Central Washington Hospital earned the American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines’ Silver Performance Achievement Award, in recognition of the hospital’s high standard of stroke care.
Tawnee Seals, owner of the Merry Maids franchise in Wenatchee, was selected for the company’s Regency Level Circle Award for increasing sales.
Kim Witherspoon, a mortgage adviser with Mortgage Advisory Group in Wenatchee, passed both the Nationwide Mortgage License System and the SAFE Mortgage Loan Originator tests in Spokane.
The Community Cultural Center of Tonasket, a nonprofit organization that promotes arts and cultural enrichment in northern Okanogan County, received a $2,500 grant from US Bancorp.
Angela Banker, a sales adviser with Lia Sophia in Wenatchee, achieved standing as an Excellent Beginnings Program Achiever, after an outstanding first 15 weeks in sales with the company.
New jobs, new faces
Gil Sparks, an attorney in Wenatchee, recently began a one-year term as president of the Wenatchee Downtown Rotary Club.
Gary Shelton joined Sports and Fitness Outlet of Wenatchee as general manager.
Staying on top
Mary Young, owner of Novus Glass in Wenatchee, achieved Safety Certification with ANSI/AGRSS, and the shop is now the only such certified one in North Central Washington.
Dr. Tom K. Michael, a dentist in East Wenatchee, completed training and received certification on Laser Periodontoal Therapy with the PerioLase laser. His office will be the first in NCW to have one of these lasers, used to treat gum disease.
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