BUSINESS BRIEFS — Port Angeles salon adds stylist to its staff . . . and other items
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Wray specializes in men’s cutting, updos, perming, facial waxing, manicures and shellac.
Her hours are noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. She also takes evening appointments.
To schedule an appointment, phone 360-457-9102 or 360-417-1818.
United Good Neighbors of Jefferson County welcomes 2 new board members
PORT TOWNSEND — Claudia Edmondson and David Stanko have taken board member positions for United Good Neighbors of Jefferson County, or UGN.
Edmondson has a doctorate in special education and has worked in the field for almost 20 years.
She works as the executive director of Camp Beausite Northwest.
“I look forward to using my professional background and my current position with a nonprofit organization to help UGN address those needs” in our community, Edmondson said.
Following his retirement from a long career in law enforcement, Stanko and his wife, Lynne, relocated to Jefferson County, where they built a home in Cape George Colony.
Eager to become involved in the community, he immersed himself in several volunteer and community-based organizations.
“I believe we must all become stakeholders in our community by contributing our time and talent and giving back to our community,” Stanko said.
“In my case, I have chosen to be involved in a variety of local community-based organizations, including Rotary, Jumping Mouse, Cape George Colony and the local chapter of the Red Cross.”
UGN board members tend to be people who like to work at the grass-roots for timely solutions to community problems, said Kim Hammers, UGH board president.
PORT ANGELES — Steven Stratton and Wenner-Davis & Associates Insurance recently earned the Grange Insurance Production Leaders Silver Award for placing $50,000 or more in new business with Grange Insurance in 2013.
Agent Darcey Beck from Wenner-Davis & Associates Insurance also received the Grange 2013 Service Champion Award for excellence in customer service, an award given to select Grange Insurance agents throughout the state.
Last modified: April 28. 2014 7:52PM