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Team Westsound, a group of martial art athletes, is reaching out for financial assistance to help defray costs of participating at junior and senior nationals this year.

MARTIAL ARTS GROUP LOOKS

FOR FUNDING

Team Westsound, a group of martial art athletes, is reaching out for financial assistance to help defray costs of participating at junior and senior nationals this year.

Athletes are comprised of children and adults of all ages from Kitsap County, including Bainbridge Island, Poulsbo, Port Orchard, Silverdale, Kingston and Bremerton.Total estimated expenses for 10 athletes and three coaches is about $26,000. The cost per athlete/coach is approximately $2,000.

Donations may be made in any amount and all contributions go directly to the team. For more information contact (360) 779-1853.

WEST SOUND APPRAISAL OPENS

West Sound Appraisal recently opened in Kingston. The company specializes in the appraisal of single family homes, condominium units, small income producing properties (up to four units), and vacant land.

West Sound Appraisal serves Kitsap, Jefferson, Mason, and Pierce Counties. For more information call Kimberly Kelly at (360) 297-5575.

SCRAPBOOK

SERVICE OPENS

IN POULSBO

Design Your World Scrapbooks & More is now open Monday through Saturday, located in Poulsbo Place II retail shops at 19347 Jensen Way.

The boutique offers paper crafting, photo jewelry making, rubber stamp rentals and evening classes.

For more information call Gwyneth or Amylia at (360) 930-8098.

WOMEN’S WEALTH BOOK CLUB

The Women’s Wealth Book Club meets 6-8 p.m. the second Monday of each month in Poulsbo.

The meetings include networking, sandwiches and book discussion.

The cost of the meetings are $39 per person with business coach and speaker Maria Marsala.

For more information call Marsala at (360) 271-8418 or visit the Web site www.ElevatingYourBusiness.com/WWBC.

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