‘How to Start a Business’Colorado Mountain College will hold a “How to Start a Business” seminar from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Nov. 16, at the CMC Center, 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs. The workshop provides an overview of the basics that all entrepreneurs need to know in setting up their business, including trade name registration, licenses and permits, legal entity selection and the elements of business planning. New employees at Neil-Garing InsuranceTerri Hegland and Tammy Fisher are both new account representatives in Neil-Garing’s employee benefits department. Hegland has been a licensed insurance agent for eight years, she has been a resident of the valley for 20 years. She is married to Jon Hegland and volunteers on the board of the Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey Association. Fisher is also a long-ime Valley resident and is married to Robert. Angela Urban is the a new receptionist at Neil-Garing. She holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Fort Hays State University in Kansas. Urban and her husband, Perry, enjoy their Silt Mesa ranch with their cattle, horses and goats. Silt A-Team has new members The Silt Chamber of Commerce A-Team would like to welcome its new members – Jean Walter of Jean Walter Real Estate, Cinda Munro of Tastefully Simple, Suki Self of American Canopy, Cheryl Chandler Re/Max Grand Valley.The Silt Chamber of Commerce A-Team would like to welcome its new members – Jean Walter of Jean Walter Real Estate, Cinda Munro of Tastefully Simple, Suki Self of American Canopy, Cheryl Chandler Re/Max Grand Valley.
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