Published on Thursday, December 12 2013 11:39
Many Coloradans may be eligible for the Colorado Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit, commonly known as the “PTC Rebate,” for low-income seniors and disabled individuals, which is administered by the Department of Revenue’s Taxation Division
This program is offered to full-year residents who are age 65 or older (or a surviving spouse at least 58 years of age), or who were
Published on Thursday, May 30 2013 04:15
In April 2008, Kathleen Spring completed a four part series on the history of Lyons Golden Gang. This month she reviewed hundreds of “senior” articles that she has written since then and has accumulated them in Part 5-6, covering the last five years of activities of Lyons various senior agencies and organizations.
Senior or not, most people have heard of the group of elders called the Lyons Golden Gang. Its name celebrates the “golden years” ofRead more: Reflecting On The Golden Gang
Published on Thursday, March 07 2013 03:31
After some hard times, the Lyons Golden Gang has had a bit of four-leaf-clover luck over the winter months. Three large donations came their way: from the Town of Lyons, from the organizers of the Holiday Craft Bazaar, and from the Lyons Polar Bear Club.
The chilly water and brisk temperatures did not deter those frisky Polar Bears from jumping into the St. Vrain River at Black Bear Hole last month. Lyons local Harry Kellogg again contacted Vance French about donating all the funds raised to the Lyons Meals on Wheels (MOW)Read more: Multiple Activities For Seniors
Published on Thursday, April 11 2013 01:49
Where did that warm weather go? It was seventy degrees, and in a few hours we are getting snow and cold again. However, we need the moisture, so let it snow! It was great that it was nice for spring vacation and the St. Vain track meet, so now back to school just six more weeks of school.
Wow, there are lots of things going on in Lyons. Pick up the Parks & Recreation brochure and participate!Read more: About Town - April 11, 2013
Published on Thursday, February 14 2013 06:37
Forget email and online dating services; send a Valentine’s card instead. Janet Freeman says that she sent out Valentine’s cards to all her friends when she was in college. When friend Robert got the card, “He thought that was it. I had chosen him,” said Janet. Their romance started and their marriage lasted forty-seven years, till his passing.
Don Hunt, now deceased was a teacher early in his life, and he carried the schoolhouse tradition of making Valentine’s cards into his marriage. According to Mary, wife of