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Estes Park Celebrates Our Own Gold Medal Winner John McManamon!

John McManamon of Estes Park recently participated in the Rocky Mountain Senior Games in Greeley, Colorado. The games were held June 18-22 and John participated in the 50-54 age category. There was a total of 808 athletes participating in this event and John won four gold medals at the games. John’s gold came from winning the Basketball Free Throw and Three Point Shot competitions as well as Raquetball Sing ...

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Fly Away At MacGregor Ranch

httpv:// By: Kris Hazelton Local bird expert and rehabilitator Scott Rashid released four beautiful Cooper’s Hawks at MacGregor Ranch last weekend. The birds, four juvenile males, born this year, had been injured flying into windows while trying to capture their prey. They were taken in by caring citizens and cared for at the Birds of Prey Foundation in Broomfield, CO. Dur ...

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Friends Of The MacGregor Ranch Enjoy Haywagon Event

The XIX Friends of MacGregor Ranch enjoyed a fun evening Monday when they participated in the Haywagon Ride Event. The group was invited in recognition of their ongoing support and commitment to the perpetual operation of MacGregor Ranch. The mission of the Muriel L. MacGegor Charitable Trust is "To continue operation of the MacGregor Ranch as a high mountain historic working cattle ranch and to support you ...

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Changing Lives In The Estes Valley

Investing in Future Community Leaders Submitted by: the Estes Valley Community Fund Committee of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado Did you know that 85% of a person’s intellectual, emotional and cognitive ability is developed by age 5, before children even enter Kindergarten? Quality childcare has an incredibly important role to play in the growth and development of young children who will becom ...

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7th Annual Relay Raises An Amazing $94,000 To Help Find A Cure For Cancer

httpv:// The 7th annual Relay for Life held on Friday August 1st was a rousing success. Even the weather cooperated this year. Approximately 450 people turned out to circle the track to help raise funds that go to support state of the art cancer research. The track was full of people, some pushing small children in strollers, groups of laughing teenagers, young and old alik ...

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KickStart-Tools To End Poverty, A New Approach

Part of of Rotary Internationals goal of increasing their capacity to provide service to others is to undertake international projects for the benefit of the less fortunate. Through the Rotary Foundation and its Future Vision Plan, they are developing new models that emphasize simplification and the sustainability of their work through global service projects and their worldwide organization. One such proje ...

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$3 Million Bequest Earmarked For Rocky Mountain Nature Association

Money Boosts Campaign for Rocky Mountain National Park’s Next Generation Fund The Rocky Mountain Nature Association announced the receipt of a $3 million bequest from the estate of Edith and John London of Denver. At the Nature Association’s annual picnic, Executive Director Curt Buchholtz surprised an audience of four hundred members and donors with news of the largest gift ever received to benefit Rocky M ...

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Estes Valley Victim Advocates Receives First Donation From Rocky Card

July 29 was an important day for two local organizations. Estes Valley Victim Advocates received one thousand dollars to fund the operating budget for their new safe house. And Rocky Card, Inc. made its first donation to an Estes Park non-profit, helping to fulfill the company’s commitment to support the Estes Park community. ...

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