Auburn Reporter Business Briefs | Aug. 16

• Robin Hood Pizza now is open at 3108 A St. SE, Suite D, under the operation of Biclass Singh and Surinder Kaur.

• Robin Hood Pizza now is open at 3108 A St. SE, Suite D, under the operation of Biclass Singh and Surinder Kaur.

The family-run pizzeria also specializes in takeout, precooked chicken wings and Italian cheese breads.

Store hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday-Thursday, and 10-10:30 Friday and Saturday.

The phone number is (253) 288-8000.

• Tom Schneider has started up his Mad Dog Boot Camp Fitness. This 12-week real Army boot camp-style workout will be accepting sign-ups on Aug. 23, 24, 30 and 31 from 2 to 4 p.m. The camp starts on Monday, Sept. 1 at Chinook Elementary Playfield. The new camp focuses on cardiovascular exercise and muscle building training.

For more information call 253-736-5740.

• Richard Lackey of Mercer Island, has been elected to the board of directors of Lakewood’s Northwest Commercial Bank. CEO & President Kurt Graff announced the election. Lackey previously served on the board of Cascade Community Bank.

Graff said Lackey’s addition to the board comes at an opportune time since Northwest Commercial Bank will open a new branch in Auburn in September. This will be the bank’s first full-service branch since opening six years ago. A loan production office on Puyallup’s South Hill has been open for a couple years.

Lackey, 57, is a partner in the certified public accounting firm Shannon & Associates of Kent. The 30-employee firm was honored in 2007 by the Washington State Society of CPAs as CPA firm of the year. The new board member was graduated from Michigan State University. He is a licensed CPA and is also a certified financial planner.

Lackey has been an active member of the Kent community for 25 years. He served on the City of Kent budget committee and the Kent Public Market Development Authority board. Lackey is a member of the Rotary Club of Kent and has served on the club’s board of directors. Additionally, he was a founding board member of the Kent Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Active with youth projects, Lackey served on the board of Kent Youth and Family Services and the Normandy Park Swim Club.

Lackey is married and he and his wife, Raquel, have two grown children and one grandchild. They make their home on Mercer Island.

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