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Homeward Bound holds annual meeting

Homeward Bound meets 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, at John Wayne Marina, 2577 West Sequim Bay Road, Sequim.

The annual meeting is free to members. Membership is $15 at the door.

The evening includes a short program showcasing the progress and plans for coming projects, election of the organization's board and distribution of the annual report.

Hors d'oeuvres and a no host bar will be available.

Homeward Bound, a community land trust serving Jefferson and Clallam counties, began as a grass-roots effort in 2004.

Six new homes in Port Angeles and 15 in Jefferson County/Port Townsend are planned in 2010-2012.

Contact 360-565-2068, info@homewardboundclt.org, or www.homeward boundclt.org.



Market season

extended

Sequim Open Aire Market has extended its season indefinitely.

A selection of local foods, baked goods, fresh fish and art/craft vendors will be in the market square off Cedar Street from 10 a.m-1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14.

Parking is available on Cedar Street. Contact www.sequimmarket.com.



Wasabi changes hours

Wasabi Japanese Restaurant's new hours are 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 4-9 p.m. Sunday.

The restaurant, at 740 E. Washington St., Sequim, has karaoke from 9 p.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays.

Call 683-8773.



Interior Placement moves

Art of Interior Placement, a home-based interior redesign business, relocated to Sequim.

Ruthanne Hatfield, interior designer/owner, decorates with existing furnishings.

She has been in business for 12 years.

Appointments and more information is available at 360-504-2235 or www.interior placement.com.



Hair salon moves

The Grateful Head Hair Salon moved to 354-B Bell St., Sequim, behind Changes Salon.

Call 461-7038.



Nursery welcomes retail manager

McComb Gardens welcomes Angie Webster, the new retail manager. Webster will direct all daily operations of the nursery. McComb Gardens is at 751 McComb Road.

Call 681-2827.



Sea glass company sells jewelry

nationwide

West Coast Sea Glass's custom jewelry will be sold at Eddie Bauer stores across the United States.

Mary Beth Beuke owns West Coast Sea Glass, which specializes in sea glass jewelry and beach glass art supplies.

The company also has been accepted into the Northwest Art Alliance and will be featured in

Seattle's Best of the Northwest shows and Sunset magazine. Beuke's products were featured in Southern Living magazine.

Contact westcoastseaglass.com or 461-9560.



Clark attends show

Gordon Clark, certified professional horticulturist of Clark Horticultural,

Sequim, attended CanWest, a Western Canada nursery and landscape trade show.

Clark Horticultural is an organic landscape management company.

Clark attended seminars about effective leadership strategies for lead hands and supervisors and the five R's of high performance teams.

Contact 460-9178 or sempervirens@olypen.com.



Nonprofits benefit from plant sales

EdenScapes enacted its new program for nonprofits.

After customers order,

5 percent of purchase price goes to the nonprofit that the customer designates.

Olympic Theatre Arts, Sequim Senior Services, Peninsula Dream Machines - which supports the Port Angeles Food Bank, OlyCAP, the Port Angeles High School auto shop and Family Planning of Clallam County's women's program have benefited from the program.

Contact www.tropicalplantsandgifts.com.



Builder named

as speaker

The National Association of Homebuilders selected Kevin Estes of Estes Builders in Sequim to speak at the 2010 International Builders Show, an annual trade show for the residential and commercial building industry.

Estes was chosen for his industry expertise after Builder Magazine named him America's Best Builder for 2009.

He sits on the city of

Sequim design review board.

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