OSM celebrating 18 years
OSM Delivery is celebrating 18 years in business in the Roaring Fork Valley. For information on delivery services, call 970-945-8552.
Brand new emergency lifesaving medical equipment donated to Rifle Animal Shelter
Rifle Animal Shelter will be able to save more lives and help more animals with the funding of new emergency lifesaving medical equipment.
Cindy Lee and the Wags and Menace Makes a Difference Foundation funded a new anesthesia machine, autoclave and many other surgical instruments and equipment. Cindy Lee, president of the Wags and Menace Make a Difference Foundation, said, “My foundation and I are proud supporters of Rifle Animal Shelter, and with this brand new lifesaving medical equipment they will save more lives, have more animals adopted and be given a second chance on life.”
“This is such a tremendous asset for Rifle Animal Shelter,” said Heather Mullen, Rifle Animal Shelter executive director. “Being able to perform many surgeries here at the shelter with a certified vet sets us apart and allows us to help even more animals in our region.”
Mullen went on to thank Cindy Lee and the Wags and Menace Makes a Difference Foundation for their continual support. “The Wags and Menace Foundation Medical Fund at Rifle Animal Shelter has helped hundreds of animals with their expensive and specialized medical care over the last two years. This medical equipment will allow us to help even more homeless pets receive the medical care they need.
“Cindy Lee’s foundation has also funded our third-year medical fund at Rifle Animal Shelter and has enhanced our shelter with saving hundreds of lives and adopting many out throughout Colorado.”
Rifle Animal Shelter serves the city of Rifle and Parachute and frequently transfers animals from overcrowded shelters in surrounding regions.
Rifle Animal Shelter is open every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located across from Rifle High School. To find out more about adoptable pets, volunteering, donating and the services of the shelter, go to http://www.rifleanimalshelter.org or to their Facebook page. To learn more about the Wags and Menace Makes a Difference Foundation visit their website at http://www.wagsandmenace.org or their Facebook page.
Jennings joins Hair Fair
Amanda Jennings has recently joined the staff at Hair Fair. She has been in the industry for nine years. She specializes in haircuts, perms, color, highlights and extensions. You can make an appointment with her at (970) 945-0345. Walk-ins always welcome.
Bighorn Toyota earns President’s Award
Bighorn Toyota has recently been awarded Toyota Motor Sales 2013 President’s Award, one of the highest honors a Toyota dealer can receive. This dealership was recognized for maintaining Toyota’s highest standards of customer service throughout the entire ownership experience including initial purchase and vehicle maintenance. Recipients of the President’s Award go above and beyond each time they interact with their customers and represent the best of the Toyota brand’s attention to customer experience.
2014 Spring Business Seminar Series
The final installment of the 2014 Spring Business Seminar Series is Technology for Small Business from 8:30 a.m. to noon April 24 at CMC Aspen. It will cover why you should invest in technology and have a plan. The basics to get you started.
The seminar costs $40. For more information, go to http://rfbrc.org or call (970) 945-5158.
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Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs will present an interactive webcast, “Extreme Fire,” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday as part of its free speaker series, The Gift of Education.