Business briefs — Feb. 19, 2020

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Business briefs — Feb. 19, 2020

New digs for H&R Block

The Sequim H&R Block has moved to a new location: 1097 W. Washington St., just north of The Home Depot and adjacent to Starbucks. The business has tax professionals with specialized training to help customers with handle their tax preparation needs.

Call 360-683-2553 for more information.

Heaton named Kitsap Bank manager

Kitsap Bank has announced that Carrie Heaton has been hired as the new manager of its Sequim branch.

Heaton has more than 10 years of banking experience.

She also serves on the board of directors for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula and volunteers with the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association.

Caregiver cooperative opens in Port Angeles

The recently opened Ridgeline Homecare Cooperative is the fourth caregiver-owned, homecare cooperative in the state and 13th in the nation, Ridgeline officials said last week.

The business serves Port Angeles, Sequim and other clients in Clallam County.

“We are proud to be serving clients of every nature, elderly, disabled, those recovering from surgery, whose strongest desire is to stay and heal in their own homes,” the organization said in a press release. “We offer relief, respite, and comfort for family members needing assistance, companionship, and daily living assistance.

For more about Ridgeline Homecare Cooperative, call 360-504-3837 or email to jane@ridgeline.coop.

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