Baby Goat Day at 723 Building Business!
What a fun surprise today for our first-of-the-month general networking meeting! Kristine Smith of WordWhisperer.Net brought her 6-day-0ld baby Pygmy and Nigerian goats for the members to have their pictures taken with (and cuddle, of course! Who can resist?). Above is a picture of Jay Brower, Director of Community Connections for Bethel Public Schools. This definitely shows that no member of the community is too small or too insignificant for Jay to connect with!
This post will highlight one picture each of the business members who had their pictures taken with the baby goats, but more were taken so be sure to check out the picture gallery to see more!
Kristine M. Smith of WordWhisperer.Net with a newborn. Kris writes copy for websites, brochures, and other marketing materials. She has written and published seven books and is often asked to speak at community groups. She volunteers at charity events in the community and also quietly helps people in need.
Bill and Michele Suepke, www.thesuepkes.com, are Independent Associates for LegalShield. They specialize in helping small businesses and families legally protect themselves. They are very active in the community.
Judson Forks of Simple Upgrade Computers is an expert at virus removal and can also build custom computers for any use. He also donates computers to worthy causes and volunteers his time in the community.
Art Davila of Imprints by Arturo specializes in printing small numbers of marketing materials for small businesses. He is very active in the community.
Carolyn Bennett Benum of Carolyn’s Consulting helps people with permits. She is also very active in the community, along with her husband, Bob Benum.
Tillie Vuksich of The Dispatch is one of our newest members of 723 Building Business. We’re so glad she joined us!
Lisa Twining Taylor of Dancing Goat Web Design builds custom WordPress websites for small businesses and non-profit organizations. She volunteers her time and is active in the community.
Carol Wright of Graham-Kapowsin Community Council helps school children in an after-school science program and is active in the community.