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Durango Sports Club hires general manager

The Durango Sports Club welcomes new general manager/chief operating officer, Ken Flint.

For the last five years, Flint has been the athletic business manager at Fort Lewis College, while also serving as the head men’s and women’s cross country coach at FLC the past 12 seasons and as the play-by-play radio announcer for the school’s basketball teams the past two seasons.

Flint has been a Durango resident for 17 years. He received a bachelor’s degree in radio/television with a minor in personality/social psychology from San Diego State University in 1990. He served as team captain for two years of the SDSU cross country team and one year of the track & field team. He’s also a USA Track & Field Level 1 certified coach.

For more information, call Flint at 259-2579.

Creature Comforts announces new hire

Creature Comforts, in the Centennial Center at 305 South Camino del Rio, Suite 0, announces the addition of Britt Cook to its staff. Cook brings with her four years of pet knowledge with extensive experience in dog and cat food nutrition, specializing in food sensitivities.

For more information, call 247-2748.

Stress-management workshop offered

Melaney Sreenan, a speaker, author and consultant, and Nicola St. Mary, who specializes in holistic treatments for mental and emotional wellness, will present “The Joy of Stress” from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Durango Public Library, 1900 East Third Ave.

In this free workshop, attendees will learn about the physical and mental results of stress, techniques to manage stress differently, and how old patterns and beliefs cause stress.

To register, call Sreenan at 382-0008.

Herald Staff

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