The Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) is pleased to announce their 11th annual Community Support Granting season. Applications for Community Support Grants are now available online, and are due September 10. These grants are available only once per year and must be applied for at this time. Electronic submissions are required; granting information and applications are available at www.lyonscf.org.
The LCF’s Community Support Grant program focuses on the foundation's mission to improve the quality of life, build a culture of
General Statement of Duties: Responsible for providing day-to-day casework services to families and individuals in OUR Center’s Basic Needs service area that are having difficulty meeting basic material needs, by providing access to OUR Center assistance as well as Boulder County benefits. This person will act as a representative of OUR Center, Boulder County and the Mountain Human Services Collaborative as needed, in order to best provide
Lynn Guissinger, candidate for the RTD Board of Directors from District O, turned in a sufficient number of valid petition signatures and has qualified to appear on the 2018 general election ballot. According to Wayne Williams, Colorado Secretary of State, Guissinger turned in 325 valid signatures, well above the 250 needed to earn a place on the ballot. Since no other
Colorado’s Scenic & Historic Byways are being highlighted through various channels this summer, as the tourist season shifts into high gear.
First, a new exhibit at Denver International Airport is highlighting all twenty-six of the state’s Scenic & Historic Byways. Two photos of each designated route are being displayed to entice travelers after they land. The photos are displayed at the A Gates, Y-Juncture Gallery, located past the A-security checkpoint through October.
Second, combining Byways with bicycling is the focus of the newly designed Bicycle & Byways map, published by the Colorado Department of
Editor's Note: The Blister Sisters (Sarah Catchpole and Erica Ellingson) are trekking across the Moors of Northern England as a fundraiser for the Lyons Regional Library building fund. You can follow their exploits in the Lyons Recorder as they make their way from sea to sea (Irish to North). If you'd like to donate to their fundraising effort for the Lyons Regional Library Building Fund visit their Gofundme page.
Day 2 - Wednesday, June 13
Our first day on the trail!
The hike out of Kirkby Stephen over the hills to the almost-town of Keld is known as one of the biggest slogs on the Coast-to-Coast trail. We tackled and conquered it- our Colorado lungs helped a lot. So did the big English breakfast (I did regret the smoked kippered herring). The top of
Join Rocky Mountain National Park's Climbing Rangers this Friday, July 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center to learn about climbing "Colorado's Favorite 14er": Longs Peak. This presentation will discuss various climbing and hiking routes and lessons learned, with a focus on how to prepare for and manage risks for a successful ascent of the classic Keyhole Route.
The Rocky Mountain National Park Climbing Rangers are experienced climbers and search and rescue