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About 75 supporters of Immigrant Pathways Colorado gathered at the Littleton Museum for conversation, lunch and inspiration on a sunny May 4 — and to hear stories of three IPC grantees. Susan Thornton spoke briefly about the organization’s … more
You’ve probably heard of a Little Free Library, but a Little Free Pantry may be a foreign concept. Karen Kaiser and Monika Nash of Littleton came across the idea while thinking of things their daughters, both students at Heritage High School, … more
About me I’m CEO of Doctors Care, a nonprofit organization in Littleton that is dedicated to improving health access for low-income individuals in the South Metro Denver area. My husband, Jim, and I moved into the new Littleton Village … more
“People want to live where there is a there, there.” That was longtime Littleton involved citizen Pat Cronenberger’s spin on the well-known Gertrude Stein quote. May is National Historic Preservation Month, an ideal time to highlight local … more
arkour came into Mark D’Agosta’s life the way many people find their passions in the 21 century — YouTube. “I was already doing this stuff,” he said. “There just wasn’t any sort of training or name for it.” By “this stuff,” … more
It took exactly one year for a first-time event spolighting Denver’s favorite food trucks in all their glory to turn into a much-anticipated carnival for the city of Northglenn and food truck vendors. “Its our biggest event of the season — … more
My background I just graduated from Arapahoe Community College with a degree in biology and will be going to CU Denver in the fall to study biophysics. From there, I hope to go to CU Anschutz and pursue a doctorate in physical therapy. I worked … more
If it seems to you that 5K races are a dime a dozen, you would be right. According to research at Running USA, a not-for-profit organization that studies road races, the most popular race among long-distance events in 2015 was the 5K, with a … more
The Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting — only 5 percent of eligible Girl Scouts obtain the award. The award, which began in 1916, has been given to nearly 1 million girls, according to the Girl Scout website. The average age … more
The project began with letters to friends and former students, inviting collaboration between painter Craig Marshall Smith and friends and former students — to be followed by an exhibit at the Museum Outdoor Arts (known as the MOA) in Englewood … more
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