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Grocery Outlet opens Aug. 13
A grand opening celebration  is set for 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at Grocery Outlet, 1045 W. Washington St.
The first 500 customers receive a Frugal Friendly bag. Free coffee/treats are from 8-11 a.m., free face painting/caricatures from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m., and free ice cream floats, twisty balloons and contests from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Ten winners of a $50 Grocery Outlet gift card will be announced at noon on Sunday, Aug. 14.



Hult joins Pacific Primary Care
James Hult, M.D. recently joined Pacific Primary Care at 800 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim.
Hult relocated from San Francisco, Calif., where he worked in general, internal and sports medicine. He graduated from medical school at Harvard University and completed his residency at Brigham Hospital in Boston, Mass. Call 582-2690.



Sequim Health, Rehab releases survey results
Sequim Health and Rehabilitation, 650 W. Hemlock St., has released results of a satisfaction survey of residents and their family members. Done in conjunction with My Inner-
View, an independent research firm, the survey indicates that 88 percent of respondents were satisfied overall with the services offered at the center and 90 percent of respondents would recommend the center to others.
For more information, call 582-2400, ext. 1403, or e-mail



Designer patents wave form hull for vessels
The U.S. Patent Office has issued a patent to yacht designer Guy M. Hupy, of Port Townsend, for a compound displacement wave form hull for electric-powered, cruiser-type vessels.
Innovation Law Group, Ltd., 237 N. Sequim Ave.,

Sequim, assisted in the preparation, filing and prosecution of the US patent application. Reach ILG at 681-7305 or


Kitten Sittin’ offers anniversary discount
Kitten Sittin’, a Sequim cat-sitting service owned by Joy Maxion, celebrates its fifth anniversary with a 10 percent discount for new clients who book in August. Bonded and insured, Kitten Sittin’ visits cats in the owners’ home, allowing cats to stay safely in a familiar environment. Call Kitten Sittin’ at 683-0124 or e-mail



Sequim businessman to aid in Philippines
Scott Robinson, owner of European Autowerks in
Sequim and a volunteer response team member with the ShelterBox international disaster relief charity, departed July 29 for the Philippines after a tropical storm struck the nation July 27. More than 150,000 families have been affected by tropical storm Juaning, which made landfall in the province of Aurora. This is the seventh effort with ShelterBox for Robinson.



Papa Murphy’s pizza joins in food drive
Papa Murphy’s locations in the area are joining Northwest Harvest to host a food drive through August. Bring a nonperishable food to a local Papa Murphy’s and receive $1 off the total pizza purchase that day, in addition to any other special discounts.
For more information, visit
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