LCF Gala This Friday

The Lyons Community Foundation’s (LCF) annual Gala fundraiser at Lionscrest is this Friday night, November 20, beginning at 5:30 p.m., with a cocktail hour, hors d’oeuvres, live music, dinner, dancing, and a silent and live auction. This year’s theme is “Experience” and will feature an opportunity to bid on travel and adventure packages including a safari excursion, vacation packages to Crested Butte, Breckenridge, and Steamboat, gourmet and beer-pairing dinners, and other one-of-a-kind experiences.

Besides being the “must attend” event of Lyons social calendar, the Gala is also the main fundraising source for LCF’s annual granting cycle, which allows for many important and worthy projects that enhance and improve the quality of life within the greater Lyons’ community. 

Will Eagles Slow Recovery Efforts?

It was a pretty “vanilla” Board of Trustee (BOT) meeting Monday night. No ordinances to pass, one mandated public hearing with no speakes, a single resolution, and a special events permit to serve liquor at River Bend. Even the one item on the agenda that could have been riveting, a hearing by the Board of Ethics, became essentially a non-event when Trustee LaVern “Hillary” Johnson elected to “cop a plea,”  and admitted to sending an email to a Town staff member that contained some information

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There’s Still Time!

There is still time to enter The Stone Cup’s annual fundraising pre-Thanksgiving Pie Contest and garner the title of “Best Pie Baker In Lyons!” The rules are simple: make two identical pies (one for tasting/judging and the other for sale), and drop them off at The Stone Cup Sunday morning, November 22, by 10 a.m. Judging by an esteemed panel of judges, and of course “The

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Thank You for Your Service

Dear Editor,
On behalf of the Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) and our local constituents, we want to publicly thank Emily Dusel for her service to our organization and our mission over the last two years. Emily has recently decided to step down from her position in order to spend more time with her family.

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Thanksgiving At The Old Gallery

Are you a holiday orphan without a place to go for Thanksgiving? Would you like to celebrate Thanksgiving with others who love and appreciate the mountains? Or maybe your cupboard is a little bare? Then make plans to attend the 7th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck at The Old Gallery at 14863 Highway7 in Allenspark.

“Every year, The Old Gallery provides turkeys, and people are invited to bring side dishes to share. However, we welcome everyone, whether they can bring a dish or not,” said The Old Gallery Board President Gregg Rogers. The event begins at 4 p.m.

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Financial Assistance Available For Energy Bills

As energy costs continue to rise, help is once again available for Boulder County residents who struggle to pay their winter heating bills. LEAP, the Low-income Energy Assistance Program, is accepting applications now through April 30, 2016.

LEAP assists low-income residents with covering the costs of heating their homes. The program is designed to pay the highest benefit to households with the highest heating costs. Income criteria apply, including a limit of 165 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). This equates to a gross annual income of $19,416 for a family of one or

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Rebecca Folsom At The Old Gallery

Have you ever driven by The Old Gallery on Highway 7 in Allenspark and wondered what goes on there? Do you like to hear live music, but don’t want to leave the mountains? You’re in luck! Make plans to attend the monthly potluck at The Old Gallery this Saturday night, November 21, from 6 to  9 p.m., with regional singer/songwriter Rebecca Folsom.

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Western Stars Gallery & Studio Grand Opening

Proprietors Betsy Hubner, Chrystal DeCoster, and Clara Thomas were joined by dozens of friends and family as Lyons Mayor John “Tex” O’Brien helped them cut the ribbon for the grand opening of their Western Stars Gallery & Studio last Sunday (November 15) afternoon. The gala affair was catered by the new restaurant The Axe & Oar, which is located in the same building at 160 East Main Street in Lyons (the former Outlaw Saloon).

In addition to featuring the art of the proprietors, the gallery will also show numerous works of art from local and regional artists familiar to most area residents. They include: Mary Magdalena, Ruth Wilson, Rick Hammans, Ron McGuckin, Diane Dandeneau, to name just a few. The studio portion of the endeavor will be available to local artist for

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Lady Lions Advance To Semi-Finals

By Wendy Stevelinck
With a grand send off from their fellow students, the high school band, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, and the Lyons Fire Protection District (who all lined McConnell Drive to cheer them on), the Lady Lions girls volleyball team headed to Denver Coliseum last Friday (November 13) for the state tournament. Lyons entered the tournament as the

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