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Heartbeat of Kitsap DESTINATION GUIDE

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YOU BELONG HERE WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BELONG? It means being a part of something that’s really you, but more than just you. Like a family. A tradition. A team. A community. Or a dream. At Kitsap Credit Union, we believe in the power of belonging. For more than 85 years, we’ve been a part of life in the Pacific Northwest – the place where we began, the place we never left. Though now, of course, we’re anywhere

you need us. Through hard times and good times, we’ve been right here where we belong. Building communities with members, like you, every day. Whether your dream floats, or rolls, or flies. Whether it’s a business opening or a home closing. Wherever you are on your journey. Wherever your journey began. You belong here.

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Welcome to our wonderful Silverdale & Kitsap Peninsula. Silverdale is centrally located on the Kitsap Peninsula, just west of Seattle in the middle of the Puget Sound, between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges, and is frequently referred to as “The Heartbeat of Kitsap”. Silverdale is the major commercial hub of Kitsap County, with a mall and hospital conveniently located in the middle of town. While you’re here, please enjoy one of our many activities available. Imagine, kayaking along the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails, followed by a wonderful meal and beverage at one of our local restaurants or breweries. After that, pamper yourself with a massage at one of our local spas. Then, stay the night at one of the local hotels, conveniently located within walking distance of the Old Town Silverdale. The next day, find yourself playing at the local nerf gun war zone, catching air at the indoor trampoline park, or enjoying a trail to name just a few things available locally. Rain or shine we have something for you to do. Our town has a rich history and a bright future. Come visit us and find out for yourself. Jason Wright Chairman of the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce

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Kathleen Gordon ..................................................CEO., Sales Christine Whitacre .....................................Production, Sales, Business Development Rita Nicholson ........................................Production Director Connie Frank ....................................... Office Administrator Stephanie Westbrook .......................... Tourism Coordinator Blue Sky Printing/John Rodriguez ........... Design & Layout


Cover Photo By: ........................................................ Phil Best Photography By: ......................... Jolly Sienda Photography Robbi Perez Port of Silverdale Phil Best Central Kitsap Reporter Kitsap Public Works

Contact the Silverdale Chamber at 360-692-6800

Inside Silverdale Chamber board of directors ............................. 6 Helpful Numbers................................................................... 7 About The Chamber.............................................................. 7 Places To Stay........................................................................ 8 While You Play..................................................................... 10 Silverdale Chamber Committees...................................... 10 Cultural Activities................................................................. 11 Festivals................................................................................. 11 Fore the Love of the Game................................................ 12 Equestrian............................................................................ 14 Kitsap Quick Facts............................................................... 15 Silverdale Whaling Days...................................................... 16 Silverdale Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Club...................... 16 Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue......................................... 18 These Pints are Just Right................................................. 20 Experience Great Food ..................................................... 22 Building a Better Hospital.................................................. 25 Central Kitsap School District........................................... 26 Kitsap Business Forum....................................................... 27 The Port of Silverdale......................................................... 29 Local Lighthouses................................................................ 30 Kitsap Parks and Trails Challenge..................................... 32 Local Fishing Holes............................................................. 34 Local Trails............................................................................ 36 Kitsap Camping Adventures.............................................. 38 Local Wineries and Vineyards........................................... 40 Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office.......................................... 42 Port Gamble S’Klallam....................................................... 44 Suquamish............................................................................ 45 Naval Base Kitsap................................................................ 46 Alphabetical Index.............................................................. 48 Members by Category....................................................... 59 www. silverdalechamber .com


Silverdale Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Chairman

Jason Wright

Edward Jones - Jason Wright (360) 286-2477

Chairman Elect


Rotary Club of Silverdale (360) 692-7040

Kitsap Bank (360) 698-9325

Rick Soper

Erin Sorensen

Immediate Past Chairman


Express Employment Professionals (360) 479-4756

Steven Boe Windemere (360) 204-4493

Kristal Thomas

Steven Boe



Kitsap Building Association (360) 479-5778

Harrison Medical Center (360) 744-5662

Russ Shiplet

Rosie Rachel Apalisok



BNI PNW (360) 649-6589

Ryan, Montgomery & Armstrong, Inc. P.S. 360-307-8860 X112

Micki Peak

Scott R. Shoemaker



Silverdale Chamber of Commerce (360) 692-6800

KMP Moneypenny Group (360) 286-6772

Kathleen Gordon

Amanda Smith



Barry Doll Agency (360) 620-8625

1ST SECURITY BANK (360) 516-5601

Barry Doll


Jennifer Strong

We salute our past chairpeople who gave their time and talents to the community as a whole and left their indelible mark upon our Chamber:

1973/74 - Dr. Glenn Gordon 1975 - Ron Ross 1976 - Ken Hermanson 1977 - Gary Bowlby 1978 - Don Langhorn 1979 - Paul Brittain 1980 - Blaine Highfield 1981 - Glenn Brooke 1982 - Bea Griffith 1983 - Paul Pazooki 1984 - Walt Alloway Heartbeat of K itsap

1985 - Paul G. Linder 1986 - Dr. Helen Butler 1987 - Craig Jones 1988 - Will Lent 1989 - Lloyd Parker 1990 - Diane Johnson 1991 - Jim Munger 1992 - Mike Haugen 1993 - Warren Olsen 1994 - Lee Good 1994/95 - Paul Robinson

1995/97 - Jeanie Schulze 1997/98 - Bert Cole 1998/99 - Dr. Tony Lane 1999/00 - Diane Russell 2000/01 - Lisa Hitchings 2001/02 - Nancy Whitaker 2002/03 - Jennifer Green 2003/04 - Teresa Sims 2004/05 - Gary Bowlby 2005/06 - Gene Straw 2006/07 - Lorraine May

2007/08 - Carrie Mulcahy 2008/09 - JeanMarie Harmon 2009/2010 - Chis Koebelin 2010/2011 - Angela Sell 2012 - Julie Stevens 2013 - Sean McDonald 2014 - Jennifer Zuver 2015 – Frank Ellerbroek 2016 – Deanna Wentz 2017 – Joel Baxter 2018 – Marcy Richards

Helpful Numbers Auto License/ Registration 360-692-2293

Cascade Natural Gas 888-522-1130

Driver’s License 360-692-2293

Naval Hospital 360-475-4000

Central Kitsap School District 360-662-1610

Post Office 360-308-0301

Chamber Of Commerce 360-692-6800

Public Library 360-692-2779


Puget Sound Energy 800-562-1482

Centurylink 877-837-5738

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Harrison Medical Center 360-377-8800

Wave Broadband 866-928-3123

Kitsap Humane Society 360-692-6977

Comcast 800-934-6489

Kitsap County Parks & Recreation 360-337-5350

Waste Management Corp 800-909-4458

Kitsap Transit 360-373-2877

Silverdale Water 360-447-3500

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About the Chamber

For over 40 years the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce has provided outstanding assistance, community development, membership services and enjoyable networking opportunities in partnership with area businesses, professionals, community groups, and the military. A Premium Opportunity: • Participation in an association that has a voice in community affairs • An active resource for networking and education • Representation on countywide boards and government study groups • Mentoring opportunities The Silverdale Chamber is: • An independent, non-profit corporation representing businesses and community-minded individuals, dedicated to building a vibrant community. • A strong pro-active voice • A business advocate welcoming new businesses to Silverdale and promoting healthy business growth • An invaluable networking resource offering profitable marketing opportunities on the Peninsula • A locally decisive group of representatives working together to thoughtfully provide leadership involving economic, civic, governmental, educational, commercial, military, industrial, and special social projects that directly enhance the value of membership. • The Chamber is comprised of a remarkable collection of people who share a commitment and passion for doing business in Silverdale and Kitsap County. Please let us know how we can help your business succeed.

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PATRON MEMBERS Shiloh Schroder

Jeff Reed, Agent

Angela Sell, AAMS Financial Advisor

Silverdale Chamber & Visitor Center 10315 Silverdale Way NW (In Kitsap Mall)• Silverdale 360-692-6800 • www. silverdalechamber .com


Places to Stay... Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel

Make your wedding dreams come true on the breathtaking beachfront of the Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach hotel. Our spacious waterfront courtyard and grand Admiral Ballroom offers the ideal setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions amid the picturesque backdrop of Puget Sound. We can provide onsite catering, coordinators, decorators and private bar service.

The Point Hotel

The Point Hotel’s design is rooted in a style known as Coast Modern, an adapted contemporary design that has been modified for the Northwest region. The hotel takes these elements to create a unique expression based on this Coast Modern tradition.

Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort

Located a short ferry ride from Seattle, the Clearwater Casino Resort offers everything you need for a nice getaway. As the only waterfront Casino Resort in the Seattle area, you’ll find a wide array of luxurious amenities. A Resort, Spa, Six Restaurants, Entertainment, Golf Course and the excitement of Casino Nightlife.

3073 NW Bucklin Hill Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 360.698.1000

7989 Salish Lane NE Kingston, WA 98346 360.340.9700

15347 Suquamish Way NE Suquamish WA 98392 360.598.8700


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... while you play.

Celebrate the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails Take a ride on the 371 mile Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails


Ride theTide

Celebrate the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails - June 6

Ride the Tide and other event information at: Find Things to Do, Places to Eat, Drink, Play & Stay

Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel 360-698-1000 | Best Western Plus Wesley Inn - Gig Harbor 888-462-0002 | Clearwater Casino Resort - Suquamish 866-609-8700 | Comfort Inn on the Bay - Port Orchard 360-895-2666 | Fairfield Suites by Marriot - Port Orchard 360-377-2111 |

Oxford Suites - Silverdale Waterfront 888-698-7848 | Poulsbo Inn & Suites - Little Norway 800-597-5151 | The Point Casino & Hotel - Kingston 360-340-9700 | Bainbridge Island Lodging Association

Airbnb - Type in the name of city or town

to find a place to stay on the Kitsap Peninsula.

Silverdale Chamber Committees GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE – Building a sense in Silverdale as a community. Creating a liaison between business, local government and our community. Being a voice in our community in deciding how to meet its needs and opportunities. KITSAP BUSINESS FORUM - The Kitsap Business Forum is a collaborative program aimed at connecting business leaders from throughout Kitsap County to a wide array of business information, resources, and relationships to enhance market knowledge, strengthen leadership, and expand business development opportunities across Kitsap. MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - The mission of the MAC is to promote a strong, healthy, and cooperative relationship between the Kitsap County area and our local military installations and support activities, and to promote the interests of active duty service members, veterans and their families. MEMBERSHIP COMMITEE - Building Community by building membership and increasing value and participation among existing members. EDUCATION COMMITTEE - The Education Committee (EdCom) shall coordinate with the leaders and staff of Central Kitsap School District (CKSD) to recognize outstanding teachers through their “Innovation in Education” program; and develop programs to raise money for the annual “Future Business Leader” scholarships to be distributed to one or more CKSD CTE track graduating high-school seniors. AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE - The Ambassador’s mission is to serve as mentors to all new Chamber members, to be greeters at Chamber events and to represent the Chamber at business and community events such as ribbon-cutting ceremonies and open houses/ After Hours, resulting in greater participation of new members and enhancing their experience within the Chamber. YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK KITSAP – Unifying Community Through Ambitious Minds & Committed Hearts


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Cultural Activities Silverdale offers a wealth of opportunities in visual and performing arts just a short trip away. CSTOCK Community Theater offers performances by local actors. There is an Art Walk on the first Thursday of each month. Vintage movies played at Roxy Theater in Bremerton, as well as ballet, opera and symphony music.

Festivals Home town feel can’t get any better than this. Whaling Days is celebrated every year the last full weekend of July. Established in 1974, 2019 will be the 45th Annual Celebration. This includes a parade, entertainment, arts and crafts, food, as well as the Great Duck Race. The Kitsap Fair and Stampede Rodeo takes place for five days in late August. 4-H animal exhibits, a carnival style midway, arts and crafts display, big name entertainment and demolition derby provides a family fun atmosphere that we miss from the good old days. The Thunder Bird Pro Rodeo comes to the Thunderbird Arena in late June. It is the largest Northwest Professional Rodeo Association event in Washington State and was voted the best Rodeo in Washington in 2007. the event raises funds for the Corey’s Day at the Farm and the Northwest Burn Foundation.

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The Great American past time is not lost in Silverdale. Kitsap Bluejackets Baseball brings the West Coast Collegiate Baseball to the Ktsap Fair and Events Center June through August. And don’t forget the holidays. Silverdale takes out all the stops and celebrates Christmas traditional style. The Christmas tree lighting takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving. For 65 years this has been the tradition, boasting our 163 foot living Christmas tree. It is surely an event you don’t want to miss. At the end of the celebration, Santa shows up for the first time of the season, on nothing but the best ride possible, A Central Kitsap Fire Truck.

Special Events • Military Appreciation Day – Spring • Business Tourism Expos – Spring & Fall • Whaling Days – Summer • Gala – Fall • Accolades – Winter • Christmas Tree Lighting – Winter • Ribbon Cuttings & Grand Openings

Whether Renting or Buying a home, we’re experts in our industry, and we’re experts in Kitsap County. We work here, live here and know the perfect property to suit your family’s needs.

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Monthly Events • General Membership Luncheon – Last Wednesday of the month: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM • Kitsap Business Forum – 2nd Tuesday Every other month: 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM • Chamber 101 – 3rd Tuesday of the month: 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM • Kitsap After Hours – 3rd Thursday of the month 5:15 PM to 7:15 PM • Welcome to Kisap – 2nd Tuesday of the month 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Whether Renting or Buying a home, we’re experts in our industry, and we’re experts in Kitsap County. We work here, live here and know the perfect property to suit your family’s needs. 9242 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383


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“Fore” the love of the game By: Kassie Olmsted Nothing beats a day on the greens! If you’re looking to get out on the golf course, Kitsap County has got you covered. With 10 courses to choose from between Kingston and Port Orchard, you’ll have plenty of practice to get that swing in prime shape. In the North End, you’ll find White Horse Golf Club in Kingston. This full-service, 18-hole golf course features an all-grass practice facility with three putting greens and a chipping area. This Par72 course was purchased by the Suquamish Indian Tribe in 2010. Since then, several improvements have been made to the course making it ideal for players of all skill levels. After a round of golf, you can head to the clubhouse and enjoy a bite to eat at the Cedar Ridge Grill which overlooks the 18th hole. Heading over to Bainbridge Island for your next tee time? Wing Point Golf and Country Club is a Par-71 course, but with four tee choices, it boasts a round of play suitable for beginners to experts. This 18-hole course dates back to 1903, but was redesigned in the 1980s. A little rusty or new to the game? Even non-members can receive instruction from the club’s PGA staff members. The remodeled clubhouse features both casual and fine dining. Bainbridge Island is also home to the 9-hole Meadowmeer Golf and Country Club. A Par-35 course, “most golfers play 18 holes as the 18-hole setup is designed to be played from different tee boxes on the back nine,” as stated on their website. After a round on the fairway, head over to the clubhouse and deck which overlooks the 9th hole. This last fall, their plans included enclosing the deck to create an even more comfortable experience on chillier days. Among their facilities, you’ll find their pro shop, practice green, practice sand trap, and chipping greens. Photo courtesy of Port Madison Enterprises


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Trophy Lake Golf and Casting features an 18-hole, Par-72 course in a scenic Northwest setting with a fishing theme. Because at Trophy Lake, you can do both! Two of its ponds are stocked with rainbow trout so after a round of golf, you can put the clubs down and pick up a fishing rod for some fly fishing. And you can receive lessons in both from the professionals on site. After working up an appetite, head to the clubhouse and grab a bite to eat at the Dry Fly Café which overlooks the 18th hole.

Located in the center of Kitsap County are three more golf courses to help you work on getting that next Birdie. Rolling Hills Golf Course in Bremerton is a Par-70 course with a rating of 68 and a slope rating of 115. This 18-hole course also has a putting green, chipping area, and practice bunker. Designed in 1972, Rolling Hills also features military, senior, and junior discounts. A great incentive to get the whole family out for a day of play. Not too far across town, Kitsap Golf and Country Club has roots dating back to 1924 when, prior to that it was a 47-acre plot of farmland and orchards. Residing next to the Chico Creek Watershed, this Par-71 course is not only rich in history, but also boasts a picturesque fairway among the trees.

Still in the South Kitsap limits is Horseshoe Lake Golf Course established in 1992. “Truly a shot makers’ course. Horseshoe Lake offers elevation changes and tough doglegs with great risk-reward,” according to its website. At this Par-71 course you can also take up a round of Disc Golf if it so meets your fancy. And last, but not least on our tour de golf is Village Greens Golf Course. Touted as a “hidden gem,” this 18hole, Par-58 executive course is located just off Mile Hill in Port Orchard. Its amenities include a pro shop, covered driving range, and practice putting and chipping greens. It was established in the 1960s as an addition to the Parkwood neighborhood. It was closed in Fall 2018, but received a new lease on life in May 2019 when a Maine-based golf course owner entered a 10-year lease agreement with Kitsap County to operate the course.

“We space our tee times 10 minutes apart which allows for a very nice pace of play on a regular basis,” according to their website. Its facilities include a large ballroom perfect for weddings, receptions or luncheons as well as a café’, lounge and cigar bar. Ranked 12th in Washington on is Gold Mountain Golf Club. These sprawling grounds, owned by the City of Bremerton, feature two 18-hole courses, the Cascade and Olympic Courses – named after the two surrounding mountain ranges. Both Par-72 courses, the Cascade Course opened in 1971 and is easily walkable with few hills. Opened in 1996, the Olympic Course is hillier than its sister course but said to be just as well-received by every skill level. Gold Mountain also features FootGolf which is a combination of soccer and golf and is open to all ages. After a round of either form of golf, head to The Restaurant at Gold Mountain featuring a spacious deck for the summer months and a cozy fireplace for colder months. Head down to Port Orchard, home to Kitsap County’s remaining four golf courses. McCormick Woods Golf Club features 18 holes among tall trees and natural lakes. Each hole features five tee placements so players of every skill level can enjoy the game. The Par-72 course was built in 1986 and they also offer private and group lessons. The Clubhouse Restaurant and Bar overlooks the ninth green with plenty of views through its floor-to-ceiling windows.

Photo courtesy of Gold Mountain Golf Course www. silverdalechamber .com


Blue Heron Equestrian Center Nestled in the woods of Poulsbo Blue Heron Equestrian Center continues to flourish under the care of owner Ruel Johnson, a proven leader in the Pacific Northwest equestrian community. After growing up on Mercer Island, Johnson chose to call Poulsbo home after riding professionally on both coasts. Her parents established Allaire Farms, a thoroughbred breeding and training facility in Poulsbo in 1975. Horses have been a family tradition for Johnson and had given her many resources in the horse community both locally and down the coast.

Born in 1980 Blue Heron Equestrian Center has molded countless lifelong equestrians. After relocating last year Blue Heron has continued to expand their lesson and training programs, ranging from young beginners to seasoned show competitors. Being adjacent to Allaire Farms provides Blue Heron clients with acres to explore on horseback and an endless supply of animals to nurture and play with. Additional networks of trails provide ample exercise and relaxation for both horse and rider. A variety of boarding options give owners the opportunity to provide the best care possible for their horse. Rain-resistant footing gives the facility the upper-hand against the rainy season and keeps the horses safe and happy. Equipped with a chiropractor, massagetherapists, and a top-notch staff Blue Heron Equestrian Center provides immaculate care.


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The lesson program flourishes through personal interaction and talented, show-quality, lesson horses. By providing a hands-on education that focuses on strong fundamentals that are nurtured in a fun and supportive environment the riders gain skills that stay with them forever. From a young age, children learn how to groom, tack and care for the horse with safety being a guiding factor. Caring for horses teaches skills that are forgotten in today’s world and provides a sanctuary from the bustle of life. Parents choosing to watch their child can enjoy the large heated viewing room, that also has wifi! Children and adults alike thrive in Blue Heron’s positive environment. With many horses available to lease, the opportunity for growth is endless! Professional careers, college scholarships and high-school varsity letters are just some of the perks that have come from involvement with Blue Heron Equestrian Center. With year-long holiday celebrations mixed into an environment of growth the fun never ends! 3680 NE Wagon Wheel Lane Poulsbo, WA 98370 360-779-2573

Kitsap is one of America’s Most Innovative Communities! Kitsap – We are inclusive, thriving and innovative. (Verizon and Wall Street 24/7 recently ranked us among America’s Most Innovative metro areas!) Kitsap offers unprecedented quality of life plus all the benefits of the Seattle region without the gridlock and high prices. More Community. Less Commute. Just west of Seattle, where the economic boom shows no sign of abating, we are a quick ferry ride to the city—but comfortably separated from the crowded highways, dense urban environment, and housing beyond the reach of most. Steeped in the legacy of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, established companies thrive side-by-side with dozens of successful startups.

• Largest public fiber-optic backbone in the United States • Opportunities in government contracting are abundant and open new doors for potential revenue streams • Kitsap is collaborative and business friendly. We WANT your business here! KEDA staff will help you navigate site location, permitting, workforce talent and support your market research needs Find your community in Kitsap! Get in touch to learn more • • 360.377.9499

Kitsap County is about Smart Growth. An integral part of one of the nation’s fastest growing regions— Seattle/Puget Sound—Kitsap continues to grow in business, population, and opportunities. Techies who ride the ferry to work every day are meeting in brew pubs to design new work models—they long to ‘get off the boat’ and stay here… work here…live here and they are finding ways to do just that. Kitsap County is growing. In advanced manufacturing. In technology. In defense. In tourism. In healthcare. In professional services. Smart growth aimed at maintaining our balanced lifestyle is guided by the strategic vision of the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance, KEDA. KEDA brings in new employers to be sure, like Port Orchard’s Kitsap Composites. But more important, KEDA helps strengthen those that are already here and supports entrepreneurs. Services such as market research, site selection analysis, help with landing government contracts, growing a well-trained workforce, and, perhaps most important, creating the connections within this regional economy that lead to expanded customer base and markets.

It’s here – It’s Kitsap • Kitsap recently ranked 2nd only to Santa Clara, CA in America’s Most Innovative Communities report • Offers state-of-the-art coworking spaces and startup support • Top ranked public schools and higher ed are preparing students for STEM jobs (WWU’s Poulsbo Cyber Range is one of only nine educational ranges in the nation and Olympic College innovative new film school is the most affordable in the US!) www. silverdalechamber .com


Since 1972, Silverdale Whaling Days has been held on the last full weekend in July. This outdoor summer celebration is an affordable, family fun event that welcomes over 30,000 people each year. Friday fireworks, Main Stage entertainment, Amusement Rides, Games, Food Vendors and the 21 Plus Club help begin the weekend. Saturday kicks off with the Whale of a Run followed by the Grand Parade. The Street Fair commences with something for everyone Main Stage Entertainment continues and the 21 Plus Club, Amusement Rides and games are all open for business. A free kid’s area is also available. Sunday is the final day beginning with a non-denominational church service followed by Canoe Races. The Rotary Duck Race is the Sunday highlight. This is a must see event

For further information see As part of the annual Whaling Days celebration, Silverdale’s Hawaiian outrigger canoe club, Hui Heihei Wa’a, hosts community outrigger races for teams of 5-person novice teams to race against other 5-person novice teams in a 500-meter outrigger canoe sprint. The prize? Bragging rights for an entire year (and some really cool swag provided by their sponsor, Columbia Bank). There are 3 divisions: Women, Men, and Co-ed. Although Hui Heihei Wa’a team members are not allowed to compete, they do provide a steersperson for each team/canoe, along with coaching, paddles, life vests, and of course, the use of outrigger canoe for the day. The best part (well, one of the best parts) is you don’t need to have any experience. Don’t know what an outrigger canoe is? Not a problem! Don’t know how to hold a paddle? Not a problem. All of the Hui Heihei Wa’a club members are more

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than happy to show you how it’s done. There are teams that return year after year to defend their titles. Comments heard from the competitors include, “I was nervous about trying this, but it turned out to be a lot of fun!” “Super fun day! Thank you.” The competition takes place on the Sunday of the Whaling Days weekend on Silverdale’s Dyes Inlet at the end of NW Byron Street. Spectators are encouraged to attend and cheer on the competitors. Hui Heihei Wa’a does this as a fund raising event that allows them to purchase new equipment (such as a new Ultralight 6-person outrigger racing canoe), provide paddles for the kid’s team, and maintain existing equipment. This year the club is sending two adult teams to the World Outrigger Sprints in Hilo, Hawaii.

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Kitsap Tennis & Athletic Center is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization supporting the development of an active, healthy , connected community through fitness, wellness and outreach programs for youth, individuals and family. Our center is an accessible and inclusive resource for all people to engage and explore opportunities for learning the values of lifelong fitness, sportsmanship and community building.

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Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue

An organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of life, property, and the environment. Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue (CKFR) is a Free Prevention Education Services premier fire and emergency medical services Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue offers numerous Contact Information (EMS) provider of Kitsap County, located prevention education services that are no cost 5300 NW Newberry Hill Road, Suite in the heart of the Kitsap Peninsula. CKFR to the public, including Adult CPR and AED 101, Silverdale, WA 98383 operates out of 10 fire stations, providing fire training, Stop the Bleed classes, and car seat and EMS response services to approximately inspections. For more information, please call Phone: (360) 447-3550 115 square miles of land – a mix of suburban, Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue’s Administrative Website: rural, and wilderness areas – and serving a Office or visit population of more than 72,000 citizens. CKFR has a workforce of 112 employees including firefighters CKFR Kids’ Day – A Free Fire & Life Safety Event for the Entire Family (paramedics and EMTs), an administrative team, and supports Every year, Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue hosts a completely an active volunteer program. CKFR averages 8,000 calls free fire and life safety event that is loaded with live fire and for services per year, with approximately 60% of those being rescue demonstrations, entertainment, over 40 booths with emergency medical responses. safety messages, food, free bike helmets, a bounce house, fire engines, an Airlift Northwest helicopter, and so much more! The Fire District proudly serves communities of varying sizes Kids’ Day is held on the first Saturday in June at the Kitsap and character, including: Silverdale, Olympic View, Seabeck, Lake County Fairgrounds. The event continues to grow every year, Symington, Lake Tahuya, Island Lake, Ridgetop, Crosby, Hintzville, with over 3,000 people attending in 2019. Holly, Brownsville, Gilberton, Meadowdale, North Perry, Illahee, Tracyton, Chico, Wildcat Lake, Kitsap Lake, and Erlands Point. Community Connect – Bridging the information gap before 9-1-1 is called The service area includes 40 miles of tidal waterfront with adjacent Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue offers a service called saltwater areas and numerous small lakes. Due in part to its unique “Community Connect” that can help fire departments protect geographical features, the Fire District provides a variety of lives and property in a more effective way. Community Connect services to citizens including fire suppression, technical rescue, is a free, secure way for residents to provide critical information hazardous materials, wildland-interface suppression, water rescue, about their households to first responders before an emergency emergency medical services and transports, public education, and happens. Residents can learn how to help with pre-planning by other non-emergent services. visiting


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These Pints are Just Right A short jaunt across nearby Manette Bridge, you’ll find Der Blokken Brewery on Perry Avenue which brewed its first beer in 2010 and hasn’t looked back since. At this neighborhood brewery you’ll find a range of craft beers, great bites, and even free pool, shuffleboard, darts and pinball. They now serve breakfast on the weekends beginning at 8 a.m.

By Kassie Olmsted The beer is flowing in Kitsap County thanks to the multitude of breweries that call the peninsula home. If a brewery pub crawl is in your future, gather your friends and get that rideshare service ready because you have quite the evening ahead of you.

Bremerton You won’t have to do much walking to get from one brewery to the next in Downtown Bremerton with three to choose from within blocks of each other. On 5th Street is LoveCraft Brewing Company which features a rotating selection of brews on tap and guest ciders. You can find just the right one to appease your taste buds in their tasting room which is dog- and kid-friendly. They also offer weekly pinball tournaments and live trivia. However, if sipping a pint and discussing books is more your forte, you’re in luck because Liberty Bay Books hosts a fantasy book club at LoveCraft every third Thursday. Head over to 4th Street and you’ll find two breweries, Dog Days Brewing and Local Boys Taproom @ Bremerton. At Dog Days Brewing, they love all things Fido! And what’s better than enjoying a locally-brewed beer with your best dog friend? “Sit, Stay, Drink” is their motto and that sounds like a pretty good idea. Just around the corner is Local Boys Taproom @ Bremerton which is one of the newest breweries to hit the Bremerton craft beer scene. This is their second location with their original in Gig Harbor. With more than 40 beers on tap, the hardest choice is which one to pick!


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If you head across town, next stop is Silver City Brewery on Katy Penman Avenue. You may be familiar with Silver City Restaurant and Ale House in Silverdale; well this is their craft brewery where they serve up all things beer. You can also take a tour and enjoy a snack (or you can bring in your own food) in their taproom. They feature 20 different tap selections at one time, but you’ll have to leave the kids with the babysitter for this night out, their taproom is 21+ only. Not too far, over on Wycoff Avenue, is Hale’s Barrelhouse where you’ll find 21 tasty tap selections, sandwiches to curb your hunger as well as ciders and wines. And last on our Bremerton brewery tour is Randall Way’s Crane’s Castle. Here, you’ll find a relaxed atmosphere in their beer hall which features a variety of craft beer and cider choices as well as light snack and food truck options. They are kid-friendly and offer a kids’ corner with toys and games. Just on the outskirts of town on West Belfair Valley Road, you’ll find Deep Draft Brewing which opened in 2018 followed by the opening of its tasting room in 2019. They feature 10 of their own beers, a guest brew, root beer on tap, and canned ciders - all hailing from Washington. Deep Draft is Veteranowned and “a destination for marvelously crafted beer and a place for old sea-going salts and the salt of the earth people of the Kitsap Peninsula to enjoy a pint (or three) with Shipmates, battle buddies, and friends.”

Port Orchard Slaughter County Brewing Company on Bay Street reigns as the only brewery in South Kitsap in over 70 years! Familyowned and operated, they are a brewery, restaurant, taproom

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and pinball go-to all rolled in one. Enjoy a pint while watching a rousing game of pinball or trivia time.

Silverdale Located in this retail-centric part of Kitsap County are two breweries: Barred Brewing Company and the aforementioned Silver City Restaurant and Ale House. At Barred Brewing Company in Old Town Silverdale, you’ll find all things beer, sports, and food. Their rotation of beer features year-round choices as well as seasonal selections. You can bring the whole family, enjoy a tasty burger and a well-rounded brew, and catch a game on any one of their many televisions. Down the street at Silver City near Kitsap Mall, is where you can find award-winning beers, a full menu ranging from quick bites to hearty comfort food dishes as well as a rotating “Fresh Sheet” menu.

Poulsbo This Norwegian-themed town might be small, but its craft brewery selection is mighty. With four breweries to choose from, you can taste your way through a variety of brews in Little Norway. On historic Front Street is Slippery Pig Brewery where they pride themselves on going beyond the norms of brewing. While also offering the traditional brews, you can find a Stinging Nettle Mild (ouch on the harvest of that one!) or a Cup Espresso Stout. Valholl Brewing on 3rd Avenue is inspired by the mighty Vikings but they also have a soft spot for your furry four-legged friend and are pet-friendly. They are self-touted as “a no sad dogs left behind brewery.” Bring your canine friend and discover a new favorite brew in their taproom. Not far down the road on Jensen Way is Western Red Brewing. This timber-themed brewery opened in 2017 and believes “there is nothing better at

the end of a hard-working day at the sawmill than a truly good beer, Western Red Brewing is motivated to create and share our quality craft brews and celebrate Northwest life with those that share our passions.” They feature a rotating tap of ales, porters and stouts and even collaborate with the owner of Slippery Pig to bring some tasty brews to Poulsbo. Head around Liberty Bay and you’ll find Rainy Daze Brewing on Bovela Lane where the terms “Dazeology” and “Flavoration” are the norm. Even better than their brews are the names! Choose from several including Mind Funk, Goat Boater, Only The Tip, and Built for Comfort.

Kingston Hood Canal Brewery and Downpour Brewing both call Kingston home and both feature a rotating selection of seasonal and year-round brews. At Hood Canal Brewery on Bond Road, you can enjoy a selection of snacks while tasting beers with locally-inspired titles like the Dosewallips Special Ale or Agate Pass Amber. Downpour Brewing off Highway 104 is a familyowned craft brewery that is kid- and dog-friendly. Their selection includes ciders and non-alcoholic drinks.

Bainbridge Island This small island is home to one brewery, Bainbridge Brewing, but you get double the choices as they operate two locations, a brewery taproom and an alehouse. The brewery and taproom (kid- and dog-friendly) is located at Coppertop Park and their Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse (age 21+) is in Downtown Winslow. Both offer great snacks and local food items to complement their award-winning craft beer. Wine is also offered at the Alehouse. They have been brewing beers island-style since 2012. www. silverdalechamber .com


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In our efforts to be “Locally Inspired Cuisine” every dish is homemade and meticulously prepared with the freshest of ingredients. Chefs cut steaks daily from pre-selected graded and aged beef. Choose from our dinner selections of Maine Lobster Tail, Cedar Wrapped Salmon, Filet Mignon and much more! Beach Glass Café serves traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner in an inviting and custom designed atmosphere of artisan glass décor. This theme includes jelly fish lamps, glass columns, and glass tiled walls. Enjoy delicious favorites such as Eggs Benedict, French Toast, Fish and Chips and Pizza with an outdoor dining option. The Agate Pass Deli is your quick meal destination, whether you need a meal to go or come in for a quick lunch, we’ve got you covered with over 45 delicious options. You can enjoy favorites such as BLT Sandwich, Cheeseburger, 2 Egg Breakfast, Vietnamese Sandwich, Pho Noodle Soup and more.

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The Little Boston Bistro at The Point Casino 7989 Salish Lane NE Kingston, WA 98346 360.297.6143

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for sports viewing and great food. Watch a game on our giant 252” screen and order delicious food such as our Happy Hour $10 Burger, Beer & Shot. Also enjoy Free Live Music, Free Comedy and Paid Concert nights. The Little Boston Bistro at The Point Casino offers intimate casual fine dining. A variety of steaks and seafood are offered on the menu. Our early bird 3-course dinner is $19.95 and served Sundays thru Thursdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. On Mondays the Early Bird Dinner is available all evening.

You won’t have to venture far from your room to get a great meal, or to join your friends for a pint at our Martini Lounge. Start your morning with a breakfast buffet fit for a King and finish the day with a fresh halibut, salmon or prime rib dinner.



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Welcome to Maynards Located at 2251 NW Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383, the restaurant features water & Olympic Mountain views with a spacious bar, group event space (social & corporate), and a dedicated kitchen for cooking classes. Maynard (J.J.) Meland is a Certified Executive Chef, Certified Culinary Administrator and a World Chefs Certified Culinary Educator. He is a graduate and former class alumni president of Western Culinary Institute. Recently, he has been honored with a National American Culinary Federation Presidential Award and the 2018 Washington State Chef of the Year Award. J.J. serves on six different boards, one of them being the National American Culinary Federation Certification Commission and he is the National Chair of Written Exams for the ACF. He also serves on the Washington State Chef’s Association and is an active member in the community, working with Kitsap Community Agriculture Alliance, Kitsap Farmers’ Market Alliance, Pro Start, Skills U.S.A., local high schools, colleges and the Goodwill. J.J. has also recently received the Washington State Presidential Award and the Professional Chef Award. J.J. has been a chef for many well-known hotels and restaurants, such as the Marriott, Coast Hotels & Resorts, Silver City Restaurant, and El Gaucho. J.J. recently left teaching after eight years as a tenured Culinary Arts Instructor at Bates Technical College in Tacoma to fulfill his

dream and open his own restaurant, Maynard’s here in Silverdale, Washington. His vision is to bring elevated chef-driven New American Cuisine with global influences to Kitsap. Maynard’s features sustainable, natural Northwest beef, poultry and seafood, focusing on local Kitsap sourced seasonal farm-to-table ingredients whenever possible to create a familiar, but unique dining experience. Maynard’s also features a marketplace where guests can purchase grab & go and take-home items that are restaurant quality, along with local produce. You will also find local artisan goods and several items from the KCCA Farmers’ Market that is held weekly on the property. The restaurant and marketplace team up to bring you great items that incorporate our local farmers and businesses such as: Black Market Farm Eggs, Harsh Farms, Country Natural Beef, Stedman’s, and Ferndale Farmstead to name a few. As seasons change in the area, so does the menu in the restaurant and marketplace. The spring menu is set to launch soon which gives us more seasonal local items to feature in our dishes. www. silverdalechamber .com


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Building a Better Hospital For a Growing Community

Opening in 2020, Harrison Medical Center’s Silverdale Campus Expansion Will Vastly Improve Care

By David Schultz, President, Peninsula Market Region for CHI Franciscan

CHI Franciscan and Harrison Medical Center are working to meet the health care needs of the Peninsula by building the hospital of tomorrow, today. We will do so by providing the safest, highest quality care families need and deserve in the most affordable manner possible. We are collaborating with the community, first responders, and local health care experts to make smart, bold investments in Kitsap County.

Olympic Mountains and Dyes Inlet. The patient-centered design offers a connection to the outside world with a healing garden and the Clear Creek Trail running through the hospital grounds, encouraging walks and community connection as part of the healing process. The new facility will be the most energy-efficient hospital in Washington – and one of the most energy efficient in the US - consuming 50 percent less energy and water than the average hospital.

The new state-of-the-art hospital will provide expanded critical acute care services, including heart and stroke care, and a Level II Special Care Nursery. The 500,000 square-foot addition will accommodate more medical and surgical services to better serve our patients, with 144 new acute care beds, 13 new procedural rooms, and a 56-bay emergency department. The efficient design will put doctors, nurses, surgeons, and specialists in one place to provide coordinated care for patients across Kitsap County.

The Silverdale expansion will ensure our communities have access to a world-class facility that will provide enhanced, top-quality health services for the region. Additionally, our new residency program is training the next generation of family physicians, increasing the number of skilled primary care doctors available to better serve families across the Pacific Northwest. We will continue to take a proactive, thoughtful approach to our hospital as we partner with the community to bring the best health care in Washington state to this growing region.

The new hospital will have private patient rooms with dedicated guest accommodations – with most rooms featuring views of the


Kitsap County boasts 283 miles of spectacular waterfront, in the form of bays and inlets, around the Hood Canal, Dyes Inlet, Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It comprises a total landmass of 393 square miles. Silverdale sits almost in the geographic center of Kitsap County. The central core encompasses an area of roughly six square miles.



Silverdale enjoys a relatively moderate climate due to its proximity to Puget Sound. The Olympic Mountain Range provides a buffer from the stronger weather systems coming from the Pacific Ocean. Like most of western Washington, Silverdale has four distinct seasons. Temperatures are mild throughout the year with high temperatures averaging in the 80s during the summer and 40s in the winter. Winters are mild and often go by without a major freeze or snow fall.

The Bremerton National Airport is a full-service facility which can accommodate 727, 737, 757 and DC 9 jets. It also provides a base of operations to many of the personal and business aircraft in the county. Bremerton National is only 10 minutes by air from SeaTac Airport and Boeing Field in Seattle. Major air carriers serve the Seattle/Tacoma International Airport, a 60-minute drive from Silverdale. There also is a small hobbyist airport Apex Air strip, near Silverdale.


Kitsap Transit is a full service bus line serving all of Kitsap County and each of the four ferry terminals. Kitsap Transit offers countywide Paratransit service as well as special transportation programs for employers with 100 or more employees.


There are no commercial shipping berths in Silverdale. The Port of Bremerton does offer commercial access with fuel available at Car and passenger ferries between Kitsap County and the east side of the Port Orchard marina. The Port of Silverdale offers a park and Puget Sound allow Kitsap residents access to the major metropolitan transient moorage. Burlington Northern has one active line in center of Seattle. Ferry terminals in Kitsap are located at Kingston, Central Kitsap which serves military and industrial cargos. Bainbridge Island, Bremerton and Southworth. There is also a foot ferry which runs between Bremerton and Port Orchard.


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Central Kitsap School District

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Covering 110 square miles in and around Silverdale, Washington, Central Kitsap School District serves over 11,000 students across 19 schools. We have two high schools, one secondary school (grades 6-12), three middle schools, 12 elementary schools, and a community school that offers a home school support program, online academy, and classroom-based instruction for 9-12 graders. Since the passage of a 2016 bond, we have fulfilled our promises to improve security in all schools, upgrade our athletic facilities, and modernize our secondary schools. Our largest project replaced and co-located two schools—CK High School and CK Middle School—onto one campus. The Olympic High School addition and modernization project added new permanent classrooms and replaced a library, auditorium, and commons area. Klahowya Secondary School has also recently opened an addition that includes new classrooms, a new auxiliary gym, a music room and courtyard areas. Elementary Schools • Brownsville: 360-662-8000 • Clear Creek: 360-662-8100 • Cottonwood: 360-662-8300 • Cougar Valley: 360-662-8400 • Emerald Heights: 360-662-8500 • Esquire Hills: 360-662-8600 • Green Mountain: 360-662-8700 • Hawk at Jackson Park: 360-662-9000


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Our district is on the cutting edge of technology in our classrooms. We have innovative spaces at all of our high schools to provide our graduates with the tools they need in the modern working environment. New lab and career and technical areas allow students to use materials and build skills for tomorrow’s careers. Our schools and facilities are part of the community, and we gladly make them available for use during non-school hours. From state-of-the-art auditoriums to spacious commons and classrooms, we offer a variety of spaces to host your next event. Browse and request to book our facilities online at about/facility_rental. Call 360-662-1610 for more information. To enroll at a Central Kitsap School, register online at

PineCrest: 360-662-9200 Silver Ridge: 360-662-9500 Silverdale: 360-662-9400 Woodlands: 360-662-9700

Middle Schools • Central Kitsap Middle: 360-662-2300 • Fairview Middle: 360-662-2600 • Ridgetop Middle: 360-662-2900

High & Secondary Schools • Central Kitsap High: 360-662-2400 • Klahowya Secondary (grades 6-12): 360-662-4000 • Olympic High: 360-662-2700 Community School • Barker Creek: 360-662-2570

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Rise and shine with Kitsap Business Forum. If you want to learn, network, and grow your business, Kitsap Business Forum is for you. Our mission is to engage business leaders and stimulate thinking so collectively we grow a healthy Kitsap economy. Kitsap Business Forum meets every other month on the second Tuesday. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. for morning networking. The program kicks off at 8 a.m. and wraps up by 9:30 a.m. KBF events are held primarily in Central Kitsap but will be occasionally held in other parts of the county. Forums are free to attend. Please visit our website for event details.

Learning Together

On Kitsap Business Forum mornings, people from throughout the Kitsap Peninsula engage in meaningful dialogue and professional development on relevant business topics.

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With skilled speakers and innovative formats, you’ll have the chance to meet, learn, and share with others. Kitsap Business Forum fosters relationship building.

Growing Business

We aim to enrich your personal, professional, and organizational lives. Like a rising tide, Kitsap Business Forum lifts business leadership and opportunity.

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Public Works Photos courtesy of Kitsap County Public Works

Established in 1857, Kitsap County Public Works built the first County road from Port Gamble to Port Madison. Since then, it’s been an incredible journey for Public Works to where we now maintain 915 miles of roadway. Road projects are designed to increase capacity, like the recently completed Silverdale Way Widening project; to improve safety and enhance the environment, which is happening with the Ridgetop Blvd Improvement project; and to remove fish barriers to improve fish migration. With a new bridge in place,

one of our highest rated fish barriers in the County will be removed next spring completing the Golf Club Hill Road Culvert Replacement project. As Silverdale grows, the Public Works Division will continue to play a vital role. To tell the story, we created a 3-chapter story map to help explain our past, our commitment to preserving our existing road system, and our plans to meet the challenges of the future. Go to http:// to see our story.



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The Port of Silverdale The Port of Silverdale was formed in 1920. In 1921 the Port formally took over operation of the wharf from the Silverdale Poultry Association and the Silverdale Cooperative Association Dock. Steamboats were used for transporting people and goods to and from Kitsap County and the Seattle area. Silverdale’s port was one of many stops on the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet’s route. The need for transportation via steamboat diminished and the Port lay dormant from 1950 through 1965 while the dock was rarely used and fell into disrepair.

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one of the most popular parks in the County with its great views. A larger two-lane boat launch and boat-trailer parking area were developed in 1993 to the west of the pier. In 2003 the Port and County again worked together on a joint project to update the Waterfront Park’s restroom facility and add shower and laundry facilities for boaters and an enhanced boat-trailer parking area.

The Port was revived in 1965 with three new commissioners, who concluded that Port functions should expand to include promoting recreation, industrial and/or other activities, and they met monthly with that mission in mind. In 1969 the old dock was destroyed by a fire. Waterfront property east of the dock had been purchased and with the support of the local Rotary Club a concrete boat launch was poured during an extreme low tide. It was quite the community effort.

In 2014 the County formally transferred the County-run Recreational Sailing and Rowing program and equipment to the Port, including many sailboats. The Port currently sponsors the programs, which are run by volunteers of the Kitsap Sailing and Rowing Foundation and Claim Island Rowing. Dyes Inlet is an ideal area for non-motorized boating and both programs have grown tremendously in a short period of time. The Sailing and Rowing Programs offer classes open to the public who are interested in learning how to sail and/or row. The programs have sponsored many regattas at the Port’s moorage facility. Regatta attendees attest that Silverdale has the best venue for such events.

In the 1980’s Silverdale became the hub of Kitsap County with the opening of the Kitsap Mall. Port commissioners worked with Kitsap County to develop the Silverdale Waterfront Park and a recreation moorage facility. This included swapping land to ensure both projects would completely benefit the public. The new pier and moorage facility were open to the public in 1987. The adjacent county-owned Waterfront Park has since become

Over the years the Port has acquired properties within the Old Town area, most of which have been enhanced to accommodate commercial activity and boost economic development in the area, which is part of the Port’s mission. Port commissioners are working on an updated waterfront comprehensive plan. Many working meetings with public involvement will help determine the next best move for the Port and the public in this beautiful area. www. silverdalechamber .com


Local lighthouses: Beacons of light, rich in history

Photos by Robbi Perez

By Kassie Olmsted Point No Point isn’t only a hot spot for fishing in Kitsap County, it’s also home to the peninsula’s only lighthouse – and the oldest on Puget Sound. But with a full tank of gas and a free day you can head over to neighboring Olympic Peninsula where you’ll find five more historic lighthouses to set your sights upon. But first we’ll start our lighthouses tour right here at home in Hansville.

Point No Point Lighthouse and Park Situated on 61 acres and nestled near a sandy beach is the historic Point No Point Lighthouse in Hansville. The lighthouse was built in 1879 by the U.S. Lighthouse Service providing a


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guiding light for ships entering North Puget Sound where it meets Admiralty Inlet. It is still in use today with its 90-foot radar tower used by the Coast Guard’s Vessel Traffic Service. It was in 1997 that the last person physically manned the lighthouse and in 2012 Kitsap County took ownership of the lighthouse. Tours are available Noon-4 p.m. on the weekends, April-September. However, the property is open year-round. You can spend the day fishing from the shore, picnicking on the beach, or just watching the various maritime traffic cruise by. Interested in an even richer experience at this historic landmark? The Keeper’s Quarters is a vacation rental managed by the U.S. Lighthouse Society which is also headquartered there.

Marrowstone Point Lighthouse On the small island of Marrowstone Island, not far from Port Townsend, you’ll find Marrowstone Point Lighthouse overlooking the waters of Admiralty Inlet. It, too, still operates as an active navigational aid, but unlike other area lighthouses, visitors must take in its view from the beach as it is not open to the public. Built in 1888, the lighthouse is adjacent to Fort Flagler State Park.

New Dungeness Lighthouse A sight to be seen, the New Dungeness Lighthouse sits picturesquely at the tip of the five-mile long Dungeness Spit in Sequim. And if you’re up for it, you can make the trek to the end of the spit to view the lighthouse up close. You can also boat to the lighthouse as it is accessible by water. Guided lighthouse tours are available seven days a week by a knowledgeable volunteer keeper. Climb the 74 steps to the top and you’ll be greeted with wondrous views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca and Canada. The lighthouse has been a guiding light to ships on the Strait since 1857. Just like at Point No Point, you can rent the Keeper’s Quarters and feel what life must have been like for the real lighthouse keepers of the past. In 1994, the U.S. Coast Guard licensed more than 30 acres surrounding the lighthouse to the nonprofit New Dungeness Light Station Association. The remaining acres are part of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge where you can immerse yourself in the wonders of nature. Whether you walk the shores of the spit (the largest natural spit in the U.S., that is) or birdwatch near the tidepools, you just have to see it to believe it.

Destruction Island Lighthouse Now decommissioned, the Destruction Island Lighthouse was built in 1891 and overlooks the rocky shores of Destruction Island located 3 miles off the coast of Jefferson County. And while a boat may get you a closer view, the nearest public land view is from Highway 101 at Ruby Beach. The light was permanently shut off by the U.S. Coast Guard in 2008. Now the lighthouse and surrounding property are managed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife and are part of the Quillayute Needles National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by Jolly Sienda Photography

Point Wilson Lighthouse Head over to the Port Townsend area on Olympic Peninsula and you’ll find Point Wilson Lighthouse at Fort Warden State Park. The current standing lighthouse was built in 1913 and it continues to serve an important role to this day as a navigational guide to ships entering Admiralty Inlet. Just this past fall, it was announced that the U.S. Lighthouse Service has leased the lighthouse and will work on restoration efforts to enable it to reopen for tours. The property is owned by the U.S. Coast Guard which is leasing the lighthouse to the nonprofit. Full restoration is slated to take about three years.

Grays Harbor Lighthouse Lastly on our tour of local lighthouses is the Grays Harbor Lighthouse in Westport which was dedicated in 1898. Rising like a giant at 107 feet, you can climb all 135 winding steps and take in the panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The lighthouse is open seasonally and you must be 5 years old and 40” tall to climb the stairs to the top. The lighthouse is under ownership of the Westport South Beach Historical Society which also operates the Westport Maritime Museum. Besides the breathtaking views that the Grays Harbor Lighthouse has to offer, historical buffs will relish in the fact that it still houses the original 3rd order clamshell-shaped Fresnel lens that was built in France in 1895. Now that’s something you just don’t find very often in lighthouses these days! www. silverdalechamber .com


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Get your catch of the day at these local fishing holes By Kassie Olmsted These Kitsap County fishing spots will have you yelling “Fish on!” in no time! You don’t even need a boat to catch tonight’s dinner either. There are several public access points like docks and beaches that have some of the best fishing around. And don’t forget about lake fishing! There’s plenty of that too. But no matter where you fish, just remember, a recreational fishing license is required. Be sure to check out the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) website for all the details. And now on to the matter of the day: Where to catch those fish!

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Ahhh, a day at the beach. Does it get much better than that? Well, it does when you can incorporate a day of fishing! Just don’t forget your waders as temperatures in Puget Sound can still be a bit frigid even on the warmest of summer days.

Central Kitsap Scenic Beach State Park in Seabeck provides one of the most picture-perfect fishing spots in Kitsap County. You can fish right off the shores or launch your boat at the neighboring Misery Point Boat Launch. North Kitsap The Point No Point Water Access Site in Hansville is one of the most popular places to fish in Kitsap County. And for good reason! It’s also one of the most plentiful fishing spots. Not only is this a popular fishing spot for salmon, but also flounder, perch, halibut and lingcod. 34

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Salsbury Point Park is another popular spot to catch some fish with an incredible view of the Hood Canal Bridge to boot. While fishing is not permitted from the floating pier, put on some waders and you’ll be at your limit in no time.


No boat? No problem! Hit up one of the many fishing docks and piers in Kitsap where you can even throw down a crab pot to see what might wander in (just don’t forget you need a separate shellfish license to catch crab).

Central Kitsap Illahee State Park Dock stretches 360 feet out and has plenty of room for you find the perfect fishing spot. There’s a boat launch here too. The Bremerton Marina Public Dock offers a convenient way to get your catch of the day. Plus, you can’t beat the view with Washington State Ferries crossing to and from Seattle right in front of you. Located in Old Town Silverdale, the pier in at Silverdale Waterfront Park makes for an excellent location to send that cast out. It’s a popular spot for boaters too.

North Kitsap The 526-foot Suquamish Dock is a go-to for local fishermen and was rebuilt in 2008 after the original one dating back to the 1930s deteriorated. A part of the culture of the Suquamish Tribe, the area is rich in history.

South Kitsap Fishermen at Harper Pier enjoy a fresh catch and even do some squidding. This 400-foot-long steel pier is perfect for casting those long lines into Puget Sound. The Port of Waterman Public Pier was once an old deteriorating wooden pier dating back 90 years, but now sturdy as ever, the transformed 230-foot steel pier serves as an ideal fishing spot in Port Orchard.


If you’re looking to do some lake fishing in Kitsap, you’re in luck. There are several of them throughout the county with the majority located in the south end. Many have easy boat access or you can throw your line from the shore. Either way, Kitsap will serve you well with its lakes full of bountiful fish.

Central Kitsap If you feel like jumping in the water after a day of fishing, you can do just that at Wildcat Lake. It’s quite popular on Opening Day of Fishing and is stocked with Rainbow Trout. “Due to its popularity, it often receives a second plant of Rainbow Trout in May,” according to WDFW. Kitsap Lake is open for year-round fishing of jumbo Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, and Bluegill Sunfish. Like nearby Wildcat Lake, it too is a popular lake to fish and swim in. Island Lake is a popular spot for kids with a juvenile fishing derby hosted here in June. The lake is home to Rainbow Trout and Largemouth Bass.

North Kitsap Buck Lake “is one of few trout fishing opportunities on the northern Kitsap Peninsula. Surrounded by park lands and natural forests, Buck provides good spring fishing in an undeveloped setting,” according to WDFW. South Kitsap You get the best of both worlds at Long Lake where you can fish from your kayak, canoe or (non-motorized) boat or from the fishing pier. Although the lake isn’t stocked with trout, you can still catch Coastal Cutthroat, Largemouth Bass, and Yellow Perch. Nearby Horseshoe Lake has easy public access at the WDFW boat launch or along the shoreline at the park. The lake features Rainbow Trout, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass and Sunfish. Mission Lake is another recreational fishing lake that’s a popular spot on Opening Day of Fishing. Stocked with Rainbow Trout, it “receives a plant of jumbo triploid Rainbow Trout each spring,” according to WDFW. Featuring Largemouth Bass and Rainbow Trout, Wye Lake is a smaller lake near Belfair but still lies in Kitsap County’s boundaries. Its shape is its namesake and makes it a fun lake to fish.

These Kitsap County fishing spots will have you yelling “Fish on” in no time! You don’t even need a boat to catch tonight’s dinner. There are several public access points like docks and beaches that have some of the best fishing around. And don’t forget about lake fishing! There’s plenty of that too. But no matter where you fish, just remember, a recreational fishing license is required. Be sure to check out the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) website for all the details. And now on to the matter of the day: Where to catch those fish! Scenic Beach State Park 9565 Scenic Beach Rd NW

LAKES Wild Cat Lake 9245 NW Holly Rd

Seabeck WA 98380

Point No Point Water Access Site Bremerton WA 98312 8760 NE Point No Point RD Kitsap Lake Hansville WA 98340 Off Lakeview Drive Salsbury Point Park Bremerton WA 9812 Whiteford Rd Island Lake Poulsbo WA 98370 NW Island Lake Rd Illahee State Park Dock Silverdale WA 98383 Illahee Dock Buck Lake Bremerton WA 98311 6959 Buck Lake RD NE Bremerton Public Marina Dock Hansville WA 98340 120 Washington Beach Ave Long Lake Bremerton, WA 98337 5100 Long Lake RD SE Silverdale Waterfront Park Port Orchard WA 98367 3337 Byron St Horseshoe Lake Silverdale WA 98383 Randall WA 98377 Suquamish Dock Mission Lake 7235 NE Pkwy Just North of Belfair Suquamish WA 98392

Belfair WA 98528

Harper Pier SE Southworth Dr

Wye Lake 8 Miles SW Port Orchard

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The Port of Waterman Public Pier 4284 Beach Dr E

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Trails abound in Silverdale and beyond By: Kassie Olmsted Strap on those hiking boots, fill that water canteen and get ready to explore some of the most picturesque and serene trails that Silverdale and its surrounding communities have to offer. Many would agree the most popular trail in Silverdale is the Clear Creek Trail – and for good reason. This sprawling trail system is conveniently located in the heart of Silverdale, is easily accessible with several entry points and connects you with nature while still being in the heart of the bustling town. But if you’re looking for nearby trails that are a little less populated and a little more hidden, there are several to choose from that will awake the adventurer in you! Just a short drive from Silverdale, you’ll find the Green Mountain-Gold Creek Trail which boasts awe-inspiring views of Seattle on a clear day. A total of 5 miles roundtrip, this trail makes for a perfect way to spend an hour or two of your day. After all, The Washington Trails Association calls it “Kitsap Peninsula’s goto after work destination.” Not too much of a drive down the road, you’ll find two more favorite Silverdale-area hiking gems: Newberry Hill Heritage Park and Anderson Landing Preserve. Newberry Hill Heritage Park is a treasure in itself with 13 total miles of trails to traverse. Just a few miles outside of Silverdale, it’s a favorite among locals and visitors alike! Head a few clicks north and you’ll discover


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picture-perfect Anderson Landing Preserve. Featuring 2 miles of trails, this 66-acre preserve is perfect for a quick workout or a short visit to enjoy nature’s beauty. For some of the most breathtaking views of the waters of Hood Canal and the ever-picturesque Olympic Mountains, head to Guillemot Cove in Seabeck. This 184-acre nature preserve won’t disappoint. Its 2.5-mile trail features 200-year-old maple trees, various seabirds and other wildlife. It’s a true wonder for any nature lover and a view you must set your sights on. And just when you think there couldn’t possibly be any more secluded areas of nature within or near a bustling town of merchants, behold the beauty of the Illahee Preserve. Within minutes, you can escape the hubbub of city life and find yourself surrounded by 570 acres of preserve lands with an abundance of trails in all directions. And if you love birdwatching on your hikes, then this is the one for you. As sighted by the Kitsap Audubon Society, the Illahee Preserve is home to more than 55 species of birds. Both to the north and south of Silverdale, you’ll find even more trails to pique your interest. In the north end lies Poulsbo’s Fish Park and Kingston’s North Kitsap Heritage Park. The Fish Park Trail is perfect for the beginner hiker or an afternoon out with the kids. The trail is just short of a mile and features a lake. It’s a popular spot for dog walkers too! Sprawling North Kitsap Heritage Park sits on just shy of 800 acres. While much of this

area is undeveloped, it features about 6 miles of trails perfect for hiking or trail running. You’ll also find minimal elevation gain at North Kitsap Heritage Park, making it the perfect family destination. Keep heading north and you’ll reach Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park. This one takes home the title of Kitsap County’s largest park. Sitting on a whopping 3,493 acres, Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park features walking and biking trails, horse trails and with easy access to the water – even water trails. More land was acquired in 2017 taking the park to its current acreage. According to Kitsap County, at that time, “the property includes 65 miles of trails where already more than 20,000 hikers, birders, mountain bikers, equestrians, cyclists and runners recreate each year. At the north end of the property is a future recreational area for mountain biking.” But don’t worry, the fun isn’t just limited to Central and North Kitsap. If your travels or general sense of adventure take you to South Kitsap, there are plenty of trails to keep you active. Both Harper Park and Banner Forest Heritage Park feature great trail systems. Harper Park sits on 47 acres and features an easy 1.5-mile loop hike that’s great for the whole family – Fido included. But if your idea of an adventure-filled day includes a more extensive trail experience, definitely head to Banner Forest Heritage Park. Sitting on 636 acres, you’ll find both walking and equestrian trails. Who wouldn’t love to see a horse mosey on by? With four miles of trails, an adventure here surely awaits you! South Kitsap Regional Park is another south-end favorite for hikers and families alike. This 209-acre park features hiking and walking trails, ballfields, a playground, horseshoe pits and, new in 2018: the interactive Forest Explorer Trail. According to Kitsap County’s website, the trail “is a 1/3-mile, semi-loop that features a series of stations challenging the trail user to see more, do more, and learn more. Children of all ages will learn about the forest environment, perform simple activities for exercise and movement, and develop observation skills to explore the local ‘NeighborWoods.’” Now that’s a hiking experience! And last, but not least, you won’t want to miss the beautiful hiking trails of scenic Bainbridge Island. Home to more than 10 trail systems, the beauty of Bainbridge won’t disappoint. Most notably is Grand Forest which features an East, West, North Trail system. The Grand Forest West portion is one of the most popular due to its trails that meander along hillsides, wetlands and streams. It’s no wonder Bainbridge Island is known for its nature landscapes, there are more than plenty here to keep you on the right path to adventure. So, no matter which direction of Kitsap County you’re headed, you can be confident an exciting experience awaits you just around the corner … or trail.

Strap on those hiking boots, fill that water canteen and get ready to explore some of the most picturesque and serene trails that Silverdale and its surrounding communities have to offer. Clear Creek Trailheads Pedestrian Bridge - Myrhe Road

Guillemot Cove 19484 NW Stavis Bay Rd

Ridgetop Pavilion – Adjacent to 9228 Ridgetop Blvd All Star Lanes – Northeast Corner of All Star Lanes The Doctors Clinic – Salmon Center Parking Lot Harrison Medical Center – Off Ridgetop Blvd, No Parking along Ridgetop Schold Road – Accessed off Silverdale Way Trigger Ave - Off Highway 3’s exit 47, limited parking on shoulder

Green Mountain Gold Creek Trailhead 1398 Gold Creek RD W

Seabeck WA 98380

Illahee Preserve 3200 NE Riddell Rd Bremerton WA 98310

Poulsbo Fish Park 288 NW Lindvig Way Poulsbo WA 98370

North Kitsap Heritage Park Miller Bay RD NE Kingston WA 98346

Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Olympic Resources Trails Kingston WA 98346

Harper Park 3500 SE Southworth DR

Bremerton WA 98312

Port Orchard WA 98366

Newberry Hill Heritage Trailhead SE Corner of NW Newberry Hill RD and Tieton Place NW at Klahowya Secondary School

Banner Forest Heritage Park 6451 Banner Rd SE Port Orchard WA 98367

Anderson Landing Preserve 10955 Warren RD NW

Port Orchard WA 98366

Silverdale WA 98383

South Kitsap Regional Park 2729 Jackson Ave SE Grand Forest 7098 Mandus Olson RD NE Bainbridge Island WA 98110

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A Kitsap camping adventure awaits you By Kassie Olmsted Kitsap County is home to some of the most beautiful campgrounds with sweeping views of mountains and miles and miles of shoreline. Whether you’re from out of town or you’re a local looking for a night or two under the stars, these local campsites will have you singing around the campfire in no time. Just don’t forget the smores!

Scenic Beach State Park - Seabeck Hands down, one of the most picturesque campgrounds in the area is Scenic Beach State Park. The Olympic Mountains looming over the blue waters of Hood Canal is enough to make anyone stop in their tracks in awe. The park features 70 campsites made up of 52 tent spaces and 18 pull-through sites for RVs. Each campsite comes complete with a fire ring, grill and table. The campground also features restrooms, hot showers and a dump station. Besides camping, you can do a variety of outdoor ventures at this 121-acre state park – swim, fish, bike, picnic, kayak, go for a nature walk, or simply just relax and gaze at the stunning view. With 1,500 feet of saltwater beachfront, you can spend hours along the shore searching for shells or admiring the multitude of scurrying hermit crabs hiding under the rocks. The park is rich in history, and features the Emel House which dates back to 1911. Originally a resort for the locals, Scenic Beach became a state park in the 1960s and demolition was planned for the house, but it was saved by a community group that rallied to save it. Today, it serves as a popular venue for weddings and other small gatherings.

Kitsap Memorial State Park – Poulsbo This 62-acre camping park is another beauty to set your sights upon when considering your next camping destination. With more than 1,700 feet of shoreline, also on the Hood Canal, Kitsap Memorial State Park is a popular spot for campers and newlyweds alike as it’s a popular wedding spot. Both tent campers and RV campers can choose from several different campsites including 20


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standard campsites, three partial hook-up sites, 15 full hook-up sites, and three hiker/biker sites. If roughing it in a tent isn’t your style, you can stay in one of four cabins furnished with kitchenettes, a bunk bed, futon, and lights and heat. Kitsap Memorial State Park features an array of outdoor activities including 1 ½ miles of hiking trails, beach exploration, swimming, and bird watching. There’s a volleyball field and two open fields perfect for a game of Frisbee, kite flying, or playing catch. The park also has picnic shelters and barbecue grills.

Eagle Tree RV Park – Poulsbo If RV camping is right up your alley, then be sure to pop in to Eagle Tree RV Park. Stay for a few nights or longer – the park is open year-round. With 88 full hookup sites, a club house with a full kitchen, restroom and shower amenities, and private wooded sites, they make camping in your RV a breeze. They welcome RV clubs and feature free Wi-Fi and cable TV.

Manchester State Park – Port Orchard If you’re a military buff, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to camp out next to a former torpedo warehouse which at one point stocked an underwater mine during World War II. Another large draw to this 128-acre camping park is its extensive and scenic shoreline. You can walk its 3,400 feet of shoreline while taking in the view of Bainbridge Island on a clear day. The park also boasts 2 miles of hiking trails. You’ll also find a volleyball court and horseshoe pit. When its time to turn it in for the day, you’ll find 35 standard campsites, 15 partial-hookup sites, and two restrooms and showers. Even more compelling than the views, is the park’s history. According to Washington State Parks, it was established by the Coast Artillery Corps in the early 1900s. After being used to house torpedoes and underwater mines, it was converted to a Navy fuel supply depot during World War II. In the 1960s, the federal government declared it surplus and a decade later it was acquired by Washington to use as a state park.

Mount Baker on clear days. The park’s sandy beach is a big draw for campers and day-visitors alike and is perfect for a relaxing stroll along the shoreline. After a day of playing on the beach or watching the kiddos play on the large play set, you’ll find 14 tent sites, 26 RV sites, three cabins, and restrooms and showers. The park features two picnic shelters - the Hillside Picnic Shelter and Beach Picnic Shelter where you can enjoy being right on the beach for your special occasion. And if you’re up for it, bring your bicycle and enjoy a ride along one of the bike paths.

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Blake Island Marine State Park One of the most unique state camping parks in Kitsap County (and maybe even in Washington), Blake Island Marine State Park is only accessible by tour boat or private boat. But it’s an experience you won’t want to miss. The island features miles and miles of trails for both bikers and hikers. Or you can partake in the Argosy Cruises Tillicum Excursion featuring a fire-roasted fish buffet meal and a Northwest Native American performance. The campground includes 44 standard sites, three Cascadia Marine Trail sites, one marine dump station, restrooms and showers. The island features a moorage dock plus 24 mooring buoys. At the park’s office, you can buy food, fire logs and camping supplies to ensure you have everything you need for this island camping experience.

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Fay Bainbridge Park – Bainbridge Island Located on beautiful Bainbridge Island, Fay Bainbridge Park features more than 1,400 feet of shoreline and picture-perfect views of the Cascade Mountains and even Mount Rainer and

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Kitsap’s got the vino By Kassie Olmsted If a great glass of wine is what you’re looking for then no need to look beyond Kitsap County. The peninsula is home to several wineries and even a couple of festivals celebrating all things wine. The majority of wineries and vineyards can be found on Bainbridge Island. The island is only 65 square miles but offers an abundance of winery choices. Eight to be exact. So, let’s check them out!

Amelia Wynn Winery This award-winning winery was founded in 2008 by owner and vintner Paul Bianchi who sources grapes from Eastern Washington to make Bordeaux, Rhone, Italian, and Spanish varietal wines. Ameila Wynn Winery combines the two passions of its owners: wine and art. Co-owner and artist Wendy Armstrong displays several of her own art pieces as well as those of local and regional artists in the Armstrong Art Gallery. Located off-site and coupled with a tasting room, you can sip wine and view and purchase various


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works of art that are rotated every couple of months in the gallery. An added bonus? The tasting room/art gallery is pet friendly!

Bainbridge Vineyards For more than 40 years, Bainbridge Vineyards has been growing its own grapes on the island. Not only are all their grapes grown exclusively on their 7-acre vineyard on Bainbridge Island, they are certified organic. First planted in 1977, their vineyard was certified organic in 2014.

“We believe in a ‘whole systems’ approach. Everything on our farm is connected, from the animals we use to work the land, to the people we employ, and the communities around us,” states their website. You can join their wine club or gift a membership to a friend or family member and they’ll receive wine shipped to their door four times a year. Now that calls for a “cheers”!

Eagle Harbor Wine Co. Founded in 2005, Eagle Harbor Wine Co. features two locations where you can enjoy their awardwinning wines. The Winery and Tasting Room is where all the magic happens. Except for growing the grapes, everything else is done on-site, from crushing the grapes, to fermentation to bottling. You can even go on a tour and help sort grapes if you so wish! During the summer, enjoy a side of live music with your wine. Their downtown tasting room is where you can go to just kick your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine – no working here! Join their wine club and you can have wine shipped to your loved ones.

Eleven Winery The largest winery on Bainbridge Island, Eleven Winery likes to focus on fun and great wine. You can enjoy live music performed by local musicians every Saturday. You can hear everything from jazz to pop music. They also have two locations – a tasting room on Winslow Way just walking distance from the Seattle Ferry and near two other winery tasting rooms; and their winery which is just five miles up the road. At the tasting room, they offer a sampling of five wines which you choose from a list of 10. In 2019, Eleven Winery won “Best of Bainbridge” in three different categories.

Fletcher Bay Winery At Fletcher Bay Winery, you can enjoy delicious wine, listen to great live music and even stay the night in the winemaker’s own waterfront cottage! The two-bedroom house is available for rent and is just minutes from the winery. They, too, have two locations. Their winery features live music and happy hour on Wednesdays. They even have a kids’ play area. Or you can check out their tasting room where they feature two different kinds of wines and can fill up a wine growler for you.

Perennial Vintners It may be the smallest vineyard in Washington state, but the wines of Perennial Vintners are mighty. Until 2004, wine making was just a hobby for owner Mike Lempriere. And in 2006, he began selling wines commercially. Only one of two wineries on Bainbridge that grow their own grapes, you can enjoy such wines as a Melon de Bourgogne or a Lemberger. Looking for something on the sweeter side? Perennial Vintners produces a Frambelle Raspberry Dessert Wine which is made with only 100% Bainbridge Island raspberries.

Rolling Bay This winery is aptly named for its location on Bainbridge Island. This small winery focuses on crafting limited quantities of fine wine. Rolling Bay produces about 2,100 cases of wine a year and has been a recipient of Seattle Magazine’s “Best of” awards. You can find Rolling Bay’s wines in some of Seattle’s most prestigious restaurants including The Metropolitan Grill and Columbia Tower Club. Or head to their winery for a taste.

Victor Alexander Winery While one of the smallest wineries on Bainbridge Island, winemaker Charlie can still be found making wines and offers tastings by appointment. You can find his home tasting room on Island Center Road. Also on Bainbridge Island, is Wine on the Rock – a wine, live music and food festival that happens three times a year. Hosted by the Winery Alliance of Bainbridge Island, this event features five of Bainbridge’s wineries. While Bainbridge Island definitely takes the cake for most wineries/vineyards. Olalla in South Kitsap is home to Olalla Vineyard and Winery where they grow their grapes (some are additionally sourced from Eastern Washington) and make their wine on-site. This family-owned winery has been open to the public since 2008. You can enjoy wines in their tasting room or enjoy live music on Friday nights. In North Kitsap, you’ll find one of Kitsap’s newest wineries, Hard Hat Winery in Poulsbo which opened in 2018. Currently open by appointment only, this winery is proudly owned and operated by veteran Navy divers. They tout their wine as perfect for every wine drinker, from the occasional wine sipper to the true coinsure. Looking to enjoy wines from the majority of these winemakers and more from across the region all in one place? Then be sure to mark your calendar for the Kitsap Wine Festival on Aug. 8, 2020 at Harborside Fountain Park in Bremerton. This annual event will once again benefit Kitsap Humane Society. So, enjoy an array of great local wine and even pick up a bottle of your favorite from the retail shop – all while supporting a great cause. www. silverdalechamber .com


Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office We are a full-service, accredited agency providing quality law enforcement services to the unincorporated areas of the county, as well as assisting the law enforcement agencies of our four incorporated municipalities.

involving investigations, recordkeeping, accounting, payroll, noncriminal fingerprinting, report handling, reception functions, civil processes, criminal history checks, concealed pistol license issuance and public disclosure requests.

The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is organized under three divisions:

Corrections Division: The Chief of Corrections is the officer commanding the Kitsap County Jail, the regional confinement facility in the greater West Sound area. Sheriff’s corrections officers are charged with providing a safe and respectful environment for officers, staff, professional personnel, jail inmates and the community. The inmate population consists of pre-trial detainees and sentenced prisoners from county, cities and tribal agencies. The jail can house up to 519 inmates. The corrections division currently has 95 commissioned corrections officers.

Patrol Division: This division consists of most our agency’s uniformed personnel who are dispatched as ‘problem solvers’ for every 911 call for service: all day, all night, all year. Specialized patrol units include: K-9 Unit, Traffic Unit, Marine Services Unit, Sheriff’s Search & Rescue, School Resource Officers and our Explosive Ordnance Technician. Patrol officers work in three county geographic sectors. The division is commanded by the Chief of Patrol and currently has 108 sheriff’s deputies. Sheriff’s patrol deputies responded to 88,669 calls for service in 2018, wrote 14,227 incident reports and made 5,501 patrol investigation arrests. Investigations and Support Services Division: Because of specialized training and experience, sheriff’s detectives investigate the most serious and complex criminal cases involving major felony-level offenses against persons and felony property crimes. Investigators process crime scenes to collect evidence, conduct truth verification examinations and perform background investigations. There currently are 11 detectives performing major crimes investigations. Additional responsibilities under the Chief of Investigations and Support Services include the Sheriff’s Office Regional SWAT Team, the West Sound Narcotics Enforcement Team, the Special Investigations Unit, the Crisis Negotiation Team, the Sex Offender Registration Program, the Property and Evidence Unit and representation on the coordinating council for the Department of Homeland Security, Region 2. Sheriff’s Support Services Specialists are non-commissioned personnel who provide administrative support to all divisions


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For more statistics, go to: Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office facilities: The sheriff’s headquarters & administration, along with sheriff’s detectives, are based in the courthouse complex. Patrol officers working in South Kitsap are based here. The Kitsap County Jail is colocated in this same complex, behind the sheriff’s office and the courthouse. Address: 614 Division Street, Port Orchard, Wash. 98366 The patrol division is in Silverdale. Address: 3951 NW Randall Way, Silverdale, Wash. 98383 Additionally, there is a North Kitsap field office. Address: 26076 Illinois Avenue NE, Kingston, Wash. 98346 Important Telephone Numbers: Emergency: 9-1-1 or 360-308-5400 Sheriff’s Office (main number): 360-337-7101 Investigations: 360-337-7111 Civil Unit: 360-337-7104 West Sound Narcotics Enforcement Team: 360-337-7064 Property / Evidence Unit: 360-337-4436 Kitsap County Jail: 360-337-7108 News media inquiries: 360-337-5698

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Originally known as the Nux Sklai Yem or the Strong People, the Port Gamble S’Klallam are descendants of the Salish people who have lived in the Puget Sound basin and surrounding areas since 2400 B.C. The Tribe’s original ancestral village was located for more than 1,000 years at what is known today as the town of Port Gamble. The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe is dedicated to maintaining its traditional way of life and does so, in part, by acting as a steward for the environment, which has included the protection of Port Gamble Bay. The bay is one of the last waterways of its kind open to shellfish harvesting in the Puget Sound and the Tribe wants to make sure it remains healthy for future generations. Every summer, the Tribe participates in Canoe Journey, which brings together tribes throughout the Pacific coast. One of the stops on the trip is Point Julia on the Port Gamble S’Klallam reservation. Other cultural events include the Stan Purser Powwow (February) and the Return of the Salmon ceremony (late summer). The Port Gamble S’Klallam operate a number of entertainment and leisure-time options for people visiting the area, including: Whether you need gas, a snack, or a refreshing drink, stop in at The Gliding Eagle Marketplace, conveniently located at the intersection of Hansville Road and Little Boston Road, just two miles north of Highway 104 west of Kingston. This full-service gas station and convenience store offers a variety of products—including tribal-related items and gifts—as well as diesel and propane fuel, a full deli, espresso stand, and RV disposal.


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Up the road from the Gliding Eagle Marketplace is The Point Casino & Hotel. Located just 10 minutes from the Kingston ferry or 15 minutes from downtown Poulsbo, The Point Casino offers an array of restaurant options and an upscale cigar bar as well as 650 slots, table games, poker, and a Lounge bar. Entertainment options include live music, comedy, sports, and special events in The Event Center. The Point Hotel opened in 2016 and is a great place to stay to experience the best the north end has to offer. While staying in one of its well-appointed rooms, explore the Hotel’s tribal archive display and curated art, including a series of hand-carved totems by some of the region’s most celebrated artists. One of the most popular destinations in Kitsap County is Heronswood, a multi-acre botanical garden owned by the Tribe and managed by the Port Gamble S’Klallam Foundation. Under the guidance of original founder and renowned horticulturalist Dan Hinkley as Garden Director, Heronswood represents one of the region’s most outstanding collections of rare and diverse plants. Heronswood is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, March 1 through October 19, 2019 from 10 am to 3 pm. The garden also offers seasonal events and venue rentals. For more information on the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, please visit their website at

Suquamish Image by Michele Soderstrom

The Suquamish are a Lushootseed-speaking people (Puget Salish) who traditionally lived along the Kitsap Peninsula, including Bainbridge and Blake islands, across Puget Sound from present-day Seattle. Today, Suquamish Tribal members live on the Port Madison Indian Reservation in the reservation towns of Suquamish and Indianola. The Suquamish people have lived along the shores of the Kitsap Peninsula for more than 10,000 years. Their name comes from the word for “clear salt water.” The Suquamish ancestors thrived by harvesting salmon and clams. Their robust culture is rich with art, dance, song, ceremony, and ritual and continues to be a major contribution to Kitsap culture and diversity. Suquamish is a scenic waterfront community that is the ancestral home of the Suquamish Tribe and an internationally recognized center of Native American history, culture, art and events. Tribal landmarks include the world-class Suquamish Museum, restored Chief Seattle Grave site, Suquamish Veteran’s Memorial, and massive House of Awakened Culture, fashioned after the original 900-foot-long Old Man House. The public dock and picnic areas offer majestic views of the mountains, Salish Sea, Seattle and Mt. Rainer. The beautiful Suquamish Museum and Cultural Center are located just up the hill from the Old Man House village site, Suquamish Memorial and the restored Chief Seattle gravesite. Set in a natural landscape of native plants, the 9,000-squarefoot space reflects the traditional Big House architecture of

the Coast Salish and houses the tribe’s collections of artifacts, photographs and manuscripts. The public areas offer permanent and temporary exhibition spaces, research space, education rooms and a museum store. Chief Seattle Days is a three-day public festival established in 1911 to honor Chief Seattle, the famous leader of the Suquamish for whom the city of Seattle is named. Many of the same activities from the 1911 celebration are featured today, including the traditional salmon bake, canoe races, baseball tournaments, drumming and dancing, and a memorial service for Chief Seattle at his gravesite in Suquamish. Festivities also include a Coastal Jam, Powwow, Fun Run, craft and food vendors and the Chief Seattle Days Youth Royalty Pageant. A three minute drive from the heart of Suquamish will bring you to the Clearwater Casino Resort. You’ll find everything you need for a getaway, conference, wedding, golf tournament, and more. As the only waterfront Casino Resort in the Seattle area, you’ll find a wide array of luxurious amenities. A 183 room Hotel-Resort, full service spa, high tech meeting spaces, five restaurants, four bars, entertainment, 18 hole golf course and the excitement of casino nightlife with table games, slots, keno, poker and much more. In keeping with the vision of the Suquamish people and Chief Seattle, the resort and surrounding area celebrate Northwest Native American culture and tradition. Salish artwork and historical images are featured throughout the property where guests can learn about the distinct history and culture of the Suquamish Tribe. www. silverdalechamber .com



Naval Base Kitsap (NBK), located in Kitsap County, Washington, is the largest naval installation in the Commander Navy Region Northwest (CNRNW) Area of Responsibility, and is the third largest installation Navy wide. Formed in 2004, it includes the former Naval Submarine Base Bangor, Naval Station Bremerton, and Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Keyport, as well as Manchester Fuel Depot, Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB), Jackson Park Housing Complex (JPHC) and satellite properties in Washington and Alaska. NBK provides excellent service, programs and facilities to meet the needs of hosted warfighting commands, tenant activities, crews, employees, and service member families. NBK is conceivably the most complex base in the Navy, hosting approximately 70 tenant commands including Strategic Weapons Facility Pacific, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, NUWC Keyport, CNRNW, and Submarine Group 9. NBK provides base operating services to homeported fleet units including all current classes of submarines as well as nuclear aircraft carriers. NBK provides critical infrastructure not commonly found elsewhere to support a world-class shipyard, a Marine Corps Security force of approximately 1,200 individuals, the largest U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Force Protection Unit in the nation, the largest Navy underground fuel storage facility in the continental U.S., a heavyweight and lightweight torpedo facility, and unmanned underwater vehicle research and testing facilities. NBK and its surrounding area of influence has $10.6 billion in infrastructure including 25 piers and moorings, 1,850 buildings, and seven drydocks, including the only CVN capable drydock on the west coast, and a drydock certified for loaded SSBNs. Located approximately 20 miles west of Seattle, it includes over 11,000 acres, 60% of which is forested. The annual payroll is $2.1 billion with a local economic impact of $4 billion, providing approximately 50% of Kitsap County’s economy. There are nearly 17,100 civil service and 14,400 military personnel employed at NBK. NBK, and its supported commands, seamlessly integrate with the surrounding communities. Our sailors, civilian employees and their families reside, work, and take part in a variety of community activities in these areas. NBK builds and sustains working relationships with our community partners and uses its available permissions and resources to improve the quality of life for our Sailors, Marines, Civilian workforce and their families and our surrounding communities. NBK, along with its supported


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commands, has a dedicated group of Sailors and personnel who are involved in several community organizations and volunteer for community improvement and stewardship events and projects. NBK encourages local government agencies and community organizers to reach out and offer volunteer opportunities benefiting both the community and our Sailors and personnel. In addition to traditional community outreach, NBK, and its supported commands, participate in environmental stewardship, environmental research, and conservation and restoration projects throughout the Puget Sound. NBK is the largest conservationfunding partner in the Hood Canal. Through our Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program, the Navy and our partners have protected more than 13,400 acres of working forests and high-value habitat vital to Puget Sound’s protection and recovery. This includes protection of the riparian corridors for the Dosewallips and Duckabush Rivers, which benefits salmon recovery. In addition, the Navy procured the largest aquatic easement in the world (as of August 2018) in Hood Canal to protect the shoreline along Jefferson and Kitsap Counties from incompatible industrial development, 4,804 acres of submerged lands along the western shore and 2,804 acres of submerged lands along the eastern shore spanning over 100 miles of shoreline in Hood Canal. The U.S. Naval Undersea Museum, as part of NBK, is located in Keyport and is the Navy’s official museum for all things undersea! The museum is one of ten Navy museums located throughout the country displaying the Navy’s rich history. Since 1991, we have explored the undersea Navy’s innovations, achievements, tragedies, and lessons learned. The museum strives to connect veterans, active-duty Sailors, and our national audience with the history, technology, and operations of the undersea Navy. Through artifacts, exhibits, and educational programs, we tell the stories of the exceptional people and cutting-edge technology defining the Navy’s undersea communities. The museum’s exhibits introduce the Navy’s undersea history and operations. Come discover the wide range of activities that happen undersea! Visitors of all ages can enjoy handson interactives throughout the exhibits exploring the Navy’s Marine Mammal Program, undersea vehicles, diving technology, strategic deterrence, submariner rescue, mine warfare, torpedo technology, and more! In addition to its exhibits, the museum offers a family learning area and hosts free family-friendly education programs and events throughout the year. The U.S. Naval Undersea Museum is located at 1 Garnett Way, Keyport, WA 98345. Call 360-396-4148 or visit http://www. for more information. The museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (except Tuesdays October through April). for more information. The museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (except Tuesdays October through April).

In addition to the Undersea Museum, the Puget Sound Navy Museum (PSNM) in Bremerton collects, preserves, and details the naval heritage of the Pacific Northwest. Explore the naval history of the region and experience life as a Sailor through exhibits about the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, modern aircraft carriers, local patrol boats, and much more. Be sure to visit our Family Discovery Room, designed especially for children and families!

PSNM is always looking for volunteers to help running the front desk and the gift shop and educating the public on our nation’s proud military heritage. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and to serve the public!

PSNM is located at 251 1st ST, Bremerton, WA 09337. The museum offers FREE educational programs featuring science, technology, engineering, art, and other hands-on learning activities for learners of all ages. Call 360-479-7447 or visit

Admission to this official U.S. Navy museum is free. For additional information concerning Naval Base Kitsap as a whole, please go to the following website: mil/regions/cnrnw/installations/navbase_kitsap.html

MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE OF THE SILVERDALE CHAMBER! The Military Affairs Committee are active members from the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce. Our mission is to serve those who serve us! Military Appreciation Day: is our major event held yearly in Spring. The purpose of this family friendly event is to help our Military get to know local businesses and service industries that are here. During this event we giveaway fantastic prizes. Little Hero’s: Are the children of active duty service members. We have provided, educational items, such as Stem tools, books, science labs, special weighted blankets, reading blocks, just to name a few. All daycare centers are located on base in Kitsap County. Hero’s with PTSD: We funded dog training to assist a service member to adapt into civilian life while struggling with PTSD. Sadie was trained along side of her handler for a year through, “All American Assistance Dogs”,. Now that Sadie is well trained she is now aware when her owner symptoms arise. Operation Beauty: Beauty: Is in event designed to provide an opportunity for active duty service members E5 and below. Our goal is to offer a wonderful experience. Services we provided were facials, hair consulting, massage therapist, make-up consultants, just to name a few. Swag bags handed out with hundred of dollars in products and services. Sailor, Marine & Coast Guards: We honor these fine outstanding service member every quarter. The base commands seek out the best of the best. Our local businesses support with fantastic gift cards for eateries and service. We are also supported by Angela Sell, AAMS Edward Jones Financial Advisor, and Jeff Reed with State Farm Insurance Agency Inc. Navy Wives Club of America Kitsap #46: Through this club we supported the purchase of over 65 wreaths honoring our service member who have passed on. These wreaths are purchased through “Wreaths of America”,. A ceremony is held yearly in December at Ivy Green Cemetery in Bremerton. www. silverdalechamber .com


Alphabetical Index 1ST SECURITY BANK Jennifer Strong 10574 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-5601

360 Event Rental Supply Leif Wagner 4942 State hwy 303 NE Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 471-5005

Acupuncture & Wellness Center, PS Tom Taylor

18870 NE 8th Avenue, Suite 108 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 394-4357

Admire Medical Aesthetics Karen Markovich 3636 NW Byron Street Suite 102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 271-9712

Air Masters, Inc. Lena Price

1340 Lumsden Rd, Suite 130 Port Orchard, WA 98367 (360) 895-2527

Alan Koxlien Alan Koxlien

Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 698-6906

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Michelle Clayton

2890 NW Bucklin Hill Road Suite 110 Silverdale, WA 98383 (206) 239-3895

All Floors and More Carolyn McBride

11800 Clear Creek Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-5558


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All Star Lanes & Casino* Terry Foster 10710 Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-5760

Alliance of Women Owned Businesses (AWOB) Patty Milligan

4810 Point Fosdick Drive NW PMB 39 Gig Harbor, WA 98335 (360) 473-6627

Aloha Kitchen & Custom Catering Lori LaFontaine

10408 Silverdale Way NW Suite 109 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-9740

American Family InsuranceThe Tim Lopez Agency Lauren Picard 9414 Ridgetop Blvd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 536-9088

American Laser Works* Nelson Wagner

Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 871-3738

Anne Peters Art and Design Anne Peters

Aviation Institute of Maintenance Yvette Wilson

(757) 409-0369

Avon Tera Clendennen Independent Sales Representative Tera Clendennen

P.O. 6706 Silverdale, WA 98315 (360) 698-2504

Azteca Mexican Restaurants Juan (Carlos) De Luna 2936 NW Bucklin Hill Rd. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2200

B & B Auto & Truck Repair Joel Baxter 299 National Ave Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 377-0682

Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce Rex Oliver

395 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (206) 842-3700

Barry Doll Agency Debbie Doll

(253) 225-3380

PO Box 721 Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 692-7232

ARCO AMPM Eric LeVaughn Stubbert

BECU James Wilder

9630 Ridgetop Blvd Silverdale, WA 98383 (909) 293-7588

Ashley Homestore Vanessa Fuentes 9577 Ridgetop Blvd NW Silverdale , WA 98383 (360) 307-7997

Aspect Foundation Jodi Moore

(360) 874-9292

9995 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (206) 214-1485

Ben Bridge Jeweler Victoria Nickerson 10315 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-3055

Benefit Solutions NorthWest Matthew Brown 1327 N Callow Ave Bremerton, WA 98312 (425) 876-6614

Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel Danielle Karrmann 3073 NW Bucklin Hill Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-1000

Beth Wolfe Global Solutions, LLC Beth Wolfe Poulsbo, WA 983870 (360) 340-4777

Blu Berry Frozen Yogurt Veronica Schronce

9989 Silverdale Way NW Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-6658

Blue Nest Home Sheila Perreault

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 551-4831

Blue Sky Printing Melissa Smith

19036 NE Front Street Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-2681

BNI PNW Micki Peak

PO Box 1538 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 649-6589

Brandman University Jennifer Perryman

1042 Tautog Circle Silverdale, WA 98315 (360) 779-2040

Bremerton Chamber of Commerce Denise Frey

409 Pacific Ave Suite 207 Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 479-3579

Bremerton Historic Ships Association John Hanson 300 Washington Beach Ave. Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 792-2457

Bremerton Ice Center LLC Ann Baharie 1950 Homer Jones Dr Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 479-7465

Bridgeford & Wallace Country Financial Jennifer Bridgeford

3594 Bryon Street Suite 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-4940 https://representatives.countryfinancial. com/jennifer.bridgeford/

Budeez Jennye Wemhoff

2111 E. 11th St. Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 627-7674

Buffalo Wild Wings Larry Jackson

10315 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-5397

Caliber Home Loans Aimee Dennis

9226 Bayshore Dr NW, Suite 200 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 979-4000 Caliber-Branch/washington/silverdale

Camp Bow Wow Jane Rodriguez

11762 Clear Creek Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 813-3130

Carpet Recovery Ryan Snook

(360) 865-9829

Cascade Natural Gas Chris Bossard 6313 Kitsap Way Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 405-4224

Cavalon Aesthetics at the Doctors Clinic Cassandra Olsen 2011 NW Myhre Place Suite 202 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 830-1705

Centering Massage Connie Weisel

3100 NW Bucklin Hill Road, Suite 122 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-7800

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue John Oliver 5300 NW Newberry Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 447-3550

Central Kitsap Food Bank Chris Benson

Coffee Urge Oscar Garcia

3537 NW Anderson Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-9818

Silverdale, WA 98383 (321) 295-4067

Columbia Bank Heather Campana

Central Kitsap Reporter Terry Ward (360) 308-9161

Central Kitsap School District Erin Prince 9210 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-1610

Christina Taylor Independent Beauty Consultant Christina Taylor Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 808-7319

Chung’s Teriyaki Silverdale Chung Nguyen 3111 NW Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-1205

10100 NW Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-8218

Comcast Business James Battle

410 Valley Ave NW Puyallup, WA 98371 (253) 225-9772

Commercial Driver School Jody Armstrong 1386 SE Lund Ave #3 Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 373-1114

Concierge Nurse Advocate Cassandra Moore Seabeck , Wa 98380 (360) 620-6546

Clear Creek RV Center Jim Fisher

Connection Credit Union Scott Prior

Cloverleaf Bar & Grill, LLC Anna Ma

Costco Wholesale Shyla Westbrook

11572 Clear Creek Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-1098

1240 Holis St Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 377-8516

10700 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-6400 x 6417

10000 NW Mickelberry Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-1140

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Country Financial-Kyle Wooten Kyle Wooten

9330 Silverdale Way Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 535-5009

Country Meadows, an Encore Community Candy Lee 12169 NW Country Meadows Lane Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-1228

Creekside Cabinet and Design Brad Moore 3276 NW Plaza Road, Suite111 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-7070

Cross Creek Self Storage Amber Pettit

10661 Old Frontier Rd NW Suite 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-1111

CSTOCK Brandon Myers

(360) 692-9940

Dana’s Heating Inc. Mandy Pieze 2181 Chico Way NW Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 876-7670

David Lee State Farm Agent David Lee 10868 NW Myhre Place, Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-5550

Debbie Gilman Photography Debbie Gilman

Seabeck, WA 98380 (360) 471-6036

Defy Silverdale Delinda Hernandez

2222 NW Bucklin Hill RD Silverdale, WA 98383 (559) 905-7475 contact/


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Denise Steele Independent Scentsy Consultant Denise Steele Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 621-0813

Denture Essentials Corp. Amy Varshock 3100 NW Bucklin Hill Rd ste. 104 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 434-4429

Details Property Management, CRMC Heidi Hartman, MPM, RMP 3378 NW Lowell St. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 535-8104

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap Co Mary Hancock 9004 Washington Ave NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-0968

Domestic Violence Ends Here, DVEH Lauralee Dickerson Silverdale, WA 98383 (307) 315-4754

Domino’s Pizza* Greg Keller

2600 NW Randall Way, Suite 117 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4040

Dragon’s Hoard Games LLC Sandra Odell 3100 Northwest Bucklin Hill Rd. #110 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-3550

DTmicro Inc. Dave Tucker

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 731-3830

Dynamic Video Creations Nicole Snyder Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-1727

Eclectic Home Furnishings Weston Sunnenberg

9991 Mickelberry Rd NW #102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-0543 furnishing

Edward Jones - Jason Wright Jason Wright

3505 NW Anderson Hill Road Suite 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 286-2477

Edward Jones Investments Joseph Kochera Joseph Kochera 9951 Mickelberry RD Suite 225 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 633-7482

Edward Jones/Angela Sell Angela Sell 10689 Old Frontier Rd NW Suite 231 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-7408

Edward Jones-Calvin Christensen Calvin Christensen

3100 Bucklin Hill Rd Suite 115 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-6092

Elizabeth’s House of Wax, Inc. Elizabeth Barnes 9020 Washington Ave NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 620-0697

Emerald IT Services Patrick Haskins Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 453-7295

Episcopal Retirement Communities Beverly Maine

703 Callahan Drive Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 479-2883

Equilibrium Natural Health, LLC Cy Fisher 9481 Bayshore Drive NW Suite 103A Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-4141

Evergreen Home Loans Ryan Christian

2021 NW Myhre Road, Ste 112 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-6440

Evergreen Home Loans/Frank Ellerbroek Frank Ellerbroek 2021 NW Myhre Suite 112 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 930-3376

Everything Furry Plus, LLC Tina Bailey (360) 830-4797

Excell Puget Sound Shannon Bruce

Bremerton , WA 98310 (360) 308-8292

eXp Realty - Oliveto Group Silas Oliveto (360) 340-5537

Express Employment Professionals Kristal Thomas

4545 Auto Center Way B2 Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 479-4756

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation Sarahfina Perry

9307 Bay Shore Dr. NW #100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 949-1580 Locations/Washington/Silverdale-2915

FarmlandPets Shannon Munro - Randall 9000 Silverdale Way NW P.O. Box 302 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-0415

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FedEx Office Ryan Phelan

10854 NW Myhre Pl Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-7099

Ferguson & Cole, Inc Brian Cole

26221 PIONEER WAY NW SUITE 100 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-4665

Fillabong Ayla Savage

2839 Kitsap Place Suite A Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-0353 filabong Guy Littlefield

605 S. Charleston Ave W Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 229-6386

First Federal KristiAnn Stecker

3035 Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-2341

Four Seasons Pools & Spas Nancy Latham 9165 Ridgetop Blvd NW #B Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6678

Fusion Creative Works Shiloh Schroeder WA (800) 707-3988

Gary Bowlby Photography Gary Bowlby 9585 NW Silverdale Loop Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-0600

Gary Gartin Gary Gartin (360) 265-9540

Geico Insurance Kevin Krieger

10705 Silverdale Way NW, Suite 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-1117

Good Property Management & Real Estate Sales, Inc. Lana Bercot 3100 NW Bucklin Hill Road, Suite 107 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2464

Goodwill - Silverdale Betsy McFeely

10001 NW Mickelberry Road NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-5378

Gordon Sound Gus Housen

9476 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-2957

Grocery Outlet - Bargain Market James Gochmansky 9451 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-4140

Harbor Audiology Isha Ranada

3100 NW Bucklin Hill Road, Suite 103 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6650

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Harrison Medical Center Rosie Apalisok

1800 NW Myhre Road Mail Stop 319-38 Silverdale, WA 98383 (253) 680-8887

Haselwood Family YMCA Harold Shea 3909 NW Randall Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-9622

Have-A-Space Sheila Perreault

10049 NW Kitsap Mall Blvd #305 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 328-2298

Hawks View Insurance Hauke Hansen

3647 NW Byron St Suite 300 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-8008

Holly Ridge Center Roxanne Bryson 5112 NW Taylor Road Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 373-2536

Home Depot #4716 Tammy Rasmussen

10991 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-9200

Hope Clinic Dodie Bailey

9633 Levin Road NW Suite 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2390

Hops n Drops Stan

3171 NW Bucklin Hill Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-7700

Irene’s Photo & Design Irene Beckham

1700 Mile Hill Dr. Suite 121 Port Orchard , WA 98366 (360) 621-4382

Irene’s School of Dance Irene Miller 3390 NW Bucklin Hill Rd. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4395

Kingston Chamber of Commerce Colleen Carey

10300 Silvedale Way NW Suite P109 Silverdale, WA 98383 (956) 410-4797

(831) 535-2368

Heidi’s Teriyaki Express Bao-Toan(Alex) Ly

Immediate Clinic Poulsbo Jody Bethel

Jersey Mike’s Subs Jeffrey Gates

Infinity Real Estate Brittney Bell

Jim Lee Martin Jim Martin

Hempworx David Gonzalez

(360) 286-9539

Herb Pharm Oils Monica Phillips Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 471-8219

Hill Worldwide Moving Services Debbie Hill 26394 Pioneer Way NW Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-3969


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5775 Soundview Dr Ste 202-B Gig Harbor, WA 98335 (360) 731-7177

InHealth Imaging, LLC Lukas Henne 20700 Bond Road NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 598-3141

Inspirus Credit Union Cristen Courtemanche 5363 Auto Center Way Bremerton, WA 98311 (888) 628-4010

(360) 551-8959

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Chad Hawley

12500 NW Camp Court NW Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-1212

11493 Clearcreek Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 204-5488

20730 Bond Rd NE Ste 140 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-1957

Keller Williams RealtyRusslyn Clark Russlyn Clark

KettleFish Kirstin Johnson

Jeff Reed Insurance Agency Inc. State Farm Insurance Co. Jeff Reed

3014 NW Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-0060

9939 Mickelberry Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6102

Island Lake Camp John Sharrett

Hwy 420 Annette Atkinson

Hayli Hiebert Marketing Portfolio Hayli Hiebert

Kathy Olsen - Windermere RE/WSI Kathy Olsen

8890 NW Pacific Ave. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-8029

11065 Pacific Crest Place NW Suite B109 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 204-5181

(360) 440-7084

Jolly Sienda Photography Jolly Sienda

WA 98310 (240) 899-5295

Judy Bowlby Special Occasion Hair/Makeup Judy Bowlby (360) 286-9956

Just Between Friends Bremerton Roberta Nelson Silverdale, WA 98383 (253) 376-2888

3607 NW Byron St Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-9611

25923 Washington Blvd Kingston, WA 98346 (360) 297-3813

Kitsap Bank April Onofre

10488 NW Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-9325

Kitsap Building Association Russ Shiplet 5251 Auto Center Way Bremerton, WA 98370 (360) 479-5778

Kitsap Community Resources Irmgard Davis 845 8th Street Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 478-2301

Kitsap Conference Center Lindsey Sinner

100 Washington Ave. Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 377-3785

Kitsap County Commissioners Ed Wolfe 619 Division Street Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 337-7080

Kitsap County Parks Department Billie Schmidt

1195 NW Fairgrounds Road Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 337-5350

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office/Admin Steve Duckworth 3951 Randall Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 337-7101

Kitsap Credit Union Kristin Backs 9481 NW Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 662-2000

Kitsap Dental Manda Hern

20730 NE Bond Rd. Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-2420

Kitsap Economic Development Alliance John Powers 2021 NW Myhre Rd #100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 377-9499

Kitsap Family Wellness, LLC Sandy Quinn 3587 NW Anderson Hill Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 434-7097

Kitsap Golf & Country Club Paula Williams 3885 NW Golf Club Hill Road Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 377-0166

Kitsap Great Escape Joseph Marcello

9481 Silverdale Way NW Suite #205 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 633-7512

Kitsap Humane Society Rosemary Shaw 9167 NW Dickey Road NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6977

Kitsap Kids’ Directory Crista Magneson (360) 813-3150

Kitsap Mall Angie Pomeroy

10315 NW Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2555

Kitsap Physical Therapy & Sports Clinic Jarel Bakke 2400 NW Myhre Rd. # 102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-1834

Kitsap Public Utility District #1 Rita Flaherty 1431 NW Finn Hill Rd Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-7656

Kitsap Regional Library, Silverdale Ashley Oaksmith 3450 NW Carlton Street Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-2779

Kitsap SCORE Ken Sethney

(360) 328-1380

Kitsap Sea Hawkers Booster Club Bill Ozuna Silverdale, WA 98383 (760) 840-7328

Kitsap Tennis and Athletic Center Katrina Fulkerson 1909 N.E. John Carlson Road Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 692-8075

KMP Moneypenny Group Amanda Smith 9564 Silverdale Way Ste 202 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 286-6772

Kuresman Insurance Mark Maberry

Life Long Dental 3100 NW Bucklin Hill Road, Suite 209

9321 Bay Shore Drive, Suite 111 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6131

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 633-2377

Land Title Company Steve Green

Life Wave Stem Cell Patches Kayla Wentworth

9657 Levin Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-2233

(360) 621-8108

Lighthouse Cove Property Management Chrysztyna Rowek

Law Office of Lynn K. Fleischbein, P.S. Lynn Fleischbein

3656 NW Munson St Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-3829

3212 NW Byron St Ste 106 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4000

Lila Riddle Lila Riddle

Law Office of Richard Shattuck Richard Shattuck

Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 377-9255

9057 Washington Ave NW #104 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-5560

Leadership Kitsap Foundation Katie Walters 645 4th St Suite 101 Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 782-1058

Ledeana Strand ReMax Town and Country Ledeana Strand 435 SW Sedgwick Road #101 Port Orchard, WA 98367 (206) 940-4039

Liberty Bay Auto Center Heather Patton 20201 Front Street NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-4066

Liberty Bay Bank Tony Fyrqvist

19917 Seventh Ave NE Suite 101 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-4567

9623 Provost Rd #101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-8504

Lisa Stirrett Glass Art Studio Lisa Stirrett 9536 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-5472

LIUNA Local 252 Chuck Moe

Levitt Home Inspections LLC Aaron Levitt (360) 689-3843 http://www.

LINE - X of Silverdale/Truck Gear 4X4 Deanna Kreshka

11871 Silverdale Way NW, Suite 111 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-4073

LoanDepot Marcy Richards

4550 NW Newberry Hill Rd Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 979-5104 silverdale-wa

Lockheed Martin Space System Bethany Gray NBK Bangor Silverdale, WA 98315-6429 (360) 396-8700

www. silverdalechamber .com


LPL Financial at Kitsap Credit Union Rick Soper 6651 State Hwy 303 Bremerton , WA 98370 (360) 662-2194

Lucky Star Consignment Clothing Stacy Patrick 9551 Ridgetop Blvd Suite 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-7499

Macy’s Jamey Cole

10315 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-6000

Macy’s Furniture Gallery Tammy Weger-Wiedmaier 3102 NW Randall Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-6801

Marcoa Publishing, LLC Leonard Daniel 9955 Black Mountain Rd San Diego, CA 92126 (206) 227-6430

Margaret Loveless, Melaleuca Marketing Executive Margaret Loveless Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 710-6485

Marine Corps League Detachment 531 Jason Selby 2315 Burwell St Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 265-3224

Martha & Mary Tammy Palodichuk

19160 Front St. NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-7500

Mary West Network Mary West

WA (360) 509-3784


Heartbeat of K itsap

Matt Ryan Matt Ryan

Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 692-0186

Maynard’s Restaurant Inc. Maynard (J.J.) Meland 2251 NW Bucklin Hill Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 200-1995

McCloud’s Grill House Andrew Graham

2901 Perry Ave Unit 13 Bremerton , WA 98310 (360) 271-8266

MCS Counseling Group Julie Canterbury 9633 Levin Rd NW Ste 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-5883

Meals on Wheels Kitsap Deborah Horn

2817 Wheaton Way Suite 208 Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 377-8511

Mentor Company Jennifer Mentor Mills

9330 Silverdale Way NW, Ste. 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-3079

Miss Poulsbo Miss Kitsap Miss Silverdale Scholarship Org Michele Wasson 5109 NW Discovery Ridge CT Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-3553

MOD Pizza Elizabeth Rice

11065 Pacific Crest Place NW Building B Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 204-5641

Molly Ells-Windermere Real Estate West Sound, Inc Molly Ells 9939 Mickelberry Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 620-2690

Morgan Stanley Glenn Coates

2011 NW Myhre Rd Suite 301 Silverdale , WA 98383 (360) 613-1995

Movement Mortgage Karen Thomas

Northwest Sports Physical Therapy Monica Sorensen 9414 Ridgetop Blvd NW Ste 106 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 286-2647

3888 NW Randall Way Suite 203 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 558-3117

Nurse Solutions Consulting Svc LLC Clare Kranstover

MultiCare Maternal Fetal Medicine Penny Lytle


1780 NW Myhre Rd Suite G220 Silverdale, WA 98383 (253) 403-9200

Nature Works Kitsap Stem Cells Hans-Thomas Richter

17791 Fjord DR NE # 214A Poulsbo, WA 98370 (206) 651-5210

Navy Federal Credit Union Harold Hartley 3340 NW Randall Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (888) 842-6328

Navy League BremertonOlympic Peninsula Council Robert Battin

(808) 747-5201

1296 NE Mt Olympus Lane Bremerton, WA 98311 (206) 465-5015

Oak Fern Consulting John Matthews 3377 Bethel Rd SE STE 107 Box 172 Port Orchard, WA 98366 (425) 243-4394

Office Depot** Lauren Bloom

One Woodward Ave Suite 1900 Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 300-4316

Old Town Silverdale Historical District Monica Downen

(360) 621-1011

3472 NW Byron ST Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2991

Nepsis Inc. Puget Sound Matt Auspurger

Olympic College* Shawn Devine

(360) 566-2264

New American Funding Thomas Clifford

9481 Silverdale Way Suite 111 Silverdale , WA 98383 (800) 450-2010 ext 4412 Silverdale

North Mason Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Center Stephanie Rowland

30 NE Romance Hill Rd. Ste. 103 Belfair, WA 98528 (360) 275-4267

1600 Chester Ave. Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 475-7106

Olympic Pre-Sort, Inc. Lynn Hughes

3665 NW Chico Way, Suite B Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 377-2552

One Light Alliance Michael Maniloff

509 4th street, #15 Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 362-1720

Optavia Debbie Gonzalez

(360) 509-6020

Orenda CBD Annette Atkinson

10315 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 850-5809

Parker Mooers & Cena CPA, PS Johnie Hawkins

9222 NW Bay Shore Drive, Suite 150 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-8808

Past President Ken Hermanson WA

Our Place Pub & Eatery Jodi Derry 9322 NW Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-0340

Outlook Writing and Design Pamela White (360) 710-8786

Oxford Suites Steven Gear

9550 Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-9550

Pacific Northwest TitleVickie Lawrence Vickie Lawrence 2021 NW Myhre Road, Suite 300 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4141

Panera Bread Aimee Gray

9995 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-6801

PC Networks Inc Paul Clemmons

13825 Crestview Cir NW Silverdale, Washington 98383 (360) 649-8127

Peninsula Services- All Shred Andrea Johnston 5800 Werner Rd Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 627-9841

Penny & Team @ John L Scott Megan Ocampo 19723 10th Ave NE Suite 200 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (206) 618-5123

Pickett Property Management Inc. Jodi Rose

9601 Provost Road, Suite 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-7840

Port of Silverdale Theresa Haaland

Pangea Gardenscapes,LLC Joe Machcinski

(360) 990-3035

3550 NW Byron St. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-4918

Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce 1014 Bay St. #8

Rancho Storage Center Silverdale - Inlet View Self Storage Lori Boe

Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 876-3505

9950 Mickelberry Road N.W. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-2404

Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce Sue Allison

Randall Way Storage Noel Panilagao

19735 10th Ave NE #100 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 779-4848

3442 NW Randall Way SIlverdale, Washington 98383 (360) 698-8080

Powerfully Simple HR & Leadership Cortney Stehlik-Freeman

Randy Biegenwald CPA PS Randy Biegenwald

(206) 834-6684

3571 NW Byron Street Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4424

Puget Sound Energy Kelsey Hulse

Red Umbrella Prop Shop and Photography Studio Teri Fisher

6522 KItsap Way Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 475-7045

(360) 627-9547

Punt Physiotherapy Center Robert Punt

Reid Property Management LLC Loren Johnson

Quality Inn & Suites Renee Mims

Reliable Storage Emma Reece

Radwick & Lightle Justin Foltz

Renee Overath Renee Overath

9228 RidgetopBlvd NW Ste 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-8449

9734 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-7777

10049 Kitsap Mall Blvd NW Suite 305 Silverdale, Washington 98383 (425) 771-8101

9564 Silverdale Way Ste 200 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-4026

9505 Provost Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-2066

Renewal by Anderson Zoe Rohaly 98383 (206) 451-0525

Auto, Fire, Health, & Business Insurance

Jeff Reed Ins Agcy Inc

Silverdale: 360-692-2233 Port Orchard: 360-876-0450 Providing Title and Escrow Services since 1968 - right in your backyard!

Jeff E Reed, Agent 8890 Pacific Ave NW Silverdale, WA 98383 Bus: 360-698-8029


State Farm, Bloomington, IL 1211999

www. silverdalechamber .com


Reprospace LLC Ingemar Anderson

1450 NW Finn Hill Road Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-2286

Rita Nicholson Rita Nicholson (360) 271-6948

Rotary Club of Silverdale Elayne Burton Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-7040

Royal Valley LLC Nadine Ross 905 NE Paulson Rd Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 633-2616

Ryan, Montgomery & Armstrong, Inc. P.S. Scott Shoemaker

9657 NW Levin Road , Suite 240 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-8860

Salt and Pepper Coaching Bonnie Mcvee

Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 621-3695

Sangha Nagna LLC Harvir Sangha

10600 Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 328-2085 (240) 899-5295 Jolly Sienda Photography


Heartbeat of K itsap

3647 NW Byron Street, Suite 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6115

Staples James Nuss

2850 NW Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-0777

SERVPRO of Kitsap County Terry McCann

Silverdale Ridge Apartments Michelle Farrales

Stedman Bee Supplies, Inc. Barbara Stedman

Shelton/Mason County Chamber of Commerce Heidi McCutcheon

Silverdale Technology LLC Nick Foy

Stellar Celebrations Katie Brown

9130 Washington Ave. Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-0781

3439 State Highway 3 West Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 373-1290

215 W Railroad Ave Shelton , WA 98584 (360) 426-2021

Silverdale Chamber of Commerce Kathleen Gordon

We specialize in photographing portraiture, weddings and engagements, and commercial photography for business websites and marketing.

Silverdale Eyecare Center Mike McCown

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 204-0365

Silverdale Fleet Reserve Branch #310 Doug Snodgrass

9080 Silverdale Way, Suite 102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-2293

based on the Kitsap Peninsula, offers experienced and trusted photography services delivering superior quality to capture your visual story.

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 981-0966

StandUp for kids Margaret Rodriguez

Seaport Salon & Spa Jennifer Horne

Silverdale Auto License Agency, Inc. Keith Svenson

Jolly Sienda Photography

Silverdale Dandy Lions Carla Larson

10315 Silverdale Way NW Kitsap Mall Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6800

Silverdale Chiropractic Health & Injury Center Richie Dinubilo 9414 NW Ridgetop Blvd, Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-0250

Silverdale Cyclery David Brumsickle

9242 Silverdale Wy NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-5508

11281 Old Frontier Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 731-6029

1501 NW Ambercrest Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-7174

(360) 330-4508

Silverdale Water District Morgan Johnson 5300 NW Newberry Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 447-3500

Silverdale Wellness Center Dionne Joseph 9220 Ridgetop Blvd Ste 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-0930

Smith Brothers Farms Donna Needles

26401 79th Ave. S Kent, WA 98032 (877) 645-5626

Southern Illinois University Taylor Allen 1042 Tautog Circle Silverdale, WA 98315 (360) 779-4691

Spring Hill Press LLC Don Matthews

16300 Lawrence #2130 Mt. Vernon, MO 65712 (800) 627-8141

Starnes Chiropractic Shaun Huntington

9050 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale , WA 98383 (360) 698-0315

3763 NW Anderson Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-9453

4942 State Hwy 303 NE Bremerton , WA 98311 (360) 471-5005

Steven Boe Windermere Steven Boe 9939 Mickelberry Rd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 204-4493

Sugar Studios Crepe Cafe Daleen Grimes

3330 NW Lowell Street Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-6400 weetShop/?ref=bookmarks

Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort Lisa Rodriguez 15347 NE Suquamish Way Suquamish, WA 98392 (360) 598-8700

Taqueria El Huarache Daniel Vazquez

9448 Silverdale Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-8226

Templeton Horton Weibel & Broughton David Weibel 3212 NW Byron St. #101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6415

Texas Glad Rags Inc. Erika Altemose

9611 Mickleberry Road Suite B Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 307-8191

The ARC of the Peninsulas Tari Landsberger 3243 North Perry Ave Bremerton, Washington 98310 (360) 377-3473

The Coffee Oasis David Frederick

837 4th St Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 377-5560

The Doctors Clinic Crystal Anderson

9621 Ridgetop Blvd NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 782-3600

The Game of Rings Mike Bay

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 710-7129

The Glam Team LLC Talia Lincoln Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 286-5249

The Graphics Ranch Laurie Berg

St George, UT 84790 (435) 705-1920

The JWJ Group, LLC Levi Holmes

3599 NW Carlton St. Suite 201 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 626-1146

The Kitsap Sun Tisha Sullivan

545 5th Street Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 792-3350

The Logo Loft John Hunter

Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 394-5638

The Paul Linder Educational Foundation Sue Cory

(360) 271-3275

The Point Casino & Hotel Ian Hay

7989 Salish Lane NE Kingston, WA 98346 (360) 297-0070

The Reserve at Bucklin Hill Michelle Farrales 1255 NW Mirage Lane Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6388

The Right Choice Counseling Service W. Kent Loveless

1740 NE Riddell Rd #170 Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 373-4077

The Tag Zone Johnny Basco

3627 Wheaton Way Suite C Bremerton , WA 98310 (206) 719-4632

The Trails at Silverdale Kathy Semach

11999 Pacific Crest Place Silverdale, WA 98383 (310) 563-6900

Thrivent Financial Joe Davis

2819 Kitsap Place Suite 100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 576-3400

Through-line Coaching & Consulting Donel Steves Port Orchard, WA 98367 (425) 765-3719

Timberland Bank Jenna Collins

US Family Health Plan Mark Slavik

2401 NW Bucklin Hill Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 337-7727 silverdale

1200 12th Ave S Q5 Seattle, WA 98144 (206) 621-4064

Vadis Shauna Euritt

Total Nutrition & Supplements Wilson Holocher

3100 NW Bucklin Hill RD. Suite 205 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-6484

5060 State Highway 303 Suite 110 Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 813-1300

Tractor Supply Kelly Elkins

Valpak of Western Washington West Abrann Harris

Trash Transporter LLC Ryan Denny

VENETO Restorante Italiano Daniel Vasquez

2222NW Bucklin Hill Rd - Unit 110 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-3600

11641 Whitehall Lane SE Olympia, WA 98501 (206) 780-9847

(360) 649-2435

Trillium Employment Services Jenifer Andersen 3501 NW Lowell ST Suite 102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-6659

Vienna Gilman-Lyon Vienna Gilman-Lyon (360) 981-0638

Unique Experience Custom Embroidery, Inc Ron Flemister

Vineyards, The Teresa Harris

7720 NE Vineyards Lane Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 698-3044

623 N Callow Ave. Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 373-2076

Vintage At Silverdale Gina Worden

Unique Local Bazaar Josephine Eichel

3291NW Mount Vintage Way Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 308-9600

10315 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 471-8764

Visit Kitsap Peninsula Brenda Kelley

United Moving & Storage Shauna Washburn

9230 Bayshore Dr. NW, Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383 (800) 377-0580

1770 NE Fuson Road Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 479-4800

United Way of Kitsap County Carl Borg 645 4th Street Ste. 101 Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 377-8505

9468 Silverdale Way NW Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-6394 contact-us.html

Walton Enterprises Intl Harriet Walton Bremerton, WA 98311 (360) 731-9322\hsw

www. silverdalechamber .com


Waterfront Financial Management Brian Felshaw

9615 Levin Road NW Suite #100 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-9000

WAVE Broadband Gary Schrier

4519 SE Mile Hill Drive Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 443-6947

Weaver Foundation Georgia Mattson Memorial Shelter Leann Weaver 4846 Auto Center Way Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 479-9020

Wendy and Gary Chaney Better Properties Western Wa. Gary Chaney 5700 Kitsap Way, Ste. 202 Bremerton, WA 98312 (360) 621-9317

West Sound Recording Rick Cox


Heartbeat of K itsap

12/6/18 10:51 AM

9130 NW Ridgetop Blvd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-4181

Windermere Property Management/West Sound Leah Murtha 9939 Mickelberry Rd Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 516-6243

Windermere Real EstateCarter Dotson Carter Dotson 9939 NW Mickelberry Road Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 692-6102

Woodcreek Apartments Elena Lightbown

West Sound Youth for Christ Phil Daubenspeck

Worksource Kitsap County Mike Robinson

1000 Olympic College Way NW Suite 223 Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 394-2748

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Williams Flower & Gift Will Gross

2188 NE Hostmark Street Leasing Office Poulsbo, WA 98370 (360) 697-1824

Western Washington University Holly Hill

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Port Orchard, WA 98366 (360) 876-7900

3343 Byron Street Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 613-5700

801 Pennsylvania Ave Bremerton, WA 98337 (360) 779-9929

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Wet Apple Media Dee Coppola

1300 Sylvan Way Bremerton, WA 98310 (360) 337-4727

Yacht Club Broiler Brett Hayfield

9226 NW Bayshore Drive, Suite 102 Silverdale, WA 98383 (360) 698-1601

Members by Category Accountants/ Accounting Services

Parker Mooers & Cena CPA, PS (360) 692-8808 Randy Biegenwald CPA PS (360) 692-4424 Acupuncturists Acupuncture & Wellness Center, PS (360) 394-4357 Nature Works - Kitsap Stem Cells (206) 651-5210


Valpak of Western Washington West (206) 780-9847


Royal Valley LLC (360) 633-2616


Silverdale Ridge Apartments (360) 307-7174 The Reserve at Bucklin Hill (360) 692-6388 Vineyards, The (360) 698-3044 Vintage At Silverdale (360) 308-9600 Woodcreek Apartments (360) 697-1824

Art Studio

Lisa Stirrett Glass Art Studio (360) 613-5472


Law Office of Lynn K. Fleischbein, P.S. (360) 692-4000 Law Office of Richard Shattuck (360) 698-5560 Ryan, Montgomery & Armstrong, Inc. P.S. (360) 307-8860

Automobile Parts & Supplies

LINE - X of Silverdale/Truck Gear 4X4 (360) 692-8504

Automobile Repair & Services B & B Auto & Truck Repair (360) 377-0682

Banks & Banking Associations

Carpet and Rug Cleaning & Restoration Carpet Recovery (360) 865-9829

Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort (360) 598-8700 The Point Casino & Hotel (360) 297-0070

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union (206) 239-3895

Chiropractors, D.C.

First Federal (360) 308-2341

Liberty Bay Bank (360) 779-4567

Cleaning Services

Timberland Bank (360) 337-7727

Beauty & Health

Elizabeth’s House of Wax, Inc. (360) 620-0697

Beauty Supplies

Christina Taylor Independent Beauty Consultant (360) 808-7319


Life Long Dental (360) 633-2377

Educational Consultant Aviation Institute of Maintenance (757) 409-0369

Embroidery/Silk Screening Unique Experience Custom Embroidery, Inc (360) 373-2076

Silverdale Technology LLC (360) 330-4508

Conferences and Events


Kitsap County Parks Department (360) 337-5350

Hwy 420 (360) 204-5488


Liberty Bay Auto Center (360) 697-4066

Kitsap Dental (360) 779-2420

Emerald IT Services (360) 453-7295

Fillabong (360) 698-0353

Automobile Dealers

Denture Essentials Corp. (360) 434-4429

Kitsap Golf & Country Club (360) 377-0166


West Sound Recording (360) 613-5700

Irene’s School of Dance (360) 692-4395

Cavalon Aesthetics at the Doctors Clinic (360) 830-1705

Templeton Horton Weibel & Broughton (360) 692-6415

Budeez (360) 627-7674

Navy Federal Credit Union (888) 842-6328

Admire Medical Aesthetics (360) 271-9712

Computer Services & Products

Island Lake Camp (360) 697-1212

Kitsap Credit Union (360) 662-2000

Clinics- Cosmetic Surgery

Bowling Alley

Camps & Retreats

Inspirus Credit Union (888) 628-4010

Dance Instruction


All Star Lanes & Casino* (360) 692-5760

Connection Credit Union (360) 307-6400 x 6417

The Glam Team LLC (360) 286-5249

Clubs - Country, Golf, Tennis

Stedman Bee Supplies, Inc. (360) 692-9453

BECU (206) 214-1485

Silverdale Wellness Center (360) 308-0930 Starnes Chiropractic (360) 698-0315

The Right Choice Counseling Service (360) 373-4077

Credit Unions

Silverdale Chiropractic Health & Injury Center (360) 308-0250

Kitsap Bank (360) 698-9325

MCS Counseling Group (360) 698-5883

Weaver Foundation Georgia Mattson Memorial Shelter (360) 479-9020

Child Care

Martha & Mary (360) 779-7500

Columbia Bank (360) 662-8218

Kitsap Family Wellness, LLC (360) 434-7097


1ST SECURITY BANK (360) 516-5601

Counseling/Mental Health Services/ Psychotherapy

Kitsap Conference Center (360) 377-3785

LIUNA Local 252 (360) 613-4073

Employment Agencies Worksource Kitsap County (360) 337-4727

Employment Agencies Disabled/Non-Profit Holly Ridge Center (360) 373-2536

Trillium Employment Services (360) 698-6659 Vadis (360) 516-6484 www. silverdalechamber .com



Kitsap Great Escape (360) 633-7512

Event Planning Services Gordon Sound (360) 692-2957

Government Contractor Lockheed Martin Space System (360) 396-8700

Graphic Designer

Outlook Writing and Design (360) 710-8786

Stellar Celebrations (360) 471-5005

The Graphics Ranch (435) 705-1920

Financial Services


Thrivent Financial (360) 576-3400

Edward Jones - Jason Wright (360) 286-2477 Edward Jones Investments Joseph Kochera (360) 633-7482 Edward Jones-Calvin Christensen (360) 698-6092

Grocery Outlet - Bargain Market (360) 516-4140 Smith Brothers Farms (877) 645-5626

Hair & Makeup

Judy Bowlby Special Occasion Hair/Makeup (360) 286-9956

Edward Jones/Angela Sell (360) 698-7408

Walton Enterprises Intl (360) 731-9322

LPL Financial at Kitsap Credit Union (360) 662-2194

Health & Wellness

Morgan Stanley (360) 613-1995 Nepsis Inc. Puget Sound (360) 566-2264 Waterfront Financial Management (360) 692-9000

Fire & Water-Cleanup & Restoration SERVPRO of Kitsap County (360) 373-1290

Fire Departments

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue (360) 447-3550


Kitsap Tennis and Athletic Center (360) 692-8075


Williams Flower & Gift (360) 692-4181


Ashley Homestore (360) 307-7997

Concierge Nurse Advocate (360) 620-6546 Equilibrium Natural Health, LLC (360) 698-4141 Hempworx (360) 286-9539 Herb Pharm Oils (360) 471-8219 Immediate Clinic Poulsbo (360) 697-1957 Life Wave Stem Cell Patches (360) 621-8108 Nurse Solutions Consulting Svc LLC (808) 747-5201 NUTRITION WORLD (206) 465-5015 One Light Alliance (360) 362-1720 Optavia (360) 509-6020 Orenda CBD (360) 850-5809 US Family Health Plan (206) 621-4064

Health Foods and Products

Macy’s Furniture Gallery (360) 613-6801

Margaret Loveless, Melaleuca Marketing Executive (360) 710-6485


Total Nutrition & Supplements (360) 813-1300

Kitsap County Commissioners (360) 337-7080 Port of Silverdale (360) 698-4918


Heartbeat of K itsap

Hearing Aid Centers Harbor Audiology (360) 692-6650

Heating & Air Conditioning Sales


Air Masters, Inc. (360) 895-2527

American Family InsuranceThe Tim Lopez Agency (360) 536-9088

Home Entertainment Systems

Benefit Solutions NorthWest (425) 876-6614

PC Networks Inc (360) 649-8127

Home Improvement & Repair All Floors and More (360) 698-5558 Home Depot #4716 (360) 307-9200 Renewal by Anderson (206) 451-0525 Home Inspection Levitt Home Inspections LLC (360) 689-3843

Home Ware- Cabinets

Creekside Cabinet and Design (360) 692-7070 Hospital Harrison Medical Center (253) 680-8887


Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel (360) 698-1000

Barry Doll Agency (360) 692-7232

Bridgeford & Wallace Country Financial (360) 698-4940 Country Financial-Kyle Wooten (360) 535-5009 David Lee State Farm Agent (360) 613-5550 Geico Insurance (360) 692-1117 Hawks View Insurance (360) 308-8008 Jeff Reed Insurance Agency Inc. State Farm Insurance Co. (360) 698-8029 Kuresman Insurance (360) 692-6131 Radwick & Lightle (425) 771-8101

Jewelers - Retail Ben Bridge Jeweler (360) 698-3055

Landscape Contractors

Oxford Suites (360) 698-9550

Pangea Gardenscapes,LLC (360) 990-3035

Quality Inn & Suites (360) 692-7777

Law Enforcement

Housecleaning Services Blue Nest Home (360) 551-4831

HVAC Design and Installation Dana’s Heating Inc. (360) 876-7670 (360) 229-6386

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office/Admin (360) 337-7101

Libraries - Public

Kitsap Regional Library, Silverdale (360) 692-2779

License Services


Silverdale Auto License Agency, Inc. (360) 692-2293

Gary Gartin (360) 265-9540

Mailing Services

Alan Koxlien (360) 698-6906

Jim Lee Martin (360) 440-7084 Lila Riddle (360) 377-9255 Matt Ryan (360) 692-0186 Renee Overath Rita Nicholson (360) 271-6948

FedEx Office (360) 698-7099

Olympic Pre-Sort, Inc. (360) 377-2552

Malls & Shopping Centers Kitsap Mall (360) 698-2555

The Trails at Silverdale (310) 563-6900


Hayli Hiebert Marketing Portfolio (831) 535-2368 Mary West Network (360) 509-3784

Massage Therapy

Aspect Foundation (360) 874-9292 Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce (206) 842-3700 Bremerton Chamber of Commerce (360) 479-3579

Centering Massage (360) 692-7800

Bremerton Historic Ships Association (360) 792-2457

Medical Imaging

Central Kitsap Food Bank (360) 692-9818

InHealth Imaging, LLC (360) 598-3141


Caliber Home Loans (360) 979-4000 Evergreen Home Loans (360) 698-6440 Evergreen Home Loans/Frank Ellerbroek (360) 930-3376 Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation (360) 949-1580 LoanDepot (360) 979-5104 Movement Mortgage (360) 558-3117 New American Funding (800) 450-2010 ext 4412

Moving Services

Hill Worldwide Moving Services (360) 697-3969 Trash Transporter LLC (360) 649-2435 Networking Group BNI PNW (360) 649-6589

New Home Construction

Ferguson & Cole, Inc (360) 779-4665 Kitsap Building Association (360) 479-5778


Central Kitsap Reporter (360) 308-9161 The Kitsap Sun (360) 792-3350

Non-Profit Organizations

Miss Poulsbo Miss Kitsap Miss Silverdale Scholarship Org (360) 698-3553 Alliance of Women Owned Businesses (AWOB) (360) 473-6627

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap Co (360) 698-0968 Domestic Violence Ends Here, DVEH (307) 315-4754 Goodwill - Silverdale (360) 698-5378 Haselwood Family YMCA (360) 698-9622 Kingston Chamber of Commerce (360) 297-3813 Kitsap Community Resources (360) 478-2301 Kitsap Economic Development Alliance (360) 377-9499 Kitsap Humane Society (360) 692-6977 Kitsap Public Utility District #1 (360) 779-7656 Kitsap SCORE (360) 328-1380 Kitsap Sea Hawkers Booster Club (760) 840-7328 Marine Corps League Detachment 531 (360) 265-3224 Meals on Wheels Kitsap (360) 377-8511 Navy League BremertonOlympic Peninsula Council (360) 621-1011 North Mason Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Center (360) 275-4267 Old Town Silverdale Historical District (360) 698-2991 Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce (360) 876-3505 Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce (360) 779-4848 Rotary Club of Silverdale (360) 692-7040

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Shelton/Mason County Chamber of Commerce (360) 426-2021

Everything Furry Plus, LLC (360) 830-4797

Silverdale Chamber of Commerce (360) 692-6800

Pet Supplies

Silverdale Dandy Lions (360) 981-0966 Silverdale Fleet Reserve Branch #310 (360) 731-6029 StandUp for kids (360) 204-0365 The ARC of the Peninsulas (360) 377-3473 The Coffee Oasis (360) 377-5560 The Paul Linder Educational Foundation (360) 271-3275 United Way of Kitsap County (360) 377-8505 Visit Kitsap Peninsula (800) 377-0580 West Sound Youth for Christ (360) 779-9929

Office Supplies Office Depot** (313) 300-4316

Staples (360) 307-0777


FarmlandPets (360) 692-0415


Anne Peters Art and Design (253) 225-3380 Debbie Gilman Photography (360) 471-6036 Gary Bowlby Photography (360) 662-0600 Irene’s Photo & Design (360) 621-4382 Jolly Sienda Photography (240) 899-5295 Red Umbrella Prop Shop and Photography Studio (360) 627-9547

Physical Therapy

Kitsap Physical Therapy & Sports Clinic (360) 613-1834 Northwest Sports Physical Therapy (360) 286-2647 Punt Physiotherapy Center (360) 308-8449

Physicians - MD & DO

Hope Clinic (360) 698-2390

MultiCare Maternal Fetal Medicine (253) 403-9200

Silverdale Eyecare Center (360) 692-6115

The Doctors Clinic (360) 782-3600

Party Equipment & Supplies - Sales & Rentals


360 Event Rental Supply (360) 471-5005

Pet Boarding/Grooming

Domino’s Pizza* (360) 692-4040


Blue Sky Printing (360) 779-2681

Camp Bow Wow (360) 813-3130

Professional Services Excell Puget Sound (360) 308-8292 Have-A-Space (360) 328-2298 Leadership Kitsap Foundation (360) 782-1058 Powerfully Simple HR & Leadership (206) 834-6684 Reprospace LLC (360) 697-2286 Salt and Pepper Coaching (360) 621-3695 Through-line Coaching & Consulting (425) 765-3719

Promotional Printing Services Spring Hill Press LLC (800) 627-8141 The Logo Loft (360) 394-5638

Property Maintenance & Management Pickett Property Management Inc. (360) 698-7840

Reid Property Management LLC (360) 698-4026 Windermere Property Management/West Sound (360) 516-6243

Property Managers Details Property Management, CRMC (360) 535-8104

Good Property Management & Real Estate Sales, Inc. (360) 698-2464 Lighthouse Cove Property Management (360) 698-3829


Kitsap Kids’ Directory (360) 813-3150 Marcoa Publishing, LLC (206) 227-6430 Wet Apple Media (360) 876-7900

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Real EstateCommercial & Residential

Molly Ells-Windermere Real Estate West Sound, Inc (360) 620-2690 Steven Boe Windermere (360) 204-4493

Windermere Real EstateCarter Dotson (360) 692-6102 Real Estate- Commercial Real Estate Sales & Leasing Mentor Company (360) 692-3079

Real Estate Developers The JWJ Group, LLC (360) 626-1146

Real EstateResidential & Property Management Keller Williams RealtyRusslyn Clark (360) 551-8959 Vienna Gilman-Lyon (360) 981-0638

Real EstateResidential Real Estate eXp Realty - Oliveto Group (360) 340-5537 Infinity Real Estate (360) 731-7177 Kathy Olsen - Windermere RE/WSI (360) 692-6102 KMP Moneypenny Group (360) 286-6772 Ledeana Strand ReMax Town and Country (206) 940-4039 Penny & Team @ John L Scott (206) 618-5123 Wendy and Gary Chaney Better Properties Western Wa. (360) 621-9317

Restaurant and Catering

Aloha Kitchen & Custom Catering (360) 307-9740 Azteca Mexican Restaurants (360) 698-2200 Coffee Urge (321) 295-4067 McCloud’s Grill House (360) 271-8266 MOD Pizza (360) 204-5641 Panera Bread (360) 698-6801 Sugar Studios Crepe Cafe (360) 516-6400 Taqueria El Huarache (360) 308-8226 VENETO Restorante Italiano (360) 516-6394 Restaurants Blu Berry Frozen Yogurt (360) 698-6658

Buffalo Wild Wings (360) 698-5397 Chung’s Teriyaki Silverdale (360) 662-1205 Cloverleaf Bar & Grill, LLC (360) 377-8516 Heidi’s Teriyaki Express (360) 662-0060 Hops n Drops (360) 698-7700 Jersey Mike’s Subs (360) 204-5181 KettleFish (360) 692-9611 Maynard’s Restaurant Inc. (360) 200-1995 Our Place Pub & Eatery (360) 698-0340 Sangha Nagna LLC (360) 328-2085

RV Centers

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Trophies and Plaques

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DTmicro Inc. (360) 731-3830

Puget Sound Energy (360) 475-7045

Brandman University (360) 779-2040

WAVE Broadband (360) 443-6947

Silverdale Water District (360) 447-3500

Central Kitsap School District (360) 662-1610


Video Production

Title & Escrow Companies

Web Design

Clear Creek RV Center (360) 692-1098 (360) 698-0781

Schools Colleges & Education

Commercial Driver School (360) 373-1114 Olympic College* (360) 475-7106 Southern Illinois University (360) 779-4691

Yacht Club Broiler (360) 698-1601

Western Washington University (360) 394-2748


Senior Services

ARCO AMPM (909) 293-7588 Avon Tera Clendennen Independent Sales Representative (360) 698-2504 Denise Steele Independent Scentsy Consultant (360) 621-0813 Dragon’s Hoard Games LLC (360) 698-3550 Eclectic Home Furnishings (360) 698-0543 Just Between Friends Bremerton (253) 376-2888 Macy’s (360) 613-6000 Silverdale Cyclery (360) 692-5508 The Game of Rings (360) 710-7129 Tractor Supply (360) 692-3600

Dynamic Video Creations (360) 613-1727

Fusion Creative Works (800) 707-3988

Land Title Company (360) 692-2233 Pacific Northwest Title- Vickie Lawrence (360) 692-4141



Oak Fern Consulting (425) 243-4394


Costco Wholesale (360) 692-1140

Beth Wolfe Global Solutions, LLC (360) 340-4777

United Moving & Storage (360) 479-4800


Four Seasons Pools & Spas (360) 692-6678

Sports Entertainment Defy Silverdale (559) 905-7475

Local Business Lending

The Tag Zone (206) 719-4632

Sports Facility

Bremerton Ice Center LLC (360) 479-7465


Unique Local Bazaar (360) 471-8764

Retail Clothing & Accessories

Storage - Household & Commercial

Texas Glad Rags Inc. (360) 307-8191

Rancho Storage Center Silverdale - Inlet View Self Storage (360) 698-2404

Retirement Center/ Assisted Living

Randall Way Storage (360) 698-8080

Country Meadows, an Encore Community (360) 692-1228

Cascade Natural Gas (360) 405-4224

CSTOCK (360) 692-9940


Peninsula Services- All Shred (360) 627-9841

American Laser Works* (360) 871-3738

Comcast Business (253) 225-9772

Episcopal Retirement Communities (360) 479-2883

Express Employment Professionals (360) 479-4756

Lucky Star Consignment Clothing (360) 692-7499

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service (956) 410-4797

Cross Creek Self Storage (360) 698-1111

Reliable Storage (360) 692-2066


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