Who is SOFX (Soul On Fire Xercise)?

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Offered by Sarah Korb – SOFX Are you looking for an exercise environment that will meet you at your level in exercise & ability and then coach you, teach you, and get you the physical results that you want? At SOFX we offer programming that is used worldwide, is measured, and is intentional so that… Read more »

Putting a Price on Divorce?

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Offered by Geoff Nelson, Brighton Family Counseling It is pretty easy to determine the cost of a divorce add and subtract the dollars and cents and there you go right? Not at all! How do you put a price on the emotional drain or even the guilt and shame associated with divorce. Or grieving the… Read more »

The Importance of Community – A Good News Story

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Offered by Susan Kline The rhetoric in today’s news very often has a negative or hostile twist to it. I am more than happy… Should I say thankful, to report this “good news true story” that happened to me recently. Early in April I was walking my dog mid-afternoon and enjoying the mild weather. This… Read more »

Tips For Selling Your Home In the Springtime

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Offered by Scott and Laura Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices With the arrival of spring comes the beginning of the peak real estate season. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter are in the rear view mirror and the warmest months are ahead. New listings flood the market, and you find there is more buyer and seller activity than… Read more »

Spring has Sprung!

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Offered by Erin Young, Young Montessori Spring has sprung, and we are so excited to welcome this beautiful season at Young Montessori with cleaning and preparing our outdoor garden beds! In the classroom, we are recycling all those leftover eggshells from Spring activities with an “Eggshell Grinding” work that can be used to help our… Read more »

Show Me Some (Tough) Love

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Offered by Willy Strohmeier – Colorado Karate Club It had to be when I was about ten years old, I had been doing Karate for a few years and I had gotten to green belt. By now though, the sparkle of training had been wearing off. I mean, there’s a lot of repetition, a lot… Read more »

5280 Feet And Your Eyes

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Offered by: Family Eyecare of Brighton Here in Colorado we enjoy over 300 days of sunshine per year. Most of us have a very clear understanding of the importance of protecting our skin at this altitude. Unfortunately, all too often we neglect two very important parts of our body which allow us to enjoy the… Read more »

Gun Safety

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Offered by: Joel Hartl, M.D. – Brighton Pediatrics, P.C. Recent events have brought gun violence back into the national spotlight. Guns are a topic fraught with passion for almost everyone. There are a few common things that we can all agree on. Firearms are dangerous. Not only that, but guns are especially dangerous to children…. Read more »

Chores And Responsibility

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Offered by Michele Tuepker, M.D. – Premier Pediatrics An important part of childhood development is learning how to manage responsibility. A great way to accomplish this is through age appropriate chores. Younger children may need more direction than older children, but there are many things that 2 year olds can do successfully. It is important… Read more »