The Town of Palisade was the host of this month’s Business-After-Hours, welcoming guests into the main meeting room of the Board of Trustees, which also doubles as Palisade’s municipal courtroom. The monthly mixer is held at different locations each month and offers Chamber of Commerce members a chance to network and socialize.
It was a lucky night for the West brothers of Varaison Vineyards, Andrew to the left of Alex, as each of them went home with a door prize.
Always expressive, John Sabal (foreground) invites a chamber guest to a ‘Paella Night’ at the Palisade Cafe 11.0 as Sue Ellen Rodwick describes her new position as Western Slope Branch Manager of the Food Bank of the Rockies to Chris Campbell of Atlasta Solar.
Penny Stine was VERY excited to receive a one day pass to this year’s Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Festival, scheduled for June 14 – 16. The lineup has just been announced and can be found on the website, www.palisademusic.com.
Formerly the manager of the Palisade Tribune, Betsy moved to Palisade in 2009 after spending almost 35 years in Breckenridge. She has three grown kids, two in Colorado and one in Idaho. A die-hard Palisade booster, Betsy is also a big fan of the Palisade High School Bulldogs.