The Grief Recovery Method Summer Program
The Grief Recovery Method is a nine-week directed and supported process, each week building upon the last, for all losses, including death, divorce, pet loss, financial loss, loss of safety, etc. In a very safe environment, we will look at old beliefs about dealing with loss, what losses have affected your life, then take new actions which lead to completion of the pain attached to one of those losses. The program meets from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday evenings, beginning June 4, at The Orchard, 110 Snowmass Drive in Carbondale. Sliding Scale is available. Contact Jennifer Bouchet, MSW, for information and to register, at 970-456-7026, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public invited to Northwest Oil and Gas Forum
The public is invited to participate in the quarterly Northwest Colorado Oil and Gas Forum from 10 a.m. to noon June 5 at the CMC Campus, 3695 Airport Road in Rifle, to learn about oil and gas activity on the Western Slope. Agenda topics include an update on COGCC regulatory enforcement and penalty policies. Oil and gas activity and other updates will be provided by Garfield County, BLM, USFS, Community Counts and energy industry representatives. The Northwest Colorado Oil & Gas Forum precedes the monthly Garfield County Energy Advisory Board meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the Rifle Library, 207 East Ave.
The Northwest Colorado Oil and Gas Forum is an informal gathering of local, state, and federal government officials, oil and gas industry representatives, and citizens that have met regularly since 1989. The purpose of the forum is to share information about oil and gas development in northwest Colorado and to make government officials and oil and gas industry representatives easily accessible to the public.
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