New salon in Carbondale
Fiore’ Salon at 225 Main St. in downtown Carbondale has its grand opening on July 4.
The salon, phone 970-963-4673, offers haircuts and styling for the whole family, as well as color services, spa and OPI gel manicures and pedicures, and facial waxing services. The owners are Lauren Duncan and Kelly Gabossi-Ehlers. Duncan worked at Great Clips in Glenwood Spring from 2009 to 2013. Gabossi-Ehlers is a native of the Roaring Fork Valley, and has worked in Carbondale and Basalt. Anyone visiting the grand opening will receive $10 off any service, good any time.
Brittney Glock earns sports nutrition certification
Brittney Glock, personal trainer at Midland Fitness and New Castle Family Fitness, has earned another nutrition certification. She is now certified by ISSA as a performance nutrition specialist. Brittney makes the complex world of food easy to understand. Clients benefit from one-on-one and/or small group meetings to discuss a variety of progressive nutrition topics. One of the many advantages to working with “Britt” is that she is also an experienced personal trainer who understands the relationship between diet and exercise. Education is the key to battling the biggest problem facing Americans, poor nutrition. Call 945-4440 to schedule an appointment for a nutritional analysis.
Brooks at Speckled Feather
The Speckled Feather announces its newest artist, Anne Brooks. Former Glenwood Springs High School art teacher, Anne has been involved with ceramics since 1969, in her own studio since 1979. We are happy to have Anne’s kitchen pieces as well as her beautiful memorial urns to offer to our customers. Her newest pieces include fused and slumped glass.
Woods earns Certified Regulatory Vendor Program Manager credential
Shanna Woods with Alpine Bank has earned the Certified Regulatory Vendor Program Manager (CRVPM) credential through the most comprehensive course available of its kind, provided by the Compliance Education Institute. Woods recently completed the six-hour online course in just two days including a 65-question final exam to secure the certification.
The CRVPM course from the Compliance Education Institute provides professionals with the tools needed to build, implement, and manage a compliant vendor management program and properly prepare for exams and audits through completion of seven essential sections: Historical Perspective, Regulations, Benefits of a Compliant Program and Penalties for Non-Compliance, Program Components, Implementation, Exam and Audit Preparation, and Best Practices.
A true Colorado native, Woods was born in Grand Junction and attended Rifle High School. She joined Alpine Bank in October 2003 at the call center, where she helped develop a key program still in use today and later took on the role of training new employees. In 2008, she moved over to the fraud department and quickly excelled — today she oversees the bank’s physical security, vendor management and disaster recovery as the physical security supervisor. She is a volunteer with the bank’s Grand Junction Relay For Life Team as well as with her kids’ school events every chance she has. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Kitt, and their four children.
HMR Weight Management of the Rockies celebrates 25 years in Glenwood
HMR Weight Management of the Rockies is celebrating 25 years of business in Glenwood Springs. The community is invited to an open house from 4-6 p.m. Friday, July 11, at 410 20th St., Suite 103. As part of the celebration weight loss foods are available at 25 percent off. “HMR” style refreshments will be offered. Call 970-945-2324 for more information.
Day a sports certified specialist
Tony Day, DPT, SCS, CSCS has earned the sports certified specialist certification.
Day is a licensed physical therapist with Personal Rehabilitation Center PC and practices in the company’s New Castle clinic.
After completing a one-year sports medicine residency at St. Luke’s/Elks Rehabilitation in Boise, Idaho, he completed the rigorous board examinations to attain his certification.
Day also volunteers with the Garfield County Search and Rescue team.
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