“I’ve been an active member of the SCCA because I like to be involved and know what’s going on with neighborhood businesses.”
SCCA Member: Rick Siewert, Siewert Cabinets

Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Business Buzz

Filmzilla closed this summer, and is in the process of reverting back to the ownership of Chris Johansen, former operator of Crown Video, who sold the building on a contract for deed to Filmzilla in 2010. SCCA has gotten the news that the building has an accepted purchase agreement from business man Louie Kader, whose first venture in Seward you may have noticed over at the Franklin Freeze. (Find out about his partnership … More

Welcome Cheeriup!

Thicket

Kelly English, owner of CHEERIUP!, a company that makes hand-woven playhouses for kids (or adults!), can’t wait for her move to Seward, which will become official October 1. She’ll be sharing a building with Beez Kneez, where she’ll have a showroom and shop space. Cheeriup has been getting some wonderful exposure in the press, and her business has grown since English sold her first Thicket in October of last year. She’ll be … More

Learning Opportunities this Fall – Free Financial Planning and Overcoming Cultural Barriers

Learning Opportunities this Fall – Free Financial Planning and Overcoming Cultural Barriers

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAArticle by Jared Hanks

Financial wellness and cultural differences – two things that are often recognized and valued in our society, but also two things we rarely discuss with our local communities. Seward, known for being a diverse and progressive neighborhood, has a wide range of diversity in regards to its cultures, sub-communities, businesses, and socioeconomic divisions.

From Seward Community Co-op customers, … More