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Life 101: Beyond High School with Joanne Barnard
Post-secondary education is paid for by a combination of savings, funds that are awarded, money that is earned along the way, and loans. Loans will be addressed in January. Hopefully you already have some savings and plan to continue working, so for this month, seniors, concentrate on searching and applying for scholarships.
Make A Plan
Spending ten hours to obtain a $500 scholarship is equal to earning $50 per hour. Treat acquiring scholarships like a job and schedule time each week for research and filling out applications. It
Save the date: August 26, 2018. This is the earmarked day for next fall's extraordinary event that celebrates an eclectic array of regional arts. The committee, which includes volunteers and members of both the Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission and Boulder County Arts Alliance, has already met twice since the conclusion of this year's highly successful endeavor which gleaned approximately $1855 for the LAHC's dwindled coffers. An estimated 750 attendees came to River Bend, a stunning
Lyons area artists are welcome to submit their wall hangable creations for Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission's 2018 Quarterly Town Hall Art Show Series - "Four Seasons." Deadlines and submission instructions are listed below.
Deliver wintry wall hangable creations (all mediums) with placards on Fri. Jan. 5 to Town Hall 4-7 pm; Show Opening / Community Tapas Potluck / Open Poetry
By Nina Auslander
The Lyons soda fountain has gone through the hands of thirteen owners, the Great Depression, a fire, a flood, and too many renovations to count. Throughout all of the soda fountain’s storied history, one constant remains: the beautiful back bar, made out of Italian and Vermont marble, dark cherrywood cabinets, and colorful stained-glass panels framing a mirror. Generations have peered into the reflection, ordered an ice cream soda, and watched the world go by.