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Come and join us for a very special Mothers Day
Celebration at Planet Bluegrass on Saturday May 7. Buy Mom her
Mother's Day gift at our silent auction, and help rebuild Linda's home
all in one swoop. Linda is known to many lovingly as "Mother Hubbard."
Restocking of the St. Vrain River
Photo courtesy of Sloan Nystrom
Earlier this week South Creek Ltd., “hatched” a plan to restock the St. Vrain River with scores of twelve to fourteen inch rainbow trout. Construction workers snap pictures of the fish as they are released into the river in Meadow Park.
Erika Ivkov places eighth in the discus and scores a valuable point for the team.
John O'Brien - Lyons Life
Photo by Renée Haip
Brenna Kuskie breaking the school’s pole vault record at Stutler Bowl with eleven feet and placing third.
If you have resided in Lyons for more than a few months, you are more than likely aware of the “Grande Dame of Lyons” Mrs. LaVern Johnson. She seems to make an appearance at every gathering in the town, no matter how varied the event might be. It could be a
Every Day Is Autism Awareness Day in our Home - Part 3 of 3
By Jay Malito
The characteristics we revealed in Part 2, cumulative to create many misconceptions regarding individuals with ASD. We’d like to focus on those misconceptions in Part 3.
The first misconception is people with autism have a special talent or “savant skills” such as being able to play a piece of music just by hearing it, or calculating large numbers in their head; however this is not true. It is believed that only about ten percent of those on the spectrum have special abilities. It is, however, common for individuals with ASD to have areas of high performance that relate to their special interests or obsessions. These skills are often called “splinter skills,” as they are often not consistent with skills in other areas of development.