Business briefs

Ribbon cutting planned

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting for North Star Concierge, LLC, from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 18, at the Visitor Information Center, 1192 E. Washington St. The public is welcome to attend and meet the owners, Catherine Van Os and Vicki Anderson, to learn about their business. Bring a business card and enter to win the raffle. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 797-1217 or see www.northstarcllc.com.

Nail services at Tender Touches

Amber Dewey now provides manicures, spa pedicures, and gel and shellac nail enhancements at Tender Touches Spa, 545 Eureka Way, Sequim. These services are offered in a relaxed, private treatment room by appointment: Call 681-4363.

Dewey is a licensed nail tech with over 20 years experience.

 

Around Again moves

Around Again is moving to 22 Gilbert Road, Sequim, formerly the location of Olympic RV.

The store closes on June 25 at 765 W. Washington St., Sequim, and reopens in the new location on July 5.

Help with carrying boxes to the new location is requested at 9 a.m. Sunday, June 26. Bring gloves. Lunch will be provided and volunteers get a 10-percent discount on sales that day.

RSVP by Monday, June 20.

Visit www.around againstore.org or call 683-7862.

Thrivent makes the list

For the 17th consecutive year, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has been named to Fortune magazine’s Fortune 500 list based on annual revenues. The organization is the 318th largest company in the U. S., based on its 2010 revenue of $7.470 billion, and is the nation’s sixth-largest mutual life/health insurance organization.

Thrivent Financial is represented on the Olympic Peninsula by Stephen Moser, with offices at 261032 Highway 101 in

Sequim. Call 681-8882.

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