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Rocky Mountain Liquors will be hosting the fifth annual Wine Tasting Benefit for Friends of the Rifle Animal Shelter from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, at the Rifle Creek Golf Course. The event will include wines, beers, appetizers and silent and live auctions. Tickets are available at Karen Lucas CPA at 625-5199, or Rocky Mountain Liquors at 625-0113.

This event is being sponsored by American National Bank.

The Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs is pleased to announce the availability of the WIN Health Card.



The WIN Health Card is Dr. Dave Jensen’s response to the current health insurance crisis.

The WIN Health Card is available at both the Glenwood Springs and Basalt offices, and will give the holder no-questions-asked discounts on most services offered by the WIN Health Institute companies.



If you have questions, or want to take advantage of this service, please contact the Valley Wellness Center at 947-1701, or stop by the office at 1517 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs.

True Media Foundation has received Telly Awards for videos for local clients, including Feed My Sheep Ministry, Ziska Childs Design and Aspen Hall of Fame.

In the Blink of an Eye is an inspirational look at how Feed My Sheep Ministry, a Glenwood Springs nonprofit founded by Karolyn Spencer, provides food and shelter for the homeless. The informational and fundraising video focuses on how easily people can suddenly lose their homes and possessions.

Color Theory for Light and Paint is a presentation by local set designer Ziska Childs, illustrating the relationship between light and paint in a stage design setting. Graphics created by True Media’s Matt Hays enhance the educational experience aimed at set designers and artists alike.

Aspen Hall of Fame 2008 Inductees is True Media Foundation’s second consecutive Telly Award for video profiles of annual AHOF honorees. The 2008 video features the life stories of Mary Eshbaugh Hayes and David and Sigrid Stapleton, who became the most recent members of an elite group of influential citizens celebrated for helping to shape the town of Aspen.


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