“We joined SCCA to learn from and work with other successful businesses in the Seward neighborhood.”
SCCA Member: Jim Welna, Welna II Hardware

Monthly Archives: December, 2014

SCCA Board Elections: Meet the Candidates

Joe Buck – Owner of Buck Brothers Construction

Joe has served as President of the SCCA board of directors since 2012 and is seeking another term on the board.  Joe has been a business owner and resident of the Seward neighborhood since the 1980’s, when he also served on the board of Seward Redesign. Joe brings experience in financial, board and project management to his work as board President and wants to help the … More

The Bead Collective

Bead Collective - Lily2

Growing up in and around her parents bead store in Lake Tahoe, California, Lily Palmieri got an early education in stringing beads, making beaded jewelry, and the business of beads. Continuing the family tradition, Lily opened her first venture, the Bead Collective, last month in the storefront next to Articulture at 2615 East Franklin Avenue.

Being a Seward Co-op shopper for several years, Lily was drawn to locate her store in Seward because it’s More

SCCA Business Community Forum is Live!

The Seward Civic and Commerce Association has launched a new online tool for our business community.  The SCCA Business Community Forum provides a place for businesses to get together and have conversations.  Just click on the ‘forums’ link on the upper right corner of the SCCA website, and you can access the public section of the forums. The public forum topics currently include Employment, SCCA Events and SCCA FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

We … More

December Business Buzz

Welna free birdseed

Birdseed & Ice Melt at Welna II Hardware

Welna II Hardware celebrated the Seward Winter Frolic this year with free bags of birdseed, homemade Baby Ruth bars and Julia’s ‘world famous lefse for customers who were lucky (or smart) enough to stop by during this annual event held on December 6 & 7. More fun photos on Welna’s Facebook page.

And while we haven’t had much snow yet this year, we know it’s … More