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FRONT PAGE NEWS: Egg-ceptional Easter Events For Kids and Canines

Easter celebrations and egg hunts in the community give an all-faith opportunity to connect with neighbors and create some adorable photo opps – and even the pups can get in on the fun.


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NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURE: Giving Back By Giving Rides – In A Home-Built Airplane

Wheat Ridge resident Fred Hollendorfer has given more than 100 young people a free demonstration ride in his home-built airplane as part of the “Young Eagles” program.


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NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURE: Iron Sculptor Has a Heart of Gold

What kind of energy do you want to put in the world?” says Dennis West, founder and owner of 23rd Avenue Sculpture Studio and Gallery.West not only puts his soul into every piece of art he creates, he puts it into his community.


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FRONT PAGE NEWS: ‘I, Too, Am Qualified’ Takes On Age Discrimination

NANCY FINGERHOOD, LEFT, MAKES A POINT TO U.S. REP. ED PERLMUTTER, (D-Arvada), about a bill to help protect older workers from age discrimination at a Feb. 24 meeting at Natural Grocers in Wheat Ridge. PHOTO BY MIKE MCKIBBIN.




Lakewood residents can help make decisions about building issues and historic preservation by applying for openings on Lakewood’s boards and commissions.

One opening currently exists on the Board of Appeals, which is a quasi-judicial body that hears and decides appeals of rulings or decisions made by Lakewood’s codes administrator.

One opening currently exists for a three-year term on the Historic Preservation Commission, which conducts public hearings on applications for landmark designation and makes recommendations to the City Council.

The deadline to apply is Nov. 17, and applications are available online at Lakewood.org/GetOnBoard, which also provides a full description of the qualifications for each position.

For more information, contact Donna Moreno at 303-987-7661 or donmor@lakewood.org.