Blue Sky Ski Rental and Repair will be open for the season Dec. 1 in its new location at 114 Sixth St. in Glenwood Springs, next door to Sioux Villa Curio.
Owner Jerry Butler and Blue Sky Ski Rental and Repair will be celebrating their 22nd season of business in Glenwood Springs.
We offer ski and snowboard rentals, full repair shop, cross country ski rental, snowshoe rental and ski clothing rentals.
Timothy Burns, chief administrative officer of Glenwood Medical Associates P.C., attended the National Medical Group Management Association Conference in Denver from Oct. 11-14. The conference provided significant educational opportunities for the ever-changing health care industry.
“This is one of the best Medical Group Management Association conferences I have attended. The focus was on national health care reform that hopefully will open the doors to greater access for all Americans to a fairer health care system. It has been an honor and a privilege to be a member of MGMA and the college for over 18 years,” Burns said.
For September, the midvalley region reported an average month for 2009. Dollar volume totaled $13,715,239 which is down 30 percent from the August total of $19,789,750. Bear in mind that August was significantly up from July. The bulk of the dollar volume for September was in Carbondale (Garfield County) capturing 47 percent of the dollar volume at $6.4 million. Basalt (both Eagle and Pitkin counties) posted $5.4 million, 40 percent of the dollar volume, and El Jebel had the remainder with approximately $1.9 million.
Transactions for the area were up by one unit from August with 27. Again, Carbondale led the charge with 15, Basalt followed with 8, and El Jebel rounded out the area with 4 for the month.
Through the month of September, the total dollar volume for the region is $104,174,789 and transactions total 163.
The 2009 annual Limited Edition Holiday Greeting Card is now available through the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association.
This print of a painting by Cynthia Thomas was the winner of the 2008 Holiday Greeting Card contest at the 46th annual Fall Art Festival. Thomas’ painting, titled “Whitewater Cowboy,” is the title of the 2009 greeting and note card.
The cost of this exclusive card is $15 per package of 12. Imprinting and bulk rates are available, and some older edition cards are available at a discount.
To purchase your cards with an optional personalized message and logo, contact the chamber at 945-6589. Proceeds from the sale of greeting and note cards fund the chamber’s patronage of the annual Fall Art Festival.
New Castle Family Fitness is hosting its first ever Wellness Awareness Fair. Our goal is to provide awareness of the health and wellness opportunities in our community. Please join us Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 6-8 p.m. Some of the professionals include: Dr. David Vukelich D.C.; Dr. Sears; LEAN coach Cindy Abts; NCFF personal trainers; Rhonda Williams, CMT; Juice Plus and Shaklee representatives; and Bishop Water and Plumbing. Please call New Castle Family Fitness at 984-3200 for more information.
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