Business directory advertising deadlineThe deadline to advertise or update information in the Carbondale Community Chamber’s 2005 Business Directory and Area Guide is Monday, Nov. 15. The directory will come out Jan. 2. Information: 963-1890, email@example.com Carbondale slogan contestThe Lodging Tax Committee of the Carbondale Chamber is holding a contest to find a marketing slogan for Carbondale. The slogan must be short and snappy (think “The Big Apple,” “What Happens Here Stays Here,” or “The City of Brotherly Love”). The winner will receive $250. Information: Chamber@carbondale.com, or Carbondale Chamber, Slogan Contest, P.O. Box 1645, Carbondale, CO 81623 NACM meeting The National Association of Credit Management (NACM) Mountain West Construction Group, a nonprofit organization, will hold an informational seminar on mechanics’ liens from 9 a.m to noon Thursday, Oct. 28. Harvey Hiber, a NACM legal consultant and sales representative, will present the seminar. NACM’s quarterly organizational meeting will follow from 12:30-2:30 p.m.Information or RSVP by Oct. 26: 947-9981Dr. Alfini moves to Grand JunctionDr. William Alfini has moved his chiropractic practice to Grand Junction, joining the Brady Chiropractic Group Inc. He transferred all patient records and X-rays to Dr. Gail Chapman-Hunt, 923 Cooper Ave., Suite 201, Glenwood Springs. Information: Alfini, (970) 242-8162, or Chapman-Hunt, 945-4014. WestStar hosts business after hoursWestStar Bank hosts the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association Business After Hours mixer from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at its new location, 1901 Grand Ave. Information: Raelyn, 945-6589.WestStar Bank hosts the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association Business After Hours mixer from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at its new location, 1901 Grand Ave. Information: Raelyn, 945-6589.
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