The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association announced it has selected new officers and board members for the 2008-09 year, including the selection of Don Gerbaz, Glenwood Springs, as secretary; Steve Nilsson, also of Glenwood Springs, continues his term on the board of directors; and Jeff Carlson, Glenwood Springs, serves as Colorado director for the National Automobile Dealers Association.
Gerbaz owns Berthod Motors; Carlson owns Glenwood Springs Ford and Glenwood Springs Chrysler Dodge; and Nilsson is a partner in both dealerships.
David K. Danciger of Carbondale owns two bulls listed in the 2008 Fall Sire Evaluation Report published by the American Angus Association in Saint Joseph, Mo. Issued in both the spring and fall, the new report features the latest performance information available on 6,670 sires, and is currently accessible at http://www.angussiresearch.com.
Sweet Notes owners Brenda Knutson and Tonya Uren are excited to offer a variety of boxed and custom stationery, invitations and announcements as well as beautiful handmade papers, eco-friendly journals and unique thank-you notes. Enjoy a delightful selection of chocolate truffles and fun gift items. Kids will like sketch books, doodle pads and scented pencils. Watch for fun back-to-school supplies. Think of Sweet Notes when looking for special wrapping supplies, party goods and singing gift bags.
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.
New Castle Family Fitness is proud to announce the addition of Alfonso Alfini to its personal training team. Alfonso has a bachelor of arts in human performance and wellness from Mesa State College. He is also a certified expert in speed and explosion, strength and conditioning and is a NSCA-certified personal trainer.
Alfonso has recently returned from a fitness conference in Las Vegas with new insight on weight loss and aerobic exertion. Call New Castle Family Fitness at 984-3200 to schedule a training appointment with Alfonso today.
This July, the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool celebrates its 120th birthday. To continue the legacy, Glenwood Hot Springs will be opening its new full service spa, the Spa of the Rockies, which will be located in the original elegant sandstone bathhouse and serving guests in September 2008.
“The Spa of the Rockies is a new element that fits so well into our theme of relaxation and health here,” says Barbara Clarke, director of sales and marketing. “The spa construction maintains the historic integrity of the site, with very modern comforts. The legacy of wellness and the sense of place are central to its concept. For example, we’ll have local and regional natural spa products that will be used in treatments.”
“Over 100 years ago, the Glenwood Hot Springs was known for sunken Roman tubs in the old stone bathhouse and served a clientele that had the means and desire to experience a unique Rocky Mountain spa and vacation,” says Hank Bosco, Glenwood Hot Springs president. “Some things have changed. The Glenwood Hot Springs are an accessible, affordable and fun place for the thousands of people who visit each year. But other things have stayed the same. The allure of the relaxing pace and setting that have been enjoyed for over a century largely remains unchanged.”
The multi-million dollar Spa of the Rockies will feature nine treatment rooms including one specialized hydrotherapy treatment room for Vichy shower treatments. Five private, claw-foot hydrotherapy tubs will be used for mineral baths and herbal soaks. Other treatments will include massage; facials; body polishes, masks and wraps; manicures and pedicures; as well as body waxing and make-up application. The Spa of the Rockies will be sophisticated, yet warm and welcoming.
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