Latest News – October 3

Harvest Dinner & Dance Serves Up Good Times, Food

It's smiles all around for Orient Land Trust staff (left to right) Kelley Michelle, Aimee Morfitt and Rosie Rosenberg take a moment to pose at last Saturday's Inaugral Harvest Dinner and Dance. Photo: Saguache Today/ Kathy Bedell.

It’s smiles all around for Orient Land Trust staff (left to right) Kelley Michelle, Aimee Morfitt and Rosie Rosenberg take a moment to pose at last Saturday’s inaugural Harvest Dinner and Dance. Photo: Saguache Today/ Kathy Bedell.

spacerChamber’s Speaker Program Tuesday in Saguache

Tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 4 the Saguache Chamber of Commerce continues with their popular speaker program. This week features Michael Hornbeck who will speak about The Private Exchange, an insurance agency whose specialty is in retirement planning and Senior insurance, including Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage, and Part D Medicare.chamber logo

The Private Exchange has been in business since 1974 and is located in Summit County. Michael serves both Chaffee and Saguache Counties as well, and recently became a member of the Chamber to pursue his interests in the Valley.

In addition to retirement plans, his agency also offers health insurance plans via insurance companies who offer health plans off the government exchanges.

Come and learn more about Hornbeck, his business, services, and other plans he has in mind for the future.

The Chamber Speaker Program is held at 6 p.m. at the County Road & Bridge at 305 3rd Street in Saguache. Please contact the Chamber at info@saguachechamber.org or call Barry at 719-322-7298 if you have any questions about this meeting or if you’d like to know more about the Chamber Speaker Program.spacer

Attendees of the inaugral Harvest Dinner and Dance at the historic Everson Ranch were treated to ranch grown and fed foods, some lively music, and locally brewed beer and wine. Photo: Saguache Today/Kathy Bedell

Attendees of the inaugural Harvest Dinner and Dance on October 1 at the historic Everson Ranch were treated to ranch grown and fed foods, some lively music, and locally brewed beer and wine. The Everson Ranch is owned and operated by the Orient Land Trust. Photo: Saguache Today/Kathy Bedell

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