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John Naples, Canon certified trainer, has completed training and trained technical staff on Canon's new Color imagerunner multi-function series machines and e-copy scanning software for Pacific Office Equipment:

Grant Twiss, Canon's systems and technical support training on e-copy and ShareScan software; Donald Dickinson, senior technician, Canon color multi-function series; Derek Goudie, technician, Canon color multi-function series. Damon Morris, technician, Canon Digital black and white multi-function series.

Pacific Office Equipment is at 314 E. Eighth St., Port Angeles. Call 417-3600.

Massage by Joy! opened for business on March 5 and is taking appointments at Kaboom Salon, 322 W. Cedar St., Sequim.

Owner Joy C. Tormala, a licensed massage practitioner, offers several modalities including hot stone, deep tissue, Swedish, Russian, sports massage and cranial sacral therapy.

She has lived in Sequim since 1971 and is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy Family of Schools.

Appointments are available 10 a.m.-6 pm. Monday-Thursday and Saturday or by arrangement. Call 683-2111 or 360-477-5670.

Craig Cooger will speak at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at McComb Gardens, 751 McComb Road, Sequim.

The title of his presentation is "Testing and Building Your Soil." The seminar is free; come early, seating is limited.

Healthy soil is basic to healthy plants, says Cooger, who will discuss what is important and unimportant, how to test your soils and how to improve them.

Cooger is an Extension and research soil scientist with Washington State University, Puyallup.

The Kid's Closet hosts a free cloth diaper workshop for parents and soon-to-be parents who are interested in learning about cloth diapering at 4 p.m. April 4 at 112 S. Lincoln St., Port Angeles.

Children are welcome to attend and can either play in the toy room or watch children's movies in the movie tent. Snacks and drinks will be available courtesy of Spicer's Deli and discounts on cloth diapers will be available the day of the workshop only.

The Kid's Closet is a locally owned and operated business, specializing in new and nearly new children's clothes, toys and more. Call 457-KIDS or visit

A contractor seminar will be held at 7 a.m. April 2 at Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co., 1601 S. C St., Port Angeles.

Builders are encouraged to attend the seminar, sponsored by Boise Cascade featuring Simpson Hardware and Huber Zip Wall & Roof Systems.

ZIP System(r) wall and roof panels include a built-in water-resistive barrier.

Reserve a place at 417-6135.

The Showcase offers closeout, discounted prices on selected doors, windows, skylights and miscellaneous cabinets while supplies last 8 a.m.-1 p.m. April 4 at 833 E. Front St., Port Angeles.

Shelley Stratton, certified personal trainer and yoga instructor, has returned to her business as an independent contractor working out of the new Anytime Fitness, 10131 Old Olympic Highway, Sequim.

A personal trainer for three years, she works with clients of all ages and health levels personalizing their programs to help them attain their specific goals, integrating healthful life styles.

Her certification through the American College of Sports Medicine and her experience as a registered nurse also has her working with clients in post-rehabilitation with shoulder, hip and knee replacements.

Consultations are free. Call her at 460-1864.

The Port Angeles branch of Peninsula Mortgage, Inc., welcomes loan officer Julie Myers.

Myers brings 29 years of mortgage origination and banking experience, most recently from WestSound Bank as their mortgage banker.

She is an active member of the Port Angeles Association of Realtors and is involved in many community and fundraising events.

Call 452-1200.

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