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"Whidbey's only milkman expandsCascade Home Distributors, the milkman that delivers dairy and other products on South Whidbey, in February will add a second delivery truck to its fleet.Owners Darin and Stephanie Reid plan to extend service to Skagit County. We have grown from 50 customers in December 1999 to 340 customers in January 2000 on South Whidbey alone, said Darin Reid. The company also serves Coupeville. Besides the two owners, it has one fulltime employee.For information about weekly home delivery of hormone and antibiotic free milk, as well as cheese, eggs, yogurt and butter, call 321-5038, or order through their Web site: www.milkdelivery.com.Realtors name 2000 leadersThe Whidbey Island Association of Realtors inducted its four officers and five board members for the year 2000 at its annual breakfast last month.Newly elected officers are Colleen Nichols, president; Jim Sparling, vice president; Bill Kurk, treasurer; and Karin VanLanduyt, secretary.Newly appointed board members are Tom Handy, past president; Gary Hansen, Robin Lynch, Steve Strehlau and Bill Wasloski.The 105 members are affiliated with four real estate companies. Among the association's objectives are the promotion of high standards of conduct within the industry and furthering the interests of real property owners.Sales associate earns designationSteve O'Sullivan, a sales associate at the Langley office of Coldwell Banker Tara Properties, has earned the Coldwell Banker previews Property Specialist designation.In addition to a rigorous performance criteria, O'Sullivan had to complete a prescribed certification course, said Frank Meyer, president. Topics covered market analysis for luxury homes, developing and implementing market plans and product knowledge.OSullivan has been affiliated with Coldwell Banker Tara Properties for four years. He is a specialist in residential and vacant land real estate.Pizza liquor license soughtChow Chavatipon has applied to the Washington State Liquor Control Board to assume the liquor license presently held by Gemini Enterprises for the Pizza Factory at Ken's Corner.The license allows the service of wine and beer in the establishment. Anyone with comments may call the Liquor Board at 360-664-1600.Healing Hearts opens in LangleyJane and Terry Hielman have opened a business called Healing Hearts through Kinesiology at 220 First Street in Langley.Their kinesiology clinic offers the following: touch for health, neurolinguistic kinesiology, clairvoyant reading, and mediumship. Any person looking for better health, any person confused by life, or emotionally troubled, may be interested in their clinic, say the Heilmans, who spent five years in the business in Australia.We have a proven track record rehabilitating disturbed, emotionally unbalanced clients of all ages, they state. For information stop by or call 221-8712."

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