Lewis County Dignity Guild

Lewis County Dignity Guild is an intersectional social welfare nonprofit seeking to build placemaking efforts and effect community narrative change by providing a sense of dignity, justice, and belonging to marginalised communities and their allies in Lewis County, Washington.

Toledo Community Foundation

Non-profit supporting the children in need who are located in the Toledo, WA school district. All proceeds benefit Toledo school children with basic needs.

South Lewis County Chamber

Chamber of Commerce for Southwest Lewis County.

Our mission is to create lasting partnerships throughout the region; encourage economic vitality in our communities; foster pride in those who live here and a sense of wonder and excitement to those who come to visit.

Estetica Day Spa

We are a group of Licensed Skin Care Experts (Estheticians), Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners passionate about Skin, Beauty, Spa and Self-Care. Want to learn more? Schedule a complimentary consultation. Estetica has been in business for over 32 years and is known for the best and most effective face and body treatments in the industry. We train other injectors and estheticians in esthetics and offer the best lasers and devices to affordably achieve the results you are looking for.

A & J Bookworks, LLC

Our Mission statement:

To help small businesses grow through peace of mind and financial understanding. At A & J Bookworks, we strive to let each of our clients know that their business is our top priority.

Pollen Floral Works

Knotty Stitches

After many years in the customer service industry Jana, with the help of her husband Jeff, opened The Knotty Hooker, a small yarn store in downtown Castle Rock, WA. The store specialized in high-quality yarns and notions for the knitting and crocheting crowd.

After two successful years the opportunity to purchase The Quilt Nest, a business that had been established for 12 years, presented itself. Jana and Jeff decided it was the right fit. Combining the two stores has expanded her customer base and given her new friends, as well as the opportunity to learn new forms of fiber arts. Two years after combining the 2 stores Jana expanded the business model by adding a long-arm machine and began quilting for her customers.

After the Covid Pandemic hit, Jana thought it was the perfect time to change the name of the store from The Quilt Nest & Yarn Boutique to Knotty Stitches. She always missed having Knotty in her store name.

More changes and expansions are on the horizon. Jana is looking forward to continuing to find new ways to serve her customers and the community with more space, diverse products, and fabulous creativity!

Top Notch Flooring

We are a family-owned business, husband and wife, with over 20 years of experience in flooring repairs and installation. Licensed bonded and insured.