About Town - January 9, 2014

Happy 2014!
The first week of 2014 has gone by, let’s hope it is a better year than 2013. All seemed to be going well until the hail storm on Fri. of the Good Old Days celebration in June, causing roof damage to many of Lyons homes (many have not

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Life 101: Beyond High School - January 2014

Most individuals pursuing post-secondary education receive some sort of financial aid. Financial aid is comprised of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. Last month, high school seniors were advised to focus on applying for

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About Town - January 2, 2014

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
This was a special Christmas to all of Lyons this year, since most of us are back in our homes; with work starting in the confluence area; Apple Valley is testing their water; Eagle Canyon had a pipe failure due to a frozen pipe, but almost

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2013 The Year in Review

Editor’s note: In order that Lora and I, and all our wonderful volunteer contributors can enjoy some uninterrupted time off to be with our family and friends during this holiday season, we will publish our annual two-part “Year In Review” edition on Thursday, December 26, 2013 and Thursday, January 2, 2014.

On behalf of everyone connected to The Lyons Recorder, we wish you and yours, a very Merry Christmas and a safe Happy New Year!

The Flood
There are events in a person’s life, which make such an indelible impact and impression that from that point forward a line is drawn in their personal sand. The September flood in Lyons was such an event for the entire community. I suspect

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BCAA Awards Grants to Local Artist

The following individual artists and arts organizations in Boulder County received $1,500 - $3,000 grants from the Martha Kate Thomas Fund for Artists, a fund of the Community Foundation Serving Boulder County and administrated by the Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA). Grants from this fund were awarded to artists who live or work in Boulder County and who have unforeseen needs due to special circumstances. This fund was established in October 2013; not surprisingly, the predominant theme of grant requests pertained to flood related challenges.
• Gary McCrumb, Lyons
• Jennifer Lesea-Ames, Lafayette
• Nancy Nagel, Longmont
• Emma Hardy, Jamestown
• Brian Mullins, Eldorado Springs
• Priscilla Cohan, Lyons
• Helander Dance Theater, Boulder
• Deborah Haynes, Jamestown
• Open Arts, Boulder
• Annette Coleman, Boulder
BCAA is proud to administrate the Martha Kate Thomas Fund for Artists. In her article for the Spring 2013 Community Foundation newsletter, Jamie Sladky, Martha Kate’s assistant and very close friend says, “Martha Kate’s passion for life

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McConnell Bridge is Now Open

McConnell Bridge in Lyons is now open for public use. The two-way bridge is the second access to and from Lyons Valley Park, in southeast Lyons. McConnell Bridge sustained extensive damage in the September flood and has been closed since then. Full,  temporary access has been established as of Monday, December 23.

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New Beginnings in 2014

Dear Lyons Community,

As we approach the end of 2013 and look forward to new beginnings in 2014, I reflect on all that has happened to Lyons this year.

The flood brought a new awareness to the meaning of giving, helping, and supporting those around us. September 11,

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Lyons Spirit

Dear Lyons Community,
We wish to send our thanks to the people of Lyons for the reception of our book, "Bertha Saves the Day." It is not often ideas, circumstances, and timing join to ignite a story, but that certainly happened at the holiday bazaar.  Upon reflection,

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Mountain Strong

After the devastating September floods, Gary and Kris Hazelton of Estes Park, came up with a design for a T-shirt. They approached Ron Shumate and Tim Buck of Trail Ridge Printing in Estes Park, and an idea was born, “Mountain Strong.”

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