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Chuck and Anne
02:09 PM ET (US)
Looking for appliance repair person. Kenmore front loading washer banging when on spin. 3034593415
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
10:21 AM ET (US)
Explore Portugal Friday, April 27, with world travelers Andre Mallinger and John Leventhal. They will present slides and stories of their recent bicycle and auto trip after we dine on a Portugese-style meal at the Mountain MidLife Social Dinner. Nederland Community Center, 5pm. Only $5 (requested contribution) over age 60 and $10 everyone else. RSVP 303-258-0799.
Dereck ToddPerson was signed in when posted
08:55 AM ET (US)
Local mountain buisness "Touch of Class Custom Paint N Stain" is taking appointments for spring and summer work. If you need deck building/staining, interior/exterior paint work, drywall repair/texture, remodeling bath/kitchen,auto painting, signs, french drains... I would love to be of service. Contact Dereck at seven20-999-081two
Nederland Food PantryPerson was signed in when posted
11:57 AM ET (US)
9 Health Fair and Health & Human Services Fair, Saturday Nov. 11th, 9 to Noon
Nederland Community Center
Free Flu Shots, Low Cost Blood Screenings and Free Health Screenings
Boulder County Agencies - EFAA, LEAP Energy Assistance etc.
Nederland Food Pantry and Clothing Closet will be open from 10 to Noon as well.
Dennis Whalen
11:26 AM ET (US)
Message for Boulder County Housing and Human Services:
Office hours available on:
November 7th, 28th
December 12th
January 9th
Nederland Community Center
750 CO-72
9AM – 3PM
Ensure you and your family have health insurance for 2018
Get free confidential application assistance
Walk-ins welcome, no appointment necessary

Join us at Nederland Community Center (750 CO-72, Nederland) on the dates listed on the front side of this flyer from 9AM – 3PM for free, confidential application assistance. Bi-lingual assistors will be available to help complete an application for health coverage and to provide guidance in selecting health insurance. No appointment necessary.
When you apply for financial assistance (tax credits) through Connect for Health Colorado® you’ll need to provide some information about you and your household, including income and any insurance you currently have. Helpful information to have is:
• Name, address, contact information
• Social Security numbers
• Birth dates
• Employer information
• Income information
• Information and policy numbers for health insurance plan
• Preferred health insurance carrier
• Preferred health care providers
• Disability, asset and expense information (if applicable)
Nederland Food PantryPerson was signed in when posted
12:34 PM ET (US)
Representatives from Boulder County and EFAA will be available at the Food Pantry in Nederland from 10 to Noon on Thursday, August 3rd to address any social service or housing needs you may have. The Food Pantry will be open at the same time and we have LOADS of fresh produce to share. Please bring prof of residency in the Peak to Peak region. The Nederland Food Pantry is located in the West Wing of the Nederland Community Center and is open every Saturday and the first and last Thursday of every month. Volunteers are always welcome! Contact Laura nfpvolunteercoordinator@gmail.com for more info.
www.nederlandfoodpantry.org or Facebook
fredericPerson was signed in when posted
03:14 PM ET (US)
Hi, I am part of the team working on the the old Rangeview Ranch by Hazel Schmoll -- 183 acre property with lodge (just west of Glacier View conference center) . WE ARE IN NEED OF A LICENSED PLUMBER, ELECTRICIAN AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR to bring the lodge up to code! We have put out several feelers, but need your help in locating these professionals in the local area--because everyone appears so busy! Please email me directly with any names, referrals, or idea. EMAIL ME at bornfornow@gmail.com. thank you!!!
Laura Williams for JAM!
10:39 PM ET (US)
You are invited to attend a JAM Gathering THIS Sunday, May 21st @ 3 p.m. at The OtherShip (my house), where we'll discuss upcoming JAM events, weekly jams, KidJAM, and more! Bring ideas, snacks and drinks you like, art supplies for creatin' and instruments for JAMmin'! Call (3o3) 545-55o2 for info or directions. Hope to see you then!

In case ya didn't know, JAM is Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians with the mission of fostering a sense of community in the Jamestown Area by encouraging adult and youth participation in and enjoyment of The Arts. This means ALL forms of The Arts and ALL are welcome!
Dennis Whalen
09:45 PM ET (US)
Announcement of consultant services:
Technical support to Peak to Peak Housing and Human Services Task Force

The Peak to Peak Housing and Human Services Task Force is dedicated to improving access to housing, transportation, health care, and human services for residents of the mountain communities of western Boulder County. The Task Force works collaboratively with human service providers, community leaders, and government and related agencies to improve the quality of life for all those living across the Peak to Peak Region.

The Peak to Peak Housing and Human Services Task Force (P2P) is seeking a consultant to support the backbone functions of the Task Force and its strategic planning and advocacy efforts. The Consultant will:
• Support the planning and coordination for the monthly Peak to Peak Housing and Human Services Task Force meetings;
• Prepare recommendations for governance structures, including recommendations on how to plug into larger, county-wide Human Service governance structures, including but not limited to the HHSAC and Homeless Management Board (formerly known as the Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness Board).
• Help develop strategic priorities for the Task Force by working with key stakeholders, P2P members and community representatives;
• Identify financing opportunities, follow through with those opportunities where appropriate, and seek ways to establish long term sustainable funding for the Task Force;
• Facilitate subcommittees when needed to address service gaps;
• Assist local community leaders in tailoring action plans;
• Collect added data to clarify community demographics and identify service gaps;
• Represent the Task Force at various community and county meetings; and
• Prepare and disseminate communications from the Task Force.
Qualifications and desired characteristics of the Consultant:
• Has a detailed working knowledge of community dynamics and stakeholders in the mountain communities, and, by strong preference, be a mountain resident;
• Has an awareness of the local non-profit and government services available;
• Is a high energy, self-starter who is motivated to improve the quality of life for all those living in the Peak to Peak region;
• Has an educational and professional background in strategic planning, community development, housing and human services, or other relevant fields;
• Is able to work independently and on a team, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously;
• Demonstrates an ability to write strategic planning and action plan type documentation and prepare general communications materials;
• Has strong interpersonal skills, and be detailed oriented and comfortable working with a diverse range of stakeholders;
• Has excellent organizational, planning, communication and computer skills; and
• Must provide their own transportation as no travel cost reimbursement will be provided.
The Consultant would be contracted for one year by the fiscal agent, the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) under terms and conditions specified by EFAA. The consultant will report directly to the Chair of the P2P and Executive Director of EFAA and make periodic progress reports to the P2P membership and the Mountain Human Service Collaborative, a sub-committee to the P2P. The consultant will submit requests for payment on a monthly basis to the fiscal agent.
The consulting assignment requires an estimated 24 hours (3 days) per week, based on asset of deliverables to be agreed upon in the contract for a period of twelve months. Consulting fee range $22-$25/hour depending on level of experience. The contract is funded through a grant from Boulder County.
Please send cover letter and resume to resumes@efaa.org.
Laura Williams for JAM
11:12 PM ET (US)
JAM proudly presents...

Saturday, April 15th @ 6 p.m.
JamesTown Hall
$5 suggested donation benefits JAM

Featuring...one large Kid Band followed by four randomly-chosen adult bands, a booth of goodies "Made in Jamestown" by various artisans, a commUNITY bake sale, and more!

JAM is Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians who foster adult and youth participation in and enjoyment of The Arts.
Laura Williams
09:54 PM ET (US)
THIS Sunday, March 26th @ 3 p.m. @ The OtherShip (Tom and Laura's house in JAMestown). Bring anything you like to drink, snacks for sharing if you wish, and instruments for jammin'!

EVERYONE is welcome, especially all Band In A Hat members, artists, sculptors, actors, musicians, quilters, photographers, painters, illustrators, writers, poets, gardners, inventors, and people of all ages and interests!

JAM is Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians, here to foster The Arts in our commUNITY, which amounts to a whole lotta fun! Be part of this historical group that's been creating mountain entertainment for over 20 years!

Call (3o3) 545-55o2 for info or directions and hope to see you there!
Laura Williams for JAM
10:56 AM ET (US)
JAM Proudly Presents....BAND IN A HAT 10 !!!

All ages, styles, levels, and locations are encouraged to join!

Sign up for ONE instrument of your choice (but you can play others as your band sees fit). At the drawing, one musician will be chosen randomly from each instrument HAT to form a band. The band then has 6 weeks to create a half-hour set for the show, which can include original or cover tunes, poetry, theater, comedy, or whatever your band invents!

DRAWING: Sunday, February 26th @ 3 p.m. @ our JAM Gathering @ The OtherShip (Laura & Tom's house). All participants are strongly encouraged to attend but will also be contacted afterwards with band info. Due to the random nature of this event, all participants must be signed up by this time as late entries can not be accepted.

EVENT: Saturday, April 15th @ 6 p.m. @ JamesTown Hall featuring a Hat Contest, commUNITY Bake Sale, and other shenanigans!


1. Drum Kit
2. Bass
3. Strings (anything besides bass)
4. Winds (anything you blow)
5. Vocals
6. Other (anything besides the above)

KIDS IN A HAT! All kids under age 18 can sign up for any instrument OR without specifying as there will be a variety to try!


1. Write your name & contact info on the Sign Up Sheets posted at The Merc (starting this Thursday)
2. Call (3o3) 545-55o2
3. Email lauraDOTwilliamsAThotmailDOTcom

ARTISTS and ARTISANS will also have the opportunity to contribute to this event! Details to follow...

JAM has hosted this event successfully nine times already and looks forward to a WHOPPER of a TENTH installment!
Sal DeVincenzo
07:20 PM ET (US)
Dennis Whalen
05:25 PM ET (US)
Walk-In Health Coverage Enrollment Event and Resource Fair on Jan. 28
Enrollment Deadline for 2017 Health Coverage is Tuesday, Jan. 31

Boulder County, Colo. - Boulder County will host a final walk-in health coverage enrollment event and comprehensive resource fair on Saturday, Jan. 28 in Longmont as part of Open Enrollment for Connect for Health Colorado. At the event, Boulder County’s Health Coverage Guides will provide free, confidential assistance to help people find coverage that is right for them, and in some cases connect them with financial assistance to help cover the costs of premiums.

     What: Enrollment Event & Resource Fair
     When: Saturday, Jan 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
     Where: St. Vrain Community Hub, 515 Coffman Street, Longmont

Open Enrollment for 2017 health coverage through Connect for Health Colorado (C4HCO), the state’s health insurance marketplace, runs through Jan. 31.

Boulder County has trained and certified bi-lingual Health Coverage Guides who provide education about insurance options, assist with the online application, and link people to other human services supports as needed.

As an added benefit to the open enrollment event this year, Boulder County programs including Double Up Food Bucks; Workforce Boulder County; Head Start; Women, Infants and Children (WIC); Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP); Longs Peak Energy Conservation (LPEC); and Housing and Financial Counseling will also be present for a resource fair. Visitors can also learn more about Boulder County’s Kestrel affordable housing site in Louisville, and the Boulder County Transportation Department will have staff and information available.

Boulder County estimates several thousand county residents are without health insurance, with a majority of these uninsured being Latino residents and young adults. Since the Affordable Care Act was implemented, Boulder County has seen a 111% increase in the number of people with health coverage under Medicaid and the Child Health Plan Plus. Boulder County has also led the largest Colorado counties in per-capita coverage through the Connect for Health Colorado Marketplace.

“There’s been a lot of discussion about the future of the health care expansions,” said Patrick Kelly, Project Director for the Boulder County C4HCO Assistance Site. “But the fact remains that health coverage is critical for protecting both physical and financial health, and the law still requires coverage for everyone. For many uninsured people, one accident or illness is all it takes to create a crisis. These walk-in enrollment events make it easy for people to find the coverage they need.”

Boulder County continues to utilize the successful health coverage outreach campaign titled “Why Me?” The campaign targets residents who currently do not have health insurance to encourage them to learn about their options for coverage through Connect for Health Colorado. The most recent campaign includes print and social media advertising as well as community outreach and enrollment events. More information is available at www.WhyMeBoulderCounty.org.
Janette Taylor
02:47 PM ET (US)
The Nederland Food Pantry has their regular 1st Thursday Distribution Day coming up on Thursday, January 26, from 10 a.m. to Noon. Check nederlandfoodpantry.org if you have any questions!
Laura Williams
07:42 PM ET (US)
Missing Dog, Tobin (posted below) returned home around midnight last night! From his Mama: "Have had my boy in my arms all day!!... blessed, grateful and thanks for all ur positive thoughts! it was miraculous under the conditions!!!!! Big love to all my dog lover friends"
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