Saturday, November 5, 2005
Cullen purchases downtown retail outlets
The Chez Nous and Quiksilver Boardriders Club have a new owner -- 30-year resident Linda Cullen said she bought both clothing stores in September. Chez Nous is a women's fashion boutique and Boardriders appeals to the youth market.
Recently, Cullen managed both stores. She was vice president of merchandising for Sport Stalker for 20 years.
Photographer's work at Artisans' Market
The Western images of photographer Dee Lambert will be on display at Artisans' Market, 626 Lincoln Ave.
Lambert moved to Clark in May after 17 years in eastern Oregon's high desert region, where she worked as a cowgirl and ranch cook on the famous MC Ranch. Also a professional photographer since the 1970s, Lambert shares her passion for horses and the Western lifestyle in a growing collection of insightful single frame and montage images.
Her most recent body of work, which began in 1988, has been displayed in one-woman and group shows and in the judged Range-Ready Classic Art Show in Oregon.
Joyce Hartless becomes resort specialist
Joyce Hartless of Colorado Group Realty has successfully completed the qualifications for a Recreation and Resort Specialist designation awarded by the Worldwide Recreation and Resort Sales Council. The designation is the first earned exclusively by Realtors working in the recreation, resort and second-homes market.
Hartless completed a comprehensive course that focused on the special needs and opportunities of recreation and resort property sales and marketing. The training prepared her to network with an increasing nationwide group of other recreation and resort professionals on behalf of clients.
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