Molly Campbell Community Service Award debutsThe Gant Condominium Association together with Destination Hotels and Resorts announced the creation of the Molly Campbell Community Service Award earlier this month.The award is named after long-time Aspen community leader and former Gant General Manager and Destination Hotels and Resorts executive, Molly Campbell. Beginning in 2007, it will be presented annually to an Aspen resident who has made an outstanding and enduring contribution to the community through service and volunteerism.”Molly’s service to Aspen has been an inspiration to so many who have worked with her over the years,” said Margaret Simmons, a past condominium association president. “Since 1970, her civic involvement has engaged and enlightened the Aspen community and resulted in significant positive change,” said Charlie Peck, president of Destination Hotels and Resorts. “Both organizations are proud to establish this award to recognize Aspen community members who have continued her inspirational model.”The award carries with it an honorarium of $1000 and the winner’s name will be inscribed on a plaque that will be publicly displayed. Nominations for the award will be sought in January with an award ceremony planned for June. The selection committee will be comprised of civic leaders and board members of Aspen non-profit groups.For more information on the Campbell Service Award, please contact Donnie Lee, general manager at The Gant at 970-925-5000.BJ Adams names new general managerBJ Adams and Company recently announced Nancy Turner Jankovsky as the real estate firm’s general manager. Jankovsky will oversee all the day-to-day operations for their Snowmass Village office, as well as their new Aspen office which opened in June.Jankovsky began her real estate career in the San Francisco Bay area over 20 years ago and has practiced real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley since 1995. She was most recently a Broker Associate with Sotheby’s International Realty.”I’m looking forward to this exceptional opportunity to work with such a stellar company,” said Jankovsky.”Given Nancy’s depth of experience in real estate sales and organizational management, she is an exceptionally good fit for our team,” said BJ Adams. “We’re thrilled.”First full-time skin treatment center in AspenThe Medical Associates of Cara Mia, Colorado’s award-winning skin treatment and dermatology center, is opening a satellite office on Sept. 1 in Aspen. The new offices will be located at the Aspen Institute of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at 400 W. Main Street in Aspen.The opening gives local residents full-time access to a top dermatology and skin treatment center. Cara Mia Medical Director, Dr. Leslie Capin says because of the dry conditions, altitude and continuous exposure to the sun as well as their active lifestyle, Aspen area residents have a high risk of skin cancer.”It’s such an active community with people skiing, kayaking, biking, rock climbing,” said Capin. “Aspen area residents are extremely health conscious and part of taking care of your body is taking care of your skin.”Cara Mia is the only center in Colorado with a board-certified doctor on staff offering round the clock dermatology and skin care to patients. Dr. Capin says the new Aspen offices go one step further by partnering with a reconstructive and plastic surgery center in the same location to offer patients more options. With hundreds of Aspen area residents already traveling to Denver to see us for treatment, Capin says “it makes sense to open a branch here.”For more information about Cara Mia Medical Day Spa and its four locations around Colorado, go to http://www.caramiadayspa.com.R.A. Nelson recognized as top Colorado employerAvon, CO – On the anniversary of the company’s 30th year in business, general contractor R.A. Nelson has been rated as one of the top 10 companies to work for in Colorado. They are the only business in the mountain region to receive an honor in this contest where employees themselves provided the feedback.In Aspen, R.A. Nelson is the builder of the Obermeyer Place project.This marked the premier year that the Colorado State Council of the Society of Human Resource Management teamed up with ColoradoBiz magazine and JOBing.com to produce a “Best Companies to Work For”. The competition was open to all public and private, profit and not for profit companies with at least 25 employees working in the state of Colorado. R.A. Nelson was one of 25 firms to make the list of finalists, and was the sole general contractor on the list. Their placement in the Top 10 was announced at an awards luncheon attended by hundreds in Louisville, Colorado earlier this month.According data collected, R.A. Nelson is seen by its employees as an organization that they are proud to be a part of, and they would recommend working there to family and friends. Employees feel they understand the company’s mission and strategic goals, and also understand how their job contributes to the organization’s success. Some other perks of employment at R.A. Nelson include a dependent scholarship program, weekly chair massages, continuing education for employees and frequent team outings and events.R.A Nelson is a long-time local general contractor who specializes in resort community building. Notable projects in the Roaring Fork Valley include the LEED-accredited Snowmass Golf Clubhouse, the Snowmass Lodge & Club, and Obermeyer Place in the City of Aspen.For more details on the awards, visit http://www.cobizmag.com.
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