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JoBody Pilates is offering half price Mat classes the First Friday of every month.JoBody Pilates is also offering Zumba, which fuses hypnotic latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will blow you away. Come dance yourself into shape.JoBody specializes in Classical Pilates with PMA certified instructors, teaching all levels of all disciplines, six days a week.For more information visit, or call 704-9889.

Church at Carbondale and SportReach will again be providing coaching for both JV (first- through third-graders) and varsity (fourth- through sixth-graders) in the valley area at Crystal River Elementary School in Carbondale. Clinics on basketball, soccer and volleyball will be available 9 a.m. to noon Monday and Tuesday, June 8 and 9, to the JV kids; and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, June 10-12, for the varsity kids (these children are asked to bring a sack lunch). Cost for the program is $30 per child for JV and $50 per child for varsity; however each participant may bring one friend for free to the clinics. Each athlete receives a 2009 SportReach tee and sports bottle. The Church at Carbondale and CRES share the parking lot at 110 Snowmass Drive. Register at the church or call them at 963-8773.

School Employees Appreciation Weeks at Sopris Chiropractic is now until June 4.Dr. Scott Tesoro and Sopris Chiropractic is happy to announce their sixth annual School Employees Appreciation Weeks May 26 through June 4. All school employees in the Roaring Fork Valley are invited to come in for a free initial chiropractic evaluation and treatment with Dr. Tesoro. Appointments can be made at 927-9204

Do you have plants that need to move, prune or cull? How about trading your excess with others? Youll have new plants for your garden all for free. Bring your excess plants to Lovell Building, 200 E. Fourth in Rifle on Tuesday, June 2, at 1:30 p.m.

New Castle will have a Farmers Market running Thursdays through October. It will be at Burning Mountain Park in downtown from 4-8 p.m.For more information or to request a vendor application e-mail

The city of Glenwood Springs is seeking interested individuals to fill vacancies on the following boards and commissions: two seats on the Alcohol Beverage Hearing Board; two seats on the Building Board of Appeals; one seat on the Volunteer Firefighters Pension Board; two seats on Housing Commission; one seat and a youth representative seat on the Parks and Recreation Commission; one seat on the Planning and Zoning Commission; one seat on the Victims and Witness Assistance and Law Enforcement Board (VALE).More information on specific duties for each vacancy can be found at can be obtained in the City Clerks Office in City Hall at 101 W. Eighth St. on the third floor, by downloading the application from the citys website at, or by calling the city clerk at 384-6403.

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