American National Bank and the Sturm Family Foundation have joined forces to expand the minds of students in the Roaring Fork Valley with a $5,000 donation to Computers for Kids (C4K).The C4K program invites students needing a home computer to come to the C4K facility for hands-on work sessions. During these work sessions, students are mentored by trained student technicians. The $5,000 donation will help send up to 20 students through computer camp.
Debbie Wyckoff, a registered representative of H.D. Vest Investment Services, has earned the certified financial planner designation.The CFP marks identify those individuals who have met rigorous education, examination, experience and ethical requirements of the CFP Board. The CFP Board is a nonprofit professional regulatory organization founded in 1985 to benefit the public by fostering professional standards in personal financial planning.Wyckoff is also licensed as an enrolled agent offering income tax preparation services through her local H & R Block franchise. She holds a Series 7 securities license and a Colorado Life Insurance license. She joined H.D. Vest in 2005. To contact her, call 945-5631.
Laura Van Dyne, certified pet dog trainer, recently attended the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) 13th annual Educational Conference and Trade Show in Kansas City, Mo.Laura does business as The Canine Consultant LLC in Carbondale and is involved with Heeling Partners of the Roaring Fork Valley, is a Delta T Pet Partners Evaluator and an American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizenship Evaluator.
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