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Dr. Mark Mikols has joined the family medicine staff at Providence Physician Group’s Harbour Pointe clinic. Mikols is a graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency at Munson Medical Center Family Practice Residency. To make an appointment or for a free get-acquainted visit with Mikols, call 425-347-6330. The clinic is located at 4112 Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW, Ste. 100, Mukilteo.

Denise Martinez has joined Whitfield Insurance at its Everett location Martinez will work as a sales agent and customer service representative in the Driver’s World division for Whitfield. Martinez comes to Whitfield with a background in support services for the insurance and financial industries.

Suzanne Iverson has been promoted to medical records director at Forest View Transitional Health Care Center in Everett. Iverson previously served as receptionist and community liaison, and also coordinated patients’ transportation for appointments.

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Be Well Massage Therapy has opened its Mukilteo location in the Donaldson Fitness &Physical Therapy center, 11811 Mukilteo Speedway, Ste. 200. The Be Well Massage Therapy staff includes licensed massage practitioners with a total of 15 years of experience, trained in the following massage styles: Swedish, pain relief, trigger point, deep tissue, pregnancy massage, cupping, foot reflexology, hot stone and salt and sugar glows. For more information, call 425-876-5721, e-mail or go to

Kim Adcock will hold a grand opening at the new location of GraphiXtreme Sign Co. — 3925 88th St. NE, Ste. F in Marysville — from 3 to 7 p.m. Dec. 4. Food and beverages will be served and participants can enter to win a free sign package, Winestyles gift basket or a Caffe Spa’ facial. For more information, call 360-657-1209.

Snohomish County-based Pink Blossom Events has expanded its services to include gift wrapping, gift shopping, personal shopping and personal errands. Pink Blossom also branched out into wines, coordinating tasting parties or creating personal wine labels. For more information, contact BreeAnn Gale at 360-863-6251 or go to

Everett attorney Michele O’Loane has changed her practice to a collaborative family law model, which allows the parties to fashion their own settlement with the assistance of a team of professionals trained in specific areas. As an alternative to often protracted and acrimonious litigation, collaborative family law provides families the opportunity to tailor a settlement specific to their situation and the opportunity to retain their dignity through the process. O’Loane’s office is located at 1604 Hewitt Ave., Ste. 301, Everett. For more information, call 425-252-5020 or or go to


Daniel and Carolyn Robertson of Tulalip won a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu when their raffle ticket was picked at Marysville Noon Rotary’s recent fall-winter fundraising auction, which raised approximately $35,000 to help support local Marysville charitable organizations.

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