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Designed for Living is celebrating five years in business at 11 E. Runnion Road, at the corner of Carlsborg and Runnion roads west of Sequim.

Kitchen and bath design, cabinetry, lighting and plumbing sales are offered at the location.

Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday with appointments also available. Call 582-1171.



The North Peninsula Building Association's board of directors announces FaLeana Wech has joined the organization as executive officer and government affairs director. Wech attended Whitman College where she majored in politics and entered the homebuilding industry shortly thereafter. She has been employed at Hines Construction, Inc. in Sequim for the past six years and is a licensed Realtor. She served on the NPBA board as a builder director and state director to the BIAW.

Wech can be reached at 452-8160, ext. 4.



Sherry Fry opened Common Sense Nutritional Therapy at 261043 Highway 101, Suite D & E, Sequim, in February.

Fresh baked goods are available from the Live Bread Shoppe. Special orders can be made at 683-2756.

Upcoming classes related to evaluating one's health status and options for improving health include "Nutrition Basics" at 10 a.m. March 28 at First Federal board room on the west side of Sequim.

Registration is required for the free class. A class calendar is available at www.livecookies.com and www.csntherapy.com.

Store hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. Call 683-2756.



On March 13, 10 employees from Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim traveled to Olympia to meet with Reps. Lynn Kessler and Kevin Van De Wege.

"Our sole purpose was to let them know that people were concerned about the prospective cuts to the Medicaid program and the negative impact it would have on our ability to provide quality care to our residents," said Michael Jacobs, Avamere administrator.

Making the trip were Jacobs and his wife; Mandy Cicelski, director of nursing; Heather Jeffers, social services director; Deb Roy and Susie Laffin, resident care managers; April Sewell, food services manager; Kim Ley, activities assistant; Glenn Smith, maintenance director; and Tammi Smith, housekeeping supervisor.



Waterfront Art Gallery has won the "Beautification Award" from the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce.

Now located at 120 W. First St., Port Angeles, The Waterfront Art Gallery is a co-op gallery and has been in business for 27 years.

Artists of 2-D and 3-D are invited to jury in.

Call 452-8165 or stop in for an application.



Renu and Noi Chammalung of Sabai Thai showcase the restaurant's food, beverages and an array of new menu items at a free event, March 30 from 4 p.m. at 903 W. Eighth St., Port Angeles. Music will be performed at 6 p.m. Call 775-8484.



Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company celebrates the opening of the Eighth Street bridges with a storewide sale and open house on March 27.

Vendors and factory representatives will be on hand to demonstrate new products. Door prizes will be given every half hour from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., to winners who are present.

Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company is at 1601 S "C" St., Port Angeles. Call 457-8581.



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