The Sequim Education Foundation (SEF) is seeking an Executive Director to serve as the point of contact for all Foundation programs, with the major emphasis on fundraising activities. The ED will collaborate with the Board to meet annual goals as well as serve as the Foundation’s representative, promoting SEF’s mission within the community and school … Continue reading The Sequim Education Foundation (SEF) is seeking an Executive Director
As businesses look to COVID-19 reopening and recovery, Commerce announces new public-private Flex Fund loan program for Washington small businesses and nonprofits Program works with and through trusted local lending institutions to support historically underserved businesses OLYMPIA, WA -- Small business owners and nonprofits across Washington can start applying today for low interest loans of … Continue reading Small Business Flex Fund
Inslee announced on June 25th there will be increased capacity for publicly owned or operated, and non-profit cooling centers.In case you missed it, Gov. Jay Inslee today removed COVID-related capacity limits at publicly owned or operated, and non-profit cooling centers. You can read the announcement here.“Beginning today, and persisting well into next week, meteorologists predict that temperatures will … Continue reading Inslee Announcement on Covid Related Capacity Limits
COFFEE & CONVERSATION Online Event!June 30th 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Don't miss our popular online Networking Program that includes updates, innovations, leading voices and ample time to connect and mingle! We are pleased to welcome our co-host, PNDC Sustaining Member, Cushman & Wakefield.REGISTER NOW!ANNOUNCING THE RETURN TO IN-PERSON NETWORKING PNDC NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR July 14th … Continue reading PNDC Events!
Join us Tomorrow Morning on Coffee with Colleen at 8am to hear from our North Olympic Alliance Lobbyist, Josh Weiss:1 - Josh will cover the latest information on both legislative and congressional redistricting process that happens every 10 years.Will the boundaries of District 6 (Rep Kilmer) or 24 (Sen Van de Wege, Rep Chapman & … Continue reading Weekly Updates and NOLA on Coffee with Colleen
Join us Wednesday Morning at 8am to hear from Clallam County Commissioner Ozias:The Commissioners are working with many groups across the county to assess the needs within our County. There are significant funding streams being sent directly to individuals and families, non-profits and the state.The County will be receiving $7.5 million this spring and $7.5M one … Continue reading Coffee with Colleen and Weekly Update!
Coffee With Colleen Join us Wednesday Morning at 8am to hear from the DNR Commissioner Hilary Franz:Commissioner Franz leads the Department of Natural Resources which manages thousands of state forest lands and aquatic lands in Clallam County.We will cover topics such as:The new $130 million Forest Health and Wildfire program and how that will affect Clallam County.How … Continue reading Weekly Business updates
The state’s new mandatory Long Term Care Insurance Program begins Jan 1, 2022. The Payroll Tax for the deducted from payroll checks unless you act now. Join us Wednesday at 8am to hear from Andy Callis, owner of Callis Insurance, and Mary Patzman, Employee Benefits Manager at Callis Insurance, to hear about the state program and … Continue reading Coffee with Colleen and the Weekly Update
Colleen McAleer spoke this morning with Dash Air Shuttle about the new Port Angeles to SeaTac 30 minute service coming Summer 2021! Dash will restore affordable, high-frequency service to unserved cities across the Pacific Northwest. https://youtu.be/BmfofGc3ixs dash-air-shuttle-presentationDownload