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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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Estes Park Museum Volunteers Give 5,500 Hours In 2008

The staff at Estes Park Museum would like to recognize its dedicated volunteers for service in excess of 5500 total hours during 2008. Volunteers ensure the success of a multitude of Museum operations.  They contribute their time and expertise greeting and orienting visitors at the front desk, in collections management, exhibits production, Hydroplant visitor services, conducting gallery tours, providing pr ...

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Eagle Rock School To Receive 2009 High Flying School Award

The National Youth-At-Risk Conference in collaboration with The National Network for Educational Renewal hosted by the College of Education at Georgia Southern University announced the winners of its 2009 High Flying Schools Award. The awards will be presented to Eagle Rock School and four other schools during the opening ceremonies of the 20th annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference being held in Savannah ...

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Study Endorses Feasibility Of Performing Arts Center

A new study by AMS Planning and Research indicates that the Estes Park Performing Arts Center will provide a viable venue for the performing arts. Conservative estimates by the company project that the potential economic impact on the town will exceed $2 million per year. The updated study was commissioned by the Town and Supporters of the Performing Arts (SOPA), and was presented last week. AMS is a nation ...

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I Spent Five Hours In A Cop Car

By: Wayne Groome ....not as an invited guest, but as a willing participant. Being a graduate of last year’s Citizen Police Academy, I remembered what an adrenaline rush it was to ride along with an on-duty police officer. The upcoming academy will introduce this year’s students to ten weeks of police information and law, plus ride-alongs, dispatch department visits and building clearing techniques. That is ...

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Shop Locally, Support Our Estes Park Businesses

From Kris & Gary Hazelton We have always been eager to support our local businesses here in Estes Park. It’s just the right thing to do. It’s not business, it’s personal. There’s nothing more fun, especially during this holiday season, than to take the time to visit all of the unique shops in Estes Park to find the perfect Christmas gift for someone you love. The best part is when the business is locall ...

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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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