Ms. Erica Meyer, Community Outreach Coordinator for Mountain View Electric Association Inc., assisted by Kevin Holbrook and Sarah Schaefer, Communications Supervisor for MVEA, discussed alternatives that ordinary citizens can pursue to conserve power usage in and around their homes. Erica presented an interesting video overview describinh where electrical power is obtained and how it gets to your residence. She also outlined how energy conservation activities can significantly…Continue
Don’t forget the FREE shredding opportunity on June 10 from 9 AM to Noon at the Black Forest Lutheran Church, 12455 Black Forest Road. This will be your annual opportunity to shred your old tax information and personal paper documents safely. All of the professionally shredded material will be recycled in your presence. Please, no plastic bags or 3-ring binders, as they will not shred.
AARP ElderWatch, the Black Forest AARP Chapter 1100, and the Black Forest…Continue
Linda Siebe was selected for the 2017 AARP Chapter & REA Unit Community Service Award. This national award was signed by the AARP Volunteer President, Eric J Schneidewind, and certified by the AARP Chief Executive Officer, Jo Ann Jenkins in Washington DC. The award recognizes how Linda Siebe has, through her service, enriched the lives of friends and neighbors and made her community a better place to live. The coveted award was accompanied by a letter of congratulations, a…Continue
The Black Forest AARP Chapter, in conjunction with ElderWatch Colorado and the Black Forest Lutheran Church will provide a FREE opportunity for citizens to safely destroy personal documents on Saturday, June 10 from 9 AM to Noon in the parking lot of the Black Forest Lutheran Church, 12455 Black Forest Road. A professional shredding company will shred the documents on site. All paper documents and cardboard containers will be recycled. Metal ring binders and plastic bags or…Continue