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Carbondale Chamber announces new board

The Carbondale Chamber would like to thank its outgoing 2013 board members and is excited to announce its 2014 Carbondale Chamber Board: President Karen Eden, InterMountain Waste & Recycling; Vice President Travis Stewart, Western Slope Materials LLC & Casey Concrete; Secretary Donni Cochran, AFLAC/Donni Cochran Insurance Services LLC; Treasurer Heather Beach, Beach Resource Management LLC; Past President Lauri Rubinstein, Step into Great; Jake Boyles, Crystal River Spas; Kristin Garwood, Post Independent; Sandy Graetz, It’s My Party; Kiko Pena, Mi Casita Restaurant; Patricia Pier, Pier Insurance & Financial Services Inc.; Tony Spires, ANB Bank; Frank Zlogar, The Sopris Sun; town of Carbondale liaison Elizabeth Murphy, trustee; town of Carbondale liaison Frosty Merriott, trustee; Andrea Stewart, Carbondale Chamber executive director; and Joslyn Mitchell, Carbondale Chamber office manager.

The outgoing 2013 board members include Dale Ahrens, Mitchell & Co.; Trenton Cheney, Cheney Plumbing; Terry Kirk, Sopris Liquor & Wine; Andy Lietz, Sunsense Solar; Jeni Ptacek, Crystal River Ballet; and Linda Wylie, Linda Wylie & Associates.

Muhonen passes CPA exam

Lahti CPA Services Inc. congratulates Sarah Muhonen for passing all four parts of her CPA exam. This rigorous exam needs to be passed in order to become a licensed certified public accountant (CPA). Sarah has been working for Lahti CPA Services since June 2012.

Tops at Vicki Lee Green

Vicki Lee Green Realtors congratulates Michelle James for being the sales person of the month for December. Michelle has 20 years of experience selling real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Vicki Lee Green Realtors also congratulates Stormie Werking for being the listing agent of the month for December. Stormie has been selling real estate since 1992.

Barbee trained in Collaborative Divorce Process

Karen Barbee has completed the Level One Training of the Collaborative Divorce Process in Denver. In so doing she is qualified to work as a collaborative coach. Couples choosing to use the Collaborative Divorce Process are empowered to make decisions that fit their family. They have the support of the entire team of attorneys, coach, and financial expert so that the end of the marriage is one that holds respect, integrity, and the well-being of both the individuals of the couple and their children.

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