1 day 2 hours ago

“Broader horizons.” That’s the phrase that comes to mind for Eliberto Mendoza when he reflects on being a Leadership Fellow

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3 days 7 hours ago

“Being a Leadership Fellow is a networking opportunity like none other,” says Meca Delgado. “The diversity of people you meet – current leaders and up-and-coming leaders – not only opens doors, but also builds relationships and develops connections that last for many years.”

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5 days 8 hours ago

During – and since – the 2013 flood, Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) has responded in multiple ways.

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1 week 1 day ago

For more than four decades, Longmont Meals on Wheels has been providing hot, nutritious meals to the elderly, to people with disabilities, and to those who are recuperating at home after a hospital stay (Project Homecoming).  

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“At Cal-Wood, we’ve been connecting kids to the Colorado outdoors for more than 30 years,” said Rafael Salgado, Executive Director. “Working with schools, we offer science-based outdoor education programs and summer camps. Not only do kids learn about the land through hands-on activities, their experiences here also help improve their academics. But after the 2013 flood, we weren’t sure if we were going to bounce back.” 

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1 week 3 days ago

As Boulder and much of the Front Range mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating 2013 flood, three foundation leaders – Josie Heath, Rich Lopez and Carmen Ramirez – offer their perspectives this week, setting the stage for other voices from our community to share their thoughts and experiences on this blog in the days ahead. 

By Carmen Ramirez, Program Coordinator, Community Relations Office, City of Longmont, and Foundation board member

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