Wednesday, June 17, 2009

compiled list of generous businesses that have helped so far...

Thank you Nancy!

Please continue adding to this list!


  1. Nancy Lautenbach said...
    I have gone through this blog looking for businesses that helped with the search efforts. The following businesses offered food and water to searchers and from what I could follow on this blog their offer was taken up on and appreciated by the searchers.

    The Boundary Bay Brewery offered so many times on this blog and for so many things including helping with the fundraising. I think fundraising appreciation should be handled by those closer to the process, but I have taken some notes about offers, if anyone wants to see it.

    Please patronize these wonderful establishments whenever possible and thank them for their support.

    If the addresses I found here are not correct, please let me know. Nancy

    Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro
    1107 Railroad Ave
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 647-5593

    Grace Cafe The
    1065 E Sunset Dr
    Bellingham, WA 98226
    (360) 650-9298

    Pizza Pipeline The
    1118 E Maple St, Bellingham - (360) 647-3600
    3016 Bennett Dr, Bellingham - (360) 647-3600

    Pizza Time
    505 32nd St # 106
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 650-0555

    Skagit Valley Food Co-Op
    202 S 1st St
    Mt Vernon, WA 98273
    (360) 336-9777

    Sandwich Odyssey The
    2001 Cornwall Ave
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 738-6919

    Trader Joes
    2410 James St
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 734-5166

    Fairhaven Pizza Co
    1217 Harris Ave
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 756-7561

    Colophon Cafe
    1208 11th St
    Bellingham, WA 98225
    (360) 647-0092

  2. Skagit Valley Coop- food and water + they lined up all other food donations (Amy and family really did a lot for us.)

    SuperFeet- cash ($780!)

    Jinx- space/storage (love)

  3. washington wind sports- facilitates the selling of t-shirts

    Mountain Militia- made t-shirts

    The Nightlight- had a raffle for us

    Peter at the Bellingham Herald has been really supportive

  4. I think Wild Buffalo also raised some money over the past weekend.

  5. I have recreated it here, funny internet!

    Other (non fundraising) thank you's!
    Tim Mumford, and the Dead Pirates Society for the use of the Whaler.
    Nooksack tribal council and Mike and Micheele( Captain and daughter)
    Western Washington University Outdoor Center
    Bellingham Bay Yacht Club

    Hey Jeff, Fish and Whistle! g'night from the ECoast!

  6. You are the best Nancy, I really appreciate the help!

  7. Roller Betties- Tickets to show for raffle

    Casa Que Pasa- Gift Certificates for raffle

  8. Oh, yes Nancy we could totally use that list of offers... if you could email it to me that would be great...

  9. Hello, correction should be made in reference to the Nooksack tribal council. It was in fact the Nooksack Tribal Police, Mike Hammel and Daughter Michelle. At the same time, does anyone have a complete list of all the people who have helped on the search? Preferable with telephone or an address. Thanks

  10. Oh geez, I don't know if such a thing exists, but if it did, I bet that Lea or Elena would be good people to talk too...

  11. Acorn Project organized a community memorial art project at their Urban Art Festival this past weekend.

  12. Bellingham Bay Coffee Roasters
    P.O. Box 30765
    Bellingham, WA 98228

    Donated Coffee

    Someone from Port Townsend generousely donated Exxon Mobil gas cards

  13. oh yes, thanks for those... The gas cards were an anonymous donation, so if they are reading this blog and would like a formal thank you card, please send me your address!

  14. I have some of the sign-in sheets with names & phone #'s from a couple of the days when we were at the Fairhaven parking lot. I'm working at the community boating center there by the boat ramp & have them in my car if you want them.

  15. Bellingham Aero
    4121 Mitchell Way
    Bellingham, WA 98226

    Donated the use of two planes for cost

  16. a gentelman named Brian, (not sure of his last name or numbers) was able to get a friend with a chopper who helped in the air search. And there was Joel Anderson (425) 418 0472, who got his boat (exploier one) out to help for the first few days. Joel also left a very generious donation (100.00) before he left back down to Seattle. And the kindness of Matt, who came down to change the oil in the wave runners.

  17. if you could get addresses for thank you cards that would be great...