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Rocky Mountain National Park Donates Truck To Glen Haven Fire Department

Glen Haven was declared as a federal disaster area during last year's floods. Due to this designation, Rocky Mountain National Park staff were able to transfer a surplus Dump Truck at no cost to the Glen Haven Volunteer Fire Department to support community recovery efforts. On Tuesday, September 9, Jerry Jacobs, RMNP Property Management Specialist, Tom Housewright, Glen Haven Volunteer Fire Department, Dave ...

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Recycle Electronics And Shred Personal Documents October 11th At The Stanley Park Fairgrounds

On Saturday, October 11, at the Fairgrounds Park-n-Ride lot off Manford Avenue, community members can conveniently recycle unwanted electronics and have old personal documents shredded and recycled. Both collections take place from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., with Rotary Club of Estes Park sponsoring the Shred-a-Thon and the Town of Estes Park sponsoring electronics recycling. Shred-a-Thon The Rotary Club of Estes ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park’s Exciting Centennial Celebration Around The Corner

Honor the Past, Celebrate The Present, Inspire The Future The year-long celebration of Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th Anniversary begins next week, with fun kick-off events! Whether you are a regular visitor, a national park traveler, or a virtual explorer, Rocky Mountain National Park hopes that the anniversary will inspire you to experience and connect with the park that has inspired 100 years of pr ...

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Town Celebrates Amazing Volunteers

The Town of Estes Park held its 16th annual Volunteer Appreciation Event last week at the Estes Park Event Center. Following the theme "Seeds of Kindness," the event honored the many volunteers that assist the Town in various departments, serving Estes Park's residents and guests. There were approximately 200 volunteers in attendance. In 2013, volunteer hours totaled 44,028. There were 524 volunteers for th ...

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Seeking Before And After Flood Photos For One Year Anniversary Event

Mountain Rivers Jubilee, an event to be held Friday, September 12, 2014 at the new event Center at the fairgrounds to mark the one year anniversary of the flood, is looking for before and after flood photos for a presentation at the event. If you have photos to submit, please contact Marsha Hobert at Hobert@HobertLtd.com (970/586-9519) Also, if you know of anyone who volunteered during and after the flood, ...

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Estes Park Police to encrypt 800 MHz radio channels

Beginning the week of August 18, the Estes Park Police Department 800MHz radio channels used to conduct public safety operations will be encrypted. At this time, they will become inaccessible for members of the public who follow police operations using scanners. This change is in line with a county-wide effort of law enforcement agencies to protect public and officer safety and to protect the privacy rights ...

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American Legion Post 119 Building Fund Update

Renovations are underway. In case you haven't driven by the Legion in the last few days, Phase One has begun. Allenspark Construction has started the remodel of the west side of the American Legion building. Thanks to the many donations to the Building Fund the Legion was able to initiate this phase. The Building Fund received more than $20,000.00 in donations and received the total $20,000.00 matching fund ...

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Estes Valley Fire Protection District Is Looking For Volunteer Firefighters

The Estes Valley Fire Protection District has started its fall Volunteer Firefighter recruitment drive. We are seeking highly motivated men and women with a desire to become firefighters and serve their community. The work can be challenging and the time commitment for the initial training is significant, but the rewards will be well worth your efforts. This is an opportunity to help your community and lear ...

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