ACCESS Roaring Fork will be offering “SecondShift” after school classes at all Garfield County middle schools. The programs start the week of Feb. 11, with the exception of Glenwood Springs Middle School, which starts Feb. 19. Classes are enriching, supportive, fun and affordable. If you haven’t received your registration form, please visit http://www.accessrf.org and click on “Programs,” or pick up a form at your local middle school. For more information contact ACCESS at 970-963-4402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For anyone suffering from neck or shoulder pain, Karen Church is giving a multi-media presentation on the simple anatomy of common injuries and effective strategies that heal. Her digital images enhance visual learning and inspiration for optimal health. The presentation is 4-5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the Hotel Denver, Cooper Room. Cost is $10. RSVP to Karen Church at email@example.com, 945-6971 or 710 Cooper Ave. #100, Glenwood Springs.
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