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Business briefs, Nov. 23, 2011

Lavender growers attend conference
Three members of the Sequim Lavender Growers Association joined fellow growers from the U. S., Great Britain and Canada at the recent Northwest Regional Lavender Conference in Everett on Nov. 11-13.
The conference covered recent trends in the lavender industry, the lavender market, agri-tourism and festival productions.
Attendees Mary Jendrucko, co-owner of the Sequim Lavender Company and Lavender Festival director, Donna Green of Greenhill Farm, and Maureen Hanson of Lil’s Lavender Inc. noted that almost every introductory remark at the event mentioned Sequim and the Sequim Lavender Festival®. For more information, visit www.sequimlavendergrowers.com.

Ruby’s Nails now open
Ruby’s Nails, 251 S. Fifth Ave., Sequim, is open for basic manicures and pedicures from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays.
Appointments also are available. Call 477-8981.

Bower Joins Blue Sky Real Estate

Kim Bower, a Realtor since 2005, has joined Blue Sky Real Estate as a broker.  
She represents both homebuyers and sellers and has been working in the area of property management.  
Contact Bower at 683-3900 or by e-mail, bowerkk@olypen.com.

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