Business

Asterix, left, store owner Craig Dotson and Audrey Hepburn will enthusiastically welcome customers to Bonita’s Pet Supplies in Rock Plaza. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

PT pet store expands to Sequim

10159 Old Olympic Highway (Rock Plaza), Sequim 477-4388 http://bonitaspetsupplies.com Hours: 9:30 a.m.-6…

 

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Business Briefs: Jan. 18, 2017

Co-op stockholders gather The Co-op Farm and Garden invites all stockholder members…

  • Jan 18th, 2017

 

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Business: Digital Guava = clean + functional websites

Digital Guava amy@digitalguava.com www.digitalguava.com As she looks back on her teenage years…

 

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First Federal donates $50K to OMCC expansion

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation announced that it has received a $50,000…

  • Jan 11th, 2017
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Business briefs — Jan. 11, 2017

Wind Rose slates temporary closure Wind Rose Cellars, 143 W. Washington St.,…

  • Jan 11th, 2017
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Serenity House board members and staff receive a grant from U.S. Bank Foundation to help Clallam County residents overcome homelessness. Pictured from left are (front row) Carlyne Littlejohn of US Bank and Serenity House business manager Kathy Allen and board member Sally Franz; and (back row) Serenity House operations director Kevin Harkins, board president Scott Schaefer, Executive Director Richard “Doc” Robinson, and board member Mike McEvoy, and US Bank manager Lisa Meyer and sales & service manager Andrea Thompson. Submitted photo

Milestones: USBank supports Serenity House

Continuing a 16-year tradition of support, Lisa Meyer, assistant vice president and…

  • Jan 11th, 2017
Serenity House board members and staff receive a grant from U.S. Bank Foundation to help Clallam County residents overcome homelessness. Pictured from left are (front row) Carlyne Littlejohn of US Bank and Serenity House business manager Kathy Allen and board member Sally Franz; and (back row) Serenity House operations director Kevin Harkins, board president Scott Schaefer, Executive Director Richard “Doc” Robinson, and board member Mike McEvoy, and US Bank manager Lisa Meyer and sales & service manager Andrea Thompson. Submitted photo
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The Cedars at Dungeness marks 10th year under tribe ownership

The Cedars at Dungeness 18-hole, par 72 golf course Location: 1965 Woodcock…

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New board members, from left, are Melissa Williams, Linda Offutt and Christina Norman. Submitted photo

2017 Tourism Board vacancies filled

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau, the tourism marketing agency for unincorporated Clallam…

New board members, from left, are Melissa Williams, Linda Offutt and Christina Norman. Submitted photo
Massage therapist Cheryl Powell strikes a pose with her portable massage chair. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Business: Massage therapist goes mobile

Your Massage Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday Phone: 360-670-7461 On the web:…

Massage therapist Cheryl Powell strikes a pose with her portable massage chair. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Business Briefs — Sequim Gazette, Jan. 4, 2017

Co-op sets annual meeting The Co-op Farm and Garden invites all stockholder…

  • Jan 4th, 2017
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Altruistic computer club makes wishes come true; members say objective is making technology a reality for everyone

Sequim PC Users Group PO Box 1994, Sequim 360-797-5771 (messages) Web: https://spcug.net/…

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Business Brief: White honored by realtors

White honored by realtors The Sequim Association of Realtors presented its 2016…

Jonathan White, president of BNI Rainshadow Referrals, invites business owners and other professionals to apply for membership by calling him at 461-5312. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Helping businesses grow, thrive; new Sequim referral club networks among members to boost local economy

BNI Rainshadow Referrals Sequim chapter President Jonathan White Phone: 461-5312 Meets: 11:45…

Jonathan White, president of BNI Rainshadow Referrals, invites business owners and other professionals to apply for membership by calling him at 461-5312. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

State unemployment rate drops in November

Washington added 3,600 new jobs in November, which helped lower the unemployment…

Jamie Wendorf brings nearly 25 years of experience as a skin care specialist to Sequim in her new business Sea Siren Skin Care. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Business: A treat and a treatment; skin care specialist offers rejuvenating facials at new shop

With a peaches and cream complexion of her own, aesthetician Jamie Wendorf…

Jamie Wendorf brings nearly 25 years of experience as a skin care specialist to Sequim in her new business Sea Siren Skin Care. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate
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United Way reaches half-way point in fundraising campaign

The United Way of Clallam County announces it is more than half…

Port Angeles Boys and Girls Club members accept a check for $4,149.86 from the Jig and Lure Fish Company staff, accompanied by United Way and Boys & Girls Club staff. From back left are executive chef Brian Lippert, server Shawna Cochrum, guest services manager Christina Fenner, United Way resource development manager Christy Smith, Boys & Girls Club Port Angeles unit director Ashley Woolsey, and co-owner Stephen Fofanoff. Submitted photo

Boys & Girls Club Receives record donation from local restaurant

CUTABLE The Boys & Girls Clubs of Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles Unit,…

  • Dec 7th, 2016
Port Angeles Boys and Girls Club members accept a check for $4,149.86 from the Jig and Lure Fish Company staff, accompanied by United Way and Boys & Girls Club staff. From back left are executive chef Brian Lippert, server Shawna Cochrum, guest services manager Christina Fenner, United Way resource development manager Christy Smith, Boys & Girls Club Port Angeles unit director Ashley Woolsey, and co-owner Stephen Fofanoff. Submitted photo
Melinda Olson recently opened an all-natural pet food store, Goin’ to the Dogs … Cats, Too, near Sunny Farms in Sequim. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

‘It’s all about the pets’Owner promotes all-naturalpet foods, supplementsfor longevity, vitality

Goin’ to the Dogs … Cats, Too 251423 Highway 101, Sequim 681-5055…

Melinda Olson recently opened an all-natural pet food store, Goin’ to the Dogs … Cats, Too, near Sunny Farms in Sequim. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Business Briefs: Yoga teacher completes training, Sequim company receives patent, PA firm to make pickleball paddles, more

Yoga teacher completes training Shelley Stratton RN, E-RYT and member of Yoga…

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New shop promotes organic goods

The Dungeness River Lamb Farm 272 W. Bell st. 681-5108 Hours: 10…

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Sports fitness facility expands to include high-quality equipment

Two Sequim couples want to offer high-end baseball and softball equipment for…

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Washington state unemployment rate drops to 5.4 percent

Washington’s economy added another 10,600 new jobs in October and the state’s…

Business Briefs Nov. 30, 2016

Frame shop re-imagined Karon’s Frame Center, 625 E. Front St., Port Angeles,…

  • Nov 30th, 2016

Business Briefs — Sequim Gazette, Nov. 23, 2016

New hours for local businesses Peninsula Awards and Just Fix It, at…

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Business: Sequim sets its shopping schedule

Fiber art abounds Meet the Makers at North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival…

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Jaymee and Don Peck are retiring and closing their business Creative Framing Prints Etc. on Nov. 30. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

Business: Creative Framing owners to retire

Creative Framing Prints Etc. 645 W. Washington St., Sequim 683-2667 Hours until…

Jaymee and Don Peck are retiring and closing their business Creative Framing Prints Etc. on Nov. 30. Sequim Gazette photo by Patricia Morrison Coate

State unemployment rate drops again in September

Preliminary estimates from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics show Washington’s seasonally…

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Sequim doctor chosen for heart attack prevention program

Dr. George Mathew of Pacific Family &Internal Medicine, 522 N. Fifth Ave.,…

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Business briefs: First Federal makes grants; networking group forms; Hatch promoted, more

Networking group forms BNI Rainshadow Referrals Chapter is set to officially launch…

  • Nov 9th, 2016
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Business Briefs: Fuller joins Peninsula Awards, Estes Builders appoints Fetch as Custom Home Advisor

Fuller joins Peninsula Awards Peninsula Awards, at 422 E. Washington St., welcomes…

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Business:‘Protection you can’t seebut security you can trust’

SecureVP Location: 336 W. Washington St., Sequim Phone: 582-7761 Email: Solutions@SecureVP.com Hours:…

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Port of Port Angeles picks Binswanger for Director of Business Development

The Port of Port Angeles hired Daniel Binswanger of Sequim in mid-September…

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State’s unemployment rate stuck at 5.8 percent

Preliminary estimates from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics show Washington continues to gain jobs on a year-over-year basis and the unemployment rate remains steady at 5.8 percent for the seventh month in a row.

  • Aug 10th, 2016
Victoria Julian-Gray poses with slippers and headbands made of appliquéd felt and handcrafted shawls in her new shop in downtown Sequim.

A fine fettle of felt

Bag Ladies opens with handcrafted fiber products

Victoria Julian-Gray poses with slippers and headbands made of appliquéd felt and handcrafted shawls in her new shop in downtown Sequim.
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Business News – Aug. 10, 2016

Great Strait Sale date set; Memory care facility opens; WeDoFudge recognized; PA store celebrating 110th; New heating, cooling business opens; Dahlia garden now open

  • Aug 10th, 2016
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Shaelee Evans brings Goodness Tea to the Sequim Farmers Market each Saturday.

Bringing Goodness Tea to market

What’s new at the market is Goodness Tea. Shaelee Evans started making pregnancy tonic teas that tasted like dirt back in the early 2000s.

Shaelee Evans brings Goodness Tea to the Sequim Farmers Market each Saturday.
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Quality Inn, Suites gets makeover

Sequim’s own Quality Inn & Suites staff and friends celebrate a whole new inn on July 20 with a Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and an after-hours event.

  • Aug 10th, 2016
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Lincoln buys Sequim’s Allform Welding Inc.

Lincoln Industrial Corporation Inc. of Port Angeles has acquired Allform Welding Inc. of Sequim.

  • Aug 3rd, 2016