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Jennifer Harbottle

Enterprise Foundation awards grants

Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Professional Auto Body & Frame are pleased to announce the local recipients of the 2014 Enterprise Foundation grant awards. Congratulations to Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts, Hospice of the Valley and YouthZone, each receiving grants of $1,500.

This is the third year the Enterprise Foundation has awarded grants to nonprofits in the Roaring Fork Valley. Statewide, the Enterprise Foundation has donated $727,180 to Colorado nonprofits in 2013 and $200 million nationwide since inception.

Midland Fitness’ Harbottle an ALine certified expert

Midland Fitness personal trainer Jennifer Harbottle is an ALine Certified expert. This means that Glenwood Springs and New Castle area residents can now get access to a professionally fit, patented foot suspension insert. Most people suffer from misalignment from the feet, ankles and knees. What is described as lower back pain, sore feet, and aching knees can often be traced to poor alignment. Other common problems such as plantar fasciitis, neuromas and shin splints can be minimized or eliminated with Aline inserts. Professional personal trainers at Midland Fitness and NCFF are experts at teaching practical biomechanics to reduce joint wear, fatigue and injury due to poor alignment, abuse and age. Call 945-4440 or 984-3200 to schedule an appointment.

Brown & Brown presenting summer workshops

The law office of Brown & Brown, P.C. will be presenting a series of estate planning workshops in Glenwood Springs. The workshops are open to the public, free of charge and will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library, 815 Cooper Ave. Interested persons can sign up by calling the Glenwood office at (97 0) 945-1241 or by going to Upcoming workshops include:

July 15 — What to Do When Someone Dies

July 31 — Wills, Trusts & Powers of Attorney: The Basics

Aug. 5 — Wills, Trusts & Power of Attorney: Beyond the Basics

Aug. 28 — Long Term Care Planning

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