Business news — June 12, 2019

Applebee’s joins fight against cancer

Representatives from Applebee’s locations throughout Washington state, including several from the Sequim restaurant, recently presented a check for $41,113 to the American Cancer Society. The funds were raised as part of a month-long fundraiser benefiting American Cancer Society held at Applebee’s locations throughout Washington and Idaho, owned and operated by Apple American Group. Applebee’s locations collected donations throughout the month of March to the American Cancer Society.

Open house at Posture First

Posture First Exercise Therapy, a new business, hosts an open house from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at 235 E. Washington St.

Meet owner Grace Lambert, explore the facility’s equipment, browse through books, get more information about ending chronic pain and sign up for a free assessment.

Posture First Exercise Therapy offers customized routines to improve posture and balance, increase strength and flexibility, and alleviate pain. The business offers private sessions.

See www.posture-first.com, email to grace@posture -first.com or call 360-797-5537 for more information.

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