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Deb Korbel, of Paradise Day Spa, recently attended the Peels Springs Fashion release in Westminster. She learned about all the new trends in hair, skin and nails for the upcoming season. Paradise Day Spa is also now using a color processor, which will help hair hold color longer.Information: 928-9782

Mytt Anderson was Bray & Co. Real Estates top listing agent for both the month of March and the first quarter of 2004. Anderson specializes in residential and investment real estate.Klaus Schattleitner was the companys top closing agent for the month of March. He specializes in residential and commercial real estate, as well as business opportunities.

Sopris Surfers has redesigned and expanded its Web site, better serve clients in the Roaring Fork Valley, two new Web sites have been developed, and will have local information, weather, news, movie schedules, ski and river conditions, and a new business will contain valuable technical support information, broadband services, and Web hosting products available from Sopris Surfers.

KaleideScoops Ice Cream has opened in Glenwood Springs. KaleideScoops offers sherbets, smoothies, ice cream cakes, and pies. The Garing family has owned an ice cream parlor at 1105 Grand Avenue since 1987 and is excited about the change to KaleideScoops.

Title Company of the Rockies acquired Continental Divide Title Co. March 31. Continental Divide Title Co. will maintain offices in Dillon, Frisco, and Breckenridge.We are very excited about the acquisitions and for the long-term advantages for both companies, said Bob Howe, recently installed president of Title Company of the Rockies. Title Company of the Rockies, Inc, is an independent Colorado-based regional title agency with offices in Aspen, Eagle and Summit counties, Carbondale, Rifle, Winter Park, and Greeley

Wendy Harrison was the top real estate seller for Mason & Morse in Glenwood Springs in March. The top listor was Bill Blanton and top listor for dollar amount was Nancy Carlson.For the first quarter, Harrison again had the most sales, and had the most listings in number and dollar amount. There was a four-way tie for placing properties under contract between Wendy Harrison, Rue Balcomb, Bill Blanton and Shannon Kyle.

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