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"Project Organize gets you organizedA South Whidbey resident newly arrived from Wisconsin is here to help people get organized.Denise Lilien has started a business called Project Organize, aimed at businesses and households.We will create an organized environment designed to your personal needs, either in your business or at home, Lilien said. What makes Project Organize stand out? Personal attention to the individual in relationship to their environment -- this includes equal emphasis on the aesthetics of organization. For information, call 341-2844.Counselors open Freeland practiceFoley and Associates now offers a variety of counseling services in Freeland from an office in the Freeland Professional Building, 1685 E. Main St.William G. Hastings, M.Ed., and Tina M. Foley, both registered counselors, provide individual, marriage, family and group, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and PMS counseling. Hours are evenings from 7-10 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information call 331-5211.Learn how to start a businessSkagit Valley College's Small Business Resource Center is offering a class on how to start your own business Tuesday and Wednesday, April 4-5, from 6:30 to 9:30 each night at the SVC Whidbey Campus, Hayes Hall, Room 137, at 1900 S.E. Pioneer, Oak Harbor.Participants will learn about licenses, taxes, marketing and financing. Instructors will be Peter Stroosma and David Woods. The fee is $30. To sign up call 360-416-7873."

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