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Your CPA and the IRSYou, Your CPA and the IRS will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at the New Castle Community Center. The cost for this workshop is $10. To register, please contact the Small Business Development Center at 384-8523 from 8 a.m.-noon, Monday through Friday. The sponsors for the workshop are the Small Business Development Center at CMC, Envision New Castle, the Mountain States Better Business Bureau, New Castle Chamber, Numbers to Go and Bill Hofto, CPA.Mason & Morse top sellersMason & Morse Real Estate in Carbondale recognized its top producers for the month of December. Carol Pucak, Gabriella Sutro and Jerome Sarge Whalen, all broker associates, were awarded top number of new listings while Carol Pucak, broker associate, received top dollar volume of new listings. Shari Nova and Jim Cardamone, broker associates, were awarded top number of sales while Patty Brendlinger, broker associate, received top dollar volume of sales for the month of December.Alpine Bank announces promotionsSeveral Alpine Bank employees recently received promotions. Scott Parr of Consumer Loans is now vice president. Parr started with Alpine Bank in June of 2000, and enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. Pat Richardson, who began with Alpine Bank in 1992, was promoted from Risk Management to assistant vice president. Kristi Shelton of Training, an Alpine Bank veteran since 1990, has moved to vice president. She was raised in Glenwood Springs, graduated from Glenwood Springs High School, and graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College with a double major in management information systems and political science. Rick Smidt of Alpine Trust and Asset Management has now become assistant vice president. Smidt, relationship manager for the Colorado River Region, is an accomplished financial advisor with extensive experience serving both individual and institutional investors for the past 14 years. Wolf joins Whitmans CPA firmMarc L. Whitman, CPA, is pleased to announce that Janet Wolf, CPA, has joined his firm. The firm provides tax return and financial statement preparation, tax planning, bookkeeping and payroll services, and small business consulting. Wolf is now available for appointments. Offices are located in the Springs Center, next to the Ramada Inn, at 118 W. 6th St., Suite 25, in Glenwood Springs. Information: 945-6355, fax 945-6520 or e-mail jwolfcpa@comcast.net.Snowmobile adventurepackage promotedThe Hot Springs Lodge & Pool is hoping to draw snowmobile enthusiasts with a new adventure package. Guests can take part in a two-hour guided snowmobile trip through the White River National Forest, with lodging accommodations and unlimited admission to the Hot Springs Pool, plus continental breakfast. Rates start at $319 based on double occupancy, depending on the size and location of the room. Additional fees apply for each extra person. This package is available Jan. 1 through March 12. Call 1-800-537-7946 for more details.Active Health and Wellnessopens its doorsThe public is invited to celebrate the opening of Active Health and Wellness and meet Dr. Steve Peltzman. The event will take place from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at 1101 Village Road, Carbondale. Refreshments will be served.Top sellers at Vicki Lee Green RealtorsVicki Lee Green Realtors is proud to announce Judy Gillespie as salesperson of the month of December with top volume.Bonnie Daniels was listing agent of the month for December.


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