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Business briefs - April 1, 2011

The Silverdale Chamber of Commerce President Angela Sell received the 2011 Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau community partnership award in Poulsbo March 24. From the left: Natasha Tucker, Miss Poulsbo 2011, Kathleen Knuckey, Silverdale Chamber executive director; Gary Chaney, Maria Mackovjak, Jackie Carr, Rene Morris and Sean McDonald, chamber board members; Brandy Puskas, Silverdale Chamber employee; and Brittney Rusinski, Miss Silverdale 2011. - Courtesy photo
The Silverdale Chamber of Commerce President Angela Sell received the 2011 Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau community partnership award in Poulsbo March 24. From the left: Natasha Tucker, Miss Poulsbo 2011, Kathleen Knuckey, Silverdale Chamber executive director; Gary Chaney, Maria Mackovjak, Jackie Carr, Rene Morris and Sean McDonald, chamber board members; Brandy Puskas, Silverdale Chamber employee; and Brittney Rusinski, Miss Silverdale 2011.
— image credit: Courtesy photo

Car stereo business opens in Silverdale

Car Stereo Liquidators, a car stereo sales and installation store, has opened at 10726 Silverdale Way, Suite 105, Silverdale. The new business specializes is closeouts, last year’s models, discounted and special buys. Car Stereo Liquidators can be reached at (360) 698-8811.

Thanem named Comfort Keeper of the Month

Lisamarie Thanem, a certified nurses assistant, was named Comfort Keeper of the Month for February by 2011 Comfort Keepers In-home Care.

Along with recently receiving her nursing assistant license, Thanem completed her certified senior care specialist silver (homemaker) level and will be completing the gold (personal care) level soon. She has been with Comfort Keepers since August 2010.

“Her kind, compassionate heart shines every single day,” said Lisa Jacobson, office manager.

KEDA names Steele champion of the year

Russell Steele, chief executive officer of Port Madison Enterprises, was selected last week as “economic development champion of the year” by the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance.

Steele was selected because of his long-standing support for economic development throughout Kitsap County, according to a statement.

Steele has been a long-time director of KEDA and currently serves as treasurer. Port Madison Enterprises is the business arm of the Suquamish Tribe.

Co-op hosts ‘Grow your own’ event

Kitsap Community Food Co-op is hosting “Grow your co-op” event April 2. Attendees can help develop fun and creative ways member-owners and their friends can help the co-op grow and achieve its membership goals.

The event takes place from  5 to 7:30 p.m. at Seaside Community Church, 1317 Sheldon Blvd., Bremerton. For more information, write to: info@kitsapfoodcoop.org

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