The Gym at the Hotel Colorado welcomes Steve Dingman (former Mr. Colorado) as a personal trainer and nutritional coach. Steve brings invaluable knowledge and experience of bodybuilding, exercise and nutritional coaching to the members of The Gym (and is available to nonmembers as well). You can see more about Steve’s story at http://www.physiquetransformation.com. Call The Gym at 945-5783 to schedule a consultation with Steve.
Red Hill Animal Health Center in Carbondale proudly welcomes Dr. Steven R. Smolen to its practice. Dr. Smolen was born in Kentucky and grew up in Pittsburgh, where he worked in his family’s AAHA certified veterinary hospital.
Dr. Smolen earned his B.S. from Bowling Green State University, his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University, and attended clinical rotations at both Oklahoma State and Cornell. Dr. Smolen comes to Red Hill from Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center where he practiced alongside many board certified specialists. Call Red Hill at 970-704-0403 to make an appointment with Dr. Smolen.
Roaring Fork Business Resource Center is pleased to announce the election of two new members to the organization’s board of directors: Clark Anderson and Jenna Weatherred.
Clark Anderson is the Colorado Program director for the Sonoran Institute, a nonprofit organization that works towards a vision of livable communities, healthy landscapes, and vibrant economies in the Intermountain West. For the past decade, Anderson’s work has focused on helping communities connect and align land use, transportation, housing, economic development, and resource management goals. Anderson has a degree in ecology from the University of Colorado and a master’s in geography from the University of California, Davis.
Jenna Weatherred is the publisher of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. With nearly 14 years of experience in the newspaper industry, Jenna brings valuable insight to the RFBRC board of directors in terms of media expertise. Prior to her role of publisher with the Post Independent, Weatherred served as the publisher of the Aspen Times for more than a decade. Weatherred is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
“Both Clark and Jenna are exemplary leaders in our community, and we couldn’t be more pleased that they’ve agreed to serve on the center’s board of directors,” said Randi Lowenthal, CEO. “In 2012, the center will be involved with some new and exciting projects, as well as our continued efforts in helping develop and cultivate local businesses. We believe that as we move the center forward, Clark and Jenna will bring tremendous value to board discussions and activities.”
Being proficient and educated is an ongoing process for Mitzi Kadrmas of Paradise Day Spa. Mitzi attended postgraduate education in Skin and Body Therapy at the International Dermas Institute in Denver. Skin analysis and modalities for advanced results were the topics of the two day event.
Mitzi believes “staying current and revisiting tried and true techniques are the foundation of delivering a truly customized skin treatment for our guests at Paradise Day Spa.”
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