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Jun 19, 2020
7Everyday Hero Lauren Anderson paints flower bouquets for patients staying in the hospital - The Denver Channel
DENVER — Painting has always been a sanctuary for Lauren Anderson. It's a colorful escape when life gets too dark. And now, she's sharing her gift to help others.Anderson was volunteering for UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital when she discovered many patients who were sent flowers couldn't keep them in their rooms."It just made me really sad to think if I were in the hospital and somebody I loved and who loved me sent me something like that and I couldn’t enjoy it, how upsetting that would be," she said.Then she thought of something — maybe there was a way for those patients to enjoy those creations. So she went to volunteer coordinator Jenny Ricklefs with an idea."She’s an artist and she thought that she could potentially paint those flower arrangements and give the painting to the patient because they couldn’t have the flowers," Ricklefs said. "Since that day, she's been painting beautiful watercolor bouquets." She said on Mother's Day, Anderson did one painting that went to a... May 1, 2020
3 Tips For More Flowers In The Garden - Prescott eNews
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2020 Gardening Classes Streaming LIVE
April classes and instructors are finalized and ready to be live-streamed through Watters Facebook page. With over 9000 likes, we must be doing something right! Follow the page for timely updates.
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April 10 @ 3 pm - Gardening for Newcomers - Gardening 101
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Family struggles with son's death as woman pleads guilty in fatal Littleton crash - Highlands Ranch Herald
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office allows deputies to chase fleeing vehicles believed to be stolen, at odds with other chase policies in the Denver metro area.
A spokesman for the department said in 2019 that Spurlock stood by the policy.
“(Spurlock) feels that our pursuit policy is well written and does not feel that changes are needed at this time,” department spokesman Sgt. Jeff Miller said last year.
Tracy said she is heartened to know that people remember her son. She said she spotted a new memorial cross placed at the intersection where Ryan died, and his coworkers at King Soopers sent them a bouquet of flowers on the anniversary of his death.
The Carters have arranged for a memorial bench dedicated to their son to be installed at Ridgeview Park, just down the street from their south Littleton home.
The location is fitting, Rod said.
“It's where Ryan used to go fishing, sledding, riding his skateboard,” Rod said. “I remember him running around on Easter egg hunts there.”
Tracy said she looks forward to getting the bench installed.
“We'll have a place to reflect.”
... Mar 19, 2020
AURORA OUTLIER: Southlands blooming among an industry of fading flowers - Sentinel Colorado
Those residents will need retail, he said, and Southlands will provide. He thinks economic development near Denver International Airport and Buckley Air Force base is also contributing to a healthy, regional economy.
But he thinks e-commerce is doing much more harm to businesses than people know.
“I think they are under attack by the internet,” he said. “There’s too many people shopping online and not supporting our brick and mortars.”
There are some similarities in strategy at the mostly open-air Southlands and Aurora’s indoor mall, the Town Center at Aurora, located near the Intersection of East Alameda Avenue and Interstate 225.
Both are regularly hosting events to keep folks coming into stores. Southlands created a popular “sensory-friendly Santa” event inDecember tailored for children and adults on the autism spectrum normally bugged by bright lights and too many kids. The mall also hosts holiday parades, which Hougen said he enjoys.
For its part, the Town Center is converting its old Sears space into an indoor sport emporium and separately hosting high school wrestling events that have been well-attended.
The sales tax revenue generated at these malls is crucial for the city, Hougen said.
In the Town Center, sales taxes businesses paid to the city of Aurora in 2018 passed a $5.8 million benchmark for the first time in 15 years, making the mall eligible for a significant tax rebate.
Southlands is regularly contributing more in sales tax revenue, reaching $11,420,746 in 2018 after a multi-year increase.
Jan 4, 2020
Obituary for Barbara Lepeniotis - Greeley Tribune
Gridley, Kan. to Calvin and Dorothy (Circle) Freeman. She was a graduate of North High School. On Dec. 26, 1961, she married Paul Lepeniotis in Denver. She and Paul owned and operated Roasty’s (formerly Longs Peak Cafe) in Greeley. Barb enjoyed working in her yard and cooking for her family. She loved spending time with her grandkids and her great-granddaughter. She is survived by her daughters, Debbie Golden and Mary Whitman; brother, Larry Freeman; three grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter. She is preceded by her husband, Paul Lepeniotis; and brother, Donald Snodgrass. A Memorial Open House will be held from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 2, 2019, at the Moser Funeral Service Chapel, 3501 S. 11th Ave., Evans, with a private family inurnment at Littleton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Barbara’s name to Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital. They can be sent in care of Moser Funeral Service, 3501 S. 11th Ave., Evans, Colo. 80620. An online guestbook and obituary are available at http://www.moserfuneralservice.com. Jan 4, 2020
Colorado Dahlia Society brings flower show to Loveland - Loveland Reporter-Herald
Denver area and in Northern Colorado. The show has been held at the library every two years since 2013, drawing an average of 1,500 people.
“We always try to have a couple members there to answer questions and tell people about dahlias,” Sprague said. “Our mission is to inform the public about dahlias when we grow and show our dahlias.”
Colorado Dahlia Society Show
The annual dahlia show is open to Colorado Dahlia Society members — there are about 65 — and the public to compete for recognition for growing the best dahlias in several categories.
Dahlias come in more than 30,000 varieties that have been hybridized and produced.
They are placed in 27 different categories for the shape or form of the flower, including formal and informal decorative; semi-, straight and curved cactus; and specialty categories like ball, miniature ball, pompon, stellar and waterlily.
The formal decoratives have petals that grow uniformly in a circular motion, while the petals of informal decoratives come out sporadically. Cactus petals are long and pointed and have a spiky appearance but are soft to the touch.
For the annual show, the dahlias will be displayed on 35 to 40 tables in the library’s galleria for the open and amateur shows.
“When you walk in and see the galleria full of dahlias, it takes your breath away,” Sprague said.
Diane Lapierre, library director, likes that the show helps with the library’s strategic goal to engage the community.
“It’s a way to connect people through a shared experience at the library,” Lapierre said. “We appreciate the opportunity to bring people to the library who may not have come to the library for another reason.”
Lapierre calls the presentation of the flowers “fabulous” and “stunning.”
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