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Larimore Chiropractic and Massage 1225 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont, (303) 772-3100, larimorechiropractic.com

Larimore Chiropractic and Massage, a seven-time recipient of the Longmont Readers’ Choice “Best Chiropractic Clinic” Award has been serving the community for nearly 20 years. “It is exceptional customer service and our staff who go above and beyond with every patient, every time,” says Dr. Michael Larimore, owner and certified spinal trauma and sports or auto related injury chiropractic specialist. With two doctors on staff, flexible hours and a variety of services they meet the needs of each patient. “We stay with...current techniques and treatment options, which helps us deliver better outcome-based care,” Dr. Larimore says. Some of the cutting-edge services Larimore Chiropractic and Massage provides include: IV cold laser therapy, spinal decompression table, certified therapeutic massage, advanced muscle release techniques, experienced chiropractic treatment and nutritional instruction.

Second: Cafe of Life, 202 Main St Ste 1, Longmont, (303) 827-3541 longmontchiropractorsmassage.com Third: Chiro Now! 1515 Main St., Suite 2, Longmont, (303) 684-7474, mychironow.com BEST DANCE STUDIO and GYMNASTICS

Airborne Gymnastics & Dance

1816 Boston Ave., Longmont, (303) 651-1456, airbornegym.com

For 24 years the philosophy of success at Airborne Gymnastics and Airborne Dance has been simple— make it work for everyone. “My goal is to serve the entire Longmont community, not just the gifted few athletes who can compete at the national level,” says owner, Pam Turner. While they do train competitive teams, they work with everyone, including special needs groups, by annually updating and growing their classes. Even students that have been attending for years can always expect something new. That growth shows in the development of separate areas of focus, which allows students to easily concentrate specifically on their interest. “Our dance and gymnastics departments are now more independent than ever- we even have separate websites- AirborneDance.com and AirborneGym.com,” says Turner. Pam sees the results of an early basis in dance and gymnastics through the success of former students in a variety of high school athletics. “A background in gymnastics is a great base for any future sports. When I read the Prep Sports section of the Times-Call, I see so many familiar names!”


Second: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St., Longmont, (303) 772-3750, dancedimensions.net Third: Longmont Dance Theater, 1422 Nelson Rd., Longmont, (303) 772-1335, longmontdancetheatre.com


Ed and Ruth Lehman YMCA 950 Lashley St., Longmont, (303) 776-0370, longmontymca.org

Brianna Barber, School Age Programs Director at the YMCA and Camp Director during the summer, says, “The things that set our camp apart are: well thought out STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), art and healthy living programs that are constantly changing, highly qualified and thoroughly trained staff who are compassionate and understanding, healthy snacks and healthy food culinary programs, global learning, our “Mind, Body, Spirit” mission, our core values (respect, responsibility, caring and honesty), our financial assistance program, bi-lingual staff and all the awesome fun we get to have!” The camp serves children 5 to 8 years old. For families interested in signing up, there are still some spots available in the Day Camp, which runs through August 18th, the day before school begins.

Second: St. Vrain Valley School District,


395 S. Pratt Pkwy. Longmont, (303) 776-6200, svvsd.org

Second: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St., Longmont, (303) 772-3750, dancedimensions.net Third: Broadway Performing Academy, 655 S. Sunset St., Ste. G, Longmont


(303) 990-4210, broadwayperformingacademy.com

Sunflower Farm, 11150 Prospect Rd., Longmont (303) 774-8001, sunflowerfarminfo.com


Dr. Ryan Bond - Bond Family & Implant Dentistry 1361 Francis St., Ste. 202, Longmont, (303) 351-5952, ryanbonddmd.com

Some of Dr. Ryan Bond’s patients say they “love” going to the dentist, because of the care they receive from him and his staff of professionals. “I think it’s our personal touch,” says Dr. Bond. “We treat everyone as a special individual. People may come in feeling nervous, and we calm their fears and explain things. People want to know what’s going on. We have high-tech equipment that allows us to do things better and quicker. We constantly ask our patients if they are comfortable, and they can choose music or the TV. We have nitrous oxide, which helps people relax.” Dr. Bond offers family scheduling, which allows several family members to have treatment at the same time. And, he accepts most insurance.

Second: Third: 2015

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Mertz Family Dentistry, 1950 Terry St., Longmont, (303) 678-1111 mertzfamilydentistry.com Smile Designers Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, 1246 N. Main St., Longmont (303) 678-7800, smiledesignersteam.com


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