in peninsula business A publication of the Peninsula Daily News, produced by the advertising department
February â€˘ 2012
Quality and distinction are what drives this family business My great uncle, Hillman Buchser, began enhancing homes with top-quality products and service in 1928. He welcomed my father, Calvin Buchser, into the growing company in 1946 and was subsequently joined by my sister, Beverly Ullmann, in 1958. The family legacy continued when I joined the business eleven years later. Today my wife, Susie, and son, Daniel, are also involved with Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction, making it truly a family endeavor. The awning and sunroom industry has seen tremendous change in recent years, consistent with the growing demand for energy efficient products. Solar energy research has confirmed that the use of exterior awnings can reduce room temperatures more than 20 degrees, and that sunrooms can provide up to 50 percent savings on heating bills in the winter months. Awnings and sunrooms often add more resale value to a home than the initial cost of installing them. When properly designed, sunrooms create the perfect environment for enjoying the outdoors, indoors. Beautiful glass walls and roofs preserve over 92 percent of a home owner’s outdoor views. Our awnings and solar shades are
easily customized to accommodate the homeowners’ unique needs for protection from sun glare and heat. All of the company’s sun control systems can be made fixed, retractable, motorized or automated for sun and wind control. We have become proficient at transforming nature’s harsh conditions into the most comfortable of living spaces. Homeowners needing more living space, or having problems with sun exposure, find Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction’s products to be an excellent value. The future of the business looks bright because of the continuing advancements in product development and the increase in consumer awareness of energy efficient designs. We remain committed to providing our community with a quality of service that continues to be distinctly professional and personal. We provide free estimates to customers living anywhere between the Hood Canal Bridge and Forks. — Brad Buchser
RIGHT: Daniel Buchser secures a roof on a sunroom in Sequim. BELOW: Susie Buchser and Joanna Baker enjoy time on Joanna's custom patio enclosure built by Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction.
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Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction ................ 2 Angeles Machine Works ................................... 15 Avamere .............................................................. 24 Bar N9NE ............................................................ 26 Betsy L. Flodstrom, M.D. .................................. 19 Brenda’s Bookkeeping ....................................... 17 BSG Enterprises .................................................. 16 Certified Hearing ................................................ 13 Discovery Memory Care ...................................... 8 Dockside Grill ..................................................... 24 Domino’s Pizza .................................................. 14 Don Edgemon of John L. Scott .........................17 Dungeness Courte .............................................. 23 Envy Hair Techniques ....................................... 18 First Federal ......................................................... 7 Gary’s Cars and Trucks ..................................... 25 Glavin Construction .......................................... 28 Haas & Ramirez .................................................... 4 Hadlock Building Supply .................................. 27 Hiline Homes ...................................................... 17 H&R Block ............................................................ 9 Jamestown Family Health Clinic .................... 24
Kenmore Air ......................................................... 5 Kitsap Bank ......................................................... 11 Lisa’s Jewelry ..................................................... 25 Lost Mountain Country ..................................... 23 Mark’D Body Art ................................................ 17 Nails By Sara ...................................................... 16 Northwest Native Expressions ........................... 6 Olympic Game Farm ......................................... 10 Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim .................. 16 Olympic Restaurant Equipment ...................... 25 Pacific Mist Books ............................................. 16 Park View Villas ................................................ 12 Peak Performance Therapy ............................... 23 Peninsula Housing Authority ............................24 Port Angeles Senior Center ................................16 Queens of Green Clean ...................................... 17 Rissa’s Barely Consignment ............................. 17 Rudy’s Automotive ............................................ 26 Sound Community Bank .................................. 23 Sunshine Propane .............................................. 22 TLC Pet Pros ....................................................... 16
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Haas and Ramirez, putting four decades of expertise on your side Attorneys Michael Haas and Samuel Ramirez know personal injury litigation inside and out. Prior to starting their own firm, both men worked for Seattle-based Alexander & Bierman, representing large insurance companies in literally hundreds of personal injury lawsuits. Today they bring that experience to the other side of the table — representing individual clients through their Bainbridge Island and Port Townsend offices. Because they know how insurance companies operate, they know how to combat them professionally, effectively and affordably. Haas & Ramirez strives to provide the highest possible quality legal services to people in Clallam, Jefferson, King, Kitsap and Mason counties. Since 2008, the firm has handled a variety of cases involving millions of dollars in claims. “Accident victims always incur financial loss and our goal is to secure adequate financial compensation at the earliest opportunity,” Ramirez says. “Settlements pay for future medical care and lost wages. These people are hurt physically, they shouldn’t have to take a double hit by being hurt financially, too.” Relatively fresh from insurance defense, Ramirez says he knows the realities of how
Team of attorneys at Haas & Ramirez: Sam Ramirez, Michael Haas and Mindy Walker.
the industry works. “They are in it for a profit — and they are hugely profitable. And risk adverse,” he says. “When the facts are on our side, it doesn’t matter if a large insurance company has an army of attorneys, we will usually prevail.” He sees the firm’s job as being to determine if the facts are on a client’s side and to then connect the dots. “Our goal is to help each client through a very difficult time,” Ramirez says. He encourages potential clients to realize that they are not suing the person who injured them, they are most often suing a faceless insurance company.
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Accidents happen, he says, and it’s important to realize when you deserve to be compensated. Haas & Ramirez also practices criminal law and has experience handling all levels of crimes from DUI to murder. “We practice criminal law because we believe that everybody’s entitled to a fair trial and because we know from experience that the police don’t always get it right,” Ramirez says. “We consider it an honor and a privilege to defend the constitution every day that we go to work.” For more information or for a free initial consultation, phone 360-385-3844.
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Mr. Haas and Mr. Ramirez, both former insurance defense counsel for a Seattle law firm, are highly skilled • litigators having successfully practiced in State Court, Federal Court and the State Supreme Court. Over the last decade they have handled hundreds of personal injury cases involving millions of dollars in claims. Their knowledge of how insurance companies operate gives them the insight needed to best litigate your claim.
Kenmore Air partners with Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air Kenmore Air Express is now in its eighth year of service to the North Olympic Peninsula, offering the only scheduled airline service to and from Port Angeles. Over that period, some things have changed, while many have remained the same. Among the constants is Port Angeles station manager Robin McHattie, who, along with her staff, provides the highest levels of customer service to her passengers. â€œPort Angeles is a lucky community,â€? says Kenmore Airâ€™s director of stations Andrew Otterness, â€œbecause Robin absolutely sets the gold standard for our airline. I wish I could clone her.â€? â€œI know most of our passengers by name,â€? Robin says, â€œwhich is one of the things I like about working for a small airline. I think people who fly with us appreciate that personal touch.â€? Another thing that remains unchanged about Kenmore Airâ€™s service is its convenience. Flight times between William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles and downtown Seattleâ€™s Boeing Field are only 35 minutes, and the airline offers several flights each day. For passengers connecting to or from other flights at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Kenmore Air provides a complimentary shuttle for the short drive between Seattle terminals. Total travel time from Port Angeles to Sea-Tac is only 55 minutes. Kenmore Air partners with Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. According to Kenmore Air marketing director Craig Oâ€™Neill, â€œThis partnership, which was years in the making, really connects Port Angeles to the rest of the world in new ways.â€? First, customers can now book seamless, single-ticket itineraries from Port Angeles to more than 90 cities across North America and Hawaii served by Alaska Airlines or Horizon Air at www.alaskaair.com. â€œThis one-stop shopping is not only easier,â€? Craig says, â€œbut it eases a major source of anxiety for folks: with your Kenmore Air and Alaska Airlines flights booked on a single, interline ticket,
Captain Mike Lambert and station manager Robin McHattie.
you are protected from most re-accommodation fees in the event that you miss a connection â€” in either direction. This provides real peace of mind for travelers.â€? Second, Kenmore Air is a full-fledged partner in the awardwinning Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. Every Kenmore Air flight earns participants 250 miles, and miles can also be redeemed for free flights on Kenmore Air, to Port Angeles or any of its more than 40 other destinations. â€œFor local travel, or connections on major airlines other than Alaska or Horizon, people can continue to book on our website [www.kenmoreair.com] or toll-free by phone,â€? Craig says. â€œOr, of course, they can come and see Robin at the airport! But we really encourage folks to check out www.alaskaair.com for travel from Port Angeles to most popular destinations. Itâ€™s a great partnership for the Peninsula.â€?
â€œWhoâ€™s Whoâ€? is intended to recognize the movers and shakers in a company â€” the real VIPs. Well, at Kenmore Air Express, that means our passengers And if saving hours, looking down on traffic and ferry lines, and earning 250 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles everytime you fly with us starts to make you feel like a bit of a big shot . . . well, so be it. Thatâ€™s how weâ€™re committed to treating you anyway. So hold your head up as you gaze out your big window. Strut a little as you step off the plane. Youâ€™re a mover and a shaker at the Peninsulaâ€™s airline! 22575750
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Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe showcases art and unique gifts The Northwest Native Expressions Art Gallery and Gift Shop recently launched a website:
www.NorthwestNativeExpressions.com. On the website, customers can purchase many of the gift shop's items including T-shirts, jackets, carvings, blankets, books for all ages, framed and shrink-wrapped prints, drums, flutes, masks, etched glassware, moccasins, handcrafted items including some from Jamestown S'Klallam tribal artists, and jewelry including sterling silver, Northwest coast designs and Southwest designs. The gift shop also sells music CDs, DVDs, notecards and postcards, bookmarks, calendars, coffee and tea. Many artwork pieces in the gallery are made from cedar, including bentwood boxes, baskets, plaques, masks and paddles, all of which are handcrafted. The cedar baskets in the gallery are extremely unique since cedar for the baskets can only be collected at certain times of the year and from select locations. Tribal citizens also offer their beautiful, handcrafted jewelry at Northwest Native Expressions. The gallery has a nice selection of hand-engraved silver and also offers gold through special order. Beaded and turquoise jewelry abound
in the form of earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets and more. The selection is small and very selective, showcasing the beautiful work of Native Americans who are passing on their timeless craft to future generations in hopes that these ancient art forms will not be lost. Each piece of handcrafted artwork at the gallery is unique, whether it be in how it was painted or where the wood
was collected. When something is handcrafted, each one is just a little different. There are artwork pieces to suit every interest and prices to suit every budget — anyone can take home a little Native American art of their own. The store also offers promotions and discounts from time to time on its website and inside the gallery.
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First Federal, serving Peninsula communities since 1923 At First Federal, we take an active role in the communities we serve. Recognizing that improving economic vitality and quality of life is in the best interest of our customers, our employees, our company, and our neighbors. For a bank to be strong, it must be wellcapitalized. First Federal is extremely strong and has nearly two times the capital required by bank regulators to be considered well capitalized. This capital position gives us an uncommon level of strength and stability and is why First Federal is such a strong community-based bank. By choosing to bank at First Federal, you’re making a difference in your community. We are reinvesting into our communities, inspiring others to do the same. We invest our time and energies into both big endeavors and small. We connect with our customers, who are most likely our neighbors, too. We see how we may best serve their needs, and know that a true community is made up of a multitude of meaningful, individual relationships. Our independent spirit shows up in the way we do banking — and our customers love us for it. We’re able to make our own lending and
operational decisions right here at home. This freedom gives us the tremendously refreshing ability to be a little more flexible and responsive with our customers. We value community, family and the pursuit of individual dreams — and it’s evident within every transaction and personal connection we make. Our mission will continue to be rooted in
the values and traditions for which our institution has been known for over 89 years. That mission is to support our customers, encourage economic development and improve the quality of life in the communities we serve by providing superior customer service, innovative financial products, and outstanding financial performance.
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Discovery Memory Care provides care, support and advocacy Discovery Memory Care specializes in supporting people with memory care needs, but the center has also taken an active role in community education and fundraising efforts that go toward finding a cure for Alzheimer’s, a disease that affects more than 6 million people nationwide. Discovery Memory Care was the top corporate fundraiser for the 2010 and 2011 Walk to End Alzheimer’s held in Bremerton. And this year the North Olympic Peninsula was awarded a walk site by the Alzheimer’s Association. It will be held in Sequim Sept. 29. The business will host a silent auction and spaghetti feed on May 19 to raise money prior to the walk. All funds for the feed, auction and walk will go to the Alzheimer’s Association for research. “We believe passionately that we need to find an end to Alzheimer’s,” says the center’s Executive Director Sheila Linde, who notes that the number of people effected by the disease is skyrocketing. In addition to fundraising, Discovery Memory Care works to de-stigmatize Alzheimer’s and other related dementias by holding support groups, offering free memory screening and getting their residents out into the community. Inside, staff strive to create a home-like environment for residents. Centrally located in the heart of
LEADERSHIP TEAM: Standing are Kaila Crandall, RN and Director Of Wellness; Keith Barnett, Maintenance Director; Beth Stark, Life Enrichment Director. Seated are Sheila Linde, Executive Director; Cheryl Armitage, Administrative Assistant; Pam Scott, Community Relations Director. Not pictured is Melea Arnold, Dietary Services Director.
Sequim, the assisted living community works from a “social model rather than a medical model,” says Pam Scott, community relations director. Family and friends are welcome to visit any time day or night, just as they would be welcomed to do at their loved one’s home. Discovery’s common areas provide
comfort for day to day living. The grounds are complimented by a serene courtyard, covered in a sunsetter shade where residents can rest, relax and socialize from benches and patio chairs. There’s even a raised bed for gardening. In order to retain some independence, residents are always encouraged by staff to do as much for themselves as possible. “Independence keeps them healthier and happier,” Pam says Pam and Sheila work with each family to help make the transition into assisted living easier on them. “It’s so hard for family members because often their loved one can’t make the decision on their own,” Pam says. “But we find that residents usually come out of isolation when they move in here. They are with their peers, and family members can see that they are happier.” Discovery Memory Care is part of Tacoma-based Senior Services of America, which operates 23 retirement, assisted living and memory care communities. In addition to their residential offerings, Discovery Memory Care also provides adult day care and respite care for family caregivers who need a little break. Many scheduling options are available. Call 360-683-7047 to find out how they can assist you, or for more information about the NOP Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Discover the difference! Active. Engaged. Really living.
Stop by and see for yourself why Discovery Memory Care is the best choice for you and your family! We are a professionally managed assisted living community specializing in the care of adults with all forms of memory loss, for long term care, respite stays, and adult day care. Our unique building design houses beautiful apartments to help your loved one feel at home. A full schedule of activities and social events keep them active, engaged, and really living.
408 W. Washington Street Sequim, WA 98382 www.discovery-mc.com A Senior Services of America Managed Community
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Call us! We’re here for you. (360) 775-2948
The team of professionals at H&R Block love doing your taxes You go to a doctor for a medical concern and go to the mechanic for an automotive problem, so when it comes to taxes, it makes sense that you go to the tax experts. H&R Block, which has an office in Port Angeles and Sequim, has plenty of experts on staff who enjoy doing what many people dread each year — taxes. “We’re pretty passionate about this crazy industry,” says Barbara Jaksha, an Enrolled Agent at the Port Angeles office at 1404 E. Front St. Their tax advisers can assist with everything from the simplest return to complicated estates, partnerships and foreclosures, plus answer questions about audits and provide bookkeeping services. “We do every kind of tax,” she says. To keep credentials up-to-date and to stay aware of the always changing tax laws, tax preparers must complete continuing education each year. Three of the tax advisors — Barbara, Wanda and Jean Cain are also certified as Enrolled Agents. An Enrolled Agent is a tax practitioner who can represent people before the Internal Revenue Service, explains Port Angeles Office Leader Ricki Wilhelm, These agents have received the technical certification that recognizes their expertise in taxation laws and authorizes them to represent taxpayers before the IRS for
audits, collections and appeals. Ricki says here are eight tax preparers at the H&R Block office in Port Angeles, two of which are enrolled agents, and five tax preparers at the Sequim office, located at 249 E. Washington St., one of which is an Enrolled Agent, Wanda Stark serves as manager of the Sequim location and is also a tax advisor. Although now through April is their
Staff at the Port Angeles branch of H&R Block. Front row: Paul Schaper, Ricki Wilhelm and Tim Matson. Second row: Jessica Little, Jean Cain and Diane Zink. Back row: Denise Currington, Richard Kassay, Melissa Lidback, Barbara Jaksha and Kathryn Anderson. Not pictured: Maria Lopez and Debra Talboy.
When your life changes, so do your taxes. So whether you had a baby, bought your first home, or got married, an H&R Block tax professional will help you find all the tax breaks you’ve got coming to help you get the maximum refund you deserve. Guaranteed. 1
If you discover an H&R Block error on you return that entitles you to a larger tax refund (or smaller tax liability), we’ll refund the tax prep fee for that return. Refund must be made during the calendar year in which tax returns in prepared. ©2011 HRB Tax Group, Inc
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Sequim 249 East Washington Sequim, WA 98382 Phone: 360-683-2553 Mon - Fri 9:00 - 7:00 Sat. 9:00 - 5:00
Port Angeles 1404 E Front Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 Phone: 360-452-3900 Mon - Fri 9:00 - 7:00 Sat. 9:00 - 5:00
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Change in your life can mean changes in the tax breaks available to you.
busiest time of year, taxes are a yearround business. Many of H&R Block’s clients come in throughout the year with questions about estates, audits, or wondering how a major purchase may affect their taxes. H&R Block guarantees its work. If there ends up being a mistake on your taxes, the advisers will fix it and H&R Block with pay any incurred penalty fee.
Olympic Game Farm celebrates 40 years of fun for families For more than 40 years, Olympic Game Farm has provided an opportunity for visitors from all over the world to learn and observe wildlife, igniting countless imaginations. Olympic Game Farm is the place to get face to face and experience wildlife at close range, offering visitors the opportunity to really see a tiger’s stripes, a Kodiak bear’s huge size, watch zebras graze in a field or to get slobbered by a buffalo! With more than 200 animals on site, the driving tour leaves visitors with vivid memories of these amazing creatures; experiences which, at first are hard to imagine, but become pleasantly surprising. Friendly llamas and yak eat bread from your hand, clowning bears stand up and wave and the elk and buffalo peacefully graze in the pastures. Olympic Game Farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios for 28 years, filming at the farm and on the Olympic Peninsula, as well as on many
different set locations. A few popular titles produced with the past animal actors include Charlie the Lonesome Cougar, The Incredible Journey, White Wilderness and Grizzly Adams television and movie series. After the death of Walt and Roy Disney, Disney Studios began to move away from the nature films that had been so dear to
Walt’s heart. In 1972, with the approval of the Disney Studios for using the Disney name, Olympic Game Farm Inc. was opened to the public. Founders Lloyd and Catherine Beebe retired from the filming industry and focused solely for caring for their animal actors, concentrating on offering “in need” captive bred animals a new and loving home. Lloyd Beebe passed along his trait, his dedication and his love for wildlife to his grandson Robert Beebe, who has taken over the role of president and operator of the Olympic Game Farm since 2008. Along with the driving tour, Olympic Game Farm offers a new “Mini Tour,” which includes a petting farm, freshwater aquarium, a guided tour through the education area and historical studio barn. To learn more about visiting this oneof-a-kind place, visit www.olygamefarm. com or call 1-800-778-4295.
Over 3 miles of Drive-thru Adventure Petting Farm Observation Tower & Picnic Area Gift Shop
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Open Daily 9:00 am 1423 Ward Road, Sequim 360-683-4295
Kitsap Bank, investing in the community for more than 100 years Kitsap Bank began as a small bank with one location in Port Orchard, and has grown to be a leader among community banks in the nation with 20 offices in the Greater Puget Sound region. Today, our assets are nearly $1 billion strong, and we employ over 250 people.
Kitsap Bank remains your true local bank that cares about its customers and communities. We are a stabilizing force in the community, providing leadership not only for finances but also in giving back.
Dedicated to bettering the lives of citizens in our area, we support over 100 local events and have donated over $1.25 million in the last six years. Building long-term relationships is a commitment that everyone at Kitsap Bank takes very seriously. These personal, in-touch relationships are possible due to our unparalleled team of bankers, which now spans five Western Washington counties. Their years of experience, dedication and willingness to try new approaches gives Kitsap Bank the flexibility and expertise to forge hard-working relationships.
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Our friendly, knowledgeable bankers are ready to assist you with all of your financial needs. Kitsap Bank has six convenient locations on the North Olympic Peninsula: • Port Angeles branch at 616 Front St. • Sequim branch at 1320 W. Washington St. • Port Ludlow branch at 74 Breaker Lane • Port Hadlock at 69 Oak Bay Road • Port Townsend branch, 2313 E. Sims Way • Port Townsend Loan Office, 215 Taylor St. Kitsap Bank presents the Port Townsend Main Street Association with a $10,000 donation — one of the bank’s many partnerships with organizations on the North Olympic Peninsula this year.
Safe, profitable, well-capitalized — ready to serve you in our second century!
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Kitsap Bank has been meeting the needs of our neighbors and friends for over a century. Stop in and see us today!
Sequim 1320 W. Washington St. Sequim, WA 98382 360-683-5599
Port Ludlow 74 Breaker Lane Port Ludlow, WA 98365 360-437-7863
Port Hadlock 69 Oak Bay Road Port Hadlock, WA 98339 360-344-3424
East Sims 2313 East Sims Way Port Townsend, WA 98368 360-385-0123
Mount Baker Bldg Loan Office 215 Taylor Street Port Townsend, WA 98368 360-379-0123
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Port Angeles 716 Front Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 360-457-8189
Park View Villas is at it again Park View Villas is proud of its reputation for finding ways to give back to the community. “The community has supported us for the last 21 years and we are thrilled to return that support,” says Executive Director John LeClerc. From throwing a dinner for Olympic Senior Game participants in August to Santa pictures in December, the assisted living and retirement community hosts community events throughout the year to raise money for local organizations. In April, Park View Villas will partner with the Sequim Senior Activity Center to host a dinner gala and auction fundraiser to help the center raise funds for a new building in Sequim. Details about the April 27 event will be announced as the event approaches. In October, Park View Villas co-sponsors the Harvest Benefit Dinner with Crestwood Convalescent Center to support the Port Angeles Senior Center. Last year’s event raised $4,700, which was the largest monetary donation ever made to the senior center. Also in December, Park View Villas with the help of Trisa Chomica of Trisa & Co. Interior Design, transforms its Fireside Room into the Teddy Bear Suite, a Christmas-themed wonderland. Public donations to view decorated
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Christmas trees and home decor and to enjoy daily live entertainment during the week-long event are donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. “Community is important,” John says of the many events they hold. Park View Villas will again host the dinner for the Olympic Peninsula Senior Games in August, Sitting, left to right: Kelly Trudeau, Gladys Doty, Suzanne a three-day athletic Greenleaf and April Sewell. Standing: John Phillips, Mary Klock competition for those and John LeClerc. 50 and older that draws independent and assisted living services in hundreds of participants. Port Angeles for 21 years. “The dinner was such a success that we They have 87 apartments in their main decided to host another one this year," building with 20 independent senior cotJohn says. “We will also again host bocci tages on the grounds. ball and cribbage." The staff has a long history of providIn 2011 Park View Villas was involved ing care to seniors — John has 20 years in the planning of the Outrageous Olymexperience with assisted living facilities, pics and was also a sponsor of one of its while resident care director Mary Klock, a 12 teams. The event raised $10,000. registered nurse who is certified in gerionPark View Villas provides smaller sertology, has worked with seniors for more vices to the community, such as conductthan 36 years. ing a blood pressure clinic every month With their dedication to putting residents’ at the Port Angeles Senior Center and needs first, Park View Villas has been voted holding educational seminars. Best Assisted Living by Peninsula Daily Park View Villas is a licensed assisted News readers four years in a row. living facility that has been providing
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Extensive knowledge, relaxed atmosphere at Certified Hearing People suffering from hearing loss can depend on the staff at Certified Hearing to help them select and maintain an instrument that will greatly improve their hearing. Certified Hearing, in business since 1997, is locally owned by the mother-and-daughter team of Lois Lato and Brenda Haltom. The business is independent of any franchise, which allows them to carry a wide range of brands so clients can find what best fits their individual needs. Certified Hearing’s extensive knowledge in a wide range of hearing instruments allows them to assist people that are new to the area with device upkeep, or to help people who are just visiting the area. The atmosphere at Certified Hearing is easy going and relaxed — you won’t find high pressure sales tactics at this business. “We genuinely care for our clients,” Lois says. “We treat hearing loss. If we find our patients require medical attention, we refer them on to the appropriate office prior to audio testing and fitting of the hearing instruments.” The office accommodates almost all brands of hearing instruments, offers a full price range and many levels of technology. Digital circuitry is one type of technology that amplifies speech signals without over amplifying background noise. Digital circuitry, combined with multiple microphones, helps the signal to noise ratio,
Judy Sullivan, Lois Lato and Brenda Haltom.
which helps with large group and restaurant noise. Digital processing allows for custom programming adjustments with the aid of a computer. New technology in the hearing aid industry is making things even more convenient for customers. With rechargeable hearing aids, there is no need to replace batteries — wearers can simply put the aid in to charge at night. Certified Hearing makes regular visits to area retirement, assisted living and nursing homes and provides in-home testing and services to homebound residents. They are also very familiar with han-
dling L&I claims. Specialists offer in-house repair services or, when needed, send hearing instruments to manufacturers for repairs. Office hours in Port Angeles are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The office is closed from noon to 1 p.m. each day. To better serve the West End communities, Certified Hearing also has an office at 51 D Spartan Ave. in Forks. The Forks clinic is open Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Domino’s Pizza is still cooking great food after 26 years In May of 1986, Robert Doster and his wife Melanie arrived on the North Olympic Peninsula in their yellow Datsun B-210. As newlyweds their hope was to start a family and a Domino’s Pizza store in what they felt was one of the most beautiful places they had ever seen. “I was determined to work hard, make great pizzas, give excellent service and be an asset to the community,” Robert says. A lot has changed in the last 26 years. The Dosters have raised two great kids, made wonderful friends, opened a second Domino’s in Sequim, and that yellow Datsun is long gone. But some things, Robert says, will never change. He is still striving to make great pizzas, give excellent service and be an asset to the Port Angeles community. The menu at Domino’s Pizza has expanded to include many exciting choices in pizza toppings, sauces and cheeses. It now includes sandwiches, pasta, chicken, three types of stuffed cheesy bread, as well as a number of delicious side dishes and desserts. With all of his products, Robert strives for exceptional quality and taste. His menu items are carefully crafted by experts with years of training and experience. “I don’t use random ingredients purchased off of a national restaurant supply company’s truck,” he says.
From left to right: Mike Sutton, Chris McKee, Sequim Domino’s Manager Tristian Fricker and Robert Doster, owner of Domino’s Pizza.
“All my ingredients — from meats to cheeses to fresh vegetables — are supplied by carefully chosen producers and handled with great care to ensure peak freshness and flavor.” Domino’s pizza sauce is made from vine ripened tomatoes. The dough is crafted by trained experts. Everything is produced with quality in mind, he says. Robert’s stores receive multiple deliveries each week. This means that customers are assured consistent freshness and peak flavor.
In keeping with his goal to “be an asset to the community,” Robert has given away more than $50,000 in scholarships to local graduating seniors and thousands of pizzas to local causes. “I take pride in the fact that my profits and my employee wages are put back into the local economy,” Robert says. He has loved living and doing business in Port Angeles and Sequim for the past 26 years and says he really looks forward to what the future holds
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No job too big or small for the crew at Angeles Machine Works The employees at Angeles Machine Works can fix just about anything that you can break. Brothers Randy and Steve Frick, both professional welders and machinists, own and operate the complete machine and welding shop in Port Angeles. Their crew includes Jon Hutto and Jeremy Sheilds who both have many years of experience in the trade, and Nathan Dawley who is an apprentice with an impressive mechanical background. The shop provides high-quality services for marine, commercial, industrial and residential applications. The shop was founded in 1918 as Black-
smith & Auto Repair Shop. Through the years the shop went through many changes and owners, until 1968 when the Fricks’ father started Angeles Machine Works. “No job is too big or small, including repairing and welding heavy equipment such as bulldozers,” Randy says. This team of professionals performs cast iron, aluminum and stainless steel welding, steel fabrication and custom machining of parts for a wide variety of jobs. Angeles Machine Works can produce machine parts in virtually any configuration, using a broad range of materials, including metal, plastic, alloy and brass
— and they work with their customers to solve all of their machining problems. “We are very dedicated to our customers and providing great service,” Randy says. Angeles Machine Works repairs lawn mowers and motorcycles, rethreads bolts, makes pins and bushings, piston rods, machines automotive heads and truck flywheels. “We have made and repaired a little bit of everything in the 43 years we’ve been in business,” Steve says. They have repaired boat shafts, couplings, rudders and boat masts, and even a fishing pole here and there. The Fricks pride themselves on deliver-
From left: Angeles Machine Works employees Nathan Dawley and Jeremy Shields, co-owner Steve Frick, expert welder/machinist John Hutto and co-owner Randy Frick.
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Serving the Olympic Peninsula Since 1968
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Heather Jeffers, MSW
I have been with Avamere Olympic Rehab for over 8 years as Director of Social Services. I am completing my AIT (Administrator In Training) program & will soon replace the current interim Administrator once I receive my license. Since moving to Sequim in 2003, I have been very involved in the community & have fallen in love with it. Avamere Olympic Rehab is very special to me because not only have I worked here for so many years, but many of my family members have received wonderful care here. My background includes 13 years working in healthcare as an MSW & certified Geriatric Mental Health Specialist.
New owner Vickie Maples purchased Pacific Mist Books in November 2011! Pacific Mist Books has been serving the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area for over 18 years and Vickie looks forward to continuing its reputation for fulfilling special orders quickly while providing a friendly and inviting atmosphere to browse for current titles. Vickie moved to Sequim in 2008 but hails from local Pioneer families and will be striving to expand the inventory of publications about our local area and heritage. In addition, Pacific Mist Books is now participating in the Sequim First Friday Artwalk and featuring publications by local authors throughout the store!
Beth Wilkerson, a 30 year dog groomer, works at TLC Pet Pros, 514 W. 8th (between the Bridges). Beth is called Queen of the Custom Groom; she has the ability to listen and give people just what they want for their dog, and does it all with a loving hand.
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Sara Duckett has a place in her heart for every client who walks through her door. She offers acrylic nails, pedicures and manicures. Sara is available Tuesday through Saturday and Monday by appointment. Sara prides herself • and unique in providing a friendly atmosphere sure to leave you in good spirits.
Beck McGinty’s company motto is “We create calm and order out of your financial chaos!” She offers “Shoebox” accounting this time of year for people that need to get their financial paperwork/receipts organized for their tax preparer. Call BSG today and end your frustration and chaos!
Who’s Who at the Port Angeles Senior Community Center? YOU! That’s who! Yes, YOU! It’s time to picture you involved with over 1500 active Port Angeles Sen!or Community Center members! Enjoy sports and exercise classes; trips to interesting places; billiards, cards, dances, a coffee lounge (open to the public), and an up-to-date Computer Learning Center! Stop by! We challenge you to keep up!
BSG Enterprises Bookkeeping Services
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511 W. 8th Street, Port Angeles located inside High Tech Tanning
Marilyn Shay, Owner
A native of Port Angeles, Marilyn Shay always wanted her own business. At a time when most people think about retiring Marilyn felt that Port Angeles needed a high end quality consignment shop and so opened Rissa’s Barely Consignment with her daughter, Melissa. Rissa’s has a boutique feel, with fashionable clothes for both men and women in a full range of sizes. Consignments are taken by appointment and the staff strives for a high level of customer satisfaction with the personal attention they give each shopper.
Serving the Olympic Peninsula since 1990. When buying, you can expect me to be available when you need me and I’ll provide you with the information you need to make an educated decision. When you list your home with me, I will aggressively market your home until it is SOLD. I will communicate any activity to you quickly & negotiate the highest price possible. Get on the leading “EDGE” with Edgmon.
Brenda has been an accountant for the past 18 years. During that time, she has worked locally and has established herself as a reliable, competent and diligent accountant. After opening her own business two years ago, she has many, very satisfied clients. “Whether you are starting out as a new business owner, an established business or need help with your individual taxes, I will give you the personal time and expertise to asssist you.”
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Marcus Tanner, Owner
Flora saw a need for an alternative way to clean, using non-chemical products that would not damage the environment or the people that come in contact with them. The “Queens of Green Clean” was born from that effort in 2009. She services Sequim, Port Angeles to Freshwater Bay and points in between. Call today for an initial consultation.
Tracy Tally has joined HiLine Homes at their new Sequim office as a Home Consultant. She brings years of experience in residential lending and the home building industry.
A tattoo is a very personal, artistic expression and so every tattoo at Mark’d Body Art begins with a consultation between the client and owner-artist Marcus Tanner to discuss size, placement and color. “We are a family-friendly shop that emphasizes quality and customer satisfaction.” A tattoo is forever – get it done right the first time at Mark’d Body Art.
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Envy, where client wants are matched with stylists’s strengths
Tempting Toes, which specializes in gel nails that are odorless and hypoallergenic. Foxy Fingers offers glitter gel and polish to provide clients with a nail that fits their own distinct style. They specialize in natural looking, thin extensions of each client's individual nail shape. This personalized application cre-
ates nails that look and wear according to the client's lifestyle needs. Foxy Finger's goal is to provide flawless nails that work will work well for every nail type. The staff at Envy is available from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and by appointment in the evening hours Monday through Saturday.
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Envy Hair Techniques owner Bonnie Bradley and sister Darcy Larson, both having more than 30 years of experience, are intent in keeping themselves and the other stylists at Envy up to speed with the latest techniques through continuing education. “Each year we attend hair shows, classes and bring educators into our salon," Bonnie says. The commitment to continuing education pays off in their ability to specialize in the art of color placement and complimenting haircuts. “We work with clients for the best choice in style and color for their budget and lifestyle," explains Bonnie. “We also discuss the upkeep of a particular style so the client is fully aware of what it takes to maintain it." Envy prides itself in matching client wants with a stylist's strengths. When calling and making an appointment for the first time, discuss what type of style you are seeking and the staff will help you decide which stylist would be the best in achieving that style. “I feel our biggest reward is winning the Peninsula Daily News’ ‘Best Place to Get a Haircut’ and finalist for ‘Best Manicure/Pedicure’ two years in a row. It is the highest compliment our clients can give us," Bonnie says. Envy also houses Foxy Fingers and
General Ophthalmologist focuses practice on cosmetic enhancements
Dr. Betsy Flodstrom on her property near Port Angeles.
Educated at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, with a residency at the University of Washington, Dr. Betsy Flodstrom now focuses her talents as a board certified Ophthalmologist on helping people feel better about themselves. Betsy joined Dr. Harold G. Everett’s practice at 1205 E. Front St. in Port Angeles in 1999. She has more than a decade of experience administering Botox treatments to diminish or erase forehead wrinkles, brow wrinkles, crow’s feet and fine lines around the lips. When asked what people gain from the procedure, Betsy says the main thing is confidence. “After a treatment they feel refreshed and better about how their face looks,” she says. An added benefit is that people usually love the relaxed feel of the areas that have been injected. Botox works by softening wrinkles which, especially for those who have really etched-in wrinkles like a furrow between the brow, can yield amazing results. A furrow can be caused by stress and it often makes people look angrier than they feel, Betsy says. “What we’re finding is that for people who regularly receive Botox, it allows collagen to rebuild in those areas and reduced wrinkles in the future,” she notes. Betsy believes in the results and benefits of Botox — she even uses it on herself. Botox treatments all begin with an initial consult to determine what is desired by the client and how much Botox should be administered. “People can usually see results in seven days
and those results last three to six months,” Betsy says. Another procedure that Betsy offers is eyelid surgery that is considered a medical procedure for people whose droopy lids interferes with vision, and considered a cosmetic procedure for men or women who feel like they have extra skin around the eyes that make them look tired or older than they would like. A consultation with Betsy may include a physical exam, history and visual field test to determine which procedure is appropriate. Both eyelid surgeries are short and performed in the office with local anesthesia. Latisse is another cosmetic enhancement Betsy offers at her practice. It is the first FDAapproved topical medication used to make eyelashes longer, thicker and darker. After an assessment and one follow-up consult, patients are cleared to buy the product on a walk-in basis. In addition to her medical practice, Betsy enjoys snow skiing, hiking, photography, international travel, gardening, and is the mom of four busy boys ages 5, 7, 9 and 10. She and her husband are both Port Angeles natives and knew that the North Olympic Peninsula is where they wanted to raise their kids. All four boys attend Olympic Christian School. For more information on consultations, pricing or scheduling, phone 360-452-9708 or go to www.eyes.olympicnorthwest.com.
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PORT ANGELES 1205 East Front Street
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WASHBURN’S GENERAL STORE Serving The West End since 1902
2909 Hwy. 101 E. Port Angeles
349 A W. WASHINGTON SEQUIM, WA 98382
870 Evans Road, Sequim
John A. Raske Insurance Agency
330 E. 1st St., Ste 1
LANDMARK, INC. Port Angeles 452-1326 Doing property management
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Thanks for your past, present & future business! www.PTwineSeller.com
Thank you to everyone for your support! I look forward to serving you in the future.
Wine, Beer, Champagne, Tasings, Gourmet Foods. Best selection of wine & champagne on the Peninsula “Competitive Prices” Open 7 days a week
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1010 Water Street, Port Townsend
Sweepers, Inc. John Miller 457-8885
308 E. 8th St., Port Angeles
The Small Town Wine Shop, with the Big-City Selection
802 E. Washington Sequim 683-7261
Thanks to all our loyal customers. 22578738
60 Years ESTABLISHED 1982
FRED’S HOBBIES & GUNS Davis Sand & Gravel
Glazing the Peninsula for 60 yrs!
Mathews Glass Co., Inc.
Offices in Port Angeles Port Townsend Sequim (360) 457-3327 www.plattirwin.com
Neah Bay 645-2211
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Drennan & Ford Funeral Home and Crematory
124 S. Albert, Port Angeles
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Great mountain & water views. Breakfast is served family style. Bob & Glenda Clark
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289 West Bell St., Sequim
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318 Howe Road Port Angeles, WA 98362
A Bed and Breakfast for Cats, Inc.
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322 Clark Road, Sequim, WA 98382 360-683-4431 www.olypen.com/clacha E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Clark’s Chambers Bed & Breakfast Inn
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Tune Ups • Brakes • Starters Alternators • Fuel Pumps • Water Pumps Timing Belts • Heater Cores • Trailer Wiring Electrical & Computer Diagnosis & Repair
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Sunshine Propane keeps Peninsula residents warm for 32 years Sunshine Propane has proudly served Clallam and Jefferson counties since 1980 by providing quality home heating systems and propane fuel service. An employee-owned cooperative, Sunshine Propane’s success is directly related to its emphasis on quality products, experienced service technicians, excellent customer service and competitive prices. The Sunshine team focuses on being the best and most reliable full-service propane company on the North Olympic Peninsula. The friendly and professional staff does everything from propane tanks and fireplaces, to radiant floors and boilers. Sunshine Propane also specializes in propane tankless water heaters as well as efficient tank hot water heaters and propane generators. The Sunshine team has vast experience in the heating industry. For 32 years, homeowners have relied on Sunshine Propane’s experienced service staff for all their gas heating, hot water and cooking needs. From classic to modern, the staff can find a propane fireplace or propane stove to suit your needs. For something ultra-modern, you can get an eye-level wall mounted fireplace, or replace logs with contemporary geometric shapes. Some models eliminate the pilot light and use electronic ignition for energy savings. Other gas-fueled products offered by the company include standard and gourmet kitchen ranges, barbecues, gas refrigerators and clothes dryers. Sunshine also leases and sells propane tanks, provides periodic underground tank inspections for their gas customers, and offers drive-through fill up for vehicles and portable cylinders. Sunshine Propane truly is a one-stop shop for all your propane and home heating needs. All installation work is unconditionally guaranteed for one year from startup. The Sunshine team provides priority service for their gas
customers and have a warehouse full of parts. Experienced service technicians have been with Sunshine for years, and customers can count on a 24/7 emergency response. Visit the showroom located at 10853 Rhody Drive in Port Hadlock. Showroom hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, phone 360-683-4010 or 360-385-5797, or visit www.sunshinepropane.com.
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Open Mon. - Fri. 8am - 5pm
Safe and Professional Installations Radiant Floors Gas Stoves Water Heaters Ranges Tanksets Piping Fuel Delivery
Peak Performance Therapy Hand and Upper Limb Center
is a unique, specialized, and state of the art facility located in Sequim, Washington. Peak Performance Therapy offers one‐on‐one care from Aaron Staeben, licensed Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist. While utilizing the latest techniques and equipment, Peak Performance Therapy strives to maximize function to the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand following injury or surgery. Peak Performance Therapy also offers home or worksite ergonomic consultation and recommendations in order to prevent injury to the body from poor work posture or equipment.
Dedicated to Family and Community and Providing Life Enrichment for those Challenged by Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, or any form of Dementia by providing a “Better Way of Life”
Aaron Staeben is a licensed Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand Therapist, and Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist with 16 years of experience in treating upper limb injuries. Aaron has been helping people on the peninsula since 2002 and opened Peak Performance Therapy in November 2011. Aaron proudly served in the US Army and gained valuable experience as an Occupational Therapist treating upper limb injuries at Darnall Army Hospital at Fort Hood, Texas.
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“Helping you return to your Peak Performance”
651 Garry Oak Dr. • Sequim, WA • 360-582-9309 • www.dungenesscourte.com
Services offered: • Evaluation and treatment of injuries to the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand • Custom hand and upper limb splint fabrication • Preventative care and home program education • Home and worksite ergonomic assessment and recommendations • Certified in Graston Technique soft tissue mobilization
The Management Team invites you to please stop in for your “personal tour”.
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It seems like finding a good, local bank is getting harder and harder these days. The good news? If you live or work on the Peninsula, you won’t have to go far to find an honest-to-goodness local bank. Not only do we do business locally, but we support local organizations and activities. A community is only as strong as those who support it.
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So if you don’t want to deal with a bank headquartered a couple of time zones away, stop by our Sequim or Port Angeles branch. We’re certain you’ll feel right at home.
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• Grill on Sequim Bay, where our Welcome to Dockside menu, cocktail & wine selection, local micro-brews and the view are perfect for a simple meal or a special occasion. - Steve & Ruth Little
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808 N. 5th Avenue, Sequim • Olympic Medical Center Campus www.healthchamps.org • Phone: 360-683-5900 • Hours: 8-5 Mon. - Fri.
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• Children go outside and play. • Take a walk. • Go out and visit and explore local sites such as a fish hatchery, a national wildlife refuge, park, playground or nature center. • Take a walk around the block. • Ride a bike (be sure to wear a helmet). • Go bird watching or just explore.
Our physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants specialize in care for the whole family.
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51 Dryke Rd., Sequim • 582-1050 Established 1999
Custom European-trained Goldsmith Manufacturing & Repair Large inventory of estate jewelry and coins.
2 years in a row We appreciate your business
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Rudy’s Automotive has been serving Clallam County since 1973. Owners Jerry and Cheryl Brinkman have been there respectively 35 & 28 Years. Our Automotive Expert Technicians have decades of training and experience. Rudy’s offers full automotive repair services, including tune-ups, brakes, air conditioning, diagnostics, cooling systems, fuel injection, and the list goes on. We have a 12 month–12,000 mile warranty on all work we do. Check us out for competitive rates on your next Scheduled Vehicle Maintenance on domestic or foreign vehicles. See our electrical shop for starter and alternator repairs.
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202 N. Francis (Front & Francis), Port Angeles • 457-0700
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Everything needed for do-it-yourself, home improvement fun Hadlock Building Supply is the destination for all things home improvement. From power tools to cabinet doors, patio furniture to paint, plumbing and electrical supplies to housewares, the store has everything you need to build, remodel or just personalize your home. Hadlock Building Supply is a lumberyard, a hardware store, equipment rental, garden center, party rental, paint store and nursery all rolled into one and conveniently nestled together at 901 Ness Corner Road in Port Hadlock. Beyond its large selection of home improvement supplies, the store also offers a wide variety of services. You’ll find experts in small engine repair, glass cutting, lock re-keying and chain saw sharpening to name just a few. The services they offer are vast, so if you need help with anything around the home or office, it’s a good bet that Hadlock Building Supply can assist you. As a participating True Value store, customers can get anything True Value offers shipped to the Port Hadlock location for free. On their website, www.hadlockbuildingsupply.com, you’ll find do-it-yourself tutorials and videos on all manner of home improvement projects and hardware use. When planning a do-it-yourself project, turn to them for what you need to make
Staff at Hadlock Buidling Supply, from left: Chris, Linda, Jessie, Landi and Art.
it successful — consider the store your weekend project headquarters. They have the tools for success, along with quality equipment like lawn aerators, tillers, pressure washers and floor sanders. If you’re under the sink, against the wall and over the edge when it comes to home improvement, this store has got you covered. Begin projects right the first time with quality tools, products and expert advice
available at Hadlock Building Supply True Value. They have a licensed plumber and electrician on staff to answer your questions and find ways to make your home maintenance and improvement ventures a whole lot easier. When you need equipment, but don’t want to spend the money on a full-out purchase, the store’s Just Ask Rental department can help you rent what you need. You can rent carpet cleaners, car polishers, chimney brushes, air compressors and paint sprayers. And if an occasion calls for a celebration, Hadlock Building Supply has tables, chairs and canopies available for weddings, receptions, company parties or any other medium- to large-size gatherings. They even have backyard inflatables and popcorn machines to really get a kids’ birthday party hopping. Hadlock Building Supply has been serving customers and the community since 1984. Store owners, Bill and Elena Kraut and Cassandra and Clint Rogers, pride themselves on being all about people — customers, employees and community members. “Together we have a passion for building relationships,” they say in their vision statement. “Through collaboration and innovation, we will serve our customers, have fun and always maintain our integrity.”
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Additions Remodeling Kitchens Baths Painting Conversions Free Estimates
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