October 2014Issue #4
In this month's edition...
Transit, Broadband, Diversification: Region 10's multiple irons in the fire
Horsefly Brewing: How Region 10 helped grow my business
Retirement has its dark clouds; plan for the unexpected
Why it never hurts to ask for help: How Region 10 helped the Edmonds
Region 10 is actively involved in three keystone projects that will help spur infrastructure and economic development for our communities. Learn more about our latest efforts in economic diversification, broadband development, and transit coordination.
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The leaves are turning colors everywhere you look, signaling the impending change that is in the air. Heraclitus stated, "Change is the only constant in life." Truer words were never spoken. 

The same applies to work that Region 10 is doing to make certain that change is occurring in a positive manner. Learn more about our on-going economic and community development efforts. Also, read some of our testimonials from pleased clients who have utilized Region 10 services to advance themselves and their businesses. Finally, if you are nearing retirement, learn about how you can better prepare for life after work and plan for the unexpected.

It's a well-established fact that Colorado loves microbreweries. With over 200 breweries of varying sizes and specialties, Colorado is often considered the Napa Valley of beer. When the call for help rang out from one of Montrose's own breweries, the Horsefly Brewing Company, Region 10 answered the call


Learn more about the brewery's expansion and how Region 10 helped finance the project.

As a person approaches their golden years of retirement, their thoughts are likely filled with visions of relaxing and enjoying sunsets and maybe focusing on their favorite hobby or two. But there's an entity lurking in the background behind all of us. It's the "unexpected" event that strikes when we are least prepared. 


Learn how to plan for the unexpected, so that you can fully enjoy the fruits of your labor during retirement.

It is common for those in older generations to avoid seeking help. They don't want to be a burden. They pride themselves on their self-reliance. But sometimes, we all just need a little extra help. 

Thank you for your continued support in making our six
-county region one of the best places to live and work. 
Michelle Haynes
Executive Director
Region 10

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