Do You Hear, But Not Understand?

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Offered: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center A very common misconception about hearing loss is that a person must be completely unable to hear, or deaf, before they need to get hearing aids. However, the majority of hearing aid wearers can hear many sounds and noises without hearing aids or… Read more »

Enroll In Camp Unplugged

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Offered by: Annette Price – Dragonfly Farm / Camp Unplugged Enroll In Camp Unplugged To Learn Horsemanship, Study Nature & More WOW! Camp Unplugged will be offering its 5th season of summer camp for local children. Our day camp for boys and girls aged 8-12, focuses on developing each camper’s curiosity, self-esteem, problem solving, and… Read more »

Becoming a Black Belt

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Offered by: Willy Strohmeier – Colorado Karate Club Every so often someone walks up to me and asks, “Hey Sensei, how long does it take to get a black belt?” Tongue in cheek I reply, “with my Amazon Prime, if I order within 45 minutes, probably by Wednesday before 8 pm.” Then I follow it… Read more »

Have You Heard About Rugby?

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Offered by: Jeanette Gallagher – Brighton Youth Rugby Associatio In the last couple of years, the sport of rugby has taken the USA by storm. As a way to bring this exciting sport to our local community, Jeff McEntee and Damon Balcerak started Brighton Youth Rugby Association, also known as BYRA, from the ground-up in… Read more »

Energy Drinks and Teens

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Energy drinks are touted to increase energy, alertness, and physical performance. NCCIH reports that 1/3 of teens between 12-17 years drink energy drinks on a regular basis. There are 2 kinds of energy drinks with the main ingredient in both being caffeine. One type comes roughly in the size of a regular soda can (about… Read more »

Spring Activities And Being Safe

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Spring has arrived and for most families this means enjoying more recreational activities outside. April is also the start of many outdoor sports and recreational time for children. In gearing up for spring sports, parents need to be aware of ways to prevent sports and recreational injuries for their children. Teaching bike safety and having… Read more »

Muley Fanatic Foundation Continues Its Efforts In Colorado

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Offered by: Scott Hampel – Muley Fanatic Foundation The Muley Fanatic Foundation is starting its 7th year of operation in Colorado. MFF is a grass root 501c(3) non-profit conservation organization that was originally founded in Rock Springs, WY in October 2011 and registered to operate in Colorado in October 2012. Our mission is: “To ensure… Read more »

April Is A Great Time To Grow Your Backyard!

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Offered by: Traci Serna – Pinnacle Gardens If warmer spring weather has you trying to decide how to design a backyard landscape, we are here to help. Backyards have become a true extension of the home. With good planning and design your backyard can become a place for relaxing, entertaining and playing. First, you will… Read more »

Dig Into Spring With The City Of Brighton

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City of Brighton offers Garden In A Box program. Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Office It can be tough to garden in Colorado’s arid environment, so make things easier by selecting the right plants for your landscape! The City of Brighton has partnered with Resource Central again this year to offer residents two opportunities… Read more »

Getting Ready to Sell: Part 2

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Tips and tricks for showcasing your home in the best possible light. Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty It’s spring, and you’ve decided to put your home on the market. In part one of this series we talked about disassociating, decluttering, and depersonalizing your home as much as possible to eliminate distractions and help potential… Read more »