When children and teens are out of school, they often face challenges related to hunger, health, learning, water safety and accessing safe spaces, which can prevent them from reaching their full potential.Continue
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CSPD Partners with Teens with Promise
School Supply Drive for Teens Underway
In the coming weeks, 1,000 backpacks will be filled and $10,000 will be needed in order to help homeless and disadvantaged teens…Continue
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More and more Americans are beginning to rethink the costs of their giant homes, and this re-evaluation has brought about the newest craze in American home building:
The Tiny House!
If you haven't heard, you may be asking yourself "what's a 'tiny' house?"
Tiny houses are small dwellings that often look like fancy garden sheds from the outside. However, they can accommodate up to six people, have fully functioning kitchens and baths, and allow their owners to live very…
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St. Mary’s High School’s first STEM summer camp was extremely well received, said Mike Kloenne, math and engineering teacher at the school. STEM programs emphasize science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The camp, held earlier this month, maxed out at 48 middle school students. The students represented 22 local middle schools. Over the three-day camp, the students were involved in several activities including a LEGO robotics program provided by Challenger Learning…Continue
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Cherokee Metropolitan District offered Colorado Springs residents the opportunity to take an interactive, guided-tour of the district’s newest water supply source in Black Forest, the Satellite Well. On Saturday July 25, locals attended this free community tour. This public tour included:
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Colorado Troops to Teachers participant, Randi Dotter, is selected as the 2015 Challenger Center for Space Science Education, Teacher of the Year. Dotter, who teaches science at Cotopaxi Junior Senior High, is now a two-time recipient of this national level award, having previously…Continue
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The Palmer Lake Historical Society invites the public on Saturday, August 1, 2015, to the Palmer Lake Town Hall, 28 Valley Crescent, Palmer Lake, CO, 80133, to briefly step back in time to the late 1800s. Join us at 1:00 pm as President Teddy Roosevelt officially opens the 2015 Chautauqua Assembly,…Continue
Added by Al Walter on July 22, 2015 at 4:03pm — No Comments
Have you ever wondered whether the oddly-shaped trees in our area, and around the country, were shaped by Nature or by someone for a specific reason? Chances are these trees were shaped by the ancestors of Native American Indians hundreds of years ago. Locally, these trees are known as “Ute Prayer Trees”…Continue
Added by Al Walter on July 22, 2015 at 4:01pm — No Comments
I nfront Webworks expands free services for businesses to "Get their Colorado Springs Business on Google Maps" with a new website www.putcoloradospringsonthemap.com. The new website allows business owners to schedule free "Google Maps…Continue
Added by Michael Hodgdon on July 22, 2015 at 3:27pm — No Comments
Colorado College Political Science Professor Thomas Cronin and William Kim ’17 co-authored “Say it ain’t so, Atticus,” in the July 19 Perspective section of The Denver Post.…Continue
Added by Leslie Weddell on July 22, 2015 at 1:01pm — No Comments
“How can we create and keep peace with others?”
Next week, 65 area children will be considering this and other "big picture" questions at "Peace Camp", an annual 5 day camp for area children entering grades 1-8 created by Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission.
Marta Fioriti, Director of Faith Formation at Broadmoor Community Church, the hosting venue for Peace Camp 2015, is thrilled with the community-wide response. “The interest in Peace Camp…Continue
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The average American today is at least three generations removed from the farm. This can make it tough for many to look past the grocery store shelf and truly understand where their food comes from, how it’s made and what it…Continue
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In the late summer and fall of 1861, men from the Colorado mining communities of Canon City, Fairplay, Buckskin Joe, Cache Creek and California Gulch rallied round the Stars and Stripes to form military units to help defend Colorado against potential attacks from the Confederate States of America.
Come join the men of Captain Theodore Dodd’s Independent Company of Foot Volunteers, Second Colorado Infantry, on 25 July as they muster and begin training, at the Western Museum of Mining and…
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The 10th annual Pro Football Camp will take place July 14-16, 8 – 11:30 a.m. at Vista Ridge High School in Colorado Springs. Pro Football Camp brings in current and former NFL athletes to teach kids ages 7-14…Continue
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Pro Football Camp takes pride in allowing the opportunity for every kid to attend camp through the Pro Football Camp scholarship fund. Over the last nine years, Pro Football Camp has given out 905 scholarships to economically disadvantaged youth.…Continue
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Pro Football Camp is a huge success thanks to hundreds of volunteers that assist with the organization and running of the youth football camp for kids 7 – 14 years old. Some of those volunteers are high school athletes and former Pro Football Camp participants. In particular, the high school students help with the drills that are coached by the NFL athletes.
A lot of the high school student-athlete volunteers…Continue
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Pro Football Camp is proud to welcome back Charles Johnson, WR, Vikings, for the fourth year. Johnson has been a kid favorite at the Pro Football Camp each year because of his high energy, fun spirit and ability to personally connect with the…Continue
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For the fourth summer, Brian Folkerts, C, Panthers, will take a week of his three-week break from the NFL to share his football skills and knowledge with the Colorado Springs youth at the 10th annual Pro…Continue
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