Jack Pretti is pleased to announce his newest broker associate at the Rifle office, Joyce Moulton. Joyce was inducted into the Glenwood Springs Board of Realtors Oct. 11, and is currently focusing her real estate efforts in the Rifle, Silt and New Castle areas.
Laura Van Dyne has been elected secretary to the Executive Board of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT). The organization is a voice for pet dog trainers offering a unique opportunity for professional networking and sharing of ideas. Laura does business as The Canine Consultant LLC in Carbondale, and is the Delta Pet Partners Evaluator for Heeling Partners of the Roaring Fork Valley. She is also a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator for the American Kennel Club.
Amazing Jewelry is now open at 1417 Airport Road, across the road from the Rifle Wal-Mart.The store features a line of sterling silver and 14K gold jewelry, men’s rings up to size 20, turquoise Indian jewelry, Indian pottery and rugs, leather goods, freshwater pearls, multi-colored sun spinners and a huge selection of body jewelry. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Sunday, with extended Christmas hours. Call 625-0226 for more information.
Paradise Day Spa has added LED Light Therapy and Ultra-Sound Therapy for skin rejuvenation to its already extensive menu of services. Ultra-Sound Therapy deep cleanses, exfoliates and allows a deeper penetration of beneficial serums into the skin with no irritation. LED Light Therapy has been used in the medical profession and is effective in treating acne, age spots, skin redness including rosacea, fine lines and wrinkles due to sun damage, enlarged pores, scarring, coarse skin and skin laxity. This therapy increases radiance, firms skin and increases moisture retention. Please call Paradise Day Spa at 928-9782 for a free consultation or appointment.
Judy Banks is the newest member of Prestigious Property Management. She specializes in residential real estate and has access to all properties ranging from Aspen to Grand Junction.
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