PA's 'Necessities and Temptations' holds 15th anniversary party Friday

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PORT ANGELES — Necessities and Temptations, 217 N. Laurel St., is holding a party to celebrate its 15 years in business.

The party — offering coffee and punch, birthday cake, chocolate and cookies — takes place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday.

KONP radio will broadcast live from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and one of the promotions at the store will challenge customers to win a prize by correcting guessing the age of veteran KONP announcer Howard “Scooter” Chapman.

The celebration also will feature gift certificate drawings, grab bags, special sales items and surprises for every 15th purchase.

Also, every purchase will enter buyers into a drawing for a $150 prize.

Another game at the store, said owner Edna Petersen, is that pictures of her dog, Preston, will be sprinkled around the store.

“Find a picture, and you win a prize,” Petersen said.

Necessities and Temptations offers everything from personal-care items to chocolates, gourmet food, baby items, clothing for men and women, kitchenware, beautiful items for the home, novelties and gifts.

Asked to what she would attribute the achievement of being in business for 15 years, Petersen replied:

“It has been an exciting journey with lots of twists and turns. But it is because of the loyal local people who have supported the store all along.”

Necessities and Temptations offers local delivery, shipping and free gift wrapping.

For more information, phone 360-457-6400 or email nectemp@olypen.

Last modified: July 31. 2013 8:30PM
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