HJB Designs, Holly Beck
======**NOTE** The first letter below was written earlier this year — the second letter was written October 10th. =======
I am working on designs and prototypes for my leather goods in preparation for pop ups, festivals and art shows in the greater Colorado area. I am also expanding HJB Designs in the Home Organization industry while still including Design and Decor.
I have set up my leather studio in my dining room at home. I have a variety of crossbody bags for sale now at Uniquely Lyons. Currently I am working on planning a date for a trunk show/pop up at Laura Levy’s office on Main St.
The home organization aspect of my business includes me going to client’s homes and working room by room to declutter and organize helping people who are moving; and even people who have lost loved ones and need help going through their home but can’t take that step on their own. I help them sort the piles to keep, sell, donate or discard.
My business is still called HJB Designs. I have dropped “Bellwether”. However, in the wake of the fire a few of my artists and I are planning the pop ups together. For brand recognition we are calling ourselves the “Bellwether Belles”. As I know the dates and locations I will certainly let you know.
I also wanted to add that the home organizing business ties in with home decor and design that I have already been doing in the past as a home stylist with HJB Designs. I really am catering to busy families who truly want to be organized and efficient but do not have the time. This may include families with 2 working parents, single moms/dads who work, or simply individuals who are working or just have too much on their plate to organize, purge and style their home. Perhaps it’s the empty nesters who are wanting to downsize. ……………….Holly Beck
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PO Box 541, Lyons CO 80540
Lovely By Nature, pet grooming, Jenae Sigg
Grooming by Appointment Only. Text for your grooming appt 303-501-5882
Thank you to ALL who have donated and helped in various ways!! We couldn’t be back up and running so fast without every one of you!
We are so blessed and grateful to be a part of this amazing community….to receive the love and support of so many friends, family, our loving clients!!
Rabbit Brush Gallery, Liz Durfee
After the fire, Liz Durfee wrote a sincere note on her Facebook page describing the incident and thanking all those who helped her get thru it. — She also said that people could contact her thru her POBox 495 – if you had layaway, gift certificates, or were a consignment artist. === The Lyons Recorder staff has since written her via email, by letter to her POBox, on Facebook, and attempted to reach her by phone, but has never heard back from her. If anyone has concrete information about a new business location, please let us know, and we will publish an update in the weekly “News Briefs.” LyonsRecorder.Editor@gmail.com
Scope Accounting, Julie Hamilton
It was an especially difficult tax season after losing my husband in February; and I worked out of temporary locations to get through the season.
In May I did move into a new permanent office located at 324 Main Street – I’m in an office space located behind Gateway Realty. I am pretty lax during the summer so currently my scheduled hours are Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 to 3 and additional hours are available by appointment. Clients should call or email to set up a time to come by. My phone number is 303.324.2869 and email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Sincerely, Julie Hamilton E.A. (as of October, the days/hours are the same)
Chelsea A. Victor, Attorney & Counselor at Law
Resumed appointments mid-January after office was thoroughly cleaned and treated for smoke damage (which was minimal fortunately). Back at work and accepting estate planning clients. Contact phone and email are below. Thanks!
My street address is 422 Main Street, Lyons, CO 80540. Mailing address is PO Box 763, Berthoud, CO 80513.
Phone: (303)702-0591 — Email: email@example.com
Main Street Gallery, 3Cs Art Collective
Note from Editor: This statement was written earlier this year. We contacted them October 10th, and nothing has changed. (no new location / still looking for places in town to hang art / the Fire Benefit website is still alive)
We are still searching for a location but haven’t found it yet. For now we are actively searching for businesses who’d like to show our artists’ work on their walls. We’re keeping the Collective alive by continuing to support artists through various businesses and venues, including online exhibitions on our website, which collectors in the market for art created across the United States, are welcome to peruse. We’re currently adding more artists to the website for our Main Street Gallery Fire Benefit.
It’s been a difficult time losing two patriarchs in our family and our gallery within a year. We have banded together as a family to support each other.
We thank the incredibly generous and compassionate people of Lyons who have brightened the darkness.
Anyone interested in showing artist work in your businesses, please contact us.
……….. The “3Cs”: Connie Luebbert (mom), Christie Snelson (daughter), and Chelsea Grace (daughter).
Red Canyon Art, Connie Luebbert
Thank you for your thoughts, but please know there was not any smoke damage at Red Canyon Art. We waited for test results to confirm that. We originally were concerned that we may have had damage, but did not.
firstname.lastname@example.org 303-823-5900 Open Daily 10 a.m. to 5p.m., closed on Tuesdays
a new guide: Wildfire Preparedness and Risk Management for Businesses guide (https://www.ventivtech.com/