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Windermere trio are specialists

Linda Ulin, Claire Koenigsaecker and Sheryl Payseno of Windermere Real Estate Sequim East, 842 E. Washington St., Sequim, earned the senior real estate specialist designation after successfully completing a required education course.

They learned how to lead senior clients through real estate transactions and draw on the expertise of a network of senior specialists. They can be reached at 683-4844.

Stampin Up demonstration

Kate Creasey hosts an open house to celebrate the release of the 2010-2011 Stampin Up Idea Book and Catalog 2-7 p.m. Monday, July 5. Hourly door prizes, free make-n-takes and refreshments are planned.

Call 461-5480 or e-mail

Vision Landscape Nursery goes culinary

Certified professional horticulturist Claire Bernards teaches how to create a culinary herb container garden at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 19, at Vision Landscape Nursery, 131 Kitchen-Dick Road, Sequim.

Instruction, all materials and recipe hints are included in the $39 price.

Call 683-2855.

Anytime Fitness hirs trainer, hosts bootcamp

Personal trainer Nikki Julmist conducts an eight-week outdoor fitness bootcamp starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 6.

Anytime Fitness sponsors the camp, which continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

The cost is $99 for the entire program.

Anytime Fitness recently hired Julmist, a personal trainer, to their staff in Sequim.

Julmist comes to Anytime Fitness with three years experience as an AFAA certified trainer, and a background in collegiate athletics, having played basketball and track at the Master's College in Southern California, and Northwest College in Kirkland.

She specializes in weight loss, functional core training, small group training, sports conditioning, and nutrition.

Call 683-4110, or e-mail

Cameron's Cafe & Custom Catering

Cameron's Cafe & Custom Catering celebrated its third anniversary inside the Sequim Senior Activity Center, 921 E. Hammond St.

Call 681-5060 or

Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce

Harbor Works Development Authority discusses Rayonier site development at noon Monday, June 21, at Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce's meeting at the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St., Port Angeles.

Morningside president/chief executive officer Jim Larson speaks about its role in helping place individuals with disabilities in the workplace on Monday, June 28.

Call 452-2363.

Dragonfly Healing Arts

Port Angeles massage therapist/energy medicine practitioner Kelmie Blake relocated her practice, Dragonfly Healing Arts, to 420 E. First St., Port Angeles, in the Carpenters Hall Building.

Blake offers energy

medicine workshops and classes at the new location, in addition to private energy medicine and therapeutic massage appointments.

E-mail or call 360-809-0401.

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