Port Angeles: Tech center ribbon cutting Wednesday

PORT ANGELES — The first phase transforming a 1900s-era building into a high-tech business hub is done, and it”ll be celebrated Wednesday.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for 5:30 p.m. at the center, 116 W. Eighth St.

The event will feature honored guests Chief Executive Officer Frank Knott of ViTAL Economy, President and Chief Executive Officer Kathleen Wilcox of Washington Software Alliance, Rob Arnold of 3rd Mountain Technology and Senior Vice President of Product Development Larry Schuiski of Attachmate.

Other guests include members of the Clallam County Economic Development Council and the Science, Technology and Manufacturing Assocation, as well as building owner Vern Elkhart and Lonnie Linn, general manager of Port Angeles-based Angeles Millwork and Lumber.

“This event is to celebrate the opening of the bulding as we begin marketing,” Karen Rogers, who is in charge of marketing the new tech center, said Saturday. “It’s been a long time in coming.”

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