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Robin Bennett has earned the top salesperson for September from Vicki Lee Green Realtors. Robin has been a consistent top producer in Garfield County since 2000.

Curt Marsden has been named top listing agent for September from Vicki Lee Green Realtors. He has been selling real estate in Garfield County since 1989.

Local businessman Jerry Pradier recently graduated from core mediation skills training and the specialized mediation practice lab to add mediation services to his business support skills. The Institute for Advanced Dispute Resolution in Boulder, an international mediation training organization, awarded this certification.

Through Progressive Business Development Network (PBDN), Pradier advises and mentors businesses across western Colorado. He recently added personal and professional coaching to the services of PBDN and sees mediation services as an extension of providing effective business.

Anyone interested in receiving a no-cost business analysis or in taking advantage of PBDN’s personal or professional coaching and mediation may contact Jerry Pradier at 404-1389 or

Kate Dethloff is the newest personal trainer for New Castle Family Fitness. Kate hails from Denver but graduated from the University of South Dakota with a double major in biology and chemistry as well as a BSED in secondary education. She worked her way through college personal training and instructing group exercise. To meet Kate, call New Castle Family Fitness at 984-3200 today.

New Castle Family Fitness is proud to announce the addition of its newest trainer. Georgia Macdonnell has a background in competitive bodybuilding and has appeared on ESPN 2 in competition. She has earned a first-degree black belt in tae kwon do and has been working towards her personal training certification for the past year. To schedule an appointment with Georgia call New Castle Family Fitness at 984-3200.

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