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Donate To Blue Santa At Locations Across Town Through December 13

Blue Santa donations brighten the holiday season for local residents in need. Courtesy photo

Blue Santa donations brighten the holiday season for local residents in need. Courtesy photo

Blue Santa is an Estes Park Police Department Auxiliary program that collects non-perishable food and hygiene products for approximately 45 elderly, shut-in and disabled community members that need a little extra holiday cheer.  Items can be donated at any of the following partner agencies through December 13:

Town Hall-Police, Finance and Administration

Estes Park Senior Center

Estes Park Convention and Visitor’s Bureau

Safeway

First National Bank*

Boulder Valley Credit Union*

Timberline Medical Center*

Bank of Colorado*

YMCA of the Rockies*

The Country Supermarket

Estes Park Public Library

MedX of Estes

B&B Food Mart*

Rocky Mountain Athletic Club*

Rocky Mountain National Park

Animal Medical Center of Estes Park*

Curves*

Locations marked with an asterisk (*) will accept cash donations; 100% of cash donations will be used to purchase items for Blue Santa recipients. All items will be distributed on December 19.

Estes Park Elementary School students have already collected 1,524 items for the Blue Santa program this year, with the fourth grade students collecting the most donations. The Estes Park Police Department and Auxiliary extend a heartfelt “thank you” to all students who participated.

Individuals who are elderly, shut-in or disabled may also request to be the recipient of Blue Santa services by contacting Amanda Nagl, Community Services Manager at the Estes Park Police Department, at 970-577-3822. To receive Town news in your e-mail inbox, please e-mail spetrie@estes.org.

Blue Santa is an Estes Park Police Department Auxiliary program that collects non-perishable food and hygiene products for approximately 45 elderly, shut-in and disabled community members that need a little extra holiday cheer.  Items can be donated at any of the following partner agencies through December 13:
Town Hall-Police, Finance and Administration
Estes Park Senior Center
Estes Park Convention and Visitor’s Bureau
Safeway
First National Bank*
Boulder Valley Credit Union*
Timberline Medical Center*
Bank of Colorado*
YMCA of the Rockies*
The Country Supermarket
Estes Park Public Library
MedX of Estes
B&B Food Mart*
Rocky Mountain Athletic Club*
Rocky Mountain National Park
Animal Medical Center of Estes Park*
Curves*
Locations marked with an asterisk (*) will accept cash donations; 100% of cash donations will be used to purchase items for Blue Santa recipients. All items will be distributed on December 19.
Estes Park Elementary School students have already collected 1,524 items for the Blue Santa program this year, with the fourth grade students collecting the most donations. The Estes Park Police Department and Auxiliary extend a heartfelt “thank you” to all students who participated.
Individuals who are elderly, shut-in or disabled may also request to be the recipient of Blue Santa services by contacting Amanda Nagl, Community Services Manager at the Estes Park Police Department, at 970-577-3822. To receive Town news in your e-mail inbox, please e-mail spetrie@estes.org.

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