Monday, February 22, 2010

Two new websites for Colorado Truckers

Press Release

Get Loaded

Two new websites have been launched that Cargo, Freight and Courier companies and their customers in Colorado and other U.S. States can use Free of Charge.

The sites have been specifically designed and developed over a 2 year period to help all types of road-load carriers and their customers meet on a common platform where each can list their load-space availability or requirements. The potential for site users to reduce costs and increase profit cannot be underestimated and many will see the services the sites offer as a means towards achieving greater efficiencies.

With so much focus on the Carbon Footprint it may not be too long before the freight industry comes under the spotlight even more and is forced down the road into re-thinking journey planning and load organization in order to minimize the transportation of too much ‘fresh air . Whilst road-load carriers continue to face spiraling costs in terms of higher fuel, insurance, tax and vehicle maintenance costs leading to even greater erosion of already tight margins, their customers continue to expect competitive pricing. The sites are:

Comments Steve Rowlands who designed and launched the sites; Working in the field of Project Management I had opportunities to fully understand the plight of the road haulage industry and quickly realized how competitive it is whilst appreciating the never-ending search it has to fill load-space. Anyone travelling by road anywhere in the world can’t help but notice haulage vehicles that are empty or only part-loaded; in essence carrying ‘fresh air’ that has to be paid for with fuel that continues to increase in cost which can be crippling in terms of over-inflated operating costs. With some road-haulage vehicles at best achieving only 5-9 miles per gallon, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize how much it was costing the carrier to haul space and realized that I had to do something to support the industry and it’s customers. The rest is history and the sites were born.

I encourage everyone reading this article who has any load-space available to sell or is looking for space to ship single or multiple consignments no matter how big or small, to list their details on the sites for all to see. While is the road-load search site that’s driven by it’s members, I’m hoping that both sites will be well received and used for the benefit of all.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Peak Vista Community Health Centers announces New Provider at its Women's Health Center

Colorado Springs, CO, February 18, 2010--Peak Vista Community Health Centers announces the association of Carol Hurst, MSN, CNM to support patients at its Women's Health Center, located at 350 Printers Parkway.

Carol received her BSN from Boston University and her Masters of Science in Nursing degree from the State University of New York in Stony Brook. Previously associated with both Peak Vista and Memorial Health System, Carol will provide the full scope of nursing services to pregnant women seen at Peak Vista's Women's Health Center.
About Peak Vista

Peak Vista Community Health Centers is a non profit, multi-specialty primary healthcare organization whose mission is to provide exceptional healthcare for people facing access barriers. Established in 1971, Peak Vista today offers outpatient medical, dental and behavioral health care to more than 56,000 residents, mostly from working families, of the Pikes Peak region. Sixteen centers at twelve sites support care. In 2006, Peak Vista established its Foundation to sustain healthcare services for those without access. To learn more about Peak Vista or to support financially, visit or call 344-6606.

New site for Car and Truck lovers

Do you think about cars, pickups and trucks every day? Do you read about the new models, watch automotive programs on television, and dream about the perfect vehicle? Can you name a vehicle’s make and model from 100 yards away in traffic? Maybe you like playing on four wheels in the dirt and mud?

This site is for off-roaders, four-wheelers, restorers and antique-lovers. is the welcoming place for the enthusiast who wants to let friends and neighbors know about the latest road trip, whether on or off the highway. It’s a place where rally- and poker runners can exchange views and information; antique, new or model-specific car club members are able to discuss their latest meet, their latest show or a coming meeting or event.

Or do you just need information that is objective and reliable? If so, this website is custom-designed for you. If it has four wheels (or more!) and an engine, we’re going to write about it.

CCT is your on-line magazine and community website dedicated to the enjoyment, entertainment and education surrounding car and truck enthusiasts from all over the state of Colorado. It’s through active community feedback and participation that CCT delivers viable and relevant content to our members. And it’s through those contributing members that CCT is able to offer a friendly, informative, thoughtful, safe and respectful environment for all CCT members.

A key part of Colorado Cars and is the community forums. It's in the forums where you'll find the people of Colorado talking together as a community, brought together through the common interest of cars and trucks. It's in the forums where we'll be looking for your feedback and suggestions about what you want to see covered in the magazine. Colorado Cars and (CCT) magazine will offer feature articles, historical documents, photographs, statistics and general useful information throughout the year. CCT is also honored to provide special forums and content pages to qualifying clubs and organizations within the state of Colorado. There are a lot of great people, clubs and events across the United States and we honor their dedication and commitment to their passions. But when we started CCT we knew that a single e-publication couldn't take on everything related to cars and trucks around the country, so rather than limiting ourselves to just one type of car or truck or special interest area, we decided to focus on a geographical region. By staying focused on Colorado we can develop relationships and contacts in a broad range of subjects related to cars and trucks.

Registration and membership are free. CCT provides access to posting in the public forums, submitting and publishing automotive articles and placing classified ads. The site is supported by member businesses and organizations that purchase advertising space on the CCT website. To keep on-line, members are encouraged to use the links to our advertisers on the site to visit those businesses and organizations supporting CCT.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Pillar Institute Open House, March 2, 2010

Event: The Pillar Institute for Lifelong Learning

Event details: Pillar Institute for Lifelong Learning is celebrating 10 years in business by hosting an Open House for Pillar Institute members and the public. Pillar Institute is a local non-profit that supports active adults in their quest for lifelong learning through a broad range of classroom topics and travel adventures. Come and visit the new offices and classroom and find out more on what the Pillar Institute has to offer the curious adults of Colorado Springs.

Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Time: 2-4pm

Place: Pillar Institute Office at 202 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd, Suite I, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 – Country Club Corners Business Park

Contact: Dave Rich, Pillar Institute for Lifelong Learning, 719-633-4991 or find out more at


Colorado Springs, CO (Seiko Marketing) — Old Colorado City is proud to host the First Annual LADIES DAY OUT Escapade filled with Shopping, Dining, Pampering and Relaxing on the weekend of February 20th-21st from Noon to 5pm.

Mazie Baalman, VP of Old Colorado City Association of merchants said, “Ladies, you’re all invited to celebrate post-Valentine’s Day by coming down to Old Colorado City for some ‘I Deserve This Attention’ with Personal Pampering, Exquisite Dining, Valued Shopping and Crazy Fun! Join all the Ladies this weekend, February 20-21 from Noon to 5pm in Old Colorado City for your well-deserved LADIES DAY OUT!”

Look for Ladies’ Specials at the following 18 participating businesses:

* Eve’s Revolution - 50% off all Jewelry and 25% off any one regular priced clothing item
* Field’s Chiropractic - Free Massage
* Garden of the Gods Gourmet - 25% off Cooking Classes
* Jake & Telly’s Greek Taverna - $5 Cosmos and Free Glass of Wine with Purchase of Lunch Entrée or Sandwich
* Meadow Muffins - Free Wine or Well Drink with Purchase
* Morning Glory Face & Body - Free 15-minute Mini Facial and Skin Consult
* Nice ‘N Naughty - All Clothes and Lingerie 15-70% off and all Bags 40% off
* Natural Wellness - FREE AcuGraph® Computerized Health Evaluation and Report
* Pizzeria Rustica - Free Glass of Wine per Pizza
* Out of the Box Boutique - Our special for the ladies is 15% off your total purchase
* Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory - 1 Free Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry with any purchase for all the Ladies
* Santa Fe Springs - Jewelry at 30% off and Clothing for 50% off
* Springs Salsa Dance & Fitness - 10% Discount on Beginning Salsa Dance Lessons
* Studio 27 Aesthetic Care - Botox for only $10 per unit, Free Champagne and Free 10-minute Massage
* The Mason Jar - Free Drinks for all the Ladies with purchase of any Entrée
* The Squash Blossom - 25% off all Gold Storywheels and Gold Chains & select merchandises up to 50% off
* Thunder & Buttons - ½ Price Appetizers and $4 Margaritas
* Unforgettable Images - A Ladies Day Out Photo Session

“We are excited to host this fun-filled event for all the deserving ladies,” said Charles Irwin, President of the Old Colorado City Association. “There are so many more crazy specials available just for all the ladies during this weekend so come down to Old Colorado City and enjoy LADIES DAY OUT,” concludes Irwin.

Friday, February 12, 2010

New Pool for Colorado Springs Swim School

Colorado Springs Swim School is happy to announce they will now be offering swim lessons at The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott®. Our new location offers our N. Colorado Springs and Monument residents a more convenient and beautiful warm water pool option for the #1 Learn-to-Swim program in the area.

The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott® Colorado Springs North/Air Force Academy is located at 15275 Struthers Road Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921

Registration is now open and class times begin in March:
Monday & Wednesday: 9:30-10am and 4:30-5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 9:30-10am and 4:30-5pm

Visit or call 719-282-8874 to register or to get more information.

Colorado Springs Jiffy Lube partners with American Heart Association

Colorado Springs, CO (Letter23 Creative) – Jiffy Lube® service centers in Colorado Springs, managed by Griffin Fast Lube, today announce their participation in the third year of the company’s Maintenance Partners for Life campaign to support the American Heart Association’s® (AHA) Go Red For Women movement. Heart disease is the nation’s number one killer of women and men, and Jiffy Lube is committed to raising more than $1.5 million between through March 13 to help stamp out the disease.

Research shows that many people are unaware of the threats to both their heart health and vehicle health. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women, a fact which is not largely recognized, claiming the lives of approximately 460,000 women per year, averaging one woman per minute. According to a recent survey conducted by American Automobile Association (AAA), most car owners also have misperceptions about proper vehicle maintenance. The survey also revealed that car owners who were not sure about proper maintenance schedules sometimes did either too little or too much maintenance. The Jiffy Lube Maintenance Partners for Life campaign stresses the importance of being vigilant about heart health and vehicle health, and educates people about smart, preventive maintenance for both their bodies and vehicles. Jiffy Lube customers will receive valuable information on keeping both their body and vehicle “engines” performing at their best.

Griffin Fast Lube, who operate 25 Jiffy Lube stores throughout Colorado, have been impressed by the community spirit and generosity of their customers in Colorado Springs, Denver and Fort Collins. “The people of Colorado are exceptional when it comes to supporting causes that impact our community,” said D.J. Griffin, owner of Griffin Fast Lube. “We are extremely excited about the opportunity to team up again with our community, this time to help fight heart disease. Maintenance Partners for Life not only allows us to raise funds, but also to educate our customers on how they can reduce their risk of heart disease – and to make sure they remember the importance of vehicle maintenance as well.”

Beginning February 8, 2010, local Jiffy Lube customers can participate in the fundraising campaign by donating $3 to Go Red For Women, and in return will receive a Jiffy Lube Maintenance Partners for Life savings book worth $100 in vehicle preventive-maintenance savings. The book also features recipes for health meals and tips for living a healthier lifestyle. Additionally, beginning February 13th, volunteers from the American Heart Association will be providing free blood pressure screenings to customers on weekends at select Colorado Springs Jiffy Lube locations.

“In the first two years of Maintenance Partners for Life, we have seen tremendous support and achievements in local communities by Jiffy Lube franchisees, employees and customers,” said Neil Meltzer, American Heart Association Board Chairman. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Colorado Springs Jiffy Lube service centers to raise funds that support critical research and education programs to help fight heart disease.”

To find the Colorado Springs area Jiffy Lube location nearest you, please visit For additional information regarding Griffin Fast Lube, LLC or the Maintenance Partners for Life campaign and events occurring now through March 13, please contact D.J. Griffin at 801.541.2762 or

About Maintenance Partners for Life
Jiffy Lube, America’s largest fast-lube company, and the American Heart Association are working together to fight heart disease. Through the Jiffy Lube Maintenance Partners for Life campaign, the goal is to raise more than $1 million dollars for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, which celebrates the energy, passion and power women have to band together and eradicate heart disease.

About Go Red For Women

Since 2004, Go Red For Women has captured the energy, passion and intelligence of women to work collectively to wipe out heart disease — the No. 1killer of women. We want millions of women across America to take heart disease personally. Go Red For Women engages women and the men who love them to embrace the cause. Healthcare providers, celebrities and politicians also elevate the cause and spread the word about women and heart disease.

For more information about Go Red For Women, please call 1-888-MY-HEART (1-888-694-3278) or visit

Peak Vista Community Health Centers On the Road with New Mobile Homeless Medical Van

Colorado Springs, CO, February 10, 2010- Peak Vista Community Health Centers is pleased to announce that its new Mobile Homeless Medical Van, Bridging the Gaps Homeless Medical Outreach, is on the road serving patients. In partnership with El Paso County and Catholic Charities, the new mobile unit provides care similar to what Peak Vista currently provides at its state of the art Homeless Health Center, which was relocated to 117 West Rio Grande in October of 2009. In addition, the unit will allow Peak Vista to serve many more who fall into this patient population, with emphasis on rural homeless in El Paso County.

It is anticipated that the new Mobile Homeless Medical Van will be able to accommodate 500 patients annually. Peak Vista will partner with Catholic Charities during visits to migrant camps, rural areas and other areas in El Paso County to provide comprehensive medical care to the homeless and to those at risk of becoming homeless.

Greg Morris, PA, longtime Director of Homeless Services for Peak Vista and a nationally recognized subject matter expert and advocate for the homeless, is responsible for both the Homeless Health Center and the new Mobile Homeless Medical Van. "Peak Vista looks forward to making an impact on the arising crisis of the rural homeless," states Morris.

About Peak Vista

Peak Vista Community Health Centers is a non profit, multi-specialty primary healthcare organization whose mission is to provide exceptional healthcare for people facing access barriers. Established in 1971, Peak Vista today offers outpatient medical, dental and behavioral health care to more than 56,000 residents, mostly from working families, of the Pikes Peak region. Sixteen centers at twelve sites support care. In 2006, Peak Vista established its Foundation to sustain healthcare services for those without access. To learn more about Peak Vista or to support financially, visit or call 344-6606.

Monday, February 8, 2010

33rd Annual President’s Day Hockey Tournament Returns to Colorado Springs February 11-15, 2010

Colorado Springs, Colo. – ( Colo Sprgs Covention and Visitors Bureau) – The Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey Association hosts the 33rd annual President’s Day Hockey Tournament February 11-15, 2010. The tournament is one of the largest and most successful tournaments of its kind held in North America. This USA Hockey sanctioned tournament will bring an economic impact of approximately $2.5 million to Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region.

Who: 80 amateur hockey teams from all over the United States and Canada.

What: 33rd Annual President’s Day Hockey Tournament.

Where: Games are being held at both rinks in the World Arena Ice Hall, Colorado College’s Honnen Arena, the World Arena, Cadet Ice Arena at the Air Force Academy, and Sertich Ice Center.

When: Opening Ceremonies will be held on February 11, 2010 at 6pm at the Colorado Springs World Arena. Games will be held each day from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Championship and consolation games will be held on Monday, February 15, and all games will be finished by 3:00 p.m. that day.

Why: One of the largest amateur hockey tournaments in the nation showcasing young talent.

Admission fees for Spectators are $15.00 for a weekend pass, $6.00 for a day pass. For more information contact April Timby at 719.963.8957 or For more information on the Colorado Springs Amateur Hockey Association visit


COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (Seiko Marketing) – The Colorado Springs Conservatory is proud to announce that they are taking applications for the auditions of the 8th Annual Summer Performing Arts Intensive at the Colorado Springs Conservatory and Central City Opera.

Only 20 of the nations’ most talented and motivated students will be selected for this prestigious and acclaimed summer program in Musical Theater, Drama and Opera for students ages 14-19 years old. The two weeks program will be held in July 10-24, 2010 and students will be provided room and board at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) for 10 days of study and rehearsals. Classes, workshops and master classes in dance, theater, and musical theater are held on a daily basis. Students rehearse a theme specific scenes program. 2010 theme is “Through the Eyes of a Child”. Scenes from productions such as “Hansel and Gretel,” the “Turn of a Screw” and Secret Garden” to name a few will be performed.

The summer curriculum also includes the creation of an original operatic work based on the life of a historically relevant figure to Colorado. Under the guidance and direction of composer in residence, Mr. Roger Ames, students collaborate, create and perform an original composition. Public performances of both the original opera and the scenes program will take place in Colorado Springs on Tuesday, July 20th.

The program then culminates in Central City, Colorado at the internationally acclaimed Central City Opera Festival. Students participate in master classes, workshops and rehearsals with the renowned artistic staff of the festival. Students see all of the 2010 productions at the festival. This season includes, “Madame Butterfly” by Puccini, “Orpheus in the Underworld” by Offenbach and “Three Decembers” by Heggie. Public performances of the student scene program and original opera take place in Central City on July 23rd and 24th.

This is an extremely selective program for only 20 of the most motivated and talented young performers ages 14 – 19 years old from across the state of Colorado and the nation. Tuition is $2,495 and includes room, board and opera tickets.


Audition Requirements:

Two contrasting songs and one monologue

Sites and deadlines:

Saturday, April 10 from 11AM -2 PM in Denver

Musician Union Bldg at 1165 Delaware Street

Denver, CO 80204

Wednesday, April 14 from 6-9PM in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Conservatory

1600 N. Union Blvd

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Or by CD/DVD or YouTube deadline Friday, April 16th

Limited Enrollment

Enrollment forms to be completed upon acceptance to program

For complete curricula, faculty and program details log onto:


Friday, February 5, 2010

Sweetheart Banquet 2010 - February 14th

You are invited to enjoy an evening of romance and encouragement for couples: the engaged, newly married or if you've been blessed with many years together! Even if your spouse is deployed or TDY, we want you to come!

6pm to 9:30pm at Soldiers Memorial Chapel Fellowship Hall
Dinner Theater featuring: "No Greater Love"
Appetizers, Testimonials, Games
Catered gourmet dinner w/2 meat choices
Chocolate and Dessert, Door Prizes, A chance to win a free "Weekend to Remember"

Limited Seating! Reservations Needed by Saturday noon, Feb 13th
POC: Cedric/Sandi Boehr, 719-313-9408 or 719-238-1940 or email

Sponsored by Soldiers Memorial Chapel

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Why should I join the Better Business Bureau?

BBB Event Release

What’s in it for Me?

Come to the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado’s monthly Benefits 101 class and find out!

Each month we will introduce you to the multitude of benefits you will receive as a BBB Accredited Business. You’ll learn how membership can ultimately increase your bottom line, and help your business succeed in this increasingly competitive marketplace.

Below are the details for the February workshop:

Date: Thursday, February 18, 2010

Time: 8 - 9 a.m.

Location: 25 N. Wahsatch Avenue , cross street is Kiowa – Colorado Springs. Better Business Bureau office.

Admission: Free

For accredited businesses who would like to customize their free ShopMyBBB Web page, we will hold an editing class following the benefits event from 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.

This informative workshop is open to all businesses in southern Colorado . You do not need to be an accredited business, so come find out what we are all about.

A complimentary continental breakfast will be provided so early reservations are very much appreciated.

Please RSVP by contacting Kelly Clark at 719-636-5076 ext 128, or 866-206-1094 ext 128, or You may also RSVP at

Monday, February 1, 2010

Big Bob’s Flooring Outlet makes Big Donation to the Harbor House Collaborative

Harbor House press release

Big Bob’s Flooring Outlet, located at 2540 S. Academy Blvd, responded to a Harbor House request for help in a big way. They donated 7500 square feet of flooring and installation to the residential facility. Carpet, tile and laminate flooring product was installed in 12 units owned and operated by the Harbor House Collaborative, a local charitable organization that provides safe places for the chronic homeless, alcohol and/or substance abusers to work toward sobriety and health.

With the help of community volunteers, staff and residents, and the generosity of Frank and Joan at Big Bob’s, all units at the Harbor House facility have new flooring installed.

Better Business Bureau announces new mobile app for consumers


Your Better Business Bureau is now making its reliability reports available for download to mobile devices such as iPhones. All a consumer needs to do is go to and download the application. They are then able to access the four million reports in the BBB’s national database.

Reliability reports are the stock and trade of the BBB. These online listings contain a multitude of information about companies, including a letter grade rating of A+ through F. Now consumers can access this information when they are on the go. Even better, this new mobile device application is free.

A new browser called the “Accredited Business Locator” allows consumers to quickly see whether or not a company is an accredited business. When the search engine they are using (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) produces a list of possibilities, those companies that are BBB accredited businesses are easily identified because they display the BBB accredited business seal. In one quick step, consumers can tell that a company, because they bear this seal, is reputable. Consumers can click on the seal to directly access the company’s BBB reliability report.

The software is free to download and is powered by a company called Azigo, a leader in user-centric technologies. Go to and follow the prompts to download the software.

The BBB is offering these new services to protect consumers and, in the case of the Azigo software, minimize the risk of online fraud.

Intention Prevention Town Hall

“Is it Safe to Talk?”

Thursday, February 18, 2010

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Coronado High School
1590 West Fillmore Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Stepping Up - Your Child’s Strongest Influence May Not Be You!

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (January 31, 2010) - The drug problem, according to our teens, often results from boredom and the absence of alternative social activities. In addition, both teens and parents sighted the absence of intervention as a reason for the escalation in drug use.

Join us Thursday, February 18, 2010 at Coronado High School in Colorado Springs from 6:00 – 7:30pm as we unveil some creative solutions piloted by our resourceful teens and supported by area businesses. With their help, we’ve embraced the very technologies our teens are so drawn to while creating positive social alternatives to boredom. Next, we’ve implemented an intervention network with KOAA, Channel 5/30 for parents and teens in need of help. And finally, we’ll introduce you to our special keynote speaker.

Twenty years ago the strongest influence our youth had was their parents. But in today’s digital world we have an entire generation who are influenced by a stronger social force. With more than one hundred digital cable channels to choose from and social media networks like MySpace and facebook, our children can find influence anywhere, giving the word peer pressure a whole new meaning. Earlier this spring, Conspire! and a group of typical Colorado Springs teens got together to host an event called Intention Prevention. This platform, originally assembled to find solutions to the increase in teen drug use, proved to be a real eye opener for those in attendance. According to our teens, when it comes to drugs, there is a problem. Armed with that information, Intention Prevention, affectionately named “IP” by the teens, sought solutions.

Our kids will be talking; we hope you’ll be listening. Join us and be a part of the influence!

Intention Prevention Town Hall program consists of the following:

* Performances by members of the Colorado Springs Conservatory
* Stephanie Finley - President, Governmental Affairs, Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce
* C.C. Wells and David Musante – Students from School District #11
* Dan May – District Attorney
* Susan Payne – Executive Director, Safe2Tell
* Lisa Kirkman – Magistrate, El Paso County Drug Court
* “James” – Graduate of El Paso County Drug Court
* Officer Bret Iverson – Colorado Springs Police Department
* Cindy Aubrey – News Director Channel 5/30 KOAA
* Howard Meyers - Parent
* Expert Q&A Panel of students and community leaders

Intention Prevention Town Hall is made possible through the generous support of the Colorado Springs Conservatory, Conspire, Safe2Tell, News First KOAA TV, Mr. Biggs, Colorado Springs Coca Cola, El Paso Council PTA and Seiko Marketing.

For more information or to register for the Intention Prevention Town Hall meeting, please contact James Dodd of Conspire at 719.964.6548 or Lynette Crow at 719.785.1161.


Colorado Springs, CO, January 29, 2010--Peak Vista Community Health Centers and its Foundation announced today the names of board officers and directors elected to serve during FY 2010. According to BJ Scott, President and CEO of Peak Vista, “This will be another challenging year for Peak Vista as we continue to care for more people in need of medical, dental and behavioral health care primary services…the current economy has brought so many more working families to our doorsteps. The depth of commitment and expertise of our board members is important to provide the strategic leadership necessary to govern a Colorado non profit and assure that Peak Vista is meeting its mission of providing and sustaining exceptional healthcare for people facing access barriers”.

Peak Vista Community Health Centers Board Officers are: George Guerrero, Chair; Jenny Knellinger, Vice Chair; Steve Scott, Treasurer; and Donna Johnson, PhD., Secretary; Board Directors are: Marilyn Bignell, Ted Borden, Casey Corey, Jeff Dunn, Santiago “Bob” Duran, Cindy Ellis, Johnnie Fant, Liz Price, and Pam Taylor, M.D..

Peak Vista Community Health Centers Foundation Board Officers are
Jay Maloney, CFRE, Chair; David Lord, Vice-Chair; Steve Ingham, Treasurer/Secretary; Board Directors are: Tom Bates, M.D., Bill Corrigan, Sue Foerster, George Guerrero and BJ Scott.

Peak Vista Community Health Centers is a non profit, multi-specialty primary healthcare organization whose mission is to provide exceptional healthcare for people facing access barriers. Established in 1971, Peak Vista today offers outpatient medical, dental and behavioral health care to more than 56,000 residents, mostly from working families, of the Pikes Peak region. Sixteen centers at twelve sites support care. In 2006, Peak Vista established its Foundation to sustain healthcare services to those without access. To learn more about Peak Vista or to support financially, visit or call 344-6606.

Fundraising Dinner and Fashion Show, Fountain Colorado, February 25, 2010

God's Pantry Ministry in conjunction with the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to attend dinner and a fashion show!

February 25, 6pm to 8:30pm at the Fountain/Ft Carson Middle School, 515 N. Santa Fe Ave, Fountain, CO 80817

Roasted pork donated by Hillbilly Farms.
Enjoy great food, a great time, win prizes and bid on the great clothes you see on the runway.

R.S.V.P to God's Pantry Ministry, 102 N. Main St, Fountain, CO 80817, 719-382-0643.

Cost is $10 in advance or $15 at the door.