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Town Talk for Jan. 16

It's time to find out who the state's best women's and men's snowshoers are this Saturday at 10 a.m., when the Pedal Power Snowshoe Adventure Series hosts the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse Colorado State Snowshoe Championships at the Tennessee Pass Nordic Center. This is the official state championship, sanctioned by the USSSA. As a regional qualifier, It will also help decide who will represent our area at nationals this March in Bend, Ore. All proceeds from the series benefit Eagle and Lake County Charities.  For more information, call Pedal Power Bike Shop at 970-845-0931 or register directly online at pedalpowerbike.com.

It's time to find out who the state's best women's and men's snowshoers are this Saturday at 10 a.m., when the Pedal Power Snowshoe Adventure Series hosts the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse Colorado State Snowshoe Championships at the Tennessee Pass Nordic Center. This is the official state championship, sanctioned by the USSSA. As a regional qualifier, It will also help decide who will represent our area at nationals this March in Bend, Ore. All proceeds from the series benefit Eagle and Lake County Charities. For more information, call Pedal Power Bike Shop at 970-845-0931 or register directly online at pedalpowerbike.com.

Join Walking Mountains and ThriveMD today at 6:30 p.m for the Science Behind Stem Cell Treatment for Joint Pain. ThriveMD medical director Scott Brandt will explore how your own stem cells (derived from fat tissue) carry huge potential to restore an active, pain-free life. For the past 15 years, Dr. Brandt has specialized in interventional pain management and is now one of the few physicians in the country who is trained in a minimally invasive technique that is saving many patients from undergoing difficult joint replacement surgery. This program is free to the public, so please call 970-827-9725 to reserve your spot!

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