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Program coordinator joins nonprofit team

Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Partners announces the addition of Kelsie Borland as program coordinator.

Borland grew up in Durango and has a degree in social work from Colorado State University. She is an AmeriCorps alumna who has spent the last two years working as a residential counselor with Volunteers of America Southwest Safehouse. She has previous experience in personnel management and training.

RSAPP is a nonprofit organization serving the five counties of Southwest Colorado and Fort Lewis College with the long-term goal of decreasing youth substance abuse. RSAPP works with youth-serving community organizations and provides tools, training, resources and AmeriCorps members while emphasizing community-based solutions.

For more information, visit www.rsapp.org.

Animas Museum hires new executive director

The La Plata County Historical Society announces that Naomi Reiss has been selected as the new executive director of the Animas Museum.

Reiss, who has lived in La Plata County for more than 20 years, began her duties Sept. 1. Carolyn Bowra will serve as museum director.

For more information, visit www.animasmuseum.org.

Keller Williams welcomes new agent

Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates welcomes broker-associate and Realtor Don Ferris to its team.

Ferris’ real-estate career began in 1977 and has included most aspects of the industry, with specialization in acquisition and disposition of investment real estate and both lease and purchase of large commercial and development properties. He also has an extensive background in residential properties, including sales, leasing, renovation and development.

Ferris earned a bachelor’s degree and a master of business administration from George Washington University. He served multiple tours in the Vietnam War. Most of his real estate career has been spent in Southern California.

For more information, visit Keller Williams Realty at 700 Main Ave. or call 903-0030.

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