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Park Partners With Town Of Estes Park For The First Community Cardboard Recycle Day!

Rocky Mountain National Park and the Town of Estes Park are teaming up to provide an opportunity for area residents to recycle corrugated cardboard. The first Community Cardboard Recycle day will be Saturday, January 31, from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Residents are asked to bring their corrugated cardboard to the Rocky Mountain National Park truck/trailer site on Mills Drive. Signs will be posted on Mills Dri ...

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Kind Coffee To Support Next Generation Fund

 Kind Coffee owner Amy Hamrick in front of the coffee roaster. Courtesy photo Kind Coffee, LLC, a Colorado small business based in Estes Park, has pledged 1% of its 2009 profits to the Rocky Mountain Nature Association’s Next Generation Fund campaign. Totaling at least $2,500.00, the gift benefits youth education in Rocky Mountain National Park. Kind Coffee’s environmental support is an everyday part of i ...

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Partners Seeking Participants To Be Advisory Council Members

 By: Richard Smith, Partners Advisory Council Member WANTED- adult men and women who want to help create positive experiences for boys and girls in the Estes Valley. Your challenge, if you accept it, will be to spend about one hour a month as a member of the Partners Mentoring Youth Advisory Council. January is National Mentoring Month, a great time to reflect on who mentored you and who you have mentored. ...

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Local Roots Co-Op Offers Healthy, Natural Foods And Fresh Alternative

By: Kris Hazelton You are cordially invited to stop in and shop at our new Local Roots Co-op store in Estes Park. At the store, you’ll find a wide variety of natural foods, beautiful organic produce and much, much more! Dan Valley, is the Chairman of  Local Roots Co-op which is located at 429 West Elkhorn. The Co-op is member and community owned overseen by board members Dan Valley, Stacia Valley and Steve  ...

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If We Can’t Reach You, We Can’t Alert You

New Emergency Notification System Now Available For Residents By: Kris Hazelton Sergeant Corey P. Pass of the Estes Park Police Department wants residents to know about the New Emergency Notification System now up and running in Estes Park. When a disaster strikes, or an emergency situation arises, you want to know about it.  Now, because of this new emergency notification system, residents in Estes Park an ...

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Goldmann Pledges $30,000 To The Performing Arts Center

SOPA is happy to announce a $30,000 pledge from Steve and Joyce Goldmann for the new Performing Arts Center. They are part time residents in Estes Park and Steve serves on the YMCA of the Rockies Board of Directors. Steve Goldmann stated with his contribution that “Estes Park is a small town with a huge amount of talent, and there is a clear need for a quality performance space for our many exceptional arti ...

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Sign Up For Citizens Police Academy

The 2009 Citizen’s Police Academy, hosted by the Estes Park Police Department, will take place beginning January 12 and continuing through February 12. The classes are held each Monday and Thursday night from 6-9 p.m. The Academy takes place in the Municipal Building each night, in room 202. There are a total of ten classes that will expose you to everything from Constitutional Law to Crime Scene Investigat ...

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Eagle Rock Staff Member To March In Presidential Inaugural Parade

In keeping with its commitment to hold inaugural events that celebrate our common values and reflect our nation’s history of community service, President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden’s Inaugural Committee officially extended an offer to the Peace Corps Community and AmeriCorps Alums to march in the 56th Inaugural Parade. Members of these service organizations will join representativ ...

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