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    National Mentoring Month

    By Colonel Ben L. Walton, US Army (Ret.) January is National Mentoring Month. The purpose of the 31 day celebration is to draw attention to the need for more volunteer mentors to help young people achieve their full potential in life as they grow. Inaugurated in 2002, the Harvard School of Public Health, MENTOR and …

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    New Beginnings

    Celebrate the Grand Opening of 2017 By Marty Coffin Evans Open the windows, open the doors, welcome the New Year! What a time to celebrate all these next 365 days have to offer. Just what does “open” really mean for us? What do we open? What does it include? Familiar phrases or words such as …

Boulder County News
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    Barb Warner will touch your heart and soul and your funny bone.

    As she approached retirement, she realized that there weren’t any guideposts to design the next chapters of her life. She had read many self-help books but there were none that helped her understand the breadth and depth of the possibilities available in the the second half of life. So she decided to write one. She …

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    Tips to Save and Spend Wisely in 2017

    Did you get carried away with the holiday spirit this past season? On the heels of hefty spending, the New Year is the best time to take stock of personal finance habits and make beneficial changes for the year ahead. Here are some useful tips and tricks to spend and save wisely in 2017. Think …

Denver Metro News
  • Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant Seeks Contestants


    By Shari Ortiz, MCSAP President It’s a lovely Sunday in April. The stage of the Lakewood Cultural Center is empty, but the audience of many friends and family is seated and speaking in hushed whispers waiting for the scene to unfold. Backstage it is different, a hubbub of women, all of a certain age, decked …

  • Help Shape the Future of Seniors in Colorado!


    Playing a role in senior politics is so rewarding, not only can you build valuable relationships at a time in your life when you have so much experience and wisdom to offer, but you can also gain an appreciation and respect for the wonderful people who serve us and who count on us to help …

Larimer County News
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    Larimer County Extension Showcase

    The CSU Larimer County Extension responds to local needs and issues in several vital areas: family and consumer issues, horticulture, agriculture, food safety and nutrition, 4-H youth development resource management, small acreage management, and community safety issues. A recent luncheon was hosted by the Larimer County Extension held at The The Larimer County Conference Center, …

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    Vacation Destinations Where You Can Stretch Your Dollar in 2017

    Getting more out of a vacation starts with finding ways to stretch your travel budget. To help, travel deals publisher Travelzoo recently unveiled the top six destinations where Americans will find the strongest deals in 2017. “We predict three trends will influence travel deals next year. Increased choice for flights, a strong U.S. dollar, and …

Weld County News
  • Hilarity At Its Best


    If you missed ‘A Tuna Christmas’ presented at Windsor Community Playhouse in December, you missed all the fun and hilarity. Scott Finn and Steven Haas performed outstandingly portraying different characters, both male and female, from opening to closing curtain. For more information about Windsor Community Playhouse, visit or call (970) 674-1790. Pictured: l-r seated: Scott …

  • Snow Removal From Sidewalks


    Remember that city codes require that snow and ice be removed from all public sidewalks within 24 hours after the end of a winter storm, so pedestrians, especially school children and the physically-challenged may safely use the walkways. Please make arrangements to have walkways cleared to prevent a code violation and make property appear to …



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