Business Bits: 2 New Courier Businesses

Columbia County, OR – Two businesses in Columbia County are offering delivery service.  Hawk & Wolf Columbia Couriers have a focus on food delivery from local restaurants in St. Helens.  The other business Columbia County Anytime Assistant can help with almost anything, anytime! Both businesses serve a purpose to help our local residents in a growing community. It’s a convenience for some, a necessity for others since public transportation is limited in our rural community.

One delivers locally in St. Helens mainly from restaurants.  Hawk & Wolf Columbia Couriers can bring you a variety of items from fried fish, gourmet sausages, Mexican or Thai Cuisine, and general grocery items from the gas station.  They can help fulfill your food cravings from local restaurants.   The company is run by partners, Ben Tiscareno & Kathleen Jenkins,  They are open Tuesdays. Wednesdays & Thursdays 11 AM – 8 PM, Fridays & Saturdays 11 AM- 11 PM closed Sunday -Monday.   They have partnered with Muchas Gracias Mexican Food, Skippers & Skinny’s, Vinnie’s Chicago Subs and Roy Thai to deliver locally in the St. Helens area.  You can find a map of their service area pinned to the front of their facebook page.  

Columbia County Anytime Assistants opened in the past few months to help with concierge and other customized services.  This new company is run by a husband and wife team, Arejonna & Josh Paulson.  They started this company in July 2018 Arejonna shared, “to further help our community, especially ones who are our veterans or disabled.”  They can also work with kids.  Need help with school drop off or pick up, car services pick up or drop off, pet taxi, a variety of other concierge services such as dropping off prescriptions, dry cleaning, alterations,  post office, dump runs, merchandise returns, grocery shopping, and customized errands give them a call.  They are open 7 AM- 10 PM Monday -Fridays and 9:00-10 AM on the weekend give them a call at 971-328-2246 to book a space.

Arejonna & Josh Paulson on their first errand for their new business.

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