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Ellen Stein leaving Ag Alliance

Ellen Stein leaving
Ag Alliance

Ellen Stein, the executive director of the Community Agriculture Alliance, has resigned her position in order to take the helm of the non-profit Mountain Studies Institute in Silverton.

Stein announced her resignation Friday. She will begin work with the Mountain Studies Institute June 15.

Members of the Community Agriculture Alliance’s board of directors said Stein will be missed, but wished her well in her new endeavors.
“Ellen has established a solid foundation for the organization,” said board President Mike Tetreault. “She has planted many seeds that a new director will develop further and grow into the future.

“She has been remarkably successful in identifying and bringing financial resources to the organization in a very short period of time. She is leaving the organization on solid ground and in great standing.”

The board has begun searching for Stein’s replacement.

“Ellen has contributed much to the organization. The board is very supportive of her decision and wishes her the very best,” board Treasurer John Kerst said. “We are working together actively on a transition plan to ensure the CAA remains strong going forward.”

The CAA is a non-profit community-based organization working to preserve the heritage of the Yampa River Valley’s agricultural lands and rural communities.

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The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is seeking sponsors for the 22nd annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo.

The balloon rodeo is July 12-14.

Sponsors packages are $450 and include business description in sponsor directory, promotional products in pilot packages, business recognition on the Balloon Rodeo Web page, two sponsor boards at event, a balloon ride for two, and other amenities. Those interested in being a sponsor should call the chamber at 879-0882.

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