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Sean McKenna, a mortgage loan originator with Glenwood Springs Alpine Bank for the last nine years, has relocated his office to the New Castle Alpine Bank location at 810 Castle Valley Blvd. Sean provides an array of residential mortgage services. He can be reached at 384-3209 or at SeanMcKenna@

Hollis Kelley, the Edward Jones investment representative in Glenwood Springs, has accepted an invitation to increase his limited partnership holdings in The Jones Financial Cos., the holding company for the St. Louis-based financial services firm.Edward Jones provides financial services for individual investors in the United States and, through its affiliates, in Canada and the United Kingdom. Tami Stroud, the Edward Jones senior branch office administrator in Glenwood Springs, has accepted a limited partnership offering in The Jones Financial Cos. Stroud, a native of Greeley, joined Edward Jones in 2001. Contact either Kelley or Stroud at 928-0500.

Vicki Lee Green Realtors congratulates Bonnie Daniels for being the top sales person for December with the top dollar volume in sales.Vicki Lee Green Realtors also congratulates Michelle James for being the top listing agent for December with the highest number of new listings.

The Valley Wellness Centers of Glenwood and Basalt are pleased to announce Chris B. Caldwell, certified gyrotonic instructor, has joined the group. Chris will bring his compassion, focus, determination and strength to each Valley Wellness patient. Chris is also a tai chi instructor who conducts specialized tai chi classes, and uses this discipline to supplement his gyrotonic treatments. Chris has office hours at the Valley Wellness Center at 1517 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs, and at the Valley Wellness Centers’ Movement & Performance Studio, 24505 Highway 82, in Basalt. Call 945-1701 to arrange an appointment.

Piccadilly Circus Pizza corporate offices have awarded MLT Holdings, Cowen Center Convenience Store and The Basalt Store, the “Star Award” for their top performance and dedication to quality and service.

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