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Lake Stevens June 13, 2011 ‘ . Contributed Photo PupCakes at the Lake Stevens Farmers Market where the healthy gourmet snack for dogs gathered a lot of popularity among four legged friends and their owners. Woman makes healthy gourmet snacks for dogs , JOURNAL STAFF Granite Falls residents Dan and Sandra Rindero along with Sandra’s mother Kathy Sandmel set out to create a healthy, gourmet snack for dogs to celebrate the one year adoption anniversary of their dog Sawyer. Sawyer is a Louisiana Catajoula Leopard Dog that the Rinderos adopted from the Everett Animal Shelter. This is where Pupcakes were born. When Sawyer began sharing his treats with dogs at the park they became an immediate hit with the dogs and owners alike. The bite size'muffin-like treats are homemade in Gran- ite Falls and come in three different flavors; all of which are available in vacuum sealed bake at home pouches and glass gift jars. The treats are easily digestible, contain no byproducts, fillers, salt, sugar or preservatives. Dogs are responding well to Pupcakes. “Last year at the Farmers Market the tiniest little teacup Chihuahua became a wolf and took the whole Pupcake into ther little pink shoulder carrier so she could devour it! She must have been full for days,” Sandra said. A portion of the Pupcake profits benefit Old Dog Ha- ven, a small nonprofit group that provides loving, safe homes for abandoned senior dogs. ' The Granite Falls IGA Fresh Market, Bridges Pets and' Canine Experience in Snohomish, Cenex Co-Op in Lake Stevens and Arlington and other local retailers all offer' Pupcakes bake at home mixes in their pet food aisles. The mixes, along with gift baskets can also be purchased online at llalf Price Friday willr Massage YOUTH LEARN TO ROW One, Four Week Session August 1st August 26th per seSsion . Call 1-888-ROW-LSRC Page 11 Edward Jones branch ranks first in ‘ Client Service Excellence. for the Region JOURNAL snrr Diana Jackson and Dawn Clark of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Lake Stevens recently received the firm’s Client Service Excellence award for being the No. 1 client service provider in their region. ' ' “We are honored to receive this award,” Jackson said. “The Client Service Excellence award is special because it is a direct reflection of the relationships we have with our clients." Jim Weddle, Edward Jones’ managing partner, added, “Diana and Dawn are outstanding members of the Ed- ward Jones team. While all of our associates understand the value of client service, it’s obvious that they have been striving to provide the best service for their clients." This honor was bestowed upon the team based on the results of a survey in which random clients were asked to rank the service they received from the teams of their local Edward Jones branch offices. Edward Jones provides financial services for individual investorsin the United States and, through its affiliate, in Canada. Every aspect of the firm’s business, from the types of investment options offered to the location of branch offices, is designed to cater to individual inves- tors in the communities in which they live and work. The firm’s 12,000-p1us financial advisers work directly with nearly seven million clients to understand their personal goals—from college savings to retirement—and create long-term investment solutions that emphasize a well- balanced portfolio and a buy-and-hold strategy. Edward Jones embraces the importance of building long~term, face-to-face relationships with clients, helping them to understand and make sense of the investment options Contributed Photo Diana Jackson available today. Edward Jones, which ranked No. 1 1 on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2011, is headquartered in St. Louis. The Edward Jones web site is located at, and its recruiting web site is www.careersedwardionescom. Member SIPC. One ER opens, another c10ses Pacific Campus ER closes, consolidating emergency services to new ER in Providence Regional medical tower on Colby Campus JOURNAL STAFF The emergency department at Providence Regional Medical Center’s Pacific Campus closed at 5 am. on Thursday, June 16, and all emergency care was moved exclusively to the new Emergency Department in the Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower at Providence Regional’s Colby Campus, 1700 — 13th Street, Everett. The new 79-bed emergency department at the Cymbaluk Medical Tower opened on Thesday, June 14.. i" WAYNEP. PELLEGRINI ' ATTORNEY AT LAW V 0 MEDIATION 0 DIVORCE/LEGAL SEPARATION - PATERNITY 0 CHILD SUPPORT 0 CUSTODY LAW OFFICES HANSEN MCCONNELL & PELLEGRINI PLLC 1636 3rd St. - M sville- 360-658-6580 United Way of Snohomish County is leading positive change that transforms our community and improves people's lives. That is why we want to hear from you. Community Survey coming in the mail in June. All responses are completely confidential. ‘ Please return the survey by Friday, July 15 and your address will be included in a drawing to win one 0in . $50 Fred Meyer gift cards; we will contact winners by mail. For more information contact: Lynn Lewis. MSW Senior Manager. Education United Way of Snohomish County \ 425.374.5509 United Way of Snohomlsh County For approximately two weeks after the Pacific Cam- pus emergency department closed, an Emergency Medical Services vehicle was stationed at the doors of the former Pacific Campus emergency entrance. An Emergency Medical Technician assisted patients with directions to the new emergency department in the Colby Campus Cymbaluk Medical Tower and arrange for care and transport if needed. The new Cymbaluk Medical Tower Emergency Ser- vices department opened at 5:00 a.m. on 'Itresday, June . 14. Larger than the current Pacific and Colby Campus emergency rooms combined. the new Emergency Ser- vices department is designed _so patients can receive treatment right away. Built for the comfort and convenience of patients and their families, the new department has large, private treatment rooms, ‘plus dedicated imaging equipment. It also has four trauma rooms equipped right across the hall from a CT scanner and two X-ray machines to care for patients quickly. 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