Day care center moves to new location
The Growing Place announces its new location at 2911 Junction St., Suite A.
The business offers full- or part-time toddler care for children 12 to 36 months old. Amy Eckhart is the owner. The day care has 10 full-time spots.
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Lighting workshop to be held Thursday
La Plata Electric Association will host Lunch & Lights from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in its multi-purpose room, 45 Stewart St.
The free educational workshop will cover T-12 fluorescents, which no longer will be manufactured, requiring a shift to the T-5 and T-8 bulbs. Businesses can receive a rebate of $250 per each kilowatt of lighting load reduced, up to $20,000. Businesses with refrigerated cases can receive as much as $3,000 in rebates when installing LED case lighting. Businesses installing LED and induction technology street and parking-lot lights are eligible for as much as $20,000 in rebates.
Keith Emerson, coordinator of energy marketing/energy services programs for Tri-State Generation and Transmission, Kathy Wilson of Phillips Lighting and local business owners will speak.
RSVP should be sent to Ray Pierotti at email@example.com or call 382-7770.
Pennington Photo announces new hire
Pennington Photo, 738 Main Ave., announces the addition of Lauren Carroll to its digital arts department.
A native of Durango, Carroll graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in studio art. After four years in Japan teaching English, Carroll has returned to Durango to pursue digital forms of art and photography. She is skilled in all aspects of Photoshop and restoration.
Call 247-3408 for more information.
Triple S Realty announces new hire
Prudential Triple S Realty welcomes Broker Associate Evin Alcindor.
Alcindor received her real estate license in 2007 in Kansas. She moved to Durango in October 2009 and has become active in commercial, investment and residential real estate. She is skilled in Web-based marketing.
For more information, call 375-3210.
Endocrinologist joins reproductive practice
Dr. Joseph C. Gambone will practice with Dr. James Irish in his office at 1199 Main Ave., Suite 218.
Gambone is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist. After his residency, he acquired three years of clinical and research training focusing on hormone therapy for menopause and perimenopause, polycystic ovary disease and infertility.
Gambone is an emeritus professor at the Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. He worked for 25 years at UCLA. During that time, he directed the fertility center and in-vitro fertilization program for more than 15 years. He continues to be a consultant and researcher at the university.
Gambone will do an evaluation before any referral. Gambone can administer the appropriate drugs for controlled ovarian hyperstimulation. He also has a clinical and research interest in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and has worked with Nobel Laureate Lou Ignarro at UCLA. Gambone is available to evaluate and treat patients with erectile dysfunction with or without infertility.
For more information, call 382-9505.