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ALL SAFE expands

Tom Schaafsma and Vern Frykholm, owners of ALL SAFE mini storage at 101 Grant Road, Sequim, have opened another mini storage facility at 485 W. Spruce St., Sequim.

The facility has three one-story buildings containing 110 storage units.

The company also owns storage facilities at 501 S. Second Ave. and 793 S. Third Ave., both in Sequim.

The Grant Road office is open 8:30 a.m.-5:3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. Call 683-6646.



Cutting Garden play dates

Chef Dave Long of Oven Spoonful uses flowers in

cooking from noon-3 p.m. Wednesday, June 30, at Cutting Garden, 303 Dahlia Llama Lane, Sequim.

Long's BBQ party buffet also features local ingredients. It's from noon-3 p.m. Wednesday, July 7.

Florist Catherine Mix makes a party centerpiece each week, which a guest will take home.

Harbinger Winery wines are available at the no host wine bar. Call 360-670-8671.



Dog park workshop

Certified professional dog trainer Judith Bell presents the first of a three-part "Dog Park Workshop" at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 24, at Best Friend Nutrition, 680 W. Washington St., Suite B102, Sequim. The first program is for humans only.

The following two programs, for humans and dogs, are 10 a.m. Friday, July 30, at BeauJes Dog Training's Hundsbury Farm and 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at the Sequim Dog Park.

Preregistration is required. Call 681-8458.



Incredible Edible Festival

Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce's Incredible Edible Festival seeks bids for the production of aprons and bags, due Friday, July 2.

Bids must include pricing, discounts and delivery expectations.

Call 683-6197 or e-mail vickie@sequimchamber.com.

A $35 fee is charged per session or $90 for the package of three classes.



Seafood shop open for season

Dungeness Seafood's retail store at 3532 Chicken Coop Road, 10.5 miles east of Sequim, is open. The shop offers fresh seafood caught locally from the Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound and Hood Canal. Items include whole Dungeness crab, oysters, clams, salmon and smoked salmon. For directions or questions, call MaryRose Larson at 360-461-0203.



Olympic Cellars recognized

Olympic Cellars was named for the second year in a row to Puget Sound Business Journal's list of top corporate philanthropists, 23rd out of 25 businesses on the small companies list.

A 70-percent increase over the charitable contributions in 2008 included $12,579 in cash giving and $7,158 in in-kind giving.

Increased giving was credited to the launch of a nonprofit partnership for the winery's annual concert series.

Partners for 2010 include The Boys & Girls Club; The Gynocare Fund, administered by Family Planning of Clallam County; Jet Set Soroptimists-Girls' Scholarship Fund; and the Northwest Land Trust.

Visit www.olympiccellars.com or www.workinggrilwines.com or call 452-0160.



Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce

Morningside president/chief executive officer Jim Larson speaks about its role in helping place individuals with disabilities in the workplace at noon Monday, June 28, at Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce's meeting at the Red Lion Hotel, 221 N. Lincoln St., Port Angeles. Lunch is $13.

A four-part series regarding growth/no growth begins July 5 and concludes July 26.

Speakers are Jim Hallett, Russ Veenema and Elizabeth Scott, July 5; Kate Teefy, Linty Hopie and Brian Kuh, July 12; Bill Hermann, Jack Harmon, Dan Abbott and George Schonefeldt, July 19; and Dan Gase and Bill Feeley, July 26. Call 452-2363.



Priddy Fabulous Salon

Stylist Jennessa Lyon has joined Priddy Fabulous Salon, 370 River Road, Sequim. Discounts on haircuts and coloring are available in July.

Katie Priddy is owner/manager of the salon. Call 683-2055.



Arthritis therapy

Strait Occupational & Hand Therapy, 708 S. Race St., Port Angeles, has added Pilates as one of its therapies for clients with arthritis. Call 417-0703 for more information.









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