Starting a business is hard. Starting a business during a pandemic is even harder. But when Derek Peris, a veteran, found himself laid off due to the Coronavirus, that’s exactly what he and his wife Debbie did. On this episode of Neighbor to Neighbor we speak with Derek Peris, the owner and lead roaster at Barnyard Coffee Roasters located in Blaine, Washington. To learn more about Barnyard Coffee Roasters visit barnyardcoffee.com.
WECU Honors Veterans with Donation and Interview with Veteran Business Owner
BELLINGHAM (November 11, 2020) –WECU is honoring local veterans by making a $3,000 donation to Growing Veterans and by telling the story of local veteran and...Read On
WECU Supports Dear Friend Pen Pal Project
BELLINGHAM (October 20, 2020) – WECU is partnering with Aging Well Whatcom to help address senior isolation during COVID-19. WECU employees and community...Read On
Communities in Schools
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