Community and business leaders will join Walmart associates at 8 a.m., today, March 28, for a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony. Sequim High School Choir member Ayla Iliff will sing the national anthem. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will present the colors. The 31,000-square-foot expansion added 85 jobs and features a full line of groceries, bakery goods, deli foods, frozen foods, meat and dairy products and fresh produce.
Seminar focuses on Japanese maples
Fran Sharp from Blooming Nursery speaks on “Japanese Maples in Your Landscape” at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at McComb Gardens, 751 McComb Road, Sequim. Sharp is active in many horticultural associations and is a charter member of the Great Plant Picks Selection Committee. The seminar is free, but seating is limited. Call 681-2827.
Villam earns wound care credential
Physiotherapist Sandra Villam, of Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim, 1000 S. Fifth Ave., Sequim, has earned the Wound Care Certified credential from the National Alliance of Wound Care.
She is the director of rehabilitation at Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim.
Volker joins Hartnagel Building Supply
Hartnagel Building Supply’s new paint manager, Tim Volker, comes from Bend, Ore., and has been selling a wide variety of paint and stain brands for over 40 years.Call Volker at 452-8933 or visit Hartnagel Building Supply, 3111 E. Highway 101, Port Angeles.
Port exhibits at Paris show
The Port of Port Angeles is among some 1,200 exhibitors at the JEC Composites Show in Paris from March 27-29.
The delegation from Washington also includes Angeles Composite Technologies (ACTI), Profile Composites and Battelle Energy Labs. They are all proponents of the port’s broader plan to promote the Olympic Composites Corridor on the Olympic Peninsula.
For more information, contact Holly Hairell at 417-3454.