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Dennis G. Fox, CPA, relocates Certified public accountant Dennis G. Fox has moved to the first floor of the Van Rand Professional Building (south of True Value and behind Glenwood Insurance). Kim Gauthier, Barbara Patterson and Fox provide a variety of accounting services, with emphasis on income tax preparation and planning, bookkeeping, and estate planning. New clients are welcome. Contact: 945-8299. Women’s financial planning seminarInvestment representative Debra Drew will present “Smart Women Finish Rich” from 9 a.m. noon Saturday in the Taft Room of the Hotel Colorado. Admission is free. Reservations: China, 928-0585.The motivational seminar helps to empower women to plan for financial security and seek their dreams. Van Kampen Investments Inc. developed the seminar on an exclusive basis with David Bach, author of the best-seller “Smart Women Finish Rich.”Professional Auto now on direct repair programUnitrin Insurance’s has added Professional Auto Body & Frame, opposite of the Sopris Restaurant in south Glenwood Springs, to its direct repair program . Customer convenience is the benefit of using this program. The vehicle owner no longer has to get two or three estimates, wait for the insurance company approval and check. Professional Auto Body can prepare an estimate, e-mail the estimate with photos of the damage, and repair the vehicle for auto claims with Unitrin. When the vehicle is complete, Unitrin will be billed directly. Other than any deductibles, no money comes out of the customer’s pocket.Contact Professional Auto Body at 945-2249.Silt Area chamber deadline Feb. 28The Silt Area Chamber of Commerce urges all members to sign up for the 2005 year no later than Feb. 28. The Chamber’s application is available at, or by calling Kathie Currie at 876-1999.

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