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Nov 09

Julia Diane shared an event to Sloan's Lake N...

Looking for something to do this weekend? Please join us at Feel the Beat dance studio for the deaf! We are hosting a fun filled Sunday family event! -Face painting -Free dance classes -Raffle prizes -And much more!

    Feel the Beat Grand Opening!

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Nov 08

Nikki Braziel shared a Page to Sloan's Lake N...

Hi, Sloan's Lake! I wanted to drop a note and make sure you are all familiar with the Denver Citizen Oversight Board (COB). The COB practices civilian oversight—an ever-evolving field designed to provide communities with a voice in how law enforcement is conducted. We were voted into the City Charter last year, no doubt with much of your help. Under the Charter, the COB is authorized to make policy recommendations to the Denver Police Department and Denver Sheriff Department. We just launched a Facebook page, because we're hoping to hear more from the community. We hope you'll follow it and share your thoughts on policing, incarceration, and oversight in Denver. We welcome your voices at our bi-weekly board meetings and our quarterly public forums!

Nov 08

It's November please send us info on year-end...

It's November please send us info on year-end community activities. We will be sending out our newsletter.

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Nov 06

Artist & Handmade Vendor spots are still open...

Artist & Handmade Vendor spots are still open for this event! Please email

    Adelina Gonzales
    Artist & Handmade Vendor spots are still open for this event! Please email

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Nov 02

    I-70 Storm Water Diversion in Denver, A Part of a More Comprehensive Plan?...Or D.I.A. Revisited?
    The same week that the city of Denver agreed to a $4.6 million settlement for a "wrongful death" suit in the killing of Michael Marshall in the custody of the Denver Sheriff's Department, the city's mayor, Michael Hancock has also gotten into "the business" of destroying trees.

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Oct 30

Hi neighbors, I am looking for part time serv...

Hi neighbors, I am looking for part time servers in the dining room at a Lakewood Nursing Home. Hours are weekends either 6/7am-2pm or 3/4pm-7pm and possibly a night or 2 during the week 3 or 4pm-7pm. Great and safe environment with a supportive team and flexible hours to fit around school, events, sports, etc... Here is the link to apply and please feel free to share with anyone! Thank you!

    Career Center

Oct 29

#Colorado #Baseball Umpire training begins 01...

#Colorado #Baseball Umpire training begins 01/27/18. Email for info. We need more umpires as teams are growing but the umpire pool is shrinking. Space available Looking for officials in other sports too. ALL sports need officials so that kids can play. #job for #college. Twitter: @milehighump1

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