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Redmond Physical Therapy is a Hopelink Can Madness veteran, participating every year since the tournament began in 2010. This year — for the first time — the local business is taking home the trophy. In the final round of the competition, Redmond Physical Therapy knocked out JJ Mahoney’s Irish Pub, bringing in 1,340 pounds of food and $101 in cash in the final week, ending April 4. JJ Mahoney’s won each of their first four brackets to make it to the final round, but finished second in the tournament with 716 pounds of food on April 4.
Katie Oakley estimates she’s climbed about a couple hundred trees in her life. And now, the 24-year-old has created a business that teaches others to climb.
Redmond's Kaia FIT — a women-only, 18-and-older, year-round fitness and nutrition program focused on results, commitment and camaraderie — will run its demo days starting April 14 through May 2 at 17969 N.E. 65th St. (within Emerald City Gymnastics' east facility). Class times start at 6 a.m. and noon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Each Kaia girl gets up to four classes for free. All fitness levels are welcome.
Redmond's Aboda, the nation's fifth largest provider of corporate housing services, signed an exclusive agreement with Holland Residential to lease The Rivet, consisting of 131 apartments for Aboda guests moving into temporary housing in the South Lake Union/Seattle market.
Redmond-based realtor Jenn Mueller is one of the top 50 realtors remaining in the nationally recognized REALTOR Magazine’s 30 under 30 class of 2014.