You may contact us at North Palouse Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 345, Fairfield WA 99012-0345, or use the contact page of this website to contact us by email.
October Business of the Month
Cooperative Agricultural Producers, receives wheat, barley, pea, and lentil crops at 21 elevator locations throughout the region which extends through the counties of Stevens, Spokane, and Whitman in Washington State and the counties of Benewah, Kootenai, and Bonner in the state of Idaho. Shipping is diversified as the company has ownership in a barge loading facility on the Snake River and has rail loading facilities on both the BNSF and the UP railroad systems. Co-Ag’s main office is located in Rosalia, Washington, with branch offices in Tekoa, Oakesdale, and Fairfield, Washington.
Co-Ag processes dry peas and lentils at the Spokane location, marketing under the trade name of Northwest Pea & Bean Company. 40% of the processed peas and lentils are sold for use domestically in the United States and 60% are sold for export.
November 12, 2015 Zythum Brewery Dinner – 6:00 pm
February 11, 2016 Fairfield Community Center Lunch
March 10, 2016 Freeman School District Lunch
April 14, 2016 Liberty School District Breakfast - 7:30am
May 19, 2016 TBD
June 9, 2016 Harvest Moon (Backroom) Lunch
HELP NEEDED! We need people to sell tickets for the Chicken Chip Bingo at the Southeast Spokane County Fair. You can sell them now, on your own, or we will also need people to sell them at the pancake breakfast and during the Fair. Please contact me, Kathy Creed, 509-291-3190, if you would be willing to help with this.
Fairfield Care Assisted Living Now Open - the independent living apartments have been remodeled to accommodate either independent residents or those needing assisted living. For more information, call Lorell at 283-2232
Hello to Neighbors and Friends,
You are invited to attend an Emergency Preparedness Meeting.
Emergency Preparedness is "to protect people, property and the environment through increasing the readiness level to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from major emergencies from natural or manmade disasters, particularly those whose scale, timing, or unpredictability threatens to overwhelm routine capabilities".
The responsibility for preparedness lies in all of us.
Attend a FREE Community Meeting, at the Latah Fire Station to learn more. Guest Speaker Matt Shea will be giving a presentation and time for Q & A.
The NORTH PALOUSE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK needs to replenish their shelves. They need Breakfast Cereal and Peanut Butter.
You can drop the items off at City Hall in