BUSINESS BRIEFS: Pet-related events hosted at Sequim business this Saturday … and other items

Business events across the North Olympic Peninsula.

SEQUIM — Best Friend Nutrition, located at 680 W. Washington St., Suite B-102, will host three pet-related events this Saturday.

The first event, scheduled at 10 a.m., is the last in its “2016 Talented Friends of Pets” speaker series, with Bryant Forsythe presenting “Why Feed Raw to My Cats & How to Do That!”

This program is free to the public; however, RSVPs to 360-681-8458 are appreciated.

The second and third events are concurrent from noon to 4 p.m. and include demo parties with pet food manufacturers Rad Cat Raw and KLN Brand foods for both dogs and cats.

These events will feature take-home samples, in-store tastings for visiting pets, “celebrate summer” root beer ice-cream floats for humans and more.

For more information about these events, phone 360-681-8458.

Aesthetics class

PORT ANGELES — Bunny Cornwall, licensed master aesthetician and owner of Olympic Day Spa, attended an individualized class at the National Association of Laser & Aesthetics in Phoenix.

Topics covered in the advanced laser techniques training included using intense pulsed light for skin rejuvenation and balancing skin tone and color, radio frequency for body sculpting/lifting and fat reduction, and fractional laser for wrinkle and stretchmark reduction.

Also covered was application of multiple laser usage in one treatment.

For more information, phone Cornwall at 360-565-8000.

Donation received

PORT ANGELES — Jig and Lure Fish Co. recently presented the Captain Joseph House Foundation with a check for $1,754.06 during the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon.

The restaurant donates 100 percent of tips to nonprofits based in and serving Clallam County.

During the month of May, employees chose Captain Joseph House as the recipient.

“Employees chose Captain Joseph House because of the organization’s commitment to lend support to Gold Star families of our military’s fallen heroes,” said Jig and Lure co-owner Stephen Fofanoff.

“The house will provide a place for these families to begin rebuilding their lives and start the healing process after such a tragic loss in service to our country. … We believe in honoring our veterans and their families, especially during the month of Memorial Day.”

Said Betsy Reed Schultz, Captain Joseph House founder and Gold Star mother: “All of the money raised is being spent locally in Port Angeles for labor and materials to complete the house.

“We’ve been able to reinvest over $300,000 in the local community during this process. Everything except the elevator has been purchased from local stores.”

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