Attorney appointed to national association
The Feldmann, Nagel & Associates law firm has announced the appointment of partner David J. Nagel as a cabinet member to the President of the American Bar Association. Nagel has been appointed to the National Conference of Lawyers and Certified Public Accountants Committee for a three-year term.
As an American Bar Association leader, Nagel will influence legislative priorities concerning the practice of law and accountancy.
Salon owners team up to open new business
Two local business owners have teamed up to open a new salon in Steamboat Springs. Chris Burner and Kim Johnson opened Wildhorse Salon, 690 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 4, in July. Burner formerly ran Perfect Touch and Johnson had Hair’s to You.
“We’re in the business to run the business,” Johnson said.
She said the salon, which is across the street from Quizno’s Sub, is a full-service salon, offering services such as hair coloring, facials, manicures, waxing and tanning.
The salon is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Classes set for families struggling with debt
“Financial Peace University,” a 13-week class aimed at helping families struggling with debt, will begin Sept. 11 at United Methodist Church in Steamboat Springs.
The program will run from 7 to 9 p.m. each Monday at the church. There is an $84 charge for the class, but some scholarship money is available.
Financial Peace University is a program developed by noted author and radio personality Dave Ramsey, author of the book, “The Total Money Makeover.”
The program teaches decision-making, goal-setting and financial priorities.
Call the church at 879-1290 or Gil Ramirez at 879-2835.
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