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Kum & Go, L.C., announced Saturday that "customers can opt to donate $1 at the registers to the American Red Cross for Haiti Relief Efforts."

In addition to customer donations, Kum & Go also will donate $20,000 to the Red Cross International Response Fund, which has been designated to help victims of the Haiti earthquake, according to a news release.

"We join the rest of the world in looking for ways to assist the people of Haiti," said Kyle J. Krause, Kum & Go president and chief executive officer.

"In addition to Kum & Go's contribution we want to give customers the opportunity to help the Red Cross with relief efforts.

"We are fortunate to be able to help the Red Cross efforts during such a terrible tragedy."

Kum & Go stores will be collecting donations until Sunday. Kum & Go has three locations in Craig and one in Hayden.

Nutri Therapy Center is changing places

Nutri Therapy Center has changed locations from the Cen­tennial Mall to downtown Craig.

The business opens today in its new location, 11 E. Victory Way, on the corner of Yampa Avenue and Victory Way in the old Mountain West building.

Holly Sperry, certified nutrition and wellness consultant, will continue to provide nutrition response testing and diet consultation.

Massage therapist Kacey Snowden also will provide massage therapy at the new location.

For more information, call 824-3400, stop by the new location, or visit the business online at

New retail store in the Centennial Mall

Little Bear Creations is now open for business at the Centennial Mall in Craig.

This new store offers many different items, from watches to antiques and more.

It has paints and prints by local artist Pam Wilson-Orth, Glen Pritchard's Antler tables and coat racks, dolls and handmade jewelry made by Tonia Parshall.

Stop by and see the business today. It is located across from Maurices inside the mall, or you can call 701-3001.