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Glenwood Springs Community Center has announced Brittney Glock as Instructor of the Month for December. Glock is an experienced multi-sport athlete and coach who walks the walk when it comes to fitness. With her experience in everything from yoga and boxing to soccer and distance running, she keeps training fresh and motivating. Common side effects of her workouts include dramatic results and a burning desire to keep at it. The mother of three is an ISSA Certified Personal Trainer as well as an AFFA Certified Aerobics Instructor.
Aspen Valley Foods is a new Colorado-based online company offering healthy, natural, organic and sustainably produced foods sourced from family-owned ranches, farms, dairies, bakeries, vineyards and food artisans in the U.S.Initially, the site will offer more than 400 food products from 16 food categories, with an emphasis on smaller, Colorado-based producers. Food sources will be verified and produced with rigorous natural, organic and sustainable standards and selected and tested by an executive chef to ensure superior taste and quality.Founded by Alan Pilkington and Martha Silva of Redstone, the company will be based in Basalt and expects to have more than 100 employees within five years. Operations will commence late 2013 or early 2014. An online community funding project began on Nov. 15 at http://www.indiegogo.com/aspenvalleyfoods. Visit http://www.aspenvalleyfoods.com for more information.
The Carbondale Council on Arts & Humanities (CCAH) was voted nonprofit of the year by the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce membership.CCAH has been building community through art for more than 38 years. Education, cross-cultural and youth programs, as well as a gallery featuring local artists are important aspects of CCAH. Memberships are available online. Among its many achievements, CCAH was instrumental in the recent presentation of the Governor’s Arts Award to the town of Carbondale. The 41st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair, monthly R2 Gallery exhibits, the Summer of Music Free Concerts series, School of Textile Arts, and the Green Is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza fundraiser are all successful CCAH projects. For information, visit http://www.carbondalearts.com or call 963-1680.
New Castle Family Fitness member Carole O’Brien is an inspiration to anyone who wanting to live healthier. O’Brien is the manager of the Book Train in Glenwood Springs. Since she decided to get serious about fitness, she has seen results. “It’s just a matter of priorities,” O’Brien said. “I want to stay healthy into my later years. My husband, Kevin, has been a positive influence, too.” O’Brien works out four days per week for about an hour. She has worked with a personal trainer occasionally and participated in programs when she needs a kick. “Doctor bills and health insurance are a whole lot more expensive than my health club membership and not nearly as fun,” she said.O’Brien is making much better food choices but still enjoys eating her favorite things. “Relationships with friends and neighbors at the gym make it much easier to stick with it.”O’Brien has lost 40 pounds and dropped four sizes in the past year and a half.
Subtle Energy Practices Inc., owned and operated by Roxan Bovee in Silt, is now accepting clients interested in healing offered through various energy medicine practices, including polarity therapy, Reiki and Therapeutic Touch, where every illness is recognized as a call to higher consciousness. Clients include people seeking recovery from physical, emotional, mental and spiritual illness. Each person is guided into personal awareness, power and responsibility, and the understanding and trusting of their intuition. Practices include help for individuals, couples, families and groups, in-person and long-distance. For information, call Bovee at 379-4358.
The Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park management team traveled to California in November for a team-building trip and as a reward for a successful year. The team met with executives at some of the world’s top theme parks: Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farms, Magic Mountain and Disney California Adventure, including the new Cars Land. They spent two days with Disney executives, learning about guest services, safety, quality audits, hiring and training. After taking rare behind-the-scenes tours, experiencing the rides and attractions, and having in-depth discussions about the parks’ operations and best practices, they brought back lots of ideas to enhance the customer experience here in Glenwood Springs.
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