Auburn Reporter Business Briefs | Nov. 12

• Logo Girlz And A Whole Lot More has opened at 721 Auburn Way N., formerly the location of Weaver’s Appliances.

• Logo Girlz And A Whole Lot More has opened at 721 Auburn Way N., formerly the location of Weaver’s Appliances.

Logo Girlz And A Whole Lot More offers embroidery and silk screening services for uniforms, apparel, corporate gifts and promotional items. It also provides cut vinyl lettering for banners and signs.

The business is a “shabby chic” boutique with a baby/toddler section, home decor, jewelry and a variety of gift items.

The store owners and sisters, Carla Accettola and JoAnne Ebinger, have 10 years of embroidery experience. They also have four experienced embroiderers on site.

Store hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday,

11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information, call

253-737-5968 or visit

• Edie McCue relocated her spa, EM Aesthetics, to 820 Harvey Road in Suite A.

McCue provides a variety of facials, using all natural products as well as special treatments for skin problems. The spa offers Diamond Tip microdermabrasion and waxing services.

A licensed masseuse is available for a massage, including an extended warm stone massage.

For more information call 253-735-0995 or visit

• In an effort to promote a safe and healthy Halloween for children, Molen Orthodontics bought back more than 2,000 pounds of candy donated by an estimated 550 trick-or-treaters.

Children donated wrapped candy at one of Molen’s three area locations in exchange for money. Molen Orthodontics paid trick-or-treaters $2 per pound.

In addition, children who wore costumes received an extra dollar.

The candy will be donated to local charitable organizations, including Santa’s Soldiers where the treats will be placed into stockings and sent to men and women serving the country. A portion also will be donated to the White River Family Center to make Christmas stockings for needy families. The remainder will be divided among the Auburn, Enumclaw, Bonney Lake and Sumner food banks.

It was Molen Orthodontics’ fourth year of having the community service event.

“Halloween is a fun holiday for kids of all ages,” said Dr. Rick Molen. “But too much candy can contribute to tooth decay. And for people who wear braces, eating sticky or chewy candy can harm their braces and may lengthen their orthodontic treatment.”

• Carrie Jenott, co-owner and representative of Once Sold Tales, an online book seller, recently signed a statement of support for the National Guard and Reserve.

“It’s important for companies to support the troops, both at home and deployed,” Jenott said. “One of the greatest ways we can support them is by providing job opportunities for Veterans, National Guards and Reservists. The economy may be suffering, but without intentional employer support, our nation’s defense suffers.”

Bob Borton – a Once Sold Tales manager during the weekdays, currently is a career lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserves.

With 30 employees, Once Sold Tales joins 890 other businesses and organizations and 33 Chambers of Commerce in the state that have signed the statement of support.

With offices in Auburn and Kent, Once Sold Tales sells used and new books and media online, and aids local libraries, charities and non-profits with book drives and fundraising efforts.

• The Cedar Apartment complex has been renovated into a townhome condominium community called River Park. Located off 37th and A Streets, the project has 40 units priced under $200,000. There are two floor plans with a variety of options plus individual garages. Phase One of the four-phase project is now available for sale.

For more information call Mike Nugent, at 206-235-7000, Dale Meyers at 206-794-7255 or visit

• The Auburn International Farmers’ Market group is seeking volunteers for its committee. The proposed AIFM will offer local farm fresh food products and some crafts and family events to entertain children and adults alike.

For those interested in working on the panel, please contact Auburn City Councilman Bill Peloza at 253-261-3235 or on the Web at

In addition, potential farmers for the market are invited to meet city and Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce members at the City Hall Council Chambers from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Nov. 20.