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BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER

BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER

Sunday, July 20

A boy to Elaina Thomas and Mario McCoy of Bremerton.

Thursday, July 24

A boy to Leslie Gill and Leslie Werger of Bremerton.

Friday, July 25

A girl to Andrea Mercier of Bremerton.

Saturday, July 26

A girl to Shannon Rust-Dickey and Shaun Dickey of Bremerton.

Monday, July 28

A boy to Joy and Jason Heinze of Bremerton.

Wednesday, July 30

A boy to Melissa and Jason Fraser of Bremerton.

BIRTHS AT NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON

Sunday, July 27

A boy to Elizabeth and Benjamin Kirscher of Bremerton.

Monday, July 28

A boy to Kimberly and Kyle Homer of Silverdale.

Saturday, Aug. 2

A boy to Joanna and Michael Nickles of Bremerton.

GRAD

Ben Pocuis recently received his degree of chiropractic from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, Calif.

The degree represents four academic years of professional study including an extensive clinic internship. A graduate of Bremerton High School, Pocuis is the son of Dr. Leo and Mary Pocuis of Bremerton. He and his wife Erin and daughter Piper live in Bremerton. He will be opening his practice, Bayside Chiropractic, in Silverdale.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County is planning a major blitz build to completely frame the final three homes at New Hope, its 18-unit neighborhood in West Bremerton from Monday, Aug. 18 through Saturday, Aug. 23. The blitz schedule is from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. daily.

Habitat needs at least 50 volunteers per day to help get as many families as possible moved into their new homes by Christmas. Groups and individual volunteers are needed to fill half or full-day shifts on all six days.

Volunteers do not need experience; they only need a hammer, gloves and the desire to help. To volunteer or for more information, call volunteer coordinator Sibylle Palmer at (360) 479-3853 or e-mail volunteercoor@kitsaphabitat.org. RSVP by Friday, Aug. 15.

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