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Laura Ensey has been named the new lodge manager of the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge effective Aug. 25. Ensey has relocated to Colorado from California, where she was instrumental as the operations manager at Larkspur Hotels & Restaurants in Pleasanton. The Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge manager maintains fiscal responsibility for the 107-room property, hiring and training staff that will preserve exemplary guest service for the international clientele visiting this destination.

Geneva Farr is the new district manager/independent consultant for Arbonne International, a skin care, health and wellness company, which includes personal care, color, nutrition and weight loss products. For more information please contact Geneva Farr, Western Slope/Independent Consultant at (970) 309-3088.

The Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs congratulates therapist Daniel Gross, who has been with the Valley Wellness Center organization for 12 years.Danny joined Dr. David Jensen in September 1996 and became the first therapist to be employed in the practice. Danny has seen the organization grow from its origins as a small two-person shop, into the current overall WIN Health Institute organization, with almost 100 practitioners. Danny practices at the Glenwood Springs office, as well as in Basalt at the new WIN Health Institute facility. Starting Sept. 1, he is offering a 25 percent discount off the regularly-listed price on all massage services. This offer is specific to the Glenwood Springs office. 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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