During her freshman year at Denver’s Regis University in 2012, Emily Tait joined a medical mission group who planned to travel to Honduras the following summer. She saw the trip as an “amazing” opportunity to get involved. Little did she know how amazing.
“That was my first medical trip, but it will certainly not be my last,” Tait said. “In Honduras, our group of 21 Regis student and faculty members treated a total of 821 patients in three days. It inspired me to continue serving…
Added by St. Mary's High School on July 31, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Are you interested in learning Tai Chi?
How can you be sure you are learning it the right way…
Just a few things you should ask about when choosing a Tai Chi Instructor:
- Can your Tai Chi instructor demonstrate the martial art applications of…
Added by Julie Paler on July 31, 2014 at 10:26am — No Comments
A mile-long stretch of greenery near Sand Creek Golf Course in southeastern Colorado Springs has been in need of a pick-me-up. Clients at BrainCare, a program of Rocky Mountain Health Care Services, is pitching in to keep the area clean and give its…Continue
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Imagine buying a new automobile from a leading local dealer in Colorado Springs 2002-2003 and upon discovering the airbag fault light illuminating intermittently, you decide to take it back to the dealer for resolution. The service tech upon reviewing your complaint and allegedly checking it out tells you, “Sir, I cannot isolate the problem, and it doesn’t appear to be a problem based on an analysis of your onboard computer;” and sends you on your way.
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On Saturday, August 2, 2014, the Palmer Lake Historical Society, Colorado Humanities, and the Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District turn the Town of Palmer Lake back in time to the late 1890s as they present the Return of the Rocky Mountain Chautauqua. The Chautauqua movement…Continue
Added by Al Walter on July 17, 2014 at 6:45pm — No Comments
Now everyone can participate in a golf tournament that is fun, affordable and easy to play.Continue
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Maintaining competitive longevity at the national level can be hard for high schools. St. Mary’s High School, though, has found the right formula and has proven its dedication to fielding a competitive speech and debate team. In June, SMHS sent a team of three to the National Speech and Debate Tournament, marking the school’s 10th year in a row to be represented on the national level. This year the competition was held in Overland Park, Kansas.
The three students representing the…
Added by St. Mary's High School on July 16, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
Start collecting your outdated financial documents and bring them to the FREE Fight Fraud - Shred Instead Event and food drive on Saturday, September 27, at the Black Forest Lutheran Church parking lot at 12455 Black Forest Road in Black Forest. This identity theft prevention event is provided from 9 AM to Noon as a community service.
All documents will be professionally shredded on site. All paper will be recycled. Please limit what you bring to the…
Added by Stan Beckner on July 15, 2014 at 5:16pm — No Comments
Local artists are invited to exhibit their art at Canvases in the Cañon Art Fair. The art show will be held in North Cheyenne Cañon Park from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturday, August 23, 2014.
Art show entries may be 2 or 3-dimensional pieces with a preferred focus of “Spectacular Scenes of the Pikes Peak Region.” Scenes of North Cheyenne Canon are of special interest to include in the show. Exhibit entry is free with 15%…Continue
Added by Rosanne Gain on July 15, 2014 at 3:59pm — No Comments
Do you enjoy taking walks outside with friends, or watching a child’s face light up with wonder at the sight of a deer or a bird or a bee? Do you like to learn new facts about the plants, wildlife, and ecology of the Pikes Peak Region and the feeling you get helping others learn new ways to preserve and respect our natural world? If you do, consider becoming a volunteer at Bear Creek and Fountain Creek Nature Centers.
Whether it’s sitting at the Visitor’s…Continue
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Sattar will receive $10,000 from Projects for Peace for his proposal to help those affected by the many disasters that…Continue
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It was June 11, 2013 and residents of Black Forest, CO were wishing it would rain. The homes and forest around them were burning and with temperatures pushing 100 degrees, it didn’t seem like it could come soon enough. Unfortunately, the rain didn’t appear and nine days later, the blaze was finally contained. The Black Forest Fire became the most destructive in Colorado history with more than 40,000 residents forced to evacuate, over 14,000 acres burned, at least 509 homes destroyed, and two…Continue
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The Palmer Lake Historical Society and One Nation Walking Together are sponsoring their annual one-day Native American Indian Festival and Traditional Powwow on Saturday, July 19, 2014, at the Freedom Financial Services EXPO Center, 3650 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80907. This event…Continue
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Colorado egg farmers and the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association proudly celebrate the history of eggs and egg production this summer by taking a crack at that age-old question – “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?”. While the answer is hotly debated, one thing is certain: eggs and egg production have come a…Continue
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The taste of ice cold lemonade, the feeling of the cool grass between your toes, the sounds of children laughing, the smell of sunscreen and chlorine, and seeing your neighbors in their yards… ahh, summer time is finally here! It doesn’t matter your age or what your work schedule looks like, this time of year seems to bring out the fun in most of us. For our kids it is the break they have been looking forward to since New Year. For adults, it reminds us of our own youth and how carefree we…Continue
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There’s never a second chance to make a first impression. That’s why St. Mary’s High School parents are spending time on Saturdays this summer working to beautify the exterior of the school grounds.
So far there have been two beautification Saturdays held and there are two more scheduled. Parents will gather on July 19 and Aug. 2 to continue the work that was started in June.
The parents are removing tall shrubs, adding rocks and borders to rock beds, cleaning the brick,…
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First Annual Black & White Benefit Gala for “Empowered Colorado”…Continue
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Thanks to a generous grant to help pay for the cost to climb, City Rock, a local climbing center on Nevada Avenue in Colorado Springs, has given teens that attend Zach’s Place center an opportunity to try something a bit adventurous! City Rock’s “Yellow Team” is designed for kids with…Continue
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Special Kids Special Families will hold its 2nd Annual Octo8k/1k Special Run & Wheelchair Derby on Saturday, October 4th starting at 9am at the University Village Colorado at 5280 N Nevada Avenue in Colorado Springs. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome to…Continue
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