Montrose Pioneer Club is Growing

Montrose Pioneer Club is Growing

October 28, 2020

The Pioneer Club is unique, serving Alpine Bank Montrose community residents age 50 and better. It began in 2001 with 100 charter members.  Since its start, the club has grown to 512 members strong. The Pioneer Club’s mission is to provide a superior program to our mature customers to enrich their lives and strengthen our …

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A Safe Place for Families in Grand Valley

A Safe Place for Families in Grand Valley

October 28, 2020

HomewardBound was formed 1998 in response to a critical need for winter night shelter for the homeless in the Grand Valley. HomewardBound operates as an independent nonprofit and is the only shelter within a 200-mile radius of Grand Junction. Providing temporary housing for 120 people per night, running transitional programs and collaborating with other organizations …

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FASHION – FLARE – FUNdraising

FASHION – FLARE – FUNdraising

October 28, 2020

“I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. Demille…well, not so fast!” The year 2020, not over yet, has been like no other time in recent history in the way we have had to re-imagine gatherings, specifically fundraising events. This was true, also, with one of Summit County’s most anticipated nights of the year, where locals become …

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Building Brighter Futures

Building Brighter Futures

October 28, 2020

A years-long effort to create a permanent shelter for victims of domestic abuse in Eagle County came to fruition with the official groundbreaking of the BrightHouse in late August. The BrightHouse will replace the aging Freedom Ranch Safehouse, whose location was kept confidential since it began operating in 2002. That facility was located on government …

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Caring for Grieving Kids: a Message from Judi’s House

Caring for Grieving Kids: a Message from Judi’s House

October 28, 2020

Observed each November, Children’s Grief Awareness Month is an opportunity to show children they are not forgotten and that there is support, hope and healing to be found.  Since 2002, Denver-based nonprofit Judi’s House has supported more than 11,000 children and families grieving a death find connection and healing. With a vision that no child …

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Durango’s Powerhouse Marks Apollo 14’s 50th Anniversary

Durango’s Powerhouse Marks Apollo 14’s 50th Anniversary

October 28, 2020

The Powerhouse is an all-ages interactive science center located on the banks of the Animas River in Durango, Colorado. Visitors are invited to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts through permanent and traveling exhibitions in a welcoming environment that nurtures curiosity, imagination and play. This year and the next, the Powerhouse will commemorate …

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Message from Mi CASA PERU

Message from Mi CASA PERU

October 28, 2020

Mi CASA PERU Colorado is a nonprofit 501c3 organization founded on June 14, 2014, by current President May Stiglich. Our mission is to promote awareness of Peruvian culture, while providing youth and adult education to propel our fellow Peruvians to become successful in their professional and personal lives.   Our vision is to become Colorado’s premier …

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We are Colorado – Thanks to our Veterans!

We are Colorado – Thanks to our Veterans!

October 19, 2020

We are able to enjoy all that Colorado offers thanks to the sacrifices that our veterans have made through their military service to our country. Please join Alpine Bank in honoring our American military men and women on Veterans Day and every day. Help us contribute to local nonprofit organizations across our state, including those …

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Message from our Chairman: Alpine’s 2021 Calendar Features Colorado Artists

Message from our Chairman: Alpine’s 2021 Calendar Features Colorado Artists

October 19, 2020

“We are pleased to share our 2021 Alpine Bank calendar, which features the work of Colorado artists, highlighting scenes from some of the 30 Colorado communities we serve. With a plethora of local artists to choose from, it was hard to narrow it down to just 13 to share with our customers. Serving communities across …

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GOT FREEDOM? THANK A VET.

GOT FREEDOM? THANK A VET.

October 19, 2020

Join us as we honor the men and women serving in our armed forces past and present, in times of war and in times of peace. Bring a picture and background story of your honoree, and we will proudly display them on our Wall of Heroes. -and- Alpine Bank has a gift for all vets and …

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We are Colorado Thanks to our Veterans!

We are Colorado Thanks to our Veterans!

October 19, 2020

We are able to enjoy all that Colorado offers thanks to the sacrifices that our veterans have made through their military service to our country. Please join Alpine Bank in honoring our American military men and women on Veterans Day and every day. Help us contribute to local nonprofit organizations across our state, including those …

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Help Grant Wishes During Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s Virtual Walk

Help Grant Wishes During Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s Virtual Walk

September 22, 2020

COVID-19 has changed our world. We’ve had to adjust to working virtually, learning online, limiting social interactions and taking extra precautions to protect our health. While the mission of Make-A-Wish Colorado – to grant life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses – has remained constant, the way in which the nonprofit raises funds has shifted …

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Giving Back to our Boulder Community

Giving Back to our Boulder Community

August 31, 2020

We are proud to call Boulder our home, and are thankful to be able to give back to this amazing community. Alpine Bank strives to support community events, the arts, the environment, animal shelters, outdoor recreation, as well as children and education. In a recent ranking of philanthropy by companies compiled by the Denver Business Journal, Alpine …

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Internet for All Students – Help kids stay connected!

Internet for All Students – Help kids stay connected!

August 26, 2020

It’s hard to imagine life these days without the internet, and even harder to imagine being without it in the midst of a global pandemic – but nearly 1,200 students in the Cherry Creek School District currently lack high-speed internet access. Now more than ever, access to the internet and online resources is critical for every student to …

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Small Businesses Surveyed

Small Businesses Surveyed

August 13, 2020

A recent survey from the NFIB Research Center revealed that 27% of business owners reported experiencing a significant or moderate increase in sales as a result of eased restrictions related to the coronavirus.[1] An additional 27% reported a “slight” increase. Forty-two percent reported experiencing no change. National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Director of Research …

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PCs for People Help Coloradans Get Online

PCs for People Help Coloradans Get Online

August 4, 2020

Source. Refurbish. Distribute. Support. That’s the four-step approach undertaken by PCs for People, a nonprofit established in 1998 that’s committed to leveling up digital equity and digital inclusion for kids, families, individuals and organizations in Colorado and across the nation. On April 22, PCs for People retrieved 440 computers from Alpine Bank’s central operations facility …

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Networking Amid COVID-19

Networking Amid COVID-19

July 23, 2020

Networking Amid COVID-19 Companies are rethinking how they approach many facets of their business in response to COVID-19. How do you network when you can’t meet face-to-face? You get creative with your social media, write a blog or return to the time-honored tradition of phone calls. Get old-fashioned Many of us keep a phone on …

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Rethinking Your Office Space Amid COVID-19

Rethinking Your Office Space Amid COVID-19

July 22, 2020

As you begin to move employees back into your office space, consider measures to keep everyone safe, such as partitions, one-way corridors, and additional cleaning procedures. The way we do business has changed quite a bit in recent months due to COVID-19. Some businesses have had to rethink their entire model, while others are looking …

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COVID-19 Spurs Elder Scams

COVID-19 Spurs Elder Scams

July 16, 2020

Older adults have always been a primary target for scams in part because scammers know they have money and in part because they are particularly vulnerable. Scammers have become especially active during the COVID-19 pandemic, employing age-old scams in new and malicious ways to exploit the fears and uncertainty of the moment. With social distancing …

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Join Us In Celebrating Colorado Day 2020!

Join Us In Celebrating Colorado Day 2020!

July 3, 2020

Colorado became a state in 1876, exactly 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, earning it the moniker of Centennial State. Colorado Day is an annual observance that commemorates the state’s birthday on August 1, 1876. Alpine Bank, with 40 branches in 29 communities from Durango to Denver, is celebrating the 144th Colorado …

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Hope is Essential for Make-A-Wish Colorado

Hope is Essential for Make-A-Wish Colorado

July 1, 2020

With all that’s going on in the world right now, a lot of people are feeling anxious or discouraged about what we can’t do. We can’t go to concerts, ballgames or have a large celebration at a restaurant. In-school learning is very much up in the air and there’s a possibility that any long-term plan …

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GRATEFUL for GLENWOOD!

GRATEFUL for GLENWOOD!

June 18, 2020

Alpine Bank Glenwood Springs {Est. 1980} Celebrating 40 years To honor our community and celebrate four decades of community banking, Alpine Bank announces the GRATEFUL for GLENWOOD community currency giveaway—of $25,000! Community members have a chance to win $100 in community currency, and then spend their winnings at participating Glenwood Springs businesses this summer. Here’s …

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Six Tips for New Remote Workers

Six Tips for New Remote Workers

June 11, 2020

If you’re one of the thousands of Americans suddenly working from home for the first time, you’ve already figured out that it’s not everything you thought it was cracked up to be. Although there are perks — like not having to dress up or mess with the daily commute — juggling kids out of school …

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Snow Bowl Steamboat Creates Family Bowl Initiative

Snow Bowl Steamboat Creates Family Bowl Initiative

June 3, 2020

Hit with the COVID-19 outbreak in mid-March, Snow Bowl Steamboat was among the many Colorado restaurants mandated to close their doors, leading them to lay off their hourly employees. Snow Bowl, a long-established entertainment venue offering a full-service restaurant and bar, along with bowling and Steamboat’s largest outdoor patio & lawn area, decided that they …

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A Western Institution Turns 50: High Country News Stays True to its Roots While Explaining a Fast-Changing Region

A Western Institution Turns 50: High Country News Stays True to its Roots While Explaining a Fast-Changing Region

June 3, 2020

In January 1970, Wyoming rancher and educator Tom Bell cobbled together a gritty black-and-white tabloid sounding the alarm about the destruction of a landscape that he loved. In the process, he birthed a Western institution and launched one of the nation’s first reader-funded nonprofit news organizations. A decorated World War II veteran, Bell had seen …

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Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers Celebrates 25 Years of Community-Powered Stewardship

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers Celebrates 25 Years of Community-Powered Stewardship

June 3, 2020

Twenty-five years ago a group of local residents saw the need to engage the community in stewarding the vast public lands that make the Roaring Fork Valley such an amazing place to live and visit. The goal was to inspire citizen stewardship and volunteerism while supporting land managers with the expertise, resources and sweat-equity to …

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Feed the Truckers

Feed the Truckers

June 3, 2020

We live in unprecedented times. The trucking industry is more important than ever in this pandemic, and drivers have a unique challenge when it comes to eating on the road. When Mike and Jamie Williams, owners of Big Mike’s Pork ‘N Wings food truck in Grand Junction saw this challenge, they knew they had to …

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SpeakUp ReachOut Expands Offerings in Suicide Prevention & Awareness

SpeakUp ReachOut Expands Offerings in Suicide Prevention & Awareness

June 3, 2020

SpeakUp ReachOut (SURO) started in 2009 as a group of concerned community members who wanted to make a difference. Over the past 11 years the organization has trained over 8,000 adults and 6,000 youth in suicide prevention with a very small staff. In 2020, SpeakUp ReachOut is bringing on more team members and new initiatives …

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Cherry Creek Schools Help Produce Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Cherry Creek Schools Help Produce Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

June 3, 2020

While in-person classes are currently on hold due to the novel coronavirus, schools in the Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) are still creating and innovating. At five sites across the district, state-of-the-art equipment that’s normally used to teach students the latest in advanced manufacturing is serving a different purpose. Fabrication labs at these schools are …

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Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) Snow Sports Alliance Program Returns in Summit County

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) Snow Sports Alliance Program Returns in Summit County

June 3, 2020

This Breckenridge-based nonprofit organization, which is dedicated to expanding the potential of young people with disabilities and special needs, finds its Snow Sports Alliance Program back on track due to funding help and the active involvement of Alpine Bank.  As part of the program, in conjunction with Summit County Mountain Mentors, each student receives 10 …

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Two Southwest Colorado Nonprofits Merge

Two Southwest Colorado Nonprofits Merge

June 3, 2020

Stronger Together. Over the past few months this has been a phrase that has taken on significant meaning in light of the tremendous impacts of COVID-19 spreading throughout the globe, our nation and here in Colorado. Many of us have had to adapt quickly in our professional and personal lives. Discussions about ways to be …

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Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – June 2020

Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – June 2020

May 29, 2020

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Ways to Keep Employees Safe While Reopening During COVID-19

Ways to Keep Employees Safe While Reopening During COVID-19

May 27, 2020

As you plan on the gradual reopening of your business, keep in mind not only state and local guidelines and regulations, but also the well-being of your employees and customers. With all the changes we now face in our daily lives with staying safe, it’s imperative for business owners to get creative with their strategies …

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Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – May 2020

Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – May 2020

May 20, 2020

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Coffee For The Courageous

Coffee For The Courageous

April 14, 2020

Alpine Bank wants to thank our Healthcare Heroes and First Responders for their selfless, brave work during the COVID-19 outbreak. We’re buying a cup of coffee—or any beverage up to $6 in value—for all healthcare workers AND fire protection, law enforcement and emergency responders, at these participating local coffee shops and restaurants: Parachute The Little …

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Making Ag Matter In Steamboat

Making Ag Matter In Steamboat

April 13, 2020

The Community Agriculture Alliance (CAA) is a nonprofit organization based in Steamboat Springs and serving the Yampa Valley. CAA has been promoting local agriculture in northwest Colorado since 1999 and bridging the gap between farming, recreation and business interests in the region. With a 59-day growing season in Steamboat, it is remarkable that the CAA online …

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Alone With A Frog

Alone With A Frog

April 10, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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Fly Fishing at Sunset

Fly Fishing at Sunset

April 10, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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Help us Give Back to Your Community

Help us Give Back to Your Community

March 27, 2020

We’ve been a part of Colorado since 1973, and we are here for you now. In a time when we’re all looking for ways to support our local communities, we encourage you to keep shopping locally and to use your Alpine Bank Loyalty Debit Card. Remember that every time you use it, Alpine Bank donates …

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Water into a Lake

Water into a Lake

March 18, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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A Message from Special Olympics Colorado

A Message from Special Olympics Colorado

February 27, 2020

Special Olympics Colorado (SOCO) is a movement that unleashes the human spirit every day throughout our state through the transformative power and joy of sport. Through programming in sports, health, education and community building, SOCO is tackling the inactivity, stigma, isolation and injustice faced by people with intellectual disabilities (ID). Our work goes far beyond …

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Dating Scams

Dating Scams

February 20, 2020

For the millions of people who turn to online dating or social networking sites to meet their true love, there is a chance their romantic dreams will turn into nightmares. In 2018, victims of dating scams reported $143 million in losses – more than any other type of scam reported to the Federal Trade Commission …

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Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – January 2020

Alpine Bank’s Featured Student – January 2020

February 10, 2020

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Denver Theatre is a National Leader: a Message from Phamaly Theatre

Denver Theatre is a National Leader: a Message from Phamaly Theatre

February 3, 2020

Phamaly Theatre Company is the foremost disability-affirmative, nonprofit theatre company in the country. Currently in our 31st year as a homegrown, award-winning Denver arts organization, Phamaly produces professional plays and musicals cast entirely of performers with all nature of disabilities: physical, emotional, intellectual and cognitive.  Phamaly’s mission is to be a creative home for theatre artists with …

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Investing in Success—a Message from Cherry Creek Schools Foundation

Investing in Success—a Message from Cherry Creek Schools Foundation

February 3, 2020

The Cherry Creek Schools Foundation (CCSF) connects our community to the Cherry Creek School District by identifying resources and partnerships that support innovative programs and meaningful educational opportunities for all of the District’s students and educators. The Cherry Creek School District is the fourth largest in Colorado. Located in the southeast Denver metropolitan area, the …

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Atop of a Mountain

Atop of a Mountain

January 29, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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Snowy Mountains

Snowy Mountains

January 29, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank. This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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Boulder Biking at Sunset

Boulder Biking at Sunset

January 26, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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Ouray Ice Falls Crackling

Ouray Ice Falls Crackling

January 26, 2020

We’re in this together. You are Colorado and so are we! #alpinebank This moment of serenity brought to you by Alpine Bank.

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SUP With the Family

SUP With the Family

January 26, 2020

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