Friday, November 19, 2010
The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce congratulates Trinity at City Beach restaurant located at 56 Bridge St. in Sandpoint as Business of the Month for their generosity in the community. Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Pend Oreille, next to Sandpoint's famous City Beach, Trinity at City Beach is Sandpoint's premier waterfront dining experience.
After vacationing with family members in Sandpoint for several years, Justin moved his family from Denver, CO in 2007 and shortly thereafter reopened Trinity at the new 56 Bridge St. location. Now in their 2nd year of operation, owner Justin Dick and wife Shaunavee stay busy serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. When not busy in the restaurant, Justin also manages to find time to give back to the community through various donations and fundraising activities.
Trinity at City Beach has generously donated food and their time to such events as CHaFE 150, Harvest Ball, Holly Eve and Panhandle Alliance for Education. They have contributed in fund raising events for Team Laughing Dog’s Race Across America battling autism, Yappy Hour for the Panhandle Animal Shelter, and Bonner County Community Food Bank.
“As a small business owner in Sandpoint, I feel obligated to help identify the needs of this growing, ever-changing community as well as create relationships with like-minded individuals. My employees share this same view and are eager to donate their time volunteering and organizing various community activities,” states Justin.
Trinity at City Beach is also the only restaurant in North Idaho to participate in the UNICEF Tap Project. The project born in New York City is based on a simple concept: restaurants would ask their patrons to donate $1 or more for the tap water they usually enjoy for free, and all funds raised would support UNICEF’s efforts to bring clean and accessible water to millions of children around the world.
The restaurant is also hosting Thanksgiving Dinner from 11:00am to 9:00PM. $2 from every entrée sold will be donated to the Bonner County Community Food Bank. Stop in to indulge in great food and participate in a great cause.
The restaurant offers a full service catering experience, including hosting your event on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, with the majestic Cabinet Mountains providing a breath taking vista above the lake. Trinity At City Beach can cater almost any event, including weddings, birthdays, business luncheons, holiday parties and more. With the ability to customize menus to taste and preferences, Justin and his staff will provide any event with a premium catering experience.
The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce is pleased to honor Trinity at City Beach as the recipient of the Business of the Month and wishes them continued success. For more information please call (208) 255-7558 or visit their website at www.trinityatcitybeach.com.
Friday, November 12, 2010
The Daybreak Center moved their facility to 820 Main St. in Sandpoint and celebrated with a ribbon cutting sponsored by the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce.
Offering respite care for current caregivers, the Daybreak Center offers a safe, home-like, and nurturing environment for seniors suffering from the onset of dementia. Knowing their loved one is in good hands, the center provides caregivers with free time to run errands or take an afternoon off.
As a non-profit organization, Daybreak Center prides itself in providing family support through dementia therapy. Through community support and generous donations, the Daybreak Center is able to offer affordable and realistic rates. They supply caregivers with support, much needed breaks and additional community resources to assist in the care of loved ones.
Open from the hours of 7:30am to 3:30pm, the center has a variety of programs that include exercise and therapeutic activities. These activities are designed to stimulate memory, health and provide socialization time for seniors.
Please join the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Daybreak Center to their new location. For additional information call Daybreak Center at (208) 265-8127 or the Senior Center at (208) 263-6860.