Glass & Glass Bodywork new location
George and Lori Ann Glass announce their move to a new location at 801 Florida Road, Suite No. 11.
Since arriving in Durango two years ago George and Lori Ann have been working in a medical massage setting. Before their arrival, George maintained a private practice in Vermont for 18 years. Lori Ann transitioned from intercollegiate athletic training to massage therapy in 2000. Together, the pair has more than 40 years experience in health care.
George and Lori Ann practice an integrative approach to chronic pain, injury rehabilitation and post-surgical soft-tissue issues. They take their clients through a comprehensive treatment plan. Both practitioners have more than 1,500 hours of advanced training in multiple disciplines.
Chamber announces new board members
The Durango Chamber of Commerce announces the addition of new chamber board members Kelly Hebbard and Joel Jones each serving a three-year term.
Newly appointed members, serving a one-year term, are diplomat representative, Mary Jo Paxton and Young Professionals of Durango representative Stacey Matthews. These newly elected and appointed board members will join current board members Beth Drum, Steve Pease, Paulette Church, Kirk Komick, Connie Matthews, Simon Walls and Doug Lyon.
For more information, visit www.durangobusiness.org.
Businesses invited to submit holiday events
The Durango Business Improvement District is preparing for the eighth annual HOLiDAZZLE, the promotion designed to stimulate downtown shopping and attendance to events happening in and around Durango during the holidays.
Organizations and businesses planning special events between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve are asked to submit their event information to Pam Glasco at the BID office at email@example.com by Friday. Additionally, the BID will reprise the HOLiDAZZLE Merchant Gift Drawing and prepare promotional materials in support of the effort.
Merchants who will supply an in-store opportunity drawing during HOLiDAZZLE also are asked to inform Glasco.
For more information, call Glasco at 375-5067, email, or visit www.downtowndurango.org.
Angel Fire to host job fair Saturday
Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico will host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at The Lodge, 10 Miller Lane, Angel Fire, N.M.
The resort is hiring full- and part-time positions for the 2012-13 winter season. Positions will start in December and run through March. Positions available include: lift operations, reservations/sales, ski and snowboard school, food and beverage, housekeeping, retail, rental shop and ski patrol.
People who are unable to attend the fair can complete an application at www.AngelFireResort.com/winter/jobs.php.
For more information, call (800) 633-7463.
Discussion on oxygen therapy set to be held
Join Lloyd Decker D.C. to learn more about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and how it can benefit a variety of health conditions at 6 p.m. Thursday at Body of Work, 679 East Second Ave., Unit 10.
This talk will focus on fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, but questions regarding other health conditions will be answered. There is no cost to attend.
For more information, visit www.bodyofworkco.com.
Organic spray tan business opens
Meg Bush, CMT, owner of Healing Feeling Massage Therapy, announces an expansion with the opening of Healthy Glow! organic spray tanning.
Healthy Glow! has no harmful UV rays. Packages and specials are available for parties, groups and teams.
For more information, call Bush at 759-0199.
John Tolbert joins Wells Group
John Tolbert recently joined The Wells Group of Durango.
Tolbert graduated from Spring Hill College with a degree in business. After college, he entered Air Force pilot training serving nine years active and reserve as an A-10 pilot. He joined American Airlines. After retiring from the airlines, he moved to Durango to pursue the recreational opportunities this area offers.
For more information, call 375-3369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.