Business briefs

Building Connections

Sound Community Bank hosts the North Peninsula Building Association's March 25 Building Connections.

Members will be welcomed from 5-7 p.m. at the bank branch at 110 N. Alder St., Port Angeles.

No reservations are needed.

Hosts include Kelly Raymond, loan account executive at the Port Angeles branch, and Deon Kapetan, peninsula lending team leader in Sequim.

Staff from the Port Angeles and Sequim branches will be on hand to answer banking questions.

Contact 452-8160 or

Women's shop opens

Charming Consign-ments is open at 629 E. Front St., Port Angeles.

Donald and Karen Sargent of Port Angeles own the store, which offers women and teen's clothing and accessories. Formals for teen dances or special occasions for mothers also are available.

Consignments are accepted for spring and summer wear. Call for an appointment.

Store hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

Call 452-9863.

Container gardening

Annie Reiss, from Skagit Gardens, demonstrates how to make container gardens at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 27, at Henery's Garden Center, 1060 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim.

Reiss brings more than 15 years of experience working with container gardens.

Call 683-6969.

Landmark Property Management

After 17 years at its prior location, Landmark Property Management moved to 609 W. Washington, No. 4, in the JC Penney Plaza, two doors from Tarcisio's.

Contact 683-3338 or 866- 937-5676, mark

Kiwanis Business of the Month

Oak Table Café was named as the Kiwanis Club's Business of the Month.

An award will be presented at the club's March 25 meeting to co-owners Billy and Mary Nagler.

The Oak Table Café opened in 1981. Its hours are 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily, serving breakfast all day and lunch.

The restaurant has 33 employees and seats up to 120 people.

New owners at B&B

Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast, formerly BJ's Garden Gate, is open for business at 397 Monterra Drive, Port Angeles. Owners/managers Bonnie and Phillip Kuchler bought the business in May 2009 and changed the name earlier this year. A new Web site is at

The previous owners retired.

Call 452-2322.

Top Transit employee

Clallam Transit System operator Bob Eash was named "Employee of the Year" for 2009.

Eash was chosen from a list of employees nominated by their co-workers for outstanding performance.

Nominees also included administrative services manager Sandie Barnhart; training supervisor Rosemary Richardson; administrative and payroll assistants Alyeen Carlson and Krista Mitchell; and clerk/information operator Sonya McKibbon.

Eash also was selected as the recipient of the 2009 "Cliff Pavlak Memorial Recognition Award."

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