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 September 24, 1999

Eschew clutter, get organized

If we could only find that daytimer, and it was here just a minute ago, The Eye would sure make note of the week beginning Oct. 3.

Promoters of National Get Organized Week — sponsored by, yes, the National Association of Professional Organizers — want to “bring awareness to the profession of organizing and to help educate the public about organization for a more efficient and productive home and work environment.”

The Colorado Professional Organizers (CoPO) will celebrate with free seminars, talks and contests.

Interested? Disorganized? Call Linda Hays, the Closet Therapist, in Loveland at 663-5773, or Jessica Derksen at The Organizers, 282-0982.

Now, where did we put that pen?

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The Eye spotted this item in the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce newsletter: “When Mike Hauser looks at Cheyenne, he sees an unfinished basement. ‘I think in terms of what it could be, not what it is,’ he said. Hauser, president of the Fort Collins [Area] Chamber of Commerce, said he believes Cheyenne is a city now coming of age.”

Hauser spoke at the Aug. 20 Governmental Affairs Forum luncheon in Cheyenne. One attendee told The Business Report that others at the forum, although initially taken aback by the “unfinished-basement” analogy, decided that it was apt. Like many communities, Cheyenne does, after all, have a lot to clean up, but oh, what potential.

Hauser said Cheyenne could avoid many of the mistakes of Fort Collins and other communities by preparing for growth 20 years out.

If we could only find that daytimer, and it was here just a minute ago, The Eye would sure make note of the week beginning Oct. 3.

Promoters of National Get Organized Week — sponsored by, yes, the National Association of Professional Organizers — want to “bring awareness to the profession of organizing and to help educate the public about organization for a more efficient and productive home and work environment.”

The Colorado Professional Organizers (CoPO) will celebrate with free seminars, talks and contests.

Interested? Disorganized? Call Linda Hays, the Closet Therapist, in Loveland at 663-5773, or Jessica Derksen at The Organizers, 282-0982.

Now,…

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