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Language academy has a new home

Language academy has a new home

The Northwest Language Academy has just relocated to Bayview Corner, taking up residence in the Sears Annex right next to the Sears House off Bayview Road.

Josette Hendrix, language school director, and Debora Richardson, administrative assistant, will have office hours of 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

The school’s current offerings are French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese and Chinese for kids, teens and adults; call 321-2101 or visit www.nwlanguageacademy.com for details.

Whidbey Pacific Realty recognized

A South Whidbey real estate franchise was recognized for its excellent sales. United Country Real Estate announced that United Country – Whidbey Pacific Realty of Whidbey Island achieved the company’s Master Salesman Award for its success in 2007.

“Even in a challenging real estate market, the United Country tools work,” said owner/broker Konda Kearton. “For example, we advertise property in our community to buyers across the country with an award-winning Web site that has 35,000 visitors a day. This type of progressive technology helps us provide exceptional customer service in any type of market.”

United Country supports more than 700 offices nationwide.

Call United Country – Whidbey Pacific Realty 321-4701, or e-mail them at kondakearton@hotmail.com and visit their Web site at www.whidbeypacificrealty.com.

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