Three members of Heeling Partners have successfully completed Delta Society evaluations, and are now able to work with students in the Paws to Read program and visit patients in the Angels with Paws program at Valley View Hospital. Heeling Partners operates under the umbrella of the Delta Society and teams must be evaluated prior to volunteering.
Judy Barnhill Davis and Molly live in Glenwood Springs. Molly is Judy’s service dog and warns/signals her of an impending medical problem. Molly is a 7.5-year-old female Maltese/ShihTsu and is described by Judy as being able to sense when a person is hurting and responds to that person. Judy and Molly will be active in making hospital visits.
Jenny Daly and 5-year-old female Golden Retriever Maggie live in Glenwood Springs. Jenny is a former elementary school teacher who now runs an international nutritional business. Jenny and Maggie would like to volunteer at Valley View Hospital and Glenwood Elementary School.
Molly Gerbaz and 3-year-old female Golden Retriever Sky live in Carbondale. Sky is also one of Maggie’s (see above) pups. Molly wants to do something in the community that she feels is important, loves dogs and knows what a difference they can make to people.
Jenny Schaiberger’s father, John A. Sells, has written a book titled “Stagecoaches Across the American West 1850-1920,” with Hancock House Publishers. It givers readers an accurate and comprehensive look at at this exciting era in American history.
The book is available at Through the Looking Glass bookstore in downtown Glenwood Springs.
Long-time local Mariane Maynard and Indiana native Kristie Cummings have launched their new wedding and portrait photography business, Dragonfly Studio, a mobile photography business which comes to clients needing portraits taken. In celebration of the grand opening, Dragonfly Studio will give 10 percent off to any first-time customer.
The business owners aim for affordable prices in a sometimes unaffordable community. Check out http://www.dragonflyphotostudio.net.
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