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Fox becomes First Federal officer
First Federal has named Morgan Fox as its as Community Reinvestment Act officer, responsible for promoting and overseeing community development investments and lending, outreach programs and development services for the bank.
Fox joined First Federal November 2011.

John L. Scott top producers recognized

Top producers from John L. Scott Real Estate attended an economic briefing and celebratory gathering recently at the Newcastle Golf Club.
President Award recipients Bill Humphrey, Barb Butcher, Don Edgmon and Jeanett Heaward represented the Sequim and Port Angeles John L. Scott offices.
These top producers and other John L. Scott Award winners will be hosted at a later gathering by their principal broker/owner, Linda Lape French.

Employers invited to hiring event
Tables and half-tables are available for employers at the Clallam County Hiring Event and Transition Fair, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, at the Vern Burton Memorial Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.
A free workshop, “The Benefits of Hiring from the Hidden Workforce,” is from 8-9:30 a.m.
To RSVP or for details, call Kim Smith at WorkSource, 457-2134, or e-mail

Lucas earns tenure at Peninsula College
Dr. Janet Lucas, an associate professor of English and rhetoric at Peninsula College, was granted tenure at the Peninsula College Board of Trustees’ March meeting.
Lucas has worked at Peninsula College since 2003.

Sleep medicine center grows staff
Jefferson Healthcare Sleep Medicine Center, Port Townsend, has extended its staff. Brooks McMillian, MSN, ARNP, will see new patients for sleep services.
David Turner, formerly a sleep technician, is now a registered polysomnographic technologist in the center.
For more information, visit

Holtrop talks conservation at Nash’s Farm Store
Clallam Conservation District Manager Joe Holtrop offers an overview of the CCD and its current natural resource conservation programs at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, at Nash’s Farm Store, 4681 Sequim-Dungeness Way in Dungeness.

College wins national marketing award
Peninsula College has been recognized with a Silver Paragon award by the National Council of Marketing and Public Relations for a folder design used for college marketing purposes.
Peninsula College was the only community college in Washington to receive an award. The folder was the result of a collaborative effort among Peninsula College graphic designer and art instructor Marina Shipova; Mary Hunchberger, executive director for college advancement; and Trisha Parker, college advancement specialist.

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