Business briefs — Oct. 23, 2019

  • Wednesday, October 23, 2019 1:30am
  • Business

Hill sets up new hair salon

Deb Hill, formerly from JCPenney, has a new location for her hair salon, Total e’Klips, at the Northwest Elements Salon, 435 W. Washington St.

Hill, who has an extensive background in the hair industry, relocated to Sequim about two-and-a-half years ago.

“I’ve owned several salons in Idaho and have taught as an Instructor on several platforms,” Hill said. “I’m very passionate about my profession and giving back to my community in various capacities. Customer service is something I pride myself on. I welcome your patronage.”

Call 208-490-1288 for more information.

Hatch joins Kitsap Bank staff

Kitsap Bank announced last week that Julie Hatch has joined its team as Vice President/Business Development Officer.

Hatch is based out of Kitsap Bank’s Sequim branch, where she will primarily serve business clients in Clallam and Jefferson counties.

She comes to the bank with more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry.

Hatch is active in the community and currently serves on the Olympic Medical Center Foundation Board, Peninsula College Advisory Board and the Olympic Workforce Development Council.

Hours change at Tedesco’s

Tedesco’s Italian Fresh, at 210 W. Washington St., has changed hours. The restaurant is closed for lunches and now open seven days a week from 4-8 p.m. Call 360-504-3821 or see tedescosfresh.com for more information.

SSNW provides security for former U.S. National Security Advisor

Joe D’Amico and additional personnel from Security Services Northwest, Inc., in Sequim recently provided personal security for Susan Rice, who worked for the Obama Administration as a U.S. National Security Advisor and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

Confronting and addressing polarization was the central theme of Rice’s public speaking appearance in Seattle on Oct. 14, at a Town Hall Seattle event attended by about 500 people and moderated by The Nature Conservancy CEO Sally Jewell.

Rice is on a tour promoting her book, “Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For.”

D’Amico, who said he politically leans right, has provided personal security for high profile people who lean toward the Democratic Party.

“It’s never about politics, it’s always about safety and following the law,” D’Amico said. “If my biggest critics called up and said they were in trouble and needed security, I’d do it.”

For more about Security Services Northwest, Inc., see www.ssnwhq.com.

October treat at Sequim Applebees

On Thursday, Oct. 31, families who dine in at participating Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill + Bar locations — including Sequim’s restaurant at 130 River Road — can take part in a Kids Eat Free special. Children 12 years and younger can choose from a variety of a entrées from Applebee’s Kids’ Menu, accompanied by their choice of a side dish and kids’ beverage.

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