EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Open to the public

Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce — Virtual meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

For information email [email protected]

• Port Angeles Business Association — Online election forum at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

This week features pro and con debate on Referendum 90. R-90 asks voters to approve or reject Washington Senate Bill 5395, which requires comprehensive sexual health education in public schools.

Email [email protected] for a link to this Zoom session.

^

Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce — The Chamber of Jefferson County will host a virtual café Friday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

This week features the Port Townsend city government.

Registration is required. Email [email protected] for a link to the Zoom Café.

^

• The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County — Virtual meeting at noon Thursday.

This week features Paul Wynkoop and Terry Umbreit with “Club Strategic Plan and Emphasis.”

To join the Ring Video meeting, email [email protected] for information.

^

The Port Townsend Sunrise Rotary Club — Virtual happy hour and bingo night Wednesday at 5 p.m. Bingo cards will be free and there will not be prizes.

For access to the Zoom meeting, email [email protected]

________

All of the above meetings are open to the public.

Peninsula Daily News

More in Business

Real estate broker Jim Haguewood has joined Port Angeles Realty
Jim Haguewood joins real estate firm

Port Angeles Realty Inc. has announced that Jim Haguewood… Continue reading

Port Townsend extends streatery permit program

Move allows restaurants to continue operating in public spaces

Jobless rate falls on Peninsula

Unemployment down by at least one percentage point for second month

Peninsula businesses are edg3 finalists

Two North Olympic Peninsula businesses are finalists in Kitsap… Continue reading

Local salon adds stylists to staff

J. Ryan Salon announces new additions

Port Townsend resident Mike Marston checks out of Aldrich's Market Tuesday with barista and cashier Sarah Marx. The 125-year-old store reopened Saturday after closing in early spring and being bought by new owners and renovated over the summer. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
Aldrich’s Market reopens with local connections

New owners grow partnerships with several producers

Airport Garden Center now offering landscaping service

The Airport Garden Center has announced the addition of… Continue reading