Jorishie says, “They know how to handle a lot of things, wear a lot of hats, they have that creative edge, they know what’s savvy.”
Jorishie opened the store about two years ago.
The Coulee Montessori eighth-grader is hoping the knitted hats, scarves, footbags and iPod holders she’s selling through Coulee Arts Marketplace will give her a good jump start on the travel kitty.
Over the past year, the co-op has grown to include 24 members, including two husband-and-wife teams; moved to a larger, 3,100-square-foot facility in the heart of Glendale; and Boccaccio and Crain changed the name to its Italian translation.
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