Bartenders to pour for Durango Diplomats
The Red Snapper, 144 E. Ninth St., will present guest bartenders pouring for the Durango Diplomats from 5 to 7 p.m. today.
Proceeds will benefit the Durango Diplomats. Kirk James also will perform music.
Health department announces new hire
Roseann Kutzleb is the new program coordinator for San Juan Basin Health Departments Lasso Tobacco Coalition and Celebrating Community Norms project.
She brings experience to this position, having served as the executive director at Alternative Horizons for nine years. Kutzleb was with that agency since 1990 in various capacities including assistant director, crisis line advocate and board member. Additionally, she has served on a variety of state and local coalitions including the state of Colorado Coalition against Domestic Violence.
For more information, call 335-2048 or email rose email@example.com.
Local KOA to offer free night of camping
The Durango KOA Campground, 30090 U.S. Highway 160 East, will offer a free night of camping May 14 to all campers who stay at the campground as paying guests May 13 as part of KOAs eighth annual Come Kamp & Care With Us Weekend.
The campground will have several events to help raise money to support KOA Care Camps, a system of 44 summer camps in North America that provide a summer camp experience for children with cancer and their siblings.
For more information, visit www.KOA.com.
BLM, Forest Service select new leader
Steve Beverlin, Dolores Public Lands Office Manager, has been selected to serve as the first Colorado Service First coordinator for the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.
Beverlin was selected for the position because he has worked on the forefront of Service First in his dual-delegated position as U.S. Forest Service Dolores District Ranger/Bureau of Land Management Field Manager on the San Juan Public Lands.
The Service First Initiative allows Forest Service and BLM offices to combine resources to improve public-land management. Beverlin will be stationed in Durango.
He will travel to work with all levels of the Forest Service and BLM in Colorado to improve agency efficiency in resource management and provide better service to the public and employees.
For more information, call 385-1351.
Physical therapist completes training
Rick Stockwell recently completed a training program in Associative Awareness Technique.
He has been working with the founders of the program for the last six months and has partnered with them to bring this service to the Four Corners.
Researchers are finding that chronic problems including chronic pain, fibromyalgia, anxiety and sensory integration related disorders are caused or perpetuated by an over-sensitive nervous system.
The technique works to decrease this sensitivity and return the nervous system to normal operation.
For information, call 749-5308 or visit www.Sunrise PhysicalTherapy.com.
Polished Salon announces new stylist
Polished Salon, 444 College Drive, announces the addition of stylist Nancy Camp.
Camp specializes in recorrective color. She has been a stylist for many years and is familiar with various types of styles and techniques. Camp also has been a salon owner for many years in the Durango area.
For more information, call 247-4247 or 946-5516.