Welcome To:

Our new client organizations for February:

Pinon Management’s –

North Star Community – North Star is an 85–bed facility located just west of Federal Boulevard on West Arkansas Avenue. They serve geriatrics, young adults, Multiple Sclerosis, non-wandering dementia, orthopedic rehabilitation, mental health, 27-10 certified, neurological disorders, wound care, hospice care and respite care.

Highline Rehabilitation & Care Community – Highline has 125 licensed beds, including 30 Private Medicare Suites, and is located in a residential neighborhood near I–25 and Evans. They serve geriatrics, Alzheimer’s, dementia, medically complex care, neurological disorders, orthopedic rehabilitation, wound care, hospice and palliative care and respite care.

Congratulations To:

 Moye White – Partner, Paul Seby, has been named a “Lawyer of the Year” by Law Week Colorado for his notable achievements during 2009 in two cases of statewide importance on behalf of Moye White client, the Colorado Mining Association.  Paul and partner John Kellogg are the leaders of the firm’s Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources Group.

 Humane Society of Boulder County – for its innovative work on pet behavior, a major issue in adoption.  A prime example is a new program that modifies cat behavior to eliminate problems that often result in their return to the shelter.  The Society was highlighted in a January 23rd article in The Denver Post.

 Cheyenne Taco John’s – for its Nachos Navidad program that raised $5,054.01 towards the City of Cheyenne’s Youth Activity and Community Center at the David R. Romero South Cheyenne Community Park.

 City of Cheyenne – for its wellness efforts with employees.  Their “Biggest Loser” Contest is in full swing with 10 teams to be followed by its “Quit Tobacco Use” Challenge.

 Have a Wear Red Any Day

 With February being American Heart Month, goredforwomen.org celebrates the energy, passion and power that women have to band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke.

Everyone can support the fight against heart disease in women by having a “Wear Red Any Day” – at the office, social group or any small or large organization.

 Judy Braun

Peggy Hill

Britney Kirsch

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