July 2008 Blog Posts (8)

Beijing Olympics 2008 - Preparation

Whenever I travel internationally, I always like to have most of my logistics figured out before arrival. This leaves for more time touring and exploring. Frequently, I visit Europe that has become very easy for international travelers. China, on the other hand, is going to be a bit more challenging. Here is what I’m going to prepare.


Even the latest guidebooks on Beijing say western credit cards are generally not accepted at local merchants and ATM’s. Starting off… Continue

Added by Peter Wayne on July 31, 2008 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Beijing Olympics 2008 - the Beginning

In late June, I was invited to a photography seminar at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. The weeklong visit allowed the opportunity for professionals and "pro-amateurs" to perfect our sport photography technique by photographing some the USA's best athletes. This jarred my enthusiasm to attend the Olympics in person.

Admittedly, my travel arrangements seemed last minute with the event less than 8 weeks away. However a fellow photographer I met at the seminar and I… Continue

Added by Peter Wayne on July 29, 2008 at 1:10pm — No Comments

Medical Shipments Arrive in Cuba with the Boulder Community’s Help

Earlier this year, the Boulder Cuba Sister City Organization collaborated with Project C.U.R.E. to deliver three 40-foot containers of medical equipment and supplies to hospitals in Cuba’s Guantánamo Province. The last delivery arrived in May. The Sister City Organization would like to thank their community supporters for donations that made these shipments possible. These deliveries followed equipment sent in 2004 from Boulder Community Hospital. The items were donated when the hospital… Continue

Added by Boulder Cuba Sister City Organization on July 27, 2008 at 8:57am — No Comments

Legacy Cheerleaders = Farmers Market Great Weekend

The Legacy Cheerleaders worked at the Legacy High School Farmers Market this weekend, and with their smiling faces and positive attitudes, they helped to make this weekend a huge success! Legacy Farmers Market is being held every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the High School parking lot. Come and join the many families that have already discovered the great prices and wonderful fresh fruits and vegetables that are being sold at this weekly event!… Continue

Added by Dana McNulty on July 20, 2008 at 8:10pm — No Comments

Friendship 5K Fun Run

Come join us on August 16th at Foothills Community Park for a morning of exercise and fun! We're hosting our first annual 5K Fun Run in cooperation with KGNU Community Radio, meant to be a good time, an easy way to get some exercise, and an opportunity to build new friendships and strengthen old ones!

Refreshments will be provided, but please leave dogs and bikes home. This is not an official qualifier race. T-shirts will also be available, but we can't guarantee their availability… Continue

Added by Lee Shainis on July 18, 2008 at 2:14pm — No Comments

Area Youths advance to USATF National Junior Olympics

Congratulations to the following athletes for qualifying performances at the USATF Region X Junior Olympics in Phoenix, Arizona on July 12-13.

These athletes now advance to the National Junior Olympics in Omaha, Nebraska July 23-27.

Zane Jeffress (Midget Boys 11/12): 800m – 2:26.11, 3rd

Eldorado Middle School

Alex Paul (Intermediate Boys 15/16): 1500m – 4:18.12, 2nd;

3000m – 9:36.09, 1st

Niwot High School

Dain Kahn (Young Men): 800m –… Continue

Added by Rojas news on July 15, 2008 at 1:25pm — No Comments

starting a local online parents group

ok, so I have started (or have I) an online parents group. I hope that people will join. I have invited quite a few. I want this area to be a safe space, without judgement, or anger. I don't know how well this will work out but hopefully it will go well.

Just ate dinner...starting to feel sleepy. =)

Added by Jennifer Deam-Nein on July 7, 2008 at 7:23pm — No Comments

Expanded Dental Hygiene Office Opened in Broomfield!

SmileLogic, Inc., an independent dental hygiene practice owned by Deb Spence, R.D.H, has expanded and moved into a new, larger office at 403 Summit Blvd., Suite 202, in Broomfield near the corner of Coalton Rd. and Summit Blvd. Dental hygiene services are provided in a shot-free, needle-free, and drill-free environment and include: teeth cleaning, periodontal therapy, preventive maintenance services, x-rays and fluoride if needed, teeth whitening at an affordable price, an oral evaluation and… Continue

Added by M on July 2, 2008 at 1:51pm — No Comments

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