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Local Edward Jones associates Vivian Surin and Tami Stroud were chosen for client service excellence awards.

Vivian will be traveling to St. Louis for a three-day managing partners conference including activities such as meeting Jim Weddle, Edward Jones managing partner, dinner at the Arches, a game at Anheuser Busch stadium and other various leisure activities.

The local Edward Jones office is located at 1324 Grand Ave. in Glenwood Springs.

Edward Jones provides financial services for individual investors in the United States and, through its affiliates, in Canada and the United Kingdom.

To contact the local affiliate, call 928-0500.

Kristi Kavanaugh-Bradley has been hired as the new group sales director for The Snowmass Village Marketing, Special Events, and Group Sales Department of the town of Snowmass Village.

Kavanaugh-Bradley comes to Snowmass from the St. Regis Aspen, and she has spent 14 years in the valley. During her time with the St. Regis, Kavanaugh-Bradley was named 2007 Sales Leader of the Year for all Starwood hotels in North America and named 2004 Sales Performer of the Year for Starwood as well.

Kristi Kavanaugh-Bradley, also known by her nickname K2, can be reached at (970) 923-2000, ext. 110, or at

The Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs and the WIN Health Institute of Basalt are pleased to announce Rachel Carey MPT has joined the WIN organization.

Rachel Carey has been practicing physical therapy for the past six years. She graduated from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 2002 with a master’s degree in physical therapy. Rachel is ACLS-certified and has had experience in cardiac rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation and wound care. Rachel is also trained in functional capacity evaluation, which is used for pre- and post-screening evaluations of auto accident and workman’s compensation cases.

If you have questions or want to make an appointment, please contact the Valley Wellness Center at 947-1701, or stop by the office at 1517 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs.

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