Bookstore building gets new facade

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Nola Smith examines the progress of the bricklayers Jared Middleton and Luke Gagnon, of Wayne Gagnon Masons, as they put a new facade on the building into which she is moving her two businesses, Pacific Learning Soluitons and Shoe Box. Formerly home to the Arlington Bookstore the building is now owned by Scott Wolmack, of Grandview Homes, also on N. Olympic Ave. Smith said that Pacific Learning Solutions will open in the new location Jan. 7 and Shoe Box will open Jan. 15. She is moving to 316 N. Olympic Ave. from the north end of downtown on Division Street, where she has been doing business since 1997. Smith has been attending the weekly meetings of the new Downtown Arlington Merchants Association and volunteered to chair the Holiday Open House and Hometown Holidays.

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