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Starting April 8, Dragonfly Dreams Day Spa will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; and from noon to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Later appointments are available. Call 876-0880 for information. Dragonfly Dreams Day Spa is located across from the Silt Post Office.

The HERA Womens Cancer Foundation announces that Womens Adventure Magazine will be its National Womens media sponsor. The magazine will help the nonprofit spread awareness of ovarian cancers symptoms, and call attention to fundraising events by donating advertising space and website promotions to HERA.

New Castle Creekside Salon now has professional psychic readings by Brian Brown, with more than 20 years experience, available Saturdays and by appointment.Call 984-3625 or 987-1966.



No two eyes are alike and neither should be your vision correction. Launching nationwide, now available in Glenwood Springs at Spivack Western Slope LASIK Center, the iLASIK procedure is the first vision correction procedure designed to be 100 percent custom-fit. The iLASIK procedure addresses the uniqueness of your two eyes, designed to deliver the exact correction to allow for 20/20 or better vision.More than a decade since FDA approval, LASIK remains not only the most common, but also the most clinically studied elective surgical procedure to date. The doctors and staff at Western Slope LASIK Center and 20/20 EyeCare are committed to being leaders in this emerging and exciting technology, offering multiple treatment options in addition to LASIK. For more information on LASIK procedure, or to schedule a free evaluation, call 928-9752.

Stylist Kacy DiMarco and stylist/aesthetician China Catt have joined the Shear Happenings staff. Walk-ins are welcome, or call 963-9689 to schedule and appointment.



Tonya Nieslanik has been named Februarys top salesperson for Vicki Lee Green Realtors. She has been selling real estate in Garfield County since 1997.

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

Vision Land Consultants is pleased to announce its expansion of services to include a branch office in Rifle and the acquisition of G&H Consulting Engineers in Granby. Mr. Randy Hergenrether will be relocating to the Rifle Office as branch manager. Vision Land Consultants has been providing quality civil engineering and construction management for 10 years in the Rocky Mountain region and surrounding states. Vision Land Consultants is excited about this development and the opportunities that it can offer to its clients and staff. Vision Land Consultants is committed to providing the best services and solutions to its clients. To learn more about Vision Land Consultants visit the website at http://www.visionlandconsultants.com.

Russell Disberger and his company, Aspen Business Group, have joined Leadership Management Inc. and Morrell & Associates to offer executive leadership workshops beginning April 1. The program specializes in helping individuals to improve their ability to plan, organize and make use of their day more effectively. The Effective Personal Productivity program is designed for those with existing management responsibilities, from first-line managers to senior directors, who also want to develop as individuals, achieve goals and enjoy greater success. The workshops will be offered from 2-4:30 p.m. every Tuesday from April 1 to May 13 in the Rose Room at U.S. Bank in Glenwood Springs.For more information about Aspen Business Groups executive leadership and management training programs, visit the website at http://www.aspenbusinessgroup.com or call 984-0876.


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