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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Evergreen Audubon is working to educate lake visitors on conservation
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    Business owner voices support for EPRD
    Editor:
    I am writing as a business owner and resident of Evergreen in response to John Watson’s Community Voices opinion column in last week’s Courier.
    My husband and I have lived in Evergreen for 34 years. In 1979 we bought the Highland Haven Motel (now Inn), and we have personally and professionally made use of and been involved with our EPRD offerings continually since that time.

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    Panel is working to evaluate inBloom database for district
    Editor:
    I sit on the Jeffco School District Data Advisory Management Council with information technology experts from businesses across Jeffco as well as parents and teachers. We are investigating, testing and advising the district on the potential need for and safety of a new way to organize the extensive amounts of information that Jeffco staff must gather to effectively serve our kids.

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    Memories of Ross Grimes
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    Cloud-based data storage won’t be safe for Jeffco students
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    Evergreen should be proud of Jazz Festival
    Editor:
    While the experience is fresh, let me express my appreciation for the work the board and staff of the Evergreen Jazz Festival has done since my resignation in 2011. The community can stand proud of the very recent production of the festival. 

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    Thanks to everyone who helped with Evergreen Music Festival
    Editor:
    On behalf of the Evergreen Music Festival and Art Show, we would like to thank all those who help make this celebration of our country through beautiful music, family, friends and community possible:

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    Recent wildfires show need to step up mitigation efforts
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    No peach-sale fund-raiser this year
    To the mountain community:
    Thank you for your continued support of the Rotary Club of Conifer’s peach-sale fund-raiser since 1999.
    We are sorry to announce that due to two cycles of freezing and flooding, Palisade peaches are not available this year. Because we use only the best peaches grown in Colorado for our fund-raiser, we are unable to purchase the peaches necessary for this year’s sale.

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    Thanks for help with town hall meeting
    Editor:
    The Evergreen Pathfinders wish to thank all of the financial supporters, speakers and guests who made the first Evergreen town hall meeting a huge success. Thank you to those who set up chairs, baked cookies, provided the sound and video equipment, and cleaned up afterward.