Business briefs

• Megan Huffington was named manager for Wells Fargo’s Lake Tapps banking store. Huffington leads an eight-member team at the Lake Tapps banking store inside Top Food & Drugs, 1406 Lake Tapps Parkway E. She recently worked as the manager of Wells Fargo’s Enumclaw banking store, and previously worked as a service manager and a teller for Wells Fargo.

  • Tuesday, September 16, 2008 3:12pm
  • Business

• Megan Huffington was named manager for Wells Fargo’s Lake Tapps banking store. Huffington leads an eight-member team at the Lake Tapps banking store inside Top Food & Drugs, 1406 Lake Tapps Parkway E. She recently worked as the manager of Wells Fargo’s Enumclaw banking store, and previously worked as a service manager and a teller for Wells Fargo.

• The SuperMall is holding its inaugural Superbee Spelling Bee on Saturday. Registration is from 11:30 a.m. to noon, following by the competition from noon to 2 p.m.

Local sixth-graders are encouraged to enter. Spots are limited. Participants can sign up at SuperMall Guest Services, located in front of the Nordstrom Rack.

The Superbee is being run in conjunction with the Earning For Learning program.

The grand prize winner will receive 1,000 Earning for Learning bonus points for the school of their choice and a brand new laptop computer courtesy of Computer Stop.

All contestants also will walk away with prize packs courtesy of Wet Ones hand wipes.

• Oh Ryan! Café is joining the restaurant industry to end childhood hunger. The Auburn eatery, located at 815 Auburn Way S., is participating in Share Our Strength’s “Great American Dine Out™ presented by American Express on Sept. 21-28.

Oh Ryan! Café has pledged to donate a percentage of their total sales to the cause.

Learn more, visit www.greatamericandineout.org or www.ohryancafe.com.

• Cascade Eye & Skin Center now is offering comprehensive services for adults and children in one location at 921 Harvey Road, Suite B, Auburn. A major remodeling effort has enabled the practice to offer medical skin care and expanded medical and surgical eye care.

To learn more about the center, call 253-939-7911 or visit www.cascadeeyeskin.com.

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