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Theresa Cote recently has joined the Cutting Loose team. Theresa is a nail technician, caring for all your nail needs, including manicures, pedicures, silk wraps and acrylics. Call Theresa at 945-8652 for an appointment or see her at Cutting Loose in the Hotel Denver, 402 Seventh St. in Glenwood Springs.

Landscape architect Ann Mullins has joined the staff of the Aspen office of Design Workshop, an award-winning urban design, community planning and landscape architecture firm.Mullins is a registered landscape architect who has worked with some of the most renowned landscape architecture firms in the nation. In 2003, Mullins was elected a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) in recognition of her leadership in and contributions to the profession. Founded in 1969, Design Workshop practices sustainable design and planning. The firm has offices in Aspen, Denver, Santa Fe, N.M., Phoenix, Salt Lake City, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., and Asheville, N.C. For more information on the firm and its projects, please see http://www.designworkshop.com.

Schmueser Gordon Meyer (SGM), a 60-person engineering and surveying firm headquartered in Glenwood Springs, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of White River Surveying in Meeker. The purchase will allow SGM’s Meeker office to have an increased presence in Rio Blanco County.



Cindy Dobbin, owner of Springs Travel in Glenwood Springs, was one of the guest speakers June 15 at the Grand Valley Christian Women’s Connection luncheon in Battlement Mesa. The advantages of using a travel agency was the main focus of her presentation. Cindy also reminded future travelers that they must have a valid passport by the end of 2006 to travel to Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean.


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