Becca Korby, executive director of Healthy Families of Clallam County and its Child Advocacy Center was at Port Angeles Business Association‘s meeting on November 29, 2016 to talk about the problems of local domestic violence and sexual assault and the prevention of child abuse.
While at the meeting, Sarah Abbott, representing Necessities and Temptation’s owner Edna Petersen, presented Becca Korby with a donation for Healthy Families of $900. The $900 was the tips N&T employees had received over the past two months at the store.
Sarah Abbott (right) representing Necessities and Temptations’ owner Edna Petersen presenting to Becca Korby
Local radio station, KONP, has the news story with audio bites.
In February 2016, we closed for a week to have new carpets installed. Thanks to Fairchild Floors for the hard-working in getting it done. Thanks to the staff here at the store for the time spent move fixtures and inventory back and forth during the install. On March 18, we celebrated the store being put back together, yes it took a month to put everything in its place. It was also a chance to celebrate the owner, Edna’s, birthday. Thanks to everyone that helped during the transition and everyone that came to celebrate with us.
Necessities and Temptations owner, Edna Petersen, was recently recognized by the Port Angeles Business Association for “Her Distinguished Leadership as 2015 President.”
The Port Angeles Business Association’s stated purpose is:
To promote all business in the Greater Port Angeles area.
To provide information regarding business development in the Greater Port Angeles area.
To increase business growth and develop jobs within the marketplace.
To retain the private enterprise system with free competitive markets.
Thank you all for the support you have given us the last 17 years and for voting us Best Unique Gift Store in Clallam County. From Edna and the rest of the staff, a heartfelt thank you. We promise to continue serving you and supporting our community to the high standards you have come to expect from Necessities and Temptations. You can find our read the award listing on the Peninsula Daily News’ site here or view our “Thank You” ad here.
The store celebrates 17 years in downtown Port Angeles this July 2015. Edna opened the store in 1998. Through economic ups and downs, downtown construction projects, and anything in between, the store continues to grow.
Congratulations to Edna for receiving recognition for her community impact as a leader in literacy from United Way of Clallam County in 2015. The people in Port Angeles, and Clallam County as a whole, are very generous with their time and money when helping worthy causes. Thank you to everyone who works to make our home a nicer place to live.