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Dr. Linda Melos, N.D., will have a free 20- to 30-minute presentation at her home office on the science behind the Quantum- Pulse and how it works to help the body resolve chronic health conditions. Experience a free QuantumPulse session at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13. Call to reserve a spot. For more information, visit www.TheQuantumPulse.com and www.LindaMelosND.com.



Cheryl Williams has been appointed supervisor of office services at Peninsula Community Mental Health. Williams will supervise front office recep-tion, medical records and administrative support staff at the center's Port Angeles and Sequim offices, while continuing as executive assistant to the CEO and board of directors. She began her career at the center in 1998. From 1983 until its closure in 1997, she was maintenance clerk and later promoted to engineering secretary at Rayonier Mill in Port Angeles.



Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development (Northwest SEED) and partners will present the workshop "Converting Wood to Energy: Bio-energy in Clallam County" on Sept. 17 at the Clallam County Courthouse. All community members interested in exploring opportunities for biomass project development on the Olympic Peninsula are welcome to attend. This is the first workshop of a two-part series. It will take place from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in Room EOC of the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. At the end of the workshop, interested stakeholders will be identified for a second workshop that will provide further assistance for project development and implementation. Space is limited, so register as soon as possible by e-mailing jessica@nwseed.org.



Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) has received a grant of $200,000 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support the purchase of its administrative offices. OlyCAP had moved to its offices in the Port Townsend Business Park in 2005 to improve accessibility and increase capacity to provide services. The new facilities have had a major impact on service levels. The number of families served grew by more than 50 percent following the move to the new facility. OlyCAP is planning an open house in the fall to give the public an opportunity to see the buildings and learn about the organization.

The purchase will help OlyCAP achieve about $100,000 a year reduction in expenses and strengthen its ability to provide a wide range of services to communities throughout Jefferson and Clallam counties.



Jace Schmitz, owner of JACE The Real Estate Company in Sequim and Port Angeles, presents "The Real Deal," on the current real estate market at 3 p.m. Sept. 4 and Sept. 11. The Real Deal focuses on today's market locally, in the Northwest and an overview of the ever-changing real estate, investing and lending markets. From current market statistics, to facts about foreclosures and the current frenzy for open space properties, The Real Deal provides a factual briefing on the Clallam County real estate market. The program is free. To reserve seating, call 565-2021, 452-1210 or

e-mail jace@jacerealestate.com. Seating is limited.



LandAmerica Financial Group, Inc., has announced the merger of its Transnation Title Insurance Company subsidiary into its Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation subsidiary on Sept. 1. The merger will enhance the delivery of title, closing and escrow services to its network of agents engaged in residential and commercial real estate transactions through more standardized business practices and operations. Locally owned and operated since 1982, Olympic Peninsula Title is one of the largest providers of title insurance and escrow services in Clallam County with offices in Port Angeles and

Sequim and will continue to provide its customers with the same level of products and services as agents for Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation.



Port Angeles' only locally owned and operated paralegal service is expanding to 3430 East Highway 101. Located in Suite 26, Pritchard Paralegal Services, LLC, an independent paralegal service, opened its doors to the public on Sept. 2. Walk-ins are welcome on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.-2p.m.. To schedule an appointment, call 425-493-3185 or 417-3702. PPS formed in January 2007 and provides help with nonadversarial civil legal processes. Cindy Pritchard, owner and paralegal, has been involved in the paralegal field for more than 10 years and earned her bachelor of science degree in paralegal studies from Kaplan University in June 2006. She is a voting member of the Washington State Paralegal Association.

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