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It’s a bit simplistic to say that my family moved here because of and for our animals. But in a way, what was good for them was also good for us.
Community Events, December 2014
Get ready for the hordes arriving en masse — again. For the umpteenth time, Sequim is on another “great place to retire” list.
Sequim natives Ross McCurdy and Nikki Nagler-McCurdy own The Oak Table Cafe in Kingston — created in the image of Nikki’s parents’ restaurant, The Oak Table Cafe in Sequim. Ross, who was once a contestant on ABC’s “Wheel of Fortune,” has etched his name into the record books several times with his feats of culinary skill. He recently earned a spot in the Guinness World Records book in the “Most pancakes made in one hour (individual)” category.
Kudos to the local citizenry who took flocked to local stores during Small Business Saturday recently. Admittedly, it’s not an entirely small business concept but started out through American Express OPEN, the company’s small business unit.
Watching America’s response to the first case of Ebola discovered inside the United States was a bit like watching the aftermath of a natural disaster that was yet to occur. Admittedly, I was watching international news from a faraway land and then only in bits in the morning and evening so I may not have gotten the full flavor.