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Monday, December 22, 2014

‘Community News’ Archives

Realities for Children Poker Run comes to Berthoud

Realities for Children Poker Run comes to Berthoud

Fickel Park will be seeing 3,000 motorcyclists on Sunday, May 30. It is all part of the Realities for Children motorcycle rally and poker run. There will be music and refreshments and Berthoud folks are welcome to attend. Realities for Children is dedicated to serving the unmet needs of abused and neglected children in Larimer County. The Realities Ride is one of many fund raising events held by Realities. The “Ride” is a three-day event starting with a concert in Fort Collins on ... Full Story

Star Night: Kepler mission

Star Night: Kepler mission

Friday, 21 May 2010 from 7:00 – 11:00 p.m. Public Star Night at the Little Thompson Observatory, 850 Spartan Ave at Berthoud High School (park east of the high school; directions are posted on our website www.starkids.org ) Our guest speaker for Friday May 21, 2010 will be Jeremy Stober from Ball Aerospace & Technologies in Boulder, who will talk about the NASA Kepler mission. Jeremy Stober is the Mission Operations Manager for Kepler, a NASA mission that was launched in March ... Full Story

League of Women Voters of Larimer County Looks to the

The League of Women Voters of Larimer County (LWVLC) marked another year of service to Larimer County residents and celebrated the 90th year of the national League of Women Voters. Known widely for their voter education efforts, this non-partisan civic group has been active in Larimer County for decades. On Monday, May 10, the LWVLC met to elect members of its Administrative Team, welcomed new members and set its agenda for the coming year in its continuing efforts toward making democracy ... Full Story

Arts for the eye, the ear and the mind

Arts for the eye, the ear and the mind

The BHS Evening with the Arts The annual Evening with the arts was an exciting event with much to do. The Gymnasium was the center for the displayed visual arts while the other entertainment took place in he commons and the auditorium. Many of he displays are just that, displays of work done in class by sixth though twelfth graders. It makes an interesting display to see how students vary their ideas starting with direction and material provided by the teacher. The more serious high ... Full Story

BHS Final Choir Concert for the year

BHS Final Choir Concert for the year

A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes Friday May 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the BHS auditorium

Berthoud High School Graduating Class Photos

Berthoud High School Graduating Class Photos

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Pathways to Colorado’s Heritage

Pathways to Colorado’s Heritage

ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH—MAY 2010 Join History Colorado, the Colorado Historical Society, for its month-long statewide celebration of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month. There will be many events throughout Colorado to celebrate our state’s rich archaeological and historic heritage. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. For more information, call the listed event coordinators, 303/866-3392, or visit ... Full Story

Volunteer rangers needed on the Ranger Boat

Volunteer rangers needed on the Ranger Boat

Larimer County Natural Resources boat rangers have created an opportunity for Larimer County residents to assist at both Carter Lake and Horsetooth Reservoir. Boat rangers educate visitors about regulations, safety, and help with emergencies out on the reservoirs. Boat Ranger volunteers must be able to swim, be willing to work a five hour shift on the boat (option for longer shifts), and have some experience either with boats or law enforcement as well as great customer service ... Full Story

Arbor Day Tree Planting in Berthoud—May 1, 2010

Arbor Day Tree Planting in Berthoud—May 1, 2010

Twenty-seven, the number of rings you would find in the tree planted the first year Berthoud was listed among Tree City, USA Communities, one ring for every year. That heritage continues with Saturday’s planting done by Berthoud’s Tree Board at three locations around town. Tree Board members; John Goreski, Pat and June Macarelli, arborist, Shiloh Hatcher, and Director of Parks and Recreation, Jeremy Olinger, were hard at work preparing the selected trees to flourish in their new ... Full Story

Evening With the Arts on May 7

Evening With the Arts on May 7

The Berthoud High School gymnasium will be transformed into an art gallery on Friday, May 7. It is time for the annual Evening With the Arts, featuring visual and applied arts by students in grades 6 to 12. The Berthoud schools have some extremely talented artists and the Evening With the Arts gives them an opportunity to show off their work and gives the public the opportunity to see what  these students can do. The evening includes audio art as well, with the B H S Choir Concert ... Full Story

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