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Cowboy Up Carbondale seeks beneficiary

In its 10th year Cowboy Up Carbondale will celebrate Carbondale’s unique western heritage with live music, dancing, barbecue and auction to benefit a local nonprofit.

Cowboy Up Carbondale is currently accepting applications for this year’s event beneficiary. Applicants must be a 501c3 and be able to provide volunteers that support their organization. The deadline to apply is April 14. For more information or to apply please visit our Facebook page, Cowboy Up Carbondale or contact Erin Bassett at 970-309-3319,

Effective Communication for Couples

Effective Communication for Couples takes place April 7-9 in Carbondale. This weekend workshop offers couples a set of powerful communication skills that can permanently transform your committed relationship. Couples will have an opportunity to address recurring breakdowns in their relationship, identify and honor each other’s needs, and make clear and healthy requests for support. Couples will be coached in effective ways of communicating that result in greater understanding, issue resolution and deeper intimacy. Limited to six couples. To register, contact Sonny Conley at 970-274-3099.

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