Business beat: Moffat County donors come up big
Bryce Jacobson, Business BeatBryce Jacobson's "Business Beat" appears Mondays in the Craig Daily Press. E-mail him at email@example.com
This past week, Moffat County United Way officials announced that their fundraising yielded them more than $500,000 in their most recent campaign.
A large portion of their fundraising comes in through payroll deduction programs from several local businesses and government offices.
Many of the businesses then match dollar for dollar what their employees deduct from their paycheck. There are a lot of thanks to go around for this large dollar amount being raised, but none more than the employees who live and work in Moffat County.
Thank you for your willingness to assist the community in this manner.
For more information about how you or your employer can arrange for a payroll deduction program, call Corrie Ponikivar at 824-6222.
moving and improving
Moving from the mall to downtown Craig a couple years ago, Creative Kitchen Solutions is yet another business that has made improvements in recent years in the Craig business community.
The business has relocated to and remodeled the old Moffat County State Bank building at 500 Yampa Ave.
Joanne and Robert Birdsall have been in business now for 5 years, designing kitchens and selling cabinetry and countertops. You can contact them at their new location or by calling 824-5321.
They also are online at www.explorecraig.com - keyword: kitchen.
New provider at Natural Health Care Center
High Touch Jin Shin energy healing work now will be performed by Donnalie Gallenbeck at the Natural Health Care Center in Craig.
According to Gallenbeck, "This is an ancient Japanese healing art that utilizes acupressure to harmonize the energy of the body, mind and spirit to restore health and well being. It is a painless treatment that often works for chronic pain or health problems."
To set up an appointment or find out more about this treatment, you can visit the 450 Center St. location or call 824-7744.