School Supply Drive Success & Ripbeams!

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Offered by Melissa Rippy, Allstate Rippy Insurance Our 5th Annual School Supply Drive was our biggest collection to date! Thank you to so many of our community members for their generous donations to the students of the 27J School District. We filled a total of 21 tote bags and delivered them just in time for… Read more »

Take The Time To Plan

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Offered by Brian Holley – Farmers Insurance Philosophers have written about the meaning of time for, well, a long time! It’s a concept that is so central to our existence, but difficult to quantify or understand. But, time does have a significant impact on many parts of our lives, whether we feel it or think… Read more »

What Goes into Calculating Credit Scores

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Offered by Jan Giuliano, – Universal Lending, The Giuliano Team Your credit score shows the likelihood to repay credit that is extended to you. Scores range from 350-850. When you pull credit, you get a score that shows your handling of credit at that moment in time, but it can change with new actions and… Read more »

Thollot Jewelers Says “Thollot” to 25 Years As They Celebrate Their Community & Customers!

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Offered by Thollot Jewelers September, 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Colorado’s most trusted jeweler, Thollot Jewelers. The Thollot Family has been reflecting on the friends, customers, business owners and community that have made our quarter-century Colorado adventure possible. In celebration of this milestone, we are hoping to see and thank you all at our… Read more »

Why have your child play a musical instrument?

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Offered by Rich Germaine, Owner, Joyful Noise Music School 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 »

Football, Big Screens, & Entertaining

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Offered by Brian Margolis, The Margolis Team Fall is here and the Broncos, Buffs, Rams, Falcons, Bulldogs, Blue Devils, Thunderhawks, Tigers and the new Ravens are ready to rumble! The high school games bring the community together where the college and the pros bring friends together as they watch the games at home and cheer… Read more »

Best Practices When Selling Your Home

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Offered by Scott and Laura Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices It doesn’t seem possible, but every year summer begins to wind down, and school days sneak back onto the calendar. With the end of summer also comes a second peak in the real estate market. That time period between the first day of school and Halloween… Read more »

“You Don’t Hear with Your Ears?”

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center As a young father I nervously waited for my child to be born. I feared all the things that could be wrong with the baby. I remember shortly after the birth the doctor and nurses counting all the fingers and toes, going through… Read more »

Tax Changes Around the Home

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AHow the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act impacted three popular deductions. Offered by T. Lloyd Worth, Worth Financial Partners Three recent tax law changes impact homeowners and home-based businesses. They may affect your federal income taxes this year. The SALT deduction now has a $10,000 yearly limit. You can now only deduct up to $10,000… Read more »