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Brad Worthley will present “10 Critical Steps that Could Make or Break your Business,” at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday, May 21. The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. at Matt’s Rotisserie and Oyster Lounge, 16551 NE 74th St..

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Worthley to speak at luncheon

Brad Worthley will present “10 Critical Steps that Could Make or Break your Business,” at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday, May 21. The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. at Matt’s Rotisserie and Oyster Lounge, 16551 NE 74th St..

Worthley is an accomplished business consultant with over 30 years of business management experience.

The cost is $30 for chamber members and $40 for non-members.

Medieval Faire set for May 21

The community is invited to the annual Stella Schola Middle School Medieval Faire, Wednesday, May 21 from 3:30-5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Rose Hill Junior High School, 13505 NE 75th St.

Chess, fishing games, arts and crafts, mock battles, and medieval songs and dances will be featured. Dress in period garb is encouraged. Proceeds benefit Stella Schola Middle School, a Choice school in the Lake Washington School District For information, call (425) 558-0842.




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