Business briefs — Oct. 30, 2019

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019 1:30am
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Sunshine Café sets 1-month closure

Sunshine Café, 145 W. Washington St., will close for one month starting next week.

Starting Monday, Nov. 4, the restaurant will close for a refurbishing. New owners Lucas Shifflett and Tristen Beck will be painting, changing flooring and making additional changes to the interior space.

Shifflett and Beck purchased the restaurant from Allen and Diane Drake in early summer.

Shifflett is also the owner of Titan Construction.

Makeover for laundry/dry cleaning business

Pegasus Cleaners — formerly Sequim Dry Cleaning and Laundry, has a new name, a new location at 205 S. Sunnyside Ave. and a new phone number (360-809-3634). Check out the business’ website at pegasuscleaners.com.

Open house, proclamation signing at Assured Hospice

Assured Hospice of Clallam and Jefferson Counties hosts an open house from 10 a.m.-noon on Friday, Nov. 1, at its facility, 1102 E. First St., Port Angeles.

In recognition of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Clallam County commissioner Randy Johnson will be on hand to sign a proclamation.

The community is invited to this free event; refreshments will be served.

For more information, call 360-582-3796, email to charla.wright@lhcgroup.com or see www.assuredhospiceolympicpeninsula.com.

Lyft comes to the peninsula

Lyft, a ridesharing company based in San Francisco, Calif., launched service in Sequim and Port Angeles on Monday, Oct. 14.

“We are thrilled to now offer Lyft in Port Angeles, so residents and tourists alike can get where they need to go more easily,” said Todd Kelsay, Lyft’s Pacific Northwest General Manager.

“We are also excited to offer this opportunity for Port Angeles-area drivers to earn on the Lyft platform and provide rides for passengers throughout the peninsula and greater Washington.”

Lyft is giving all new Port Angeles passengers $5 off their first ride through the code “HELLOPORTANGELES.” For more about Lyft, see www.lyft.com.

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