KITSAP CREDIT UNION ANNOUCES BOARD PROMOTION
The Kitsap Credit Union Board of Directors recently elected Terry Thomas as the new supervisory committee chair.
The board of directors and supervisory committee is governed by voluntary leadership that represents the interests and values of Kitsap Credit Union members.
Thomas completed his bachelor’s degree in business administration from City University in 1980.
After 37 years of service Thomas retired from a rewarding professional career in civil service at the Naval Submarine Base. He is now a project manager at Paladin Data Systems in Poulsbo.
“I want to contribute to the community that I have grown to admire. I believe strongly in the concept of giving back,” Thomas said.
Kitsap Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative serving nearly 73,000 members from 16 branch offices.
Its Web site is kitsapcu.org.
DANCE CLASSES FOR ADULTS
The Galletta School of Dance and Performing Arts now offers adult tap dance classes every Saturday.
Beginners classes start at 10 a.m. and intermediate classes start at 11 a.m.
The cost is $40 for four classes.
Galletta School of Dance is located in the Poulsbo Village (next to Curves). For more information call (360) 779-1122, or visit www.gallettadance.com.
MOFF INTERACTIVE ANNOUNCES INTERNET PROJECT FOR SOLOMON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Moff Interactive Inc., announced the completion of a custom-designed Web site for Solomon Christian School in Edmonds, Washington.
“Solomon Christian School was in need of a completely interactive, yet easy to use website. We were able to provide them with a calendar which is straightforward and easy to update, as well as providing full searching capabilities for the entire Web site. One thing we were keeping in mind during production of the school’s Web site was search engine optimization, and we ensured that it would also validate to W3C standards,” said Jeremy Moff, owner of Moff Interactive.
Moff Interactive Inc. provides businesses with Web site design, domain name registration, competitive Web hosting, content management solutions, E-commerce, and Web site marketing services.
W3 Standards lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure long-term growth for the Web.
“Many Web site owners are finding that it is necessary to move to a straightforward content management system like the one we delivered for Solomon Christian School. As their sites grow and become more complex, they need tools to help them keep their data accessible, yet easy to work with, and we’ve been continuing to provide this option to all of our clients,” Moff said.
Solomon Christian School can be found online at www.solomonschool.com.
For more information contact Moff Interactive at (360) 394-9601 or email@example.com.
KITSAP CREDIT UNION CREATES NEW POSITION
Kitsap Credit Union recently named Jeff Wells as the new E-Business Manager. His position will ensure the efficient operation of internal and external Web sites while improving and innovating new services for its members.
“Kitsap Credit Union is heavily vested in its members. I dedicate my time to providing online services that will make our popular products and services easier to use and manage. I am a resource to our members and will provide them with the best online tools — because our members’ success is our success,” Wells said.
Senior Vice President of Technology Colin Morrison said, “We are extremely excited to have Jeff on board. Jeff brings a complete new focus to Kitsap Credit Union’s Internet channel and we look forward to enhancing this key member service feature.”
Kitsap Credit Union is a Not-For-Profit financial cooperative serving nearly 73,000 members from 16 branch offices and more than 50 ATM’s in Washington state. Its web site is kitsapcu.org.
ARMSTRONG FITNESS EXPANDS AGAIN
Armstrong Fitness, located on Front Street in Poulsbo, has taken over the space formerly occupied by Jungle Tan.
“This allowed us to create ground floor access to expand our physical therapy department, restore tanning, enlarge our aerobics room and add more equipment,” said owner and physical trainer Ann Armstrong.
Armstrong Fitness has been in business for 17 years. For more information call (360) 697-3353.