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Certification course

Clallam County Health & Human Services, Public Health Section, offers a two-hour course on blood-borne pathogens that meets annual certification standards for employees requiring this training.

It is held on second Wednesdays in March, June, September and December in the Public Health Room at 111 E. Third St., Suite 1A, Port Angeles, and costs $20.

The course covers hazards of and protection from exposure to blood and other body fluids, major conditions that employees might be exposed to on the job and what to do if exposed.

Call 417-2274 or visit

PublicHealth for more information.

CNA job fair

Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim hosts a CNA job fair from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, at 1000 S. Fifth Ave., Sequim. There will be gift bags and refreshments. The first 10 completed applications receive a $10 gas card.

Call 582-3900 or visit

Sprint Cup car comes to Sequim

The Home Depot hosts the company's signature Sprint Cup car, the No. 20 car driven by Joey Logano, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, at the Sequim store at 1145 W. Washington St.

At the same time, youths can build their own model cars in a free clinic at the store.

For more information, call 582-1620.

Lahmeyer joins Hair Masters

Gabriela Lahmeyer has joined Hair Masters, 1400 W. Washington St.

Lahmeyer works 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday; and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.

She graduated from Angeles Academy of Hair and Nails, formerly Chetta's Hair School.

Easy Talk Counseling

Easy Talk Counseling, a mental health counseling business, is open at 3430 Highway 101, Port Angeles.

Kathy Frantz has 25 years in the mental health field.

Specialties include mood disorders, relationship issues, older adult issues and medical conditions combined with mental health problems.

Low-cost counseling is available to individuals and couples.

Home visits are offered and insurance is accepted.

Evening and weekend appointments are available.

Call 461-5754, e-mail or visit

First Fed offers school supplies

First Federal and America's Promise Alliance want to ensure that children have the supplies they need as they head back to school.

Red wagons are in each of First Federal's eight branches. Community members are encouraged to help fill the wagons with school supplies including paper, pencils, glue sticks, scissors, notebooks and more.

Everything donated will be given to local charities for distribution to children in need.

School supplies collected at the Port Angeles branches will be delivered to the community Back to School event for distribution 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 28 at Jefferson Elementary School.

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