From left: Ken Cardella, Patty Mendenwald and Nadean Portner of Koenig Subaru celebrate the business’ third Make a Dog’s Day with Luann Hinkle, executive director at Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Submitted photo

From left: Ken Cardella, Patty Mendenwald and Nadean Portner of Koenig Subaru celebrate the business’ third Make a Dog’s Day with Luann Hinkle, executive director at Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Submitted photo

Business briefs — Nov. 10, 2021

  • Wednesday, November 10, 2021 1:30am
  • Business

Fiorini joins RE/MAX Prime staff

RE/MAX Prime welcomes Jerrin Fiorini as a new real estate agent to their office, 901 W. Washington St.

He can be contacted at 360-683-1500 and 360-461-2507.

Koenig celebrates Make a Dog’s Day

On Oct. 22, Koenig Subaru celebrated the third-annual national Make a Dog’s Day, when Subaru encourages all dog lovers to do something extra special for their dogs. This October, Koenig Subaru looked to help shelter dogs — particularly those with special needs like the older, deaf, blind, and “different” dogs that we lovingly call the “Underdogs” — get adopted by donating $100 to the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society for every shelter pet adopted in October.

Cole’s sets out-of-business sale

Cole’s Jewelers, 117 E. Washington St., is going out of business after 55 years in the community, and has set a sale for Nov. 11-14. All inventory, fixtures, furniture and showcases are being sold. The sale starts at noon on Thursday, Nov. 11.

Call 360-683-3383 or see facebook.com/colesjewelry for more information.

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