TaTu Barbecue is hosting a three-hour, World Famous Smoking BBQ School from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 18 at 26343 Bond Road NE, behind the giraffe across from the Hood Canal Brewery. On the agenda: BBQ history, about woods and smoke, cuts of meat, rubs, sauces, recipes, food safety and much more. The cost is $55 and all the proceeds go to benefit the Fisher Houses. Info/registration: (206) 979-4686.
Miles Yanick, an architect with Miles Yanick & Co., recently received his Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Accredited Professional credentials. Miles Yanick & Co. has been a recognized leader in environmentally responsible design for 35 years. The firm prepared environmental impact analysis reports in the 1970s for land planning and site development projects prior to the environmental checklist process as now required by Washington State. They have also designed earth sheltered homes, passive solar homes and buildings, plus green roofs as far back as the 1970s and 1980s. It also designed Central Market in Poulsbo which was featured in King and Kitsap County in 1996 as a showcase for recycled materials in commercial buildings.
How much does an olive green Ralph Lauren women’s polo cost?
If you shop at Perfect Circle Consignment for Ladies & Children, just $7.
Jenna Mathews and Laura Nesby opened the ladies’ and children’s consignment shop in Bremerton in May and Mathews said business improves every day.
Seattle-based 1st Security Bank recently named Brent Stenman senior vice president and branch manager of its Poulsbo branch. Stenman brings more than 19 years of experience in financial services and community involvement to 1st Security’s new Poulsbo office located in Olhava Village.
KINGSTON — Babies. It’s one word that either incites a phobic “eek” or a paternal “awe.”
Whether scared of the little things or completely love-struck, every one started out as a diaper-clad baby.
At infancy, babies learn how to use their body, building on instinctual reflexes, which are programmed in everyone like a template, said Kingston resident Sonia Story.
“Education is motivation.”
That’s Dr. Chris Carr’s philosophy.
With family, friends and members of the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce on hand, Carr and his wife Jackie celebrated the grand opening of their Silverdale gym Thursday.
Results of inspections of restaurants and other food service establishments in the Central Kitsap area by the Kitsap County Health District. Scores are based on a scale of 98-100 (excellent), 92-97 (good), 86-91 (needs improvement), 76-85 (alert) and 75 or lower (closure). “P” indicates probation.