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Boy Scouts Now Enjoy Warm Shelter

The treacherous winds this winter season are not only are taking a toll on everyone’s hair, it has also caused problems for our local Boy Scout Troop 8. When the young men set up their annual tree sale, their sign was standing too close to their tent. One very windy night shortly thereafter, the wind blew over the sign and the sign fell into the tent and ripped it to shreds! The boy scouts needed shelter in ...

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Veterans Day Ceremony Tuesday, November 11th

The annual Veterans Day Service will be held next Tuesday, November 11 at 11:00 a.m. at the Estes Valley Memorial Gardens, 1672 Fish Hatchery Road in Estes Park. The ceremony will begin with a prelude on the bagpipes and drum by Skylar Johnson, Piper, Jim Thompson, Piper and Jack Barber, Drummer. The Presentation of Colors will follow with the Color Guard from Joseph J. Duncan, Jr. Post 119 of the American ...

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Hermit Park An Undiscovered Gem

Larimer County’s newest open space remains an undiscovered gem, especially in the off-season. Come on out in the winter and enjoy the solitude at Hermit Park Open Space. Camper cabins are available at the off-season rate of $60 per night. For the truly hearty campers, a few campsites are available for $20 per night. On-site trails include the Kruger Rock Trail and the Homestead Meadows Connector Depending o ...

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Voter Information Available At Library

Voters in Colorado and Larimer County face a vast array of issues and candidates this election season. In partnership with the League of Women Voters, the Estes Park Public Library is offering resources to help voters navigate a complex ballot. The League’s “Ballot Issues 2008” booklets are available to pick up at the Library. These free booklets contain the major provisions and the “pro and con” points for ...

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Child Care/Preschool Scholarships And Assistance Available Through EVICS

In today’s economy, childcare expenses, when combined with other critical living expenses, can threaten to overwhelm families. Yet childcare is essential in order for parents to be able to work or continue their education to improve job skills. Preschool opportunities have been proven to help young children be ready for Kindergarten. Research shows that children who arrive at school ready to learn are more ...

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A Big Thank You For A Successful Eagle Project

Garrett Hurni would like to thank everyone for their donations (time, sweat and money) to his Eagle Project. From Boy Scout Troop 10 in Estes Park, Garrett got more than 40 volunteers to donate more than 200 man hours to build a new outdoor theater at the United Methodist Church of Estes Park on Fish Hatchery Road. Estes Park Lumber Company, Kearney and Sons, and Ace Hardware all donated product and discoun ...

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Estes Valley Community Fund Committee

Over the past weeks there have been five bi-weekly articles published in the Estes Park newspapers under the banner Changing Lives in the Estes Valley. As noted at the end of each article, they were written by the Estes Valley Community Fund Committee of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado. What is the Estes Valley Community Fund Committee, and what is its connection with the Community Foundation ...

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