BUSINESS BRIEFS — Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers to offer drop-in clinic June 7 . . . and other local business items
The Jefferson County Board of Health recently recognized 26 restaurants for their safe food handling during the past year. Representative from a few businesses, from left to right, Bob Gresler (Safeway), Michael Thomas (The Boiler Room), David Sullivan (BOH Chair), Dacia Morrinsonbeck (Cuisine Med Catering), Khy Griffin (Food Co-op), Jared Keefer (JCPH), Amy Priest (Bon Appetit/Local Goods), Kenna Eaton (Food Co-op), Debi Goetz (Olympic Trading Post) and Rochelle Prather (Bon Appetit/Local Goods) accept their awards.
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HEALTH CARE — Free clinics in Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend help local residents with care and advice
Law at The Landing is a free, drop-in legal advice clinic.
It allows members of the public to address legal issues in one-on-one consultations with volunteer lawyers.
Law at The Landing is geared for those financially unable to consult an attorney, but it is open to all to answer legal questions, direct people to local services that might be able to assist them and explain the legal processes.
For more information, phone Shauna Rogers at 360-504-2422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Turbo Kick teacher
PORT ANGELES — Marnae Flores, health and well-being staff member at the Olympic Peninsula YMCA, recently completed a Yogafit Level 1 certification and Turbo Kick training.
She will teach Turbo Kick, a high-energy style of kickboxing, at the YMCA, 302 S. Francis St.
For information, visit www.clallamcountyymca.org.
PORT ANGELES — Massage therapist Bunny Cornwall recently attended a class taught by neuropsychologist John D. Preston on “Developing Positive Emotional Habits.”
The class covered strategies for strengthening healthy emotional habits by applying positive psychology.
Cornwall is at Olympic Day Spa, 332 Eighth St., 360-565-8000.
PORT ANGELES — La Belle Creperie, 222 N. Lincoln St., has new hours starting today.
The business is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays through Tuesdays and from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays.
For more information, phone the creperie at 360-452-9214.
SEQUIM — Dr. Carl Weber has reopened his internal medicine practice at 530 W. Fir St., Suite C.
His practice is for members only and has an annual membership fee.
For more information, phone Weber at 360-582-1176 or visit www.sequimdoc.org.
SEQUIM — Olympic Restaurant Equipment Inc., 51 Dryke Road, will have new summer hours starting Saturday.
Its doors will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.
For more information, phone the business at 360-582-1050 or email email@example.com.
PORT ANGELES — Bay Variety, 135 W. First St., is expanding its hours to include Sundays.
Store hours are from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays.
PORT ANGELES — Dr. Scott Kennedy, Olympic Medical Center's chief medical officer, presented OMC Safety Manager Julie Black with the hospital's Leadership Award for April.
“Julie exudes enthusiasm and dedication to providing a safe environment for patients and employees at Olympic Medical, and she works very well with others to achieve this result,” Kennedy said.
“She continues to embrace educational opportunities to increase her expertise in the matters of hospital safety and disaster preparedness.”
PORT TOWNSEND — Outstanding Achievement Awards were presented by the Jefferson County Board of Health to 26 restaurants, full-service food establishments and their proprietors that demonstrated “the highest standards for safe food handling during the past year.”
The awards are based on food safety inspections in the areas of personal hygiene, food temperature safety and prevention of contamination. Recipients were:
■ Belmont Catering
■ Blue Heron Middle School
■ Bon Appetit/Local Goods
■ Brinnon School District
■ Cedarbrook School
■ Chimacum Elementary School
■ Chimacum High School
■ Chimacum Middle School
■ Cuisine Med Catering
■ Discovery View Retirement
■ Ferino's Pizzeria
■ Food Co-op Deli
■ Food Co-op Grocery
■ Inn at Port Ludlow Catering
■ Olympic Trading Post
■ Port Townsend Senior Nutrition
■ QFC No. 106 Deli — Port Townsend
■ QFC No. 106 Grocery — Port Townsend
■ QFC No. 870 Deli — Port Hadlock
■ Quilcene School Cafeteria
■ Safeway No. 538 Grocery
■ The Boiler Room
■ Timberhouse Restaurant
■ Tri-Area Community Center
KONP talk guests
PORT ANGELES — Here is this week's schedule for the 1:05 p.m. to 2 p.m. local talk show segment on KONP radio, at 1450 AM, 101.7 FM and www.konp.com on the Internet outside the Port Angeles area.
Station General Manager Todd Ortloff hosts the Monday through Thursday segments.
This week's scheduled lineup:
■ Monday: Seattle Mariners baseball game.
■ Tuesday: Master Gardeners Jeanette Stehr-Green, Judy English and Bill Wrobel.
■ Wednesday: In the first segment, Duane Webb, gastroenterologist at Olympic Medical Physicians, on “Digestive Health: Preventive Care and Treatment.”
In the second segment, George Bergner and Pat Downie discuss the “Port Angeles Likes Bikes” event.
■ Thursday: In the first segment, Tom Woods of Esquimalt Ribfest.
In the second segment, Sean Mobley, Scoutmaster with Boy Scouts of America, discusses Scouting in the community.
In the third segment, Andy Brastad of the Clallam County Health Department discusses shellfish and paralytic shellfish poisoning.
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