Beginning May 31st at every home game of our Port Angeles Lefties, Angeles Millwork, Hartnagels and ONE lucky kid under the age of twelve will be delivering the lumber!
Lumber is a common phrase used to describe wooden baseball bats and who better to deliver the bats of our favorite local wooden bat league baseball team the Lefties, than a lucky fan AND the supplier of the best quality lumber on the peninsula?
Kids 12 and under who are attending the game who want to participate can put their name in the box at FogTown smoothies in the outfield kids zone. At 5:45, a name will be drawn and the winning child’s will be announced to join us for the official delivery of the bats, in the coolest modified golf cart on the peninsula AND to the whole team of the Lefties. All chosen children will also receive a limited edition t-shirt commemorating the event!
So join us for every home game to cheer on our home town Lefties. Who knows, maybe a kid you know will be delivering the lumber that night!
Fresh out of the Ruddell Graphics department, Hartnagel’s new Piggy Back Western Star delivery truck and Angeles Millwork’s new Ford delivery box trucks just got wrapped with new vinyl graphics. The wraps highlight elements like diamond plate and wood grain from our industry and of course Mt. Olympus from our logo and the gorgeous locale we are luckily enough to serve. We couldn’t be happier with the new look and the fine job Shaun and Phil from Ruddell did on the wraps. The whole fleet of trucks and vehicles from both Angeles Millwork and Hartnagels will soon be getting a similar make-over, so keep an eye out on the roads and give our drivers a wave!
As we quickly approach the end of 2016 and the holiday season, it is important for us to slow down a bit and give thanks. All of us at Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply have had an amazing year thanks to some fabulous community support and our wonderful customers. Thank you to all of you who have supported our employee owned stores for the last 110 years, we would not be here without you all!
As I see people wearing our sweatshirts around town or receive a welcome letter about the service we provide, I am so grateful to be a part of such a wonderful community that cares about our stores. For those that share our passion for building the places we all call home, thank you for allowing us to be a part of yours! On behalf of all the employee owners at Angeles Millwork and Hartnagels, may your harvest be bountiful and your Thanksgiving filled with joy.
Kelly Fox and all the employee owners at Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply.
Thank you to everyone that came out and cheered us on during the Port Angeles 4th of July Parade! Trucks from Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply were part of a red, white & blue entourage of vehicles celebrating our country’s independence.
We are excited to announce our 3rd annual Calendar Photography Contest.
THIS YEAR’S THEME IS: An Image that Makes You Smile.
Deadline is September 15th.
Thank you to everyone who submitted so many amazing photos last year. The selection process is always difficult because of so many stunning entries.
Now it is time to submit your gorgeous photos for the 2017 calendar.
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO(S) at the bottom of the post.
Here are the guidelines and details:
Photos must be taken by you.
Photos must be taken within the highlighted area of the map to the right.
Photos must be JPEGs.
Photos must be 300dpi Lower resolution photos will not be considered. So make sure your camera settings are correct.
Please pick your best photos. Multiples of the same shot will not be considered.
There is a 5 image submission limit per photographer. So send us your very best!
The subject matter is wide open. It could be in color, it could be in black and white. Subjects could range from the wild flowers in your yard, a bird on the shore, a lake on your favorite hike, a parade, the sunset, ect.
But it must make you smile. 🙂
We’ll choose 24 photos to use in the calendar and one amazing photo for the cover. If your photo is chosen for the cover, you’ll receive a $200 gift card to one of our stores! A small reception will be held in honor of all the submitting photographers and all photographers chosen for the calendar will receive 5 calendars each.
Throughout the submission period and until the 2017 Calendar’s unveiling, we will be picking out photos that just didn’t quite make the cut and posting them on Facebook and Instagram. Only sharing 24 photos in a calendar doesn’t do justice to the large amount of beautiful photographs we get to see each year.
When calendars are released, all submitting photographers will be notified. Calendars will be available free to the public at both Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply.
New to photography? No problem!
We want everyone to be able to enter. Check out the links below for a bit of photography help. Also be sure and follow our blog, Facebook and Instagram @angeles_millwork throughout the submission period for more photography help and to see some of the great photos that were submitted but were not chosen for the calendar.
Free Photo Editor! Just click below, download a picture, edit as you wish, save and Viola! Fotor Photo Editor
PHOTO RELEASE By submitting your photo(s) to Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply’s 2017 Calendar Photo Contest, you grant Angeles Millwork and Hartnagel permission to reproduce, distribute, and publish your name and photographs in our calendar and promotional materials. You retain all other rights to your photography.
Entries should include:
Name of person who took the photo (REQUIRED)
Phone number (REQUIRED for internal use only)
Email address (REQUIRED for internal use only)
Brief description and location of the photo (REQUIRED)
Instagram address (OPTIONAL)
Facebook address (OPTIONAL)
Your phone number and email address are for internal use only and will NOT be published in the calendar or used for solicitation.
Hurry our deadline is September 15.
Use the form below to submit your entry in our 2017 Calendar Photo Contest and Good Luck!
When the first sawmills were established, they were usually small water powered facilities located near the source of timber. Later, larger circular sawmills were developed in the lower reaches of a river, with the logs floated down to them by log drivers. In the smaller, wilder stretches of a river, rafts couldn’t get through, so masses of individual logs were driven down the river like huge herds of cattle.
From The National Film Board of Canada, this lighthearted, animated short is based on the song “The Log Driver’s Waltz” by Wade Hemsworth. Kate and Anna McGarrigle sing along to the tale of a young girl who loves to dance and chooses to marry a log driver over his more well-to-do competitor. Driving logs down the river has made the young man the best dancing partner to be found.