Business briefs — Jan. 24, 2018

  • Wednesday, January 24, 2018 1:30am
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Apply for WeDo Fudge donations

In keeping with the business’ mission, each year during the months of April through November WeDo Fudge donates all proceeds of peanut butter chocolate fudge sales from the drive-thru at 11 Valley Center Place to a different nonprofit organization. In 2018, in celebration of its fifth year in business, WeDo Fudge will donate 20 percent of all drive-thru sales to a different charity/cause/nonprofit each month.

Any organization wishing to be considered as a recipient of these funds must complete a short application by Feb. 15. Applicants will be determined by March 1 and will get 20 percent of all sales from the drive-thru the first week of the month following their designated time frame. To receive an application or for more information, contact Christina Norman at Christina@wedofudge.com, download application on www.wedofudge.com or call 360-232-4656.

In years past WeDo Fudge has donated to the Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild, Sequim Food Bank, KSQM Radio station, and have provided a Peninsula College Scholarship.

Miller retires

After serving the Sequim community for 15 years, Roland Miller, Managing Broker at Town & Country Real Estate, is retiring.

Prior to working in real estate, Miller was a world-renown engineer. “If I had known how much fun it was to help people with real estate, I wouldn’t have waited to hit 70 before I started,” he said.

Dan Erickson, owner of Town & Country, added, “I have loved hearing people over the years tell me how Roland came up with something outside the box that let them make their dreams into reality. He is a dedicated realtor and we are going to miss him, but we are excited he is going on to other adventures.”

When asked what is next for Miller and his wife, Miller said, “Betty has some ideas, and I am sure the next few years are going to be a lot of fun.”

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