General Manager, Kenna Eaton
Kenna Eaton has worked at the Port Townsend Food Co-op since 2011. She previously worked at the Moscow Food Co-op in Idaho for close to 30 years. Kenna is responsible for daily operations of the store and reports to our Board of Directors. When not working at the Co-op, Kenna enjoys hiking, biking, and generally exploring the wonders of her new home state.
At the December 2012 board meeting, a five-year strategic plan was unanimously adopted to set the direction for the Food Co-op’s future.
“A strategic plan is …continue reading
Some of our member/owners have inquired about the United Natural Foods, Inc. (UNFI) drivers’ strike at the Auburn distribution center.
The Food Co-op regrets the labor strike between the UNFI drivers and its management. This strike is confined to the Auburn …continue reading
We are in the home stretch of our strategic planning process. The plan is really coming together and it is exciting to see all the work put in by everyone.
As our General Manager, Kenna, has said, the plan builds upon …continue reading
By Kenna S Eaton, GM
The Board has had a busy few months with the strategic planning process. This spring we completed an online scientifically random member survey, an in person member …continue reading
STRATEGIC PLANNING: AN UPDATE by Kenna Eaton, General Manager
Thanks to all of our owners who joined us for our Member Forum on Sunday April 15th. We had some wonderful one-on-one, in-depth conversations …continue reading
04.07.12 From the General Manager
Our Board of Directors met on Tuesday, April 3 for their regularly scheduled board meeting. We were short a couple of regular board members however; Henry Werch, a candidate in our current board elections, joined us …continue reading
What an amazing and wonderful first year I’ve had here in Port Townsend. Everyone has been very welcoming and patient with me as I learn my way around this town and our Co-op. I was recently asked what the hardest …continue reading
Letter from Kenna (originally printed in the January/February 2011 issue of The Co-op Commons)
Dear Co-op Community,
I am really excited to come to work for the Food Co-op in Port Townsend. I have visited the Port Townsend Food Co-op and the community …continue reading