Julie Dodo announces that she is no longer working at Floyd’s Of Mayberry Barber Shop in Carbondale. She will continue to work Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday at Creekside Salon and Day Spa located at 386 Main St. in New Castle, where she has been working for eight years. Julie can be reached at 984-3625 or 274-8022.
Learn how today’s marketing initiatives can help your business prosper. This class will focus on creating a strategic marketing plan and budget, as well as understanding the role public relations, social media and traditional advertising plays in providing key exposure for small businesses. The class, presented by Stephanie Keister, marketing manager for the Roaring Fork Business Resource Center, runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, at Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs Center, 1402 Blake Ave. Cost is $35 (CMC Course #: Bus-901-GW02). For information, call 945-5158.
Clearly CrossFit, started by lifelong local resident Barry Bovee in summer 2012, is a new CrossFit affiliate located at 2238 Mustang in Silt.
CrossFit is a supervised core strength and conditioning program that can be modified to each individual’s needs and levels of health and fitness. CrossFit helps people achieve competence in cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy, all of which are essential for quality of life whether a person is young or elderly. Unlike many other fitness programs, the general focus of CrossFit is on functional movement. Specialty classes and personal training sessions are also offered.
Call Barry at 970-618-3298 for a free assessment and introduction to one of the most well-rounded fitness programs available today.
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