Saturday, February 9, 2002
LABINE PROMOTED TO V.P. FOR SUMMIT
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSTodd Labine was recently promoted to vice president of construction and development of Summit Habitats Inc., a locally owned custom home building, design and development company founded in 1981. Labine has been with Summit Habitats since 1995.
Before Labine joined Summit Habitats Inc., he gained experience in aspects of the construction and development industry ranging from site selection to construction management.
He joined Summit Habitats in the role of project manager and immediately became a key figure in the organization of the Club Cottages for Cordillera as well as for numerous custom homes and development projects.
"With a solid team already in place, having Todd in the role of vice president of construction and development makes the entire organization stronger," said Sandy Treat, president of Summit Habitats, Inc.
FIRST NATIONAL SETS GRAND OPENING
OAK CREEKFirst National Bank of the Rockies has set grand opening activities for its Oak Creek branch.
A ribbon cutting will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, food will be available, balloons will be offered, Internet banking will be demonstrated and drawings will be held for a gas barbecue grill.The bank is at 319 E. Main St. in Oak Creek.
WEDDING FAIR SLATED FOR MARCH 1
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe annual Wedding Fair is from 5 to 8 p.m. March 1 in the Priest Creek Ballroom at the Steamboat Grand Hotel.
The fair is open to all wedding vendors. For information, call Kara Sargent at 276-3567.
HABITAT SEEKING HELP OF BUILDERS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSIn preparing for its second Steamboat project, Habitat for Humanity is seeking the help of local building professionals.
Those interested in helping should contact Wendy Fisher at 879-9212.