Couple purchase meeting center
Nicki and Ron Coil have purchased the Pinelow Park and Conference Center, a 40-acre property at Deer Lake used by many church groups and organizations.
The Coils paid $1.5 million to Northwest District Church of the Nazarene. The land includes lake frontage, a dock, six lodges, two dining rooms, 18 cabins, an outdoor amphitheater and a conference center that seats 600.
The Coils intend to make the center a year-round conference and retreat location. They will continue to schedule weddings and special meetings or events, Nicki Coil said.
The conference center was originally developed by the Nazarene Church in the 1940s.
The couple live in Eugene. Ron Coil will be the primary property manager. They plan a series of major improvements over the next year, said Nicki Coil.
Erik Nelson and Colin Conway of Kiemle & Hagood helped broker the deal.
Trindera expands Spokane office
Trindera Engineering has expanded its downtown Spokane office, the company recently announced.
The company, which provides consulting for electrical and control systems engineering, now uses suites 100 and 200 in its building at 221 W. Main Ave.
With head offices in Coeur d’Alene, Trindera has completed its 10th year in business.
The company employs 45 people, including 10 licensed engineers. Its portfolio includes municipal, industrial and commercial projects.
Well-ness Bar opens in CdA
North Idaho couple Monica and Tait Engebretsen have opened juice shop The Well-ness Bar, at 312 Fourth St. in downtown Coeur d’Alene.
The shop makes all juices onsite from locally sourced produce. It offers kosher espresso as well.
The Engebretsens are also providing space in their shop for wellness classes. Hours are 6 a.m to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
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