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By Ed Duffy

Four former employees of Peak Spa and Wellness would like you to know that although Peak Spa and Wellness is no longer, they are still at the same location, providing the same services they have been offering for years.



The location is 413 Security Blvd. Providers are Chistine Vigo; Hands for Healing, Andrae Kovac; Beauty2Envy, Andy Kissick; Kissick’s Massage, and Rachel Buckley; Nature’s Momma, LLC.

Hands for Healing offers massage therapy, specializing in swedish, deep tissue, hot stone and pre-natal. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 7pm and Saturday from 10-4. You can reach Christine at 719-337-6045  and like Hands for Healing on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChristineWithHandsForHealing.

 

from left; Andrae Kovac, Andy Kissick and Christine Vigo

Beauty2Envy offers aesthetic services such as facials, microderm abrasion, waxing and chemical peels. Andrae’s hours are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10-2, thursday and Friday from 10:30-8 and Saturday from 10:30-4. Visit the website at www.Beauty2Envy.com or call 719-466-0250.

Kissick’s Massage also offers Swedish, Deep Tissue and Hot Stone massage. Andy’s hours are 9am to 7pm Monday through Saturday. Find Andy on MassageBook at https://www.massagebook.com/Colorado_Springs~Massage~kissick-wellness-massage. You can also call him at 719-205-4270.

Nature Mama all-natural products



Rachel Buckley's Nature Mama, LLC offers skin care products that are all natural and organic. Products include organic hand sanitizer, diaper rash cream, magnesium and hemp infused lotions and body butters. Nature Mama is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 8pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 2pm. Follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NatureMamaBodyCare, you can reach Nature's Momma Llc by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also shop Nature Mama on Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/naturemamabodycare.

Four independent professionals. One convenient location, right across from the firehouse in Security, with one mission; to enhance your wellbeing naturally.

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By Ed Duffy

Widau Insurance has moved, but only across the street.

The new office is at 47 Widefield Blvd, in the Fountain Valley Shoppette between Back to Eden and Centerpointe Family Medicine.

Widau is an independent agency, offering auto, home, RV, rental (for landlord and tennant) and commercial/business insurance.

Learn more at their website: widauinsuranceagency.com, check them out on Facebook or call (719) 896-4447. The Widau Agency is open from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday and Saturday by appointment.

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By Ed Duffy

There are about 3 dozen great craft breweries in Colorado Springs, but there's nothing on the southeast side (Security-Widefield/Fountain area). That's about to change with the arrival of Peaks N Pines in Fountain.

It may not look like much now, but the property at 212 W. Illinois Ave in Fountain, Colorado will soon be home to Peaks n Pines second location. The first is located at 4005 Tutt Blvd in Colorado Springs.

Peaks N Pines serves dinner as well as drinks. The new location will actually serve as the primary brewing site. The 10BBL brewhouse will have 20BBL fermenting capabilities. It's being constructed now, by Forgeworks of Ridgeway, Colorado.

Craft Breweries and tap houses are increasingly serving as neighborhood gathering places. Peaks N Pines aims to serve as a community focal point as well. The new location will feature a 1200 square foot taproom, 450 square foot events room and an 800 square foot pet-friendly patio. They hope to be open for business in late Spring or early Summer.

In the meantime, you can preview their brews at the Tutt Blvd location. They're open from noon to 10pm Monday through Thursday, noon to midnight Friday and Saturday and from noon to 9pm Sunday.

Learn more about Peaks N Pines at their website and give them a Like on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/PeaksNPinesBrewingCo

Note to all you other brewmasters out there. Security-Widefield still needs a brewery. Thanks to Peaks N Pines for stepping up and getting the party started.

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by Ed Duffy

It was standing room only at Lost Friend Brewing Company's grand opening this past Saturday.



Lost Friend is family friendly and pet friendly. They strive to be a great neighborhood brewery, where one can enjoy a great craft brew and bring along someone who doesn't drink beer. You can even bring the kids and the dog.


Lost Friend is located at 2458 Montebello Square (near Academy and Union). They're open Wednesday and Thursday from 11-9, Friday and Saturday from 11 -10 and Sunday from 11 - 8 (closed Monday and Tuesday).

Visit them online at www.lostfriendbrewing.com, Facebook; Facebook.com/lostfrinedbrewingco or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Press Release (RedEnergyPR.com)

Ent Credit Union, the #1 credit union in Colorado as ranked by Forbes in their inaugural “Best-In-State Credit Unions” survey in 2018, reported an unprecedented year of membership growth and financial performance in 2018. Ent’s membership grew by more than 11%, with the credit union now serving more than 340,000 members throughout the state. Ent members received more than $43.8 million in dividends this past year, including more than $11 million in Ent Extras® cash rewards.
 
Ent’s strong membership growth was also coupled with strong financial performance in 2018, increasing total assets by more than 10 percent and total loans by more than 14 percent. S&P Global recently ranked Ent Credit Union #11 in its recent national list of “Best-performing credit unions of 2018,” the first appearance on the list of a Colorado-based credit union.
“Last year’s strong growth reflects the appeal that one organization focused on providing exceptional service, convenience, financial education and advice – in addition to competitive pricing and financial rewards – has with consumers,” said Ent’s CEO Chad Graves. “As Colorado’s leading credit union, we’re committed to delivering value in each of these areas in order to help our members live better financial lives.”