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Monica’s Bakery to become first Kitsap Pop-Up Restaurant

Following the lead of the international trend in pop up restaurants, Monica Downen and her team at Monica’s Waterfront Bakery & Cafe is planning a one-night-only gig as ‘Monica’s Pizzeria’, Sat., Nov. 30, at 4 p.m.

The temporary restaurant concept, inspired by supper clubs, began overseas and has gained popularity on the east coast and California.

“Seattle is beginning to see its share of pop up concepts”, said Downen, “and I want to lead the way for the great people of Kitsap to have this experience.”

Monica and Mark Downen perfected their pizza style in Italy while hosting a food and wine tour.

“This is an opportunity to do something completely different for our customers,” Downen said.

“We will be opening the doors at 4 p.m. and making pizzas, salads and dessert until 8 p.m.

“We are pre-selling tickets to anyone who wants them so that we can predict our service needs.”

For more information visit their web site at www.WaterfrontBakery.com.

Katie McClelland Joins Karin Kay Properties

Karin Kay is proud to announce the newest addition to her sales team, Katie McClelland. She has joined the Silverdale-based real estate firm as their newest real estate Broker.  Her decision to join this locally owned firm was because of its solid reputation in the community and their genuine “About You” motto.

McClelland has always had a passion for real estate.  She looks forward to continuing her family tradition in the industry and is thankful for what she has already learned from them.

She expects to grow her dream of helping people find the perfect home into a successful business.

Kay is excited that McClelland brings with her amazing energy and focus and believes she is joining at the perfect time in the industry.

McClelland is at 3594 NW Byron Street Suite 105, Silverdale; 360-620-1786 or email:  katiejmcclelland@gmail.com.

Harrison earns Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award

Harrison Medical Center’s stroke care program has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®—Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.

Harrison earned this award for meeting established national benchmarks in stroke patient care for 12 consecutive months.

In addition, Harrison has achieved a place on the AHA/ASA’s Target: Stroke Honor Roll for rapid stroke treatment in the emergency department.

“This award reflects Harrison’s continued success to ensure our patients receive exceptional stroke care,” said Scott Bosch, President and CEO of Harrison Medical Center. “Throughout the hospital, our clinical care teams collaborated to meet the rigorous standards in emergency stroke response and recovery.  I’m especially proud of not just the award, but what it represents for our community, and that is exceptional stroke care when moments count.”

Washington State recognizes Harrison as a level II stroke center for having the necessary staffing, infrastructure, and processes in place to stabilize and treat most acute strokes.

As the region’s leader in stroke intervention and recovery, we offer services that demonstrate best practices in stroke care, such as:

• a partnership between emergency medical service providers and Harrison’s emergency, pharmacy, and radiology departments that provides for rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients, 24-hour consultation with a local neurologist, and access to the University of Washington’s UW Telestroke program;

• assessment by experts in occupational, physical, and speech therapy who also have advanced  training in stroke rehabilitation,

• a stroke unit staffed with caregivers—such as Nicholaus Morris, RN, one of the first nurses in the state to receive certification in stroke nursing—who have the additional training and heart to care for the complex stroke patient, and

• an active Stroke Support group for stroke survivors, their families, and caregivers.

 

 

Sentinel Construction and David Godbolt receive builder honors

The Kitsap Home Builders Association Remodelers Council honored owner David Godbolt and Sentinel Construction & Consulting, Inc. for excellence in the category of “Existing Basement, Carport, or Garage Remodel.”

This is Sentinel Constructions 10th honor for remodeling excellence.

Each year the Remodelers Council recognizes key outstanding remodeling projects with its Remodeling Excellence (REX) Awards.

The awards were judged blindly by other professional remodelers. Winning entries were judged on aesthetics, unique design, quality workmanship, appropriate building materials, budgetary considerations, and challenges and obstacles.

Owner, David Godbolt was also honored by the Building Industry Association of Washington with a nomination as Remodeler of the Year in the State of Washington.

Sentinel Construction has been a full service general contractor since 1998, and the first home builder on the Kitsap Peninsula to receive the Certified Aging in Place credentials, and specializes in energy-efficient homes and remodels.

Visit www.sentinelconstruction.com for more information or call Godbolt at 360-297-0080.

 

 

Chiropractic Lifestyle Center hosts holiday shopping soiree

The public is invited to shop local and attend Chiropractic Lifestyle Center’s 1st Annual Holiday Shopping Soiree in Bremerton on Dec. 6 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Food items, condiments and personal hygiene products will be collected and given to Central Kitsap Food Bank. Raffle tickets for holiday gift items will be handed out to those who donate items (up to 5). The evening will feature appetizers, wine and treats, special event sales, seated chair massages, local artists, craft making and raffle drawings.

The event will take place at Chiropractic Lifestyle Center, 991 NE Riddell Road, across from the Peace Lutheran Church. Food bank items can also be dropped off beginning Nov. 25.

 

 

 

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