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Dive Team Works Hard To Serve Community

To The Editor, I am writing this letter in response to many overheard comments regarding the Estes Park Dive Rescue Team. I heard many negative comments being made as I tried to enjoy the Duck Race this year. From the remarks I heard, it was very clear that most people don’t understand much about this amazing team of people who donate hundreds of hours of their time every year to community service, training ...

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Loved Center Stage Dance Recital!

To The Editor: I had the opportunity on Saturday afternoon to attend the Suzanne’s Center Stage School of Dance annual recital. It was a joy to watch the boys,girls, and adults display their talents in obvious hard work. Even though I had no relatives in the show it was with great pride that I was able to enjoy so much talent coming from our community. One was able to see the confidence projected on each pa ...

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Regarding Immigration Reform

Dear Editor, Worldwide concern over the swine flu has captured headlines across the globe.  The efforts of some to use this health crisis to further anti-immigrant policies and agendas is deplorable. Legitimate concern over the outbreak of flu in Mexico is being used as an excuse to continue spreading the racist fear and hatred of immigrants that was evident during national debates about immigration reform ...

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Urges People To Not Sign EPURA Petition

To The Editor: One thing I enjoy is visiting with people about Estes Park, locals and guests alike-in the grocery store, on the river walk, lake trail, walking the streets or while they are waiting for a tour bus. I would say nine out of ten have great things to say for the community. Some live here; some have been coming to Estes Park for years; some have known us for only a few years and a lot are here fo ...

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Thoughts On EPURA

Dear Editor: What is all the fuss about EPURA? It is certainly beyond my comprehension. My husband and I moved to the Estes area in 1991; we could recognize then the many improvements to the community EPURA had accomplishments, contrasted with the Estes Park we knew in visits before the Lawn Lake flood—a town whose businesses and streets had looked pretty “raunchy” and run down; and we have continued to app ...

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Big Thanks From Chuck Coffey, The Big Duck

To The Editor: It was my honor to have served as the “Big Duck” for the 2009 Rotary Club of Estes Park 2009 Duck Race. With 5,903 duck adoptions sold we raised over $112,000 for the 66 charitable and service organizations in the Estes Valley. This achievement would not have been possible without the continuing dedication and hard work of the Rotary Duck Committee. There are so many aspects that the public n ...

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Victim Advocates Extends Thanks For Ladies Pool Tournament

Dear Editor It has been an active and energetic April for the staff and volunteers of Estes Valley Victim Advocates. We would like to thank the Wheel Bar for hosting the 4th annual “Ladies Pool Tournament” on April 19th and the Estes Park Board of Realtors for “Bowl-a-Thon V” on April 24th. Both of these fun events benefit Estes Valley Victim Advocates and My Sister’s Place. Thanks also to the women who tur ...

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Estes Park Community Comes Through Again!

In these difficult times it is easy to forget our four legged friends. Businesses and residents alike donated seven truck loads of used towels and blankets to help a variety of local animal shelters. Your donations helped Boulder, Longmont and Ft. Collins Humane Societies, Estes Park Pet Lodge and Greeley K-9 Bed and Biscuit. Shelters have seen a rise in homeless pets and a decrease in donations. Please kee ...

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