Business briefs — March 13, 2019

  • Wednesday, March 13, 2019 1:30am
  • Business

del Valle joins Town & Country

Colleen del Valle has joined the real estate brokerage of Town & Country in Sequim.

“We are very excited to have Colleen join our company,” Designated Broker Eric Hegge said.

For more information and real estate and local area information, go to colleen.sequimrealestate.com or call del Valle at 360-640-5548.

Town & Country is a real estate brokerage specializing in video production and promotion at 305 S. Sequim Ave. See www.sequimrealestate.com.

Co-op to host ‘Chickens 101’

It is chick season at The Co-op Farm and Garden in Sequim, which hosts a “Chickens 101 Seminar” at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 16, at 216 E. Washington St. The free seminar is for those who have thought about raising chickens but don’t know where to start.

Representatives from Purina Feed and Veterinary Services Inc. will discuss the basics of raising backyard chickens. There will be a question-and-answer session following the class, along with refreshments and prize drawings. Chicks will be available for purchase.

Call 360-683-4111 or email to info@theco-opfarmandgarden.com.

Holladay joins chamber staff

Ginny Holladay was recently hired as administrative coordinator with the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center staff.

Her background is in arts leadership with an emphasis in team development, financial planning and strategic growth, and previously worked for New Stage Theater, Seattle University and the Pacific Northwest Ballet, chamber representatives said

Holladay takes on the responsibility of coordinating of volunteer staff, and managing the chamber website, newsletters, and social media and marketing efforts.

For more about the chamber, see www.sequimchamber.com or call 360-683-6197.

Wind Rose sets wine release

Wind Rose Cellars invites the community to the release of its 2018 Muscato, a wine made from Orange Muscat grapes, from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 30, at 143 W. Washington St. Staff will offer complimentary tastings of the wine, and will also have special appetizers to pair with the Muscato as well.

For more information, call the tasting room at 360-681-0690.

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