Nominate the Carbondale Chamber Business of the Year. The spirit of the award is to recognize the business that has a history of outstanding practices in the Carbondale community and to honor entrepreneurship, productivity, sustainability and effort. The business must be a Carbondale Chamber member in good standing. The award will be presented at the Annual Business Conference on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Carbondale Rural & Fire Protection Training Center.Call the Carbondale Chamber at 963-1890 to receive a nomination form.
Rob and Mary Grady have joined The Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs and the WIN Health Institute of Basalt. Rob graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis. Robs massage training includes relaxation massage, rehabilitative massage and sports event massage. He is also a transformational life coach and hypnotherapist. Mary is also a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University. She is a licensed acupuncturist, and is certified in constitutional facial renewal acupuncture, transformational life coaching, hypnotherapy, meditation instruction and energy work.Rob and Mary are offering introductory discounts for your first appointment for the month of September. For your driving convenience, they will be keeping office hours at both the Glenwood Springs and Basalt offices. To take advantage of this one-time discount offer, make an appointment by calling the Valley Wellness Center office at 947-1701, or stop by the office at 1517 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs.For more information, visit the Valley Wellness Center website at http://www.drdavedc.com, or view the WIN Health Institutes website at http://www.WINHealthInstitute.com or contact Jasin Logan at (970) 384-8484.
Eric Gardey has been promoted to controller at Alpine Bank in Glenwood Springs. He is originally from Michigan. He attained a bachelor of arts from Alma College, MBA from Indiana University, and is a graduate of Graduate School of Banking Wisconsin. Starting with Alpine Bank in 1988 as a management trainee, Eric is a natural in the financial services industry growing up with banking in his blood. His father is a retired banker and his sister, wife, father-in-law and stepdaughter are all banking professionals, too.
Carolyn Williams, of Colorado Educational Consulting in Carbondale, has been accepted into the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA). The IECA is the premier professional membership association for college counselors and educational consultants in the United States. For additional information, visit the IECA website at http://www.IECAonline.com or http://www.coloradoeducationalconsulting.com, or Carolyn Williams (970) 274-6298.
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