It’s Summertime In The Cities!

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Offered by: Susan Kline Thank goodness we’re finally going to have a chance to enjoy some spectacular Colorado Summer weather! If you put it in print, it’s got to be true! Right? Let’s hope this positive view will produce the warm days, longer daylight hours and many good times Summer 2019. By the time this… Read more »

Get Ready To Sell This Spring!

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Offered by: Scott & Lora Nordby – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Not even the bomb cyclone or the extended winter has stopped the real estate market from coming back to life this spring. While most people know that there is seasonal variability in real estate, the statistics supporting this spring selling season are encouraging. According to… Read more »

Tee Up Fore Hope To Support Local Grief Care

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Offered by: Susan Chavez – Richard Lambert Foundation Have you experienced the death of a loved one? Loss is painful. The grieving process often involves many difficult and complicated emotions. Sorting through all of the emotions while learning to adjust to life without a loved one can make it difficult for one to handle on… Read more »

Get Ready To Play & Cheer This Year!

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Offered by: Amanda Coffey – Brighton Youth Association Football League Brighton Youth Association Football League (BYAFL) has been proudly serving Brighton families for over 35 years. We love the game of football and our group of dedicated volunteers strive to provide a positive environment where children in our community can have the opportunity to learn… Read more »

Drowning Prevention for Your Children

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Offered by: Joel Hartl, M.D. – Brighton Pediatrics Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of unintentional injury in children and has devastating consequences. It usually results in death or permanent brain injury. The single biggest thing that parents can do to prevent drowning is to never leave a child unattended around any body of water…. Read more »

To DEET Or Not To DEET, That Is The Question…

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Offered by: Janine Lechleitner, CPNP – Premier Pediatrics “I want to protect my child from mosquito bites, but I’m worried about health problems that DEET may cause.” According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, no evidence has been found that DEET causes cancer in animals or humans. DEET is classified by the US Environmental Protection… Read more »

Bethy Crocker Cooks For You!

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Offered by: Beth Swift – Bethy Crocker There’s a new Personal Cook in town. She’s Beth Swift, AKA “Bethy Crocker.” Beth has always had a passion for cooking since she was able to reach a stove. Her choice was to read magazines with recipes in them or cookbooks instead of novels when growing up. She… Read more »

Getting Ready to Sell: Part 3

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Tips and tricks for showcasing your home in the best possible light. Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty In parts one and two of this series about getting your home ready for market, we covered disassociating, decluttering, and getting a head start on the packing up process as part of staging your home to invite… Read more »