Business briefs for Jan. 15 |

Business briefs for Jan. 15

Human Services to hold open house Wednesday

The Routt County Department of Human Services is hosting an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at its new offices, 135 Sixth St.

The Department of Human Services is moving into a remodeled building that was designed by Thira Inc. It has an interactive water feature at its main entry, which features metal work by area craftsmen. When spring arrives, visitors will be able to enjoy the new picnic arbor, walkways, benches and plantings.

Light refreshments will be served at the ribbon cutting.

Low-tech accounting seminar offered at CMC

Owners of small businesses who are averse to accounting software and want to set up an old-fashioned shoebox system may consider the next “Success Steps Breakfast” at Colorado Mountain Col–lege.

The seminar will be from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, in Bogue Hall, Room 200. The $10 fee includes a continental breakfast.

The seminar is sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, CMC’s Small Business Development Center, the local chapter of SCORE and the Steamboat Springs Economic Dev–elopment Council. For more information, visit

Lebofsky buys Watersong Computer Services

Ken Lebofsky has purchased Watersong Computer Services from Sheryn Olson. Lebofsky was formerly network manager for the School of Engineering at Penn State University.

Olson started the business 12 years ago at a kitchen table in a little house next to the Elk River, which inspired the name of the enterprise.

She is leaving her business to attend graduate school and study ecology. Olson extended her appreciation to her clients and business associates.

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