The wave feature at the Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park has been completed, and work will now begin on the picnic area and parking.
A $20,000 donation from Alpine Bank was provided through the Environment Loyalty Check Card. Each time customers use their Environment card, Alpine Bank donates 10 cents to help local groups restore, preserve and protect the ecosystems that are important to our daily lives.
Alpine Bank would like to congratulate Jason Fletcher on his recent graduation from the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
The Graduate School of Banking is an American Bankers Association program held at various campuses nationwide.
Jason has been with Alpine Bank for eight years, starting out as a teller at the Vail location. He is currently vice president and manager of the Battlement Mesa location. Jason is married to fellow Alpine Banker Karrie Fletcher and has two children.
The Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs and the WIN Health Institute of Basalt announce that Errik Enewold, DC, will be offering expanded Saturday hours at the Glenwood Springs Wellness Center.
Enewold is a graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and obtained his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northeastern Junior College, the University of Northern Colorado-Greeley (bachelor’s) and the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse (masters). He received his doctor of chiropractic degree at Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Ore.
In addition to having Saturday and weekday hours at the Glenwood office, Enewold has office hours at the new WIN Health Institute offices in Basalt. To make an appointment, call the Valley Wellness Center office at 947-1701, or stop by the office at 1517 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs.
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