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Vail lodge occupancy going strong

Daily Staff ReportVail CO, Colorado

VAIL, Colorado The Vail Chamber & Business Association recently released hotel occupancy figures for the week of Feb. 21 through 28. Antlers: 87 percent. Christiania Lodge: 86 percent. Destination Resorts: 90 percent. Evergreen Lodge: 81 percent. Holiday Inn: 87 percent. Lifthouse: 96 percent. Mountain Haus: 91 percent. Park Meadows Lodge: 80 percent. The Sitzmark: 100 percent. Sonnenalp Resort: 90 percent. Vail Spa: 86 percent. The Wren: 86 percent.

EDWARDS, Colorado The Shaw Regional Cancer Center has established the Hereditary Cancer Program, with a full array of hereditary-cancer counseling services, and has hired a full-time counselor for the program. Melanie Taylor has joined the Shaw Center to run the program.The program includes evaluating people with a personal and/or family history of cancer to determine if a hereditary predisposition for cancer exists. Hereditary evaluations involve getting detailed family and individual medical histories, looking at incidences and types of cancers that have occurred within a family. We may also coordinate genetic testing if its warranted, Taylor said. If we do find a hereditary predisposition for cancer, then well sit down with the person and discuss options for managing that risk. Those options can include increased screening and preventative surgical or drug treatments with referrals to appropriate health care providers.Taylor, who has a degree in genetic counseling from the University of Colorados Health Sciences Center, has been involved in the field for more than five years. She most recently had her own practice, providing counseling services to a number of cancer centers in the state. She has extensive experience in clinical, prenatal, pediatric and cancer genetics.For more information about the Shaw Regional Cancer Center and the Hereditary Cancer Program, call 569-7429 or visit http://www.shawcancercenter.com.

BROOMFIELD, Coloraodo Paul Toner has been selected as the new vice president of sales and marketing for RockResorts and Vail Resorts Hospitality. Toner brings more than 22 years of hospitality experience to his new position and has held jobs in Boston, Hawaii, Florida and Hong Kong.We are excited to have someone with Pauls vast experience and highly successful track record join our team, especially during a time of such exciting growth and development for RockResorts and Vail Resorts Hospitality, said Stan Brown, executive vice president and chief operating officer of RockResorts and Vail Resorts Hospitality.


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