BUSINESS BRIEFS: Employee anniversary at PA bank; Port Hadlock business expands

PORT ANGELES — Shirley Jarnagin will celebrate her 40th anniversary of employment at KeyBank with a celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, May 26.

Anyone who knows or has worked with Jarnagin is invited to the celebration at the bank, located at 1633 E. First St.

Light refreshments and cake will be served.

Jarnagin will reach her 40th-year mark Tuesday.

She started with Northwestern bank May 23, 1977, its location at that time being 1212 E. First St.

During the 1990s, KeyBank acquired the bank, after which she transferred to the Port Angeles East Branch, where she has worked ever since.

Jarnagin began her career as a bookkeeper, holding several different positions since her inception. Her last full-time assignment was an operations manager.

She has been working part time as a teller since 2013.

According to a news release, Jarnagin has worked part time as a bank teller for the past four years so she could spend more time with her 12 — soon to be 13 — grandkids.

Business expands

PORT HADLOCK — All Points Pilates at 20 Colwell St. has expanded its studio space and is now offering yoga and barre in addition to other exercise and wellness classes.

Laura Garling, owner and founder of All Points Pilates, is a Body Arts & Science International-trained Pilates instructor and has been teaching mat and reformer classes in Port Hadlock since 2010.

For information, visit www.AllPointsPilates.com.

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