Memories & Milestones
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse hosts pet adoption weekend in partnership with local animal shelters
recently hosted its second annual pet adoption weekend joining hundreds of Coldwell Banker offices and animal shelters around the country for the Coldwell Banker “Homes for Dogs” National Adoption Weekend.
Held Oct. 13-14, the 2018 Adopt-a-Pet.com adoption weekend was a success as Coldwell Banker Mason Morse’s Aspen Snowmass, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs offices each participated and found new homes for five local pets. The individual offices partnered with local shelters Aspen Animal Shelter, Colorado Animal Rescue (CARE) and Rifle Animal Shelter in their goal of finding loving homes for their furry friends.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate launched its “Homes for Dogs Project” in 2015, helping 20,000 dogs find new homes in nine months. Following the Coldwell Banker network’s success, Coldwell Banker Mason Morse implemented its own local Pet Adoption Weekend, continuing its responsibility as a partner in the communities it serves.
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Motor vehicle staff honored
Mike Dixon, director of Motor Vehicle Services for the Colorado Department of Revenue and project manager for the newly implemented DRIVES system, stopped by the Garfield County Clerk’s office to present Jackie Harmon and Vicki Bayley with appreciation plaques from the Colorado DRIVES project for their service as county subject matter experts.
Harmon and Bayley worked with the DRIVES development team from April 2017 through August 2018, to prepare for the statewide conversion to the new system.
Dixon also presented Garfield County Clerk and Recorder Jean Alberico with certificates of appreciation for her dedicated service to the CSTARS committee from January 2007 through August 2018, as well as her service on the Drives Governance Committee from April 2016 until August 2018.
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