Colorado Walkers Unite to Support Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s 5th Annual Walk for Wishes

Colorado Walkers Unite to Support Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s 5th Annual Walk for Wishes

September 15, 2021

On the morning of Saturday, October 2, walkers across the state will lace up their shoes and hit the trail—or, the neighborhood sidewalk—in support of children battling critical illnesses. Participants in the fifth annual Make-A-Wish Colorado Walk for Wishes, presented by 5DayDeal, can join the fun in-person during a live event at Denver’s Great Lawn Park, …

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Alpine Bank Boulder Thanksgiving Day Fun Run & Boulder Volunteer of the Year

Alpine Bank Boulder Thanksgiving Day Fun Run & Boulder Volunteer of the Year

August 31, 2021

Celebrate giving and gratitude with us! On Thursday, November 25, 2021, dress in cozy layers and lace up the running shoes for the Thanksgiving Day Fun Run, benefiting Boulder’s Harvest of Hope food pantry. The event takes place at Flat Iron Park. Instead of the traditional 5K race, this year it will be a 4M course. In-person event …

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Conference Board Survey: Small Businesses Facing Worker Shortage Challenges

Conference Board Survey: Small Businesses Facing Worker Shortage Challenges

August 18, 2021

Small businesses continue to face hiring challenges as they struggle to find workers. According to a recent survey by The Conference Board, businesses that hire industry and manual services employees are having a particularly tough time. This includes businesses in industries like construction, extraction, farming, installation, maintenance/repair, production, transportation, material moving, food service, healthcare, personal …

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Alpine Bank Loves Educators!

Alpine Bank Loves Educators!

August 18, 2021

Alpine Bank will reimburse teachers for school supplies for their classrooms, up to $200, before November 1, 2021!  Teachers, save your receipts from August 1, 2021, through November 1, 2021, to be eligible. To be reimbursed please have an existing account, or open a new account, with Alpine Bank, and be currently employed as a teacher …

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“Bike Town Races,” by Chula Beauregard

“Bike Town Races,” by Chula Beauregard

July 27, 2021

Award-winning artist Chula Beauregard was born and raised in the Colorado mountains. After graduating cum laude from Whitman College as a studio art major, she served for two years in Gabon, Central Africa, as a Peace Corps volunteer. Later, she earned her master’s degree in education to teach fine art. In 2008, she began her …

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Special Olympics Colorado Young Athletes – A New Generation of Inclusion

Special Olympics Colorado Young Athletes – A New Generation of Inclusion

July 19, 2021

Special Olympics Colorado (SOCO) provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities (ID). Through sports, athletes receive continued opportunities to develop physical fitness and demonstrate courage. It also fosters joy through the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special …

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How to Manage Money as a Couple

How to Manage Money as a Couple

July 19, 2021

Wedding season is on, perhaps even more robust than usual following a year of social distancing that forced many couples to delay wedding ceremonies. If a wedding is in your near future, you likely have your big day planned. But have you taken the time to plan out how you and your soon-to-be spouse will …

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Nonprofit Spotlight on the 105th Routt County Fair & Local 4-H Club

Nonprofit Spotlight on the 105th Routt County Fair & Local 4-H Club

July 14, 2021

4-H is for kids ages 8 to 18, with the goal to empower youth to reach their full potential. Working and learning in partnership with caring adults, participants learn communication, citizenship, decision-making, leadership, interpersonal relations and community and global awareness. 4-H members learn by doing through guided projects ranging from rocketry, shooting sports to raising …

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Nonprofit Spotlight: 2021 Yampa Valley Crane Festival

Nonprofit Spotlight: 2021 Yampa Valley Crane Festival

July 7, 2021

Sandhill cranes are large, ancient North American birds with fossil records dating back at least 2.5 million years. They’re known for their unique dancing displays and vocalizations that can carry for up to two miles. These magnificent birds and others that live and breed in the Yampa Valley of northwest Colorado are the reason for …

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Be a Bee Steward

Be a Bee Steward

June 16, 2021

To protect bees is to protect the very food crops that feed us; bees pollinate 35 percent of all agriculture. Sadly, bee populations have been shrinking at an alarming rate over the past several decades due to pesticide use, climate change and loss of habitat in which they can thrive. You can do your part …

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