BUSINESS BRIEFS — Shoulder treatment class set today in Port Angeles . . . and other items
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Physical therapist Vonnie Voris will teach this continuing education session, with a focus on the treatment of shoulder issues using Dr. Lawrence Jones’ tender point releases.
Tables are needed.
A $5 donation covers costs.
Attendees should park in the lot behind the church.
The program is presented by the Olympic Peninsula Massage Group.
For more information, email Darla Workman at email@example.com or Pat Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vet attends panel
PORT ANGELES — Dr. Liz Oien, veterinarian at Blue Mountain Animal Clinic, 2972 Old Olympic Highway, recently attended the Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas.
The conference focused on dentistry, internal medicine, emergency care and surgery, and Oien participated in hands-on labs on oral surgery and pain relief management.
SEQUIM — The Clallam Conservation District is offering a new course on natural landscaping tailored for real estate agents.
Course lectures will be at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, 2151 W. Hendrickson Road, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. May 15 and 22, with a field trip to the Sequim Low-Impact Development Demonstration Site at Carrie Blake Park on May 23 and an optional field trip to the Dungeness Recreation Area on May 24.
A $30 registration fee covers the cost of materials and facilities rental.
The course is designed to provide real estate agents with information that will help them advise clients about methods of landscaping that minimize resource inputs and environmental impacts.
Course participants will be instructed on how to conduct landscape site analyses and develop landscape designs suited to the unique ecological conditions of each property, emphasizing water conservation, stormwater management, wildlife habitat enhancement and low maintenance.
To register, contact Diann Dickey at 360-477-3907 or email@example.com.
Last modified: May 05. 2014 6:37PM