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Hicks: Giving back through a Random Act of Catering

I don’t know Chris Kilcullen all that well, but he knows the situation quite well. After all, he’s been there.
There was a period of time — 2009, during the recession, to be exact — when the Evergreen resident lost everything: his house, his job and his entire life savings. Gone. Kaput.
“We could barely put food on the table much less buy Christmas gifts,” Kilcullen recalled.
Imagine that? I’m sure, at one time or another, we all could’ve been or have been there. I know I’ve been there.

Poll

People of all ages enjoyed a day of sledding at Meyer Ranch Park recently. How did you enjoy the snow?

When do you think the Ice Melt barrel will fall through the ice at Evergreen Lake?

Late January
11% (1 vote)
Early February
0% (0 votes)
Late February
22% (2 votes)
Early March
33% (3 votes)
Late March
33% (3 votes)
April or thereafter
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 9

Retired teacher Wanda Scheider has stayed in contact with her students. Do you stay in touch with a former teacher?

Yes
50% (1 vote)
No
50% (1 vote)
Total votes: 2

What will be the primary emphasis of your New Year's Resolution?

Health
75% (3 votes)
Finances/employment
0% (0 votes)
Family
0% (0 votes)
Something else
25% (1 vote)
Total votes: 4

We haven't seen much snow this season. But in the spirit of the holidays, do you think we'll have a White Christmas?

Yes
33% (3 votes)
No
67% (6 votes)
Total votes: 9

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