The Dove's Nest closing in Sequim
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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This Saturday (Dec. 22) will be its final business day.
Owners John and Dovie Carson also operated the shop as a “marketplace ministry” for more than seven years.
“We are very thankful for the great support and acceptance we have experienced in our time of business in Sequim,” the Carsons said.
“We look forward to more in the new year.”
The couple plan to open healing rooms to continue their ministry to the community.
They will be working in 2013 to find staff and a facility to use.
For more information, contact the Carsons at 360-683-8252.
Last modified: December 15. 2012 11:04PM