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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Business EXPO Gets Positive Reviews
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First Responders at the Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce Business and Wellness EXPO (left to right) Top row: Sgt. Steve Bryant, D.A.R.E.; Angela Bragg, S.W.A.T.; Mike Christian, Chaplain; Brandon Karle, Firefighter and Paramedic;Lt. Larry Archuleta. Bottom Row: Sgt. Ben Parsons, S.W.A.T.; Alfredo Gonzalez and K9 Jenny; and Capt. Ross Marsh.
 
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Frank and Ruth Roybal, winners of the $249 gift certificate donated by Bam Bam Firearms and Sporting Goods.
 
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The Rye High School band performed Saturday afternoon for attendees of the 2017 Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce EXPO.
 
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The return of winter boosted attendance at the Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce Business and Wellness EXPO held last Saturday at Craver Middle School from 10 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

The cancellation of outdoor events probably helped the attendance of the indoor EXPO which received solid reviews from 30 exhibitors and over 200 registered and more non-registered attendees.

Iconic Dental of Walsenburg was one of the new attendees. “It was wonderful,” said Tina Montez of the event. “We had lots of interest, especially in our insurance programs,” added compatriot Saber O’Connor. Both indicated they would return next year.

Digicare Hearing, a mainstay at the event, used the opportunity to roll out a new computerized hearing test instead of the sound booths they have used for years.

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