Happy February From Young Montessori!

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Offered by Erin Young, Young Montessori Happy Valentine’s Day and happy early spring planting! We are beginning to grow some vegetables and herbs indoors for our school garden and we are so excited to watch them grow. We will continue to plant, grow and nurture out garden through the summer months as part of summer… Read more »

Horse Agility… Just What Is That???

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Offered by Kim Gieseke, Promenade Horsemanship Academy It is interesting how people take notice when you are the “world champion” in something. This past year, myself, and several students participated in the International Horse Agility video competition. When I first competed in this equine discipline, people who had no idea what it was would comment,… Read more »

Fevers- When Should I Worry?

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Offered by: Brittany LaVoy, MD., Brighton Pediatrics During this time of year coughs, colds and fever seem to be everywhere. Fevers are extremely common in children. They are a normal part of the body’s immune system responding to a viral or bacterial infection in most cases. It is also very common to have fevers following… Read more »

The Power Of Failure And The Cost Of Success

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Offered by Willy Strohmeier – Colorado Karate Club Maddox is a vivacious six year old Karate student who trains consistently every week and enjoys the training and its benefits. This day, Maddox, along with several other students, is testing for his Yellow Belt. He has trained and prepared well. His mom and dad are here… Read more »

Winter’s Silent Threat – Carbon Monoxide

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Offered by Kristine Waters Ray, MD, Premier Pediatrics With winter and cooler temperatures still in full swing, many of us are using space heaters, fireplaces and wood stoves for warmth. While these can make our house cozy, they do come with increased risk of exposure to Carbon Monoxide, which is a harmful gas that can… Read more »

Tips for a Better Credit Score

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Offered by Jan Giuliano, Academy Mortgage – The Giuliano Team Mortgage Lenders are not experts on credit but here are some tips that can help anyone committed to good financial health: Pay all your bills on time. One 30 day late payment can have significant negative impact on your scores. Don’t co-sign loans. Their late… Read more »

Whats New From SHOT Show 2018

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Offered by Cheri Simmons Simmons Shooting Academy I’m writing at 4:00 am, from the 2018 SHOT Show in Vegas, and just like a kid, I’m too excited to sleep. Ok, it’s easy to be excited about holding all the new guns coming to market soon, right? But there are three new products I can’t stop… Read more »

Did The New Tax Act Affect Your Estate Plan?

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Offered by Dolan & Associates, P.C. In December, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which made significant tax law changes. The changes to the death tax in the Act will not affect most Americans. The Act increases the exemption from paying estate tax to $11.2 million per individual. Any amount over the exemption… Read more »

Heroes of our Community

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Offered by Brian Holley – Farmers Insurance Our children are the future of our country and our society. The families and homes of our community have always been, and always should be, the shelter from the “storm” of chaos which assaults the character and values of our children. Outside of our homes, on the front… Read more »