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Archive for: May, 2014

Carriers collect 65,000 pounds of food

Nearly 65,000 pounds of food were collected during the  Stamp Out Hunger drive, an effort of the National Association of Letter Carriers and United Way of Mesa County. United Way of Mesa County and its partners distributed bags to nearly 50,000 homes in the Grand Valley and asked residents to fill the bags with nonperishable […]

Informatics director to serve on national committee

Pam Foyster, director of clinical informatics at Family Health West in Fruita, has been selected to serve on a National Healthcare Information Society (HIMSS) management engineering and process improvement committee. The group supports and promotes the management engineering and process improvement profession by providing opportunities for collaboration, networking and professional development in national health care […]

Family Health West names emergency medical director

Family Health West in Fruita has named Dr. Joseph Kupets emergency medical director. Kupets has worked for Family Health West as an emergency room physician since April 2011. He assumes his new role June 1. “We are thrilled to have Dr. Kupets in this new role,” said Mark Francis, president and chief executive officer of […]

Real estate firm names new agent, best sellers

Shannon Castaneda has joined the team of real estate agents at Heiden Homes Realty and Associates in Grand Junction. Mary Kruse and Lori Enriquez were honored as the best-selling agents during April at the firm. Castaneda worked as a receptionist and administrative assistant at Heiden Homes for four years while studying to earn her real […]

Agent brings experience to real estate firm

Brian Versluis has joined Bray Real Estate in Grand Junction. Versluis brings to his new position 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. “It’s great to have Brian with us. He is very dedicated and knowledgeable and a great asset to our team,” said Robert Bray, broker owner of Bray Real Estate. Bray […]

Investment advisor joins financial group

Kimberley Last has joined the Grand Junction branch office of Financial West Group as a registered representative and registered investment advisor. Last brings to her new duties more than 17 years of experience. She’s licensed to sell general securities and risk management products and offers actively managed money solutions. She holds designations as a Certified […]

Property managers attend conference

Cindy Hoppe, Lindsay Jewell and Lori Pierce from Bray Property Management attended a conference hosted by the Denver Chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers. More than 100 property managers in the region attended the event to hear presentations on customer service, fair housing, legal issues, lease agreements and profitability. Bray Property Management […]

Proposals sought for art exhibits

Proposals will be accepted through 4 p.m. June 9 from artists interested in exhibiting their work in the Family Health West Hospital in Fruita. The hospital displays the work of two artists a year — one each in six-month increments. Proposals may be submitted as digital images on a compact disc or thumb drive or […]

Courting fun and fitness: Health club offers pickleball

Crossroads Fitness in Grand Junction now offers pickleball, a sport combining elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. “Pickleball is fun and can be played by all skill levels. It’s a great way to exercise in a social setting,” said Carol Pellowski, court sports manager at Crossroads Fitness. Two to four players compete in pickleball […]

Carriers collect 65,000 pounds of food

Nearly 65,000 pounds of food were collected during the  Stamp Out Hunger drive, an effort of the National Association of Letter Carriers and United Way of Mesa County. United Way of Mesa County and its partners distributed bags to nearly 50,000 homes in the Grand Valley and asked residents to fill the bags with nonperishable […]

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