Qualified Listeners Receives Two Accreditations

Qualified Listeners, one of the most active Veteran Support Organizations in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming, achieved the Better Business Bureau Accreditation in the nonprofit Charity Classification and has also earned the GuideStar Gold Level for nonprofit organizations.

Light of the World

By Darlene Franklin ~ What unexpected twists my life has taken in the nursing home. Sometimes I’ve soared. Other times, it’s quite dark, like the day I returned from the hospital after a pulmonary embolism and acute respiratory distress.

Beware of scammers pretending to be FROM social security

By Josh Weller, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist ~ In the digital age, frauds and scams are an unfortunate part of doing business online. During the holiday season, Social Security has traditionally seen a spike in phishing scams, and we want…

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Probate Law In Colorado

Many people believe that if they have a Last Will and Testament (“Will”) they do not have to go through probate; this is not true. In Colorado, if a person owns personal property exceeding $66,000.00 or they own an interest…

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Plan for the Future!

By Jim Doyle ~ According to the 2018 Retirement Health Care Costs Data Report, retirees can expect their health care costs to rise annually by about 4.22%. The means that a healthy 65-year-old couple who retires this year and lives…

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Volunteering during the Holiday Season

By Brandi Tamburelli, Volunteer Services Manager, Seniors’ Resource Center ~ The Holiday Season can be a very busy time for some people while others find that with family far off they have some extra time on their hands. And for…

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Live Holiday Radio Play in Westminster

“A Christmas Carol” with Ebenezer Scrooge, Dickens’ classic tale, will be performed as a live radio play by the Advent Radio Players on Sunday, December 9th at 2 p.m. at Advent Lutheran Church in Westminster. It will be presented just…

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We Are The Passing Of Two Ships

By Monique Walker ~ We are the passing of two ships. Old wavy days across the ocean. Midnight stars reflect our true bloom. Tis the journey we call life. Ever splicing into each other’s lives.

If Only You Knew

By Monique Walker ~ If you knew how much I love you, you would no longer fear. You would walk upon frozen waters with clear thought. If you knew how much I thought of you, and prayed for you…sorrow would…

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Wheat Ridge Active Adult Center – Dec. 2018

Please pre-register where necessary. All events and classes are held at the AAC unless otherwise noted. If you would like to be mailed a copy of our ‘Rooted in Fun’ guide, call 303-205-7500. For additional info on our programs, visit…

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Community Recreation Center of Apex PRD – Dec. 2018

Santa Breakfast Saturday, December 1, 9 am Bring your kids and grandkids for breakfast at 9 am, followed by fun entertainment and Santa. Register with payment by 11/28, $5/person age 3 and over, children 2 and under free, but still…

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Malley Senior Recreation Center – Dec. 2018

Iron, Dynamite and Intrigue Tue., Dec. 11, 1:30-2:30, $6, Join us for the story of the Denver Northwestern and Pacific Railway, David Moffat’s Railroad. The highest railroad in North America ran over Rollins Pass which was meant to be a…

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Bemis Public Library – Dec. 2018

ADULT PROGRAMS Writing the Memoir: learning the basics-Monday, December 3, 2-4 p.m. Learn the techniques necessary to write your memoir. This workshop will provide writing exercises to prepare participants for writing memoir in long and short versions. Bring a small…

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Foothills Park & Recreation District – Dec. 2018

Holiday Celebration with Bob’s Big Band FRI, Dec. 7 Don’t miss desserts, snacks, wine & music!  Optional: dancing, a Cookie Exchange (bring a dozen cookies) & Gift Exchange (bring $10 gift).

Carbon Valley Active Adults – Dec. 2018

D=District/ND=Non-District Excursions: Georgetown Christmas Market enjoy roasted chestnuts, Holiday shopping, horse-drawn wagon rides, and wonderful sights and smells. Fee includes transportation, parking and escort. Meal at your own cost Saturday, December 1 from 8 am-4 pm. $18 D, $20 ND