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Learn leadership from a winner this Friday morning



Winning Eastern Washington University coach Beau Baldwin will be the featured speaker at the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber's Business Connections Breakfast this Friday morning from 6:30 to 8:30 am at the Mirabeau Park Hotel. This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear from a champion leader right here in the Northwest. Coach Baldwin will be sharing his thoughts on leadership and developing a winning team. In addition, Bobby Brett, Managing Partner of Brett Sports will be featured during the CEO Spotlight.

Before their 2010 season began, many people didn't have Eastern Washington University ranked as a top 25 team. But Baldwin took a recurring playoff team to the national championship game. The Eagles finished the 2010 season 13-2 overall and won the NCAA Division I Championship with a 20-19 come-from-behind victory over Delaware.

Baldwin's .750 winning percentage in Big Sky Conference games (30-10) is the best-ever by an Eastern head coach. He was named the 2012 Big Sky Conference co-Coach of the Year, and five of his seven seasons as head coach have ended with playoff berths.

Come and hear this champion leader this Friday at Mirabeau Park Hotel, 1100 N Sullivan, Spokane Valley. Coffee and conversation begin at 6:30am and the program starts at 7am. The cost is $25 for members and guests and $45 for non-members. Go to spokanevalleychamber.org to register for this event or call 509-924-4994.

Java on Sherman is moving




Java on Sherman in Coeur d'Alene will move east four blocks this spring from 324 to 819 Sherman Ave., site of the former Jonesy's restaurant. Java on Sherman, which opened in 1994 and celebrates 20 years in business this May has been called North Idaho's first coffee house. An exact opening date hasn't yet been determined.
The new location has 4,182 square feet, which is more than double the current Java's 1,700 square feet, and it has a commercial kitchen. The site also offers 60 parking spaces. Owners, David and Lindsay Patterson, say the new coffee house will increase the staff from 16 full- and part-time, to 25 or more employees.

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