Biz buzz:
OCCA board gives Heikes 2nd term

       The Old Colorado City Associates (OCCA) Board unanimously named Jim Heikes president for a second one-year term at the meeting Jan. 8.
       The board voting for the other officer posts was also unanimous: Kathy Bousquet, vice president; Charlie Irwin, secretary; and Don Wick, treasurer (also his second year).
       All four had been re-elected to the board in a mail-in vote of OCCA members in late December. Also in that balloting, new board members were voted in for '08: Sharon Wolfe, Doug Manyik and Cretee Nemmer. Others re-elected were Jake Topakas, Julie Fabrizio, Howard Walters and Mazie Baalman.
       The OCCA is a group of dues-paying Old Colorado City merchants that plans and organizes marketing activities and public events, including the annual Territory Days.

       Liberty Tax Service, which recently opened an office at 1935 W. Uintah St., invites the public to a “grand opening roadside party,” featuring “Miss Lady Liberty” Saturday, Jan. 12 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
       Founded in 1997, the local office is part of an international tax service for the United States and Canada. The general manager is David Carlock.
       For more information call 630-1246.
      
       Bob Rose, a certified Classical Hatha Yoga instructor since
       1977, is a new teacher at Dancing Hearts Studio, 2828 W Colorado Ave.
       Also an enzyme therapist and registered nurse he has trained in yoga and natural
       healing.
       For more information, call the studio at 685-1100.

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