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PRE SIDE N T FROM the

Nic h o l as F i ts em o n s There’s nothing better than walking through the grocery store and hearing “Hey Pizza Guy” to turn around and see a friendly face. I may not always remember their name but if I don’t, I remember their favorite pizza. The funny part is I know their secret. The reason they call me “Pizza Guy” is because they don’t remember my name either. Just a few weeks ago one of my more regular customers and I were talking and I mentioned my last name. They were surprised because they had never heard it before. I responded, “It’s not that you have never heard it, it’s that you just know me as “Nick - The Pizza Guy”. Now it has moved on to my wife and kids. All four of my children have classmates that know their parents own the Pizza Factory. And my wife, puts her hand in everything she can around town to make sure we support everything she has time for, (and some we don’t). The point is, we love this town and everything about it. My wife, Maria, and I bought the Pizza Factory just over

to say I enjoy taking my children to. And now we have this passenger ferry, which is going to give us another opportunity to bring new people to our wonderful little town. I know times are tough but I feel we have been a strong community through it so far and believe that we have the kind of people to push us to the better times ahead.

three years ago. Before that, I was fortunate enough to work at Kingston Lumber for Tom Waggoner. He showed me the importance of keeping this community growing together and the endless possibilities we could gain from it. In fact, if it wasn’t for him I don’t think I would have taken the chance of being a business owner. It makes me smile when he talks about me because he usually mentions that I got my start working for him and I hope he takes pride in that fact. As I said, he taught me about the endless possibilities of our community. I accepted the nomination as President for the 2011 Chamber Board because I hope to be here to watch as this wonderful town of ours fights through these uncertain times only to come out better in the end.

My plans as President are to first, use the Committees that have been formed in recent years as foundation blocks to finding resources with which to keep drawing people in to the Kingston area. Second, I hope to expand the Chamber’s abilities to help visitors find more reasons to return to our area and in some cases, even stay. Telling friends and family about the wonderful place that captured there souls, just as it did mine eight years ago. And third, I hope to leave my mark. To be honest, I’m not sure how just yet, but I hope to find my niche, my reason for being here. Something that will leave you all better in some way. I don’t think I have all the answers but I am willing to look for them. I look forward to this opportunity.

In these times of unstable job markets, growing concerns of health care costs, and inflating prices, we, as a community, have raised money for light on out football field. We have built and are sustaining a beautiful park right down town that I am proud

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T A B L E Of C O N T E N T S

KINGSTON COMMUNITY NEWS 18887 Hwy 305, Suite 700 P.O. Box 278 Poulsbo, WA 98370 Phone: 360.779.4464 · Fax: 360.779.8726 www.northkitsapherald.com www.kingstoncommunitynews.com PUBLISHER: Donna Etchey EDITOR: TAD SOOTER COVER DESIGN & ART DIRECTOR: Dan McDougall PRODUCTION & LAYOUT DESIGN: Bryon Kempf, Dan Mcdougall ADVERTISING SALES: Frank Portello & Victoria McDonald PHOTOGR APHS BY: LINDA FYFE, www.tomsimages.com, brad camp, dan mcdougall, Tad Sooter CONTRIBUTORS: Shana Smith, Linda Fyfe, Helen Humes,

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Letter from the President

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Chamber Board & Volunteers

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Mission Statement

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Calendar of Events

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Kingston

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Port Gamble

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Hansville

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Area Map

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Suquamish

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S’Klallam

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Business Directory/Category

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Business Directory/Alphabetical

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President NICK FITSEMONS Kingston Pizza Factory Past President DAN MARTIN Patchwork Equities Vice President President Elect DONNA ETCHEY North Kitsap Herald Kingston Community News Treasurer CHRISTINE CONNERS RAW Products Secretary JEREMY MOFF Moff Interactive

MEMBERS AT LARGE TOM OGDEN The Ogden Group.net BIM PRINCE Edward Jones MIMI SMITH- DANIELSON Little City Catering TOM WAGGONER Kingston Lumber SEAN PICARD The Grub Hut SHIRLEY BOMGAARS Creative Office Guru MARIE GORDON GARDNER Mary Kay

LINDA FYFE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Amazing, handcrafted beverages and great-tasting food. • Coffee, Tea & Espresso • Blended Ice Drinks • Real Fruit Smoothies • Breakfast & Lunch Wraps • Soup & Sandwiches • Homemade Fudge & Pastries

www.KingstonChamber.com info@KingstonChamber.com 360.297.3813 11201 Hwy 104 NE, PO Box 78 Kingston, WA 98346

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OU R M I S SION: MISSION STATEMENT Our mission as a Chamber is to encourage and promote the interests of the business community by defining, developing, and implementing programs and services which enhance economic activity and the quality of life for the greater Kingston community. The direction of the Chamber is derived from the mission statement, the strength from its membership, and the progress from its committees. Support your community. Invest in your Chamber of Commerce.

PURPOSE The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is an association of the business people who act to improve our community. The Chamber is an independent, non-profit corporation run by its members through an elected Board of Directors. The Chamber draws strength from attracting participating businesses into membership. The Chamber organizes and directs the energy, talent, and money contributed by the members into projects which improve the business climate in our community.

MEMBER BENEFITS

The Chamber also makes contributions to our community for the benefit of all citizens. It is the profitable operation of business that provides jobs and produces the wealth to finance government, education, cultural, and charitable programs which address the needs of our community.

1. Insurance coverage for health, dental, vision, life, disability, and long term-care. 2. Automatic listing of your business in this annual Publication (5,000 copies distributed across the County and beyond) as well as in the Membership Directory on the Chamber website. 3. Networking opportunities at the Monthly Business Luncheon, After Hours Events and Kingston Networking meetings.

WHAT DOES THE CHAMBER DO? The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce supports the business activities of its members through promotion, advertising, networking, and participation in community events such as the Kingston Fourth of July celebration. The Chamber runs the visitors Center which provides tourism and relocation information to people visiting or moving to our area.

4. Affordable sponsorship opportunities: Monthly Business Luncheon, weekly E-News, After Hours Events. 5. Advertising opportunities in the monthly newsletter published in the Kingston Community News and distributed to over 9,000 addresses. 6. Business card display space in the Chamber Office. 7. Patron Membership opportunities for additional advertising. 8. Website link through the Chamber website which receives 3,000 visitors per month.

The Chamber works with other local Chambers of Commerce, the Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau, and other groups and agencies to accomplish its mission. The Chamber provides its members a voice in community and governmental activities.

9. Opportunities to get involved in the community through event, beautification and economic development Committees. 10. Opportunities to increase your business exposure by becoming a Chamber Ambassador.

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C A LE ND AR O F EVE N T S FARMERS MARKETS

MARCH

Kingston: Saturdays May through October, 9 AM – 2 PM

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Cleo’s Classic Singles at Cleo’s Learning Center

Port Gamble: Sundays April through September, 11 AM – 4 PM

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Friends of Library Book Sale – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

Hansville: Fridays, April through October @ Dragon Fly Nursery

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Community Bingo Night - Hansville

Suquamish: Wednesdays, May through October. 3 – 7 PM

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

JANUARY

APRIL 8/9

Spring Book Sale - Hansville

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Cleo’s Classic Singles at Cleo’s Learning Center

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

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South Sound Wedding Workshop – Port Gamble

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Ecofest at Stillwaters Environmental Center Garden Club Plant Sale – Kingston Community Center

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Pinewood Derby Race- Hansville

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Cleo’s Classic Singles at Cleo’s Learning Center

MAY

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“Wine and Unwind” Wine Tasting – Port Gamble

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Valentine’s Night Out – Bubbly & Chocolate Party - Hansville

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Champagne & Chocolate – An Evening of Romance – Oak Table Café – a Boys and Girls Club Fundraiser - Kingston

20 OR 27 Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe: Stan Purser Memorial Pow Wow – www.pgst.nsn.us for information and confirmed date. 26

Stillwaters Annual Auction, 4-7 PM @ the Suquamish House of Awakening Culture

Thursday Nights: Port Gamble: Cruz Port Gamble – Relax with cool cars, friendly people, and good food. 7/8

Adventure Sports – Education, Inspiration and Sales targeting new to intermediate paddlers. – 297-8074 - Port Gamble

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Spring Concert – Hansville

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

JUNE Thursday Nights: Port Gamble: Cruz Port Gamble – Relax with cool cars, friendly people, and good food. 3-5

Medieval Faire – Step back in time with the Society for Creative Anachronisms. Medievalfaire.org for more info. - Port Gamble

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Civil War Re-enactment – Visit Union & Confederate army camps while they battle in Port Gamble. www.Wawc.net for more info.

JULY Thursday Nights: Port Gamble: Cruz Port Gamble – Relax with cool cars, friendly people, and good food.

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Red, White & Blue Pancake Breakfast - Hansville

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Kingston Tiny Town at Kola Kole Park – a three day celebration of children’s activities, vendors, music and entertainment.

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Kingston 4th of July Celebration: Parade – Beginning at 12 noon (or as close to the last loaded car to the ferry as possible) at Lindvog st., and follows Hwy 104 to the ferry dock. Concerts on the Cove: Entertainment all day long right up to the fireworks and beyond. Fireworks at dusk on Apple Tree Cove

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Kingston Running 4th of July 5 K Run

Oktoberfest -- – www.hansville.org for more information - Hansville Fall Festival and Chili Cookoff -- Pumpkin chuckin, hay rides, cider press, carnival games, country music and chili cookoff. -- www.Portgamble.com for more information - Port Gamble

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Kingston Town Homecoming Week: Parade and Pep Rally on Thursday Night at the Port of Kingston, Game on Friday Night at Kingston High School, kickoff at 7 PM.

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

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Muddy Paw Dog Agility – A North American Dog Agility Council sanctioned agaility trial hosted by MudPACK in Port Gamble. - Port Gamble

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Cleo’s Classic Singles at Cleo’s Learning Center

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Fall Book Sale – Hansville

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Port Gamble Ghost Conference – Port Gamble

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Friends of Library Book Sale – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and a snack to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and a snack to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Halloween Celebration – www.PortGamble.com for more info – Port Gamble

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Kids Halloween Party – www.hansville.org for more information - Hansville

NOVEMBER 5

Wine Social – www.hansville.org for more information - Hansville

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Picnic in the Park & 2nd Annual Show N’Shine Car Show - Hansville

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Kitsap Arts and Crafts Festival – Tons of vendors, food and entertainment. The Kitsap Arts and Crafts puts on this hugs festival for the purpose of creating scholarships for high school students who wish to pursue an education in the arts. - Kingston

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

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Paddle Kitsap – Kick off a two-day kayak trip through North Kitsap’s String of Pearls. www.paddlekitsap.com - Kingston and Port Gamble

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and a snack to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Port Gamble Garage Sale – Hunt for treasures in our annual town wide garage sale. - Port Gamble

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and a snack to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Maritime Music Festival – A day of sea shanties and pirate themed fun! www. Portgamble.com for more info. - Port Gamble

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GHCC Rummage Sale - Hansville

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

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Annual Hansville Coaster Games - Hansville

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Kingston Saturday Concerts on the Cove – Mike Wallace Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets to enjoy the summer concerts on the cove at 7 PM every Saturday Night.

30-Sept 2 Forest Festival/Old Mill Days – Three days of carnival rides, lumberjack shows, fireworks, and music. www.Oldmilldays.com for more info. - Port Gamble

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Kingston Country Christmas – Breakfast at Wolfle Elementary, Arts and Crafts Fairs, join Santa light the Christmas Tree at the marina at 5 PM. Come enjoy the awesome botanical light display at the marina, enjoy refreshments and carolers and watch the Parade of Boats on Apple Tree Cove.

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Country Christmas – A juried arts & crafts show. www.Portgamble.com for more info. - Port Gamble

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Christmas Concert – www.hansville.org for more information - Hansville

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Red Cross Blood Drive – Kingston Community Center - Kingston

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July 29 - 31, 2011

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k i n g sto n Welcome to Kingston, Washington, nestled in the northeast corner of the Kitsap Peninsula. The Kingston ferry docks receive 4 million visitors and commuters every year, from across the Puget Sound and around the world. Roads through town lead on to the rest of the peninsula and on to the Olympics. The population in the Kingston area, of about 8,000 people, is made up of young families, professionals who work locally or commute, and retirees who have come to be closer to family, or, who have homesteaded here from the early 1900s. In North Kitsap you can find everything you need to survive, and many opportunities to be adventurous. Local shopping provides everything from burgers to soap, paddle boards to bikes, and quilts to kayaks. Experiencing North Kitsap can include anything from a tour of an historic lighthouse, hiking in the forests, tidal pooling at low tide or watching the process of roasting peanuts. The Kingston Visitors Center is just two blocks up from the ferry docks and is kept open 6 days a week with the help of a team of volunteers. We welcome upwards of 3,000 visitors to the center every year from all over the world. In addition to providing maps and information, we sell souvenirs, fishing

licenses and tickets to local venues and events. Teams of volunteers gather to create flower baskets, which they then water in the summer, and boughs of greenery, and candy-cane wrapped light poles at Christmastime. Finding an excuse to stick around overnight is easy in Kingston. The Arts and Crafts Festival in July takes three days to show off the talents of artisans from near and far. The weekend begins with an art auction and reception. Food vendors keep you happy, while you visit the car show and enjoy musical entertainment. Farmers Markets take place in all local towns during the summer season. Supporting our local farmers and suppliers keeps the local economy moving. If spending Saturday night, in July and August you’ll find a free concert at the Kingston Marina. Bring your own chair, take out dinner from one of our local eating establishments, and be moved by the talents of jazz, rock, folk and popular performers. Remember to bring the kids and the dog. Beginning really early on a Saturday morning in August, everyone comes to Kingston to hunt for slugs. You need a license to hunt for

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these hand-made pieces of ceramic art who’ve been hidden in shops, under logs, in bushes and on trails all over town. Like any town, the Chamber website, www.KingstonChamber.com is the first site sought after by travelers for information on events, amenities and other valuable local information. Our website is updated everyday. Our relationship with the KPVCB (www.VisitKitsap.com) allows for a link to our site from theirs. We tell the community about our area in the pages of the Monthly Newsletter, published through the Kingston Community News to almost 10,000 homes and businesses every month. In addition, we have a quickly growing listserv of addresses to which we send two emails each week with event and business information. The Chamber has joined forces with Dr. Tom Lamar and launched the Chamber and event news onto the airways through KITZ 1400 AM Radio on weekday mornings at 10:30. The spot is also available on our website and blasted to our listeners through the e-news bulletins. Our Facebook page GREATER KINGSTON COMMUNITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has almost 500 fans – why don’t you become our newest?

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P o rt Ga m b le Port Gamble is a slice of New England in Kitsap County and being there is like stepping back into Washington’s territorial days. Built in a style similar to the East Coast towns those were home to the town’s founders, Andrew J. Pope & William C. Talbot. Port Gamble was named in 1841 by surveyor Charles Wilkes in honor of Lt. Robert Gamble, who was wounded in the War of 1812 sea battle between the US Frigate President and the British Belvidere. Port Gamble was briefly known in its formative days of 1853 as Teekalet, Indian for “brightness of the noonday sun.” The Schooner Julius Pringle set sail for the Puget Sound in June of 1853. She was commanded by Capt. W.C. Talbot, and Cyrus Walker, a 22-year-old former school teacher and surveyor when he first met Capt. Talbot. Walker’s name was to be associated with Puget Mill activities for more than sixty years. Capt. Talbot and a party set out in a canoe to explore a more favorable location. They landed in Port Ludlow, but William Sayward had reached there first, so they sailed on to Port Gamble. They built a shanty for lodging, a cookhouse for a store, and then started on the foundation of the mill. On September 5, 1853, the Schooner “L.P. Foster,” under command of Capt. J.P. Keller, arrived from Boston bringing boilers, engine, merchandise, supplies, and mill machinery.

The next year newer equipment for the mill arrived creating two operations. In 1858, the Puget Mill Sawmill at Port Gamble was surveyed and building lots were laid out for individual family homes. In 1870 the population at Port Gamble was 326 with 40 students enrolled in school. The first Masonic Temple in Washington Territory was formed and two years later the building was completed, which still stands today. In 1875 the Puget Mill Company was the largest holder of timberlands in the Washington Territory. In 1877 the Puget Mill Company bought the Utsalady mill on Camano Island and in 1878 the Puget Mill Company bought the prosperous mill at Port Ludlow and now owned the “ideal” location. Between 1878 and 1881 both Andrew J. Pope and William C. Talbot died. The Puget Mill Company at the time owned four saw-mills, four tugs, 150,000 acres of timberland, 14 cargo/lumber ships and lands in Maine, San Francisco, Oregon and the Washington Territory, and shipments of lumber went all over the world. Cyrus Walker managed everything, but never forgot where he began. “Port Gamble is my life,” he said. Port Gamble is set along the scenic shores of Hood Canal and Gamble Bay, a mile east of the floating bridge on Highway 104, or eight miles west of the Kingston Ferry terminal. Port

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Gamble is a privately owned National Historic Landmark District and is the jewel on the Kitsap Peninsula. The 120-acre site was founded in 1853 by Puget Mill Company (later named Pope & Talbot) as a home for mill workers and their families and was one of the premier mill towns in Puget Sound. It was the oldest continuously operating mill towns in North America before it closed in 1995 after 142 years. The town is a popular day trip, wedding destination, and meeting and event venue. It is also a great destination for residents of neighboring Jefferson, Mason, Pierce, King and Snohomish counties, especially during the summer when events (both large and small) take place almost every weekend, from a Medieval Faire to a Civil War re-enactment. Other events include Old Mill Days and Logging Show, Ghost Walks, Maritime Music Festival, Historic Walking tours, the annual Fruitcake Contest and an old-fashioned Country Christmas, which help the town draw visitors’ year around. Boutiques offer local and regional fine arts, hand crafted gifts from around the world, restaurant, books, espresso, fiber arts and weaving, spa treatments, high tea, BBQ, kayak rentals, organic fruit stand, fabric and quilts and of course the feel of an old general store.

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The New England style town features turn-of-the-century buildings, a historic church, picturesque grounds and a historic museum filled with artifacts and replicas from the town’s mill days. Elms and Maples line the town’s street – painting the area with hues of gold, orange and red in the autumn. Port Gamble has retained its historic charm and character; and remains company owned, now by Pope Resources and managed by Olympic Property Group, a division of Pope Resources. Olympic Property Group, besides re-visioning the town, is taking the lead on a trail network. It is called “The String of Pearls” and will be connecting trails in and around Port Gamble and other properties the company owns with similar trails joining North Kitsap communities. With the help of a huge team of representatives and volunteers from the community and recreation members throughout the county, it is no doubt the String of Pearls will become another North Kitsap gem. For more information on the lovely and unique town of Port Gamble, visit their Web site at www.portgamble.com.

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H A N SV I LL E Located at the northernmost tip of the Kitsap Peninsula is the town of Hansville, Washington. Just ten miles from Kingston, Hansville is home to the Point No Point Lighthouse, a Nature Conservancy Reserve, three county parks and an extensive forest and beach trail system. Originally, the area was referred to as Point No Point. In 1841 Commander Charles Wilkes of the US Exploring Expedition came upon a sandy spit, thinking it a point of land. Upon closer inspection, the spit was much smaller than it looked and there was no “point” to speak of. He named it Point No Point. The S’Klallam Tribe called the spit of land Hahdskus, translating to “Long Nose”. As Seattle and Tacoma grew and marine traffic increased, so did the occurrence of marine calamities, making it necessary to construct light stations along Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound. In 1879 construction was begun on the Point No Point Lighthouse and on January 1, 1880 it officially went into service. However, the lens for the light hadn’t yet arrived so the first light keeper, Mr. J.S. Maggs, hung a kerosene lantern in the tower and lit the way for ships until the lens arrived. About the same time, the area started to see the arrival of settlers, mostly Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnish immigrants. Upon their arrival they began fishing, farming and logging. Two such settlers were Norwegians Hans Zachariasen and Anton Husby. Hans

and Anton were fishermen and would catch herring and sell it as bait to the commercial fishermen heading out to the fishing grounds in the Strait and beyond. They also ran a ferry service with their boats, from the steamers off shore to the beach, there being no dock built yet. As legend has it, Anton was a temperate man who would refuse to ferry anyone who had been imbibing. Upon learning that, one Scandinavian man remarked to his friend “Vell, how vill dey get ashore if Anton von’t ferry dem? “ “Oh don’t vorry”, said the friend, “If Anton von’t, Hans vill.” And thus the town is called Hansville. In the late 1920s and early1930s people began to buy land on the waterfront and build summer cabins and fi shing resorts. Point No Point was a premier salmon fishing destination with as many as seven resorts at one time lining the beach. Vestiges of long docks and rails to the water still can be seen at low tide. Today, Hansville’s population of more than 2,000 consists of descendants of those early farmers, fishermen, loggers and resort owners, in addition to a diverse population of community-minded residents committed to keeping Hansville a beautiful place to live, work and play. Although the small town only consists of a general store, post office, church, and a few small businesses, there are several guest

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houses in the area, as well as many public parks with water access. Point No Point County Park is home to a historic lighthouse, offering tours April through September, as well as the US Lighthouse Society. The park contains a large wildlife refuge with many opportunities to picnic, hike, fish, or watch birds, sea animals & busy shipping lanes. Point No Point Resort, a block west of the County Park, is owned by the Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, and available for overnight camping. Reservations are necessary through the caretaker. Located in town, next to the general store is Norwegian Point Park, named for those who settled the area. A historic resort from the 30’s, plans are underway to place some of the quaint old buildings on the National Historic Registry. A couple of miles through town on Twin Spits Road, one finds a real gem, the Foulweather Bluff Nature Conservancy. From the trail head on the south side of the road, it’s an easy, short walk through the woods to a beautiful sandy cove bordered by a marsh area. Here, one may spot sea anemones, sand dollars, crabs, porpoise, river otter, osprey, heron and bald eagles. Sorry, no dogs allowed on this walk. A little south of town, Buck Lake Road winds west up to Buck Lake County Park, a popular swimming and picnicking spot. Look for the new Native Plants Garden on the walk from

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the parking lot to the Hansville Greenway & Wildlife Corridor, which trail head is located at the far corner of the ball field. The Greenway, a vast trail system through a 300-acre nature preserve connecting Puget Sound to the Hood Canal, winds through open meadows and dense forests, past beaver dams, bear and coyote habitat, on to an old logging railway, with unique glimpses into an industry past. The citizens of Hansville are very proactive in their approach to development, as well as community activities, and take pride in maintaining a rural atmosphere with an abundance of natural riches. Please enjoy your visit, and be considerate of the speed limits!

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s u q ua m is h Suquamish, a community located within Kitsap County on the Port Madison Indian Reservation just a few miles south of Kingston, is home to the Suquamish tribe, a sovereign nation. The name Suquamish originated from the tribe’s winter village site called “d’suq’wub,” which means “place of clear water.” Suquamish is easily reached via good roads and is near the Bainbridge Island ferry and Kingston ferry docks. In the past Suquamish was a vacation get-away with small weekend fishing cabins along the waterfront. Today, the community is composed of privately owned property and tribal trust property. Chief Sealth, a powerful Native American leader of the northwest, is buried at the Suquamish Memorial Cemetery. The City of Seattle takes its name from Chief Sealth. Sealth, a great orator and peacekeeper, was instrumental in preserving the culture of the Suquamish people during the treaty negotiations in the 1850s. To communicate the tribe’s concern regarding the relationship between its people and the earth, Chief Sealth spoke these famous words during the treaty accords: “Every part of this country is sacred to my people. Every hillside, every valley, every

plain and grove has been hallowed by some fond memory or some sad experience of my Tribe. Even the rocks, which seem to lie dumb as they swelter in the sun along the silent shore in solemn grandeur thrill with memories of past events connected with the fate of my people, the very dust under your feet responds more lovingly to our footsteps than to yours, because it is the ashes of our ancestors, and our bare feet are conscious of the sympathetic touch, for the soil is rich with the life of our kindred.” This historic speech, additional history, and exhibits of Suquamish, the Suquamish Tribe, and the Port Madison Indian Reservation can be found at the Suquamish Museum, on Sandy Hook Road. The community of Suquamish in the center of which stands their new Long House, is home to some of Kitsap Peninsula’s most eye-catching views. The area looks across Puget Sound to the City of Seattle, the Cascade Mountain range, and south to Mt. Rainier. Nearby, tourists can visit Grover’s Creek Fish Hatchery, the Suquamish Museum, Old Man House Park, and the gravesite of Chief Sealth. In these times, the Suquamish Tribe features the Suquamish Clearwater Casino, with “Vegas-style gaming, world-class

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entertainment.” The casino includes three dining options and hosts a waterfront resort. A free shuttle operates between the casino and the ferry docks at Kingston and Bainbridge. Today, the community of Suquamish continues its respect for the land, waters, natural resources and genuine understanding of the relationships among these systems. The Suquamish Museum ( HYPERLINK “http:// www.suquamish.nsn.us/” www.suquamish. nsn.us/ museum) is a substantial resource for further information about Suquamish. 2009 was a big year for the Suquamish community, as the town hosted the Tribal Canoe Journey in July to celebrate the 20th anniversary of a one-day pull, which occurred from Suquamish to Seattle to celebrate Washington State’s Centennial Year. Since 1993, when the Bella Bella people challenged the Canoe Nations to paddle to their shores, the Canoe Journey has been an annual event with stops all along the coast. Last year, the nations ended their journey in Suquamish with celebrations of food and dance, music and sharing between tribes. In mid-August, Suquamish hosts Tribal Nations from all over the United States and Canada when it celebrates Chief Seattle Days.

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ciently. “For example, is it necessary to have duplicated positions?”

Vic Schiavone, a retired veteran of the U.S. Army, left, listens as service volunteer Earl Jones, Navy retired, works with Army veteran John Watte and his wife, Joan, Thursday at the American Legion Post 245 room at Poulsbo City Hall. The post is closing the office Oct. 14.

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POULSBO — After cutting staff by 10 percent the City of Poulsbo still faces a shortfall of more than $228,000 in 2011, according to a preliminary proposed budget released Wednesday. City leaders must now reexamine various service contracts and department budgets in search of savings. “Those are pretty much going to be a drop in the bucket, but anything helps,” said city Finance Director Debbie Booher. Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson

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repairs. The office is open one day a week, and typically receives up to 10 visitors a day. Assistance to veterans is free. Many of those seekmonthly rents at nothing less than ing services hope to secure com$1,000, volunteers said. pensation for physical or mental The office will close Oct. 14. disabilities associated with active “There’s a profound sadness that duty, and need help navigating this office is being closed down,” paperwork. said service officer “Veterans who Earl Jones. come to us are usu“There’s a profound The space ally not confident sadness that this the office occuthey can deal with office is being closed the (Department of pies in City Hall was a temporary Veterans Affairs) down.” arrangement in on their own,” Earl Jones conjunction with Jones said. Veterans Service officer the county, which He increasingly owns a portion of sees veterans of the building, city the wars in Iraq Finance Director Debbie Booher and Afghanistan suffering Postsaid. The office was moved there Traumatic Stress Disorder, as well with the understanding it would as a rise in the number of female search for different long-term veterans in need. A number of arrangements. Vietnam-era service members Mayor Becky Erickson said she are dealing with the effects of showed office volunteers the base- Agent Orange, Jones said. He also ment of the Parks and Recreation receives visits from veterans of building on Front Street, but they SEE VETERANS, A28 decided it was in need of too many

taken from reserves to balance the budget. “I really am certain this will be the last year we have to do it,” she said. Options to decrease the deficit include a city vehicle, an idea the city’s Finance Committee previously shelved, or a 10-day per year staff furlough. Finance committee members suggested a final $40,000 debt payment for the Marine Science Center be at least partially absorbed by the Marine Science Center Foundation. The city maintains its status as a

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POULSBO — A veteran service office in Poulsbo that has assisted more than 1,000 military members and their spouses will close this month after a search for a suitable place to relocate turned up empty. Volunteers from American Legion Poulsbo Post 245 said they were unable to find a new permanent home after the National Guard armory on Jensen Way was shuttered and sold in 2009. The service office is operating out of the basement of City Hall, but that building will be vacated next month when the city moves into its newly built municipal campus at the corner of Moe Street and Third Avenue. Both office locations were provided at no cost, but a recent survey of available spaces turned up

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Kingston COMMUNITY NEWS hopes no more than $150,000 in revenue stabilization will be used to shore up the budget, leaving reserves at about $1 million, she said. Last year $400,000 was taken from reserves to balance Kingston • Hansville • Indianola • the budget. By JENNIFER MORRIS “I really am certain this will jmorris@northkitsapherald.com be the last year we have to do it,” POULSBO — After cutting staff she said. by 10 percent the City of Poulsbo Options to decrease the deficit still faces a shortfall of more than include a city vehicle, an idea the $228,000 in 2011, according to city’s Finance Committee previa preliminary proposed budget ously shelved, or a 10-day per released Wednesday. year staff furlough. City leaders must now reexamFinance committee members ine various service contracts and suggested a final $40,000 debt department budgets in search of payment for the Marine Science savings. Center be at least partially “Those are pretty much going absorbed by the Marine Science to be a drop in the bucket, but Center Foundation. anything helps,” said city Finance The city maintains its status as a Director Debbie Booher. Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson SEE CITY BUDGET, A28

monthly rents at nothing less than $1,000, volunteers said. The office will close Oct. 14. POULSBO — A veteran service “There’s a profound sadness that office in Poulsbo that has assisted more than 1,000 military mem- this office is being closed down,” bers and their spouses will close said service officer Jones. “There’s a profound this month after a search for a Earl Port Gamble • Little Boston • Eglon The space suitable place to relocate turned sadness that this the office occuup empty. office is being closed pies in City Hall Volunteers from American Vision, ambition markeda2010temporary down.” Legion OMMUNITY Poulsbo Post 245 saidEWS they was T were Neighbor unable per- at arrangement in Aid to find a new Clinic with Spectrum conjunction surges ahead manent home after the National to close Guard armory on Jensen Way was the county, which owns a portion of shuttered and sold in 2009. The service office is operating the building, city out of the basement of City Hall, Finance Director Debbie Booher but that building will be vacated said. The office was moved there next month when the city moves with the understanding it would into its newly built municipal cam- search for different long-term pus at the corner of Moe Street arrangements. Mayor Becky Erickson said she and Third Avenue. Both office locations were pro- showed office volunteers the basevided at no cost, but a recent sur- ment of the Parks and Recreation building on Front Street, but they vey of available spaces turned up decided it was in need of too many By JENNIFER MORRIS

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Port Gam b le S’Kl all am The Port Gamble S’Klallam Reservation is located on the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State. It is adjacent to Port Gamble Bay, one of the most stunning scenic waterways in the area that has, for generations, provided a cultural outlet and sustenance to the Port Gamble S’Klallam people. Even today, many of the Tribe’s over 1,150 members depend on the Bay either for personal use or commercial fishing and shellfishing.

recognizes the need for immediate action to make sure it remains vital for future generations.

Originally known as the Nux Sklai Yem or the Strong People, the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe are descendants of the Salish people who have been well established in the Puget Sound basin and surrounding areas since 2400 B.C. The Tribe’s original ancestral village was situated at what is known today as the town of Port Gamble, which is across Port Gamble Bay from their current home of Point Julia. They were asked to relocate in the early 1900s after the opening of a sawmill at the Port Gamble townsite.

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Reservation is known for its stunning wooded vistas and tranquil, picturesque water views. While in Kitsap County, spend some time walking the beaches of Port Gamble Bay or visit the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe’s carving center, which is located across from the Longhouse and government center on Little Boston Road. The carving center offers for sale traditional tribal art crafted by master carvers.

Today, the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe is dedicated to maintaining their way of life, in part, by being a steward for the environment. Their main focus has been Port Gamble Bay, which was been harmed by decades of pollution stemming from timber production. While the Bay is resilient and one of the last waterways of its kind open to shellfish harvesting in the Puget Sound, the Tribe

They have worked tirelessly with local, state, and private organizations to assemble a plan to cleanup and restore Port Gamble Bay. This has included acting as a watchdog against development and other projects that may affect the Bay’s long-term health.

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Whether you need gas, a snack, or a refreshing drink, stop in on The Gliding Eagle Marketplace, which is 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. This recently renovated facility features over 550 gaming machines, an expansive buffet, lounge, a nonsmoking gaming experience and Vegas-style gaming tables.

Philanthropy The Port Gamble S’Klallam Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for tribal members while increasing the community’s understanding of the Tribe’s rich cultural heritage. Past projects have involved a successful capital campaign for the House of Knowledge, which included the first Tribal Longhouse in over 100 years as well as an Elders Center and a new home for the Little Boston Library. Current focused goals include scholarship funding for Tribal members, publication of a Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe history book, and a matching funds capital campaign for the construction of a new facility for early childhood education. Outside the efforts of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Foundation, the Tribe also awards non-profit and community organizations up to $2500 in grants twice a year. For more information on the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, please visit their website at www.pgst.nsn.us.

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Acupuncture The Acupuncture and Wellness Center Kim Pedersen (360) 394-4357 www.acupuncturewellness.net 18870 8th Avenue, Suite 108 Poulsbo, WA 98370 Harbor Healing Center Nancy Knode (360) 297-0029 www.harborhealingcenter.com P.O. Box 1636 Kingston, WA 98346 North Kitsap Naturopathic Karen D’Archangel (360) 297-0866 25995 Barber Cut Off Road NE, Suite B-3 Kingston, WA 98346

Emblematics Company Sal Catania (360) 881-0543 www.emblematicsco.com 26509 Bond Road NE Kingston, WA 98346

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap Mark Hufford (206) 842-2451 www.pawsbainbridge.org PO Box 10811 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

The Dance Within Claudine McCormick (360) 394-8300 www.thedancewithin.com PO Box 1195 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Kingston Community News Donna Etchey (360) 779-4464 www.kingstoncommunitynews.com P. O. Box 278 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Appraisal Service Knight Appraisal Service Susan Knight (360)930-8700 21250 Brevik Place NW Poulsbo, WA 98370

Kingston High School Fine Arts Boosters LasicaCrane (360) 860-0450 www.khsfab.org PO Box 778 Kingston, WA 98346

KITZ 1400 Radio Conn Williamson (360) 876-1400 www.KITZ1400.com 1700 Mill Hill Drive, Suite 243 Port Orchard, WA 98366

Art Supplies & Frames

North Kitsap Herald Donna Etchey (360) 779-4464 www.northkitsapherald.com P. O. Box 278 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Arts Education

Kingston Frame Shop Mark Scholl (360) 297-3574 P.O. Box 870 Kingston, WA 98346 Shabala Studio Marcia Randall DeBard (360) 265-3188 www.shabalastudio.com 32868 Hoffman Rd. NE Kingston, WA 98346

Pierside Publishing & Promotions David Kutz (360) 297-2260 www.piersidepromos.com PO Box 569 Kingston, WA 98346

Arts Organizations

Kitsap Arts & Crafts Bryan Monroe (360) 297-3975 www.kitsapartsandcrafts.com 8202 Hwy 104, Suite 102, PMB # 254 Kingston, WA 98346

Attorneys Beebe, Roberts & Bryan, P.L.L.C. David Roberts (360) 297-4542 P. O. Box 163 Kingston, WA 98346

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Law Offices of Gerald A. Kearney, PLLC Gerry Kearney (360) 297-8500 www.kitsapattorney.com P. O. Box 1314 Kingston, WA 98346

Liberty Bay Bank of Washington Jennifer Carvier (360) 779-4567 www.libertybankwa.com 19917 7th Avenue NE Poulsbo, WA 98370

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Wells Fargo Bank Jennifer Crossett (360) 779-2232 www.wellsfargo.com PO Box 9 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Benchmark Automotive Scott Carlson (360) 297-6812 www.benchmarkautoandtire.com 8202 St Hwy 104 Suite 102 PMB 34 Kingston, WA 98346

Automotive Equipment Sales SK Stanford Co. Steven Stanford (360) 830-5311 P.O. Box 4665 Bremerton, WA 98312

Bakery Borrowed Kitchen Bakery Lacey Menne (360) 860-1601 www.borrowedkitchenbakery.com PO Box 1936 Kingston, WA 98346 Mirracole Morsels Nicole Matheson (360) 981-3984 6196 NE Center Street Suquamish, WA 98392

Bath and Herbal Products R.A.W. Products Christine Conners (360) 689-1591 27010 Tamsen Avenue Poulsbo, WA 98370 The Soap Crate Donna Schambron (360) 551-2895 www.etsy.com/shop/thesoapcrate 11021 Pansy Place NW Silverdale, WA 98383

Beauty Consultant Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant Marie Gordon Gardner (360) 509-5781 www.marykay.com/marieagg PO Box 211 Keyport, WA 98345-0211

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Sweet Life Cakery Methia Gordon (206) 399-9748 www.sweetlifecakery.net PO Box 339 Kingston, WA 98346

Perpetual Cycle Tim Todd (360) 626-8934 www.perpetual-cycle.com 9320 NE West Kingston Road Kingston, WA 98346

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Bank of America - Kingston Branch ScottSnively (360) 692-0107 www.bankofamerica.com 10943 NE State Highway 104 Kingston, WA 98346 Columbia Bank, Kingston Branch Caroline Hope (206) 855-4505 www.columbiabank.com 26563 Lindvog Road NE Kingston, WA 98346 Kitsap Bank - Kingston Branch Lori Schmidt (360) 297-3034 kitsapbank.com P. O. Box 9 Kingston, WA 98346 Kitsap Credit Union Suzanne Tapper (360) 662-2227 8606 St. Hwy 104 NE Bremerton, WA 98310

Anderson Yacht Design John or Pat Anderson (360) 297-8980 27865 Sandy Beach Lane Kingston, WA 98346

Building & Supplies Kingston Lumber Supply Co. Tom Waggoner (360) 297-3600 www.kingstonlumber.com P. O. Box 169 Kingston, WA 98346

Business Services/ Consulting Business Services Northwest/ Melaleuca Amy Spray (360) 881-0267 PO Box 151 Poulsbo, WA 98370 Creative Office Guru Shirley Bomgaars (360) 981-1838 www.creativeofficeguru.com PO Box 456 Kingston, WA 98346

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Stillwaters Environmental Center Camps Naomi Maasberg (360)-297-1226 www.stillwatersenvironmentalcenter.org 26059 Barber Cut Off Road Kingston, WA 98346

Bayside Community Church Barbara Brumagin (360) 297-2000 www.baysidecommunitychurch.org P. O. Box 250 Kingston, WA 98346

Carpet Cleaning Shirvan Rug Gallery Adem Solak (206) 780-7992 www.shirvanrugs.com 424 Winslow Way Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Stanley Steemer, CJT Corp. Randy and Eva Monlux (360) 626-9012 www.stanleysteemer.com P. O. Box 185 Kingston, WA 98346

Casinos The Point Casino Scott Laursen (360) 297-0070 x114 www.the-point-Casino.com 7989 Salish Ln NE Kingston, WA 98346 Suquamish Clearwater Casino & Resort Sam Askew (360) 598-8700 www.clearwatercasino.com 15347 Suquamish Way NE Suquamish, WA 98392

Catering Little City Catering Mimi Smith-Danielson (360) 297-8876 www.littlecitycatering.com 26788 Highland Rd. NE Kingston, WA 98346

Chiropractic Anchor Chiropractic Tom Lamar (360) 297-8111 www.AnchorChiropractic.net 25989 Barber Cut-off Road Kingston, WA 98346 Benson Chiropractic Clinic Dr.Craig A. Benson (360) 779-9957 www.drbenson.com P.O. Box 1893 Poulsbo, WA 98370 Kingston Chiropractic Clinic Andrew Swanson (360) 297-4544 P. O. Box 1188 Kingston, WA 98346 Kingston Crossing Wellness Clinic Rayshel Stebbins (360) 297-0037 www.kitsapchiro.com 8202 NE State Hwy 104 #105 Kingston, WA 98346

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North Peninsula Unity Church Ildi Deaky (360) 297-5100 PO Box 1067 Kingston, WA 98346

Cleaning Island Rose’s Maid Service Cristina Rose (360) 536-7844 PO Box 2140 Kingston, WA 98346

Clubs/Organizations/ Foundations Kingston Farmer’s Market Clinton Dudley (360) 297-7683 www.kingstonfarmersmarket.com P.O. Box 124 Kingston, WA 98346 Boy Scout Troop #555 Michelle Coddington (360) 638-0016 PO Box 813 Kingston, WA 98346 Greater Kingston Kiwanis Dale Rude (360)265-6761 www.kiwanis.org PO Box 830 Kingston, WA 98346 Kingston Cove Yacht Club Steve Hyman (360) 297-3371 www.kcyc.org P. O. Box 81 Kingston, WA 98346 Kingston 4th of July Celebration Pete DeBoer (360) 649-1806 www.KingstonTinyTown.com PO Box 1505 Kingston, WA 98346 Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Skip Peters P.O. Box 832 Kingston, WA 98346 North Kitsap Schools Foundation Ken Shawcroft (360) 638-2495 www.nkschoolsfoundation.org PO Box 1236 Kingston, WA 98346 White Horse Golf Club Bruce Christy (360) 297-4468 www.whitehorsegolf.com 22795 Three Lions Place NE Kingston, WA 98346

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Coffee The Cup & Muffin Amy & Mark Anderson (360) 297-3364 www.cupandmuffin.com PO Box 1977 Kingston, WA 98346 Cuppa Bella Marcus Croman (360) 297-1881 www.CuppaBella.com 10984 State Hwy 104, #117 Kingston, WA 98346

Communications Consulting ACN Adam Halliburton (360) 801-5077 www.myacn.com 7626 Shilowood Place NW Bremerton, WA 98311 Hanson, Kendall Ken Hanson (360)710-2936 www.kendallhanson.com PO Box 1360 Kingston, WA 98346

Construction/General Contractors Better Than Average Builders Ken Orlob 297-3704 www.btabuilders.com PO Box 917 Kingston, WA 98346 Chinook Properties Marnie Clark (360) 638-2457 www.chinookpropertiesinc.com P.O. Box 2060 Kingston, WA 98346 Construction Development Kevin Parnell (360) 271-5644 17758 Douglas Road NW Poulsbo, WA 98370 Fairbank Construction Jim Duwe (206) 842-9217 www.fairbankconstruction.com 220 Madison AVenue South Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Computers-Software/ Support/Consulting

Kingston Construction Jozef Rura (360) 297-7742 www.KingstonConstruction-LLC.com 24442 S. Kingston Road NE Kingston, WA 98346

ABE Computer Consultants Art Ellison (360) 638-0738 www.abeconsultants.com 6744 NE Admiralty Lane Hansville, WA 98340

Sentinel Construction David Godbolt (360) 297-0080 www.sentinelconstruction.com 26119 Calvary Lane, Suite 700 Kingston, WA 98346

HughesTech NW, Inc. Mark Hughes (360) 479-3400 www.hughestechnw.com PO Box 5348 Bremerton, WA 98312

Sunnyview Consulting Don Hutchins (360) 881-0279 26772 NE Sunnyview Lane Kingston, WA 98346

Concrete-Precast Washington Precast Products Inc. Candace House (360) 598-1631 PO Box 266 Indianola, WA 98342

Conference/Meeting Facilities

TEC Construction Inc. Kathy Rayment (360) 297-5557 P.O. Box 43 Kingston, WA 98346

Consulting

Olympic Property Group Shana Smith (360) -297-8074 www.portgamble.com P. O. Box 85 Port Gamble, WA 98364

The Iverson Associates Marylou Iverson (360) 908-3479 PO Box 1117 Kingston, WA 98346

McClure Consulting, LLC Laura McClure (360) 297-4300 P.O. Box 1924 Kingston, WA 98346

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Apple Tree Cove Dental Center Daniel Thacker (360) 297-3392 P. O. Box 149 Kingston, WA 98346 Kingston Dental Sean Couch 360-297-2298 www.kingstondental.net 25995 Barber Cutoff Rd NE Kingston, WA 98346

Education-Certification Northwest Laborers Training Program Mike Warren (360) 297-3035 www.nwlaborerstraining.org 27055 Ohio Ave NE Kingston, WA 98346

Education-Schools North Kitsap School District Dr. Rick Jones (360) 779-8700 www.nkschools.org 18360 Caldart Ave. NE Poulsbo, WA 98370

Emergency Services North Kitsap Fire & Rescue Michele Laboda (360) 297-3619 www.nkfr.org 26642 Miller Bay Rd. N.E. Kingston, WA 98346

Engraving Bayside Engravers, LLC Craig Hammond & Lainie Patterson (360)697-3738 www.baysideengravers.com P. O. Box 2801 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Entertainment

Jennings-Heins and Associates Jim Heins (360) 779-7716 www.jenningsheins.com P.O Box 2198 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Cleo’s Landing Susan Rodgers (360) 297-4414 www.cleoslanding.com 28121 Gamble Bay Road NE Kingston, WA 98346

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DEF Productions Danny Fritts (360) 598-2030 www.def-productions.com PO Box 2133 Poulsbo, WA 98370

DJ Guy, The Frederick Pinard (360) 440-7248 www.thedjguy.com PO Box 1412 Poulsbo, WA 98370 Lisa Thomas Music Services, LLC Lisa Thomas (360) 638-1026 PO Box 1543 Kingston, WA 98346

Financial Services Kitsap Credit Union Suzanne Tapper (360) 662-2227 8606 St. Hwy 104 NE Bremerton, WA 98310

Fitness/Gyms/Exercise Kingston Fitness LLC Stephanie Smith (360) 297-3336 www.Kingston-Fitness.com 26001 Barber Cutoff Road NE #C-2 Kingston, WA 98346 Take Shape for Life Glen Spidal (503) 648-6231 www.HealthTeamforYou.tsfl.com 3031 SE Tumblestone Drive Hillsboro, OR 97123

Gardening/Landscaping/ Farming Dragonfly Farms Inc. Heidi Kaster 638-1292 www.dragonflyfarmsnursery.com 34881 Hansville Road Kingston, WA 98346 Foxglove Greenhouses Gail Halsaver (360) 297-0410 PO Box 1995 Kingston, WA 98346 Grassroots Gardening Annie Humiston (360) 297-7177 PO Box 700 Kingston, WA 98346 Labyrinth Hill Lavender Susan L. Harrington (360) 638-2642 www.LabyrinthHill.com PO Box 448 Hansville, WA 98340

Blue Water Inn 11045 NE State Hwy 104 (Po Box 132) Kingston WA 98346

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Larson Casteel Company Laurie Larson (360) 297-2444 www.larsoncasteel.com P.O. Box 1736 Kingston, WA 98346 Shovel & Company LLC Brad Pugh (360) 297-4646 PO Box 1537 Kingston, WA 98346 Sunrise Hill Farm LLC Chris Plummer (360) 297-3282 www.sunrisehillfarm.org 11033 NE Tulin Road Kingston, WA 98346

Golf Course White Horse Golf Club Bruce Christy (360) 297-4468 www.whitehorsegolf.com 22795 Three Lions Place NE Kingston, WA 98346

Government Bauer, Commissioner Stephen Stephen Bauer (360) 337-7146 614 Division St., MS-4 Port Orchard, WA 98366 Public Utility Disrict No. 1 of Kitsap County, State of Washington John Armstrong (360) 779-7656 PO Box 1989 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Graphic Design Armstrong Design Wendy Armstrong (360) 297-3133 www.warmstrong.com PO Box 1119 Kingston, WA 98346 Catherine Palmer Designs Catherine Palmer (360) 598-1796 20665 Terasse Drive NW Poulsbo, WA 98370 Kool Rd Studios Taffy Gallagher (360) 434-5647 www.koolrd.com PO Box 1764 Kingston, WA 98346

Groceries Costco Wholesale #013 Tom Taylor (206) 356-6760 www.costco.com 10000 Mickelberry Rd. NW Silverdale, WA 98383 Kingston IGA Rick Bjornson (360) 297-3350 P. O. Box 204 Kingston, WA 98346

Hair Salon Harbor Hair Design Lynn Hammond (360) 297-3499 www.harborhairdesign.com P.O. Box 373 Kingston, WA 98346 Oregon Street Salon Renae Chrisman (360) 297-1899 PO Box 1813 Kingston, WA 98346 Snippers Barber Shop Dorothy Benson (360) 297-7566 11094 NE West Kingston Road Kingston, WA 98346

Hardware Kingston Henery Hardware Laura Warner (360) 297-3366 www.doitbest.com P.O. Box 539 Kingston, WA 98346

Hauling and Debris Removal Dump Runner, The James Byers (360) 620-5753 P.O. Box 1154 Kingston, WA 98346

Health Care Services Thermal Body Scan NW, Inc. Debby DeMartini (360) 930-1954 www.thermalbodyscannw.com 18870 8th Avenue NE, Suite 203 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Hotels, Motels, Inns, Bed and Breakfasts Blue Water Inn Sheila and Harvey Powar (360) 297-3622 www.bluewaterinn.net P.O. Box 132 Kingston, WA 98346 Das River Haus Karen Brown (360) 437-9910 www.DestinationLeavenworth.com P.O. Box 65348 Port Ludlow, WA 98365 Foxbridge Bed & Breakfast Leslie & Kyle Chamberlain (360) 697-4875 www.Foxbridge.com 30680 Hwy 3 NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 Holiday Inn Express Micah Kim (360) 697-4400 www.hiexpress.com/poulsbowa 19801 7th Avenue NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 Port Gamble Guest Houses Rhea Schneider (360) 297-5114 PO Box 233 Port Gamble, WA 98364 The Sycamore Group, Inc Kinam Sohn (206) 851-7646 www.thesycamoregroup.net Kingston, WA 98346

Mork, Stuart E. Stuart Mork (206) 781-0336 7710 31st Ave. N. W. Seattle, WA 98117-4642 Noeldner, Jim Jim Noeldner (360) 779-8859 18360 Caldart Avenue NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 Port-To-Port Transport, Inc Brian Henshaw (360) 779-7963 25865 Big Valley Road Poulsbo, WA 98370 Tarver, Richard Richard Tarver (360) 373-4631 1827 S. Marine Dr. Bremerton, WA 98312

Insurance Allstate Insurance Marcy Johnson (360) 297-3700 www.allstateagencies.com/Marcy 3010 Bethel Road SE Port Orchard, WA 98366 Brewton-Hight Insurance Agency, Inc. John W. Hight Maggie Brewton-Hight (360) 692-6880 www.brewtonhight.com 2416 N W Myhre Rd #101 Silverdale, WA 98383 Carney Cargill, Inc. Johnathan Carney (206) 842-8987 www.carneycargill.com 375 Erickson Ave., Suite 213 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Health Insurance

Individual

Berg Andonian, Inc. Gayle Norton (253) 858-5115 www.bergandonian.com 5713 Wollochet Dr. NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Chessman, Betty Claire Betty Claire Chessman (360) 297-4125 PO Box 537 Kingston, WA 98346

Cummings, Fraser & Associates, LLC Jane Fraser (206) 923-7300 600 Stewart St., Suite 1120 Seattle, WA 98101

Carney Cargill, Inc. Johnathan Carney (206) 842-8987 www.carneycargill.com 375 Erickson Ave., Suite 213 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Craig Chastain Craig Chastain (206) 780-8051 14415 Highway 305 NE Kingston, WA 98346

Dan Brown Insurance Agency Dan Brown dbrown12@farmersagent.com (360) 385-0409 www.farmersinsurance.com/ dbrown12 11507 NE Skyward Loop Kingston, WA 98346

Heavy Equipment/Truck Repair

Pete DeBoer Pete DeBoer (360) 649-1806 26325 Illinois Avenue, Suite B203 Kingston, WA 98346

Home Care Management

Lee, Robert E. Robert Lee (360) 297-4462 PO Box 1428 Kingston, WA 98346

Rogers Family Insurance/State Farm Insurance Trely Wolfe trely@rogersfamilyinsurance.com (360) 930-3555 www.rogersfamilyinsurance.com 19589 Front Street, Suite 100 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Next Door Home Services Barbara or Dennis Brumagin (360) 297-8223 www.nextdoorhs.com P.O. Box 230 Kingston, WA 98346

Micheal David Wood Enterprises Micheal Wood (360) 598-4355 16380 Candy Loop NE Poulsbo, WA 98370

State Farm -- David Lee Agency David J. Lee (360) 613-5550 www.davidleeinsurance.com 10868 NW Myhre Place, Suite 101 Silverdale, WA 98383

Flying Wrench Services Joe Kiernan (360)638-0044 www.flyingwrench.net P.O.Box 1361 Kingston, WA 98346

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Interior Design

Mental Health Services

Pets/Pet Supplies and Food

Property Management/ Sales

Design Connection Susan Rodgers (360) 297-4414 www.interiordesignconnection.net 28121 Gamble Bay Rd. NE Kingston, WA 98346

Kitsap Mental Health Services Joe Roszak (360) 373-5422 www.kitsapmentalhealth.org 5455 Almira Dr. N. E. Bremerton, WA 98311

Country Pet Shoppe Stephanie Stebbing (360) 297-4165 34911 Bodine Rd. Kingston, WA 98346

Tim Ryan Properties, LP Colleen Crabtree (360) 779-7667 19307 8th Avenue NE Poulsbo, WA 98370

Northlight Interiors Michele Edwards (360) 620-7763 PO Box 154 Hansville, WA 98340

Mortgage/Escrow/Title

Photography

Quilting, Fabric, Supplies, Classes

Internet Service

Bank of America Home Loans David Boone (206) 201-0010 1200 Hildebrand Lane NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Brad Camp Images Brad Camp (360) 860-1342 www.bradcampimages.com 26646 Trophy Lane Kingston, WA 98346

The OGDEN Group.net Tom Ogden (360) 633-2580 TheOgdenGroup.net P.O. Box 1948 Kingston, WA 98346

Land Title Company Allison Morrison (360) 692-2233 www.landtitleco.net P. O.Box 2737 Silverdale, WA 98383

TOMSIMAGES.COM Tom Woltjer (360) 297-3688 www.tomsimages.com 24405 Taree Blvd NE Kingston, WA 98346

Legal Services

Movers/Storage

Physical Therapy

Safe Secure Enterprises Sandy Scott (360) 598-4022 www.safe-secure.info PO Box 221 Port Gamble, WA 98364

Hill Moving Services Katherine Hill (360) 697-3969 www.hillmoving.com 26394 Pioneer Way NW Poulsbo, WA 98370

Kitsap Physical Therapy Rich McDowell (360) 297-7050 www.KitsapPT.com 26001 Barber Cut Off Rd. NE, C-1 Kingston, WA 98346

Library

Movie Theater/Video Rentals

Printer Repair

Kitsap Regional Library Kingston Branch Susan Lavin (360) 297-3330 www.krl.org P.O. Box 519 Kingston, WA 98346

Olympic Printer Resources, Inc. Jeff Petersen (360) 297-8384 http://www.olyprinter.com 26127 Calvary Lane, Suite 200 Kingston, WA 98346

Firehouse Theater Craig Smith (360) 297-4849 www.firehouse-theater.com P.O. Box 590 Indianola, WA 98342

Printing

Manufacturing

Non-Profit

PAC Tool International Dave Woodman (360) 297-3735 www.pactool.us P. O. Box 1604 Kingston, WA 98346

US Lighthouse Society Jeff Gales (415) 362-7255 www.uslhs.org 9005 Point No. Point Road NE Hansville, WA 98340

Steele Inc. Lynn Steele (360) 297-4555 www.steelevest.com P.O. Box 7304 Kingston, WA 98346

Village Green Foundation Katherine Klint (360) 297-5290 www.kingstonvillagegreen.org PO Box 1317 Kingston, WA 98346

Massage

Notary

Merchant Services

Mark Gibson & Associates Mark Gibson (360) 297-2739 http://prepaidlegal.com/hub/ markcgibson/ 10440 NE State Highway 104 Apt. 3 Kingston, WA 98346

Platinum Cash Flow Solutions LLC Bob Wilke (425) 672-4323 www.platinumcfs.com 23632 Highway 99, Suite F421 Edmonds, WA 98026

Kingston Eye Care Center Mitchell Brokett (360) 297-2844 www.2020eyecarecenters.com 25989 Barber Cutoff Rd. Kingston, WA 98346

Massage Clinic, The Kiyoko Shimonaka-Weeden (360) 638-2132 PO Box 248 Hansville, WA 98340

Optometry

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Kingston Mail & Print Carolyn Seim (360) 297-2173 8202 State Hwy. 104, Suite 102 Kingston, WA 98346 S&J Graphics Jana & Srecko Kramberger (360) 297-0059 P.O. Box 1738 Kingston, WA 98346

Kingston Quilt Shop Connie, Simila/Jacque Noard 360-297-2729 www.kingstonquiltshop.com P. O.Box 1264 Kingston, WA 98346

Real Estate Dream Realty Gerald A. Kearney (360) 297-8500 www.kitsapdreamrealty.com P.O. Box 1314 Kingston, WA 98346 Heckly, Thomas E. - John L. Scott Thomas Heckly (360) 297-7500 x 317 www.JohnLScott.com PO Box 1329 Kingston, WA 98346 John L. Scott-Kingston Tom Heckly (360) 297-7500 www.johnlscott.com/kingston P. O. Box 1329 Kingston, WA 98346 Lien, Peggy - John L. Scott Peggy Lien (360) 621-5649 www.johnlscott.com/peggyl 1486 29th Place NE Issaquah, WA 98029

Propane Distributor

Ross, Karen Karen Ross (360) 297-0316 www.johnlscott.com/karenr P.O. Box 1519 Kingston, WA 98346

Kitsap Propane Larry Brooke (360) 638-1313 www.kitsappropane.com PO Box 2092 Kingston, WA 98346

Rude, Dale - John L. Scott Dale Rude (360) 265-6761 www.johlscott.com/daler PO Box 1987 Kingston, WA 98346

Propane Northwest Inc. Jeff Radke (360) 337-9307 www.propanenorthwest.com P.O. Box 949 Kingston, WA 98346

Sound Counsel Realty Adam Morrow (206) 949-9467 www.soundcounselrealty.com 10214 NE Torvanger Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Property Maintenance

Susan Henry Real Estate Susan Henry (360) 860-1152 www.SusanHenryRE.com P.O Box 373 Indianola, WA 98342

Doremire, Glen Glen E. Doremire (360) 297-4259 P.O. Box 1929 Kingston, WA 98346

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Wetter Family LLC James Wetter (360) 626-0206 P.O. Box 1641 Kingston, WA 98346 Windemere Real Estate Kim Pool Kim Poole (360)297-6420 www.kimlpoole.com 26569 Lindvog Rd. NE Kingston, WA 98346 Windemere Real Estate Kingston Jennifer Gelle (360) 297-2661 www.windermere.com 26569 Lindvog Road NE Kingston, WA 98346 Windermere Real Estate Cathy Morris Cathy Morris 360-271-8448 www.CathyMorris. myWindermere.com P.O. Box 1929 Kingston, WA 98346 Windermere Real Estate Doug Hallock Doug Hallock (360) 271-1315 www.sellkingston.com 26569 Lindvog Road NE Kingston, WA 98346 Windermere Real Estate Scott Anderson Scott Anderson (360) 536-2048 www.sanderson.mywindermere.com 26569 Lindvog Road NE, Suite 100 Kingston, WA 98346 Woodward, Sonny & Jane Sonny Woodward (360) 598-4580 PO Box 5 Indianola, WA 98342

Randy-Kan Portable Restrooms Randy Bauer (360) 509-0655 www.randykan.com PO Box 152 Kingston, WA 98346

Westside Pizza Alex Zollinger (360) 297-6800 www.westsidepizza.com 25955 Ohio Avenue NE Kingston, WA 98346

Residential Additions/ Home Design/Planning

Retail Sales

Marsh Menne Estimating and Design Marsh Menne (360) 297-8382 www.mmedbuildingsolutions.net P.O. Box 480 Kingston, WA 98346

Restaurants Cuppa Bella Marcus Croman (360) 297-1881 www.CuppaBella.com 10984 State Hwy 104, #117 Kingston, WA 98346 The Grub Hut Sean Pickard (360)881-0147 www.peaceloveandgrub.com 20615 55th Avenue W. Lynnwood, WA 98036 Kingston Pizza Factory Nick Ftisemons (360) 297-7777 www.kingston.pizzafactory.com 26406 Barrett Road Kingston, WA 98346 Mike’s Four Star BBQ Mike & Stefanie Richman (360) 297-4BBQ www.mikesfourstarbbq.com 4719 NE State Hywy 104 Port Gamble, WA 98364

Recreation/Sporting Goods

Oak Table Cafe Ross McCurdy (360) 881-0554 www.oaktablecafe.com PO Box 1366 Kingston, WA 98346

Kingston Adventures Beth Brewster (360) 860-1717 Po Box 2622 Kingston, WA 98346

Soho Teriaki Sonia Boules (360) 297-1255 8208 NE State Highway 104, Suite 103 Kingston, WA 98346

Olympic Outdoor Center John Kuntz www.olympicoutdoorcenter.com PO Box 236 Port Gamble, WA 98364

Rentals Patchwork Equities LLC Nancy J. Martin (360) 297-6640 25164 South Kingston Rd. NE Kingston, WA 98346

Streibel’s Deli Mart Marcie Morgensen (360) 297-8066 26605 State Highway 104 NE Kingston, WA 98346 Tea Room at Port Gamble Janis Kelley (360) 297-4225 www.TeaRoomatPortGamble.com PO Box 333 Port Gamble, WA 98364

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Best Friend Antiques Sheila Walters (360) 297-4848 PO Box 296 Port Gamble, WA 98364 CBs Nuts Clark Bowen (360) 297-1213 PO Box 516, Hansville, WA 98340 Kingston, WA 98346 Gigi Hill Bags Teresa Hall (206) 714-3331 www.gigihillbags.com/teresahall 22265 Miller Bay Road NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 Jen’s Attic Jennifer Holsted (360) 297-3100 www.jensatticsales.com PO Box 1478 Kingston, WA 98346 Lil Sprouts Toy Shop Michelle Lanning (360) 297-2468 www.lilsproutstoyshop.com PO Box 1224 Kingston, WA 98346 Melelauca Kirsten Cowan (360) 265-2801 www.melaleuca.com 5205 Hemlock Lane NE Hansville, WA 98340 Mora Ice Cream Co., LLC Jerry Perez (206) 855-1112 www.moraicecream.com 12685 Miller Road NE, #1100 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Nancy’s Green Garden Nancy Martin (360) 638-2849 www.nancysgreengarden.com 25690 Central Avenue South Kingston, WA 98346 Pine Cone Gifts, Lucky Star Clothing & CLEVER Gifts Stacy Patrick (360) 297-6721 8202 NE State Hwy 104, Suites 101 & 104A Kingston, WA 98346

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Port Gamble General Store and Cafe Kim or Erik Campbell or Kleiva (360) 297-7636 www.portgamblegeneralstore.com PO Box 158 Port Gamble, WA 98364 Tango Zulu Imports Tracy Zhu (360) 297-3030 www.tangozuluimports.com PO Box 361 Port Gamble, WA 98364

Retirement Planning Edward Jones Investments Bim Prince Bim Prince (360) 297-8664 edwardjones.com P. O. Box 1729 Kingston, WA 98346 Edward Jones Investments Clint Boxman Clint Boxman (360) 297-8677 www.edwardjones.com PO Box 561 Kingston, WA 98346

Security On-Gard Security Service, Inc. Frank Caraballo (360) 779-2686 www.on-gard.com PO Box 777 Silverdale, WA 98383

Senior Living A Place for Mom Ann Conklin (866) 344-0244 www.aplaceformom.com PO Box 569 Indianola, WA 98342

Septic Systems Arness, Inc. Bill Arness (360) 598-4800 22777 Indianola Rd NE Poulsbo, WA 98370

Shelters Sound Ministerial Services Marcus Croman (360) 297-2435 www.soundministerial.org 8487 NE Country Woods Lane Kingston, WA 98346

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Spa - Full Service

Towing & Road Service

Veterinary Clinics

PZAZZ Salon & Day Spa Lisa Hays (360) 692-8487 www.pzazzltd.com 3518 NW Lowell Street Silverdale, WA 98383

Kitsap Towing & Road Service Ron Madler (360) 297-8600 www.kitsaptowing.com P. O. Box 2033 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Pet Medical Center at Apple Tree Cove Todd Herzog (360) 297-2898 www.kingstonvet.com 11254 NE 2nd St. Kingston, WA 98346

Salon & Spa on Gamble Bay, The Janice Stewart (360) 297-2909 www.janicestewart.biz PO Box 31 Port Gamble, WA 98364

Travel/Travel Insurance CM Travel 4 Fun Neal Kellner (360) 638-2773 www.cmtravel4fun.com 37161 NE Aspen Ct. Hansville, WA 98340

Tender Touch Animal Hospital Claire Kingsbury (360) 881-0099 www.gentletouchvet.com PO Box 1701 Kingston, WA 98346

Stone Products & Design

Upholstery

Video/Television/Film

Sound Stoneworks Jeff Tapp (360) 297-6960 www.soundstoneworksinc.com P.O. Box 1247 Kingston, WA 98346

Rich’s Custom Seats & Upholstery Landra and Rich O’Connor (360) 881-0881 www.richscustomseats.com 8264 NE State Hwy 104 Kingston, WA 98346

Grease Paint Productions LLC Production Don Hill (360) 297-8205 www.greasepaint-video.com PO Box 10681 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Utilities

Web Design

Kitsap Public Utility District John Armstrong (360) 779-7656 www.kpud.org PO Box 1989 Poulsbo, WA 98370

Da Kine Designs Rick Waggoner 360-930-8034 8202 NE State Hwy 104, Suite 102, Po Box 48 Kingston, WA 98346

Storage Reliable Storage at Kingston Ron Tetro (360) 297-7200 www.reliablestorage.com 10600 State Hwy. 104 Kingston WA 98346

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Wines-Tasting/Retail Savage Vine, The Diram Hamley (360) 509-4658 www.thesavagevine.com PO Box 1881 Kingston, WA 98346

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A Place for Mom Ann Conklin (866) 344-0244

Anderson Yacht Design John or Pat Anderson (360) 297-8980

Bauer, Commissioner Stephen Stephen Bauer (360) 337-7146

Berg Andonian, Inc. Gayle Norton (253) 858-5115

ABE Computer Consultants, LLC Art Ellison (360) 638-0738

Apple Tree Cove Dental Center Dentistry Daniel Thacker (360) 297-3392

Bayside Community Church Barbara Brumagin (360) 297-2000

Best Friend Antiques Sheila Walters (360) 297-4848

ACN Adam Halliburton (360) 801-5077 Acupuncture and Wellness Center, The Kim Pedersen and Nicole Robbins (360) 394-4357 Allstate Insurance Marcy Johnson (360) 297-3700 Anchor Chiropractic Tom Lamar (360) 297-8111

Bayside Engravers, LLC Craig Hammond & Lainie Patterson (360) 697-3738

Armstrong Design Wendy Armstrong (360) 297-3133 Arness, Inc. Bill Arness (360) 598-4800

Beebe, Roberts & Bryan, P.L.L.C. David Roberts (360) 297-4542

Bank of America - Kingston Branch Scott Snively (360) 692-0107

Benchmark Automotive Scott Carlson (360) 297-6812

Bank of America Home Loans David Boone (206) 201-0010

Benson Chiropractic Clinic Dr.Craig A. Benson (360) 779-9957

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Better Than Average Builders, Inc. Ken Orlob (360) 297-3704 Blue Water Inn Sheila and Harvey Powar (360) 297-3622 Borrowed Kitchen Bakery Lacey Menne (360) 860-1601 Boy Scout Troop #555 Michelle Coddington (360) 638-0016 Brad Camp Images Brad Camp (360) 860-1342

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Brewton-Hight Insurance Agency, Inc. John W. Hight & Maggie Brewton-Hight (360) 692-6880 Business Services Northwest/ Melaleuca Amy Spray (360) 881-0267 Carney Cargill, Inc. Insurance, Health Insurance Johnathan Carney (206) 842-8987 Catherine Palmer Designs Catherine Palmer (360) 598-1796 CBs Nuts Clark Bowen (360) 297-1213 Chessman, Betty Claire Betty Claire Chessman (360) 297-4125 Chinook Properties, Inc. Marnie Clark (360) 638-2457 Cleo's Landing Susan Rodgers (360) 297-4414 CM Travel 4 Fun Neal Kellner (360) 638-2773 Columbia Bank, Kingston Branch Caroline Hope (206) 855-4505 Construction Development Inc. Contractors Kevin Parnell (360) 271-5644 Costco Wholesale #013 Tom Taylor (206) 356-6760 Country Pet Shoppe Stephanie Stebbing (360) 297-4165 Craig Chastain Craig Chastain (206) 780-8051 Creative Office Guru Shirley Bomgaars (360) 981-1838 Cummings, Fraser & Associates, LLC Jane Fraser (206) 923-7300

The Cup & Muffin Amy & Mark Anderson (360) 297-3364

Flying Wrench Services Joe Kiernan (360)638-0044

John L. Scott-Kingston Tom Heckly (360) 297-7500

Cuppa Bella Marcus Croman (360) 297-1881

Foxbridge Bed & Breakfast Leslie & Kyle Chamberlain (360) 697-4875

Da Kine Designs Rick Waggoner (360) 930-8034

Foxglove Greenhouses Gail Halsaver (360) 297-0410

Kingston High School Fine Arts Boosters Lasica Crane (360) 860-0450

Dan Brown Insurance Agency Dan Brown (360) 385-0409

Gigi Hill Bags Teresa Hall (206) 714-3331

Das River Haus Karen Brown (360) 437-9910

Grassroots Gardening Annie Humiston (360) 297-7177

DeBoer, Pete Pete DeBoer (360) 649-1806

Grease Paint Productions LLC Don Hill (360) 297-8205

DEF Productions Danny Fritts (360) 598-2030 Design Connection Susan Rodgers (360) 297-4414 DJ Guy, The Frederick Pinard (360) 440-7248 Doremire, Glen Glen E. Doremire (360) 297-4259 Dragonfly Farms Inc. Heidi Kaster 638-1292 Dream Realty Gerald A. Kearney (360) 297-8500 Dump Runner, The James Byers (360) 620-5753 Edward Jones Investments Bim Prince Bim Prince (360) 297-8664

Kingston Chiropractic Clinic Andrew Swanson (360) 297-4544 Kingston Community News Donna Etchey (360) 779-4464 Kingston Construction LLC Jozef Rura (360) 297-7742

Greater Kingston Kiwanis Dale Rude (360) 265-6761

Kingston Cove Yacht Club Steve Hyman (360) 297-3371

The Grub Hut Sean Pickard (360) 881-0147

Kingston CPA Jerry Tellinghuisen (360) 297-4500

Hanson, Kendall Ken Hanson (360) 710-2936

Kingston Crossing Wellness Clinic Rayshel Stebbins (360) 297-0037

Harbor Hair Design Lynn Hammond (360) 297-3499 Harbor Healing Center Nancy Knode (360) 297-0029 Heckly, Thomas E. - John L. Scott Thomas Heckly (360) 297-7500 x 317

Kingston Dental Sean Couch (360) 297-2298 Kingston Eye Care Center Mitchell Brokett (360) 297-2844 Kingston Farmer's Market Clinton Dudley (360) 297-7683

Hill Moving Services Katherine Hill (360) 697-3969

Kingston Fitness LLC Stephanie Smith (360) 297-3336

Holiday Inn Express Micah Kim (360) 697-4400

Kingston 4th of July Celebration Pete DeBoer (360) 649-1806

Edward Jones Investments Clint Boxman Clint Boxman (360) 297-8677

HughesTech NW, Inc. Mark Hughes (360) 479-3400

Emblematics Company Sal Catania (360) 881-0543

Island Rose's Maid Service Cristina Rose (360) 536-7844

Fairbank Construction Company, Inc. Jim Duwe (206) 842-9217

Jennings-Heins and Associates Jim Heins (360) 779-7716

Firehouse Theater Craig Smith (360) 297-4849

Jen's Attic Jennifer Holsted (360) 297-3100

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Kington Adventures Beth Brewster (360) 860-1717

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Kingston Frame Shop Mark Scholl (360) 297-3574 Kingston Henery Hardware Laura Warner (360) 297-3366 Kingston IGA Rick Bjornson (360) 297-3350 Kingston Lumber Supply Co. Tom Waggoner (360) 297-3600

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Kingston Mail & Print Carolyn Seim (360) 297-2173

Labyrinth Hill Lavender Susan L. Harrington (360) 638-2642

Kingston Pizza Factory Nick Ftisemons (360) 297-7777

Land Title Company Allison Morrison (360) 692-2233

Kingston Quilt Shop Connie Simila/Jacque Noard (360) 297-2729

Larson Casteel Company Laurie Larson (360) 297-2444

Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Skip Peters

Law Offices of Gerald A. Kearney, PLLC Gerry Kearney (360) 297-8500

Kitsap Arts & Crafts Bryan Monroe (360) 297-3975 Kitsap Bank - Kingston Branch Lori Schmidt (360) 297-3034 Kitsap Credit Union Suzanne Tapper (360) 662-2227 Kitsap Humane Society Kim McKoy (360) 697-9229 Kitsap Mental Health Services Joe Roszak (360) 373-5422 Kitsap Physical Therapy Rich McDowell (360) 297-7050 Kitsap Propane Larry Brooke (360) 638-1313 Kitsap Public Utility District John Armstrong (360) 779-7656 Kitsap Regional Library Kingston Branch Susan Lavin (360) 297-3330 Kitsap Towing & Road Service Ron Madler (360) 297-8600 KITZ 1400 Radio Conn Williamson (360) 876-1400 Knight Appraisal Service Susan Knight (360) 930-8700 Kool Rd Studios Taffy Gallagher (360) 434-5647

Micheal David Wood Enterprises/Lending Micheal Wood (360) 598-4355 Mike's Four Star BBQ Mike & Stefanie Richman (360) 297-4BBQ Mirracole Morsels Nicole Matheson (360) 981-3984 Moff Interactive Inc Jeremy Moff (360) 394-9601

Northwest Laborers Training Program Mike Warren (360) 297-3035 Oak Table Cafe Ross McCurdy (360) 881-0554 The OGDEN Group.net Tom Ogden (360) 633-2580 Olympic Outdoor Center John Kuntz (360) 297-4659

Mora Ice Cream Co., LLC Jerry Perez (206) 855-1112

Olympic Printer Resources, Inc. Jeff Petersen (360) 297-8384

Liberty Bay Bank of Washington Jennifer Corvier (360) 779-4567

Mork, Stuart E. Stuart Mork 206-781-0336

Olympic Property Group Shana Smith (360) 297-8074

Lien, Gary W., CPA Gary Lien (206) 319-8187

Nancy's Green Garden Nancy Martin (360) 638-2849

On-Gard Security Service, Inc. Frank Caraballo (360) 779-2686

Lien, Peggy - John L. Scott Peggy Lien (360) 621-5649

Nelson Accounting Professionals PLLC Ronda Callaham (360) 697-2727

Oregon Street Salon Renae Chrisman (360) 297-1899

Lee, Robert E. Robert Lee (360) 297-4462

Lil Sprouts Toy Shop Michelle Lanning (360) 297-2468 Lisa Thomas Music Services, LLC Lisa Thomas (360) 638-1026

Next Door Home Services Barbara or Dennis Brumagin (360) 297-8223 Noeldner, Jim Jim Noeldner (360) 779-8859

PAC Tool International Dave Woodman (360) 297-3735 Patchwork Equities LLC Nancy J. Martin (360) 297-6640

Little City Catering Mimi Smith-Danielson (360) 297-8876

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue Michele Laboda (360) 297-3619

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap Mark Hufford (206) 842-2451

Mark Gibson & Associates Mark Gibson (360) 297-2739

North Kitsap Herald Donna Etchey (360) 779-4464

Perpetual Cycle Tim Todd (360) 626-8934

Marsh Menne Estimating and Design Marsh Menne (360) 297-8382

North Kitsap Naturopathic Karen D'Archangel (360) 297-0866

Pet Medical Center at Apple Tree Cove Todd Herzog (360) 297-2898

North Kitsap School District Dr. Rick Jones (360) 779-8700

Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant Marie Gordon Gardner (360) 509-5781

North Kitsap Schools Foundation Ken Shawcroft (360) 638-2495

Massage Clinic, The Kiyoko Shimonaka-Weeden (360) 638-2132 McClure Consulting, LLC Laura (360) 297-4300

North Peninsula Unity Church Ildi Deaky (360) 297-5100

Melelauca Kirsten Cowan (360) 265-2801

Northlight Interiors Michele Edwards (360) 620-7763

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Salon & Spa on Gamble Bay Janice Stewart (360) 297-2909

Sunrise Hill Farm LLC Chris Plummer (360) 297-3282

Towner's Bookkeeping Service Cindy Towner (360) 265-8731

Port Gamble General Store and Cafe Kim Campbell or Erik Kleiva (360) 297-7636

Sentinel Construction David Godbolt (360) 297-0080

Suquamish Clearwater Casino & Resort Sam Askew (360) 598-8700

US Lighthouse Society Jeff Gales (415) 362-7255

Port Gamble Guest Houses Rhea Schneider (360) 297-5114 Port-To-Port Transport, Inc. Brian Henshaw (360) 779-7963 Propane Northwest Inc. Jeff Radke (360) 337-9307 Public Utility District No. 1 of Kitsap County, State of Washington John Armstrong (360) 779-7656 PZAZZ Salon & Day Spa Lisa Hays (360) 692-8487 R.A.W. Products Christine Conners (360) 689-1591 Randy-Kan Portable Restrooms Randy Bauer (360) 509-0655 Reliable Storage at Kingston Ron Tetro (360) 297-7200 Rich's Custom Seats & Upholstery Landra and Rich O'Connor (360) 881-0881

Shabala Studio Marcia Randall DeBard (360) 265-3188 Shirvan Rug Gallery Adem Solak (206) 780-7992 Shovel & Company LLC Brad Pugh (360) 297-4646 SK Stanford Co. Steven Stanford (360) 830-5311 Snippers Barber Shop Dorothy Benson (360) 297-7566 Soho Teriaki Sonia Boules (360) 297-1255 Sound Counsel Realty Adam Morrow (206) 949-9467 Sound Ministerial Services Marcus Croman (360) 297-2435 Sound Stoneworks Jeff Tapp (360) 297-6960 SpiderLily Web Design Brian Creamer (360) 598-4867 Stanley Steemer, CJT Corp. Randy and Eva Monlux (360) 626-9012

Rogers Family Insurance/ State Farm Insurance Trely Wolfe (360) 930-3555

State Farm -- David Lee Agency David J. Lee (360) 613-5550

Ross, Karen Karen Ross (360) 297-0316

Steele Inc. Lynn Steele (360) 297-4555

Rude, Dale - John L. Scott Real Estate Dale Rude (360) 265-6761 S&J Graphics Jana & Srecko Kramberger (360) 297-0059 Safe Secure Enterprises Sandy Scott (360) 598-4022

Stillwaters Environmental Center Naomi Maasberg (360) 297-1226 Streibel's Deli Mart Marcie Morgensen (360) 297-8066 Sunnyview Consulting Don Hutchins (360) 881-0279

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Susan Henry Real Estate Susan Henry (360) 860-1152

Village Green Foundation Katherine Klint (360) 297-5290

Sweet Life Cakery Methia Gordon (206) 399-9748

Washington Precast Products Inc. Candace House (360) 598-1631

Take Shape for Life Glen Spidal (503) 648-6231

Wells Fargo Bank Jennifer Crossett (360) 779-2232

Tango Zulu Imports Tracy Zhu (360) 297-3030

Westside Pizza Alex Zollinger (360) 297-6800

Tarver, Richard Richard Tarver (360) 373-4631 Tea Room at Port Gamble Janis Kelley (360) 297-4225 TEC Construction Inc. Kathy Rayment (360) 297-5557 Tender Touch Animal Hospital Claire Kingsbury (360) 881-0099 The Dance Within Claudine McCormick (360) 394-8300 The Iverson Associates Marylou Iverson (360) 908-3479 Savage Vine, The Diram Hamley (360) 509-4658 The Soap Crate Donna Schambron (360) 551-2895 The Sycamore Group, Inc. Kinam Sohn (206) 851-7646 Thermal Body Scan NW, Inc. Debby DeMartini (360) 930-1954

Wetter Family LLC James Wetter (360) 626-0206 White Horse Golf Club Bruce Christy (360) 297-4468 Windemere Real Estate - Kim Poole Kim Poole (360) 297-6420 Windemere Real Estate - Kingston Jennifer Gelle (360) 297-2661 Windermere Real Estate - Cathy Morris Cathy Morris (360) 271-8448 Windermere Real Estate - Doug Hallock Doug Hallock (360) 271-1315 Windermere Real Estate - Scott Anderson Scott Anderson (360) 536-2048 Woodward, Sonny & Jane Sonny Woodward (360) 598-4580

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The Point Casino Scott Laursen (360) 297-0070 x114

Salon & Spa on Gamble Bay Janice Stewart (360) 297-2909

Sunrise Hill Farm LLC Chris Plummer (360) 297-3282

Towner's Bookkeeping Service Cindy Towner (360) 265-8731

Port Gamble General Store and Cafe Kim Campbell or Erik Kleiva (360) 297-7636

Sentinel Construction David Godbolt (360) 297-0080

Suquamish Clearwater Casino & Resort Sam Askew (360) 598-8700

US Lighthouse Society Jeff Gales (415) 362-7255

Port Gamble Guest Houses Rhea Schneider (360) 297-5114 Port-To-Port Transport, Inc. Brian Henshaw (360) 779-7963 Propane Northwest Inc. Jeff Radke (360) 337-9307 Public Utility District No. 1 of Kitsap County, State of Washington John Armstrong (360) 779-7656 PZAZZ Salon & Day Spa Lisa Hays (360) 692-8487 R.A.W. Products Christine Conners (360) 689-1591 Randy-Kan Portable Restrooms Randy Bauer (360) 509-0655 Reliable Storage at Kingston Ron Tetro (360) 297-7200 Rich's Custom Seats & Upholstery Landra and Rich O'Connor (360) 881-0881

Shabala Studio Marcia Randall DeBard (360) 265-3188 Shirvan Rug Gallery Adem Solak (206) 780-7992 Shovel & Company LLC Brad Pugh (360) 297-4646 SK Stanford Co. Steven Stanford (360) 830-5311 Snippers Barber Shop Dorothy Benson (360) 297-7566 Soho Teriaki Sonia Boules (360) 297-1255 Sound Counsel Realty Adam Morrow (206) 949-9467 Sound Ministerial Services Marcus Croman (360) 297-2435 Sound Stoneworks Jeff Tapp (360) 297-6960 SpiderLily Web Design Brian Creamer (360) 598-4867 Stanley Steemer, CJT Corp. Randy and Eva Monlux (360) 626-9012

Rogers Family Insurance/ State Farm Insurance Trely Wolfe (360) 930-3555

State Farm -- David Lee Agency David J. Lee (360) 613-5550

Ross, Karen Karen Ross (360) 297-0316

Steele Inc. Lynn Steele (360) 297-4555

Rude, Dale - John L. Scott Real Estate Dale Rude (360) 265-6761 S&J Graphics Jana & Srecko Kramberger (360) 297-0059 Safe Secure Enterprises Sandy Scott (360) 598-4022

Stillwaters Environmental Center Naomi Maasberg (360) 297-1226 Streibel's Deli Mart Marcie Morgensen (360) 297-8066 Sunnyview Consulting Don Hutchins (360) 881-0279

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Susan Henry Real Estate Susan Henry (360) 860-1152

Village Green Foundation Katherine Klint (360) 297-5290

Sweet Life Cakery Methia Gordon (206) 399-9748

Washington Precast Products Inc. Candace House (360) 598-1631

Take Shape for Life Glen Spidal (503) 648-6231

Wells Fargo Bank Jennifer Crossett (360) 779-2232

Tango Zulu Imports Tracy Zhu (360) 297-3030

Westside Pizza Alex Zollinger (360) 297-6800

Tarver, Richard Richard Tarver (360) 373-4631 Tea Room at Port Gamble Janis Kelley (360) 297-4225 TEC Construction Inc. Kathy Rayment (360) 297-5557 Tender Touch Animal Hospital Claire Kingsbury (360) 881-0099 The Dance Within Claudine McCormick (360) 394-8300 The Iverson Associates Marylou Iverson (360) 908-3479 Savage Vine, The Diram Hamley (360) 509-4658 The Soap Crate Donna Schambron (360) 551-2895 The Sycamore Group, Inc. Kinam Sohn (206) 851-7646 Thermal Body Scan NW, Inc. Debby DeMartini (360) 930-1954

Wetter Family LLC James Wetter (360) 626-0206 White Horse Golf Club Bruce Christy (360) 297-4468 Windemere Real Estate - Kim Poole Kim Poole (360) 297-6420 Windemere Real Estate - Kingston Jennifer Gelle (360) 297-2661 Windermere Real Estate - Cathy Morris Cathy Morris (360) 271-8448 Windermere Real Estate - Doug Hallock Doug Hallock (360) 271-1315 Windermere Real Estate - Scott Anderson Scott Anderson (360) 536-2048 Woodward, Sonny & Jane Sonny Woodward (360) 598-4580

Tim Ryan Properties, LP Colleen Crabtree (360) 779-7667 TOMSIMAGES.COM Tom Woltjer (360) 297-3688

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