LETTERS – 3-3-22

Climate change – the evidence is irrefutable I have to respond to Joondeph’s op-ed “The end of snow?”  The gist of his argument is that climate change is not happening.  He says he knows because one winter the back bowls of Vail opened Thanksgiving weekend and another year the front side was not open by …

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Symptoms Are Not Reliable Sources for Choosing Vitamins! (Part 1 of 2)

[Addendum to “Symptoms Are The Messengers, Not The Disease!” Part 1-4] Today some people are self-treating by taking over-the-counter or online purchased vitamins and other food supplements.  However, these supplements are selected based upon their symptoms.  In other words, because a sales person, book or online search says this supplement is good for that symptom. …

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Generation Wild and Children’s Hospital Colorado partner to bring back “Say Hi With A Snowman” initiative

Generation Wild, a movement from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), has announced its partnership with Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) to bring back the “Say Hi with a Snowman” initiative, a project that pairs patients with volunteers to bring snowman drawings to life. “Last year proved that the simple act of getting creative in the outdoors …

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Centennial Invites Businesses to Join Spark Centennial Experience Accelerator

Six-month program inspires – and helps fund – development of unique customer experiences  The City of Centennial announced the launch of the 2022 Spark Centennial Experience Accelerator program, an incubator program to assist local businesses with attracting new customers, increasing sales and building engagement with the community through for-sale customer experiences. Local businesses are invited …

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Colorado is a good place to start a business, but a bad place to drive

Last summer, Wallet Hub, which conducts lots of studies that are viewed as generally credible, looked at 28 key indicators of startup success to determine which states are the best places for starting a new business. They looked at aspects of the business environment, including growth in the number of small businesses, five-year business survival …

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SAVVY SENIOR – How to convince an elderly parent to stop driving

Dear Savvy Senior, What is the best way to deal with older drivers who probably shouldn’t be driving anymore? My dad, who’s 86, is bound and determined to keep driving as long as he’s alive.  Backseat Daughter Dear Backseat, For many families, talking to an elderly parent about giving up the car keys can be …

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WHAT’S HAPPENING – 3-3-22

NOMINATIONS FOR SCFD REX MORGAN AWARDSAwards for Lifetime Leadership and Civic Engagement and Volunteerism. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, March 11. Info: scfd@scfd.org  The SCFD Community Celebration &  Awards will be held June 22 at 5:00  p.m. CHERRY CEEK CHORALE PRESENTS AMERICAN SONGBOOK IVMARCH  11 & 12, 7:30 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church. Tickets …

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