Local Business Briefs

Karrie Young joins

local law office

Karrie L. Young has joined the Law Office of Jack Micheau as an attorney.

Young is a grad uate of Aberdeen High School, Western Washington University and the Seattle University School of Law. She speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and taught English in China for several years before returning to Grays Harbor. She also speaks Spanish.

She is a certified court-appointed special advocate guardian ad litem and plans to focus her practice on elder law, family law and criminal defense in Grays Harbor and Pacific counties. She can be reached at the Cosmopolis office of Micheau Law, 106 F. St. The phone number is (360) 532-7473.

Westport Winery owners nominated for magazine honor

The Roberts family of Westport Winery has been selected as a finalist for the Seattle Business Magazine’s Washington Family Business of the Year for 2012. The award will be presented on Thursday, Nov. 29 at the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle.

According to the magazine: “In an age when innovative new startups are launched, sold and resold, the family business provides a valuable study in consistency and reliability. This doesn’t imply predictability, for the successful family business is anything but predictable. Through it all, they have managed to prosper, change and grow while also keeping a practiced eye on tradition and succession.”

Elma’s downtown

Trick-or-Treat set

The Elma Chamber of Commerce, along with Elma businesses invite families to the 14th annual Elma Downtown Trick-or-Treat, on Halloween, Oct. 31, from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. at participating businesses.

For questions, email info@elmachamber.org or call (360) 482-3055.

The Daily World