Prepare For Flu & Cold Season Early

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Offered by Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine Marketing Team Sick season is in full swing. Kiddos are back at school, vacations seem to be wrapping up, and the holidays are right around the corner. Are you and your family prepared for sick season? While we can never be completely prepared, we can make sure… Read more »

Building Confident Children

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Offered by Willy Strohmeier, Colorado Karate Club “I just don’t get it”, complains Jonathan after trying, unsuccessfully to execute a takedown at Karate class. I look at him a bit puzzled and say: “That’s OK, that’s why you are here, to learn it, and I am here to help you. Plus, this is the first… Read more »

Brighton PD Looking For Community Partners To Register Surveillance Cameras With Department

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Brighton Police Department has been all over the news lately for the innovative way it’s asking the community to help fight crime. Home and business owners can now volunteer to register their surveillance cameras with the police department. “Essentially this is a modern day neighborhood watch,” Chief of Police Paul Southard said. “It is an… Read more »

Flu Season

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Offered by Kelly Fausey, CPNP – Brighton Pediatrics The fall colors have started to change, school is back in session and football season has returned. These are all signs of Fall returning to Colorado. As we get back into the school routine, plan trips to see fall colors and attend football games; add getting your… Read more »

The Flu & The Flu Vaccine…

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Offered by Janine Lechleitner, CPNP – Premier Pediatrics “The flu shot gives me the flu.” If I had a penny for every time someone told me that I would be rich! Is this statement true? NO! There are several types of vaccines including live, inactivated, toxoid, subunit, and conjugate. Flu shots are inactivated vaccines, meaning… Read more »

Getting Your Home Ready for Winter

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Offered by Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty It seems strange to be talking about getting your home ready for winter when we are still having 80+ degree days, but before you know it, we’ll have that first freeze and you don’t want to be caught off guard because that can lead to costly repairs. Most importantly,… Read more »

5 Retirement Concerns Too Often Overlooked

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Baby boomers entering their “second acts” should think about these matters. Offered by T. Lloyd Worth, Worth Financial Partners Retirement is undeniably a major life and financial transition. Even so, baby boomers can run the risk of growing nonchalant about some of the financial challenges that retirement poses, for not all are immediately obvious. In… Read more »

Inheritance Plans & Car-Nival Palooza!

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Offered by Melissa Rippy, Allstate Rippy Insurance When people inherit a lump sum of money, it can be a challenge to manage it well. Allstate listened to the needs of our clients and developed a unique and affordable product, just for this instance. Allstate’s new Monthly Income Term life insurance pays your loved ones a… Read more »

Will or a Trust? (Part 1 of 2)

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Offered by Michael A. Dolan – Dolan & Associates, P.C. People often ask, “What is the best type of estate plan?” A Will or a living trust? In order to determine what is best in your situation, you should understand more about your options. There are four core types of estate plans. The first is… Read more »