A 2008 graduate of the Port Townsend School of Massage Therapy, Maia Yip has been in practice on Lopez Island before joining owner Amy Bienvenu and staff at the San Juan Island-based Island Wellness Center. She offers a variety of treatments, from deep tissue massage to Hot Stone therapy, with sessions tailored specifically for each client.
Duke first became involved at Wolf Hollow back in 1997, as a volunteer animal caregiver at the time, while working on and completing an associates degree at Skagit Valley College’s San Juan Center.
The Clean Boating Foundation of Washington’s Leadership Clean “certification” recognizes the “outstanding commitment to environmental responsibility and restoring the health of Puget Sound” to Albert Jensen and Sons – known to generations of islanders as Jensen Shipyards.
Plans for a restaurant on a newly constructed second story of Jeri’s Mall have been shelved, as the prospective new owners of the building reportedly intend to turn the top floor into living space.