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POST TIME MEDIA PROJECTS Various print and web projects including identity design, websites, print ads, newsletters, business sets and other promotional materials. I was the sole designer on these projects.

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POST TIME MEDIA PROJECTS Various print and web projects including identity design, websites, print ads, newsletters, business sets and other promotional materials. I was the sole designer on these projects.

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Oysters on the Half-Shell Chateaubriand • Roasted Guinea Hen Rack of Lamb • Veal Chop • Duck Breast And a complimentary glass of champagne with each dessert!

| Just a block-and-a-half from the gondola. For reservations call 970-429-8284.

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POST TIME MEDIA PROJECTS Various print and web projects including identity design, websites, print ads, newsletters, business sets and other promotional materials. I was the sole designer on these projects.

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VALLEY FINE ART Post Time Media: Projects including website, newsletters, print ads, brochures and other promotional materials. I was the sole designer on this project.

VALLEY FINE ART Classic American Art: 1865 - Present Documenting Change in America Across Three Centuries

VALLEY FINE ART Classic American Art: 1865 - Present

Christopher Burkett cibachrome photographs “Santa Fe Aspens” and “Swirling White Winter Aspens” | Edward S. Curtis “Winter – Apsaroke”

Documenting Change in America Across Three Centuries

213 South Mill Street | Aspen, Colorado 81611 | 970.920.9193 | valleyfineart.com

www.ValleyFineArt.com “PiegAn enCAmPmenT” Edward S. Curtis Vintage Photogravure, 18 x 22 inches, 1908

Visit our gallery or website and take a stroll through time viewing works by historic and living artists.

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VALLEY FINE ART Classic American Art: 1865 - Present

Documenting Change in America Across Three Centuries

Theodore Waddell “Twin Bridges Angus,” Oil, 72”x72”

Edward S. Curtis, “Canon de Chelly - Navaho,” 1904

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ASPEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY Noelhouse Creative: Projects included identity design, print ads, newsletters, business set, museum panels and map. I assisted Noelhouse Creative with the original branding and items. Then continued working with AHS on items such as museum panels and map through DeMay Designs, llc.

Ghost Towns

Belong! MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

ASHCROFT GHOST TOWN

The Society provides a safe haven for the artifacts, documents and historic photographs that tell Aspen’s story. Support for the Society helps us manage and maintain two museums and two ghost towns, provide research space and continue to offer a year-long calendar of events, programs and exhibits. Please consider joining the Society at one of these levels:

Historical and environmental interpretive stations lead you through the history of the Valley, from the Ute summer camps to the robust mining era. Tour the blacksmith shop, the Blue Mirror Saloon, various cabins, post office and the infamous Hotel View. Historical tours are offered by resident interns during the summer.

PROSPECTORS

Individual - $35

LOCATION: 11 miles south of Aspen on Castle

LIXIVIATORS

$100+

Family - $60

The Lixiviators primarily support our programming SILVER CIRCLE

DATES:

FEE:

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Creek Rd. Guided tours available daily mid-June through Labor Day, weekends only through September. Adults $3, children under 12 are free.

INDEPENDENCE GHOST TOWN

Historic Site Map” and then include the tag line that you wrote (but change the text to “The Four Rivers Historic Alliance is comprised of ….”

Legend has it that prospectors discovered the Independence Gold Lode on July 4, 1879. A tent city sprang up

$1500+ The Silver Circle helps us enhance our sites and collections

The Four Rivers Historical Alliance is comprised of museums and historical societies from Aspen to Marble to Eagle to Parachute, Colorado.

The Aspen Historical enriches the community through preserving and communicating our remarkable history. that summer, and by 1880 Society there were 300 people

To join please contact us at (970) 925-3721 living in the camp. Today, Independence is an or go to our website at aspenhistory.org and archeological preserve, featuring interpretive click on the “Join” button. WHEELER/STALLARD H O L D E N / M A RO LT stations that tell of the characters and buildings MUSEUM MINING & RANCHING MUSEUM that made it an integral part of Aspen’s history.

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MUSEUM PROGRAMS

The Aspen Historical Society offers a variety of interactive presentations, and educational programs. The Mining and The Wheeler/Stallard Located 16 miles east of Aspen Private or special group opportunities available. Ranching Museum Museum isLOCATION: a unique is a leap back to interpretive museum on Hwy 82 - Time Travel Tuesdays Weekly Programs Guided tours available daily the late 1800s housed inDATES: one - Historical Character Presentations of Aspen’s most Mid-June through Labor Daywhen Aspen - Playing with the Past Children’s Programs was the nation’s celebratedFEE: Victorian $3 suggested donation to support 620 W. BLEEKER ASPEN, CO 81611 - “A Briefly Complete History of Aspen” Play leading silver homes. The upkeep is appreciated. TEL 970.925.3721 · 800.925.3721 FAX 970.925.5347 producer. In the spectacular setting WWW.ASPENHISTORY.ORG 1890s, the existing features revolving PUBLIC ARCHIVES Both Ashcroft and Independence are on U.S.F.S. property. Photo: Jill Uris building was part exhibits that are AND RESEARCH of the extensive Holden Lixiviation Works, where expressions of the Delve into the stories that illuminate the richness of ore was processed and shipped. Later, after the mill characters and our history. Explore the extensive archives including Photo: Jill Uris ceased operation, it would serve as a centerpiece on events that shaped over 24,000 photographs, 650 oral histories, the Marolt family ranch. our evolution from summer hunting grounds to newspapers from 1881 to present, manuscripts, mining boomtown to world-renowned resort. film and video artifacts. View these online at LOCATION: Marolt Open Space, Aspen. archiveaspen.org. Visitors are encouraged to bike or Built by Jerome B. Wheeler, it was later occupied walk using the city trail system and pedestrian bridge. Optional access is the free RFTA Castle-Maroon bus to Marolt Ranch Housing bus stop. Follow trail to museum.

by Edgar and Mary Ella Stallard for 40 years early in the 20th Century. The Aspen Historical Society took possession of the residence in 1968, and it now serves as headquarters. LOCATION: DATES : TIME: FEE:

620 W. Bleeker St. Year-round Tuesday – Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. $6/adults, $5/seniors, children 12 and under free; fee also includes admission to the Holden/Marolt Mining & Ranching Museum

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Open summer, by appt. in winter

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Tuesday – Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m.

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$6/adults, $5/seniors, children 12 and under free; fee also includes admission to the Wheeler/Stallard Museum

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Wheeler/Stallard Carriage House, 620 W. Bleeker St.

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By appt. (925.3721 ext. 103)

MINER’S MEMORIAL

FRONTIER HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM

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WHERE: Burning Mountain Park, Main Street WHEN: Available all day, every day COST: Free WHAT: A statue of a coal miner completed by

MENU OF TOURS

HISTORY COACH A guided tour of historic downtown Aspen and both AHS museums in our electric history coach.

WEST END WALKING TOUR

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A beautiful stroll through Aspen’s historic Victorian West End neighborhood.

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ASPEN BY BIKE TOUR

the present day resort community. Museum complex includes railroad caboose, general store, blacksmith shop. WEBSITE: www.eaglecountyhistoricalsociety.com CONTACT: (970) 328-6464

(aged 13+), $3 seniors (aged 60+), $2 children (aged 3-12)

THE MT. SOPRIS HISTORICAL SOCIETY LOG CABIN & JAILHOUSE

WHAT: Historic

house museum with exhibits on the history of Glenwood Springs and Garfield County, including Doc Holliday, Kid Curry, Theodore Roosevelt, Buffalo Bill Cody, mining and minerals, ranching, Ute Indians and much more. WEBSITE: www.glenwoodhistory.com CONTACT: (970) 945-4448

WHERE: Corner of Weant Blvd. and Hwy. 133 TIME: Mon-Fri mornings or by appointment COST: Free WHAT: Historical museum located in an 1887 log

in the Silt area. Furnished with artifacts and displays of the period. Tour guide available.

cabin. The town jail house is situated directly behind the log cabin.

WEBSITE: www.silthistoricalpark.com CONTACT: (970) 876-5801

WEBSITE: www.mtsoprishistoricalsociety.org CONTACT: (970) 963-7041

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ON-MOUNTAIN SKI HISTORY TOUR Explore the history of these tremendous mountains: Aspen, Snowmass, and Aspen Highlands.

Distinctive character and ambiance make these unique venues ideal settings for weddings, receptions, benefits, and theme parties. Grounds will accommodate groups of 75 - 250.

Most tours are seasonal or available upon request.

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RIFLE GAP STATE PARK WHERE: 5775 Hwy. 325 WHAT: Former Rifle Hydroelectric Plant; Rifle Falls

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WHAT: A monument and museum dedicated to Colorado’s colorful mining history.

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RIFLE INFORMATION CENTER/REST AREA INCLUDING THE HISTORIC COLORADO RIVER BRIDGE WHERE: Off I-70 at exit 90 WHAT: This center offers hundreds of brochures

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BATTLEMENT RESERVOIRS WHERE: See website for directions and trail info. WHEN: Mid-June to October COST: Free WHAT: Seven reservoirs at 10,000 feet south of

Permit #90 Glenwood Springs, Co

relating to Colorado tourism opportunities, with a knowledgeable staff that can answer questions and get you started on your tour of the Rifle area. WEBSITE: www.riflechamber.com CONTACT: (970) 625-2085

Battlement Mesa, constructed in 1892. The reservoirs were renovated by the National Forest Service and are stocked with native cutthroat trout.

MARBLE

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Castle Valley Blvd. to Club House Dr. to WHERE: Accessible year round WHEN:Take Rd. (Lakota Ranch,village north of City Market) Historic model industrial established in WHAT:Cemetery alltoday, every day Colorado Fuel and WHEN: Available 1899-1903 accommodate Iron’s workers for the Redstone coke industry. COST: Free Walking tour guides available atinthe Redstone cemetery was established 1888 and WHAT: The

325—north of Rifle Falls Fish Hatchery)

WHAT: World class rock climbing extending for 2.5

miles in a spectacular boxed canyon. Hiking and ice caves. Visit the Rifle Community House that was built in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corp. WEBSITE: www.rifleco.org/index.aspx?NID=91 CONTACT: (970) 665-6570

REDSTONE NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT HIGHLAND CEMETERY AND WHERE: The village of Redstone, located on the West VULCANElk MINING MEMORIAL Scenic Byway just off Highway 133

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WHERE: 13885 County Road 217. (End of State Hwy

Inn and the Redstone History Museum. cemetery map is available at Town Hall, the www.redstonecolorado.com WEBSITE:Chamber of Commerce and the Historical Museum. The 1964 Vulcan Mine Memorial is also on display. WEBSITE: www.newcastlecolorado.org

COULTER LAKE GUEST RANCH

horseback riding, hunting and fishing. See our website for more information, photo gallery, rates, and history of the ranch. WEBSITE: www.coulterlake.com SPONSORS: CONTACT: (970) 625-1473

Forest (970) 625-2371

MCKAY-WASSAM HISTORIC PARK AND HOUSE WHERE: 259 Cardinal Way, Parachute WHEN: Monday - Friday TIME: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. COST: Free WHAT: The McKay-Wassam Rock House from 1903.

RIFLE MTN. PARK/COMMUNITY HOUSE (CCC CAMP)

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Department, the museum includes historical artifacts from the mining and ranching communities that founded New Castle.

children under 6 free

WEBSITE: www.newcastlecolorado.org

in lifestyles, businesses, and industry.

WHERE: Downtown Rifle WHAT: Self-Guided Walking Tour available at the

Rifle Information Center. A wonderful walk through time; with many downtown buildings being well over 100 years old. CONTACT: (970) 625-2085

REDSTONE AREA

HISTORIC SITE MAP The Four Rivers Historical Alliance is comprised of museums and historical societies from Aspen to Marble to Eagle to Parachute, Colorado.

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coal to coke for CF&I Company, 1900-1909. Recently restored to show original design, and with interpretive signage to explain the coking process and importance to Redstone. WEBSITE: www.redstonecolorado.com/living_history.html

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REDSTONE INN WHERE: 82 Redstone Blvd. WHEN: Open year round WHAT: Full-service hotel and inn originally built in

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1902 to house bachelor workers.

Redstone Park WHEN: Open Summer and Fall COST: Free WHAT: Original lantern house located at the Coal Basin mines west of Redstone. Houses artifacts depicting the history of Redstone and area mining and coking activities. WEBSITE: www.redstonecolorado.com

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REDSTONE CASTLE (CLEVEHOLM MANOR) WHERE: One mile south of Redstone. Private gated drive, access only for tour attendees.

WHEN: Winter – Sat. and Sun. Summer (June 1 – Sept. 30) – Every day

TIME: 1:30 p.m. COST: $15 Adults (aged 19+), $10 Seniors and Children (aged 5-18), Under 5 are free

WHAT: John C. Osgood’s 42-room country estate

featuring original fixtures and furniture. This is a historical treasure! WEBSITE: redstonecastle.us

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CRYSTAL MILL (DEAD HORSE MILL) WHERE: 7 miles east of Marble. Follow CR3 through

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photographed sites in the country, the Crystal Mill (Dead Horse Mill) was built in 1893 just west of the mining town of Crystal City.

(970) 963-2733

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THE THOMPSON HOUSE MUSEUM WHERE: River Valley Ranch Drive off of Hwy. 133.

Take second right at North Bridge Drive. Parking is available on the Museum grounds.

TIME: Saturdays from 2-5pm in the summers and early fall. Please call in advance.

COST: $10 WHAT: 1887 brick ranch house with original artifacts and décor. Newly listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

WEBSITE: www.mtsoprishistoricalsociety.org CONTACT: (970) 963-7041

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somewhat derelict building is located on private property owned by descendants of the Luchsinger family and can be viewed from Riverside Drive. (Please respect and stay off private property.)

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WEBSITE: www.aspenhistory.org CONTACT: (970) 925-3721 37

seniors $5.50, children (6-12) $4.50, children under 6 free

WHAT: The Healy House is a restored 1878 Greek

1800s reflect Basalt’s history as a railroad and agricultural community, as well as its early ties to the Roaring Fork Valley’s mining industry.

WEBSITE: www.basaltheritage.org for walking tour map Pick up a complimentary copy of the Basalt

CONTACT: (719) 486-0487

WHERE: Marolt Open Space in Aspen, trail accessed

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12 and under free

WHAT: Ranching and mining museum featuring

displays and interactives on mining, mining processing, lumber mill and ranching, housed on the grounds of the former Holden Lixiviation Plant and Marolt Ranch.

WEBSITE: www.aspenhistory.org CONTACT: (970) 925-3721

WHERE: At Basalt, take Frying Pan Road. Go 29 miles to Chapman Campground. WHEN: June - October COST: Free to visit, camping fees apply WHAT: Civilian Conservation Corps era dam, fishing, camping WEBSITE: www.fs.usda.gov/main/whiteriver/home CONTACT: Aspen-Sopris Ranger District (970) 963-2266

RED CLIFF MUSEUM WHERE: Red Cliff Town Hall, 400 Pine Street WHEN: By appointment, call (970) 827-5303 TIME: By arrangement COST: Free WHAT: Artifacts from Eagle County’s first town and

WHEN: Mid-June through October TIME: Tuesday - Saturday COST: $6 person, $5 students/seniors,

mining camp.

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TIGIWON COMMUNITY HOUSE AND NOTCH MOUNTAIN SHELTER WHERE: From Minturn go 2.5 miles south on US 24, then 6 miles on Tigiwon Road.

WHEN: Mid-June to October 30 COST: Free to visit, Day use rental available at

Basalt Chamber of Commerce located in the red caboose in Lions Park, 101 Midland Avenue.

CHAPMAN DAM AND CAMPGROUND

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Revival clapboard home with period displays. The Dexter Cabin, built as a hunting lodge in 1879 has a humble log cabin exterior and a surprising lavish interior. Formal gardens.

WEBSITE: www.historycolorado.org/museums/healy-

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MIDLAND AVENUE AND HOMESTEAD DRIVE WHERE: Downtown Basalt WHEN: Daily, year-round, self-directed walking tour COST: Free WHAT: Historic structures built primarily in the late

HEALY HOUSE MUSEUM AND DEXTER CABIN WHERE: 912 Harrison Ave., Leadville, CO. WHEN: Open May 17 – Oct. 6; 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. COST: History Colorado members free, adults $6,

museum & temporary exhibit gallery

LUCHSINGER HALFWAY HOUSE WHERE: 120 Riverside Drive WHAT: Historic halfway house for travelers. This

Marble, past Beaver Lake and up Daniel’s Hill. Take right at fork and proceed past Lizard Lake toward Crystal City. Beaver Lake in the winter. 4X4 tours are available from Marble in the summer.

of Commerce riflechamber.com, and White River National Forest.

tombstones from some of the area’s original pioneer families.

CONTACT: Town of Carbondale Parks and Public Space

students/seniors, 12 and under free

WHEN: Road is a 4X4 road and is inaccessible past

COST: Free WHAT: One of the most

Carbondale. Hillcrest Cemetery is at the top of White Hill and situated about one half mile directly in back of Saint Mary’s Church.

TIME: Open access Eagle townofeagle.org, Rifle Chamber Free COST: WHAT: Traditional western cemetery includes

WHAT: Historic house

Bank building is on the Northwest corner.

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HILLCREST CEMETERY WHERE: Take Road 101 off of Meadow Wood Drive,

except holidays

COST: Free WHAT: Main bank during Marble’s boom years

(1912 to 1917) and is the only historical commercial building remaining in Marble. It was listed on the National Historic Register in 1999 and the restoration was completed in 2002.

walking of historic main street, link to or rental tour information the Mt. Sopris Historical Society.

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COST: $6 person, $5

MARBLE CITY STATE BANK BUILDING

building is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., 7 days a week from Memorial Day through September.

and weekends through September

from the exterior onlyHall at this Building, The IOOF alsotime. known as the

WHERE: 620 W. Bleeker Street, Aspen WHEN: Year round TIME: Tuesday – Saturday,

WHEN: Currently the home of The Marble Hub, the

REDSTONE HISTORY MUSEUM WHERE: Redstone Boulevard adjacent to the

ASHCROFT GHOST TOWN WHERE: 11 miles south of Aspen on Castle Creek Rd. WHEN: Tours available mid-June through Labor Day

TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily COST: $3 person, 12 and under free WHAT: Mining-era ghost town WEBSITE: www.aspenhistory.org CONTACT: (970) 925-3721

coal mining industry, which are on the National Register of Historic Places. CONTACT: (970) 945-4448

WHERE: Follow CR3 (Park St.) to corner of 1st and Main.

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Midland Avenue south at 27th Street to Airport Road

www.recreation.gov

WHAT: Historic lodge available for reunions,

weddings and parties. Situated near trailheads into Holy Cross Wilderness and historic Notch Mountain Shelter.

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INDEPENDENCE GHOST TOWN

WHERE: 16 miles east of Aspen on Highway 82 WHEN: Tours available mid-June - October TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily COST: Suggested donation of $3 person WHAT: Mining-era ghost town WEBSITE: www.aspenhistory.org CONTACT: (970) 925-3721

THANKS TO: Aspen Historical Society, Town of Basalt, Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum, Eagle Chamber of Commerce, Town of Eagle, Frontier Historical Society, Mt. Sopris Historical Society, National Mining Hall of Fame, New Castle Historical Society, Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce and Rifle Creek Museum

Rebekah Lodge, The Village Smithy and The WEBSITE: www.basaltheritage.org Crystal Theatre to namefor butprogramming a few. For a CONTACT: mail@basaltheritage.org

CARDIFF COKE OVENS

WHEN: Daily, year round TIME: Daylight hours COST: Free WHAT: Historic coke oven remnants from 1800’s

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andformerly Hwy. 133, across was part of Arbaney Ranch and will from Market. to be City a living history museum. The charcoal

WHERE: 2 miles south of Glenwood Springs. Take

WHERE: 412 W. Main Street WHEN: June thru August TIME: Thursday – Sunday, 11:00 to 4:00 COST: $5 adults, juniors and seniors $3, children

and members free WHAT: Built as a school house in 1912, the museum features exhibits on Marble history and the Colorado Yule Marble Company which provide stone for the Lincoln Memorial and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. WEBSITE: www.marblehistory.org CONTACT: (970) 963-9815

LINWOOD (PIONEER) CEMETERY

ARBANEY BARN & CHARCOAL KILNS

Access anytimein 2010 were built in 1884 TIME: kilns, stabilized Free provide charcoal for Aspen and Leadville COST: to The barninclude and kilns can be viewed Historic buildings The Dinkel WHAT: smelters.

oldest cemetery where the community’s pioneers are buried, including Doc Holliday and Kid Curry. A walking tour guide is available at the Frontier Museum or at the donation tube in the cemetery. CONTACT: (970) 945-4448

CAYTON RANGER STATION

See website for directions. WHEN: Mid-June to October COST: Free WHAT: Early period Forest Service ranger station WEBSITE: www.caytonrangerstation.org CONTACT: Rifle Ranger District, White River National Forest (970) 625-2371

entrance to Redstone

WHEN: Accessible year round COST: Free WHAT: Bee-hive shaped Ovens used to convert

WHERE: Arbaney Park, 600 Elk Run Drive, Basalt 19 MAIN STREET CARBONDALE WHEN: Daily, year-round Intersection WHERE: to view. of Main COST: Free Street Carbondale in 2011, this two-story horse barn WHAT: Restored

Glenwood Springs

WHERE: Approximately 20 miles south of Silt.

WHERE: Located along Highway 133 at the south

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WHEN: Daily, year round TIME: Daylight hours COST: Free, donations encouraged WHAT: Moderate 1/3 mile hike to Glenwood’s

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WHERE: Trailhead begins at 12th and Bennett in

or by appointment

COST: Free, donations accepted WHAT: Housed in the former Town Hall/Fire

WHAT: Follow the story of Rifle’s past and changes

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WHERE: Turn right at

the fire station and proceed one half block to parking lot. Follow walking tour guide provided at entrance. 15 HANGING LAKE Always open – snow covered in winter. WHEN: From Glenwood Springs, take I-70 east approx. WHERE: COST: 7Free miles to exit 125 in Glenwood Canyon. Formerly world’s largest marble finishing WHAT: Daily, yearthe round WHEN: mill at over 1700’. The marble block for the hours TIME: Daylight Tomb of the Unknowns was the largest block COST: Free of marble quarried in the world at that time, trail travels from the WHAT: This circashort, 1931.steep The buildings and equipment bottom of Glenwood Canyon Hanging were largely disassembled forup thetoWWII Lake and Spouting waterfall. A tourist effort. This site wasrock listed on the National attraction since the Historic Register in late 1979.1800s, it is now maintained by the U.S. Forest Service. WEBSITE: www.visitglenwood.com/hanging-lake CONTACT: White River National Forest (970) 945-2521

WHERE: 4th Street WHEN: Tuesdays & Thursdays during summer,

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OLD TOWN HALL AND JAIL HISTORICAL MUSEUM

WHERE: 337 East Ave. WHEN: Monday - Friday TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. COST: $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 children (6-12),

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WHERE: 80 County Road 273 WHEN: Open year round WHAT: Guest ranch featuring historic cabins,

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with locally quarried stone. Glover Cabin is an original homestead building that was moved to the site and is now a museum showing pioneer living in the late 1880s to 1900. CONTACT: (970) 285-9696 for schedule

WEBSITE: www.mininghallof fame.org CONTACT: (719) 486-3927

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skiing and snowboarding history including Camp Hale’s World War II 10th Mountain Division skiing soldiers, historic resorts and Hall of Fame. WEBSITE: skimuseum.net CONTACT: (970) 476-1876

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is now a Colorado State Park. Enjoy an easy hike to the top to view the falls from above. Camping, fishing and picnic grounds are situated on Rifle Creek. WEBSITE: www.parks.state.co.us/parks/riflefalls/Pages/ RifleFallsHome.aspx CONTACT: (970) 625-1607

COLORADO SKI & SNOWBOARD MUSEUM WHERE: Vail Parking Structure, 231 S. Frontage Rd East WHEN: Open daily TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. COST: $2 per person

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WHEN: Mid-May – Mid-September TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily COST: $1 adults, children are free WHAT: Eagle County history from Ute territory to

October – April: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

SILT HISTORICAL PARK

EAGLE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM WHERE: Located in Eagle, Colorado just south of I-70

October – April: Mon & Thurs - Sat

TIME: May – September: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., COST: $4 Adults

WHERE: 707 Orchard Avenue WHEN: Open Tues.- Sat. from May to October TIME: 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. COST: Free, donations appreciated WHAT: Eight buildings used during the early 1900’s

Enjoy a pleasant tour by bicycle that begins in Aspen’s Victorian West End, loops through the grounds of the Aspen Institute and winds though original Lift One.

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WHERE: 1001 Colorado Avenue, Glenwood Springs WHEN: May – September: Mon – Sat,

artist Grant Ballin, listing miners killed in the Vulcan Mine explosion. The statue was commissioned by the Town of New Castle in 2004. WEBSITE: www.newcastlecolorado.org

WEBSITE: www.fs.fed.us/r2/whiteriver/rangerdistricts/ eagle_holycross/index.shtml

CONTACT: Holy Cross Ranger District, White River National Forest (970) 827-5715

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www.RoaringForkStudioTour.org

I assisted with design/layout on projects and programmed website and newsletters.

www.RoaringForkStudioTour.org

artists:/ SIGNATURE CARD Collect Artist Signatures while on the Tour. Bring this card with 5 signatures to the Gala and be entered to win a one-hour massage.

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37 mile round trip, with options to shorten • Start in downtown Aspen and head to studios 27 and 28 in the west end.

33 mile loop • Head downvalley from Carbondale on the Rio Grande bike path. Turn in at Aspen Glen to visit Studio 3.

• Head out of town over McClain Flats, stopping at Studio 26.

• Return to the bike path and continue downvalley to Cattle Creek Rd. (CR 113). Cross Highway 82 and head up Cattle Creek Rd. (storage units and stone yard on either side of Cattle Creek Rd.).

• Continue downvalley on the Rio Grande bike path to the Old Snowmass Conoco. Cross over highway 82 and head into Old Snowmass. Take a right at the T intersection on Capitol Creek Road. Turn Right into Little Elk Creek neighborhood to visit studios 25 and 25.

• Take a break at Studio 17 and 18, just before and after the intersection of CR112 respectively.

Extra credit: begin or end your ride a couple miles toward Independence Pass at Studio 29. Adds 5 miles.

• Head upvalley on Fender Lane, stopping at Studios 20 and 21.

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• Drop down to Woody Creek and check out Studios 22 and 23 just past the Woody Creek Tavern. (turn around here for a 16 mile round trip)

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• Stop at Studio 19 (across from the Fire House).

available for your next event; and we Cater!

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silent auction, live music, tapas and art

• Head down El Jebel Rd. and circle back to Carbondale on the Rio Grande bike path.

32 mile round trip • Ride from Carbondale to Redstone on highway 133 taking short detours to visit Studios 14, 15 and 16 along the way (some dirt roads to access studios).

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Thank you to all our Carbondale Community School parent volunteers. We couldn’t do it without you!

And don’t forget the Mad Hatter pre-Gala hat-making extravaganza 4:00, SAW Artist Collective

The MUST ATTEND art event of the year Tickets are $35 at the door, $30 purchased in advance

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• Festive libations • Huge art auction

• Silent auction: 100s of items including trips and luxury services Highlights From the Silent Auction Include: - Art from the Studio Tour artists

- Restaurants throughout the valley

- 1 week in a beach house in Belize

- Adventure activities: kayaking, horseback riding

- 1 week in a private house in Greece

- Kids summer classes

- Aspen Lodging

- Health and beauty services

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24 ......... Laura Smith

10 .......... Colby June

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26 ......... April Brooks

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NOELHOUSE CREATIVE PROJECTS Various promotional products, including websites, brochures, business sets, monthly newsletters and more. I assisted with design/layout on projects and programmed Home Show.

www.TerryHaleJoshuaCo.com

www.HomeShowAspen.com

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october/november 2012 | For the employees of cincinnati children’s Hospital medical center

Cincinnati Children’s Cuts Prices on Select Services In this election year, no one can predict what healthcare reform is going to look like. But one thing is certain – the cost of care is rising, as are the costs of insurance premiums and deductibles. The issue is of national concern, affecting employees and employers across the country, including Cincinnati Children’s. Caregivers here report that families are asking more questions about costs, and in some cases, rethinking elective surgeries for their child, hoping another round of antibiotics will hold off the need for ear tubes or a tonsillectomy.

Part of the Solution

For years, Cincinnati Children’s has been leading the way to take costs out of the healthcare system by preventing hospitalacquired infections, improving patient flow, reducing re-admissions and implementing other quality measures. It’s been an effective strategy that provides better, safer care for patients, minimizes hospitalization times and maximizes the use of our resources so we can treat more kids. But we recognize that we need to do more. In July, Cincinnati Children’s froze its pharmacy prices. And on Oct. 1, the medical center reduced prices by 10 percent for 255

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old. Garcia served as the director of Trauma at the time. Things are no different today, according to Garcia. Though Cincinnati homicides have decreased from 72 to 66 from 2010 to 2011, the homicide rate has remained consistently high for the past decade. Cincinnati leads Ohio with 21.6 deaths per 100,000 residents, as reported by the Cincinnati Police Department. That’s four times the national average of 5.3. “For the life of me, when I went into pediatric surgery, I never thought I’d be dealing with this issue,” he said. Exploring deeper, Garcia looked at the work of sociologists, including Rob Sampson at Harvard University. Sampson made an association between homicides and infant deaths and studied the striking similarities in

Marsha Lee-White, Mason Campus/Speech Pathology Jennifer Merritt, RN, Post Anesthesia Care Unit Jay Moskovitz, Radiology Informatics Nancy Sawtell, PhD, Infectious Diseases

their geographic concentrations. Garcia found a similar clustering pattern in Cincinnati with 15 YEARS not only homicides and infant mortality, but Jennifer Boberschmidt, RN, Post Anesthesia Care mass Unit also with asthma, high school dropouts, Denise Brockman, Scheduling Center incarceration, obesity and diabetes. Carol Dane, RN, Drug and Poison Information “It started developing a picture for me,” Garcia Center Gordon, said. “For the first time in modernMary history, the Liberty Campus/Post Anesthesia Care Unit illnesses that are affecting us, and particularly Karen Hines, Health Information Management children, are not a consequence ofPaulette infections Hisle, Heart Institute Christina Kelly, RN, Clinical Information but of social economic determinants.” Systems Education and Support Garcia took a closer at the causeTaland Laor, MD, Radiology effect of social, cultural, environmental andMisch, Chemistry Catherine Darice Morgan, RN-CNP, Advanced Practice economic issues on Cincinnati’s core urban Nurses neighborhoods. Michael Pauciulo, Human Genetics For example, dilapidated housing Jerome Pressley, Protective Services Grace Rolf, RN, Child Life and Integrative Care contributes to asthma. Asthma accounts Melissa Ross, Health Information Management for more school absenteeism thanAnna any other Yamson, Pharmacy chronic disease; 60 percent of students miss school annually due to respiratory10 symptoms. YEARS Kirti Agrawal, Behavioral Medicine/Clinical (Continued on Page 5)

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Psychology Rosemary Bender, Neurology Janet Betts, Psychiatry http://centerlink.com Anne Blackmore, RN, Hematology Christy Brown, Microbiology

A Moment in History

Cincinnati, Ohio Permit No. 4167

Milestones

CoreChange: A New Path to Health Witnessing an escalation in the number of children coming to Cincinnati Children’s with gunshot wounds, Victor Garcia, MD, General Pediatrics and Thoracic Surgery, asked why. That question set him on a journey in 2006 which led him to think differently about how to address violence and, more largely, community health. Garcia shared his journey at the Comprehensive Children’s Injury Center lecture held recently, along with the resulting strategic initiative he pioneered to improve the health of families in the urban core — CoreChange. Setting the scene in 2006, Garcia described how Cincinnati was experiencing an exponential increase in homicides. Cincinnati Children’s had a 300 percent increase in casualties coming in. The patients were also getting even younger, averaging about 13 years

Children’s Hospital Medical Center MLC 9012

3333 Burnet Avenue specific services. This Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039 change affects urgent care visits, radiology procedures, lab tests and therapy visits – services that were involved in over one million patient encounters last year. The medical center is able to take this step because of the Value Initiative. By increasing efficiency and consolidating our Congratulations to the following employees who celebrate milestone service anniversaries in January: purchasing power, we The cost of often-used radiology procedures (e.g., X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds and realized substantial Elizabeth Burstein, Psychiatry 35 YEARS MRIs) have been reduced by 10 percent. Rhonda Cardin, PhD, Infectious Diseases savings, a portion of Judith Davis, Epic Kelli Clarkson, PharmD, Pharmacy which will now be passed Dennis Eling, sometimes require sedation for procedures an RPh, Home Care Pharmacy Shareen Cox, Clinical Pharmacology on to the community, e.g., patients, families, Janice Dance, RN, A7 North and South/ adult can tolerate while awake. As30 a result, YEARS Neurology and Neuroscience payors and businesses that provide healthcare fewer procedures can be performed in a day. Margie Koehn, Trauma Center Nicole Enderle, Sterile Processing and benefits to their employees. Says Michael Fisher, “Healthcare is Lonnemann, RN, Otolaryngology Center Teresa Distribution The remainder of savings will be re-invested Stacy Eversole, RN, A6 North/Adolescent complicated – a fact I’ve come to appreciate 25 YEARS Medicine in the organization for future development. even more in my two years as president Terri Feist,Neurology Scott Hamlin, Chief Operating Officer and CEO. Reducing our prices for selectedLemons, A7 Central Arin Fletcher-Bulluck, Clinical Translational Jeanette Research Center Melinda McDulin, services will benefit a lot of people, but we still Customer Service Kids Cost More Merry Jo Ford, RN, GI Transplant Lynne O’Donnell, RN, Home Care have more work to do. We’re serious about Children’s hospitals, in general, face steeper Robert Frayer, Human Resources Charles Schubert, MD, Emergency Medicine Shauna Freiberger, RN, Liberty Campus/ addressing quality, safety and costs, and we’reMD, Otolaryngology Sally Shott, challenges relating to cost containment, since Emergency Department passionate about making sure we’re here in the pediatric care is more expensive than adult Joshua Germann, Echocardiology 20 YEARS long run for the children who need us.” care. Children use more staff resources and William Gibbons Jr., Human Genetics

Elke Grassman, PhD, Experimental Hematology and Cancer Biology Damika Harris, College Hill Moira Hecker, RN, Otolaryngology Center Mary Jo Hutchins, RN, Hospice Gaehl Hutchinson, Materials Management Cynthia Jennings, Neurology Carrie Keneipp, Customer Service Amanda Klaiber, Drug and Poison Information Center Charles Klanke, Fetal Therapy Beth Kline-Fath, MD, Radiology Stephanie Laake, RN, A6 Central Eric Mailloux, RN, Liberty Campus/ Emergency Department Emily Martin, Neonatology and Pulmonary Biology Angela Nienaber, RN, A6 Central Eileen O’Hare, Center for Professional Excellence-Education Joseph Previte, MD, Anesthesia Heather Reffitt, Speech Pathology Jill Rogers, RN, B5/Critical Care Keiana Rogers, Specialty Resource Unit Carol Russell, Development Melissa Saladonis, Government Relations Aaron Saunders, RRT, Respiratory Care Diane Skierkiewicz, RN-CNP, Advanced Practice Nurses Janine Stockmeier, Veterinary Services Angela Upton, Psychiatry Irina Villavicencio, RN, Same Day Surgery Terri Wallace, Human Genetics Myrna Wiedeman, RN, Urology and Nephrology Center

JANUARY 2013 | For the employees of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Medicaid Community Care Delivery Network: Terry Lindquist Gets Us on our Way

In this photograph from 1989, William Balistreri, MD, helps blow out the birthday candles for liver transplant patient Joaquin Lopez, age 2. Balistreri, who had done his residency and fellowship training at Cincinnati Children’s (1970-1974), returned in 1978 as director of the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition. He is recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on pediatric gastroenterology and liver disease in children. With pediatric transplant surgeon Frederick Ryckman, MD (standing in back), Balistreri established the Pediatric Liver Care Center in 1985 to provide outstanding diagnostic evaluation, medical and surgical treatment, and a team approach to care. The Pediatric Liver Care Center began offering liver transplantation in 1986. Before Joaquin’s first birthday, his family moved to Cincinnati from Puerto Rico so that he could be treated at the Pediatric Liver Care Center.

’Round the Center is an employee publication of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, produced by the Department of Marketing and Communications, MLC 9012, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 3333 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039, 513-636-4420. To give us your feedback or request additional or fewer copies of this newsletter, email us at roundthecenter@cchmc.org. EDITOR Cindy Duesing CONTRIBUTORS Karyn Enzweiler Volume 49, Issue 1

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We’ve all read that healthcare reform will mean changes in how healthcare is delivered and paid. While Cincinnati Children’s will experience many of those changes, one thing will not change – our vision of being the leader in improving child health and our mission to provide the best outcomes, experience and value for patients and families. That’s the message Terry Lindquist, our new assistant vice president in Revenue Cycle Management and executive director of Cincinnati Children’s new Medicaid network, wants employees to know. Lindquist, who joined the medical center in October, previously served as regional vice president of network strategy and innovation for United HealthCare. She and a yet-tobe-named medical director are charged with creating and leading the medical center’s Medicaid network targeted at the Ohio Medicaid children in our region. For Cincinnati Children’s, this population will be the approximately 180,000 children enrolled in Medicaid who live in eight counties in the southwest Ohio region. They are: • Hamilton • Adams • Butler • Brown • Warren • Clinton • Clermont • Highland Under our newest strategic goal of Community Care Delivery, this network will focus on three objectives: 1. Improving the overall health of the Ohio Medicaid population 2. Reducing the rate of growth in per capita cost of care 3. Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction) The payment to this developing network will be tied to accomplishing these goals.

How It Works

Due to both budgetary constraints and the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, the state of Ohio has streamlined its Medicaid program and selected five health

Terry Lindquist will be busy building Cincinnati Children’s new Medicaid network so it’s ready by July 1.

plans to provide coverage across the state. Cincinnati Children’s is organizing a network of providers that will subcontract with these five plans to provide the care for the pediatric populations they cover (ages 0-19) in our eight-county region. The program is capitated, which means we will receive a fixed amount of money for each child every year (paid on a monthly basis). If the cost of care for a child exceeds that fixed amount, we are responsible for the overage. If the costs of care are less than that fixed amount, we keep the difference and can use that to address other CCHMC priorities. “It’s a risk arrangement,” says Lindquist, “so we will be managing those dollars very carefully.” Cincinnati Children’s Medicaid network will bear our logo (and a name still to be determined), but it will include other healthcare organizations and providers. We’ll also see patients from Kentucky and Indiana on a fee-for-service basis, the same as it is now. Likewise, children covered by Ohio Medicaid who reside outside of the eight-county area will continue to be seen on a fee-for-service arrangement. (Continued on Page 3)

Construction Update: Improvements Provide Better Experience Walk into the newly renovated dining area of the Burnet Campus cafeteria, and you may feel as if you’ve been transported to Panera. The atmosphere begs you to relax and reconnect in one of many high-back booths or café tables, while the concentric shapes create a fresh look and help you flow through the space. Investments, like the cafeteria renovation, create a friendlier environment for patients and families that are changing the medical center and proving worthwhile. The changes shift the experience you get when you walk in the door and fill the need for more inpatient beds, more parking, and improved accessibility and navigation. “Pre- and post-measurement of patient and staff experience, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in satisfaction,” said Bill Kent, senior vice president, Infrastructure and Operations. By understanding the specific affect the environment has on families and understanding how it impacts the ability of staff to meet their needs, Cincinnati Children’s can make strategic decisions about where to stretch the dollars to make the most impact, said interior design consultant Mary Dietrich, Kolar Design. Look inside on p. 2 to see some of the newly transformed spaces, where they are now and the projects yet to come.

www.ReeseHenry.com A second Perlman Center opened at Mason Campus in August and offers therapy and community support to children with significant physical disabilities to help them achieve independence. In 2013, the medical office building at Mason will undergo a multiphase renovation.

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NOELHOUSE CREATIVE PROJECTS Various promotional products, including websites, brochures, business sets, monthly newsletters and more. I assisted with design/layout on projects and programmed websites.

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www.100Daisies.com

www.TashaTheLoveCoach.com

www.DancingColoursStudio.com

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YOUTHZONE Noelhouse Creative/b2 Inc.: Projects inluded brochures, print ads, rack cards and various promotional materials. I assisted with layout of projects. Took over projects in 2011.

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2011 – 2012 ACTUAL EXPENSES $1,236,612

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Administrative $136,027 (11%)

In Kind $81,361 (7%)

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A YouthZone Program YouthZone is looking for the best Pals Mentors from Glenwood Springs to Parachute. Pals Mentoring provides an opportunity for adults and teens to play a role in shaping a young person’s future. One of the longest running mentoring programs in Western Colorado, Pals Mentoring has been successfully matching children with adult and teen mentors for more than 30 years.

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YouthZone 803 School Street Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.9300 www.YouthZone.com

No special skills are required. Just do what you do! • Mentors can be either an adult or teen 15 years of age or older. • Feel good about making a difference in a young person’s life • Learn new things about yourself • Have fun and enjoy the community involvement • Benefit from ongoing training and support from YouthZone

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Managed by an independent Board of Directors, the funds at YouthZone Foundation are invested under the guidelines of an investment policy that provides goals for growth and limitations of risk, allowing the fund to distribute earnings back to YouthZone operations annually. This opportunity for growth is what attracts so many generous donors to our mission of providing a financial legacy to the youth, families, and communities we serve.

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YouthZone Foundation was established to provide an additional source of sustainability to YouthZone operations. Recognizing the invaluable—and measurable—impact YouthZone has in our communities, YouthZone Foundation has received contributions that are approaching our first million dollar goal. We hope to exceed that during our Anniversary year!

Since 1976, YouthZone has provided opportunities for all youth to be responsible, contributing members of society.

YouthZone Programs & Services

How You Can Help

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YouthZone serves youth, ages 6-18 years, from Aspen to Parachute. We see each young person as a multifaceted human being with many needs, desires, interests, and motivations. To meet their diverse needs, YouthZone provides each youth with an individualized, comprehensive program. • Parent Consultation • Advocacy and Counseling Counseling: individual and family Family Mediation Youth Advocacy Youth Assessment • Parent Education Love and Logic Parenting Parenting Through Divorce Tailored Parent Education: specific to parents needs • Mentoring Pals Mentoring Program • Groups Drug/Alcohol Education Girls’ Circle and Boys’ Council • Community Justice Restorative Justice • Presentations • Court Services Court Assessment Deferred Sentencing Diversion in Municiple, County, and District Court Case Management SB-94 Services throughout the 9th Judicial District Useful Public Service Detention Intervention

Bequests: A family can bequest to the YouthZone

□ I am pleased to inform you that I am a member of the LEGACY CLUB. I have included the YouthZone Foundation in the following:

Foundation certain personal property or real estate, a specific sum of money or a percentage of estate assets. This can be for a designated purpose. We have sample “will clauses” available on request.

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Retirement Funds:

Retirement funds may be the most significant asset for many families. Individuals may name the YouthZone Foundation as a beneficiary for all or any portion of funds remaining at death.

□ Send me more information on how I can become a member of the YouthZone Foundation LEGACY CLUB

Life Insurance: A relatively small commitment can translate to a significant gift. You can transfer ownership of an existing policy and make the YouthZone Foundation the owner and irrevocable beneficiary. You receive a tax deduction for the surrender value of the policy, or the annual premiums paid on the policy. Upon death, all proceeds will pass directly to the YouthZone Foundation. A life insurance gift may include all or a percentage of a new or existing policy to the YouthZone Foundation.

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giving by becoming eligible for tax and estate planning advantages. Donors also benefit from knowing their gift will ensure the continued presence of YouthZone in our community, helping to build a better tomorrow for our children and families. Specialists are available to explain more fully each of these gift plans, and to assist you in meeting your financial needs and desires.

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Invest in our communities’ young people and enjoy immeasurable growth.

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803 School Street Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.9300 phone 970.945.8924 fax

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136 East 12th Street Rifle, CO 81650 970.625.3141 phone 970.625.9532 fax

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By Appointment 970.625.3141 phone

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Collective Success

Bringing Together People and Processes through Collaboration

Advantage Branding Group: Projects included identity design, website, Wordpress blog, tradeshow materials, print and web ads, brochures, factsheets and additional promotional materials.

An AEC Industry Perspective

Integrated Project delivery (IPD), design-build, joint ventures and other alternative project delivery models built around collaboration and knowledge sharing, can put a lot of stress on a company culture that does not readily embrace these principles. The greatest impact to the success or failure of such a project starts with an organization’s ability to align its culture with the technology, resources, processes, and collaboration tools needed to build mutual trust throughout the project team. Often cultures of tradition fall back on bad habits rather than take the time to assess their cultural limitations and commit to the needed leadership, process and technology changes to ensure success. Join Matt Pfohl, Executive Vice President of Sopris Systems and Ted Kempf, Director of Service Industry for Microsoft for a discussion of the current drivers of change in the AEC industry, the cultural challenges to successfully addressing the market’s changing needs and the role of technology as an enabler for success in accomplishing sustainable change. This session will also include an interactive roundtable discussion of how leading AEC industry firms are taking on the challenges of enterprise collaboration and improving their ability to adapt to changing market requirements through better change management strategies, flexible processes, and agile technology. Microsoft will give a brief update on their current capabilities and future direction as it relates to the AEC industry and enabling enterprise and partner collaboration.

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Event Details Date: November 21, 2013 Time: 12:00p.m. -1:30p.m. Phone: (952) 832-8081 For questions regarding the event: 303-974-7537

Location: Microsoft 3601 76th St. West, Suite 600 Edina, MN 55435 Centennial Lakes Office Park

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Hosting Services Sopris Systems along with its Hosting Partners can provide a comprehensive hosted solution for your application needs and would remain your single point of contact for all issues, application or infrastructure.

Empoweryourteamtomaximizeefficiencies,manageperformance,andimprovedataaccuracy.With SoprisSystems’MobileFieldManagementSolution, ,youcanstreamlineplanning, tracking,datacollection,anddecision-makingattheofficeandinthefield. Real-Time Information Gives You A Competitive Advantage ▪ Role-tailored reports, alerts, and customized performance scorecards. Ensure activities and projects stay on track with Role Centers with personalized views so employees can work faster and smarter. ▪ Enhanced customer service. Optimize your resources with automated planning for work orders; real-time utilization reports; actual versus budget figures; and quicker response times. ▪ Improvedoperationalefficiency. Save time and reduce errors with integrated processing that minimizes data entry and helps ensure the availability of accurate, real-time information across your business. ▪ Automated testing and observation reporting. Field metadata is entered into a tablet REAL TIME and visible to the project record immediately, ready for reporting. Real-time pass/ fail results in the field with automatic scheduling for retest. ▪ Enterprise collaboration. Keep the office and the field in sync. Provide greater freedom and ease of access to information anytime, anywhere—from remote offices to job sites or client locations. Microsoft Technologies Provide a Proven, Scalable Foundation is built on the highly-scalable and affordable Microsoft technology platform that provides a rich industry foundation for engineering and construction firms. GetUpandRunningQuicklywiththePerformanceAcceleratorStarterPack Sopris Systems can help you mobilize and integrate your field operations and get on the fast track to increased revenue and profitability. Sopris Systems’ Performance Accelerator Starter Pack provides everything you need to get up and running fast. Go to www.soprissystems.com/geospec.html to learn more.

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Cloud Computing: Cloud computing, also known as hosting, provides the power to work from virtually anywhere, anytime, and on any device with simple, realtime communication solutions – while nearly eliminating IT infrastructure and overhead.

As part of our hosting services, Sopris Systems and its Hosting Partner provides the following services and components: • Hardware (Dedicated Server) To Run the Applications – All necessary hardware for the solution at the data center. Maintenance of the equipment is handled by Sopris Systems or its Hosting Partner so that the client does not need to worry about broken components or repair contracts. • Operating System and Database Licenses – Sopris Systems will provide all necessary licenses for Operating System, Terminal Services and SQL Server. • Monitoring Services – Sopris Systems and its Hosting Partner will monitor your configuration 24x7x365 to help achieve maximum availability of your applications. This monitoring is also proactive in nature to help identify issues before they cause business disruption. • Backup and Recovery Services – Sopris Systems backs up your data according to industry standards and helps you recover key data in the event of user error. • Security and Other Protection – Sopris Systems helps you implement security measures that help prevent unauthorized access to your data. Virus scanning and service pack installations help to ensure that your systems are less vulnerable to attack by unwanted individuals. There are many benefits to having your applications hosted and managed by Sopris Systems and its Hosting Partners. Among those benefits are: • Greater Reliability – Hosting can offer reliability of over 99%. Greater uptime results in greater productivity. In addition, hosting provides better disaster recovery options (backups, contingency plans, etc.) than most companies can provide on their own. • Greater Security – Hosting solutions are created with the intention of providing access to those who should have it, while keeping out those who should not. The implementation of firewalls, proxy servers, and other security measures are areas of expertise that Sopris Systems and its Hosting Partners bring to the table. This expertise does not often reside at most company’s sites. • Higher Performance – Hosting typically provides advanced monitoring and optimization of the applications and systems that they host. This allows smaller companies to have the same level of high performance that is afforded to large companies without the high cost. • Fewer Issues with Internal Staffing – Because Sopris Systems and its Hosting Partner handles the infrastructure necessary to support the applications, internal staff can focus on tasks that are more related to the business needs of the company. This allows the customer to focus on what they do best, while Sopris Systems focuses on what they do best. • Lower Costs Over Life of Contract – While the cost of a hosted solution may appear slightly higher, the total costs are actually lower when costs of hidden items (labor, staffing, procurement, etc.) are included. • Greater Scalability – A typical implementation may require broad changes as a company grows at a rate larger than expected. Sopris Systems can provide a hosted solution that is well suited to take on additional users and/or applications.

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• Gain insight into operational processes. Save time and reduce errors with integrated processing that minimizes data reentry and helps ensure the availability of accurate, realtime information across your business.

Your organization can easily create agreements tailored to customer requirements, automatically generate work orders, and help ensure timely compliance with commitments within an integrated environment. Work orders and tasks are automatically scheduled and pushed to your technician’s device, allowing real time field automation. Onsite technicians can open up a task to perform the required test or inspection—and capture a customer’s signature via an electronic signoff, eliminating the need for paper-based processes.

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Microsoft Technologies GeoSpec is built on Microsoft Dynamics AX, a highlyscalable and affordable Microsoft enterprise platform. Microsoft Dynamics AX delivers a rich industry foundation for our vertical application to service project-based firms. The Dynamics AX platform is a foundation of integrated, adaptable business management solutions that enables our clients to make business decisions with the greatest confidence.

Microsoft Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Mobile Field Management Software for Project-Based Firms

Using familiar Microsoft software, Microsoft Dynamics AX makes a new implementation easy. From MS SQL Server to the family of Microsoft office products, Microsoft technology is utilized throughout GeoSpec. Proven technology and user familiarity make GeoSpec a winning combination.

Smart businesses like predictability in revenue and cost structure, near and long term. Cloud computing provides a predictable cost model for excellent business planning.

Role Centers and Dashboards to Track Order Status Ensure that work orders and projects stay on track with Role Centers that present relevant tasks and information in a personalized view so employees work smarter and faster. Project Managers can find, visualize, and track key data using Role- Tailored reports, alerts, and customized performance scorecards. Using Role Centers, project managers and supervisors gain a comprehensive view of their organization, easily tracking open work order requests and receiving automatic alerts for customer issues. With a complete view of operations, project managers and owners make decisions faster, improving business success, and increasing profitability in the office—or on the job site.

If your current vendors can’t — or won’t — fill the gaps in functionality or in service, it’s time to find a solution that can meet all of your organization’s requirements. Now more than ever, businesses need an advantage over the competition, whether your focus is improving customer service or fine tuning your bottom line.

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GeoSpec Systems and Microsoft solutions can help you do just that by providing support for industryspecific and operational demands across your enterprise. Join GeoSpec Systems and Microsoft for two must-see sessions at the CIO Council Symposium. (The 24/7 Firm and Enterprise Content Management) Stop by booth 110 and meet our team, see our demonstrations —and enter our drawing to win a Microsoft Surface. We look forward to meeting you at the ACEC Spring Convention.

Real Time Information. Now! Reduce time spent on manual and paper-based processes and eliminate non-productive downtime between work order requests. Test results are ENTERED ONE TIME, IN REAL TIME and uploaded immediately to the customer record, ready for reporting.

Web based solutions are about focusing on business growth, not business problems. GeoSpec, using a cloud IT platform, allows easy scaling of volume use, up or down, depending on business demands.

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Sun 10/21 15’s, 16’s 17’s, 18’s Open Gym 4-6 p.m. @BMHS

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PLEASE RETURN BY: July 20, 2012 Checks can be made payable to The Young Professionals of Green County. All sponsorship and donations are tax-deductible.

VailVolleyball.org

Sun 10/21 12’s, 13’s, 14’s Tryouts 1-4 p.m. @BMHS

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2012-13 Season

Wed 10/24 12’s, 13’s, 14’s Signing Night VailVolleyball.org 7:30 p.m. @BMHS

VVC Multi-Day Indoor Volleyball

• 1st season VVC will be RMR Classic tournament site (region-wide)

CAMPS

Fri 10/26 12’s, 13’s, 14’s “Girls’ Night In” Season Kick-Off Event 6-9:30 p.m. @HPS Aux June 12-14 (W, R, F) $100 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. VVC Middle School Skills Camp Registration Deadline: Fri. June 7 Sun 10/28 12’s, 13’s, 14’s Practices Begin Taught by highly qualified and certified VVC staff, this camp will cover movement, skills, and tactics fundamentals for entry level and experienced middle school players. Mon 10/29 15’s, 16’s 17’s, 18’s Open Gym 7-9 p.m. @TBD July 16-18 (T, W, R) $120 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sun 12 11/4 15’s, 16’s 17’s, 18’s Tryouts VVC High School Tactics Camp Registration Deadline: Fri. July 1-4 p.m. @TBD VVC coaches, who taught their 2013 club teams to compete at the highest level of performance in the Central Rockies, will teach tactics, game planning, and execution at 15’s, 16’s 17’s, 18’s Signing Day Sun reactions 11/11 to an advanced level, helping athletes improve their thinking and on-court better 4 p.m. @TBD contribute to high school programs. August 14-16 (W, R, F) $100 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Mon 11/12 15’s, 16’s 17’s, 18’s Practices Begin VVC Middle School Skills Camp Registration Deadline: Fri. August 9 VailVolleyball.org A great end-of-summer tune-up for middle school volleyball athletes looking to kick off their fall sports season. A reprise of the June middle school camp with even more emphasis on repetitions.

• 3 levels of competition for 12’s, 13’s, and 14’s: Local Play: $350/player , 1 practice/week, November - March West: $750/player, 2 practices/week, November - April Regional: $1700/player, Western Colorado Showcase, RMR Showdown, Colorado Crossroads

VailVolleyball.org

• 15’s, 16’s, 17’s, and 18’s Tournament Offerings: Western Colorado Showcase, RMR Classic, RMR Showdown, Omaha President’s Day Classic*, Colorado Crossroads, Junior National Qualifier*, Mizuno Northern Lights Qualifier*, Diggin’ it in Durango*, USA Junior Nationals, Patriot Division* *voted on by team

Register online at vailvolleyball.org by the registration deadlines. Additional indoor volleyball camp opportunities: California State Bakersfield Camp, Aug. 1-3 @ EVHS (links to register on vailvolleyball.org)

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


ADVANTAGE BRANDING GROUP PROJECTS Various promotional products, including websites, brochures, business cards, decals, flyers, apparel, signage, ads and more. I was responsible for design/layout and programming websites.

Mickey Spillane

350 w. 49th st

(corner of 49th st and 9th ave)

new york, ny 10019 212.600.1672

Hans Lauridsen

President (480) 586-7312 warbirdmuseum@gmail.com

www.lauridsenaviationmuseum.com

www.LindaWylie.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


AMERICAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DAY (AREDAY) DeMay Designs, llc: Annual summit event requiring various print and web materials including website, web banner ads, print ads, newspaper wrapper, posters, program, addendum, postcards, signage and additional promotional items. I am the sole designer for this project.

Film2013 Fest

All Films are free, open to the general public & suitable for children. *Films and times are subject to change.

All Donations go to support ACELI

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15TH 10 am - 4 pm

FRIDAY, AUGUST 16TH

Paepcke Auditorium

10 am - 6 pm

1000 N. Third St., Aspen, CO 81612 10:00 am

The focus of the film is the story underlying the most influential and electrifying photograph to come out of the Vietnam War – the image of a South Vietnamese police officer shooting a Vietcong prisoner in the head – and how the picture transformed the lives of Eddie Adams, who captured the moment on film, and Nguyen Ngoc Loan, the man who pulled the trigger.

10:15 am

DEAR GOVERNOR CUOMO (75 min.) Director John Bowermaster

In May of 2012 a coalition of musicians, scientists and activists gathered in Albany on the governor’s front doorstep, calling for a ban on hydraulicfracturing. The film that resulted from the night – a unique blend of “The Last Waltz” and “An Inconvenient Truth” – was written and directed by Jon Bowermaster and filmed under the direction of Academy Award winning doc-maker Alex Gibney.

12:15 pm

Conversation and Q & A with the Director Moderator Eric Ringsby BIDDER 70 (70 min.) Directors George and Beth Gage

In 2008, University of Utah economics student Tim DeChristopher committed an act which would redefine patriotism in our time, igniting a spirit of civil disobedience in the name of climate justice. Follow Tim, Bidder 70, from college student to incarcerated felon. Redefine justice for yourself. Choose your side.

1:30 pm

Conversation and Q & A with the Director Moderator Eric Ringsby

2:00 pm

WINGS OF LIFE (77 min.) Director Louie Schwartzberg From Disneynature, comes “Wings of Life” – a stunning adventure full of intrigue, drama and mesmerizing beauty. Narrated by Meryl Streep, this intimate and unprecedented look at butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and flowers is a celebration of life, as a third of the world’s food supply depends on these incredible – and increasingly threatened – creatures.

3:30 pm

on Mill & Main Moderator: Joanie Klar

10:00 am

ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM (2 min.) Director Travis Fulton

Young Voices PLANT FOR THE PLANET Presents the 3 following shorts by kids in action. youngvoicesfortheplanet.com

DREAMING IN GREEN (6 min.) OLIVIA’S OIL SPILL (6 min.) GREAT BARRINGTON Local food for the schools (6 min.)

Conversation and Q & A with the Director Moderator Eric Ringsby

10:30 am

11:45 am

Pitkin County Library

SAIGON 68 (17 min.) Director Douglas Sloan

10:20 am

Q & A with producer/director/writer/ illustrator LYNNE CHERRY

11:00 am

FORKS OVER KNIVES (70 min.) Q & A – Martin Oswald, Pryramid Bistro

12:30 pm

SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL Trailer (5 min.) Q & A – Deborah Koons Garcia

Author of the Great Kapok Tree

Directed Future of Food

1:00 pm

SHATTERED SKY (55 min.) Steve Durst and Dan Evans

2:30 pm

WHAT ONE MAN CAN DO (17 min.) Q & A – Joanie Klar

3:00 pm

THE BONOBO CONNECTION Trailer (2 min.) Irene A. Magafan

4:30 pm

DAVID AMRAM: THE FIRST 80 YEARS(93 min.) Lawrence Kraman

4:45 pm

WILD HORSES AND RENEGADES Trailer (10 min.) James Kleinert

5:00 pm

IN SEARCH OF THE FUTURE (60 min.) By local filmmaker Connie Marlow

10th Annual AREDAY Summit

The Elephant in the Room is a short film created as an educational tool created to enlighten people around the world in a visual manner about the impacts of ivory poaching.

3:35 pm

August 15-18, 2013 | Aspen, CO The Doerr-Hosier Center

Conversation and Q & A with the Director Moderator Eric Ringsby Eric Ringsby

Advancing Clean Energy: Transition to a Sustainable Global Economy Join the conversation at America’s premiere renewable energy networking event, featuring world leaders from both the public and private sectors in technology development and deployment, finance, investment and government.

www.AREDAY.net 10th Annual AREDAY Summit August 15-18, 2013 | Aspen, CO The Doerr-Hosier Center

Advancing Clean Energy: Transition to a Sustainable Global Economy What is Areday?

10th Annual AREDAY Summit August 15-18, 2013 | Aspen, CO The Doerr-Hosier Center

• A pioneering renewable energy conference begun in 2004 • High-level dialogue and discussion that focuses on innovative ways to make the necessary transition to an environmentally and economically sound future • A gathering of top leaders and thinkers in energy, science, business, education and the arts to network, collaborate and commit to action around the critical issues of energy, climate change and the economy • An annual project of AREI (American Renewable Energy Institute) • AREI also sponsors ACELI (American Climate & Literacy Initiative), which is creating an educational curriculum for community colleges, based on the science of climate and energy

Also Don’t Miss:

Ted Turner Turner Enterprises

Edgar Bronfman Jr. Global Thermostat

Dr. Sylvia Earle Mission Blue

Gen. Wesley Clark Growth Energy

Rev. Jesse Jackson Rainbow Push Coalition

AREDAY Film Fest

August 15-18, 2013 | Aspen, CO The Doerr-Hosier Center

Paepcke Auditorium 10am - 4pm A collection of environmental films featuring Wings of Life, Bidder 70, and Dear Governor Cuomo. $10 Donation Suggested, Open to the Public

Advancing Clean Energy: Transition to a Sustainable Global Economy

Early summit registration and opening reception to follow.

Friday, August 16th - 18th

AREDAY Summit

The Doerr-Hosier Center 8am - 5:30pm Featuring speakers such as Ted Turner, Dr. Sylvia Earle, T. Boone Pickens, Edgar Bronfman Jr., Gen. Wesley Clark, Amory Lovins, Graciela Chichilnisky, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, Leilani Munter, Lester Brown, Kelly Rigg, Bill Ritter, and more...

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE DIALOGUE FOR THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY AREDAY SUMMIT!

Gala Reception to benefit ACELI will be held Saturday evening. More information to follow. Tickets sold separately.

When & Where? • Thursday through Sunday, August 15-18, 2013, Aspen, Colorado • AREDAY Summit - Friday-Sunday, Doerr-Hosier Center, Aspen Meadows Resort • AREDAY Film Fest – Thursday & Friday (free), Paepcke Auditorium • AREDAY Expo - Sunday (free) with speakers, music, exhibits, demonstrations at Wagner Park and on the Cooper St. Mall

Who Attends? • Speakers and panelists include Ted Turner, T. Boone Pickens, General Wesley Clark, Amory Lovins (physicist and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute), FERC Chairman Jon Wellinghoff, Dr. Sylvia Earle (Oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer in Residence), Lester Brown (Earth Policy Institute), venture capitalist Hermant Taneja, American businessman, Edgar Bronfman Jr., and many other leaders in business, energy, environmental issues, entertainment and philanthropy • Participants include concerned and involved individuals who are seeking ways to create positive transitions to a sustainable economy, environment and culture • Representatives come from fields of science, the environment, energy, education, business, health, the arts, communication and government

Sunday, August 18th

AREDAY Expo!

Wagner Park and the Cooper St. Mall 9am - 6pm Exhibitors include businesses, utilities, and organizations who incorporate renewable energy technologies and promote cuttingedge energy efficient and green practices, products and services.

America’s premier renewable energy summit is a deep immersion into topics designed to precipitate historic and necessary transition to an environmentally and economically sound future. Speakers and attendees include world leaders from both the public and private sectors in technology development and deployment, finance, investment and government.

Heather Henson’s Ibex Puppetry: Celebration of Flight Family workshops all day and performances at 11am & 2pm. All activities at the EXPO! are free and open to the public.

For more info: www.areday.net

And don’t miss the AREDAY EXPOon Sunday, August 18th at Wagnar Park and the Cooper St. Mall.

From Competition

For more info visit : www.areday.net

to Collaboration A special thanks to our sponsors:

AREDAY is a project of The American Renewable Energy Institute (AREI,Inc.), a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation: Federal Tax ID # 27-5216186

AREDAY is a project of The American Renewable Energy Institute (AREI,Inc.), a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation: Federal Tax ID # 27-5216186

Registration • Student, non-profit, government and local residents’ rates available • Registration and more information at www.areday.net • Tickets for Summit and Taj Mahal Concert available at the Wheeler Box Office 970.920.5770

For more information visit www.areday.net

ADVANCING CLEAN ENERGY: Advancing Clean Energy:

Transition Global Economy Transitiontotoa aSustainable Sustainable Global Economy

T. Boone Pickens BP Capital

Thursday, August 15th

10th Annual AREDAY Summit

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


BRAS FOR A CAUSE 2013

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Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


DEMAY DESIGNS LLC PROJECTS Various website projects. Many included brand development. Combination of HTML and custom Wordpress sites. I was sole designer and programmed websites. www.SkyTrekkingAlaska.com

www.ItaRuma.com (under construction)

www.IndustrySpecificStaffing.com (under construction)

www.LaKeeshaEmersonPhotography.com

www.SweetLullabiesNanny.com (under construction) www.AlaskaOnTheFly.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


CLIMB FOR CONSERVATION DeMay Designs, llc: Non-profit requiring various print and web materials including identity design, website, posters, flyers, postcards, sponsorship materials and additional promotional items.

Join the

Machu Picchu Green Team A Climb for a Conservation Mission that Matters Trek thru the Inca Ruins of Machu Picchu to Protect the Peruvian Amazon & Save the Jaguar

I am the sole designer for this project.

5 Days / 4 Nights • Guided by Andean Treks •May 31 - June 7, 2013

Explore Machu Picchu: Trek the spectacular eastern extension of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. This little-known route is our favorite alternative to the better-known traditional Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. We follow the footsteps of the Incas who built a high route from their capital city of Cuzco westward through the rugged cordillera, and filled their empire with amazing temples and royal residences. We camp high, and discover the beauty of tranquil Andean valleys with sublime views toward the 18,000-foot snowpeaks of the Urubamba and Huayanay Ranges. We also explore amazing Inca stonework in an enormous 15th century quarry site of Cachiqata. After descending into the Sacred Valley of the Incas we reach the royal Inca town of Ollantaytambo, with its remarkable Sun Temple. We travel to Machu Picchu by train for a full exploration of the famous city. During four hiking days you cover 39 km/24 miles, starting at 10,575’, and finishing at 9,315’ above sea level. You cross two high passes, with a maximum elevation of 15,170’.

ITINERARY

• May 31: Arrive in the enchanting ancient city of Cuzco • June 1: Explore Cuzco and enjoy the fascinating Inca-Spanish culture • June 2: Depart for trailhead; Camp in the hamlet of Chiripahua (12,300’) • June 3: Camp in the valley of Chancachuco (14,268’) • June 4: Camp near the Cachiqata quarry (11,562’) • June 5: Hike down to the Vilcanota River, visit magical Ollantaytambo • June 6: Machu Picchu Tour • June 7: Depart home

The Conservation Cause: Harvard Biologist E.O. Wilson stated that by 2100, half of the world’s species may be extinct! This is an astonishing figure. We will join as a team to climb for a conservation cause: to protect the Peruvian Amazon and Save the near threatened Jaguar. The Jaguar lives in Peru and throughout Central & South America. In just 50 years, the Jaguar species has been decimated 96%. This is just one example of a species in need of help. Every participants commits to paying their own individual travel & trip expenses and then commits to raising a minimum of $1k for the cause.

For more information, please contact kate.spencer.pt@gmail.com or ginnakelly@gmail.com

“Climbing Mountains Around the World for Critical Conservation Causes”

Climb for Conservation:

www.ClimbforConservation.org

Annapurna, Nepal

ginnakelly@gmail.com | (970) 948-2991 | P.O. Box 4971, Aspen, CO 81612 Climb for Conservation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation and Public Charity, Tax ID #: 27-3118371.

With Expert Alpinists Ueli Steck & Don Bowie

10-Day Trek Annapura Sanctuary, Nepal

www.ClimbForConservation.org

Our Conservation Cause: Himalayan biodiversity is irreplaceable. The Himalayas are home to important populations of numerous species including, birds, mammals, tigers, elephants, rhinos and water buffalo. Because the human population is growing at a very rapid rate, wildlife and natural ecosystems are disappearing. Threats include deforestation, overgrazing, land clearing, illegal poaching, and pollution. Climb for Conservation will raise awareness and funds for biodiversity conservation in the Himalayan region. All participants pay their own travel & trip expenses and commit to raising additional funds for the cause.

“Climbing Mountains Around the World for Critical Conservation Causes”

www.ClimbforConservation.org

ginnakelly@gmail.com | (970) 948-2991 | P.O. Box 4971, Aspen, CO 81612 Climb for Conservation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation and Public Charity, Tax ID #: 27-3118371.

Mt. Kilimanjaro “Green Girls”

Dynamic Eco-Conscious Women — Climb for a Conservation Mission that Matters

Meet the Green Girls

Ginna Kelly - Founder, Climb for Conservation, Aspen’s Green Girl, & Vice President of AREDAY Mariel Hemingway - Actress, Author, Granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway Julienne Stroeve - PhD, Research Scientist, National Snow and Ice Data Center Margot Moselle - CEO of Sprout Events Vanessa Meier – Host, the “Green Girl Next Door” Tara Sheahan – Founder, Conscious Global Leadership Institute (CGLI) Olivia Daane Reische – Artist & Gallery Owner Cathy Cooper – TV Prod/Dir., Adventure Travel Writer, Green Irene Eco-Consultant, and Mila Distributor Fallon Swann Feast – 4th Generation Colorado Farmer, Director, Producer Whitney Justice – Builder and Masonry Contractor, Skier, Hiker, Adventurer Taylor Justice – 7th Grade Student, Volunteer Aspen Ski Patrol, Junior Mountaineer Leah Hunter – Global Head of Innovation & Insights, Lifestyle Editor, M/I/S/C/ Magazine Nancy Paley – Aspen Community Activist, World Traveler Julia Paley – Colorado College Student, Environmental Science Major & African Studies Minor Bernadette Regan – Aesthetician, Owner of Sacred Skin of Aspen, Outdoor Enthusiast Allison Rogers – Director of Policy, Former Miss Rhode Island, Harvard Graduate Indea Rogers – High School Student, Mountaineer Climbing Colorado “14ers”

This adventurous trek will be filmed for OutsideTELEVISION The following organizations will be beneficiaries: Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary, Tanzania where Rhinos are protected from poaching. Climb for Conservation, organizing mountain climbs for critical conservation causes.

“Climbing mountains around the world for critical conservation causes”

www.ClimbforConservation.org

ginnakelly@gmail.com | (970) 948-2991 | P.O. Box 4971, Aspen, CO 81612 Climb for Conservation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation and Public Charity, Tax ID #: 27-3118371.

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


DEMAY DESIGNS LLC PROJECTS Various web and print projects. Many included identity design, business sets, brochures, websites, programs, ads, branded apparel, book cover design, posters and other promotional materials. I was the sole designer on these projects. International Women’s Earth and Climate Summit

A DECLARATION Women of the World Call for Urgent Action on Climate Change & Sustainability Solutions 20 September 2013 We are the mothers and the grandmothers, sisters and daughters, nieces and aunts, who stand together to care for all generations across our professions, affiliations and national identities.

We are teachers and scientists, farmers and fishers, healers and helpers, workers and business peoples, writers and artists, decision-makers and activists, leaders and thinkers. We work in the halls of power, the halls of faith and the halls of our homes.

We

are gathering to raise our voices to advocate for an Earth-respecting cultural narrative, one of “restore, respect, replenish” and to replace the narrative of “domination, depletion and destruction” of nature.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S EARTH AND CLIMATE SUMMIT

We are committed to a transition from a future of peril to a future of promise, to rally the women around the world to join together in action at all levels until the climate crisis is solved.

PREAMBLE

For the Earth and Future Generations September 20 – 23, 2013 | New York

Climate change threatens life as we know it on our one and only home planet. Our children, our grandchildren and all future generations are in danger. Natural systems upon which all living things depend are in jeopardy. The world’s governments have committed to avoiding a global temperature rise of 2.0 C degrees. But emissions of Greenhouse Gases (GhGs) are setting us on a course toward a likely 4.0 C (7.2 degrees F) temperature rise. Scientists repeatedly warn this will cause unprecedented, large-scale disruptions of human and natural systems, food and water insecurity, and untold loss of life.

www.AllValleyResource.com

We are experiencing more frequent, extreme weather events, droughts, floods and displacement of millions around the world. International commitments and national responses of governments have not been equivalent to the escalating urgency and local communities are bearing the brunt. Humanity is in a crisis - a dangerous, carbon fueled, urgent climate crisis. This crisis is not only a scientific reality, but also demands the moral imperative to act. Future generations depend upon our capacity solve climate change before it is too late. The time is now to usher in a sustainable future. Among the most severely vulnerable to climate change are women, Indigenous Peoples, and those who live in extreme poverty. Climate disruption, including disasters and their enduring effects, is jeopardizing livelihoods and well-being around the world. Unsustainable consumption and production reverses development gains in the global North and the global South: Women and men of industrialized nations have a responsibility to educate themselves, examine their worldviews, commit to action, and lead by example. No one person, organization, community, province, region, or nation is capable of solving the challenge of climate change alone. This is a time for collaboration at a global level as never before required. We are coming together to demand a just and necessary transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, to reduce consumption by our families and communities and to actively embrace a high quality-low footprint lifestyle. We are coming together to embrace a new way of living with each other and the Earth. We have a choice: between a path of continued peril and a path towards climate justice and a safe and clean energy future. We can and must join together as women to take action with common but differentiated responsibilities for achieving sustainability. We must act now for ourselves, for future generations, for all living things on Mother Earth.

DECLARATION We are gathering from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

STRATEGY SESSIONS, SOLUTIONS DIALOGUES AND DRAFTING A COLLECTIVE WOMEN’S CLIMATE ACTION AGENDA

We are gathering from diverse nationalities, faiths, families and professions. We are gathering in defense of

our children, grandchildren, and the generations beyond.

We are gathering in defense of

the animals, plants and natural systems that are under siege.

We are gathering and uniting in solidarity to grow the global women’s movement for climate action and sustainable solutions. We are gathering to put the world on notice that women will take action at all levels to avert the trajectory of

a 4 degrees C

(7.2 degrees F) rise in global temperatures.

We

are gathering to ensure that the sovereignty of communities to design and determine their own destinies into a thriving future is respected.

We are gathering to take action and chart a new course.

This book reveals a new paradigm—developed over 100 years in Brazil— that illuminates the practical application of spirituality to mental health care. It exposes the need for a cautious approach to psychiatric medication, describes the model of bio-psycho-social and spiritual care used in Brazilian psychiatric hospitals, and offers a well-organized list of similar resources outside Brazil. This is an excellent guide and an inspiring reference for those suffering with emotional disturbances, for their families, and healthcare providers…of value to people seeking information, compassionate care, and illuminating perspective. “This book offers a radical new tool - the belief that our bodies and minds are reflections of the most powerful and enduring part of who we are: our spirits. Stories demonstrate the possibility that many mental disturbances lie in our spirit and in our spirit’s history over various lifetimes. I was enthralled with the beauty, compassion, power, and wisdom that shone through every page. I especially appreciate Bragdon’s holistic approach. She explains not only Spiritism but also how multiple other therapies can – and must at times - play an important role in helping people with mental illness. It gives the book an authenticity regarding the importance of an integrative and holistic approach to the care of patients.” — Bill Manahan, MD

Resources for Extraordinary Healing

Psychology/Spirituality

Resources for Extraordinary Healing: Schizophrenia, Bipolar and Other Serious Mental Illnesses

Past President, American Holistic Medical Association Author of Eat for Health: Fast and Simple Ways to Eliminate Disease without Medical Assistance

is a psychologist who has been studying spiritual healing in Brazil since 2001. She has written five other books on spirituality and psychology.

www.ResourcesforExtraordinaryHealing.com ISBN# 978-1466340831 Cost: $24.95

Emma Bragdon, PhD

Emma Bragdon, PhD

Emma Bragdon, PhD

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


DEMAY DESIGNS LLC PROJECTS Various web and print projects. Many included identity design, business sets, brochures, websites, programs, ads, branded apparel, book cover design, posters and other promotional materials.

In the heart of downtown Mt. Clemens, you’ll find Macomb County’s hotspot for nightlife. And no place is more popular than Madison’s Pub. Madison’s has the hottest staff and the coolest drinks. And every Thursday through Sunday, they’re heating things up on the patio with their outdoor barbecue. But don’t worry about the heat! They’re also serving up thirst quenching sno-cones from their Three Olives variety sno-cone machine! Nothing sounds better than a Three Olives Cherry or Grape alcohol-infused slush on a hot summer day! Not to mention that frozen drinks, in general, are a specialty at Madison’s, where they can serve your favorite concoctions, especially their Rum Runners with their famous infusion of flavors on the patio.

JOIN US @ FACEBOOK.COM/MADISONSPUB 15 N. WALNUT MT. CLEMENS | 586.468.7777 WWW.MADISONSPUB.COM

INDULGE YOURSELF

I was the sole designer on these projects.

Madison’s has been recognized as the best patio for the past five years because it’s the perfect spot in the middle of Mt. Clemens and it can (and does) accommodate up to 300 people at a time! It offers all the conveniences of the inside bar, from beer tubs to frozen drinks and restrooms to live music! In fact, you can stop in to Madison’s this and every Friday to listen to the best live music in town on the patio from 6-9:30. And if you’re into dancing to the best DJ spun hits, stick around, the DJ takes control of the patio from 10 to close so you can party under the stars! And we all know that the weather in Michigan can change before you finish your rum runner, but Madison’s is prepared for that! The patio is equipped with heaters to compensate for the weather’s lack of consistency. And if it’s too cold to handle, stroll through the glass doors to the warm, clean atmosphere inside Madison’s and finish the party inside. There you’ll find two bars with fast, friendly bartenders ready to concoct whatever you want to whet your whistle!

Madison’s is more than just drinks! It also features great food favorites like crab cakes, salads, burgers and fish all made lean, fresh and to order! Madison’s is THE spot to be this summer! Come join the over 3000 people who’ve made Madison’s the number one spot in metro Detroit for summertime fun!

www.SkyPartner.net

Lunch Specials Under $5

Mon: 1/2 Sandwich & Cup of Soup $3.95 Tues: Tacos All Day $1.00/each Wed: Panini Sandwiches $4.95 Thurs: Chicken Caesar Wrap $1.50/each Fri: Tuna Melt $3.95 Fish Sandwich $4.95 M-F: Burger Special

Drink Specials Mon: $3.00 Long Islands $1.50 Domestic Bottle 6pm - Close Tues: $2.00 Well / $2.00 Shot Special Lemon Drops, Washington Apple & Johnny Vegas 6pm - Close

Wed: $2.00 Coronas / $3.00 Margaritas 6pm -Close Thurs: 1/2 off Taps & Apps (except domestic drafts) 3-6pm Fri: $3.00 Three Olives Vodkas 6pm - Close Sat: Vodka Bombs – 2 for 1 (all day) Sun: $1.25 Domestic Bottles (all day) $3.00 Bloody Marys (1/3 pound, fries, 12 oz. domestic draft)

Friday

Fish & Chips

Sunday

all you can eat $9.95

Hot Dogs $1.00 Coney $1.50

Wednesday 50¢ Wings

College & Pro Football HQ! 7 Flat Screens • Shot Specials During All Games

ent ainm Entert ay: Karaoke

SUNDAY GAMES $1.25 Domestic Bottles $1 Hot Dogs $1 Coneys

y / Frid ia Tuesda ay: Triv Thursd DJ Saturday: Friday /

FREE SNACKS Pretzels, Popcorn, Peanuts MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL $3 Long Islands & $1.25 Domestics w/shot specials during game!

• Darts Tee 2012 Golden Strike • Bowlingry Silver Tabs, Lotte Keno , Pull

The Patio Live Entertainment

The G Spot

Hard to find but a ton of fun when you get 29161 Jefferson (South of 12 Mile Rd.) St. Clair Shores All Summer Long there

586.294.1680

Find us on Facebook, Urbanspoon, Yelp & Twitter

www.SirkinEnterprises.com FIND US ON FACEBOOK FACEBOOK.COM/TERRYSTERRACEPUB

36470 JEFFERSON HARRISON TOWNSHIP, MI 48045

TERRYSTIME.COM • 586.463.2671

27 N. Walnut, Mount Clemens (586) 469-8388 facebook.com/johnnygsmountclemens

Noreen Ramsay Brickhill East Cratloe Co Clare

Noreen Ramsay

00353 (0) 61 357561 00353 (0) 871337612 website: www.noreenramsay.com email: noreenramsay@eircom.net Noreen Ramsay is a contemporary Irish artist working with glass and porcelain, to create beautiful gifts for special occasions and art for sacred spaces.

Broken for You

Fabric of Life - Fern

www.noreenramsay.com © 2012 Noreen Ramsay

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


BISHOP PLUMBING ReMix Media: Projects included website, print ads, brochures, forms and additional promotional materials. I am the sole designer for all print and web projects.

www.CarpetOne-Glenwood.com

Wrap your windows for the holidays. Wrap your windows for the holidays.

Don’t even think about it. Wrap your windows for the holidays. ®

SAVE Luminette Privacy Sheers

$100 (per window / 10 window max)

www.BishopPlumbing247.com

Annual Holiday Savings Event ®

SAVE Silhouette Window Shadings $50

(per window / 10 window max)

$ 25-100 Annual Holiday Savings Event per window on select Hunter Douglas window fashions

SAVINGS Wrap Wrapyour yourwindows windowsforforthetheholidays. holidays.

Commercial Service Agreement

(10 window max per product)

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The Commercial Service agreement provides fast, quality service for all your Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning needs. As a customer under our Commercial Service Agreement you are a priority customer with preferred scheduling status, you will receive a discounted hourly rate of $100.00 per hour and you will receive a 15% parts discount for all repairs. Additionally, should you need emergency after hour’s service you will receive a special discounted rate of $275 per hour, a reduction from our normal rate of $350. Included in the agreement will be one visit providing a full service of the heating/cooling equipment.

$ 25-100

per window on select Hunter Douglas window fashions CARPET ONE (10 window max per product)

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25 SAVINGS

Your Key To Our Guaranteed Commitment & Service

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Somehow, the holidays seem even more festive when you’re saving money. That’s why we’re offering you a rebate of up to $100 per window on select Hunter Douglas window fashions. Offer valid one store forCO your perfect floor.®| Hours: | Carpetone-Glenwood.com September 25 – December 15,2628 2008. Glen Ask for Ave. details.• The Glenwood Springs, • (970) 945-8633 M-F 8:00am - 5:30pm • Sat ®

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS 9:00am - 5:00pm Carpet · Hardwood · Vinyl · Tile · Laminate and More 2628 s. Glen Avenue | Glenwood sprinGs | 970-945-8633 Annual Holiday Savings Event Holiday Savings Event SpecialAnnual Financing Available Privacy Sheers Window Shadings the holidays seem even more festive when you’re saving SAVE Silhouette Somehow, www.carpetone-glenwood.com © 2008 Hunter Douglas Inc. ® and ™ are trademarks of Hunter Douglas Inc. Manufacturer’s rebate. Savings apply on up to 10 windows per product. Limits and restrictions apply.

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Below are some of the services that we provide: Plumbing Heating Water Softening Boilers/Furnaces Water Filtration Controls Backflow Testing Snowmelt

STORE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM - 5:00PM | SATURDAY 9:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY ®

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$ 25-100 $ 25-100

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one store forCO your perfect floor. | Hours: | Carpetone-Glenwood.com 2628 Glen Ave. • The Glenwood Springs, • (970) 945-8633 M-F 8:00am - 5:30pm • Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm ®

www.carpetone-glenwood.com © 2008 Hunter Douglas Inc. ® and ™ are trademarks of Hunter Douglas Inc. Manufacturer’s rebate. Savings apply on up to 10 windows per product. Limits and restrictions apply.

2628 s. Glen Avenue | Glenwood sprinGs | 970-945-8633

SAVINGS SAVINGS

STORE FRIDAY 8:00AM - 5:30PM | SATURDAY 10:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY STOREHOURS: HOURS: MONDAY MONDAY - -FRIDAY 8:00AM - 5:00PM | SATURDAY 9:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY

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(per window /10 window max)

SAVE Pirouette Window Shadings $50

(10 window max per product)

Somehow, the holidays seem even more festive when you’re saving Somehow, the holidays seem even more festive when you’re saving money. That’s why we’re offering you a rebate of up to $100 per money. That’s why we’re offering you a rebate of up to $100 per window on select Hunter Douglas window fashions. Offer valid window on select Hunter Douglas window fashions. Offer valid September 25 – December 15, 2008. Ask for details. September 25 – December 15, 2008. Ask for details.

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Projected Savings with Conditioned Water Plumbing Appliances 5%

What’s In Your Water?

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one store forCO your perfect floor. | Carpetone-Glenwood.com GLENWOOD SPRINGS CARPET ONE 2628 Glen Ave. • The Glenwood Springs, •one (970) 945-8633 | Hours: 8:00am - 5:30pm • Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm store forCO your perfect floor.floor. |M-F Carpetone-Glenwood.com 2628 2628 GlenGlen Ave. Ave. • The Glenwood Springs, (970) 945-8633 | Hours: 8:00am - 5:30pm • Sat•9:00am - 5:00pm one store for•CO your perfect | M-F Carpetone-Glenwood.com • The Glenwood Springs, • (970) 945-8633 | Hours: M-F 8:00am - 5:30pm Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm www.carpetone-glenwood.com www.carpetone-glenwood.com © 2008 HunterDouglas Douglas Inc.Inc. and ™ are trademarks of Hunter DouglasSavings Inc. Manufacturer’s rebate. Savings up to 10 windows per product. Limits and and restrictions apply. © 2008 Hunter Douglas Inc. ® and ™ are trademarks of Hunter Manufacturer’s rebate. apply on up to apply 10 onwindows per product. Limits restrictions apply. www.carpetone-glenwood.com ®

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2628 s. |Glen Avenue | Glenwood sprinGs 2628 s. Glen Avenue Glenwood sprinGs || 970-945-8633 970-945-8633 2628 s. Glen Avenue | Glenwood sprinGs | 970-945-8633

Soaps & Cleaning Aids 46%

Drains Camera Jetting Augering

Please sign below to agree to the above written terms and provide a payment in full to activate the agreement. Thank you. Customer Signature or Representative: ________________________________ Date: __________ Print Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Bishop P&H Representative: _________________________________________ Date: __________

Laundry 29% Energy Consumption 29%

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15% Off Tune-up Visit 10% Off any new A/C Equipment

Job Site Address: ________________________________________________________________ Job Billing Address: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Site Contact: ___________________________________________________________________ Account Contact: ________________________________________________________________ Commercial Service Activation Price: _________________________________________________

Clean Healthy Water

Cooking 5%

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Air Conditioning Humidification Steamers Thermoimaging

FACT: 40% to 50% of home energy cost is for your heating and A/C.

FACT: A new high-efficiency A/C system with variable speed blower equipment will reduce your energy costs significantly!

© 2008 Hunter Douglas Inc. ® and ™ are trademarks of Hunter Douglas Inc. Manufacturer’s rebate. Savings apply on up to 10 windows per product. Limits and restrictions apply.

STORE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM - 5:00PM | SATURDAY 9:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY STOREHOURS: HOURS: MONDAY 8:00AM - -5:00PM | SATURDAY 9:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY SUN STORE MON --FRIDAY FRI 8:00AM 5:30PM | SAT 10:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED

STORE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM - 5:00PM | SATURDAY 9:00AM - 5:00PM | CLOSED SUNDAY

Source: Water Condition Research Council Study

• Water Heaters are the second largest consumer of household energy.

Iron • Arsenic • Pharmaceuticals Chlorine • Fluoride • Odors Sulfur • Stains • Lead

• Treated water will make your appliances run more efficiently and last longer.

CARPET ONE GLENWOOD SPRINGS ReMix Media: Projects included website, print ads, brochures, forms and additional promotional materials. I am the sole designer for all print and web projects.

Glenwood Springs 970.945.9910 Aspen 970.925.8610 | Vail 970.949.4600 5080 Cr 154, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 www.bishopplumbing247.com

• Appliance manufacturers recommend the use of soft water and can void warranties when breakdowns occur from hard water and scale build-up. • Soft water considerably reduces the use of household chemicals (soaps, cleaning products, shampoos, etc). • Clean, healthy water can provide peaceof-mind for you, your family and the environment.

Glenwood Springs 970.945.9910 Aspen 970.925.8610 | Vail 970.949.4600 5080 Cr 154, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 www.bishopplumbing247.com

970.945.9910 Glenwood Springs 970.945.9910

www.BishopPlumbing247.com

Aspen 970.925.8610 | Vail 970.949.4600 5080 CR 154, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 www.bishopplumbing247.com info@bishopplumbing247.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


REMIX MEDIA PROJECTS Various promotional products, including identity design, websites, ads, brochures, business sets, monthly newsletters and more. I was responsible for design/layout and programming websites. C AT E R I N G

www.Absolooply.com

Private Chef Services and Creative Event Catering customers

Our is Here! “Summer have great taste!” Great Aged Is Your

Unique Cocktail and Dinner Parties Distinctive Weddings...and more!

Steaks

Grill Ready?

970.963.8353

orchard plaza • next to city market myepicurious.com

orchard plaza • next to city market 970.963.8353 • basalt, colorado myepicurious.com

35th Annual

www.MountainWest.biz

14 and 4 Mile Runs

July 27, 2013 14 Mile

4 Mile

7:30 am @ Emma School

7:15 am @ Sopris Park

Sopris Trek

to Fair

$30 Race Fee

Proceeds benefit Carbondale Council for Humanities Sign up @ active.com or in the store

Mid-Winter

SALE! EVERYTHING IS 10% - 75% OFF! INCLUDING FOOTWEAR, APPAREL, AND ACCESSORIES

HURRY…Sale Ends Sunday, February 10th for more info Call 704.0909 or visit www.independencerunandhike.com

LaFontana Plaza | Hwy 133 | Carbondale, CO 81623 | 704-0909

www.IndependenceRunAndHike.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


BMS PROJECTS Various promotional products, including identity design, websites, ads, brochures, business sets, monthly newsletters and more. I was responsible for design/layout and programming websites.

308 7th Street Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.945.4619 www.juicylucyssteakhouse.com

Dinner Menu Appetizers International Cheese Board — 12.00 Steamed Artichoke, drawn butter and mayonnaise — 5.75 Elk in Fillo on Bordelaise Sauce, with spinach, pinenuts, mushrooms and goat cheese — 8.75 Shrimp Martini, four chilled colossal shrimp with cocktail sauce — 8.75 Brie-Stuffed Portabella Mushroom, baked with pesto and topped with honey-roasted walnuts — 7.75 Calamari, seasoned and quick-fried — 6.50 Fresh Mussels, Chardonnay, garlic and fresh herbs — 8.50 Soup of the Day — cup 3.75

Salads Seventh Street Salad, strawberries, Gorgonzola, and toasted walnuts on mountain greens with honey-poppyseed vinaigrette — 6.50 Caesar, freshly grated imported Parmesan, croutons and anchovy — 4.75 Lucy’s Garden Salad, fresh herb vinaigrette — 4.50 Spinach and Pancetta Salad, mushrooms, tomato, and Parmesan crisps with sweet sesame vinaigrette — 6.25

Entrées from the Grill Choice of Potato or Wild Rice Medley Top Sirloin Steak, flavorful cut of rump steak with more structure than a New York strip six ounces — 15.75 ten ounces — 19.50 one pound — 24.75 New York Strip Steak, the most flavorful, more tender than the top sirloin ten ounces — 24.75 fourteen ounces — 31.00 Chopped Sirloin Steak, with mushroom gravy or served burger style ten ounces — 12.25 Continued on next page.

www.JuicyLucysSteakhouse.com

www.GlenwoodCanyonZipline.com Clinetop Ranch

4600 County Road 243 New Castle, CO 81647

Awesome Main Elk Creek Ranch Near New Castle Wake up to a crystal clear Colorado Blue Sky Day—the happy songs of birds greeting the day, the quiet ripple of Main Elk Creek, the horses play-fighting just because they feel so good. Look out any window at the magnificent views—the Clinetop Mountain Range looming right out your windows, Main Elk Creek glistening only yards away, verdant green pastures and hay meadows and the barn and horse facilities visible from your master bedroom and kitchen. Enjoy the hummingbirds flitting from flower to flower. Smell the crisp, clean mountain air. Have breakfast on the spacious southeast-facing deck. Simply relax, take it all in and marvel at just how darned wonderful it all is!!

Bring your horses and saddle up! It’s ready at $3,400,000 $2,750,000! Please visit aspenranchrealestate.com/clinetopranch!!

www.InlineArchery.com

Ralph Hubbell Broker Associate Direct Line: 970.984.3805 Email: Hubbell@rof.net

3110 A Blake Avenue Glenwood Springs Colorado, 81601 Phone: 970.384.2030

www.TheStewPotColorado.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


INVITATIONS Along with promotional/branding projects I also design and produce custom invitations for weddings, parties, baby showers and more.

Just one last request, and we hope it's not hard, please bring baby a book in place of a card. By signing your book we will remember and share your special gift, even when you're not there!

saturday, october 13th at 11 am at the home of jeri hill 9852 westwood circle, clarkston mi

saturday, october 13th at 11 am at the home of jeri hill 9852 westwood circle, clarkston mi

hosted by jeri hill, tracy chinigo & kristina kross

hosted by jeri hill, tracy chinigo & kristina kross

rsvp to jeri hill at 248.625.4433 or email jmhill99@hotmail.com by october 8th

rsvp to jeri hill at 248.625.4433 or email jmhill99@hotmail.com by october 8th

laura is registered at babies “r” us & target

laura is registered at babies “r” us & target

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com


Dream. Visualize. Create. THANK YOU. Thank you for reviewing this brief summary of my work. Please contact me for further samples or references. Kristen DeMay | 517.861.7553 | kristendemay@gmail.com

Kristen DeMay | kristendemay@gmail.com

DeMay Portfolio 2013  

A sampling of my work from 2008 - Present.

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