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business recognition Scottish-born travel consultant Janette Huskie has opened Ask A Brit, a professional travel planning business, in Monroe. She specializes in travel to England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. Call 1-800-433-5945.

   Mill Creek resident Marguerite Corbally has been elected to the Washington Park Arboretum Foundation Board of Directors. She will serve a three-year term on the 30-member board overseeing the foundation's fundraising and membership programs, which support the arboretum.

   Russell "Lucky" Munson has joined Waterford, a real estate corporation in Snohomish. He was previously with ERA Metropolitan Realty, Inc.

   Gordon Mitchell, who writes the Business & Technology column in this paper, was recently recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Dr. Mitchell received one of six U.S. professional achievement awards for 1996.

   Charles Whiteside has been named the new Vice President for Human Resources and Employee Relations at Shoreline Community College.

   After completing the advanced financial management program at Donald T. Regan, John A. Rial, of Woodinville, has been named a certified financial manager. He is employed with Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.

   Windermere Real Estate in Woodinville has announced the addition of a new sales associate, Daniel Jeung. He lives in Woodinville with his family.

   SilverLake Sparkling Cellars in Woodinville recently announced the hiring of Deba Wegner as its new director of promotions and retail sales. Previously she held the same position at Covey Run Winery.

   Donald R. Morken was presented with the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Pacific Lutheran University Oct. 11. Morken, his wife Wanda, and daughter Sonya are Woodinville residents.

   MagicHour Films, a production company co-owned by Woodinville's Jorge Barrera, has added a new program Development Division to its corporate and commercial production business and has moved to new offices.

   Gina Mazzaferro, of Duvall, has recently joined Windermere's Bellevue Commons office.

   Dr. Bruce R. Patrick of Bothell was a member of the House of Delegates for the Washington State Dental Association's annual meeting in September.

   Mary Fears has been appointed Director of Communications and Public Relations for Evergreen Community Health Care.

   Ultima Systems, a travel club based in Bothell, has named Paul Evanson its chief operations officer.

   The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau has hired Amy O. Spain of Woodinville as the organization's new sales executive.

   Anne Bascom, a Bothell resident, has joined Windermere Real Estate as a sales associate.

   Mackie Designs, a Woodinville-based designer and manufacturer of professional audio equipment, has announced that Angela Rivers, former vice president of manufacturing, will take over as vice president of operations until a replacement can be found.
   Mackie Designs has also announced the company's newest audio products, the Fast Recovery Series, at the Audio Engineering Show in Los Angeles.

   Stafford Homes of Bothell, the developer of Brighton at Mill Creek, has received 2 MAME awards.

   Life Care Center of Bothell, a nursing facility, was named Life Care Centers of America's Facility of the Year for the company's Northwest Division.

   Frontier Financial Corporation, parent company of Frontier Bank, announced record earnings of $3,948,849 for the third quarter of 1996, an increase of 16% over the same period in 1995.

   Annette Sally has joined Columbia Crest Estate Vineyards and Winery as the winery's new brand manager overseeing all marketing.

   C. Reid Cain of Fall City has joined D. R. Strong Consulting Engineers in Kirkland.

   Quinton Instrument Company has announced the signing of mult-year agreements with Magnet, Inc. and Cardiovascular Ventures, Inc.