Business Briefs — July 5, 2017

Group expands staff

Peak Performance Therapy, 519 Eureka Way, Ste. 2, Sequim, announces it has expanded its staff. Joining the business are Trina Shockey, physical therapist/orthopedic certified specialist; and Hayley Williams, licensed occupational therapy assistant. For more information, call 683-8331 or visit www.pptcus.com.

State tax webinar for businesses planned

Business owners in Washington have many responsibilities, including knowing which taxes they must report. To help reach more businesses statewide, the Washington State Department of Revenue will host a free live webinar for new and small business owners from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, July 13. In offering the webinars, Revenue aims to make it easier for small businesses to participate. To register, email to NBOWeb inar@dor.wa.gov with the following: your name, company name, phone number and email address. The deadline to register is Wednesday, July 12. Contact Revenue’s Rick Stedman with any questions about the workshop at 360-705-6624 or rickst@dor.wa.gov.

Coon completes PC degree

Bill’s Plumbing &Sanikan owners would like to congratulate Nancy Coon on completing her degree at Peninsula College. She has been with the business part-time since October 2015 and now she joins the staff full time. Coon will be busy helping customers in the store, coordinating Sanikan deliveries and scheduling plumbing service calls. Contact her at 683-7996.

Estes donates to nonprofits

For the 15th year in a row, Estes Builders’ charitable donation committee members met to discuss this year’s local charitable organizations that they feel have had a positive impact on the citizens of Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap counties. The awardees include the Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic, Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County, Clallam Mosaic and the Dungeness River Audubon Center.

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