Hair stylist announces new location
Hair stylist Amanda Holt has moved from The Buzz Family Hair Salon to Incognito Hair Salon.
Incognito is located in the alley between Main Avenue and East Second Avenue, behind Durango Coffee Company at 736½ Main Ave.
For more information, call 385-8938.
Creature Comforts to offer dog training
Creature Comforts announces that local dog trainer Gail Gardner will hold her dog-training classes at Creature Comforts, located in the Centennial Center, 305 South Camino del Rio.
Gardner has attended dog-training seminars and camps for the last 30 years to keep current on training methods.
She is currently a member of the Durango Kennel Club, Durango Agility Dogs and the Papillon Club of America. Gardner is a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and a Certified Therapy Dogs International Evaluator.
Classes will start May 3 and 4 and will run for five weeks. Classes include puppy, basic and canine good citizen.
For more information, call 247-5350 or 247-2748.
Skin Solutions by JoAnn at new location
Skin Solutions by JoAnn has moved to a new location at 100 Jenkins Ranch Road, Suite B.
Owner JoAnn Trimberger recently returned from a three-day seminar in Dallas. The annual Skin Inc. Convention was held at the Arlington Convention Center where various instructors held training classes relating to skin care.
For more information, call 403-4148.
Blue Ribbon adds new broker associate
Blue Ribbon Properties announces that Terry L. Sadler has joined its team of brokers.
A 35-year veteran of Durango-area real estate, Sadler owned and operated Western Realty, then RE/MAX Western Realty from 1981 until 2010.
Sadler was honored by RE/MAX International as both a Platinum Club member and a Hall of Fame Member. These recognitions are given to successful brokers in the RE/MAX system. He has been instrumental in bringing to Durango numerous commercial ventures including Durango Harley-Davidson, International Collectors Association (ICA) and Alpine Bank. Sadler was named one of the top 10 business persons in Durango by The Durango Herald.
He is currently active in all aspects of real estate brokerage including home sales, commercial real estate, farm and ranch and land sales.
Blue Ribbon Properties is located at 835 Main Ave., Suite 214, in the Main Mall.
For more information, call 749-0433, 247-8388 or email email@example.com.
Timber-frame dealer comes to Durango
Woodhouse, The Timber Frame Company, announces that Durangos Black Canyon Builders, a local custom residential home-building company specializing in timber-frame construction, custom homes, remodels and energy-efficient building, is its independent builder/dealer in the Four Corners.
Black Canyon Builders and Woodhouse Timber Frame homes will raise the first Woodhouse Timber Frame in Durango from June 7-21 at the Day House renovation project under way at Florida Road and East Third Avenue. All visitors are welcome. Black Canyon Builders and Woodhouse Timber Frames also will be at the 2011 Durango Home and Ranch Show on Saturday and Sunday in booth No. 121 at the La Plata County Fairgrounds, 2500 Main Ave.
For more information, visit www.blackcanyon builders.net.
Prudential announces new broker associate
Prudential Triple S Realty welcomes Broker Associate Diane Merrick.
She is a community leader and volunteer and has been a full-time Realtor for more than 18 years. Merrick moved to Durango after a search for the community in which to build her dream home. She believes in the Durango lifestyle, its beauty, charm and people. Merrick strives to provide the ultimate level of service to her clients through personal communication and advanced technological support. She is a mother of two girls, Melissa and Megan.
For more information. call 375-3234.
Speech to be about concrete forms
4COREs Sustainable Building Education Program will present Insulated Concrete Forms with John Hatfield of Energywise Sustainable Products at noon May 4 at First National Bank of Durango, 259 W. Ninth St.
Call 4CORE at 259-1916 or visit www.fourcore.org for more information.