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Around the Corner

Select Threads custom socks teams

with etailz to expand Amazon sales

Spokane-based Select Threads has teamed teaming with e-commerce and marketing company etailz to provide a variety of its custom-designed socks through Amazon.

The first two three-packs of socks were released last month sale through Amazon Prime. Select Threads, an online customized sock company specializing in small bulk orders for companies, teams and fundraising efforts, plans to expand its Amazon product line to offer a range of socks from basics to more elaborately-designed socks, according to a news release.

Providence Health Care grants $33,000 to YWCA Spokane

The YWCA of Spokane will continue to offer its Intimate Partner Violence Hospital Response Program after receiving a $33,000 grant from Providence Health Care, according to a news release.

The program is a partnership between YWCA Spokane and Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital and Providence Holy Family Hospital, connecting victims of intimate-partner violence with trained health care providers and law enforcement.

The YWCA delivers confidential advocacy to provide victims with the resources needed to avoid returning to their abusers.

Pullman dental clinic

to celebrate opening

Spokane-based Unify Family Dental is expanding to Pullman.

The practice will have a grand-opening event 2-6 p.m. Tuesday at its new clinic. There will be free food, pediatric dental screenings and tours of the new facility at 1095 S.E. Bishop Blvd..

Unify Family Dental serves patients in Whitman County with Medicaid or other dental coverage and offers discounts for qualifying patients without insurance.

Center for Music Therapy

to have open house

The Center for Music Therapy is hosting an open house on 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 16.

The business serves special needs children and adults to enhance their quality of life through music and creative arts therapy. The Center for Music Therapy is at 1315 N. Napa St.

Around the Corner is a periodic roundup of business-related happenings in the Inland Northwest. To submit items for consideration, email Business Editor Paul W. Smith at

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