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Floral Boutique open houseThe Floral Boutique in Carbondale will hold an open house from 10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1. Information: 963-0866Schwab fully licensedagency producerFarmers Insurance and the Allee Agency Inc., 1512 Grand Ave., congratulate Charity Schwab, a longtime customer service representative. Schwab has been an outstanding performer in the agency and has become a fully licensed agency producer. She sells home, auto, life and health insurance. Glenwood Chamberwelcomes new membersEstate Financial Services, 25 Pine Tree Plaza in Battlement Mesa, provides custom mortgage solutions designed to its clients’ mortgage needs. Information: 285-5644, mstott@estatefinancialservices.comBeta Health Association Inc., 607-281/4 Road, Suite 124, in Grand Junction, offers both individual and group dental plans. Select any dentist, or select from any participating member dentist at no cost to the employer. Information: 683-5224, anitapollock@yahoo.comFell Real Estate, 716 Grand Ave., is a full-service real estate company serving the Roaring Fork and Colorado River valleys, dealing in residential, land and commercial properties. Information: 945-7300, Defiance Community Players produces a musical stage show in the fall and other plays throughout the year. The group’s goal is to give children and adults the opportunity to participate both on and off stage. Information: 945-3074, Beth Albert joinsTOSV marketing team The Snowmass Village marketing department announces that Beth Albert has accepted the new position of marketing communications manager. Beth comes to the position from KSNO, where she increased sales fivefold in less than three years. New Faces at Community CenterEmily Fifer recently joined the Community Center as the recreation coordinator. Previously, Fifer worked for Mikhail Baryshnikov in Philadelphia. Kristi Brewer also joins the center as the new aquatics coordinator. X-Drop grand openingin Glenwood SpringsX-Drop, America’s favorite up and coming eBay drop off store, opened its first Colorado location in Glenwood Springs the first week of November. X-Drop allows customers to drop items at the store, then X-drop sells them on eBay.Information: Visit 910 Grand Ave, or call 945-2575. New Carbondale Chamber membersAspen Earthmoving LLC, P.O. Box 1090, Carbondale, is an expert in residential and commercial excavating. The company has been in the valley since 1984. Information: 963-0377, skinney@aspenearthmoving.comC’Dale LLC, P.O. Box 1911, owns and operates Carbondale Industrial Park. The company has warehouse space, construction yard, truck parking and more. Information: 963-0416Designer Consignor, 180 Fiou Lane No. 103 in Basalt, has helped people sell fine furnishings and home accessories at top dollar since 1998. Information: 927-9999, shopping@designerconsignor.comThe Floral Boutique, 453 Main St. in Carbondale, is under new ownership and offers flowers and gifts. Information: 963-0866, Retreat, P.O. Box 176, Carbondale, has helped bring healing and restoration of hope to more than 2,750 vocational Christian ministers since 1974. Information: 963-2499,, http://www.marbleretreat.orgPacifiCare; 6455 South Yosemite Street, Suite 206, Greenwood Village, CO 80111, is the insurance carrier for Roaring Fork Valley Community Health Plan. Information: (303) 714-3432, Print Works Inc., 1605 Grand Avenue, Unit D in Glenwood Springs, is family-owned and -operated and specializes in customer service, printing, copying, legal copying, and more. Information: 945-0402,, Co., 201 Main St., Suite 202 in Carbondale, develops small, private, luxury resort properties and private residence clubs. Information: 963-4626,, Gilder Insurance Corp.; 700 Broadway, Suite 1000, Denver, CO 80203; is the development consultant and general agent for Roaring Fork Valley Community Health Plan. Information: (303) 837-8500,

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