Member Meeting – February 12 Lunch

Luncheon – Thursday, February 12, 11:15am – 1:00pm
Rolling Hills Country Club – 15707 West 26th Avenue, Golden
Cost: $20.00, includes meal
Speaker: TBA

5-Minute Spotlight & Door Prize: Alan Davis, Breaking Well Media

Colorado Lark DuoThe Colorado Lark Duo will be providing background music for the February luncheon as members and guests register and get settled in. The duo is comprised of ABA member/guitarist Lorian Bartle and flutist Jennifer Pauley.

 

 

 

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February Speaker – Dan Rodriguez

Dan Rodriguez is an author, speaker, and CEO of the West Chamber Serving Jefferson County.

With his varied background as a former McDonald’s Restaurant Franchisee,
Martinizing Dry Cleaning Franchisee, and Las Vegas show producer, Dan has acquired
extensive knowledge of the team-building and leadership concepts of each of these
industries.

As a magician and speaker, Dan has 30+ years of performing experience and is credited
with over 8000 stage, television, and radio presentations.

He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association, Past National
President of The Society of American Magicians, and a long-time member of
Hollywood’s world famous Magic Castle.

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February 5 Minute Spotlight – Carol Salzmann

As Executive Director for the Lutheran Medical Center Foundation, Carol Salzmann is responsible for raising funds to support Lutheran Medical Center, Lutheran Hospice, Colorado Lutheran Home and West Pines Behavioral Health. With more than 30 years of health care leadership and practice experience, Carol leads the Foundation Board of Directors and development program. In 2013, the Foundation raised and gave $1.1 million in grants and assistance to Lutheran, helping with projects as varied as nurse education, purchasing critical care equipment, renovating patient care sites and helping provide charity care for un- and under-insured patients.

In Carol’s role as Vice President of Community Development, she stewards business, community, government and civic relationships focused on community health improvement. Carol’s previous experience includes critical care nursing, business development, nurse consulting, marketing and communications. She is a member of the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy and serves on Congressman Perlmutter’s Healthcare Advisory Board. She is a past Colorado Nightingale Honoree and a 2013 Outstanding Woman in Jefferson County Honoree.

 

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Carol Salzmann

Executive Director, Lutheran Medical Center Foundation and Vice President of Community Development, Lutheran Medical Center

Join Us for Business After Hours – Wednesday, Feb. 18

Join us for a night of networking and SPECIAL FOOD & drinks at the
After Hours for ABA on Wednesday, Feb. 18th, 2015, from 5-7pm
3000 YOUNGFIELD ST.   SUITE # 150WHEAT RIDGE CO 80215

720 524 8233 RSVP by 2/13/15; but drop-ins are welcome!
ORGANIC FOODS, BEER, WHITE & RED WINES & MORE

This year the food is provided by Town & Country Foods, a Colorado company. You’re sure to enjoy some tasty treats as you mingle with other members and talk up your businesses. And, Town & Country’s marketing director, Dianna Shivvers, will be joining us to tell you about their service. Come find out how you can get healthy foods that are delivered to you at home – and affordable!

Meet Town & Country:
Dianna will be with us through the evening and available to share information, but she’ll also give a short talk, about five minutes. Don’t miss it! She’ll give her chat at 5:15 and again at 6:15.

Special Prize Drawing:
Make sure to enter the most generous prize drawing from Town & Country Foods.
Enter to win a complementary food package worth $250 & more gifts from Kenly.

About Town & Country Foods:
Town & Country Foods is a Colorado based company providing the healthiest, cleanest food available through a home delivery service. The quality of our food starts on the hundreds of smaller U.S. farms and ranches we use to source our fine products. All of our animals are cared for responsibly, humanely treated and are never administered hormones, steroids or antibiotics. All of our vegetables are certified organic so there's no chemical residue from pesticides and herbicides. All our fish is wild caught – never farm raised.

We've been serving Colorado families for over 20 years and are dedicated to the highest customer service along with delivering the best food available at affordable prices. We have an unconditional guarantee and help families eat the way they'd like to while spending more time together and less time shopping.

****Learn more at: www.townandcountryfoods.com, or contact Dianna for more details: dianna@townandcountryfoods.com.

March 5 Minute Spotlight – Steve Coe

Steve and Cherie Coe, owners of Home Care Assistance, provide comfort, support and security for seniors and their loved ones. They accomplish this by meeting with their clients and family to complete a thorough assessment of the client, their home and the challenges they face as they age at home. The next step is to select the best caregiver for the client and introduce the two to confirm the care plan and the companionship fit.

The client assessment is based on their exclusive Balanced Care Method. Home Care Assistance caregivers are trained in this method where they study nutrition, fitness and mental stimulation in order to enhance your parent’s health and wellness. Home Care Assistance promotes health and independence for seniors, while offering support and respite for their loved ones.

 

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Steve and Cherie Coe
Home Care Assistance

ABA December Luncheon Recap

Kim Smith unwraps her White elephant gift at Applewood's annual Christmas Luncheon 12/11/14

Kim Smith unwraps her White elephant gift at Applewood’s annual Christmas Luncheon 12/11/14

ABA members enjoyed the Annual Holiday Luncheon on December 11, 2014. The white elephant gift exchange brought many laughter and excitement. The money raised through “steals” and auctioning of the last and second to last numbers raised money to help with the local hunger relief effort of h.o.p.e. (Helping Our People Excel). Members also brought non-perishable food to be donated to our local food bank. Our December Luncheon has been an opportunity to network with more relaxed setting among members and guests. Debbie Hall of Mary Kay was an emcee/Mrs. Santa for the gift exchange.