Hairstylist movesfrom mall to Creekside Julie Dodo, formerly of Cost Cutters in the Glenwood Springs Mall, has joined Creekside Salon in New Castle.Julie has been a hairstylist in the valley for 18 years. She went to high school with several Creekside employees and has worked with others at various times. Creekside Salon offers a wide range of professional services in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. Julie will be available Wednesdays through Saturdays. Call 984-3625 for an appointment or just stop by. Hot Springs sport shophonors two employeesTwo Hot Springs Lodge and Pool employees have been recognized as employee of the month for November and December. Janet Rickert has been with the Sport Shop since March 2001 and was selected in November because of her expertise in merchandising and extraordinary customer service skills. Anna Mae Williams was the December Employee of the Month because of her loyal repeat customer following. CMC business workshopsThe Small Business Development Center at Colorado Mountain College, which assists start-up and existing business owners, will offer the following workshops to the public: “Leading Edge Business Planning,” “How to Start a Business,” “Funding Sources For Your Business,” “Smart Marketing for Small Businesses” and “How to Buy and Sell on eBay.” Reservations requested; call (800) 621-8559, ext. 8522. Western Rockies Federal Credit Union gives promotionsPaul B. Denning, president and CEO of Western Rockies Federal Credit Union, has announced the promotion of Tami L. Sours to regional vice president and Jennifer Robinson to manager of the Rifle branch. Sours managed Burning Mountain Credit Union in Rifle before it merged with Western Rockies Federal Credit Union on July 1. She is a member of the Western Colorado Credit Union Chapter and a graduate of the Credit Union National Administration Financial Management and CUNA Western Management schools.Jennifer Robinson has been with the credit union for seven years and served as a loan officer prior to her promotion. Robinson is a graduate of the CUNA Lending School.Western Rockies Federal Credit Union serves more than 12,000 credit union members, has $70.5 million in assets, and locations in Grand Junction, Clifton and Rifle. Western Rockies Federal Credit Union serves more than 12,000 credit union members, has $70.5 million in assets, and locations in Grand Junction, Clifton and Rifle.
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Policy that dictates what for-profit activities should be officially sanctioned within Glenwood Springs parks is being reviewed by city staff and will likely come before the city council for final approval later this summer.