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Liberty Bay Chiropractic raises $2,000 for Fishline

Poulsbo Chamber President Mary Whitt, Dr. Thomas Harlan’s grandson Alec Ibarra, Roxy Thompson, Dr. Amber Hayghe, Dr. Thomas Harlan, Dr. Charles DeWilde, and Gwen Hannon of Columbia Bank cut the ribbon at Liberty Bay Chiropractic Massage & Laser Center’s March grand opening, which raised more than $2,000 for Fishline Food Bank.                                                - Brad Camp / Contributed photo
Poulsbo Chamber President Mary Whitt, Dr. Thomas Harlan’s grandson Alec Ibarra, Roxy Thompson, Dr. Amber Hayghe, Dr. Thomas Harlan, Dr. Charles DeWilde, and Gwen Hannon of Columbia Bank cut the ribbon at Liberty Bay Chiropractic Massage & Laser Center’s March grand opening, which raised more than $2,000 for Fishline Food Bank.
— image credit: Brad Camp / Contributed photo

POULSBO — Liberty Bay Chiropractic, Massage & Laser Center welcomed more than 100 visitors and patients to its grand opening and donated all proceeds from the event to Fishline Food Bank.

Liberty Bay Chiropractic, Massage & Laser Center (www.libertybaychiro.com) is located at 18657 Highway 305, a merger of Dr. Charles DeWilde and Dr. Thomas Harlan’s practices. The center offers expanded services such as advanced laser light therapy, posture assessments, foot orthotics, and therapeutic and relaxing massage therapy.

More than $2,000 was raised at the March 6 event. As a result, Liberty Bay was selected as Community Partner of the Month by Fishline and is featured on the non-profit’s website and Facebook pages at www.nkfishline.org.

“Fishline is a great cause, and we’re happy to help,” DeWilde said. “At Liberty Bay, we’re passionate about health and wellness for all ... Fishline touches so many lives, and we are honored to chosen as a community partner.”

DeWilde has been a longtime member of the Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce, and is founding chairman of the Americana Music Festival. He donates his time weekly to Fishline and annually at Gateway Fellowship’s Day of Hope, and supports other causes.

Harlan has been a longtime supporter of Fishline, hosts an annual Patient Appreciation Day, and donates his services to local school fundraisers.

DeWilde said, “Dr. Harlan and I are excited that our alliance and new, larger location allows us to welcome even more clients and offer more services than ever before.”

 

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