Help identify Washington native shrubs?

Please help identify two native shrubs in Sequim, WA.
One is tall, about 8 - 10 feet, multistemmed. The leaves are very large, up to 8" long, oval, smooth, alternate. It bloomed last week, in the last week of August to first week of September. The flowers are tiny, white, strung along on 3" long strands, foamy looking. Each leaf node, along the stem, has a tuft of flowers. The flowers look like seaspray flowers, but the shrub definitely isn't a seaspray or an elderberry.
The second shrub is about 3 feet tall. The leaves are 1" long, oval, smooth, alternate. Currently, it has bright red, rather translucent berries (not opaque-surfaced, like a cotoneaster). The berries have a little circle on the bottom, like a blueberry. I saw this shrub growing in a clear cut field, along the trail to Shi Shi Beach.
Thank you, Wendy (Sequim, WA, Zone 8)
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Sure! Guest house is furnished and waiting :-). Wendy
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Yikes! thanks for telling me, Pam.
Wendy Sequim, WA (Zone 8)
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