Thirteen local businesses are donating 20 percent of their proceeds to MIYFS on Feb. 8. Photo courtesy of the city of Mercer Island

Shop Local on Feb. 8 to support MIYFS

  • Friday, February 3, 2017 1:04pm
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As in years past, a number of local businesses are helping raise money as part of the MIYFS Foundation Annual Breakfast.

Thirteen local businesses, including the recently opened Mioposto, are donating 20 percent of their proceeds on Feb. 8 only. Make sure to mention the MIYFS Annual Breakfast when you check out.

The breakfast program runs from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Community and Event Center, but the businesses will be supporting MIYFS all day. Some even have specials or deals planned for Feb. 8; for example, Island Books will offer drinks and treats for those shopping after 5 p.m.

The participating businesses are:

All the Best Pet Care – Susan Moss, owner (3037 78th Ave. SE)

Au Courant | The Den | POSH – Barb Hovsepian, owner (7900 SE 28th St.)

Auto Spa – Suzanne Skone, owner (2730 80th Ave. SE)

c.michele interior lifestyles – Carly Burns, owner (7605 SE 27th St., Suite 102)

Clarke & Clarke, Art + Artifacts – Ginny Clarke, owner (7605 SE 27th St.)

Freshy’s Seafood Market – Bryce Caldwell, owner (2411 76th Ave. SE)

Island Books – Laurie Raisys, owner (3014 78th Ave. SE)

Island Treats – Ann Peterson, owner

Mercer Island Athletic Club – Ginny Pietila, owner (2630 77th Ave. SE)

mioposto pizzeria & bar – Jeremy and Tiah Hardy, owners (2601 76th Ave. SE)

Pete’s South Mercer Chevron – Pete Caldwell, owner (8407 SE 68th St.)

Studio 904 – Kay Hirai, owner (3041 78th Ave. SE)

Yogabliss – Maria Bliss, owner (7803 SE 27th St., Suite 174)

Donations to MIYFS Foundation directly support the eight programs and services offered by the city’s Youth and Family Services department. Register for the annual breakfast at


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