Local business kudos, 9/27/2013

Steve Morris and Sharon Morris, owners of Right At Home, a senior caregiving service in Whatcom, Skagit and Island counties, have earned Certified Senior Advisor designations from the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. CSA training includes understanding the financial, health and social issues facing seniors, along with developing effective communication techniques.

Dean Brett, a Bellingham attorney with Brett Murphy, will be included in the 20th edition of The Best Lawyers in America, considered among the most respected listing of attorneys in practice due to its rigorous review process. Selection is based on attorney performance, track record and years of expertise.

Whatcom Women in Business has announced its 2013 scholarship recipients. The nonprofit organization will award $1,200 in scholarship money (an increase from $1,000 per recipient given last year, made possible by increased donations) to: Portia Bajwa, April  Benson, Bryli Elsner, Kimball Gainor, Laura Gelwicks, Shannon Gnagey, Sydney Gray, Claire Harris, Tiffany  Holden, Molly  Honcoop, Olivia Hortegas, Hannah Lewis, Morgan Loy, Julie Nelson, Lauren Oswald, Nikita Pretty, Sydney Ratzlaff, Priya Sall, Chelan Schneider and Bailey Vallee.

Scholarships are awarded based on applicants’ professional goals, GPA, personal achievements, community service, extracurricular activities, financial need and interview skills.

Becky Raney and Larry Raney, owners of Print & Copy Factory in Bellingham, have been honored for their company’s sales growth by CPrint International. CPrint, an organization of independently owned, family-based businesses, awards printing companies that have demonstrated significant sales growth over the past year.

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