Business Spotlight

Home health care opens

in Lewis

Given Home Heatlh PC is a new face for home health care in the Cortez area. Located at 21262 Road 20 in Lewis, they are taking their first Medicare patients this month and have been serving self-pay patients since September. They are here to provide generous care to patients in or outside of Cortez who are unable to leave their home. They will offer a variety of health services including pre and post op care, physical and occupational therapy, medical social services, homemaker companion and more. Sandra Shepherd, RN, is the owner of the family operated business which comes out of her own home. Shepherd has been in the health care industry for 17 years and has been a registered nurse for 10 years. She is also looking for a few experienced, helpful individuals who want to provide a service to patients in our area. There are at least 10 various positions open. Contact Shepherd at 882-GIVE (4463) or email for information on patient care and the positions available. Visit their website at for a company description, mission and values.

Spiritual Healing Sessions with Catherine

Catherine Stefanavage has served as a bridge to the Spirit World and Divine Healing for over 24 years. She will be taking appointments in Dolores on Saturday Oct. 20, at the Dolores Healing Space, 102 S. 4th. Cost is $30 for a 30 minute session. Call 575-925-2884 for reservations. Walk-ins welcome as available

Cell phone and gaming repair in Cortez

A new repair shop has come to Cortez. Cell Phone Nurse, Gaming and Gadget repair is located on 324 W. Montezuma Ave. behind the Hair Affair salon. The business is owned by William Bashore, who repairs cell phones of all makes due to screen damage, water damage and various other malfunctions. He will be selling phone accessories and Phantom Skinz, covers for various different gadgets that protect your phones and other devices from everday wear and tear, debris and scratches. He also repairs, cleans and tests Playstation, Wii, XBox and GPS systems. You can also buy, sell or trade cell phones and gaming devices. They offer warranteed repairs and have a customer service hotline. Visit their website at to check out full services, details and special offers. Or call 564-3266 with any inquiries.

T.J.ís Cafe in Pleasant View hosts fundraiser

Newly opened restaurant, T.Jís Cafe located in Pleasant View, is teaming up with other independent new businesses in the Pleasant View, Cahone and Lewis area, to raise money for the Dove Creek music department. They will be hosting a small autumn fair on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., complete with pumpkin carving and decorating, chili contest, music and childrenís games. Plates are $7 and children under 3 eat free. Joneís Farm is supplying the pumpkins and gourds for the activities. Contact Sandra Shepherd at 560-2728 for more information on the event.

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