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Robbino-HPerson was signed in when posted
04-02-2021
01:59 PM MT (US)
Vaccine available at Ned Senior Center - they have 50 doses on Tuesday April 6.
You'll need to schedule an appointment.
You can do that by emailing Nicole: mountainpeaklife.nicole@gmail.com
or call 303 258 0799 (that phone isn't answered, so leave a msg.)
I don't think you need to be a senior.
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
04-01-2021
12:39 PM MT (US)
Join me Next week for a Zoom Event on Compassion Fatigue.
Most commonly found in healthcare workers, but we have all been a caregiver at some point it seems now.
Compassion fatigue is a condition characterized by emotional and physical exhaustion leading to a diminished ability to empathize or feel compassion for others, often described as the negative cost of caring. It is sometimes referred to as secondary traumatic stress (STS). According to the Professional Quality of Life Scale, burnout and STS are two interwoven elements of compassion fatigue.


Join me and lets chat! A licensed therapist will be on the call to help in processing this really rough year. Two sessions to make sure you have a chance to join

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/working-throu...49?aff=erelpanelorg
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/working-throu...69?aff=erelpanelorg
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
03-25-2021
07:19 AM MT (US)

Free 15 Min Phone Support Today !
Call / Text and I will help you with that Haiku.
Mac / PC / Iphone / Android
Boulder Tech Support
Sal DeVincenzo 303-907-0499
(Bar-K Ranch)
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-19-2021
12:31 PM MT (US)
We have an opportunity to bring the Mammogram and Dental Vans back to Nederland. Please encourage people to sign up to be notified... We realize social media is not the best way to reach everyone so, share with your networks across the Peak to Peak, so we can add locations and make this a regular program. https://forms.gle/Z3tdZdPBv1rKz6759
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
03-18-2021
03:05 PM MT (US)
Please contact your State Representative and ask for their “YES” vote on HB 21-1117.

HB 21-1117 - Local Government Authority Promote Affordable Housing Units will be heard on the House Floor today or Friday.
Please let your legislator know you support this legislation.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-12-2021
08:48 AM MT (US)
NED FOOD PANTRY CANCELING SATURDAY DISTRIBUTION
For the safety of our clients and volunteers, Food Distribution this Saturday, 3/13, has been canceled. In canceling now we hope that people can prepare accordingly. If you have a food emergency in the next week please call (720) 418-0892.
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
03-11-2021
04:29 PM MT (US)

Mental Health Forward Book Group coming the first week of April!

The topic of mental health is HEAVY...but talking with one another lessens the shame and lightens the emotional load we ALL carry throughout the collective experience of living in today's world.

If you are interested in learning more about the Mental Health Forward Book Group offered by Peak to Peak Counseling & Nederland Community Library, contact chelsey@peaktopeakcounseling.com
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-05-2021
11:22 AM MT (US)

COVID-19 Vaccine info
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
03-02-2021
09:05 AM MT (US)
Good Morning!
Coffee and chat, drop in hours with your local Mountain Community Health worker in an hour! Any questions? Need some assistance? Want to just shoot the breeze! I gotcha!
https://calendly.com/mhpcolorado/drop-in-w...ssica?month=2021-03
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Greg MarquezPerson was signed in when posted
03-01-2021
10:32 AM MT (US)
Hey! Any of you art types that want to join our Facebook group, come on over!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2471391396506819
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
02-19-2021
01:04 PM MT (US)
Mobile Dental and Mammogram Van sign up form
We have an opportunity to bring the Mammogram and Dental Vans back to Nederland. Please encourage people to sign up to be notified... We realize social media is not the best way to reach everyone so share with your networks across the Peak to Peak so we can add locations and be able to notify people who aren't online...

https://forms.gle/bivVNoCT2AeNtAPg7
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2021
07:00 PM MT (US)

Last week, it was a joy to share our love of books and the sense of exploration, connection, and sanctuary your local library can provide you. Is there a place, group, hobby, personal item, or really anything that feels like a sanctuary in your life?

Chelsey and Jessica look forward to seeing you this Monday from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Drop-in any time :)

You are welcome, and you are worthy,
Mountain Community Vibe
https://zoom.us/j/93319299083.
Zoom Meeting ID: 933 1929 9083
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
02-07-2021
08:41 PM MT (US)

Did your Monday start off on the struggle bus? Join us to vent out your frustrations, joke around a bit, or focus on whatever you feel like when you join us this Monday from 11-12:30 pm. Sometimes we all need a safe place to share and connect, which is Mountain Community Vibe's mission.

You are welcome, and you are worthy :)
https://zoom.us/j/93319299083.
Zoom Meeting ID: 933 1929 9083
1611
Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
02-04-2021
12:53 PM MT (US)

Boulder County vaccination information for 70+
1610
PeaktopeakPerson was signed in when posted
02-01-2021
12:47 PM MT (US)

These days it can seem almost impossible to get a second in to breathe let alone schedule out time for our own self care. This Monday we are talking about how to find a way to schedule in time for yourself. Even if its something as simple as just 30 minutes of quiet time before you get into bed. Come join us on zoom monday nights at 6pm!

We hope to see you there,
Sabrina and Chelsey

Peak to Peak Counseling
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2021
09:08 PM MT (US)

Last Monday, we had the chance to discuss gardening, relationships, beauty tips; and hear a story of shark-infested waters! Join us this Monday to DIVE into a topic of your choice, along with questions of personality.

Mountain Community Vibe
Every Monday@ 11-12:30 pm.

https://zoom.us/j/93319299083
Zoom Meeting ID: 933 1929 9083
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QuertysPerson was signed in when posted
01-28-2021
10:37 AM MT (US)
Anyone out there know an individual by the name of Josh Flady?

A "homeless" individual here in Broomfield and we're trying to connect him with his Aunt (search and rescue team?)
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
01-25-2021
04:00 PM MT (US)
Hello Ward &
Happy Monday!
Come join me live tomorrow to chat about stress management in Covid times! It will be fun and interactive, and promise not boring! 3-4pm on Zoom!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-the-hair...mZ4ar67QBQbGMHphXNg

Come learn about ways to de-stress!

Jessica Broadbent
Community Health Worker
Mental Health Partners
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
01-24-2021
11:36 PM MT (US)

Drop-in whenever you have time this Monday for a 'break' out of your usual social circle. We could talk about our latest Netflix binge and whatever thoughts and ideas you have brewing along with your coffee or tea during our group every Monday@ 11-12:30 pm.

Mountain Community Vibe
Zoom Meeting ID: 933 1929 9083

"Whatever you do, always give 100%. Unless you're donating blood" -Bill Murray
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
01-20-2021
08:59 AM MT (US)
SBA has curated list of thousands of funding sources
at the national, state, regional, and local levels designed to support small businesses in accessing capital to recover from COVID-19. The opening page captures programs that are available nationally. Visitors then only need to enter a ZIP code of interest to see which programs their area may be eligible. The information is current as of the date of publication, so resource availability may change over time.
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2021
11:21 AM MT (US)
If you are 70+ and want to receive the vaccine (Phase 1-B), here is the link to be notified:

https://bouldercounty.wufoo.com/forms/z14hos8502vdgjr/
Edited 01-19-2021 11:21 AM
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2021
10:11 AM MT (US)

Coffee and Chat time! If you would like to stop in sip a cup of joe and chat join me on Zoom now.
I am here every Wednesday from 10-10:45 and I would love to meet ya'll!

 https://zoom.us/j/8046036039?pwd=NjRhTjdRLzV0dlhzYWVYWmRvRjhUdz09

Meeting ID: 804 603 6039
Passcode: Chat

Jessica Broadbent
Mental Health Partners Covid Crisis Response Team
720-788-8844
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
01-08-2021
10:02 AM MT (US)

Just a reminder, there are lots of options for assistance in the Peak to Peak region. Please reach out if you are feeling food insecure or you need some help with finances.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
01-08-2021
10:01 AM MT (US)

Open Enrollment ends Jan 15. Go to https://connectforhealthco.com or if you need assistance set up an appointment at HealthCoverage@BoulderCounty.org
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2021
10:24 PM MT (US)

Join us on Mondays from 11-12:30 pm every week.
1599
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
12-24-2020
12:06 PM MT (US)
Hey! Happy Holidays to all! I have a brand new, still in box, pet gate. With all the new puppies around, I was wondering if anyone could use it. Free!
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2020
12:33 PM MT (US)

COVID TESTING UPDATE

Covid testing will continue in 2021. DATES AND TIMES HAVE NOT BEEN SET. THERE IS NO TESTING THE REST OF DECEMBER AND I WILL POST THE TESTING TIMES WHEN THEY BECOME OFFICIAL.
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2020
10:11 AM MT (US)

TODAY - The Mobile MAT Van will be at the Caribou Shopping Center from 9 am to 1 pm. If it's not there check at the Presbyterian church parking lot. And, will be at the Gilpin County Public Health Building (101 Norton Drive) from 2 pm-5 pm.
The Mobile MAT initiative is a grant-funded program designed to help and serve those aged 16 and older who are struggling with opioid and other co-occurring challenges.
Edited 12-18-2020 10:12 AM
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
12-16-2020
01:16 PM MT (US)
UPDATES & IMPORTANT DEADLINES - read the whole post!
Health Insurance, Financial Assistance, Covid Testing

OPEN ENROLLMENT FOR HEALTH INSURANCE ends January 15. You do not have to be employed to get insurance. You may also qualify for other financial assistance programs. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY!
Boulder County https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/med...surance-assistance/
Outside Boulder County https://connectforhealthco.com/get-started/new-customers/

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE is available for Peak to Peak residence for rent, mortgage, and bills. Start with the Mountain Resource Liaison in your area or for your need... you can find that information and other help in the Where to Get Help Guide found online at https://www.p2phhs.org/copy-of-where-to-get-help-2. If you need one mailed messenger, your address.
FOLLOW Peak to Peak Human Services at https://www.facebook.com/peaktopeakhumanservices to stay up-to-date on these and other important programs and dates.

The last COVID TESTING for the year will be TOMORROW in Nederland 4-6 and FRIDAY in Lyons 1:30 -3:00. At this time, there are no times for 2021 yet. NO IDS REQUIRED...
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2020
05:35 PM MT (US)

Memory Foam topper: 78” L x 37” W x 2” D - $35
Edited 12-15-2020 11:45 AM
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2020
05:29 PM MT (US)

Delonghi Electric Oil Heater, good condition and works good - $35
Edited 12-15-2020 11:47 AM
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2020
04:46 PM MT (US)
I can do it.
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JB161uticaPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2020
03:49 PM MT (US)
I need someone to get my meds at the end of the month, the 28th, will pay $20.00 and send you down with the co-pay...please, CVS at Target.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
12-09-2020
10:51 AM MT (US)

FREE Covid tests offered in Nederland and Lyons. Testing ends this month until new funding is identified.

Nederland Community Center - December 10 and 17 4-6
Lyons Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints December 11 and 18 1:30 - 3 (drive-thru only)

All are welcome... IDS ARE NOT REQUIRED.
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Chelsey BanningPerson was signed in when posted
12-07-2020
01:39 PM MT (US)

Hello there :)

A weekly social group over Zoom is in the works to provide members of the Peak to Peak Mountain community a FREE and reliable time to come together to share and laugh with one another and combat the isolation of a Covid Winter. The group facilitators Chelsey Banning from Peak to Peak Counseling and Jessica Broadbent with CO Spirit Program will be collaborating to facilitate a drop-in coffee/chat group format and provide educational opportunities for members on various topics.

Please take the time to let us know your interest and additional information by clicking the survey link below.
https://survey.app.do/the-mountain-community-vibe-survey

To sign up contact Chelsey directly at 303-258-7454ext. 6 or chelsey@peaktopeakcounseling.com
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
12-07-2020
10:10 AM MT (US)
The Nederland Food Pantry and Clothing Closet wasn't able to hold their annual fundraiser this year so if you have a few extra bucks... The Pantry feeds clothes and provides housing and human services to the Peak to Peak region. https://www.coloradogives.org/NederlandFoodPantry/overview
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Amy LaRuePerson was signed in when posted
12-02-2020
04:49 PM MT (US)
The Nederland Community Library is now offering home delivery of library materials to Ward and the surrounding area. Call 303-258-1101 (10am-2pm Mon-Sat, 4-7 pm Thursday) or email Nederlandlibrary@gmail.com to find out more about this new program. All materials will be disinfected before being placed in your delivery package, and your package will be handled by a librarian wearing a mask and gloves.
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
12-02-2020
04:05 PM MT (US)
Hey all! Hope your Thanksgiving was full of relaxation and some good food and maybe even some innovative ways to stay connected in these times.
Since I have introduced myself a few times I am offering a Zoom event this Friday to stop in and chat with me on zoom. I will host them normally on Wednesday's, but this week will be on Friday.
 Below is the link for this Friday. I hope to "see" you there.

Topic: Coffee & Chat
Time: Dec 4, 2020 03:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/99223852825?pwd=WGc2eDgy...UFZS0QzWWZXeitiUT09

Meeting ID: 992 2385 2825
Passcode: Chat
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
11-30-2020
10:13 AM MT (US)
COVID TESTING AND OPEN ENROLLMENT
Covid Testing in December, with new times for Nederland only.
No Testing: December 24, 25, and 31.
Remaining testing dates:
- Nederland: December 3, 10 and 17 from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
- Lyons: December 4, 11, and 18.

This year it is more important than ever to check out OPEN ENROLLMENT for Health Insurance. Unemployed? Underemployed? It doesn't matter... there are options. Call 303-441-1000 to talk to a Health Coverage Guide. Go to www.bouldercountyhealthcoverage.org or email HealthCoverage@BoulderCounty.org.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
11-19-2020
10:19 AM MT (US)
Reminders!
Starting today, the Thursday Covid testing at the Nederland Community Center is now from 3:30 - 5:30. No testing next week because of Thanksgiving.

Be That Neighbor! As Boulder County moves to red there will be people who need assistance again with errands and food. There is financial assistance for rent and bills so look out for people in need. The Peak to Peak Where to Get Help Guide can be found at https://www.p2phhs.org/copy-of-where-to-get-help-2

Wear A Mask! 1 in 100 people in Boulder County are assumed to have Covid. And, yes, that number is different IN NEDERLAND, but Nederland is a hub for several thousand people in unincorporated areas of Boulder County who work and shop and in Nederland. For yourself, your family and your neighbors, please follow the new guidelines. The sooner we all do the sooner we can get back to 'normal.'
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N.E.MoorePerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2020
01:54 PM MT (US)
Howdie hey, is the spring tap still located on Utila by the market?
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Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2020
11:35 AM MT (US)
Hey all! Some may have read my intro post just prior to the fires but I wanted to post again for everyone to introduce myself. I am Jessica Broadbent, a COVID (and fire)Crisis Response Peer Counselor with Mental Health Partners. I am here to help if anyone is in need of linkage to resources and or any mental health services (and doesn't need to be the company I work for) We just want to make sure those that maybe in need get those services in these very different times. Please feel free to reach out to me 720-788-8844 or email jbroadbe@mhpcolorado.org if I can be of any help to you or someone you know. Thanks and hope everyone is well!
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Becca HawkPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2020
03:26 PM MT (US)
Hello there fellow neighbors,
I’m faced with a situation in which I need to ask for help. Asking for help is not my strong point, as I’m usually helping others. I am in need of a 4WD vehicle. Barefoot had been helping me get a car together back in July…...Love to Kenny!
I have a small amount of cash that I could put towards a car, yet not enough for a decent mountain vehicle. My son has started in-person learning in Boulder. I am looking for employment, yet need to guarantee transportation.
If you can help Please email alpinefairy@gmail.com or txt 720-842-9588
Thank you, Becca Hawk
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Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2020
10:17 AM MT (US)
Hi All! TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO CALL THE DISASTER ASSISTANCE CENTER! Please make sure to call to get gift cards to replace any food you lost or for any other assistance you might need! The number is 303-441-1206. If you have friends or neighbors without internet, please let them know to call. If you cannot receive a call back, call my cell phone and I will try to answer immediately so we can get you this money! 720-616-9109.
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Martha @thePOPerson was signed in when posted
10-28-2020
06:55 AM MT (US)
Good morning friends! Ward and Jamestown POs are back in action.

Tuesday morning we packed up and moved all the mail back to Ward and Jamestown POs and delivered all route mail for 80455 and 80481.

So glad to be back! And so glad everyone is back home, too! You Ward and J'town folks are a resilient bunch.

See ya at the PO!

Martha @thePO
Edited 10-28-2020 06:56 AM
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Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
10-27-2020
11:32 AM MT (US)
Just FYI
FREE FLU SHOTS have been rescheduled to Saturday, 10/31. Free flu shots will be available for those age 19 and over who are otherwise having difficulty getting a flu shot. These will be offered in conjunction with the Nederland Food Pantry's food distribution in the upper parking lot of the Nederland Community Center from 10:00 am - noon. Everyone is welcome!
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2020
03:49 PM MT (US)
CDOT declared chain law in effect for Boulder Canyon.
Must have snow tires, chains, or 4-AWD.
 Do Not attempt otherwise!
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2020
01:58 PM MT (US)
Evacuee facts from Gilpin County:
We are having a Food Bank Drive today at the Justice Center Parking Lot, 2960 Dory Hill Road, 11-2. Non-perishable food and checks payable to the Gilpin County Food Pantry
• The Isle Hotel is full with 159 rooms booked with evacuees. The Ameristar is now accepting folks and have 43 rooms filled. They expect to get another 80 rooms tomorrow if needed. Donations can be made to the American Red Cross.
• Gilpin County Animal Rescue (GCART) has 190 animals at the Fair Grounds. They need canned dog food and donations made out to GCART
• Timberline Fire is working round the clock out in area where we know there have been illegal camping in the past as is the Gilpin County Sheriff. I’m sure Timberline can always use donations to their support group, High County Auxiliary; Call them for more information.

Here is a great way to keep your donations LOCAL
http://commfound.org/...
Edited 10-25-2020 02:23 PM
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
10-24-2020
10:48 AM MT (US)

Please see the attached flyer for important information for folks RETURNING from being evacuated from Calwood and Lefthand fires only (does not apply to Larimer Cty evacuees)

Katrina Harms
Nederland Food Pantry and Peak to Peak Housing and Human Services
303-578-8033
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-24-2020
09:51 AM MT (US)
A Pre-Evacuation Warning has been issued for the area(s) of Wild Basin to the Larimer County Line due to fire activity near Estes Park. Take the following protective actions: Prepare in case of evacuation. This Pre-Evacuation stands Until Further Notice. If you need assistance or might need extra time, begin your evacuation now. If you choose to evacuate now, you may go to the Nederland Community Center at 750 Highway 72 in Nederland. Please take the route of Highway 7 to Peak to Peak Highway (Highway 72), south to Nederland.
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Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-24-2020
09:50 AM MT (US)
This is the Larimer County Sheriff's Office with an emergency message. The East Troublesome Fire officials have upgraded to Mandatory evacuations for the eastern side of Estes Park. This is a large area that has a north border of Devils Gulch Road, west border of MacGregor Avenue, south border of Pierson Mountain, and east borders of Highways 34 and 36. This will close Highway 34 at Sleepy Hollow Park, and close Highway 36 at approximately mile marker 8. Mandatory Evacuations have been ordered for residents and business occupants in the area due to immediate and imminent danger. Evacuate the area immediately and as quickly as possible. Do not delay leaving to gather belongings or make efforts to protect your home or business. Evacuating immediately not only supports your safety, but also allows emergency crews better access to the area. For text updates, text the word TFIRE to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate information to that key word as needed. To view a map of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.
Edited 10-24-2020 09:51 AM
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2020
01:26 PM MT (US)
2 things...Thank you to our amazing Indian Peaks Fire Department! We are TRULY blessed!
Anyone know of a rental or place for sale for Emmett?
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Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2020
11:33 AM MT (US)
A virtual bilingual Disaster Assistance Center for those who were evacuated due to the Cal-Wood and Lefthand Canyon fires has been set up and will operate weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact the Disaster Assistance Center at 303-441-1206. Leave a message with your name, phone number and/or email address, and physical address, along with a brief description of the help you need. We will get back to you within two business days.

Boulder County has the following supports available for any household that was evacuated or otherwise impacted due to the fires:


 
Food assistance
 Housing assistance
 Financial counseling
 Health coverage
 Transportation assistance
 Referrals and linkages to other basic needs
 Mental health supports
 Help with debris removal
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Martha @thePOPerson was signed in when posted
10-22-2020
03:40 AM MT (US)
Hey friends - hope you are all doing well. The front line folks are doing an awesome job getting that sneaky LHC fire under control A huge THANK YOU!

As you most likely know the Jamestown and Ward POs were evacuated over the weekend and we grabbed all your mail and packages. We have all mail for 80455 and 80481 zip codes and are set up in the Nederland PO where we continue to get new mail for you every day.

We would love to see you! Please stop by and say hi. We are in a cramped quarters and really need your help by picking up your letters and packages between 8am and 4pm M-F and Saturday mornings.

When you come into the retail lobby at Ned PO, look on left side of the counters where the clerks are busy with customers, and go to the dutch door. There is a bell. Please ring it 3 times in a row (postman rings twice, you ring thrice). That is the signal for me to come see you.

Thanks and let's hope the pipes don't freeze!

Martha @thePO
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loveinthemountainsPerson was signed in when posted
10-21-2020
11:16 AM MT (US)
Calwood and Lefthand Canyon Fire Update
Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 9:00 a.m.

CalWood Fire Statistics:
Size: 9,915 acres
Containment: 21%
Total Personnel: 411
Location: 3 miles N of Jamestown, CO
Reported: October 17
Cause: Under Investigation

Lefthand Canyon Fire Statistics:
Size: 460 acres
Containment: 4%
Total Personnel: 115
Location: 1 mile E of Ward, CO
Reported: October 18
Cause: Under Investigation

Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team Black
Troy Hagan, Incident Commander

CalWood Fire Containment Increases on Tuesday; Red Flag Warning Wednesday
 
Current Situation: On Tuesday, both the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon fires were moderately active. Winds kept aircraft grounded in the morning, but aircraft were able to support suppression efforts in the afternoon when the winds died down. Crews constructed containment lines along the south side of the fire on Tuesday and conducted tactical firing operations on the southwest side of the fire to connect existing control lines. Firefighters also worked in the Highway 7 corridor and along the fire’s north edge constructing direct line and checking the fire’s progress to the north. Containment on the CalWood fire increased to 21% on Tuesday.

Today, dozers, engines, and hand crews will work on the southeastern side of the fire to build line as the fire backs down the hill towards Spruce Gulch. On the southwestern side of the fire, crews will continue tactical firing operations to connect sections of existing line and protect structures in the Balarat area. On the northeast side of the fire, crews will continue working on the canyon’s edge and in the Highway 7 corridor with the intent of keeping the fire south of Highway 7. Crews on the north side of the fire will continue constructing and patrolling fire lines.

Crews were able to get containment lines connected around the full perimeter of the Lefthand Canyon Fire on Tuesday. Those lines will be strengthened today. Firefighters assigned to the Lefthand Canyon Fire will be mopping up or removing heat from near the containment lines and patrolling for any spot fires that may cross established lines due to this afternoon’s winds. An increase in containment will come as those containment lines are secured to the point that firefighters are comfortable that the containment lines will hold.

Weather & Fuel Conditions: A Red Flag Warning is in effect for both fire areas from noon today until 8 a.m. Thursday morning due to gusty west-southwest winds and low humidity. Winds will be lighter in the morning across the fire area but will increase in the afternoon. As the day progresses, winds will shift to coming from the southwest and increase to 10-15 mph with gusts to 20 mph in Lefthand Canyon and 10-18 mph with gusts to 30 mph along the ridge tops. Relative humidity will be lower than yesterday at 18-25%, depending on location. Temperatures are expected to be in the high 60s in lower elevations and low 60s in higher elevations. An inversion layer will be in place over the fires again this morning and smoke from nearby fires may temper fire activity, as was the case on Tuesday.

Closures and Evacuations: Road closures, evacuation orders, and evacuation warnings put in place by Boulder County Sheriff’s Office remain in effect for areas near both the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon fires. For more information on evacuation orders near both fires, please visit https://arcg.is/0Lq5fD. Effective today, the U.S. Forest Service has a temporary closure in place for all activities on Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest lands in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. For more information on this emergency closure, please visit https://go.usa.gov/x7CZJ.

Air Quality: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has issued an Air Quality Action Day Alert for the Colorado Front Range until at least 4pm today due to moderate to heavy smoke near the Cameron Peak, CalWood, and Lefthand Canyon fires. For further information on smoke forecasts and public health, please visit the CDPHE Air Quality page https://www.colorado.gov/airquality/colorado_summary.aspx or find more localized information at https://airnow.gov.

Emergency Alerts: Boulder County has an emergency notification system that allows residents of the county and all cities within to be notified of emergency situations. Notifications can be received in a variety of ways, including cell and land line phones, by text and/or by email. To sign up for alerts, please visit www.Boco911Alert.com.

Temporary Flight Restrictions: Temporary Flight Restrictions are in place over the Calwood and Lefthand Canyon fires. Wildfires are a No Drone Zone. If you fly, we can’t. Whenever a drone is spotted near the fires, all aircraft will be grounded until the drone is confirmed as clear of the area. For more information, visit http://knowbeforeyoufly.org.

CalWood Fire Statistics:
Size: 9,915 acres
Containment: 21%
Total Personnel: 411
Location: 3 miles N of Jamestown, CO
Reported: October 17
Cause: Under Investigation

Lefthand Canyon Fire Statistics:
Size: 460 acres
Containment: 4%
Total Personnel: 115
Location: 1 mile E of Ward, CO
Reported: October 18
Cause: Under Investigation

For More Information:
Boulder County Call Center: (303) 413-7730
Interactive StoryMap: https://arcg.is/1ybX0u
CalWood InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7245/
Lefthand Canyon Inciweb:
https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7247/
Facebook: @CalWoodAndLefthandCynFires
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loveinthemountainsPerson was signed in when posted
10-21-2020
11:14 AM MT (US)
We found the online community meeting last night informative and helpful in understanding the whole picture along with things that didn't make sense to us before - here is the YouTube link for anyone who missed it:

https://youtu.be/D-XB8eektjY
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Cal AstonPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2020
03:01 PM MT (US)
This map is quite helpful.
https://nifc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSerie...9eeaa174c944f6959a0
If you go to the FIRE PERIMETERS" tab and type your address in the search box, you can see how far the fires are from your address. There is a measuring tool as well if you are new to the area and distances aren't familiar to you.
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Cal AstonPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2020
01:47 PM MT (US)
From Garry Sanfracon in Boulder County (with permission to post):

A couple things - 1) folks do NOT need to be a member of Facebook to view those meetings. They are able to watch without having a login. 2) We know some people hate FB altogether, so we are also going to be doing these live on YouTube at the BOCC account: http://www.youtube.com/c/BoulderCountyBOCC and the idea is to embed the YouTube live stream directly on the BoulderOEM.com. Hopefully it works out, we haven't done that yet.
1546
Scott L AllenPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2020
10:30 AM MT (US)
Here's another map tool:


https://caltopo.com/map.html#ll=40.11221,-...sfire%2Cwxd_wspd-01
Edited 10-20-2020 01:36 PM
1545
Cal AstonPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2020
09:49 AM MT (US)
UPDATE FROM BOULDER OEM:
Be sure to mark your calendar for the virtual community meeting on Facebook tonight at 7:30 p.m. https://www.facebook.com/events/681744022472350/ Please note: You do not need Facebook to view the community meeting.
1544
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2020
09:41 AM MT (US)
Anyone have a rental for Emmett? He is super reliable and fully employed! Stay safe and sane!❤
1543
Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
05:05 PM MT (US)
We lost power in Ward, 90.5 is down for now, but you can still access updated info about the Left hand Fire and the Calwood Fire online at our website again. wayhighradio.com/listen Way High Radio urges you to stay calm, stay safe from the Way High radio Crew. Dedicated to our mountain community!
Edited 10-18-2020 05:06 PM
1542
Kelly ShawPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
04:30 PM MT (US)
I have multiple trailers and drivers lined up
I have pastures at the ready.
Call me if you need help moving animals.

Kelly
510.866.8996
1541
Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
03:42 PM MT (US)
From Way High Radio in Ward --ATTENTION. EVACUATE WARD IMMEDIATELY VIA PEAK TO PEAK SOUTH TO NEDERLAND> ACTIVE GRASS FIRE RIGHT BELOW TOWN !!!!“Please standby for an emergency message from your 911 center this is the Boulder County sheriffs office emergency notification system at approximately 1 PM on October 18 a mandatory evacuation order has been issued for the area of the 14,000 block up (Canyon Drive including the town of board for a wild land fire in the area take the following protective actions and evacuate immediately (Canyon Drive is closed at James Canyon but you can use Lee Hill Drive take to be at highway is open in both directions _⁠_⁠_⁠_ order stands until further notice…”ind is pushing the fire to the east along the north ridge of left hand canyon away from the Town of Ward but towards Gold Hill. Two sky crane copters and a DC10 tanker are hitting the perimeters of the fire to protect the town but visibility is very poor. Fire is cresting the ridge between Peck Gulch and Lefthand canyon. All east Ward people get out now! You can follow us on 90.5 FM and wayhighradio.com as long as the power stays up in town. We may be able to keep our stream up on line using Greenlight radio KGLR or another source. We will keep you posted.
1540
Aimee BruhnPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
03:02 PM MT (US)
From BoulderOEM.com/emergency-status: Location of the #LefthandCanyonFire is 14,000 block of Lefthand Canyon Drive. Size is roughly 5 acres.
Evacuation Order, for the Town of Ward and the areas north of Ward, Gold hill and the 10,000 block of Lefthand Canyon Drive. Included in the evacuation order are residents of Spring Gulch Road and Gold Lake Road. Leave the area immediately if you are in those zones.
If east of the 14,000 block of Lefthand Canyon Drive go east on Lefthand Canyon Drive or Sunshine Canyon Drive and if west go towards Hwy 72 and head south to Nederland.
Evacuation point set up at Nederland Community Center 750 CO-72, Nederland, CO 80466. Livestock should go to the Gilpin County Fairground 230 Norton Dr., Black Hawk CO 80422
1539
Erin TrippPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
01:40 PM MT (US)

info from my friend who is a 911 call operator: upper LH (14000 block) fire looks to be pushing NE... area being evacuated (they are already on spring gulch going door to door); air resources are en route.
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Kelly ShawPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2020
01:13 PM MT (US)
If you need help evacuating large animals or horses, please call me (Kelly). 510.866.8996

Fairgrounds are full, but I have a bead on pastures and stables and drivers and trailers.

Please be safe.

Evacuation orders are coming through.
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loveinthemountainsPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2020
11:00 PM MT (US)
Re: fire evacuations due to Calwood Fire
If you have horses...Boulder County Fairgrounds is now completely FULL with 450 horses there.
Blessings and Prayers to ALL
 Be well! Be safe!
1536
Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2020
09:40 PM MT (US)
I apologize for the late notice folks, but Boulder County Public Health just canceled the free flu shot clinic at the Ned Comm Ctr tomorrow due to poor air quality. I’ll post when it gets rescheduled! Stay safe out there!
1535
Alexis APerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2020
10:30 AM MT (US)
Affordable Housing in Boulder County Town Hall:
Join Claire Levy and local housing policy experts for a panel discussion on affordable housing options in Boulder County. Hear about Boulder’s Regional Housing Collaborative Roadmap, and learn about how affordable housing is being expanded and protected in our community.

With guest panelists:
Mackenzie Sehlke, Project Manager of "Home Wanted"
Stefka Fanchi, President & CEO of Elevation Community Land Trust
Annmarie Jensen, Director of the East County Housing Opportunity Coalition
Send questions to for the panelists to Alexis@ClaireForBoulderCounty.org

RSVP by in this Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/1IHb5uhN0 or by emailing Alexis@ClaireForBoulderCounty.org

I hope to see some of you there!
1534
Jessica BroadbentPerson was signed in when posted
10-13-2020
11:52 AM MT (US)
Happy October all!

I am Jessica Broadbent, an Outreach Worker for the CO Spirit program at Mental Health Partners, and a fellow mountain resident. (albeit not this area sadly ☹)
My role is to serve the Boulder Mountain community who be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. I am here to help individual and families who need crisis support during these times of isolation, uncertainty and change. I can provide linkage to resources if you are looking for a therapist, psychiatrist, and other community resources – like if you are having issues paying the rent or feeding yourself or family. If you have you lost a loved one during this time and need someone to talk to, need a place to just vent and feel normal again or discus show COVID-19 has changed your life, I would love to discuss how I can help and where you may see the need for help. I would also love any feedback or input about how to interact virtually within your community.

I am planning upcoming Zoom sessions for coffee and chat time, as well as educational events featuring topics that maybe of interest to your community. Please feel free to comment below or message me about topics for future Zoom meetings, and if you have any questions/concerns or know of someone in need. Also feel free to add me on FB https://www.facebook.com/jessica.broadbent.399

Regards,
Jessica Broadbent, Outreach Worker (CO Spirit program at Mental Health Partners)
720-788-8844 Cell
jbroadbe@mhpcolorado.org
24/7 Statewide Crisis Line: (844) 493-8255 or Text TALK to 38255
www.mhpcolorado.org | FB @MentalHealthPartnersCO | Twitter: @MentalHealthCO
1533
Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2020
08:58 PM MT (US)
FREE FLU SHOTS - On Saturday, 10/17, free flu shots will be available for those age 19 and over who are otherwise having difficulty getting a flu shot. These will be offered in conjunction with the Nederland Food Pantry's food distribution in the upper parking lot of the Nederland Community Center from 10:00 am - noon. Everyone is welcome!
1532
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2020
02:03 PM MT (US)
If anyone knows who owns the 2 wolf dogs that are terrorizing other Ward dogs, please let them know they better contain them for their own good. Not Luna, not Nimeria, not Mach or Stoli.
1531
Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-05-2020
01:42 PM MT (US)
Heater has been sold
1530
Atashnaa Medicineshield WernerPerson was signed in when posted
10-02-2020
05:55 PM MT (US)
Recommendations for someone in the area that has or makes tipi poles.
1529
Clarissa Tank ManikPerson was signed in when posted
10-01-2020
07:23 AM MT (US)
Responding to @atashnaa Medicine Shield, I think I might be able to help, with draw knives, and I’m very interested in talking more with you about this program, please contact me at
clarissamarie37@gmail.com 🌞 🍃
1528
Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
09-30-2020
07:35 PM MT (US)
Looking for Draw knives and Debarking spuds
for local American Indian Youths project
Very low cost or free is necessary
1527
Alexis APerson was signed in when posted
09-28-2020
11:15 AM MT (US)
Hello! Claire Levy, a candidate for Boulder County commissioner district 1, is hosting a series of virtual town halls centering around issues important to the people of Ward, Nederland, Jamestown, and Boulder (and all the areas between). Here are the dates and topics for each town hall.

Wednesday, September 30th, 5:30-6:30 pm: Mental Health Treatment
Monday, October 5th, 5:30-6:30 pm: Justice in Boulder County
Tuesday, October 13th, 5-6 pm: Non-Carbon Transportation
Sunday, October 18th, 5-6 pm: Affordable Housing
Thursday, October 22nd, 5:30-6:30 pm: Renewable Energy
Tuesday, October 27th, 5:30-6:30 pm: Get to Know Claire Levy Q + A

Please email me at alexis@claireforbouldercounty.org if you would like me to send you the Zoom link to attend. Also, if you have any questions for the panelists, please feel to email me. I will reply to this thread with updates on panelists who will be attending each town hall. I hope to see some of you there!

(If this type of post isn't allowed please let me know and I can take it down)
1526
Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
09-25-2020
11:42 AM MT (US)

For Sale - great deal
Williams Direct Vent Wall Furnace, 30,000 Btu/hr
New. Never been used. Altitude adjusted, Propane ready.
Includes blower accessory.
Priced to sell - $700 firm ($1600. new)
https://boulder.craigslist.org/app/d/neder...all/7202801833.html
1525
Jill BPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2020
07:03 PM MT (US)
If anyone knows Tina in Ward who works for the census, would you please have her call Jill in Jamestown. I need to correct some info I gave her recently. Thx.
1523
Becca HawkPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2020
01:34 PM MT (US)
Atashnaa,
Are the slider windows still available???
1521
Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2020
10:03 AM MT (US)
Football season is coming up :) another long winter under C19 is coming up :( Solution? I have a working 57" Samsung tv that is FREE for the taking!!!!
bddowe at gmail
1515
Jessica BPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2020
10:21 AM MT (US)
Hello Everyone!!! I am a volunteer board member from the Gold Hill Fire Protection District. As you may know, the Gold Hill Fire Department hosts a fundraiser every year on the 4th of July. It is a great community event where volunteers serve pancakes with homemade rhubard syrup, bacon, coffee and juice. All proceeds from the breakfast are donated to the Gold Hill Fire Department. Unfortunately, due to Covid, that event was cancelled this year. As much as we wanted to try to host a similar fundraiser at some point this summer or fall, it has become apparent that that will not be possible. We have started a GoFundMe page in lieu of the July 4th Pancake breakfast this year. The GHFPD needs your help!! You can make a donation through the GHFPD Fourmile Canyon Fire 10 Year Anniversary Website. https://goldhillfireprotectiondistrict.godaddysites.com/. Just click the "Donate Now" button. While you are there, read the stories of the Fourmile Canyon Fire and submit your own. Thank you for your support!! The community we have in these mountains is amazing!
1514
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2020
02:52 PM MT (US)
Free recumbent exercise bike.
Edited 09-05-2020 02:52 PM
1513
Cloey StruppPerson was signed in when posted
09-01-2020
01:05 PM MT (US)

I'm Cloey, the communications assistant at Emergency Family Assistance Association - EFAA. We are helping folks in the Boulder County mountain communities who have been impacted financially by COVID-19 with financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities. You may also be able to visit our food bank in Boulder or get help navigating other local resources. Please call our Mountain Resource Liaison at 720-422-7813 to learn more and schedule an appointment. You can learn more about EFAA at efaa.org.
1512
Jonathan HoulePerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2020
04:20 PM MT (US)
Is anyone interested in learning Aikido or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?

I’d like to open a school up here or start a club, but trying to gauge interest first.

Text or call me. 7208786116...
1511
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
08-30-2020
06:15 PM MT (US)
Done Dowe Obituary here -->. https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dailycam...-dowe&pid=196717258
1510
Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
08-30-2020
11:44 AM MT (US)
Hi
I am sharing the sad news that Don Dowe aka Neighborhood Chimney Sweep passed away peacefully at his home
on Aug. 9. He will be missed.
The obituary is in today's paper but I don't know how to create a link.
1509
Karelle SPerson was signed in when posted
08-26-2020
01:27 PM MT (US)

1 HP LaserJet 2100 b/w works, free.
1 Brother DCP9040CN color laser printer, needs drum, free.

You have to come and get one or both, I can't lift them (bad back).
karelle dot scharff at gmail or 3363
Edited 08-26-2020 01:30 PM
1508
Tom GlascoffPerson was signed in when posted
08-25-2020
01:38 PM MT (US)

yoti is lost as of yesterday morning. she is a three legged husky with classic blue eyes. hard to miss. please call griffin at 303 459 0531. thanx
1507
Diana GPerson was signed in when posted
08-24-2020
10:11 AM MT (US)

Free! Bathroom faucet. If interested text or call me at 832 857 four one six one.
1506
Diana GPerson was signed in when posted
08-24-2020
10:09 AM MT (US)

Free! Bathroom sink. If interested text or call me at 832 857 four one six one
1505
Diana GPerson was signed in when posted
08-23-2020
05:09 PM MT (US)

Free! We are remodeling a bathroom. Anyone need a toilet, sink, faucet or tile? May be good for a cabin. If interested text or call me at 832 857 four one six one.
1503
Kate CarbonePerson was signed in when posted
08-16-2020
11:34 AM MT (US)
I'm looking to buy a propane fire pit.
Got one you'd like to get rid of?
Kate & Skip
303-447-9003
1502
Todd Sky RanchPerson was signed in when posted
08-09-2020
01:19 PM MT (US)
Hi – I’m Todd.
If you need your grass/weeds cut down OR FIRE MITIGATION assistance please let me know. I have happy, local references who will share with you how DEPENDABLE, THOROUGH & REASONABLE I am. I have my own equipment, tools and a trailer and I live up here between Jamestown and Bar K and could use the side work. Call or text me, Todd, at 7 one 9, six 5 oh - four 2 one 3 . I am also available for other handyman jobs – contact me and we’ll see how I can assist you. THANK YOU!

Here is one pleased resident’s reference on my work:
"I am so grateful for the work Todd did trimming our field. My equipment was malfunctioning, so I needed someone right away. He responded quickly to my initial request as well as followed through with communication and timing for a job well done. Not only were his lawn maintenance and landscaping skills superb, he finished the last portion in the pouring down rain of an oncoming hail storm -- dedication at its finest! Thank you, Todd."
1501
AbriePerson was signed in when posted
08-06-2020
08:59 PM MT (US)
Hi everyone, this is a long shot but figured it's worth a try. I live in the Bar K and have a 3 year old and 1.5 year old who have been going to a small daycare in Nederland which is closing its doors suddenly in a few weeks. I am trying to figure out childcare for 1-2 days per week for both kids, and wondering if there are any possible solutions out there. Possibly any trustworthy nannies/childcare specialists who already have or want to open a small daycare out of their home? (With my 2 kids and their playschool group there are 7 total actively seeking care) Or possibly any local families with young kids who might want to nanny share or already have a sort of group care up in the mountains figured out that could accommodate a couple more? Trying to figure out my kids first, obviously, but also putting feelers out for all of us losing our care. Thanks for any tips or help! abrieb@gmail.com
1500
Vanessa AndresPerson was signed in when posted
08-06-2020
03:18 PM MT (US)
Greetings!

I am seeking a recommendation for a surveyor to survey some land we may be purchasing in Ward. Any mountain folks have any recommendations? Thank you! Much appreciated 🙏
1499
Beth BPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
06:31 PM MT (US)

Free sofa. Home with pets, non smoking. Some cat scratch damage.
1497
Kirk C. WatkinsPerson was signed in when posted
07-16-2020
08:32 AM MT (US)
Good morning QTer's,
Just a note to remind the folks in the area that the Mountain Ear, the long-running newspaper covering the Peak to Peak area, including our area, is still publishing quality journalism, and is able to cover any events or happenings that are newsworthy. It also comes in an online version for your convenience. If you have something that would be considered newsworthy, please feel free to drop a line or give a call.

https://themtnear.com/?s=Watkins&submit=

Kirk C. Watkins - 9-0420
Kirkwatkins23@gmail.com

Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from our mountain community.
1496
Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
07-06-2020
08:05 AM MT (US)
Please join us for a Celebration of Life honoring Mr. Pat “Packy” Kraven this Saturday, July 11th at 3p.m. in the small park over in Jimtown. There will be ribs and all the fixins.
1493
karla refoxoPerson was signed in when posted
06-17-2020
11:00 AM MT (US)

Welcome to all Mountain Dreamers !
1491
BirdhousePerson was signed in when posted
05-31-2020
05:34 PM MT (US)
What’s the best way to get internet service in Ward? I see bad reviews about Hughes net, nedernet can’t connect .... Thoughts/advice ?
Thanks
1488
Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
05-26-2020
02:08 PM MT (US)

For sale - '98 impresa sport. 2 sets of tires/wheels, 2.2 ltr eng., ~226k miles. Runs great! Asking $1500. four.five.nine.3205
1486
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
05-25-2020
09:11 AM MT (US)
Joanne, is that couch still around?
1484
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
05-20-2020
11:59 AM MT (US)
Where is the couch?
1483
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
05-20-2020
11:51 AM MT (US)
I want the couch.
1482
joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
05-20-2020
11:10 AM MT (US)

FREE Black Couch, durable and comfortable. Both sides recline. Free for the taking. Will need truck and at least 3 able bodied folks to move.
1480
Katherine HarveyPerson was signed in when posted
05-13-2020
04:01 PM MT (US)

Hi neighbors--friendly reminder to fill out the 2020 Census! As of today, only 32.7% of households in the Ward/Bar-K/Jamestown area have completed the census (and only 6.1% of Wardos within town limits have done so!!). The county's overall response rate is almost 70%, which means *city folks are disproportionately represented* as way more of the county than they actually are. If we don't get counted, we won't receive federal funding for the local services we need (including disaster response $$$, Medicaid, SNAP, CCAP & much more).

Please fill it out TODAY at home, online at my2020census.gov or call (844) 330-2020.
1479
Janette TaylorPerson was signed in when posted
05-11-2020
04:22 PM MT (US)
Hi -- these two short videos were made by the Safehouse Alliance and Shelter of St. Vrain. Please take a moment to watch them. They may save someone's life. Thanks.

https://youtu.be/hmBBQ2gec3M

https://youtu.be/NzEfb_TMyOU
1464
Marcus kPerson was signed in when posted
04-25-2020
12:37 PM MT (US)

Russell down In Jamestown new 7 month old airedale puppy ran off last night. Please be on the look out. Her name is ribbon.
1463
Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
04-22-2020
03:00 PM MT (US)
Hi David,
Welcome to Ward. Cool picture. There is also Ward Community Forum and Ward Crew on Facebook too.
1462
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
04-22-2020
02:08 PM MT (US)
I'm so excited to announce that our Tribute to Bill Withers has made it into the 303 Magazine Cover Challenge Top Ten!! Please help us win by voting for us and sharing the link with as many people as you can!!! :) Max DeVincenzo
Please vote for Max DeVincenzo - "Tribute to Bill Withers"
(and two others - you can choose up to three)

HERE'S THE LINK
https://303magazine.com/2020/04/303-cover-...frUm10D-VDHshk3DqNw
Thank you!!

Some kind words from 303 Magazine:

"During the virtual cover challenge, no artist was more popular than Bill Withers. The late soul singer passed on April 3, and Colorado went out of their way to honor the legend. Of the many submissions, the best rendition came from Max DeVincenzo. Recruiting a squad of talented musicians to carry the tune via video chats, DeVincenzo gave Withers a creative send-off with a tribute that was good on the eyes and even better on the ears. DeVincenzo’s cover was one wherein it was hard not to want to see it in person, but hopefully, a day will come where we can."
1461
DavidSockriderPerson was signed in when posted
04-21-2020
08:49 PM MT (US)

I'm new to Ward, moved in across from the spring in late October. I'm a full-time artist, Web Developer and Print designer. Here's a painting I was finishing during the quarantine.

Is this the primary community website for information? This is the first written information I've seen regarding closing the spring. I see what's been going on there every day.
1460
Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
04-21-2020
06:05 PM MT (US)
Would anyone out there be supportive of a delivery service for Marrocco's and possibly groceries?
1459
Jesse MoyerPerson was signed in when posted
04-21-2020
05:57 PM MT (US)

Tomorrow is the BIG DAY!
We will be opening our essential store at the Mill Site Inn starting tomorrow 4/22. (We are here and open today!)
Our hours we will be open are Mondays-Saturday from 10am-7pm.
We will be doing curb side pick up (just pull into the parking lot and someone will come out to your car). We will be accepting orders/payments over the phone as well. We are taking cash and credit cards. We are following the COVID-19 regulations and wearing gloves/mask and wiping everything down with sanitizer in between customers. Our phone number is 303-459-0553. We look forward to seeing everyone soon! We are trying to add the suggestions that we already have received and would love some more from everyone! (we unfortunately we can not sell beer at this time but we are working on it!)
1458
Katherine HarveyPerson was signed in when posted
04-20-2020
02:55 PM MT (US)

Hi friends, if you haven't yet filled out the Census, now is a great time! Right now, Ward's self-response rate is still only 5.2%. Doing the Census helps mountain tax dollars fund mountain services (healthcare, food & childcare assistance, infrastructure support, disaster response, grants to local nonprofits, and more). Rural areas are typically undercounted, meaning federal money goes elsewhere despite local need!

Folks who have PO Boxes or are on certain rural routes won't get a paper questionnaire until June because of COVID. But you can fill it out TODAY at home! Online at my2020census.gov or call (844) 330-2020. All you need is your physical address (when it asks you for your Census ID, you can say you don't have one). Please make sure you're counted to help keep local services funded.
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
04-18-2020
06:24 PM MT (US)
Interested Atashna!
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Jesse MoyerPerson was signed in when posted
04-15-2020
07:41 PM MT (US)
Hello My name is Jesse Moyer and my family and I are leasing the Mill Site Inn on Hwy 72.
We are excited to announce that we will soon be offering essential items for sale at the Mill Site Inn, and would like to get some feedback from the locals on what we can offer to help during this hard time.
We will be selling the following items: Sugar, Flour, eggs, Milk, Butter, Bread, Rice sodas, beer, toilet paper and paper towels. If there is something else you would like to be available please let us know,(Millsiteinn@gmail.com or on our facebook page) and we will do the best we can.
We hope to be starting this next week and will let everyone know more details when available. We will be posting a list with prices once we have a complete list. We will be taking payments over the phone/in person as well as cash. We hope to be seeing you soon.
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Pam LelandPerson was signed in when posted
04-07-2020
02:39 PM MT (US)
WANTED: Funky wood outdoor table, card table size. Kinda like the one I put out on the road shoulder a couple years ago! zydecopam@gmail.com Thanks!
Edited 04-07-2020 02:39 PM
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
04-05-2020
07:07 PM MT (US)

Order Now --> https://linktr.ee/pieladypies
Delivered to your doorstep every Thursday

Pie Lady Pies.
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jim baldwinPerson was signed in when posted
04-04-2020
04:21 PM MT (US)
Tommy/ Greta....PM me jim.baldwin@ mail.com, very important...
Edited 04-04-2020 04:25 PM
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Tom BalzerPerson was signed in when posted
04-04-2020
01:52 PM MT (US)
Here is a response to Matthew k from Greta, Chairman of the Ward Water Department, regarding the closure of the water outflow to the general public. She's not set up too post here.

Hey all,
Unfortunately we are in the position of getting flack because we are trying to be safe by reducing the traffic from outside of town.
I am never sure what is right with this outflow situation.....

The reality is that the outflow is not being used by town folks alone, the water department does not want to limit water access but is being forced to with the increasing population and popularity of this "hidden treasure". It has been put up on many social media sites etc.. and due to this we have more folks coming from multiple counties than locals. This has created a situation where there are too many people from outside our community using this location with little respect for the residents living close by.
The water coming from this outflow is a byproduct of a service provided to paying customers within town limits. We are not obligated, or encouraged to purvey water to the public, especially if there are any safety concerns related to the general public. 
We currently  do not have the funds or personnel to monitor the outflow for the public to receive free water during this time of extreme precaution. Safe clean water being provided to our customers is our priority.
 If there are "locals" who need water it may be a good time to reach out to a town member to see if they are willing to provide water as a personal good deed to their community. I know many folks who have done this and it has created new friendships and personal connections in a safer, lower key environment during this time. 

I do not have an account with the QT other than my gallery and don't really want to post as the glass tipi regarding water stuff. Anyone who wants to copy/paste any or all of this opinion above is welcome to do so.
Thanks 
Greta
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Matthew kPerson was signed in when posted
04-03-2020
12:46 PM MT (US)
Turning the water off doesn't improve safety. All you are doing is endangering everyone even more. I have lived in ward for 14 years and I dont have running water. I can go to the spring to get my 5 gallon bottles filled up easily waiting in my car or 6 feet away from everyone till it is my turn. Should be a safe area. But instead u cut off the water supply so now people have to go to other water supplies which will all be overcrowded even more because they have to take on ward needs. Then when we are all in a mess of people at Safeway or whatever getting water we are exposed to way more people and the bacterial biomes of even more. Which we will be bringing back up the hill. You are exposing ward to even more peoples germs because now we have to get near 100s of bacterial biomes to get water. Cutting off the water is a dumb move that is going to get people sick or even dead. Great job once again, ward water board
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-31-2020
11:27 AM MT (US)
Hi all - I just found out that the census response rate up here is only 5%, compared to 43% for Boulder County overall. That’s horrifying and will starve our area of financial resources from the federal government.

Please go to http://www.my2020census.gov/
as soon as possible and help get our numbers up! Thanks!
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Ward Water Board ClerkPerson was signed in when posted
03-19-2020
05:27 PM MT (US)
To protect the health and safety of users due to a large increase of folks coming to get water(as in groups of over 10), the Ward Water outflow has been temporarily turned off.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-18-2020
11:06 AM MT (US)
An update from last night.

UPDATE 8:10 p.m. March 17, 2020

Resources: If you and/or your family are being economically hurt by the virus response, here is who to contact:

Families and individuals under 60: Kristi Venditti, EFAA Mountain Resource Liaison, kristi@efaa.org or 720-422-7813. Please leave a message if her voicemail picks up.

Anyone over 60: Colleen Sinclair, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging csinclair@bouldercounty.org) or 303-258-3068

*Both Kristi and Colleen can route you to appropriate resources.*

If you are in Gilpin County:

Senior Meals of Wheels are being delivered M-F. Call 303-515-4292 to sign up. Gilpin Food Bank is open Tues and Thurs.with a drive-thru system, 1:30 to 4:00. County offices are closed, but call 303-582-5444 to get signed up for state services, or go to Colorado dot gov/peak

We are assembling a number of databases:

1) Businesses and nonprofits status, open hours, services, this database is pinned to the top of Nedheads and Nederland Area Community Support - Coronavirus page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/515487406036464/). It is open to updates by anyone. It will be published in the Mountain Ear this week.

2) People who are willing to help/People who need help. Claudia Schauffler is assembling this database. Email her at theshopned@gmail.com.

3) For Nederland area restaurants open and providing walk-up service go to https://nedtogo.com/.

4) B&F is saying they are open today, without the deli and Mtn Burger, and did get a shipment. Their hours seem to change suddenly, Nederland Facebook pages seem to be a good place to go to check the most current info.

I was asked to repost this information here as new info is added, I hope it is helpful.
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Katrina HarmsPerson was signed in when posted
03-17-2020
01:11 PM MT (US)

UPDATE 1:00 p.m. March 17, 2020

B&F in Nederland is open 2-6 today.

Resources: If you and/or your family are being economically hurt by the virus response, here is who to contact:

Families and individuals under 60: Kristi Venditti, EFAA Mountain Resource Liaison, kristi@efaa.org or 720-422-7813. Please leave a message if her voicemail picks up.

Anyone over 60: Colleen Sinclair, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging. csinclair@bouldercounty.org or 303-258-3068
*Both Kristi and Colleen can route you to appropriate resources.*
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Diana GPerson was signed in when posted
03-07-2020
02:37 PM MT (US)

FREE GE dishwasher in good condition. 10 years old according to previous owner. We just moved to the Bar K in June and are renovating the entire house so we have all new appliances. Call or text me at 832.857.4161.
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Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
03-05-2020
09:18 AM MT (US)
Thanks everyone for all the amazing emails about broken fridges!
We are all set and ready to rock and roll. Exciting to get vermiculture going again!
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Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
03-02-2020
03:51 PM MT (US)
If you are looking to get rid of a broken fridge or freezer, please let me know and we can pick it up.
Its for our worm composting bin in the greenhouse at Cal-Wood. Thank you all! angie@calwood.org
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
03-02-2020
09:46 AM MT (US)

Good morning neighbors and friends.
Just wanted to remind you that I am an available computer tech support resource for home and business clients.

Over the last 20 years I have helped hundreds of people get their computer challenges resolved. Microsoft or Mac, I will help you sort out issues you might have to quickly get your technology working for you. I offer at home and remote support and enjoy working with you one on one, patiently creating a solution that works for you. I have excellent referrals and rave reviews so let’s get in touch to discuss your needs and as always, my phone consults are free for all our mountain clients.

See you soon!

Sal DeVincenzo
538 Ranch Road / Bar-K Ranch
303-907-0499 Text / Mobile
sal@affordablepcmedics.com

Reviews:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/affordablepcmedic/reviews/

Services:

> Mac or PC Upgrades, Repair & Support.
> iPhone, Android, iPad, Chromebook Support
> Windows & Mac Operating System Update & Optimization.
> New Computer Purchase Assistance.
> Virus, Malware, Spyware, and Adware Prevention & Removal
> Home & Business Wired and Wireless Networking.
> iCloud, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive.
> Critical Data Backup & Access.
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
02-28-2020
05:03 PM MT (US)


I'm so happy to announce that i'll be reading poetry from my new book, HeartSeed, at the Merc this Tuesday, March 3rd.
I hope friends and neighbors will come and hear some words, rants, prayers, and encouragements.
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Janette TaylorPerson was signed in when posted
02-25-2020
01:27 PM MT (US)

Please join us for this resource fair the last Thursday of each month at the Ned Community Center!
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Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
02-12-2020
10:45 AM MT (US)
I took the lost dog to the Boulder Humane Society - here's a link with their contact information and another photo. https://www.boulderhumane.org/found-pets/. I sure hope his person finds him - what a love!
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Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
02-12-2020
10:44 AM MT (US)

Found - beautiful cinnamon colored Husky/maybe Border Collie mix with a leather leash (no collar or tags) near Cal-Wood at the top of Balarat Road. Call Nancy Farmer at 303.598.1883
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Janette TaylorPerson was signed in when posted
02-03-2020
11:40 AM MT (US)

Dental Van coming to Ned on February 22. Accepting Insurance, Medicaid, and offering self pay discounts.
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Rich LopezPerson was signed in when posted
01-28-2020
09:25 AM MT (US)
Lefthand Canyon. 1. Looking for a painter for interior work.
                  2. Also need a chimney sweep to replace a section of stove pipe. Contact Rich at rvlopez@aol.com
Edited 01-28-2020 09:29 AM
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karla refoxoPerson was signed in when posted
01-24-2020
05:02 PM MT (US)
Hello Ward Dreamers!

We are offering a dream workshop in Jamestown on Sunday Feb 16 and Sunday March 15, from 2-5. Please feel free to call me or email me if you have any questions! my number is 310-254-5413. Email karla at tulkujewels dot com.

Here's the info—

We are hosting an Introductory Workshop to give you a taste of the practices that we’ll be sharing in a new Dream Group, starting in early 2020.

This is a stand-alone workshop which can also serve as an introduction to the work, if you choose to join one of our upcoming groups in Boulder or Jamestown, starting in February or March.

We’ll give workshop participants an experience of some of the elements of our dream work, including:

* Study various forms of dreamwork through reading, discussion, and experiential practices.
* Create dream altars to honor our dreams and their messages.
* Work with individual dreams in our powerful circle - one on one, and with the group.
* Re-enter dreams through active imagination - continuing the dream for more information.
* Dialogue with dream characters - allowing aspects of the dream to be heard and integrated.
* Re-create dreams through constellations - bringing dream parts into relationship with each other.
* Journey with Shamanic drumming - opening up a visual, creative, dream-like state.
* Explore creative expression from our dreams - through visual arts, creative writing, and more.

 You will learn how to:
~ Tune in to deeper levels of awareness.
~ Reconnect with hidden aspects of yourself.
~ Integrate your sleeping and waking consciousness.
~ Clarify the actions that are inspired by your dreams.
~ Receive the guidance that is always available to you.
~ Learn techniques for increasing your dream recall.
~ Enliven daily life by recognizing symbols and synchronicity.
~ Feel more connected to yourself and others.
~ Ignite your creativity and move through obstacles.

Marta Aarli teaches dreamwork from an integration of 25 years of training and practice in psychodynamic, modern psychoanalytic and archetypal psychology, transpersonal and contemplative psychology, Gestalt parts dialogue, creative expression, active imagination, shamanic dream re-entry, and dream theater/constellations. She is also a poet, singer, artist, and multi-disciplinary improvisor.
inspiral-psychotherapy.com
spiralmystic.com

Karla Refoxo is co-hosting our dream group, bringing her experience as an artist, jewelry designer, Plant Spirit Medicine healer, and dreamer. She practices DreamTending and is currently enrolled in the advanced certification course with Dr Steven Aizenstat at Pacifica University. She is certified by Eliot Cowan as a Plant Spirit Medicine Healer, and is a long time pilgrim in the Huichol indigenous tradition of Mexico.
tulkujewels.com
karlarefoxo.com

Cost is $35 per Workshop
RSVP, registration, and questions, contact Marta - marta.aarli@gmail.com or 303.818.1888
Send payment via Paypal to the same email address.
If you need other options for payment, contact Marta.

Locations will be shared after registration.
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