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Keller Williams donates to local charities

Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates recently hosted a holiday casino-night fundraiser called Denim & Diamonds, which raised more than $7,000 for local charities Adaptive Sports Association and the Elks Lodge Homeless Veterans Fund.

Adaptive Sports’ programs help enrich and transform the lives of people with disabilities through sports and recreation. By working with students to overcome physical and cognitive challenges in a supportive environment, the association helps students explore possibilities.

Elks Homeless Veterans Fund provides veterans with gift cards for groceries, gas, hotel rooms and survival kits that include hats, gloves, toiletries and snacks.

Keller Williams is located at 700 Main Ave. and has 40 real estate agents.

For more information, call Geoff Overington at 247-3840 or visit www.kwdurangorealestate.com.

Free business consultations available

A representative from the Southwest Colorado Small Business Development Center will offer free business consultations from noon to 4 p.m. Jan. 7 at the Women’s Resource Center, 679 East Second Ave., Suite 6.

The consultations are for women who want to start or expand their business and already have a solid idea for a business plan.

For an appointment, call 247-1242.

Herald Staff

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