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May 2022 Happenings

Lutheran Foundation Announces Committee For The Legacy Continues Campaign The Lutheran Medical Center Foundation has announced members of The Legacy Continues Comprehensive Campaign Committee, according to Sarah Ellis, Lutheran Medical Center’s Manager of Communications. The campaign, approved by the Foundation’s board of directors last July, supports the new, replacement Lutheran Medical Center, now being built.

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What’s Happening – April 2022

Have You Noticed? 40% Of Reported Wheat Ridge Crimes Involved Your Car Well, not your car, specifically. But a review of the most recent two weeks of local crime reports turned up a surprise: motor vehicles were involved in 40 percent of incidents reported to the Wheat Ridge Police Department. Neighborhood Gazette staff took the

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March 2022 Happenings

Sign Up Soon For Savings On Your ‘Garden In A Box’ The City of Wheat Ridge is partnering with Resource Central to bring the popular Garden in a Box program back for 2022, according to a recent release from the city. The first 100 Wheat Ridge residents who purchase a qualifying garden from Resource Central

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Happenings February 2022

Deadline For Applications To Volunteer On Wheat Ridge Boards and Commissions Is Feb. 11 The City of Wheat Ridge is recruiting residents wanting to participate in their government as volunteers on the city’s boards and commissions. Generally, applicants must live in the district for which they are applying except for At-Large positions, and sometimes exceptions

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January 2022 Happenings

Two New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Open In Wheat Ridge As the Neighborhood Gazette went to press, the City of Wheat Ridge was set to cut the ribbon on two new electric vehicle charging stations at noon on Jan. 12, according to a recent press release. The SemaConnect Model 630 Level 2 dual-port electric vehicle

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December 2021 Happenings

Operation Blue Santa Kicks Off With Toy Drive At Lakeside Walmart The Wheat Ridge Police Department’s Blue Santa and his elf were on hand for socially distant pictures with children and to visit with them about their wish lists at the annual Operation Blue Santa Toy Drive, hosted by the police department and the Wheat

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What’s Happening – November 2021

Honor Veterans This Month, Then Celebrate The Winter Holidays Next, With The Wheat Ridge Historical Society The Wheat Ridge Historical Society’s November Second Saturday Celebration falls on Nov. 13, so join the Wheat Ridge Historical Society in honoring our veterans with a flag ceremony, some live music and good conversation at the Baugh House, West

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What’s Happening – October 2021

Wheat Ridge Earns National Re-Accreditation in Parks and Recreation The City of Wheat Ridge remains in the ranks of elite park and recreation agencies across the country by earning re-accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), awarded during the 2021 NRPA Annual

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What’s Happening – September 2021

Last Chance To Pipe Up About Redeveloping Lutheran Medical Center On Sept. 22 Options for the redevelopment of the Lutheran Medical Center Campus are narrowing and getting more specific, and the public will have one last chance view and comment at a final public meeting in Council Chambers, Sept. 22 at Wheat Ridge City Hall,

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What’s Happening – August 2021

Rotary Club Creates Move-In And Backpack Kits To Aid People Experiencing Homelessness The Rotary Club of Wheat Ridge recently received a matching grant from Rotary District 5450 to create move-in and backpack kits for persons experiencing homelessness. The project – “Provisions for Persons Who are Homeless” – was approved to assist the City of Wheat

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