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Aspen Dance Connection, Fran Page, 1900 Willits Lane #17A, Basalt; 927-0641; fax 927-9033; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.aspendanceconnection.com. Presenting original and world dance since 1978, serving as a dance resource.Aspen Land & Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, Shannon Kyle, 9929 Highway 82, Carbondale; 963-4536; fax 963-4537; email@example.com; http://www.aspenlandandhomes.com. Artfully uniting extraordinary properties with extraordinary lives. Experienced agents, global exposure, well-established relationships.Aspen Winter Driving, Grady Olson, P.O. Box 338, Carbondale; 922-2227; fax 704-0636; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.aspenwinterdriving.com. Teaching winter driving skills. Special high school program available. Blue Creek Grill, Chris Sapp, 68 El Jebel Rd., Carbondale; 963-3946; fax 963-7266. Chef-owned neighborhood restaurant serving fine food and drinks since 1994. Best restaurant in El Jebel/Basalt – 2005 Locals Choice Award. Book Bistro, Nancy Chromy, 410 Redstone Blvd., Redstone; 963-1691; fax 963-0843; email@example.com. New best sellers, Harmony Scott jewelry. Local original art, monthly author events, organic coffee and tea. Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Carbondale Car Care, Jim Wheeler, 1100 Highway 133, Carbondale; 963-2032, fax 963-9743; firstname.lastname@example.org. Hometown station. Auto repair, tires, alignment, gas 24 hours/7 days w/credit card (ASE). Children’s Rocky Mountain School, Debbie Condello, 1493 County Rd. 106, Carbondale; 963-2524; email@example.com; http://www.crmspreschool.org. A private nonprofit early childhood program. Claddaugh Irish Pub, Mary Donnelly, 1374 Main St., Carbondale; 704-0923; firstname.lastname@example.org. Irish beer on tap. Lunch and dinner Specials. Open everyday 10:30 a.m. to midnight.Dex Media, Matt Kremer, 198 Inverness Dr. West, Englewood, CO 80112; 303 784-2608; email@example.com; http://www.dexonline.com. Exclusive publisher of the official White and Yellow Pages directories in print, Internet and CD-ROM formats for Qwest Communications International Inc. Eco-Goddess Green Living Consulting, Lisa Ruoff, P.O. Box 3081, 1831 County Rd. 114, Glenwood Springs; 888 326-4337; goddess@eco-goddess; http://www.eco-goddess.com. Specializing in sustainable interior decorating, eco-friendly product information and hourly consulting. Epicurious Fine Foods, Chris Norvell, 400 East Valley Rd. #H, Carbondale; 963-8353; fax 704-0239; firstname.lastname@example.org. Prime selections of fresh seafood, free-range poultry, and aged, organic meats. Express Yourself, Erin Forsey, P.O. Box 4436, 214 Midland Ave., Basalt; 927-2533; fax 927-0941; email@example.com; http://www.expressyourselfbasalt.com. Fine stationery, invitations, creative cards, glorious gifts, and tuxedo rentals.Fell Real Estate, Donna Fell, 311-1/2 Eighth St. #300, Glenwood Springs; 945-7300; 945-7774; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.fellteam.com. Excellence in service and professionalism. Every transaction an extraordinary experience. Throughout the Colorado and Roaring Fork River valleys. Four Hands LLC, Neill Taylor, 201 Main St. #301, Carbondale; 963-3900; fax 963-3131; email@example.com. Real estate investment and property management. Garfield County, Patsy Hernandez, 108 Eighth St., Glenwood Springs; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.garfield-county.com. Managing and enhancing resources to produce high-quality services for residents. Glenwood Custom Carpets, Craig Silberman, 2826 South Glen Ave., Glenwood Springs; 945-8317; fax 945-2420; email@example.com. Carpet, hardwood, tile, laminate, vinyl and more. Commercial and residential flooring store. Financing available. All credit cards accepted. Glenwood Center for the Arts, Gayle Mortell, 601 East Sixth St., Glenwood Springs; 945-2414; fax 945-4091; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.glenwoodspringscenterforthearts.com. Art gallery, events, concerts, education in fine art, pottery, music, silversmithing, dance. JVA Consulting LLC, Stacey Gavrell, 826-1/2 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs; 319-1674; fax 707-3156; email@example.com; http://www.jvaconsulting.com. Working with nonprofits, foundations, school districts, governments. Organizational assessment, strategic and business planning, fundraising, grantwriting, research, programs evaluation, board development, training, and executive director support services.KUUR 96.7 FM, Marcos Rodriguez, P.O. Box 1223, 540 Main St., Aspen; 544-5130; fax 970 544-5239; firstname.lastname@example.org. Broadcasts adult contemporary light rock and is the first high definition radio station in the Roaring Fork Valley.”Lights On” LLC, Cindy Olson, 407 AABC #K, Aspen; 925-9001; email@example.com; http://www.lightsonconcierge.com. Comprehensive concierge services and home care management services for property managers, hotels, home owner associations and businesses. Luminance Photography, Jenni Noah, 269 Main St., Carbondale; 963-7406; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.luminancephotography.com. Full service portrait photography studio. Specializing in fine art blcak and white photography and documentarystyle wedding photography.Mountain Soles, Karen Wooldridge, 60 El Jebel Rd. #107, Carbondale; 963-1598; fax 963-1661; email@example.com. Family owned shoe store, shoes and accessories for the whole family, including Merrell, Sorel, Reef, Faye, Robeeze, Smartwood and more.R.J. Paddywacks, Eric Berry/David Gardner, 400 East Valley Rd., Carbondale; 963-1700; fax 963-3835; firstname.lastname@example.org. One stop shop for highest quality pet nutrition, pet needs, in-house, full service groomer and self-serve dog wash facility. Home or office delivery available. Rocky Mountain Magic Inc., Doc Eason, P.O. Box 50, Basalt; 927-3197; fax 927-3749; email@example.com; http://www.doceason.com. World renowned magician, enthusiastic corporate speaker, comedian.Stifel Nicolaus & Co., 302 Eighth St. Glenwood Springs; 945-5275; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.stifel.com. Comprehensive portfolio of financial services to meet the needs of investors.Swiss Gourmet Inc., Ron Goth, 335 Main St., Carbondale; 963-0803; email@example.com. Fresh meat, fish, cheese, cold cuts and more.Uncle Pizza, Josh Newman, 0924 Highway 133, Carbondale; 963-4300; 945-6363; http://www.unclepizza.com. Gourmet pizza, sandwiches and salads. Fresh ingredients prepared daily. Free delivery.Wildflower Creations, Jennifer Stanaszek-Stifter, 363 Redstone Blvd., Redstone; 704-9015; fax 963-9017; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.wildflower-creations.com. Gifts galore – European linens, fabulous soaps, candles, art, antiques and more.Windwalkers Equine Assisted Living, Jay Swan, 3059 County Rd. 103, Carbondale; 963-2909; email@example.com. Therapeutic riding activities for kids, adults, and families with physical disabilities or behavorial or emotional challenges. Zheng Pan Asian Bistro, Mike Mercatoris, 400 East Valley Rd., Carbondale; 963-8077; http://www.zhengbistro.com. Bringing together traditional and contemporary Asian. Wine works in harmony with the food. Welcoming local staff and friendly service.Alliance for Sustainable Transportation, Alice Laird, P.O. Box 428, Carbondale; 704-9200; fax 704-9201; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.newcenturytrans.org. Helping to create a more sustainable future in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond. Contract Appliance Center, Tom Knipping, 3760 Highway 82, Glenwood Springs; 928-7155; fax 928-9152; email@example.com. Offering over 37 different lines of major appliances. Factory trained sales people. Delivery and installation available. Public welcome.Steven Conger Architects, Steven Conger, 417 Main St., Carbondale, 963-8247; fax 963-8316; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.congerarchitects.com. International architecture and development company. Valley View Hospital Foundation, Frank McSwain, 1906 Blake Ave., Glenwood Springs; 384-6620; fax 384-6622; email@example.com; http://www.vvh.org. A healthy community, one person at a time.
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