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Angel earns certification

Katherine Angel, Olympic Medical Home Health clinical performance improvement analyst, successfully completed the exam for the certificate for Outcome Assessment Information Set Specialist-Clinical.

Angel, an employee with Olympic Medical Center for 13 years, moved to Home Health three years ago to become a clinical performance improvement analyst.



New director

New executive director Sheila Linde, pictured, was welcomed at a Discovery Memory Care open house on Feb. 18.

Discovery Memory Care Community, 408 W. Washington St., Sequim, is for residents with Alzheimer 's disease and all other forms of dementia or memory loss. Call 683-7047.



Memories sought

Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company and Hartnagel Building Supply present a timeline chronicling their history and changes throughout the past several decades at the KONP Home Show on Feb. 27-28.

The public is invited to add memories and historical information about Angeles Millwork, Hartnagel Building Supply, The Showcase or The Quarry or someone on their staff to the timeline at the show.

Call 457-8581.



Nursery buyer

Jane Stewart and Neil Burkhardt of McComb Gardens attended the February annual business meeting of the Northwest Nursery Buyers Association at Jansen Beach, Ore.

As a member of the board of directors and its secretary, Stewart participated in a one-day strategic planning session for the association.

McComb Gardens is at 751 McComb Road, Sequim. Call 681-2827.



Learn more about pet foods

Jenny Martin will demonstrate kibble, canned, treats, frozen, dehydrated and raw formulas for dogs and cats, and new products from noon-4 p.m. Monday, March 1, at Best Friend Nutrition, 680 W. Washington St., Suite B102, Sequim. Martin is regional representative for the Nature's Variety pet food manufacturer. Contact www.naturesvariety.com.

Jennifer Stevenson will demonstrate Innova, EVO and California Natural brand kibbles, canned and treats for dogs and cats and new introductions from noon-4 p.m. Monday, March 8, at the store.

Stevenson is Northwest area manager for Natura Pet Products pet food manufacturer. Contact www.naturapet.com.

Free samples will be available at both demonstrations. Call 681-8458.



Rowland certified

Olympic Medical Center employee Sally Rowland became a certified provider credentialing specialist after she recently passed a certification exam through the National Association of Medical Staff Services.

A native of Port Angeles, Rowland has more than 20 years of experience as an office manager in nonprofit sectors and has worked for the center for nine years.

She joined the medical staff services department in 2005.



Cornerstone opens

Cornerstone Prosthetics and Orthotics has opened at 566 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim.

Doug Young is the practitioner and has more than 25 years of prosthetic and orthotic experience.

Hours are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Call 360-797-1001.



Association extends deadline

Washington Festivals & Events Association extended its early-bird deadline to March 1 for the 2010 Northwest Festivals and Events conference.

"Trails to Success" is the theme of the conference, scheduled for March 7-9 in Seaside, Ore. Attendees do not have to be members of either the Washington or Oregon associations. Eric L. Martin, executive vice president/chief operating officer of Music for All, Bands of America, and Orchestra America, is the keynote speaker. Contact www.wfea.org, 452-7019, or info@wfea.org.



Local meals offered

Season's Cafe offers free samples of local meals at the Olympic Medical Center's Farmers Market from 2:30-5 p.m. Tuesday, March 3.

The weekly farmers market is in the Espresso Lobby at the east end of the OMC building, 939 E. Caroline St., Port Angeles.

Nash's Organic Produce offers local fruits, grains, greens, roots and flours. A 10-percent discount is available on all market purchases through March, which is Nutrition Month at the center. Call 681-7458.

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