Briefs: Biz Briefs May 25, 2009

• Carbondale-based Wilderness Workshop has selected Grand Junction watercolorist Kirby Roll as the next resident artist in its Artist in Wilderness program. Roll was selected for the one-week paid residency, which he will serve in late June, by a jury of Roaring Fork Valley artists and art professionals.

• Dan Smith, member of the Orchard Mesa Lions Club since l998, was elected district governor for 2009-2010. His term will begin July 1. He will be responsible for 36 clubs in western Colorado.

• Walsh Environmental Scientists and Engineers LLC, 535 Grand Ave., is pleased to announce the hiring of John Toolen as senior ecologist.  John has 30 years of experience in wildlife conservation, wildlife habitat management and environmental analysis in western Colorado.


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