Why have your child play a musical instrument?

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Offered by Rich Germaine, Joyful Noise Music School, Inc. Unlike competitive team sports, students in school band or orchestra can always participate. No one sits on the bench waiting for a chance to play. Students who participate in school music programs are 52% more likely to go on to college and graduate. According to a… Read more »

Yard Work Can Really Pay Off!

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Offered by Brian Margolis, The Margolis Team In July, the days are hot and the sun stays out much later. That’s why evenings can be a great time to work on all those outdoor projects that you have been putting off. Sprucing up the curb appeal of your front yard will certainly help your home… Read more »

Celebrating Our 12th Anniversary!

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Offered by Susan Kline Hard to believe another year of our publishing The Brighton Buzz has passed, and we’ve been in business 12 years. Time fl ies so quickly and it’s amazing that our magazine keeps growing into its intended purpose… A resource for our readers for the betterment of their lives. As the area… Read more »

Prep, not luck, wins in this real estate market

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Offered by Scott and Laura Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway As with most things, winning in today’s real estate market has less to do with luck and more to do with preparation. The current market is challenging, with record-low inventory levels and bidding wars happening fast and furious on most homes in the affordable range. As a… Read more »

Voted 2017’s Top Workplaces!

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  Offered by The Eddy & Muñoz Home Team The Denver Post Top Workplaces program believes that “the most successful companies are the ones that employees believe in.” Madison & Company Properties is a company employees most certainly believe in. Ranked 5th in the Small Business category, this is the fourth consecutive year that Madison… Read more »

Your Pets Will Enjoy Bubbles n Bows

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Offered by Sue Maestas What could sound more appealing for your pet than an afternoon at Bubbles n Bows! The owner of the salon, Sue Maestas has a true love of animals and has had 30 years of experience in pet grooming as well as 10 years of experience breeding/showing pugs. Sue also spent a… Read more »

The Best Teacher I Ever Had

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Offered by Colorado Karate Club I was in the 2nd grade when my teacher looked at my school work and said to me, “You’ll never be anything more than average.” I went home at the end of the day and cried alone in my room. That statement really stung at 8 years old and it… Read more »

Show Brighton Parks and Rec How You Get Outside!

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#CatchMeOutsideBrighton Show the City of Brighton how you get outside this summer by hashtagging your photos with #CatchMeOutsideBrighton on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We’ll give out prizes to our favorite photos throughout the summer! With the #CatchMeOutsideBrighton campaign, the city hopes residents will enjoy their summer visiting Brighton’s many parks, open spaces and trails in… Read more »

Causes and Treatment of Diarrhea in Children

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Offered by Richard W. Martin, M.D., Brighton Pediatrics Diarrhea is defined as stools that are more frequent and looser in consistency than usual. The most common cause of sudden, new diarrhea is viral gastroenteritis, which often includes vomiting and low-grade fever. The diarrhea is usually watery and without visible blood. Vomiting, if present, usually stops… Read more »

Water Safety this Summer

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Offered by Premier Pediatrics With summer comes the fun of water. To ensure fun does not turn to tragedy, it is important to be knowledgeable in water safety. According to the CDC, about ten people die daily from unintentional drowning, with two of these being children fourteen years or younger. Among all ages, drowning is… Read more »