The Kitsap County Community Development Corporation (KCCDC) added Kathy Salazar, owner and broker of Real Estate Connexion of Kitsap County, to its board. She specializes in building business through relationships.
CurvesSmart personal coaching system, a new technology pioneered by Curves, offers a precision designed workout with moment to moment feedback and progress reports to keep members motivated while they work out.
Zahra Akhgar spot cleans stained clothing at 7 every morning.
Akhgar owns Ultra Custom Cleaners in the Albertsons shopping plaza on Bucklin Hill Road in Silverdale and handles hundreds of shirts, pants and dresses every day.
A Port Orchard business owner has found a creative way of thanking the soldiers currently serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, by offering them the use of his company’s facilities off of Bethel-Burley Road.
There’s no mistaking it once through the doors.
Greeted with a friendly smile right off the bat, it’s the swirling scent of Italian tastiness that hits it home: Stella’s Pizza & Pasta is more than just a nearby eatery. It’s a place where anyone could easily become a regular.
The neighborhood restaurant, opened in 2006 by Spiro’s co-founder Susan Baker, is tucked onto 10th Avenue near Central Market.
On July 31, the Poulsbo Dream Dinners store will dedicate an open house to Kitsap Children’s Musical Theater (KCMT), the organization respected for producing family fun musical theater productions, from 6-8 p.m. KCMT provides a theatrical and educational foundation for Kitsap County kids.
Jan Zufelt, associate broker and Realtor® and with John L. Scott in Kingston, was awarded the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation by the Council of Residential Specialists, the largest nonprofit affiliate of the National Association of Realtors®.
There are a lot of banks advertising enticing home equity line-of-credit rates, especially in this lower interest rate environment. It can be tempting to borrow against the equity in your home for that special vacation or a fancy new car. But be mindful of the consequences before you take on the additional debt of an equity line.
On Friday, June 20, about 20 volunteers from the Kingston Windermere Real Estate office showed up to do trail maintenance on the north end of the Kingston-Eglon trail, whacking weeks, hauling wheelbarrows full of gravel and more. They contacted the Parks and Trails subcommittee of Kingston Citizens’ Advisory Council with a request for candidate projects and selected this one – laying down some crushed rock and trimming back brush – from a list of several projects in immediate need of volunteers.
Susan Rodgers’ smile is shining as bright as the sun that’s finally warming up the first week of summer in the North End. It’s her excitement beaming out as the finishing touches are put on her new Cleo’s Learning Center for the Arts at Cleo’s Landing in old town Kingston.
She envisions the 515 square-foot meeting space, that’s topped off with a 650 square-foot rooftop sculpture garden, as not only a place to offer art classes, but also host conferences, receptions and anything to serve her mission to “Bring People to Town!”