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amilies in need this holiday season can get help getting toys for their children. The 2018 Christmas for Kids program allows family members to choose toys for their children from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Elbert County Fairgrounds, 75 Ute, Kiowa.

Neighbors of park prevail to block facility from proposed location BY TABATHA STEWART SPECIAL TO COLORADO COMMUNITY MEDIA

The Elbert County Agricultural Alliance, a group formed last year that consists of rural business owners from Elbert County, has withdrawn its proposal for a homestead-style education center in an Elizabeth park after opposition from neighbors. The ECAA had hoped to build its education center in Cimarron Park on the north side of Elizabeth, and had been in the process of writing grant proposals and securing funding for the project. Part of the process included meeting with neighbors of the site in a public forum. After hearing from residents of the Cimarron area, and the many reasons why some didn’t want the center in their neighborhood, the ECAA withdrew their proposal for the Cimarron Park site.

Only those who have completed an application will be allowed to choose toys. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Nov. 23, and they can be returned to the Elizabeth Fire Station, ECO Thrift Store in Kiowa, Elbert County Sheriff ’s Office, Simla Fire Station and Big Sandy Schools office. Donations of new toys are appreciated. Drop boxes provided by ECCO will be placed throughout the county.

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Elizabeth girls finish fourth at state cross country Cardinal boys take 15th in 3A division at Colorado Springs BY TOM MUNDS TMUNDS@COLORADOCOMMUNITYMEDIA.COM

Seismic equipment probably registered the event as the feet of Elizabeth athletes and hundreds of other runners pounded the ground Oct. 27 at the state cross country meet held on the course at Penrose Stadium in Colorado Springs. The Cardinal girls finished fourth and the boys finished 15th in the Class 3A division that included teams from 20 schools.

Cross country is both a team and an individual sport. As athletes vie for top individual spots in the field, they also earn team points based on how they finished in the field. The first runner across the line earns one team point and the 10th runner 10 team points. Elizabeth’s girls team was led by Ashten Loeks, who finished seventh in a field of about 150 runners. The first Cardinal runner across the finish line for the boys team was John Flipse, who finished 58th with a time of 18:09. There were also about 150 runners competing in the boys division. Elizabeth’s girls team was unique this season with three sets of sisters on the team — Ashten Loeks and her freshman sister Masen, seniors

Alaina and Brenna Jones, and senior Elle Benkendorf and her sophomore sister Carla. Ashten Loeks said it was an exciting race. “This was not my best race but I stayed mentally positive, but it was a rough race,” she said. “It was a tough race because there were so many runners and they were all so good. I felt I did well but, of course, I wish I could have finished higher, but I feel I ran a good race and I feel it is a good way to close out my final high school cross country season.” She said she is looking forward to competing in track this spring as she wraps up her high school career and then continuing to compete in college. She smiled when asked about the

three sets of sisters on the team. Sister or not, every runner pushed hard to finish first for the team. But after a race everyone was very close friends As a senior, Loeks looked to the spring track season and to the future after graduation. “I really like to have the opportunity to continue to run in college. I have visited some colleges and plan additional visits,” she said. “I also plan to run track this season. I just love track.” She said she got started running to keep in shape for basketball. “I started running and I found I loved it,” she said. “Eventually I realized I loved running more than I like playing basketball, so I gave up basketball and focused on competing in cross country and track.”

THINGS TO DO Parker American Legion Fund Raiser: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 at King Soopers, 12959 S Parker Rd., Parker. Parker American Legion Post 1864 will be holding our Veterans Day fund. Donations collected will to support our work with Parker Cub Scout Pack 363, Boys and Girls State, American Legion Oratory contestants, and service to Veterans. We will also be handing out American Flags for Veterans Day - celebrated Nov 11. Mountain Pine Yuletide Bazaar: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Parker Fieldhouse, 18700 E. Plaza Dr., Parker. Free admission. The Human Family Tree (film): 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Parker Genealogical Society, Parker Library, 20105 E. Main St., Conference Room B, Parker. On the most diverse street in the most diverse city in the most diverse country in the world, a team of National Geographic Scientists swab the cheeks of some 200 random New Yorkers — hoping to reveal clues about our ancestral footprints and prove we are all cousins in the “family of man.” For more information, parkergenealogicalsociety.com. Taking Gluten Free to the Next Level for the Holidays: 10 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at Parker Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, 11402 S. Parker Road, Parker. Whether

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necessity or choice led you to eat gluten free, this eating style is helping many experience the health benefits: less bloating, less brain fog and better sleep because of it. What if you could take gluten free eating to the next level? Eating Grain Free may bring you the health benefits you’re seeking. Visit naturalgrocers.com for more information. Detox 101: 11 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Nov. 24 at Parker Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, 11402 S. Parker Road, Parker. There are a million reasons to detox—and probably a million ways to go about it. But what’s the best way? Join us to discover how an effective detox must not only address our exposure to toxins, but also support our body’s daily detoxification functions. Visit naturalgrocers.com for more information. Anime Nights: Watch and discuss anime, snacks provided. 1st & 3rd Mondays 7-9 p.m. at the Kiowa Library; 2nd & 4th Mondays 7-9 pm at the Elizabeth Library. pplibraries.org. Garden Clubs: Seedy Ladies 4th Monday of the month 1-3 pm at the Elbert Library; Gardeners/Homesteaders 3rd Saturday of the month 11 am-12 pm at the Simla Library. pplibraries.org

Knitting & Crocheting Groups: Simla Witty Knitters Tuesdays 3:30-5 pm at the Simla Library; Close Knit Crochet Group Wednesdays 2-3 pm at the Kiowa Library; Hats for the Homeless Thursdays 11 am-1 pm at the Elizabeth Library. pplibraries.org

Book Clubs: Sci-Fi/Fantasy book club 2nd & 4th Mondays of the month 5:30-6:30 pm at the Elizabeth Library; Kiowa book club 4th Monday of the month 7-8 pm at the Kiowa Library. Elizabeth book club: Third Tuesday of the month 7-8 pm at the Elizabeth Library; Brown Bag book club 4th Thursday of the month 11 am-1 pm at the Elizabeth Library; Elbert book club last Thursday of the month at the Elbert Library, Diverse & Rowdy book club 2nd Saturday of the month 9:30-10:30 am at the Simla Library. pplibraries.org GED Preparation & Career Online High School: Get started with GED preparation and coaching throughout the process. COHS

Lawyers at the Library: 6 to 8 p.m. 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Elizabeth Library. Free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney. Volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms and explain the process and procedure for the areas of family law, civil litigation, criminal defense, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law and civil protection orders. Walk-ins welcome. Everyone will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis. pplibraries.org Movie Night: Popcorn and movie of your choice. Every Friday night 5 to 7 p.m. at the Kiowa Library. pplibraries.org SEE CALENDAR, P14

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‘When you feel connected, it changes everything’ Increasing numbers of maternal depression lead to push for support, resources BY ALEX DEWIND ADEWIND@COLORADOCOMMUNITYMEDIA.COM

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issa Miller, 31, has a history of mild depression and anxiety — the conditions run in her family. She used to manage her symptoms with exercise and meditation. But two years ago, soon after Miller had her second child, the mood disorders rapidly progressed. She had intrusive thoughts of being a bad mother, a failure. A licensed social worker, she was reluctant to ask for help. She knew the system and feared she would lose her job or her kids would be taken away. Her friends and family pushed for her to see a doctor, who recommended medication as the best route of treatment. “I’m a pretty smart person,” said Miller, who lives in Parker. “Why was it so hard for me to get help?” Miller, a vivacious woman who today is at a positive place with her mental health, is one of the every 10 women in Colorado who experience pregnancyrelated depression — the most common complication of pregnancy, medical providers say. Nationwide, that number is one in seven. Stigma, fear and access to care often are barriers to receiving treatment. Public health officials and medical providers stress the importance of knowing the symptoms and early intevention. “So often in life, ‘everything is great and we are so happy with our lives’ is the story we tell,” said Mandy Bakulski, manager of the Maternal Wellness and Early Childhood Section at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. “We need to be encouraging moms Bakulski and acknowledging that the experience is not as positive as it’s made out to be.” ‘They are not alone’ Each year, about one in five women in the U.S. experience some type of mental health condition, most often depression and anxiety, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Women are more than twice as likely as men to develop an anxiety or depression disorder in their lifetime. One of the top drivers of Colorado’s increasing rates of maternal mortality is mental health-related causes, Bakulski said, including suicide and substance-use overdose. Between 2008 and 2013, the state recorded 145 pregnancy-associated deaths, according to the Department of Public Health and Environment. Of those, 40 were related to mental health conditions. While the majority of mothers with

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SIGNS OF PREGNANCY-RELATED MOOD DISORDERS Mood disorders can occur any time during pregnancy through the baby’s first birthday. They can also happen after a miscarriage, pregnancy loss or after adopting a baby. If any of the symptoms listed below persist longer than two weeks, a mother should seek treatment.

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• Possible thoughts of harming the baby or yourself

• Lack of interest in the baby • Loss of appetite and trouble sleeping mental health problems get better, extreme cases show the importance of addressing and treating mental illness early on, public health officials and medical providers say. In December 2016, a Highlands Ranch mother shot and killed her two young sons before taking her own life. Two months later, another mother in the community shot and killed her young daughter and then herself. Authorities later released that both mothers had a history of mental illness. One suffered from depression and bipolar disorder, the other from anxiety and substance use. In Douglas County, 21 percent of women ages 18 to 44 said they had depression, according to data collected from 2013 to 2015 by Tri-County Health Department, which serves Douglas, Arapahoe and Adams counties. That falls right behind the Colorado average at 22.9 percent. That number includes all cases of depression, which can be caused by a combination of biological, physiological and social factors. Often overlooked, pregnancy-related mood disorders are under the umbrella of mental illness, according to medical professionals in the perinatal field. The most common are depression,

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Source: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Symptoms may present themselves during or post-pregnancy, or following the loss of a baby. “It’s not normal to feel that way, but it is common and a lot of women feel that way,” Bakulski said of pregnancyrelated mood disorders. “We want moms to know that they are not alone.” Stigma may cause under-reporting Maria Ayers is the budgeter, planner, cook, driver. “Taking care of ourselves is the last thing that’s on our mind,” the Roxborough resident said of being a mother. “You want to take care of everyone else.” Ayers and her husband had their first daughter in 2008. They had a plan: Two years later, they would start trying for a second child. Then they had twins. On one hand, Ayers was elated. They had a healthy boy and girl — one just over 6 pounds, one under 6 pounds. But Ayers had been working part-time and her husband was facing a potential layoff. Her parents and sisters live out of state.

She takes pride in caring for others and was reluctant to ask for help when she needed it most. “Two-and-a-half or three months in I started feeling really out of sorts,” Ayers, 39, said. “It’s like you are seeing yourself live your life but you’re not really there for it.” Ayers is one of several Douglas County mothers interviewed for this story who have experienced pregnancy-related depression or anxiety. Symptoms typically persist longer than two weeks and can include feelings of anger or irritability, lack of interest in the baby, feelings of guilt, or possible thoughts of harming the baby or oneself. In 2014-16, 4.2 percent of Douglas County women who recently gave birth reported experiencing postpartum depression, according to TriCounty Health Department. That’s lower than the state average at 10.4 percent, but still a cause for concern among public health officials and healthcare providers. “We think that is an underestimate because it’s a self-report,” Bakulski said. “Given the stigma and fear around disclosing symptoms, it’s likely some women don’t respond the way that they are actually feeling.” Pregnancy-related mood disorders differ from the baby blues, which 50 percent to 85 percent of new mothers experience, according to Jenny Paul, licensed clinical psychologist and clinical director of the Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado, which provides resources for mothers during and post-pregnancy. Perinatal is a term used to describe the period before and after birth. SEE CONNECTED, P8


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Health law sign-ups begin with stable premiums, more options ‘Obamacare’ proves resilient nearly two years into Trump presidency BY RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Affordable Care Act’s sixth signup season opened Nov. 1 amid stabilizing premiums and more choice for consumers. Nationally, average premiums are going up only by low single-digit percentages for 2019. In some states, and for some types of plans, premiums will decline. Fewer areas will see increases. Insurers also are expanding their participation. Health care ranked among voters’ top concerns heading into the midterm elections. A year ago, it wasn’t even clear if former President Barack Obama’s signature program would survive repeated efforts by President Donald Trump and Republicans to repeal it. There have been changes. It might be more difficult finding help in enrolling, after the Trump administration sharply scaled back funding for sign-up counselors known as “navigators.” Even so, independent community groups still guide consumers through the paperwork. And in a change that takes effect Jan. 1, those who decide to opt out of health insurance won’t be penalized come tax time. Consumers have until Dec. 15 to sign up through HealthCare.gov. Mike Hewitt plans to re-enroll. “God bless Obamacare,” said the selfemployed remodeling contractor from Austin, Texas. The first year he signed up under the ACA, Hewitt fell off a roof he was working on, shattering his left heel and tearing an arm muscle. “It allowed me to get good health insurance to fix my body,” said Hewitt, who’s in his 50s. He believes the coverage has been worth the $290 he pays monthly in premiums. “When you have it, it keeps you proactive on taking care of yourself,” said Hewitt. About 10 million people have private policies through HealthCare.gov and

state-run insurance markets, with roughly 9 in 10 getting taxpayer-financed help to pay their premiums. An estimated 12 million more are covered through the ACA’s Medicaid expansion, aimed at low-income adults. Income-based tax credits to help pay premiums remain available. The HealthCare.gov website and call center will be up and running. Coverage is available even if you don’t qualify for financial help, but many cannot afford to pay full freight and self-pay customers have left the market in droves. The 2019 sign-up season begins just days before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, when voters were set to determine control of Congress. Democrats have made preserving the ACA’s protections for pre-existing medical conditions a major issue. Trump and Republicans have been hitting hard against Sen. Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All” plan, saying Democrats are out to destroy Medicare. Republicans haven’t backed off their vow to repeal “Obamacare.” After repeal failed last year, the Trump administration and GOP-led Congress continued to chip away, making changes that could lead to fewer people enrolling. If younger, healthier people stay out of the market, it will increase taxpayers’ cost of covering those who remain. Among the major changes:  Repeal of the unpopular requirement that Americans get health insurance or risk fines, gone as of Jan. 1. Experts agree that will reduce enrollment, but differ by how much. Some argue that the so-called “individual mandate” was never very effective, since the Obama administration issued numerous exemptions, and the Trump administration added more. “This is not the death blow for the market that was thought,” said Chris Sloan of the consulting firm Avalere Health.  Greater availability of shortterm health plans in most states. The Trump administration is allowing such plans to cover up to 364 days, and renewals up to 36 months. Premiums are much lower than for ACA plans, but pre-existing conditions are excluded and plans don’t have to cover SEE HEALTH, P7

Penny drives will raise money for libraries foundation STAFF REPORT

A penny drive at Running Creek and Singing Hills elementary schools will raise money for the Pines and Plains Libraries Foundation. Classroom jars will be set up and participants are asked to drop all spare change, even pennies, in the

jars. At the end of November, each classroom’s jar will be counted an and the classroom at each school that brings in the most change will win a pizza party donated by Buzzard’s Pizza. For more information, contact Wendy at 303-646-3792 ext. 12, or wendy@ pplibraries.org.


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Deputy cleared in fatal Taser incident Drug use, health issues found to be among other factors that led to death STAFF REPORT

An Elbert County sheriff ’s deputy was justified in using a Taser to help detain an armed man who died shortly after, according to a review by the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. The suspect, Christopher Poer, was found to have died in April from a combination of the consumption of a “toxic-lethal” level of amphetamine, prior health issues and use of the Taser, according to a report released Oct. 31 and signed by Elizabeth Oldham, chief deputy district attorney. The deputy, Christopher Dickey, and two other deputies responded to a home on Private Road 188 near Hillside Trail in northwestern Elbert County the night of April 12. Poer, 46, had contacted the sheriff ’s office and was acting irrationally, the report stated. A woman told deputies Poer had pointed a gun at her. After arriving on the scene shortly before 8 p.m., deputies reported hearing gunfire in a field behind the home.

A couple minutes later, deputies encountered Poer, who was lying on the ground. Fearing he was still armed, deputies told Poer to put his “hands up,” according to the report. Poer did not comply and instead “extended his hand as if reaching for something.” Deputies found a hangun near Poer’s foot and secured the weapon, and then attempted to hadcuff a physcially combative Poer, the report said. In an effort to control him, Dickey used his Taser on Poer’s back and a leg. With the assistance of another deputy, Poer was handcuffed. “Almost immediately” after, deputies noticed Poer was foaming at the mouth and called for an ambulance, according to the report. Shortly after, Poer was found to not have a pulse and a deputy began CPR. Poer was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 9:06 p.m. The incident was investigated by the 18th Judicial District Critical Response Team, and evidence was reviewed by Oldham. “Based on my review of all evidence in this case, I find that Deputy Dickey acted appropriately when he used the Taser device on Mr. Poer and that he complied with all Colorado statutes with respect to the use of force by a peace officer,” Oldham wrote in the report’s conclusion.

Man arrested in Elizabeth woman’s death STAFF REPORT

A 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 56-year-old Elizabeth woman on Halloween night. Christopher Sanders Leary is being held without bond on suspicion of first-degree murder.

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basics like prescription drugs. “It’s uncertain how popular these cheaper and more bare-bones plans will be among the healthy people who will qualify for them,” said Larry Levitt of the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation.  Expansion of “association health plans” for small businesses and sole proprietors. These plans, which can be sold across state lines, are broadly similar to employer insurance. But it takes time to set up provider networks, and to gain approval from state regulators. It’s unclear how widely available they’ll be. A new Kaiser Foundation study estimates that if not for the changes by Trump and Congress, premiums would have been substantially lower next year. Standard “silver” plans will cost about 16 percent more than they would have otherwise, the analysis found. But no one is predicting “Obamacare” will collapse, as Trump repeatedly did

He was arrested after officers responded to a home at about 8:45 p.m. Oct. 31 to investigate reports of an attack on a woman. Officers found the woman dead and Leary also at the residence, according to a news release from the Elizabeth Police Department. The woman’s name was not released. last year. “It will shrink maybe a little bit, but it doesn’t fall off a cliff,” said Standard & Poor’s analyst Deep Banerjee. About 11.8 million people signed up during last year’s open enrollment, only about 3 percent fewer than the final season under Obama. It was a surprising result, and experts saw it as evidence of the program’s value to consumers. Although federal funding for sign-up season has been slashed, independent groups are trying to get the message out. At Foundation Communities, an Austin nonprofit that serves low-income workers, calls and emails have already been going out to clients with reminders about open enrollment. Kori Hattemer, director of financial programs, said the goal is to help enroll 5,000 people. The center had the same target for this year and exceeded it. “There’s a lot of confusion around whether the Affordable Care Act still exists,” said Hattemer. “We’re making sure people know financial help is available. There’s just lots of mixed messages out there.”

Douglas County offices will be closed Monday, November 12 in observance of Veterans Day.

Need help with home heating costs? Eligible low income households in Douglas County may apply for energy assistance through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) beginning Nov. 1. For more information, or an application, please visit www. douglas.co.us and search for LEAP or email LEAPHELP@ discovermygoodwill.org

Funds available to serve at-risk Veterans Emergency assistance is available to veterans struggling with housing (mortgage/rent) transportation, employment, healthcare or other emergency needs. To apply for the veterans assistance funds visit www.douglasveterans. org or call 303-663-6200.

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‘I felt like I was failing all the time’ Strong support system, medication helped Parker mom regain balance BY ALEX DEWIND ADEWIND@COLORADOCOMMUNITYMEDIA.COM

Throughout her life, Lissa Miller experienced some depression and anxiety. The mental health disorders run in her family. She managed her symptoms by being mindful and exercising. In her early 20s, Miller, a Parker resident, was employed as a licensed social worker in Aurora. She worked with abusive parents, neglected children, battered women. Her environment, she said, caused some post-traumatic stress. When she was 25, Miller had her first child. Though she experienced some symptoms of depression and anxiety, it wasn’t until she had her second child four years later that her mental health spiraled out of control. She had suicidal thoughts daily, she said. She felt like she was a bad mom and that no one loved her. Her temper was short. She was irritable. Her chest felt tight, her breath short. “I felt like I was failing all the time,” Miller, 31, said. “I just felt like everything was a mess.”

Five months after her pregnancy, she was driving her two kids to her parents’ house in Brighton when she visualized veering off the road, crashing her car and ending it all. “It was so hard to talk about because I’m a clinician, I do this for a living — I assess people for threats and suicide every day,” Miller said. “It was really hard for me to say, `Hey, me too.’ I worried I would be fired or lose my license because I couldn’t even get my act together.” That day, Miller opened up to a coworker about her feelings, and her coworker encouraged her to see a doctor. She booked an appointment with her nurse practitioner of 10 years at Kaiser Permanante. Together, they decided medication was the appropriate route of treatment. “I’ve been on it ever since and, honestly, it was probably the best decision I ever made,” said Miller, a bubbly woman with an infectious laugh. “I haven’t had a single suicidal thought. I feel normal — I forgot how great that feels.” Miller talks to a life coach on a weekly basis. She switched professions and works from home as a representative for Herbalife Nutrition, a company that promotes health. She serves on the board of a local group for mothers called You Are Not Alone Mom 2 Mom (YANAM2M). She credits her strong support sys-

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The baby blues are feelings of sadness or moodiness that occur in the week or two following birth. Typically, those feelings are sadness, insomnia, loss of appetite or irritability, and generally disappear Paul in one to two weeks. “A lot of times, women who are experiencing baby blues will not go on to experience postpartum depression or anxiety,” Paul said. “But many times they will.” Every experience is different As a licensed social worker, Miller worked with people in detox, abusive parents, neglected children, battered women. The profession, she said, left her with some posttramautic stress, which she believes exacerbated her symptoms of pregnancy-related depression and anxiety. A variety of factors, from family history to trauma to access to resources, play a role in pregnancyrelated mood disorders and the mental health of women in general, medical professionals say. They emphasize that every experience is different. “For some it’s a hormonal shift, for some it’s having a history of depression or anxiety, for some it’s

of the family,” Miller said. “If we can’t take care of ourselves, if we are not healthy mentally or physically, it impacts our families.”

ending breastfeeding,” Paul said. “We want to be really mindful about every person’s unique situation. Everyone really is bringing different cards to the table.” Nationwide, family support systems have changed, Paul explained. Historically, new parents stayed in their hometowns, close to grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles. “We had greater social support,” Paul said. “I think we are a very mobile society nationally these days, so often we find moms that are very isolated.” Nikki Brooker, a mother of three in Highlands Ranch, has a similar outlook. She was living in Littleton when she had her first two children. Her mother had recently died, her immediate family lived out of state and none of her friends had kids. She felt isolated and overwhelmed so, with her husband and two kids, moved to Ohio, where her sister-inlaw and mother-in-law live. “People need support,” said Brooker, who moved to Highlands Ranch in 2007. “They need to know that they are not alone and that there are other people that are going through the same thing.” Parenting in 2018 looks a lot different than in 2000, when Brooker had her first child, she said. Social media puts an immense amount of pressure on mothers to live up to a certain, often unattainable, lifestyle, Brooker said. SEE CONNECTED, P9


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“I think it’s not necessarily Highlands Ranch or Douglas County, but our culture as a whole,” she said. “The narcissism of our society — that I have a great life and great kids and a great husband — instead of being real.” A message of hope At the state, county and local level, efforts to address the mental health of women are on the rise. To receive federal funding, the state is required to periodically assess community needs through a process that involves community partners and stakeholders. Feedback gathered from women of reproductive ages in 2010 indicated maternal mental health as a top concern. Since then, pregnancyrelated mood disorders have been one of the state’s “priority-focused areas,” Bakulski said. In 2016, the state partnered with Postpartum Support International and implemented a public awareness campaign for pregnancy-related depression and anxiety. Tri-County Health Department quickly jumped on board. “The time is now,” said Vicki Swarr, perinatal services nurse Swarr manager at Tri-County

IF YOU NEED HELP Postpartum Support International — Call 1-800-944-4773, press #1 for Spanish or #2 for English, or text 503-894-9453. The organization has a Colorado chapter that provides local resources for mothers. Mary Schroeter, coordinator for the Littleton area, can be reached at 303-883-7271. Laurel Hicks is coordinator for the greater Denver area and can be reached by phone or text at 303-974-8295. Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program — Call 303-864-5252 or email healthyexpectations@childrenscolorado.org. For mothers in the perinatal period, the program at Children’s Hospital Colorado offers medical and psychological evaluations, couples and individual counseling, and support groups. Some services, including a moms support group called MAMAS Connect, are offered at the Highlands Health Department. “Women are experiencing this more so than anybody ever thought. They are not to blame.” The goal is to educate families and healthcare providers on warning signs of the mood disorders. The campaign’s messaging is consistent: You are not alone, there is help, you can get better. The hope is that even if a mother can’t recognize her symptoms, a spouse, sister, brother, friend or doctor can. “We know often that the support systems might notice something looks different before the women themselves are able to articulate how they are feeling,” Bakulski

Ranch campus, 1811 Plaza Drive. You Are Not Alone Mom 2 Mom (YANAM2M) — Call 303-229-3678 or email nikki@yanam2m.org. The free support group for moms meets weekly at locations in Highlands Ranch. To view a calendar, visit yanam2m.org/calendar. AllHealth Network — Call 303-730-8858. South metro Denver’s community health center offers behavioral inpatient and outpatient services as well as group and individual or family counseling. For a list of locations, visit allhealthnetwork.org/aboutus/contact-us-locations. Colorado Crisis Services — Call 844-4938255 or text ”TALK” to 38255. You will be connected to a crisis-trained counselor who will provide immediate and confidential said. The state is working to increase the number of providers who are trained to work with pregnant or postpartum women, and to strengthen the healthcare referral system to better connect new mothers to the appropriate services, whether that is a counselor or support group. Oftentimes, cost and long waitlists are significant barriers to seeking treatment. Maternal mental health is not specified under the federal parity law, which requires health insurance plans to provide coverage for mental health treatment. “In general,” Bakulski said, “we don’t have enough mental health

providers to cover all of the mental health issues.” Children’s Hospital Colorado is one of several health and advocacy organizations that hopes to change that. In response to a growing demand across Douglas County for support groups and services for new mothers, the hospital expanded its Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program to its south campus in Highlands Ranch, 1811 Plaza Drive. The program offers weekly support groups for mothers and their babies. “We really want to have a prevention focus. It gives us an opportunity to provide support as early as possible,” Paul said. “We don’t want to wait until moms need intensive treatment.” After witnessing the devastation caused by the death of the two Highlands Ranch mothers and their young children, Brooker knew a change had to be made in her community. A year later, she started You Are Not Alone Mom 2 Mom (YANAM2M), a nonprofit organization for mothers in need of a safe space to connect. The group meets weekly at various locations around Highlands Ranch. Each new mom is offered a “support mom” who acts as a mentor and friend. Brooker can confidently say her group has saved the life of one mother. “When you feel connected,” she said, “it changes everything.”

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Stigma leads many men to suffer in silence Social expectations, a reluctance to talk often inhibit men from seeking help BY JESSICA GIBBS JGIBBS@COLORADOCOMMUNITYMEDIA.COM

Brett Zachman vividly remembers his first panic attack. He was driving at 10 a.m. on a Thursday morning, not long after the woman he’d been seeing for three months ended their relationship. That Monday, he’d also signed divorce papers, the final step in an 18-month process ending his 10-year marriage with his wife, whom he’d been separated from for several months. The latest breakup, Zachman said, became a catalyst unleashing all the emotions he suppressed during his marriage, separation and divorce. “It felt like the hand of death reached up underneath my rib cage and squeezed my chest,” said Zachman, who lives in Parker. “I thought I was having a heart attack.” His muscles tensed. His body slowed down. He felt an emotion that was almost painful. He began crying uncontrollably. Zachman pulled into a gas station parking lot and flipped through his phone, searching for someone to call. Finally, he dialed his sister. “I couldn’t even hardly speak,” he

said. “I think I finally kind of broke down and said, `I don’t know what’s wrong with me.’ ” Letting go of ‘abusive thinking’ What was wrong with Zachman was depression, a mental health condition affecting more than 6 million men in the U.S. each year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Anxiety and bipolar disorder, along with psychosis, schizophrenia and eating disorders are among other common illnesses affecting men, the national advocacy organization Mental Health America says. But unlike women, who studies show are more likely to receive treatment for mental illness, men often are hesitant to ask for help because of social norms, a reluctance to talk and a tendency to downplay symptoms, according to mental health experts and organizations. Those factors, taken together with a rising rate of suicide among men — it is the seventh-leading cause of death among males, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — have spurred many researchers to describe the state of mental health among men as “a silent crisis,” stated Rob Whitley, an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University, in the publication Psychology Today in February 2017. “A lot of men are out there suf-

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lands Ranch. “If something beats you, then you’re weak. If you’re depressed and can’t get out of bed, your male brain will tell you that you’re weak, you’re lazy, that you’re not strong enough to be a good father or husband.” It took him years, Knight said, to “let go of that abusive thinking.” In Douglas County, where the median household income is $109,292 and the population is generally highly educated, high expectations about being successful and providing for your family put additional pressure on men, said Jason Hopcus, president of the National Alliance on Mental Illness for Douglas/ Hopcus Arapahoe Counties. “Not all of Douglas County,” Hopcus said. “But there are some segments of it that are a little like `keeping up with the Joneses,’ and there’s a lot of pressure with that.” SEE MEN, P11

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The negative cultural effects arising from that stress can exacerbate or lead to depression, anxiety, substance use and abuse, and a lack of connection within a person’s family, personal or professional life, Hopcus said. “I think the effects are kind of endless,” he said. Whitley said in his studies men also reported feeling unheard or dismissed when they did ask for help, which relates back to the issues surrounding stigma, that in society and in families men are expected to be strong, be breadwinners and provide. Depression manifests itself differently in men than women, who most often express it through sadness, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. In men, symptoms may include rage, irritability and aggressiveness. They may also seem very tired or lose interest in family, work or hobbies. Dr. Carl Nassar, president of HeartCentered Counseling, a Littleton-based counsling and therapy center, said men are often taught or believe they need to repress their emotions. But emotions still emerge. “Repressed feelings really come out primarily Nassar in three ways,” Nassar said. “If you repress a lot of sadness, it will build up into depression. If you repress a lot of anxiety, then you are much more likely to become anxious about a lot of things in life. If you repress a lot of anger, you’re more likely to have outbursts.” Nearly 49 percent of women compared to 34 percent of men received care in 2016 for their mental illness, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. But that doesn’t necessarily mean women are struggling at higher rates. “Women have much higher rates of depression but it’s because they go to the doctor and get diagnosed,” said Jarrod Hindman, deputy chief of the Violence and Injury Prevention Mental Health Promotion Branch Hindman of the Colorado Depart-

ment of Public Health and Environment. “Men just suffer in silence.” A call to action The rising rates of suicide, considered a national public health crisis, paint a troubling picture of how many men struggle with mental health: Men represent 78 percent of all U.S. suicides, according to the CDC. And men are four times more likely to die by suicide than women. State health officials also note that suicide was the seventh-leading cause of death in Colorado in 2016, according to the CDC. A report from the Kaiser Family Foundation named Colorado as ninth on a list ranking states by highest suicide rates for that same year. That’s important when considering working-age men account for the highest number of suicide deaths in the state annually, according to a 2016-17 annual report from the Office of Suicide Prevention. Those men are also the least likely to receive support, according to Man Therapy, a statewide public health campaign that started in 2012 with a goal of getting men mental health resources. Douglas County reflects the state and national pictures. Data provided by the Douglas County Coroner’s Office shows of the 44 suicide deaths in the county last year, 35, or more than 79 percent, were men. In 2016, 39 of the 57 suicide deaths, or 68 percent, were men. And in 2015, 49 of the 58 suicide deaths were men. That was nearly 85 percent. “The 10 states with the highest suicide rates are almost always the Rocky Mountain West,” said Hindman, explaining that numerous factors, including high gun ownership rates and the general culture, contribute to that reality. “We really embrace that rugged indivudal mentality in the West.” The concerns around depression and suicide among men have galvanized local and state organizations and health departments. A State Innovation Model grant workgroup recently evaluated gaps in Colorado’s behavioral health and this year issued a call to action asking Colorado to focus more on the male population’s health. The State Innovation Model is a governor’s office initiative aimed at better coordinating primary and behavioral health in primary care settings. “That pretty much called out that

we as a state are not really paying enough attention to the needs of men and boys,” said Monica Younger, a behavioral health coordinator with Tri-County Health Department, which serves Douglas, Adams and Arapahoe counties. The Let’s Talk Colorado campaign, a statewide effort led by a partnership including the Tri-County Health Department and Douglas County government to destigmatize mental illness, is responding to the recent push by focusing its next campaigns on men, said Patty Boyd, Tri-County’s strategic partnerships manager. The department will work with Man Therapy next year for that campaign. “We just wanted to draw more attention to men and their unique challenges to opening up about their mental health,” Boyd said. “We’re all in this together. We want everyone to understand that we all have to look out for each other. And men need to hear that message, too: We hear you, we see you, your ability to enjoy life matters.” One of Man Therapy’s main goals is to reach men who might fit the “man’s-man” stereotype, but long before they enter crisis. The message: Taking care of one’s mental health is a sign of strength, not weakness. It’s about being the best man he can be. Since Man Therapy’s start six years ago, Hindman said, the mission has been to change social norms and how men think of mental health, to empower them to address their mental health and to reduce the suicide rates. Through a website, bilboards and advertising, the organization has used humor and a Ron Burgundy-esque character — modeled after actor Will Ferrell’s role in the movie “Anchorman” — to try to ease the stigma around mental health and grab men’s attention. A CDC-funded study is underway to gauge how the website affects men, with results possibly available in 2019, Hindman said. Getting help and taking care of mental health can look different for each man, Whitley, Hopcus, Younger and Hindman said. There are apps that can be downloaded — numerous options exist for helping people manage anxiety, sleep and more. Maybe it’s better diet or strategies to manage stress. Perhaps it’s finding connection with others through social groups or exercising. Or seeing a therapist and attending support groups.

Whatever the means, mental health officials are shining a spotlight on men to help those who are struggling avoid becoming a statistic and spiral toward crisis, like suicide. “If you can catch it before it even gets there,” Nassar said, “that’s ideal.” ‘It makes you stop and think’ Before his panic attack, Zachman had moved out of the home he shared with his wife and two young sons and started his own promotional merchandising business. For the first time in his life, he lived and worked alone. He dealt with his emotions in what he described as the machismo way: “I took the route I think a lot of men take. I don’t need anybody’s help. I don’t need help.” He began withdrawing from friends and family, isolating himself. He threw himself into work. Internally, he felt like a failure. He hadn’t shared with loved ones how his marriage was struggling, and the divorce came as a surprise to them, he said. Zachman was not suicidal. Still, he questioned where he’d be today had he not sought help following his panic attack, which he ultimately did through a group therapy program in Boulder. He also began individual therapy twice a month. “It helped because it makes you stop and think about what you’re doing and why you’re doing it,” he said, “and brings an objective viewpoint.” Today, Zachman, 47, works in finance. But he spends every Friday working on BeMen, a Parker-based nonprofit he started eight years ago because of his own experience. The organization’s mission is to help men navigate their mental and emotional health along with their overall wellbeing, and to help them find a community of other men. “Men need a place to come and talk,” he said. The organization began as a divorced men’s group meeting at Zachman’s home. Today it has a website, a Facebook page and offers meetings and events for men of all backgrounds, divorced or not, to come together. One recent event invited five panelists to talk about a range of men’s health topics — from mental toughness to financial freedom and physical fitness. “If we help men become stronger,” Zachman said, “it creates an amazing ripple effect in society.”

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The Parker Task Force food bank is seeking donations of holiday food baskets so local families in need can prepare Thanksgiving meals in their homes. Food baskets should feed a family of four to six, and contain a complete Thanksgiving meal — frozen turkey, aluminum turkey pan, stuffing, canned green beans, canned cream of mushroom soup, butter, dinner rolls, gravy (packet or jar), canned fruit, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, pie and Cool Whip. These baskets or boxes can be dropped off at the Parker Task Force buildling at 19105 Longs Way between 9 a.m. and noon Saturday, Nov. 10; Tuesday, Nov. 13; Wednesday, Nov. 14; or Friday, Nov. 16. The food bank also seeks monetary donations in any amount. “The holiday season is a vital time to raise money for all nonprofits,” Parker Task Force chairman Steve Budnack said in a news release. “Any additional funds collected during Thanksgiving will be used

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to help provide limited financial assistance to prevent eviction or utility shut-off through the winter months.” Checks made payable to the Parker Task Force (memo: Thanksgiving), 19105 Longs Way, Parker, CO 80134. You may also make a Thanksgiving contribution using PayPal through the Parker Task Force website, www. parkertaskforce.org. The task force can also use gift cards to local grocery stores to purchase perishable food for the food bank — for example, milk, eggs, cheese, meat and produce. For more information about the Thanksgiving efforts, call the Parker Task Force at 303-841-3460 or send an email to foodbank@parkertaskforce. org. Thanksgiving dinners are just one of the services provided by the Parker Task Force, a nonprofit organization operated solely by dedicated volunteers providing short-term support, including a food bank and limited financial assistance to those in need throughout the Parker, Elizabeth and Franktown communities.

the alliance wanted to be respectful of Cimarron residents, and had no intention of forcing the center if it wasn’t wanted in the community. “We did pull out of the Cimarron site,” said Cribley. “After meeting with the residents, there was a group who were against it, and we addressed their concerns. We decided it wasn’t worth putting people through stress if they don’t want it there.” Rejection by the Cimarron community turned out to be a blessing, according to Cribley. “There are a number of other opportunities that have come up as a result of pulling out of that site,” said Cribley. “In the end it feels like this is a blessing in disguise. We’ll regroup and start on it again next year.” Mike Barney, executive director of the Elizabeth Park and Recreation District, said the district has supported the ECAA’s vision for an education center, but after public meetings it was clear that Cimarron Park wasn’t the place for it. “The park board facilitated a public process to hear from residents in the community, and their thoughts on the project,” said Barney. “Through that process we learned of opposition from those in the Cimarron area, and the board decided not to move forward with it at that location.” In addition to withdrawing the proposal from Cimarron Park, Barney said they are also working with Cimarron residents to get input on what they would like to see improved at the park, and will be working with them to provide resources needed to improve and maintain the park.


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Pine Bluffs Plaza breaks ground in Parker Site at Hess and Parker roads will bring mixed-use retail BY NICK PUCKETT NPUCKETT@COLORADOCOMMUNITYMEDIA.COM

For 20 years, the plot of land on the northeast corner of Parker and Hess roads remained vacant. Soon, the area will be home to Parker’s newest mixed-use commercial development, known as Pine Bluffs Plaza. The retail development broke ground Oct. 18 and will eventually bring in a mix of food, fitness and medical providers to the area. The development site is just south of the Pine Bluffs neighborhood. “We purchased this land 20 years ago and have always envisioned a retail development, but we were waiting until there was enough residential growth to create the demand necessary to attract a good mix of tenants to the center,” said Koelbel and Co. president Walter A. “Buzz” Koelbel Jr. “The area has seen tremendous growth over the last few years, making this a perfect time to deliver much-needed commercial and medical services.” The development has already signed leases with Fuzzy’s Taco Shop and Invision Sally Jobe Imaging Center, a HealthONE medical imaging facility. Currently, the closest Invision centers

A rendering of the Pine Bluffs Plaza development. Officials say businesses will be open by the end of March 2019. are in Lone Tree and Castle Rock. The 11-acre parcel of land is described as a mixed-use retail facility, according to developer Koelbel and Company. The Denver-area developer has owned the land since 1998. According to U.S. Census data, Parker’s population was about 23,000 people in 2000. Census estimates as recent as July

1, 2017 report a current population of about 54,202. According to Koelbel and Company, there are about 5,000 planned housing units within a few miles of the project. Koelbel and Company stated the project will be completed in two phases. The first phase will be comprised of nine acres and will include five buildings with a total of 51,825 square feet. That will consist 10,800 square feet of free-standing emergency room and a 13,500-square-foot building dedicated to a medical office.

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According to Koelbel and Company, the core and shell of the four planned buildings will be completed by the end of March 2019. Tenants are expected to be open for business that summer. “The Pine Bluffs commercial project will bring much-needed amenities and service choices to the south end of town that will serve not only Parker residents, but also those in our southern trade area from Castle Rock to Franktown, Elizabeth and Kiowa,” said Matt Carlson, Town of Parker economic development director.

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Playing Cards: Go fish, slap jack, black jack you name it. Mondays 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Elbert Library; Thursdays 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Elizabeth Library. pplibraries.org STEAM Activities: Science/Technology/ Engineering/Art/Math fun for kids. Mondays 1:30 to 3 p.m., Wednesdays 4:14 to 5:45 p.m. and Fridays 4 to 5:15 p.m. at the Simla Library; Wednesdays 4-6 p.m. at the Kiowa Library. pplibraries.org Story Time: Help your little one build literacy skills by interacting with engaging stories, followed by a craft. Kids and adults alike make new friends. Mondays at 2 pm at the Elbert Library; Wednesdays at 10 a.m. at the Elizabeth Library; Wednesdays at 1:30 pm at the Simla Library; Fridays at 11 a.m. at the Kiowa Library. pplibraries.org Teen Game Night: Enjoy table top and video games. Mondays 5 to 6 p.m. at the Simla Library; Thursdays 6-9 pm at the Kiowa Library; Fridays 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the Elizabeth Library. Want pure competitive gaming? Teen Tournament League every Tuesday 6-9 pm at the Kiowa Library. pplibraries.org

Trading Card Club: Bring your cards (Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic the Gathering) and have fun. Every Monday 3:30-7 pm at the Kiowa Library. pplibraries.org We Create: Make art and more from old book every Thursday from 4-5 pm at the Simla Library. pplibraries.org Editor’s note: Calendar submissions must be received by noon Wednesday for publication the following week. To place a calendar item, go to eventlink.coloradocommunitymedia.com.


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November 8, 2018

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The Amazon 4-Star store is made up of products with at least four-star ratings. Some products are curated specifically to products that trend well online in the area.

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Shoppers can go from browsing the latest technology to state-of-the-art cookware to the top-selling books in one brief stroll around the Amazon 4-star outlet store, the newest attraction at Park Meadows mall in Lone Tree. Amazon 4-star opened Nov. 1 and is an assortment of products found on Amazon.com rated at four stars or better. Real customer reviews and average online ratings, up to five stars, accompany product price tags. Some displays are advertised as “Trending in Denver,” marking the placement of products with high online popularity from Denver-area shoppers. Other displays are labeled “Frequently Bought Together” and “Most Wished-For,” popular categories when shopping on Amazon. “It’s all about product discovery at a place like this,” said Cameron Janes, vice president of Amazon 4-star. “These products are on Amazon. com, but you’re not often exposed to them because you’re searching for your specific thing. Here, we make it really easy to discover something for yourself or for gifts, and because everything makes that curation bar, you don’t have to worry about if it’s a good product. They’re all good products.” Danny Kim and his family, who live in Littleton, are frequent shoppers on Amazon.com. His wife and his son, Maximus, walked around the new store on its opening day impressed with the variety of products they loved online. The Kims stopped to let Maximus try out some of the hottest toys.

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“It’s a chance for us to get our hands on the stuff,” Danny Kim said. “It’s more convenient than getting something, then having to wait for it and return it if we don’t like it. If you really like something you can get it.” Amazon 4-star is just the second of its kind in the United States. The first Amazon 4-star opened in New York in September. The space at Park Meadows was initially reserved for an Amazon Books store, another brickand-mortar Amazon shop, of which there are 17 in the country, focusing mostly on books and tablets. According to Amazon officials, the company changed its mind and brought a 4-star instead. Evelyn Scott, a local librarian and Park Meadows shopper, was surprised to see an Amazon 4-star, but said she

“I think it’s interesting that we’re thinks the store will be useful when heading so much toward technology trying to find gifts for her grandand things online, but then we come daughter. Scott said she is an Amazon Prime member and will still likely right back to people still want to touch shop online primarily. Scott said she B:4.73”and see it,” Scott said. thinks the store would be helpful to T:4.73” test out newer products. SEE AMAZON, P17 S:4.73”

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att and I won a prize. You still have a chance to see our prize winner at the Lone Tree Arts

I found out that he paints with a brush in his mouth, I knew I wanted to communicate with him, to meet him, and to make him an offer. Center. We communicated, we We collaborated on an art projmet, and we collaborated. ect for a juried exhibition that Even though it was creatwill be up until Nov. 26. Because ed apart in our own studios, of the prize, we will be included it became a harmonic duet. in the exhibition that follows as We worked separately well. on small, wood panels. He I have been winding down my went first, and an assistant art career for the past two years Craig Marshall delivered his panels to me. I by collaborating with other artSmith added mine, in some degree ists, two of my (deceased) menof similarity, glued them tors, and former students. side by side, and gave them a title. The career began at a kitchen table “Never Known” is on a back wall in Pennsylvania a hundred years ago, at the center, with a first-prize ribbon and got me as far as UCLA, and three beneath it the size of an apron. teaching positions. The center’s events director, Allissa It has also provided me with homes, Dailey, arranged a wonderful recepcars, turtlenecks and toothbrushes. tion for the exhibit. Jennifer and I Everything, really. arrived before Matt did, and we kept And it led me to Matt Hendrick. I the news of the prize to ourselves might have read the article about him until he had a chance to see the ribbon even if I weren’t an artist, but when

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for himself. Matt’s not crazy about crowds, and there was a possibility he wouldn’t attend, but the front doors opened, and I watched a friend of his push his wheelchair inside. I introduced him to Jennifer, and then we led him back to our painting, which I had completed in my studio — and he had not seen. I watched his face. He looked happy and pleased and proud. I looked at Jennifer and we both might have teared up a little. During Parent Weekend in 1991 at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he was pursuing photography, Matt was airlifted by helicopter from the crashed car his mother had been driving. He returned to Colorado (he graduated from Rangeview High School in 1989), paralyzed from the neck down. He spent six months at Swedish Medical Center and Craig Hospital.

At first he tried to reconnect with photography, but maybe that was too easy. You can click a camera with almost anything. Why not try to mix oil paint with a palette stick in your mouth? Why not try to create distinctive portraits with a paintbrush in your mouth? And that’s what he has been doing. Perhaps the most well-known artist with limited mobility, Chuck Close, also paints portraits. Close had a “catastrophic spinal artery collapse” that left him partially paralyzed, but he is able to work with his hands, and continues to paint large-scale portraits that are placed in museums and private collections worldwide. This ride Matt and I are on is one more immeasurable gift that art has given to me. Craig Marshall Smith is an artist, educator and Highlands Ranch resident. He can be reached at craigmarshallsmith@comcast.net.

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here is old saying that WINNING it is really hard to find again.” many storytellers We have lost so much trust rely on, “Never let the WORDS these days, haven’t we? I mean, truth get in the way of sometimes it feels like we can’t trust anyone or anything. We a good story.” Today, many of doubt our friends, we don’t us struggle with where the know where our company truth starts and stops, and is leading us, people say one what is just a good story. The thing and do another. The lack problem is that is completely of trust is so palpable that it is eroding any and all sense of spilling over into our personal trust we that have right now. lives too, doing serious damAnd then there is this parable about trust. Fire, Water Michael Norton age to our relationships. We find ourselves looking over and Trust decided to go on our shoulder with a sense of cynicism a hike together. As they approached and we anticipated what is up ahead the trailhead, they stopped and talked of us with a suspicious eye peering about having a plan in place in case around every corner. they become separated. Is it a question about trusting our They all agreed that this was a good politicians? Or should we look more idea. Fire spoke up first and said, deeply at trusting our own politics? If “Well, if you are looking for me, just your answer is both, you win. Trust look for smoke, because where there’s is something that is earned, and what smoke, there is fire.” Water spoke up feels like to many of us, something next and said, “To find me, just look that is broken. for lush green grass, flowers, and And it appears that way because we thriving trees, and where you find have crossed over into the point-ofthem, you will find me too.” no-return politics. What do I mean by Finally Trust jumped in and that? We have seen where individuals warned, “You better keep an eye on and politicians are reaching out and me for sure, because once trust is lost, JERRY HEALEY President

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asking for us all to come together, even stating that their earlier positions on topics, important topics to us all, may have been wrong. They try and come back into the center, but invariably, that is not good enough for someone from the other party. They would rather continue to tweet and post messages or videos from the past and from someone who happen to be championing a different point of view at the time. It has become a feeding frenzy. Trust will never be found again or earned again by anyone if our extremism and fanaticism remain where it is today. The point-of-no-return politics has already ruined and corrupted our country, are we really going to let it drive a wedge so far between us as a people that we will continue to erode our trust in one another to the point of no return? And if so, who can we ever stand up as a leader and who can withstand the scrutiny of opinion and judgment driven by bias without knowledge, by opinion without fact? If we can’t trust our politicians at the very highest levels, and we can’t

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trust the systems that drive our politics, who can we trust? At a minimum, we have to be able to trust one another. We have to be able to come to the center, or at least close enough to it where we can talk rationally about how to fix the brokenness. Trust lost is not easily found, as we read in the parable above. But it’s not impossible to be found and earned again. There is a Proverb that reads, “A gentle response turns away wrath.” Perhaps as we consider building trust with one another again, we begin with listening first, seeking first to understand, and responding with gentleness instead of wrath. So how about you? How is your trust level these days? Can we get back to trusting one another? I really would love to hear your story of trust at gotonorton@gmail.com, and when we can learn to come back to center and restore trust, it really will be a better than good world. Michael Norton is a resident of Castle Rock, the president of the Zig Ziglar Corporate Training Solutions Team, a strategic consultant and a business and personal coach.

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The store also features Amazon’s flagship products like the Kindle e-book reader, Kindle Fire tablet and Ring, an easy-to-use front door security camera. Amazon Prime members are offered a discount price, which matches the product’s online price. Products in the store are constantly changing, Janes said, reflecting changes in local trends or seasonal products. Janes added that a product is immediately pulled off the shelves if it fails to meet at least four stars online. The curation process is done by Amazon employees. “They’re looking at those products that are selling well and are highly rated and using some human judgment as well. There’s some art and science involved as well,” Janes said. “We’re constantly curating the store and making sure it lives up to the name on the front.”

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ason Miller grew up in a small mountain town on the Western Slope of Colorado and in an agricultural community in Montana. He often hunted with his father, a taxidermist. They ate venison nearly every day. When he was 19, Miller started to question his lifestyle. “Most of that meat I saw killed and even participated in the hunt,” Miller, now a Littleton resident, said. “At a certain point, it started to add up on me.” That year, Miller, now 47, became a vegetarian. A year later, for the welfare of all animals, he switched to a vegan diet. The diet is referred to by many health organizations as the strictest form of vegetarianism. Vegans abstain from all animal-based products — meat, eggs and dairy. Some reject wool and leather products. Around the corner is the holiday season. The time of year typically involves celebrating with friends and family, indulging in rich roasts and decadent,

VEGAN RECIPES TO TRY

Gravy Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1/4 cup canola oil, 1/3 cup all-purpose flour, 1/4 cup vegetable broth, 3 tablespoons tamari sauce, 2 cups soy milk, 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast, ground black pepper to taste. Directions: Heat the canola oil in a skil-

A feast of vegan food.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Vegan: a plant-based diet that excludes all animal-derived ingredients, such as meat, eggs and dairy products. Vegetarian: a meat-free diet that excludes any meat, poultry, game, fish, shellfish, or by-products of animal slaughter. Pescatarian: a diet that excludes meat or poultry but allows the consumption of fish. Source: healthline.com dairy-filled deserts — items that are not on a vegan’s list of things to eat. But with the right amount of planning and communication, vegans like Miller make it work. Plan ahead For people on a vegan diet, planning ahead is key, said Cynthia Dormer, a registered dietitian and assistant professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver. “Plan ahead what your meal is going to be,” Dormer said. “Find things that you really enjoy and that are special to you so that you can enjoy the holiday.” That’s easy for Miller, who buys meat and dairy substitutes at the local grocery store. His favorite during the holiday season is a tofu “tofurkey” breast with stuffing inside. For dessert, his freezer is stocked with

let over medium heat. Whisk flour, vegetable broth and tamari into the hot oil. Cook and stir for about 5 minutes, until there are no lumps and the mixture becomes paste-like. Pour the soy milk into the skillet. Cook and stir for about 5 minutes, until the mixture thickens. Add yeast and black pepper, stir.

Mashed potatoes Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 35 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients: 2 pounds russet potatoes, 8 cloves garlic, peeled and smashed, 1 sprig fresh rosemary, 1 sprig fresh thyme, 1/4 cup olive oil, a pinch of salt and ground black pepper to taste. Directions: Place potatoes, garlic, rosemary, and thyme in a large

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vegan ice cream, which is typically made with a coconut or almond milk substitute. “There are so many options now,” Miller said. “There’s always some central dish that you can have.” Vegans looking to dine out have options. On Thanksgiving Day from noon to 7 p.m., Native Foods Café, 680 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, will offer a buffet special with all-vegan options. Menu items are a plant-based roast, shepherd’s pie, apple-cider braised Brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes and gravy, among other holiday favorites. Adults pay $29.99, kids 12 and under cost $14.99 and children under 2 are free. Whole Foods offers a catering menu with vegan-only items and recipes. The main dish is a Thanksgiving Risotto with cranberries, pumpkin, greens and fresh seasonal herbs. Sides include coconut-roasted sweet potatoes and creamy broccoli-cauliflower soap, among others. Whole Foods has locations across the Denver metro area. Don’t let food get in the way While delicious meals add to the magic of the holiday season, the real joy is in the time spent with family and friends. Dormer encourages people to

pot, cover with salted water and bring to a boil. Cook covered for about 30 minutes, until potatoes are easily pierced with a knife. Drain, but keep 1 cup of cooking water. Transfer the potatoes and garlic to a bowl, and dispose rosemary and thyme. Add olive oil, salt and pepper. Mash with a potato masher and add cooking water to reach desired consistency.

communicate early and not let diets or restrictions ruin a celebration. “Vegan people can sometimes have a self-righteous attitude, and certainly they are right in the sense that their approach is more environment- and animal-friendly,” Dormer said. “But if the people around them feel judged for eating their favorite food, that can cause some conflict.” In Miller’s experience, many people view eating vegan as too challenging and expensive. “It’s a matter of finding the right replacements and I can guarantee all of those things are out there,” Miller said. “It’s so doable.” Scott Spears hopes to make it easier for meat eaters and vegans to dine together in the future. He is behind Arvada’s first vegan, plant-based eatery that will also have protein add-ons on the menu. His restaurant, All Raddish, is expected to open in early 2019 across the street from School House Kitchen and Libations, 5660 Olde Wadsworth Blvd., which he also owns. “It’s really hard to go out and eat,” Spears, a vegetarian, said of eating vegan. “Strictly vegan restaurants do a great job, but there aren’t a lot of them.”

Meringues Prep time: 30 minutes Cook time: 1 1/2 hours Servings: 25 Ingredients: 1 15-ounce can of chickpeas, 1/4 teaspoon of cream of tartar, 3/4 cup of white sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional). Directions: Preheat oven to 210 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with baking parchment paper. Drain chickpeas and save 1/2 cup of liquid from the can. Pour chickpea liquid into a bowl and add the cream of tartar. Beat mix-

ture using an electric mixer until soft peaks form. Gradually add sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, as you continually beat until glossy peaks form, about 20 minutes; beat in vanilla extract until well incorporated. Spoon mixture into a piping bag and pipe into small circles, about 1 inch in diameter, onto the prepared baking sheet. Bake for about 90 minutes, until the meringues are firm and come away easily from the parchment paper. Remove from the oven and allow at least 15 minutes to cool. Source: allrecipes.com


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Dating in dense

Second from right, Craig Barber, a Littleton-area resident who runs meetups — group activities organized online — stands with people at a country dance-themed event he hosted at Stampede bar and dance club in Aurora Oct. 26. Celeste Tarantola, an Arvada resident, stood in the cowboy hat. ELLIS ARNOLD

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long with traffic and housing costs, the population boom in the Denver metro area can affect a less obvious part of residents’ lives: navigating the dating world. “While that doesn’t make us different from New York or San Francisco, it is a change here,” said Dr. Tracy Bacon, a sociology professor at Arapahoe Community College in Littleton. “It makes dating a lot harder because dating is expensive.” From deciding when to move a relationship under one roof to the types of people in the dating pool, Bacon said, a changing population can make the nerve-wracking process even more complex. Added obstacles among young people can affect looking for marriage, too. “Most people do still get married eventually, but I feel like with millennials, the difficulty with finding financial stability, finishing education and having all these student loans can make a long-term marriage commitment seem kind of far off,” Bacon said. But singles can also benefit from a wealth of ways to meet people in the metro area — and it goes far beyond sitting awkwardly in a bar or swiping through faces on a phone. Young and crowded Many people are moving for reasons like tech-industry jobs or education, and young professionals may have a large dating pool in the Denver area, Bacon said. For people who aren’t as educated or have lower income, dating may be difficult here, Bacon guessed. “Theoretically, anyone can fall in love with anyone,” said Bacon, adding that people can find love across educational divides. “But realistically, we end up with people who are a lot like us.” The Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metropolitan statistical area — which includes Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park counties — was ranked by Forbes as the sixth-best metro area nationwide for young professionals based on factors like the unemployment rate, job growth and other factors in 2017. People age 20 to 34 made up about 23 percent of that metro area in 2017, according to U.S.

MEETUPS IN AREA Some events and meetups in the area. For the meetups, there are several other options per area — these are some examples. • Castle Rock Vegans: meetup.com/CastleRock-Vegans/ • Parker Dungeons & Dragons Meetup — For the role-playing game: meetup.com/Parker-Dungeons-Dragons-Meetup/ • Parker-Franktown-Elizabeth Paper Crafting Club: meetup.com/Parker-FranktownElizabeth-Paper-Crafting-Club/ Census Bureau data. That metro area also had the 10thhighest percentage of college graduates among people age 25 to 34 in large metro areas nationwide, according to a February report by the Brookings Institution based on 2015 numbers. For out-of-state residents moving to the metro area, meeting people can be difficult, particularly if they have jobs where they work remotely in their apartments, said Dr. Mary Ann Watson, a clinical psychologist and professor emerita at Metropolitan State University of Denver. And when young people do meet, housing can become a challenge, Bacon said. “Younger people are living with their parents more,” Bacon said. That’s not a deal-breaker, but “it’s a little harder to date if you’re living at home as an adult. You might see people moving in together before they want to because it saves money — more of a financial decision than a good relationship decision.” Online and face to face Despite the popularity of dating apps like Tinder, many people in their 20s often continue their “college kind of dating experiences” — namely, in bars, Watson said. “I’m not sure that’s a very good setting,” Watson said. “In a bar with 200 people there, there might be one or two people more compatible with you.” Watson contrasted that with volunteering or attending a meetup, a group activity organized online. Meetup.com has options throughout the metro area — from Castle Rock up to Thornton and in between. People age 30 and up commonly take part in meetups, centering around interests like dogs, cooking, tennis and “all sorts of opportunities,” Watson said. “I find that’s usually much more helpful. Particularly, volunteer

opportunities are a good way to meet people.” Craig Barber, a Littleton-area resident who runs meetups on the 5280 Singles, 5280 Singles Over 40 and 5280 Singles Adventures groups, said young singles should stop relying so much on technologies. “Social media isn’t even social,” said Barber, whose meetup groups boast more than 10,000 members combined. “Social is talking.” But online dating can have its upsides, and it’s much less stigmatized than it was years ago, Bacon said. “When online dating came out, people were like, ‘Oh, what’s wrong with you?’” Bacon said. But “in some ways, it makes it easier — you can weed people out. When you’re in a city with so many people, it’s much more efficient.” Gender and age The nickname “Menver,” given to Denver because of a perceived gender imbalance, dates back years and has caught on in local media — and the statistics appear to back it up in the dating world. In the metro area — the broad Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, 10-county definition — males outnumber females roughly 224,000 to 183,000 among ages 20 to 34 for people who have never married, according to 2017 Census Bureau data. That gap remains wide all the way up through ages 55 to 59, according to the data. For LGBTQ singles, gay bars sit in central Denver — people in places like Aurora, Highlands Ranch and the outskirts of the metro area are “kind of restricted to coming into town,” Watson said. Other options include LGBTQ choruses and even LGBTQ issue-based groups, given the current political climate, Watson said. Many meetups are geared toward LGBTQ residents in the area. For older singles in their 60s and 70s, existing friends can be a road to new connections, Watson said. “Let them know you’re open to meeting new people or dating new people,” Watson said. Meetup groups are successful with older singles, too, said Watson, who encouraged them to rekindle activities and interests they haven’t taken up since earlier in life. Celeste Tarantola, an Arvada resident who said she’s middle-aged, was

looking to get out and interact with people after a relationship ended. She doesn’t believe in dating sites, she said, but meetups “got me out of my apartment.” She sat at one such event Oct. 26, watching people learn steps to a country-style dance at Stampede, a country bar and club on the west edge of Aurora. Barber, who organized the event and sat next to Tarantola, said in an area with such an influx of outsiders, people will encounter different viewpoints, and it’s important to listen and be caring. But in general, his dating advice boiled down to having fun. “Go out and do the things you like,” Barber said. “Live life, because life is short. That way, at least you’ll have something in common.”

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Douglas-Elbert County Music Teachers’ Association: 9 a.m. every first Thursday at Parker Bible Church, between Jordan and Chambers on Mainstreet. All area music teachers are welcome. Call Lucie Washburn, 303-814-3479. Elbert County Sheriff’s Posse: a nonprofit volunteer organization that is part of the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office. As volunteers we support the Elbert County Sheriff ’s Office, all law enforcement in our county, and the community at large. Go to http://www. elbertcountysheriff.com/posse.html, or contact Dave Peontek at 303-646-5456. Elizabeth American Legion, Post 82: a veteran’s association supporting veterans, their families and the community, meets the first Monday of every month (except when the first Monday is a holiday, in which case the meeting is the second Monday) at the Legion Post Hall at South Banner Street and Elm Street in Elizabeth. Social hour begins at 5:30 and regular business meeting starts at 6:30. Friday Afternoon Club meets from 5-7 p.m. Fridays and Veterans Coffee Club meets every Wednesday from 8-11 a.m. for social time. All veterans invited. Go to aml82.org. Elizabeth Food Bank: 12:30-3 p.m. Friday and 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday at 381 S. Banner in Elizabeth (next door to Elizabeth Presbyterian Church); available to anyone who needs food. Other times by appointment. Game Night: 4 p.m. Mondays at the Kiowa Library; call 303-621-2111. Also, 5 p.m. Tuesdays and 5 p.m. Wednesdays at the Elbert Library; call 303-648-3533. Enjoy board, card, and video games for all ages. Go to pplibraries.org.

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Kiowa Creek Food Pantry: open from 8:30 a.m. to noon Tuesdays in the Fellowship Hall at 231 Cheyenne Street, Kiowa. Distribution for the State of Colorado TEFAP food program. Food is distributed monthly to low-income individuals/families that qualify. We also distribute low-income senior food boxes for the state; those 60 and older may qualify for a monthly supplement. If you are in need of food assistance or know someone who is, call 303-621-2376. Knitting Group: 2 p.m. Tuesdays at the Kiowa Library. Knit and chat. All skill levels welcome. Call 303-621-2111 or go to pplibraries.org. Knitting and Crocheting Baby Beanies: Join #beaniesforbabies and use your knitting and crocheting skills for baby beanies that we donate to local hospital nurseries and NICUs. Meets every second and fourth Saturday of the month. Call 303-503-9773. Lawyers at the Library: 6-9 p.m. the second Tuesday of every month at the Elizabeth Library, 651 W. Beverly St. Free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney. Volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms and explain the process and procedure for the areas of family law, civil litigation, criminal defense, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlordtenant law and civil protection orders. Walk-ins welcome. Everyone will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis. LEGO Master Brickster: 3:45 p.m. Thursdays at the Kiowa Library. Build LEGO stuff together. Call 303-621-2111 or go to pplibraries. org. Mystery Book Club: 9:30 a.m. the first Saturday of each month at the Simla Public Library. The group enjoys talking about a variety of mystery authors and titles. We also periodically host a Colorado author during our meetings. Everyone may join us, and registration is not required. Visit the Simla Branch of the Elbert County Library District at 504 Washington Avenue, call 719-541-2573, or email farabe@elbertcountylibrary.org. Outback Express: public transit service provided by the East Central Council of Local Governments. To ensure a seat is available, 24-hour notice appreciated. Call Kay Campbell, 719- 541-4275, or 800-825-0208 for reservations. Go to eccog.com. Outback Express runs from Simla and Matheson to Colorado Springs on the first and third Monday of each month; from Simla and Matheson to Limon on the fourth Thursday of each month; from Kiowa, Elizabeth and Elbert to Parker or Colorado Springs on the first and third Tuesday of each month; from Elizabeth to Colorado Springs or Parker on the second Tuesday of each month. Good Samaritan Nursing Home Residents may ride the bus on the second Thursday of each month. Overeaters Anonymous: 10-11 a.m. and from 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays in the Sedalia Room at New Hope Presbyterian Church, 2100 Meadows Parkway, Castle Rock. Parker-Franktown-Elizabeth Paper Crafting Club: regular meetings on various weekday evenings and weekends at 7786 Prairie Lake Trail, Parker (in the Pinery). Open to anyone interested in card making and scrapbooking. Contact Alison Collins at 720-212-4788 or find us online at http:// www.meetup.com/Parker-FranktownElizabeth-Paper-Crafting-Club/

Parker Republicans meet at 7 a.m. the first Friday of each month at Rory’s Diner, 11020 S. Pikes Peak Drive, Parker. Meetings have featured speakers and elected officials’ updates. Registration/social hour begins at 6:30 a.m. Contact Mark Hall at 720-984-4128 or e-mail via website at parkerbreakfastclub.com. Ranchland Republican Women: 7 p.m. third Monday of each month at the Elizabeth Library, 651 Beverly St. Membership is open to Republicans only. Dues are $25 for a full voting member (women only) and $10 for a non-voting member (can be women or men). For a membership application and other information, go to www.RanchlandRepublianWomen.org. Seniors Meet: 11 a.m. Mondays at the Elizabeth Senior Center, 823 S. Banner St. Bring a dish for potluck on the first Monday of each month. Other Mondays, bring a sack lunch. Bingo, games and socializing. Call Agnes at 303-883-7881 or Carol at 303-646-3425. Simla Open Mic Night: 6:30 p.m. Fridays at the Simla Library. Share poetry, music, dance, comedy or painting (inter alios), or just come and watch.3333 Sky Cliff Center Caregiver Support Group: 10-11:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of each month at 4600 E. Highway 86, Castle Rock. Caregiving for adults can be challenging at times, and you’re not alone. Call 303-8142863 or email skycliffctr@skycliff.org. Go to www.skycliff.org Sky Cliff Center Stroke Support Group: 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the second and last Wednesday of each month at Christlife Community Church, 5451 E. Highway 86, Franktown (lunch provided). Also, 10-11:30 a.m. the third Wednesday of each month at Sky Ridge Medical Center, 10101 Ridge Gate Parkway, Lone Tree. Call 303-814-2863. Southeast Beekeeping Club meets from 6:30-8:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month at the North Pinery Firehouse, Parker. All levels of beekeeping welcome, from no-bees to wanna-bees to tons of bees. Our meeting time is spent solving beekeeping challenges, networking and refreshments. There is no fee for this meeting and a lending library is available. Call Sue Huseby, 970376-5236 or email sebcbeemail@gmail. com. Go to southeastbeekeepingclub.com. Teen Tuesday: 5 p.m. Tuesdays at the Elbert Library. Play card and video games. Call 303-648-3533 or go to pplibraries.org. Therapeutic riding: Promise Ranch Therapeutic Riding in Parker offers therapeutic riding for developmentally disabled adults and children. Scholarship money available to provide 10 therapeutic riding lessons. Call 303-841-5007 or visit www.promiseranchtherapeuticriding.com. VFW Post 10649: 8:30 a.m. the first Saturday of every month at 24325 Main St., Elbert. Go to http://www.vfwpost10649. org. Contact Alan Beebe at 303-435-2560. VFW Post 4266: 7 p.m. the third Monday of every month at the Pinery Fire Station, Community Room Lower Level, 8170 N. Hillcrest Way, Parker. Serving veterans of foreign wars in Parker, Castle Pines and Castle Rock areas. Go to www.vfwpost4266. org. P.O. Box 4266, Parker, CO 80134. On Facebook at VFW Post 4266, Parker. SEE CLUBS, P24


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November 8, 2018

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r. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology at UCLA, will l be the featured National Geographic Live speaker at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., Lone Tree. Cleopatra, Neferusobek, Nefertiti — Cooney offers her SONYA’S thoughts on how SAMPLER these women ruled and what we can learn from them. There will also be a luncheon ($50/ individual; $500/ atable). Tickets: lonetreeartscenter.org, 720-509-1000.

Arapahoe Philharmonic The Arapahoe Philharmonic will perform its annual Children’s Discovery concert for elementary and middle school students at 10 a.m. Nov. 14 at Denver First Church of the Nazarene, 3800 E. Hampden Ave., Cherry Hills Village. The program will include Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf,” including the composer’s narration, and SaintSaens’ “Carnival of the Animals” with Ogden Nash’s verses. Both will be performed by Brian Patrick Leatherman. Tickets cost $5. 303-781-1892, arapahoe-phil.org. An instrument demonstration will begin at 9:30 a.m.

Egyptologist Dr. Kara Cooney “at work.” She will speak for National Geographic Live at Lone Tree Arts Center. COURTESY PHOTO Dance in Denver Pianist Joyce Yang will perform with the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 and 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Newman Center, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., Denver. The program includes “Half/Cut/ Split” choreographed by Jordan Elo, with music by Schuman and commissioned works to music by Chopin, Satie and Glass. Tickets from $29, Newman Center Box Office, 303-8717720. Auditions set Auditions for “Trav’lin — The 1930s Harlem Musical” will be held Nov. 27 ( adult principals) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Arvada Center, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada. Prepare 16-32 bars of music with an emphasis on vocal styles of the 1930s. Performances will run from April 9 to April 28. Rehears-

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Need: Walk to Cure Arthritis committee members and general office support. Contact: Amy Boulas, aboulas@arthritis.org, 720-409-3143.

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide: Offers free tax filing help to anyone, especially those 50 and older, who cannot afford a tax preparation service. Need: Volunteers to to help older, lowerincome taxpayers prepare their tax returns. Requirement: All levels of experience are welcome; training and support provided. Contact: 1-888-OUR-AARP (687-2277) or www.aarpfoundation.org/taxaide

ASSE International Student Exchange Program: Organizes student exchange programs Need: Local host families to provide homes for boys and girls age 15-18 from a variety of coutries. Contact: Cathy Hintz, 406-488-8325 or 800-733-2773

Alzheimer’s Association, Colorado Chapter: Provides care and support to 67,000-plus families dealing with all kinds of dementing illnesses. Need: Walk to End Alzheimer’s committee members. Requirements: Individuals who love to help plan and execute. Our Walk to End Alzheimer’s attracts more than 10,000 people, so planning committee members are essential. Contact: Deb Wells, 303-813-1669 or dwells@alz.org. Animal Rescue of the Rockies: Provides foster care for death-row shelter dogs and cats throughout Colorado Need: Foster families for animals on lists to be euthanized Contact: animalrescueoftherockies.org. Arthritis Foundation, Colorado/Wyoming Chapter: Helps conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to care, advancements in sciences and community connections.

AYUSA: International Youth Exchange Program: Promotes exchange programs for high school students. Need: Host families for international high school students ages 15-18 studying in the Denver area. Requirements: To provide students with a safe home, meals and transportation for 5-10 months. All family types are considered. Must fill out onlilne application and pass background check. Contact: Adrienne Bivens, 720-467-6430 or abivens@ayusa.org. Go to www.ayusa.org. Castle Rock Senior Activity Center: Provides services to local seniors Need: Volunteer drivers to take seniors to appointments, the grocery store, pharmacies and more. Contact: Steph Schroeder, 303-688-9498 Colorado Humane Society: Handles animal abuse and neglect cases Need: Volunteers to care for pregnant cats, dogs and their litters, as well as homes for cats and dogs that require socializing or that are recovering from surgery or injuries. Contact: Teresa Broaddus, 303-961-3925

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The Schweiger Ranch Austrian Christmas. Saturday, December 1st, 1-6 pm. Welcome all to this free event, celebrating Austrian food and drink, holiday lights, Santa Claus and real reindeer. Inspired by the genuine holiday traditions of the Austrian immigrants who settled Schweiger Ranch. “Frohe Weihnachten!” 10822 S. Havana Street, Lone Tree. Just east of I-25, south of RidgeGate Parkway. Learn more at schweigerranch.org/events

Court Appointed Special Advocates: Works with abused and neglected children in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties Need: Advocates for children, to get to know, speak up for and ensure their best interests in court Contact: 303-695-1882 or www.adv4children.org. Douglas/Elbert Task Force: Provides assistance to people in Douglas and Elbert counties who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness or in similar crisis. Need: Volunteers to assist in the food bank, client services and the thrift store Treasures on Park Street. Contact: Marion Dahlem, 303-688-1114, x32 Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center: Cares for homeless horses and other equines. Need: Volunteers to work with horses and other opportunities. Requirements: Must be 16 years old, pass a background check, and be able to commit to at least three hours a week for three months. Other Information: Two-hour orientation provides an overview of the services provided, learn about the volunteer opportunities, take a tour of the center, and talk with staff and volunteers. Contact: 303-751-5772 or go online to www. ddfl.org. Elbert County Sheriff’s Posse: Supports the Elbert County Sheriff ’s Office and the Office of Emergency Management with detentions support, patrol, administrative duties, event security, emergency services support, and call-outs as need arises. Need: With proper training and clearances, volunteers help with patrol, fingerprinting, records keeping, community event security services, disaster response and management (wildfire, tornado, blizzard, flood, disaster relief, etc.). Requirements: Must be 21 years of age or older; retired individuals are great. Must complete a employment application, pass a background check, and complete interviews. After being sworn in, in the first three months of membership, complete a minimum of 45 hours of orientation and training curriculum. After this 90-day probationary period, members must log a minimum of 10 hours of month and attend monthly training meetings. Persons ages 15-20, may join the Elbert County Sheriffs Explorer POST that is associated with the Posse. Contact: David Peontek at djp1911@msn.com or 303-646-5456. Go to http://www.elbertcountysheriff.com/posse.html; print out and complete an employment application and turn it into the Elbert County Sheriff ’s Office in Kiowa, “Attn: David Peontek.” Girl Scouts of Colorado Need: Troop leaders, office support, administrative help and more Age requirement: Men and women, 18-plus Contact: www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org, inquiry@gscolorado.org or 1-877-404-5708 Hospice at Home Need: help patients and families with respite care, videotaping, massage and other tasks. Home study training is available. Contact 303-698-6404 Hospice of Covenant Care: Nonprofit, faithbased hospice Need: Volunteers to support patients and families Contact: 303-731-8039

Literacy Coalition of Colorado: Volunteer to support literacy in MetroDenver and impact state-wide literacy programs. Need: Volunteer for special projects, training classes or provide clerical and administrative support. Volunteer for a few hours a week or occasionally as needed. Contact: literacyvolunteercolorado@gmail. com or 720-251-3141. Go to Literacycolorado.org to volunteer for literacy providers nearest you. Meals on Wheels: Delivers meals to residents in Englewood, southern Jefferson County and western Arapahoe County Need: Drivers to deliver meals; volunteers to help prepare, box and label meals Requirements: Must dedicate one to two hours a week Contact: Phil or Mary at 303-798-7642 (from 8 a.m. to noon Mondays through Fridays) Neighbor Network: Nonprofit that helps older adults stay independent. Serves all of Douglas County Need: Volunteers who can provide transportation, light housekeeping, handyman and companion services to seniors. Requirements: Must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license and auto insurance. Contact: 303-814-4300, neighbornetwork@douglas.co.us or dcneighbornetwork.org. Parker Senior Center: Provides services to local seniors. Need: Volunteer drivers to take seniors to the center for a hot meal, to appointments, to the grocery store, and more. Contact: Louise West at 303-841-5370. PeopleFirst Hospice: Denver hospice Need: Volunteers to provide companionship to hospice patients and their families. Contact: Rachel Wang at 303-546-7921 Red Cross: Supports the elderly, international causes and social services Need: Volunteers to provide support Contact: 303-607-4768 or 303-266-7855 Sunset Hospice: Provides end-of-life support Need: Volunteer training is from 6-10 p.m. every second and fourth Tuesdays; they also meet from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every first and third Saturday Contact: Jami Martin at 303-693-2105 The Right Step Inc.: Therapeutic horseback riding program for children and adults with disabilities. Based in Littleton. Need: Volunteers to help with horses before, during and after lessons, as well as to walk alongside clients as they ride to help keep them securely on their horses. Volunteers also needed to help with administrative tasks and fundraising. Requirements: Volunteers who help with lessons must be at least 14 years old and attend a three-hour training session. Contact: volunteercoordinator@therightstepinc.org or go to www.therightstepinc.org. Volunteers of America, Foster Grandparent Program: Foster grandparents volunteer in early childhood centers and public schools focusing on literacy and numeracy for at-risk children and youth. Need: Seniors on a low, fixed income who enjoy working with children. Volunteers work 15-40 hours a week. Contact: 303-297-0408 or www.voacolorado.org.


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November 8, 2018

An Evening of Hope for pancreatic cancer Colorado organization has raised more than a half million dollars for research STAFF REPORT

Paralympian Tricia Downing will share her story of resilience and selfdiscovery at the Evening of Hope fundraiser for Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research. “We are excited to have Tricia as our featured speaker this year. Her message of hope in overcoming insurmountable odds will resonate with everyone,” Maureen Shul, founder and executive director of Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research, said in a news release. Downing, an author and motivational speaker, will deliver the keynote address at the event Nov. 17 at Anschutz Medical Campus, Education 2, South Building, in Aurora. The fundraiser will include cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a live auction, as well as a range of inspirational stories. Ticket and sponsorship information is available at wingsofhopepcr.org or by emailing info@wingsofhopepcr.org. Since its inception in 2012, Wings of Hope has raised more than a half million dollars for pancreatic cancer research at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

“Despite more people being diagnosed, pancreatic cancer remains one of the most underfunded of all the cancers when it comes to research, making the funding raised by Wings of Hope all the more critical,” said Shul, who was driven by her own grief to launch the nonprofit organization. “After losing my brother and mother to pancreatic cancer within months of one another, I founded Wings of Hope to find purpose and give meaning to all that was lost,” she said in the release. “When you lose the people closest to you, it has a profound impact on every facet of your life. The decision to begin Wings of Hope was entirely grief driven and changed the trajectory of my life.” The disease, which ranks third among the leading causes of cancer deaths nationwide, has lagged in research. “With no early diagnostic methods, effective treatments or cure, the need for aggressive research is of critical importance,” said Shul, the founding mayor of Castle Pines. Because of the lack of early warning signs for pancreatic cancer, the chance of surviving, even for five years after diagnosis, remains just 8.5 percent. By the time of diagnosis, the disease is usually in an advanced stage. This year, more than 55,000 people will be diagnosed in the United States, though little more than 10,000 will survive, according to the release.

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Holiday art Castle Rock painter Cindy Welch will have prints of her newest watercolor, “Hometown Holidays,” depicting the historic Barn Antiques in Castle Rock, lighted for the holidays, at the annual Starlighting event on Nov. 17. She will also have notecards and ornaments with the new image and will be at Castle Rock Florist, 318 4th Ave., from 2 to 6 p.m. For other prints in her collection (nice gift idea), see CastleRockArtist.com. Children’s concert The Littleton Symphony performs its annual Free Children’s Concert at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at Littleton united Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. Included: “Carnival of the Animals” by Saint-Saens, “Baby Elephant Walk” and “Pink Panther” by Henry Mancini. Genealogy programs Columbine Genealogical and Historical Society has announced its November programs. Nov. 13, 1-3 p.m. — “Revolutionary Ancestors: Right Service ... Right Ancestor,” presented by James Jeffrey, special collections librarian, Western History and Genealogy, Denver Public Library. Nov. 20, 9:30-11:30 a.m. — “Using Directories and Sandborn Maps to Learn about Our Ancestors,”

presented by Ed Storey, Pikes Peak GenealogicaL Society. Nov. 20, 1-3 p.m. — “World War I Resources and Research,” by Sandy Ronayne, CGHS member. Meetings at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 6400 S. University Blvd., Centennial. Guests and new members welcome. Free. Author to speak Littleton science journalist Michael Carroll will discuss and sign his latest book: “Lords of the Ice Moons: A Scientific Novel,” at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Tattered Cover Aspen Grove, 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton. tatteredcover.com. Englewood Arts “Forgotten Songs” from the repertoire for harp and vocalist will be presented by harpist Emily Levin and soprano Sharon Harms at 2 p.m. Nov. 17 at Hampden Hall, Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway. Tickets: $15/$20, at the door one hour prior to performance. Free under 18. John Fielder The Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation presents a multimedia program with photographer John Fielder, who will present more than 200 photographs from his new book “Colorado: Black on White.” at 7 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Castle Pines Community Center, 7404 Yorkshire Drive, Castle Pines. Hors d’ouevres. Doors open at 6 p.m. Pre-registration necessary, castlepinesarts.org. $10.

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November 8, 2018N

LEAP assistance program launches online application STAFF REPORT

Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance Program will kick off the 2018-19 season with a new online application process for individuals and families needing heating assistance. Enrollment for the 2018-19 program started Nov. 1 and continues through April 30. “With the new online application process, individuals can apply from any device, or they can still visit one of our county locations,” Theresa Kullen, LEAP manager, said in a news release. “We believe everyone who needs assistance is going to find this is easier, takes less time and overall the whole process is more efficient.” Applications can be accessed through LEAP’s website at www. colorado.gov/cdhs/LEAP, which links to the state’s CO PEAK system for online application, which consolidates resources in one easy-to-use location. For program eligibility, candidates must pay home heating costs directly to a utility company or landlord as part of their rent, be a permanent

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Waste Not Wednesdays: 4:15 p.m. Wednesdays, at Simla Library. Kids craft and learn with repurposed stuff. Call 719-541-2573 or go to pplibraries.org. Widowed Men and Women of America sponsors social events for members to make friends and have fun with people who have shared life experiences. Members are encouraged to visit different links to find the best fit for their interests. Contact Dorothy at 303-794-7547 or Les at 303-797-1209, or go to www.widowedamerica.org.

legal resident of the United States and Colorado or have a legal U.S. citizen in the household. A family household income cannot surpass 165 percent of the federal poverty index. If approved, LEAP payments are usually made directly to the primary heating vendor and a notice is sent to individuals regarding the benefit amount. Last year, approximately 65,000 applications were approved with assistance averaging $337 to $674 across the state. Other benefits provided by the program include repair or replacement of a home’s primary heating system. To determine the monthly income eligibility according to the household size, visit www.colorado.gov/pacific/ cdhs/program-eligibility. LEAP is a federally-funded program that helps Coloradans pay a portion of home heating costs during the winter. “For those not comfortable with online processes, applications can still be faxed, mailed or delivered to the appropriate county/contractor LEAP office,” Kullen said. Call Heat Help at 1-866-432-8435. What’s up Wednesdays: 4 p.m. Wednesdays at the Elbert Library; 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Kiowa Library. Free STEAM activities for kids and parents. Call 303-648-3533 (Elbert) or 303-621-2111 (Kiowa) or go to pplibraries.org. Women’s Divorce Workshop: 8:30 a.m. to noon the fourth Saturday of each month at Southeast Christian Church, 9650 Jordan Road, Parker. Check in from 8-8:30 a.m. Register online at www.divorceworkshopdenver.com. Legal, financial and social issues of divorce. Discussion items include co-parenting, child support, family coping, tax consequences, property division, hostile spouses and more. Contact 303-210-2607 or info@divorceworkshopdenver.com.

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Elbert County News 25

November 8, 2018

Scout brings together goodie bags for cancer patients Scott Wilson aiming to achieve rank of Eagle Scout

‘It kind of hits home. I wanted to make a difference for these people’s lives.’

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A sea of colorful bags filled a conference room at the Cancer Center at Parker Adventist Hospital Oct. 24. Soon the bags will be distributed to cancer patients exiting the final days of treatment. The bags were part of a months-long project led by Scott Wilson, a 16-yearold sophomore at Legend High School, as a positive way for cancer patients to finish treatment. Wilson, with the help of some family members, neighbors and members of Troop 363, put together more than 200 bags of assorted goods — three cars full — for cancer patients at the Cancer Center at the Parker Adventist Hospital. The bags are different for men, women and children and contained things like inspirational booklets, ChapStick, hot chocolate and crocheted hats. Although the Cancer Center at Parker Adventist doesn’t treat kids, Wilson decided to put together bags for the children of the cancer patients, which contained things like Play-Doh, puzzles and cookies. “It kind of hits home,” Wilson said. “I wanted to make a difference for these people’s lives.” Wilson came up with the idea based

Scott Wilson, Legend sophomore, Boy Scout

Scout Scott Wilson delivers bags of goodies to the Cancer Center at the Parker Adventist Hospital as part of his Eagle Scout Service Project Oct. 24. From left, Spring Wilson, Kelly Han, Scott Wilson, Mark Wilson. NICK PUCKETT on his own family’s history of cancer, and decided to give back. Wilson’s great-great-grandfather and mother were both diagnosed with some form of cancer. Wilson produced the goodie bags for his Eagle Scout project. In the final journey to earning Eagle Scout honors, a Scout must complete a project that demonstrates leadership and benefits the community. The whole process, from collecting the donated items to putting the bags together, took about six months.

Staff at the Cancer Center will distribute the bags to patients who have either finished treatment or on the last day of consult. The Cancer Center has treated 400 patients since it opened in 2013. The Cancer Center at Parker Adventist puts an emphasis on whole-person care, from massage therapy to psychosocial counseling to dietician support. The center provides treatment for patients closer to home. Wilson’s bags of goodies were just one example of bringing care from the community to

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ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE

DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that I, Richard Pettitt, will according to law, offer at public sale, at the Elbert County Courthouse, 215 Comanche St. Kiowa, County of Elbert, State of Colorado, on the 27th day of November, 2018, ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

commencing at 9:00 a.m. of the said day the described real property, situated in the said County on which taxes for the 2017 and prior years have not been paid as shall be necessary to pay herein below set down, together with interest, advertising and delinquent interest and fees to wit: Legal Notice No: 24168 First Publication: October 25, 2018 Second Publication: November 1, 2018

Last Publication: November 15, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R120910 27115 HOLDINGS LLC Parcel: 9513300257 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 PAR IN S2 DESC IN B774 P43 AND LSP 220258 AKA LOT 2Subdivision: RURALA Lot: 2 Actual Value: $1,082 Year 2017 Tax $24.36 Interest $1.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.93 Total Due: $75.00

R116918 ANDERSON JEFFREY D & SHYLA D Parcel: 6501201105 Section: 1 Township: 6 Range: 65Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0036 Actual Value: $634,381 2380 ANTELOPE RIDGE TRL Year 2017 Tax $6,488.88 Interest $454.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,968.10

R120911 27115 HOLDINGS LLC Parcel: 9513300258 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 PAR IN S2 DESC B774 P42 AND LSP 220258 AKA LOT 1Subdivision: RURALA Lot: 1 Actual Value: $1,082 Year 2017 Tax $24.36 Interest $1.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.93 Total Due: $75.00

R109196 ARAGON CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC Parcel: 8502201001 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: PAWNEE HILLS FIL 1 (PUD) Block: 006 Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $663,400 1213 PAWNEE PKWY Year 2017 Tax $1,935.30 Interest $116.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,076.42

R120980 BLOCK SHAUN C Parcel: 4078120980 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4: 2-7-58 40A MR 88/2400 OF 1/2 INTEREST .733 MRA 1/2 INT .366 MRASubdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $10 Year 2017 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R102720 CHRISTIANSEN CRAIG Parcel: 4079288470 Section: 20 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 30 7 59 640 ACRES .0064 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES W2 .0064 INTEREST 1.025 NET ACRES Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2-S2N2 .0064 INTEREST 3.07 NET ACRES Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 60 ALL .0064 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES Section: 30 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 30 7 59 640 ACRES .0064 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES W2 .0064 INTEREST 1.025 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 60 NE4-W2SE4-E2SW4 .0064 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 8 Township: 8 Range: 60 ALL .0064 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 60 NW4 .0064 INTEREST 1.02 NET ACRES Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 60 N2N2 .0064 INTEREST 1.02 NET ACRES Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 60 SW4NW4-SW4SE4W2SW4-SE4SW4 .0064 INTEREST 1.28 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 7 Range: 60 E2E2 .0064 INTEREST 1.02 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 60 S2-S2N2 .0064 INTEREST 3.07 NET ACRES Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 60 SE4-SE4SW4-S2NE4NE4NE4 .0064 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $240 Year 2017 Tax $3.88 Interest $0.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.15

R115026 COLBY CATHLEEN Parcel: 4002115026 Section: 21 Township: 10 Range: 62 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: 000 Lot: 0000 SEVERED MINERALS - S2S2SW4: 21-10-62 25% INTEREST = NET ACRES OF 10 MRA Actual Value: $70 Year 2017 Tax $1.28 Interest $0.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.37

R102713 CHRISTIANSEN GENEVIEVE Parcel: 4079208480 Section: 20 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 20-7- 59 .045 INTEREST 28.80 NET ACRES Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2N2-S2 .045 INTEREST 21.60 NET ACRES Section: 28 Township: 7 Range: 59 W2 .045 INTEREST 14.40 NET ACRES Section: 30 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 30-7- 59 .045 INTEREST 28.80 NET ACRES Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 60 ALL .045 INTEREST 28.80 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 60 NE4W2SE4-E2SW4 .045 INTEREST 14.40 NET ACRES Section: 8 Township: 8 Range: 60 ALL .045 INTEREST 28.80 NET ACRES Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 60 NW4 .045 INTEREST 7.20 NET ACRES Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 60 N2N2 .045 INTEREST 7.20 NET ACRES Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 60 SW4NW4-SW4SE4-W2SW4-SE4SW4 .045 INTEREST 9.00 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 7 Range: 60 E2E2 .045 INTEREST 7.20 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 60 S2-S2N2 .045 INTEREST 21.60 NET ACRES Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 60 SE4-SE4SW4-S2NE4-NE4NE4 .045 INTEREST 14.40 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,590 Year 2017 Tax $25.48 Interest $1.78 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.74 Total Due: $75.00

R120810 COLYER CHARLES EUGENE Parcel: 4094120810 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 288.424 ACRES 1/8 INT 36.053 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P502, P304 P504 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $235 Year 2017 Tax $4.84 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.18

R101595 CLARK KENNETH BAUMGARDNER LIVING TRUST Parcel: 3901300002 Section: 1 Township: 13 Range: 59 SW4 1/3 INTERESTSubdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $2,378 Year 2017 Tax $42.52 Interest $2.98 Penalty $0.00 Other $29.50 Total Due: $75.00

R104906 COOK LONNIE Parcel: 7106200003 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 1 AMENDED Lot: 0026 Actual Value: $35,075 41602 WAY OF PATIENCE Year 2017 Tax $637.20 Interest $44.60 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $706.80

R120908 27115 HOLDINGS LLC Parcel: 9513400255 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 PAR IN S2 AS DESC IN B774 P45 AND LSP 220258 AKA LOT 4Subdivision: RURALA Lot: 4 Actual Value: $335,783 Year 2017 Tax $1,919.72 Interest $134.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,079.10 R120909 27115 HOLDINGS LLC Parcel: 9513400256 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 PAR IN S2 DESC IN B774 P44 AND LSP 220258 AKA LOT 3Subdivision: RURALA Lot: 3 Actual Value: $1,083 Year 2017 Tax $24.36 Interest $1.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.93 Total Due: $75.00 R117706 ADRIAN AUDRA Parcel: 9329100273 Section: 29 Township: 9 Range: 63Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN E2E2: 29 9 63 40.081 ACRES Actual Value: $135,822 10777 CO RD 102 Year 2017 Tax $434.72 Interest $26.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $485.80 R114554 AGUILAR LOUIS O Parcel: 1701100030 Section: 1 Township: 11 Range: 57 A TRACT OF LANE IN THE N2 (B578 P586) TOTAL 59.930 M/LSubdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $105,719 50500 CO RD 74 Year 2017 Tax $686.12 Interest $48.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $759.15 R120261 A J SOLUTIONS, LLC Parcel: 4741010037 Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 64 TRACT 14 RUSTLERS RIDGE PHASE 2 TOTAL MRA 35.09Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $242 Year 2017 Tax $5.68 Interest $0.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.08 R115021 ALCANTARA ARCHIMEDES O Parcel: 8428100445 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: MCCART RANCH LAND SURVEY Block: 008 A TRACT IN NE 4: 28-08-64 AKA “PARCEL Actual Value: $1,667 31900 JENNY’S CIR Year 2017 Tax $38.92 Interest $2.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $33.36 Total Due: $75.00

R100249 BARNES LARRY E & BETTIE L Parcel: 0035211004 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.258 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 17 Lot: 5 THRU:- Lot: 7 Actual Value: $68,226 410 NAVAJO AVE Year 2017 Tax $465.64 Interest $32.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $523.23 R116348 BENINATI CHARLES BENINATI JUSTINE Parcel: 7110201008 Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 61Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 1 Block: 001 Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $37,500 24301 AGATE TRL Year 2017 Tax $681.68 Interest $47.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $754.40 R107845 BENSON LAUREL J Parcel: 8406400011 Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 64Subdivision: RURALO NE4SE4: 6 8 64 LESS N 40’ (1.21 A) AND Actual Value: $607,091 35187 CO RD 17 Year 2017 Tax $1,771.20 Interest $106.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,902.47 R102708 BERENS THEODORE L Parcel: 4079128340 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 N2S2W2NW4-LESS R R & HWY 1/6 INTEREST 35.42 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 59 W2-SW4NE4-W2SE4 1/6 INTEREST 73.33 NET ACRES Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 59 N 297’ OF NE4NE4 1/6 INTEREST 1.50 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $760 Year 2017 Tax $12.20 Interest $0.85 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $63.05 R121006 BLAIR CLARENCE E Parcel: 6911100071 Section: 11 Township: 6 Range: 59 ALL Section: 14 Township: 6 Range: 59 ALL Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 59 ALL (LESS PARCEL WEST OF RR AND RD Section: 22 Township: 6 Range: 59 NE4NW4,NE4,E2SE4,EAST OF RR AND RD Section: 23 Township: 6 Range: 59 ALL Actual Value: $187,059 37401 CO RD 178 Year 2017 Tax $3,004.40 Interest $210.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,239.71

R118109 BRADY TAMARA L Parcel: 7325400263 Section: 25 Township: 07 Range: 63Subdivision: SKY VIEW RANCH Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $93,389 37210 SKY VIEW CIR Year 2017 Tax $1,582.76 Interest $110.79 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,718.55 R101676 BROOKS ELIZABETH JANE Parcel: 4001024950 Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 N2NW4, W2NE4, W2SW4 (240 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST MRA 24) Section: 3 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2E2 (160 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST MRA 16) Section: 10 Township: 10 Range: 61 NE4 (160 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST MRA 16) Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 SW4 (160 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST MRA 16) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $504 Year 2017 Tax $11.52 Interest $0.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $62.33 R100399 BRUHN WILLIAM S Parcel: 0112100020 Section: 12 Township: 10 Range: 61 :E2 (TOTAL 320 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $8,666 Year 2017 Tax $192.60 Interest $13.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $231.08 R109000 BURNETT MARGARET J Parcel: 8423302012 Section: 23 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: PINE CREST ESTATES Block: 002 Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $326,831 32220 PINE VIEW DR Year 2017 Tax $1,323.44 Interest $92.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,441.08 R100211 CARLSON VIRGINIA G Parcel: 0035205005 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.430 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 3 Lot: 9 THRU:- Lot: 13 Actual Value: $8,616 318 CHEYENNE AVE Year 2017 Tax $58.80 Interest $4.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $87.92

R119486 COLORADO FARMS LLC Parcel: 6428200281 Section: 28 Township: 6 Range: 64Subdivision: HUNT ADMINISTRATIVE LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT Lot: A1 Actual Value: $242,242 5010 HUNT CIR Year 2017 Tax $1,565.00 Interest $109.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,699.55 R120809 COLYER ALBERT Parcel: 4094120809 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 255.054 ACRES 1/8 INT 31.881 MRA DESC IN B304 P500, B304 P502, P304 P504Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $232 Year 2017 Tax $4.84 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.18

R120811 COLYER RAYMOND Parcel: 4094120811 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 268.164 ACRES 1/8 INT 33.520 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P500, P304 P502 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $234 Year 2017 Tax $4.84 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.18 R102413 COOK HILDUR E Parcel: 4068088510 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 58 E2E2 SW4NE4 SE4NW4 W2SE4 (320 ACRES 1/10 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 32)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $210 Year 2017 Tax $3.32 Interest $0.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.55

R116814 CORRADO ANTHONY P & NANCY R Parcel: 0407400234 Section: 7 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: X BAR V REZONE Lot: 0004 Actual Value: $1,611 Year 2017 Tax $32.44 Interest $2.27 Penalty $0.00 Other $40.29 Total Due: $75.00 Continued to Next Page: Elbert County Tax Lien

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November 8, 2018 Continued from Last Page: Page 2 of 6 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R100662 CORRELL JEREMY & KIMBERLY Parcel: 0331300079 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 63 PAR IN SW4 DESC IN B769 P687 Actual Value: $131,627 9400 CO RD 74-82 Year 2017 Tax $681.28 Interest $47.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $753.97 R108173 COUNCE ROY ALLEN JR Parcel: 8409300110 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 SW4: 9 8 64 LESS 28.89 A., 108.84 A. Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $181,566 34278 CO RD 21 Year 2017 Tax $1,120.00 Interest $78.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,223.40 R120165 COWAN JENNIFER M Parcel: 4418201002 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 64 1/3 INTEREST IN LOT 1 MOORE MINOR DEVELOPMENT MRA 1.66 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $11 Year 2017 Tax $0.80 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.86 R105004 CROGAN CONSTANCE H Parcel: 7109201007 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 1 Block: 006 Lot: 0016 Actual Value: $195 23243 JADE CIR Year 2017 Tax $3.76 Interest $0.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.02 R118275 CUB PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 4003218275 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 28 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 33 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 33 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 34 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 25 Township: 10 Range: 63Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4, NW4: 25 10 63 (320 A) 1/384 INT .8325 Actual Value: $72 Year 2017 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R118267 CUB PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 4017118267 Section: 24 Township: 11 Range: 57 Section: 12 Township: 11 Range: 57 Section: 14 Township: 11 Range: 57Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS S2: 12 11 57 (320 A) 1/192 INT 1.67 MRA, N2, Actual Value: $40 Year 2017 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68 R118271 CUB PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 4093118271 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 62 Section: 15 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 22 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 23 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 63Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4: 27 9 63 (160 A) 1/384 INT .4167 MRA, Actual Value: $54 Year 2017 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R120981 CUDAHY PATRICK Parcel: 4078120981 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4: 2-758 40A MR 88/2400 OF 1/2 INTEREST .733 MRA 1/6TH INT .122 MRASubdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $10 Year 2017 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60 R120624 DAHARSH KRISTIE J Parcel: 4093120624 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 63 S2SW4, SW4SE4 120 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 60 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 8.571 NET MRA Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 NW4, W2NE4 AND 20 ACRES IN THE NW CORNER OF THE SE4, 260 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 130 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 18.571 NET MRA Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 E2NE4, E2NW4,SW4NE4, S2NW4NE4, 140 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 70 ACRES 1/7TH INTEREST 10.00 NET MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $260 Year 2017 Tax $5.52 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.91 R120347 DAVIS JOHN Parcel: 8512100186 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 65Subdivision: RURALAPAR IN E2 12 8 65 DESC B739 P265 LESS .238 A DESC B347 P62 Actual Value: $120,750 2481 ST HWY 86,2483 ST HWY 86 Year 2017 Tax $1,050.88 Interest $73.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,149.44

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R114957 DAVIS JOHN F III Parcel: 6330400141 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 63Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN E2 & IN SW4: 30 6 63 DESC B587 P771 121.799 ACRES Actual Value: $155,361 9467 CO RD 174 Year 2017 Tax $1,052.04 Interest $73.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,150.68

R102733 DURAN MATTIE Parcel: 4080041400 Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 60 SE4-S2NE4NW4NE4-N2NW4 .0128 INTEREST 4.61 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68

R116797 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9020300117 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: BLUE SKY RANCH Lot: 10 PAR IN SW4: 20 9 60 DESC B636 P443 Actual Value: $1,634 Year 2017 Tax $36.08 Interest $2.53 Penalty $0.00 Other $36.39 Total Due: $75.00

R100071 DECKER MICHAEL S & JANET M Parcel: 0026307004 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 8 Lot: 7 AND:- Lot: 8 Actual Value: $55,436 401 CARIBOU ST Year 2017 Tax $1,524.88 Interest $106.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,656.62

R120756 EAV LLC Parcel: 4067120756 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 57 S2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 MRA Section: 4 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2NW4-NW4NE4-S2NE4-SW4W2SE4-S2NW4 3/8 INTEREST 229.96 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 51.102 MRA Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES 0.222 INTEREST = 13.333 MRA AND S2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 MRA N2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 ACRES TOTAL MRA 67.333 Section: 20 Township: 6 Range: 57 W2NE4-SW4SE4-SE4NE4-N2SE4-S2SW4 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN .0222 INTEREST = 13.333 MRA Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 57 N2-SW4-W2SE4NE4SE4 3/16 INTEREST 112.50 NET ACRES THEN .0222 INTEREST = 25 MRA Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 57 NE4 3/16 INTEREST 30.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 6.666 MRA Section: 28 Township: 6 Range: 57 W2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 13.333 MRA AND E2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 MRA TOTAL MRA 40.333 Section: 30 Township: 6 Range: 57 E2-E2NW4LOTS 1&2-E2SW4 LOTS 3&4 3/8 INTEREST 207.20 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHT THEN 0.222 INTERST = 46.044 MRA Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 57 ALL SECS 14-22 3/8 INTEREST 720.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTERST = 160 MRA Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2NW4-S2NW4-SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.39 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTERST = 26.753 MRA Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2N2-S2NE4-W2SE4 3/16 INTEREST 60.24 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST 13.386 MRA Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 57 N2NE4SE4NE4-SE4-SE4SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.08 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 26.684 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 58 SE4NW4SW4NE4-SW4-W2SE4 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 13.333 MRA Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 53.3 MRA Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 58 W2 3/16 INTEREST 60.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 13.333 MRA Section: 14 Township: 6 Range: 58 S2NE4-E2SE4-NW4SE4 3/16 INTEREST 37.50 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 8.333 AND N2N2-SE4NW4-E2SW4-SW4SE4 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 MRA TOTAL = 35.333 Section: 22 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 53.3 MRA Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 58 E2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTERST = 27 MRA Section: 26 Township: 6 Range: 58 W2-NW4SE4 3/8 INTEREST 135.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 30 MRA Section: 34 Township: 6 Range: 58 ALL 3/8 INTEREST 240.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST 53.3 MRA Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4 3/16 INTEREST 7.50 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 1.666 MRA AND NE4NW4SE4NW4-NE4SW4-N2SE4-SW4SE4- W2SW4 3/8 INTEREST 120.03 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 26.753 MRA Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 58 N2 3/8 INTEREST 120.00 NET ACRES THEN 0.222 INTEREST = 27 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS TOTAL MRA 837.952 Actual Value: $5,866 Year 2017 Tax $94.16 Interest $6.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $125.75

R116796 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9020300118 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: BLUE SKY RANCH Lot: 9 PAR IN SE4: 20 9 60 DESC P636 P443 Actual Value: $1,664 Year 2017 Tax $36.84 Interest $2.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $35.58 Total Due: $75.00

R118171 DESTINY VENTURES LLC Parcel: 8513127001 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 002B Actual Value: $165,097 Year 2017 Tax $4,833.52 Interest $338.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,196.87 R118173 DESTINY VENTURES LLC Parcel: 8513127004 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 002D Actual Value: $165,297 Year 2017 Tax $4,839.60 Interest $338.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,203.37 R118408 DIECK STEPHANIE MARIE Parcel: 6313202015 Section: 13 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: WOLF CREEK RANCHES Lot: 0012 Actual Value: $60,112 45560 VALDONNA CIR Year 2017 Tax $1,018.76 Interest $71.31 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,115.07 R120510 DRAIL INVESTMENTS LLC Parcel: 7917400147 Section: 17 Township: 7 Range: 59 PARC IN SE4 AKA PARC 6 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,943 Year 2017 Tax $31.00 Interest $2.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $41.83 Total Due: $75.00 R120511 DRAIL INVESTMENTS LLC Parcel: 7917400148 Section: 17 Township: 7 Range: 59 PARC IN SE4 AKA PARC 7 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,950 Year 2017 Tax $31.56 Interest $2.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $41.23 Total Due: $75.00 R120507 DRAIL INVESTMENTS LLC Parcel: 7918400150 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN E2 AKA PARC 11 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,629 Year 2017 Tax $26.04 Interest $1.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.14 Total Due: $75.00 R120508 DRAIL INVESTMENTS LLC Parcel: 7918400151 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 59 PAR IN E2 AKA PARC 12 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,630 Year 2017 Tax $26.04 Interest $1.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.14 Total Due: $75.00 R102721 DURAN MATTIE Parcel: 4079288610 Section: 20 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 20- 7 -59 640 ACRES .0128 INTEREST 8.19 NET ACRES W2 .0128 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2-S2N2 .0128 INTEREST 6.14 NET ACRES Section: 30 Township: 7 Range: 59 ALL SEC 20- 7 -59 640 ACRES .0128 INTEREST 8.19 NET ACRES W2 .0128 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 60 ALL .0128 INTEREST 8.19 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 60 NE4-W2SE4-E2SW4 .0128 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES Section: 8 Township: 8 Range: 60 ALL .0128 INTEREST 8.19 NET ACRES Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 60 NW4 .0128 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 60 N2N2 .0128 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 60 SW4NW4-SW4SE4-W2SW4SE4SW4 .0128 INTEREST 2.56 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 7 Range: 60 E2E2 .0128 INTEREST 2.05 NET ACRES Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 60 S2-S2N2 .0128 INTEREST 6.14 NET ACRES Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 60 SE4-SE4SW4-S2NE4-NE4NE4 .0128 INTEREST 4.10 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $450 Year 2017 Tax $7.20 Interest $0.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $62.70

R112815 EBCO AG HOLDINGS, LLC A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9032200067 Section: 32 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: RURALA NW4:N2SW4:SW4SW4: 32 9 60 280 ACRES Actual Value: $7,582 Year 2017 Tax $168.84 Interest $11.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $205.66 R116794 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9020200116 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: BLUE SKY RANCH Lot: 2 PAR IN NW4: 20 9 60 DESC B636 P443 Actual Value: $1,642 Year 2017 Tax $36.84 Interest $2.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $35.58 Total Due: $75.00

R116795 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9020300119 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 60 Subdivision: BLUE SKY RANCH Lot: 8 PAR IN SW4 & SE4: 20 9 60 DESC B636 Actual Value: $1,685 Year 2017 Tax $37.60 Interest $2.63 Penalty $0.00 Other $34.77 Total Due: $75.00 R116798 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9020400120 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 60Subdivision: BLUE SKY RANCH Lot: 7 PAR SE4 20-9-60, AKA PAR 7 Actual Value: $1,896 Year 2017 Tax $42.20 Interest $2.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $29.85 Total Due: $75.00 R116173 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9029100110 Section: 29 Township: 9 Range: 60Subdivision: RURALA ALL: 29 9 60 EXCEPT 3.78 A PAR IN SE4 OF SE4NE4 366’X450’ 636.22 ACRES Actual Value: $88,598 25233 CO RD 117 Year 2017 Tax $805.76 Interest $56.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $887.16 R119852 EBCO AG HOLDINGS LLC, A COLORADO LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Parcel: 9032400138 Section: 32 Township: 9 Range: 60 W2SW4SE4;SE4SW4 (60A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,939 Year 2017 Tax $42.96 Interest $3.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $29.03 Total Due: $75.00 R119747 ECKELS EDWARD ROBERT JR Parcel: 4028119747 Section: 17 Township: 12 Range: 58 NE4, 25% OF 40 A TOTAL ACRES 10 Section: 18 Township: 13 Range: 57 W2SE4,SW4, 25% OF 82.167 A TOTAL ACRES 10.541 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $141 Year 2017 Tax $3.08 Interest $0.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.30 R118270 EDL CUB, LLC Parcel: 4017118270 Section: 14 Township: 11 Range: 57 N2, SE4 (480 ACRES 1/192 INTEREST 2.50 MRA) Section: 24 Township: 11 Range: 57 S2 (320 ACRES 1/192) 1.67 MRA Section: 12 Township: 11 Range: 57 S2 (320 ACRES 1/192 INTEREST) 1.67 MRASubdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $40 Year 2017 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68 R118262 EDL CUB, LLC Parcel: 4060118262 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 ALL (640 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .8325) Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 60 ALL (706 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .92) Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 60 E2, E2W2 (480 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .625 ACRES) Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 60 ALL (640 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .8325)Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $89 Year 2017 Tax $1.64 Interest $0.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.75 R118278 EDL CUB LLC Parcel: 4003218278 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 28 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 33 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 34 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 25 Township: 10 Range: 63 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4, NW4: 25 10 63 (320 A) 1/384 INT .8325 Actual Value: $72 Year 2017 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50

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R118266 EDL CUB LLC Parcel: 4061118266 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 61 N2, N2S2, SE4SE4 (610) 1/768 INTEREST .795 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $10 Year 2017 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60 R118274 EDL CUB LLC Parcel: 4093118274 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 63 Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 62 Section: 15 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 23 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 22 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 63 Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 63 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS SE4: 27 9 63 (160 A) 1/384 INT .4167 MRA, Actual Value: $54 Year 2017 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R120034 EHLERS DAVID Parcel: 7317100262 Section: 17 Township: 7 Range: 63 Section: 20 Township: 7 Range: 63 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN SEC: 17 & 20 7 63 DESC B632 P740 (293.806 ACRES) Actual Value: $33,920 38995 PVT RD 43 Year 2017 Tax $391.60 Interest $27.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $444.01 R107645 EHLERS MICHAEL P & POLLY A Parcel: 8335401002 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $597,402 13777 RANGE VIEW PL Year 2017 Tax $2,513.84 Interest $175.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,714.81 R120812 EHMANN COLYER SHIRLEY D Parcel: 4094120812 Section: 21 Township: 9 Range: 64 NE4SW4-E2 248.498 ACRES 1/8 INT 31.062 MRA DESC IN B304 P498, B304 P500, P304 P504 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $229 Year 2017 Tax $4.84 Interest $0.34 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.18 R120397 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139002 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 25, Actual Value: $15,924 122 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $466.40 Interest $32.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $524.05 R120398 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139003 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 24 Actual Value: $15,924 120 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $466.40 Interest $32.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $524.05 R120399 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139004 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 17 Actual Value: $15,280 106 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $447.20 Interest $31.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $503.50 R120401 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139006 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 15 Actual Value: $14,058 102 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $411.88 Interest $28.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $465.71 R120402 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139007 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 14 Actual Value: $14,970 101 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $438.12 Interest $30.67 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $493.79 R120403 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 13 Actual Value: $10,817 103 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $317.00 Interest $22.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $364.19 Continued to Next Page: Elbert County Tax Lien

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28 Elbert County News Continued from Last Page: Page 3 of 6 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R120404 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139009 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 12 Actual Value: $12,455 105 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $364.44 Interest $25.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $414.95 R120405 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139010 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 11 Actual Value: $12,911 107 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $377.56 Interest $26.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $428.99 R120406 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139011 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 10 Actual Value: $9,576 109 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $280.64 Interest $19.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $325.28 R120408 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139013 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 8 Actual Value: $12,127 113 E MALE ST Year 2017 Tax $355.36 Interest $24.88 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $405.24 R120409 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139014 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 7 Actual Value: $9,576 115 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $280.64 Interest $19.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $325.28 R120412 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139017 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 4 Actual Value: $9,576 121 E MAPLE ST Year 2017 Tax $280.64 Interest $19.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $325.28 R120416 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139021 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 26 Actual Value: $10,536 124 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $308.92 Interest $21.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $355.54 R120417 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139022 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 23 Actual Value: $10,536 118 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $308.92 Interest $21.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $355.54 R120420 ELIZABETH 28 LLC Parcel: 8418139025 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: WALNUT GROVE TOWNHOMES Lot: 20 Actual Value: $19,124 112 E WALNUT ST Year 2017 Tax $560.28 Interest $39.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $624.50 R112223 ESPARZA JUAN R SANDOVAL CLEMENTINA Parcel: 6008200083 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES (FALCON RANCH) Lot: 2 Actual Value: $66,165 28322 CO RD 190 Year 2017 Tax $1,044.20 Interest $73.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,142.29 R103241 ESPARZA YOANY I SANDOVAL CLEMENTINA Parcel: 6008200059 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 60 Subdivision: COTTONWOOD ESTATES (FALCON RANCH) Lot: 9 Actual Value: $65,361 46855 COTTONWOOD LN Year 2017 Tax $1,031.12 Interest $72.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,128.30

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ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R100108 ESPINOZA MARISELA SMITH SCOTT Parcel: 0026310009 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 23 THRU:- Lot: 26 Actual Value: $76,366 217 NAVAJO AVE Year 2017 Tax $521.56 Interest $36.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $583.07

R115540 FRANZ PATRICK JESSE LUFKIN FRANZ VIKKI Parcel: 8320201005 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63 PAR IN NW4: 20 8 63 AKA PAR A 8.36 A. Subdivision: KIOWA TOWN LIMITS Actual Value: $226 Year 2017 Tax $5.00 Interest $0.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.35

R102903 GRAEFF FRED U GRAEFF ELEANOR Parcel: 4084090430 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 N2 LESS N2NW4NW4 1/2 INTEREST 147.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,000 Year 2017 Tax $23.52 Interest $1.65 Penalty $0.00 Other $49.83 Total Due: $75.00

R104217 HUH WOONG BOK HUH TAE NAM Parcel: 6502100002 Section: 2 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: PRAIRIE RIDGE Tract: 1 IN E2 2 6 65 Actual Value: $297,500 1730 MICHAEL GATES DR Year 2017 Tax $0.00 Interest $205.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $230.48

R102930 GRAEFF ROBERT O GRAEFF CAROL J Parcel: 4085110433 Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 65 PAR IN SW4SW4 DESC B345 P318 .454 ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS ALL Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.80 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.86

R112505 HUTCHINS TRACY J Parcel: 8407305014 Section: 7 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HILLSIDE VILLAGE FIL 1 (PUD) Block: 001 Lot: 0010 Actual Value: $238,800 410 LIONEL LN Year 2017 Tax $1,736.36 Interest $121.55 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,882.91

R115815 ESTEIN JEFFREY H ESTEIN JUSTINE L Parcel: 6513300143 Section: 13 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: PRONGHORN RANCH SITE PLAN Lot: 0003 PAR IN SW4: 13 6 65 36.74 ACRES DESC Actual Value: $821,090 45485 COAL CREEK DR Year 2017 Tax $4,692.52 Interest $328.48 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,046.00 R120690 ETHERIDGE PATRICK AND SHARI Parcel: 4074120690 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 64 DEER CREEK RANCH ESTATES, LOT 18 MRA 5.160 (MINERALS ONLY) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $36 Year 2017 Tax $0.88 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.94 R102308 EXCHANGE OIL & GAS CORP Parcel: 4062101550 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 MINERAL RIGHTS ALL: (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 1/4 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 150 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,030 Year 2017 Tax $17.52 Interest $1.23 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.75 R119832 FARMER BROTHERS DEVELOPMENT LLC Parcel: 8418117008 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH KLOUSER ANNEXATION, Subdivision: ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ADDITION Block: 13 Lot: 2 THRU:- Lot: 6PARCEL A DESC IN B575 P391 Actual Value: $219,020 444 S MAIN ST Year 2017 Tax $6,412.40 Interest $448.87 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,886.27 R119121 FARMER BROTHERS DEVELOPMENT LLC Parcel: 8418118004 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH KLOUSER ANNEXATION N 456 FT BY 100 FT OF OLD RAILROAD Actual Value: $451,690 Year 2017 Tax $6,612.28 Interest $462.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,100.14 R103881 FOLMAR SHAWN M & STACEY J Parcel: 6424202018 Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUN COUNTRY MEADOWS FIL 2 (PUD) Lot: 0198 Actual Value: $50,000 44645 LARIAT TRL Year 2017 Tax $338.48 Interest $23.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $387.17 R104418 FONDY ALMA R Parcel: 6515405002 Section: 15 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: SMOKY HILL RANCHES Block: 004 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $140,000 836 PINEWICKET WAY Year 2017 Tax $3,223.08 Interest $225.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,473.70 R116995 FONTANA BRIAN, FONTANA ROBIN Z Parcel: 6512301052 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0114 Actual Value: $640,800 2335 WESTOUT AVE Year 2017 Tax $6,554.24 Interest $458.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $7,038.04 R115486 FRANZ PATRICK JESSE LUFKIN FRANZ VIKKI Parcel: 8320201004 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 63 PAR IN NW4 DESC B598 P34 AKA PAR B Subdivision: KIOWA TOWN LIMITS Actual Value: $596,353 32949 N ELBERT RD Year 2017 Tax $3,682.63 Interest $220.96 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,928.59

R121235 GADD JOHN ROBERT CLARK JAMES WILLIAM GADD KARIA MARIE Parcel: 4075121235 Section: 23 Township: 7 Range: 65 SW4NW4 DESC IN B782 P83 MRA 41.490 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $300 Year 2017 Tax $7.08 Interest $0.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $62.58 R107671 GECEWICZ STEVE P Parcel: 8404400092 Section: 4 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: RURALON 220’ OF W 990’ OF SW4SE4 4 8 64, 5.0 A. Actual Value: $279,909 5525 CO RD 142 Year 2017 Tax $1,049.48 Interest $73.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,147.94 R100927 GEIGER KATHLEEN M Parcel: 0419400064 Section: 19 Township: 10 Range: 64 :SE4 Section: 20 Township: 10 Range: 64 :PAR IN THE SW4 Subdivision: RURALA (TOTAL 185.543 A) Actual Value: $358,083 20439 CO RD 17,20435 CO RD 17,20437 CO RD 17 Year 2017 Tax $2,459.88 Interest $172.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,657.07 R120348 GOLD CREEK COMMONS LLC Parcel: 8512100187 Section: 12 Township: 8 Range: 65 PAR IN E2 12 8 65 DESC B695 P702 Subdivision: RURALA, Actual Value: $271 Year 2017 Tax $8.08 Interest $0.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $63.65 R120149 GORTON LAURA LEE Parcel: 4082201791 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST TOTAL ACRES 40 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL MRA 8) Section: 21 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2, S2NE4, N2SE4 (1/2 INTEREST 360 ACRES TOTAL MRA 180 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL 36 - 8 LAURA TOTAL 28) NW4NE4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES TOTAL NET 10 SPLIT 5 WAYS 2 MRA) W2W2 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 40 NET ACRES SPLIT 5 WAYS 8 MRA) TOTAL INTEREST 38 ACRES Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 62 NW4, N2SW4 (200 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 100 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL MRA 20) NE4SW4 (40 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL 2 NET ACRES) TOTAL MRA 22 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2 (EXCEPT COAL) (160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 80 SPLIT 5 WAYS TOTAL MRA 16 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $580 Year 2017 Tax $9.92 Interest $0.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.61 R120150 GORTON LAURA LEE Parcel: 4082201792 Section: 21 Township: 8 Range: 62 NE4NE4, CARLOS PORTION IS 8 ACRES Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 62 NE4SW4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES 10 SPLIT 5 TOTAL 2 NET) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $14 Year 2017 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R102862 GORTON ROBERT W GORTON FRED C GORTON WALTER B KEY SUSAN J Parcel: 4082201790 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 40 SPLIT 5 TAKE 8 ACRES OFF FOR CARLOS T0TAL MRA 32) Section: 21 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2, NE4NE4, S2NE4, N2SE4 (1/2 INTEREST 360 ACRES TOTAL MRA 180 SPLIT 5 WAYS LESS CARLOS = 144 ACRES) NW4NE4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES TOTAL NET 10 LESS CARLOS 8 TOTAL MRA)W2W2 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 40 LESS CARLOS TOTAL MRA 32 NET ACRES) TOTAL INTEREST 184 Section: 22 Township: 8 Range: 62 NW4, N2SW4 (200 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 100 LESS CARLOS 80 NET) NE4SW4 (1/4 INTEREST 40 ACRES 10 NET LESS CARLOS NET 8 (NE4SW4 (40 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST LESS CARLOS 8 NET ACRES) TOTAL MRA 96 Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2 (EXCEPT COAL) (160 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST TOTAL MRA 80 SPLIT 5 TOTAL NET 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $2,594 Year 2017 Tax $43.84 Interest $3.07 Penalty $0.00 Other $28.09 Total Due: $75.00

R117172 HAMACHER KAY Parcel: 4000117172 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: 000 S2; N OF RR S2N2: 26 10 60 323 A 1/120 INTEREST 2.69 MRA ALL; 27 10 60 N OF RR 528 A 1/120 INTEREST 4.40 MRA Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.81

R119204 IBSEN ORDEAN THOMAS JAMIKA Parcel: 6218400109 Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 62 N2S2SE4 (AKA PAR 1) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $1,208 45125 COMANCHE CREEK RD Year 2017 Tax $20.44 Interest $1.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $71.87

R101401 HANSEN LAWRENCE M & MERRILL E Parcel: 2715000014 Section: 15 Township: 12 Range: 57:ALL (TOTAL 640 A) Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $101,235 Year 2017 Tax $1,126.52 Interest $67.59 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,219.11

R120107 JOHNSON GROUP, INC. Parcel: 4075120107 Section: 15 Township: 7 Range: 65 ALL MRA 640 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 65 W2, SW4SE4 TOTAL MRA TOTAL ACRES 480 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $7,728 Year 2017 Tax $181.52 Interest $12.71 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $219.23

R106572 HAYES KARIE SUE Parcel: 7527301043 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 03 Lot: 11 Unit: 3 Actual Value: $370,943 528 VERDOS DR Year 2017 Tax $1,082.32 Interest $64.94 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,172.26

R102946 JOHNSON KARL Parcel: 4087023880 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 57 SE4SE4 1/16 INTEREST 2.5 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.64 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.68

R112315 HAYNES W A Parcel: 4062112315 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 9/400 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 13.80 MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $100 Year 2017 Tax $1.76 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.88

R101721 JURICS LIZABETH Parcel: 4001356160 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2, SW4 (480 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 240 MRA) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,380 Year 2017 Tax $30.92 Interest $2.16 Penalty $0.00 Other $41.92 Total Due: $75.00

R108793 HECKEL PATRICIA A Parcel: 8418213012 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HOMESITES Lot: 0112 Actual Value: $42,893 473 S MOBILE ST Year 2017 Tax $311.92 Interest $21.83 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $358.75 R102803 HOLT THELMA MAGILL Parcel: 4081201940 Section: 20 Township: 8 Range: 61 ALL (639 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST MRA 159.75) Section: 28 Township: 8 Range: 61 N2N2 (160 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST MRA 40) TOTAL MRA 199.75Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,380 Year 2017 Tax $23.36 Interest $1.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $75.00 R118170 HOMEWARD BOUND LLC Parcel: 8513127002 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 2A Actual Value: $165,297 Year 2017 Tax $4,839.60 Interest $338.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,203.37 R118172 HOMEWARD BOUND LLC Parcel: 8513127003 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: ELIZABETH STREET PLAZA 1ST AMENDEMENT Lot: 002C Actual Value: $165,297 Year 2017 Tax $4,839.60 Interest $338.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,203.37 R102671 HOW & COMPANY Parcel: 4078029240 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 58 SW4NE4 1/60 INTEREST .67 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.56 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.60

R115750 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7818300057 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA W2SW4, PAR IN E2SW4: 18 7 58 142.38 A Actual Value: $9,429 Year 2017 Tax $151.20 Interest $10.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $186.78 R107042 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7819300026 Section: 19 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA S2: 19 7 58 324.00 A. SW4 W OF Actual Value: $17,602 Year 2017 Tax $282.44 Interest $19.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $327.21 R118689 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7912300128 Section: 13 Township: 7 Range: 59 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA W2: 13 7 59 LESS 10 A (310 A), PAR IN SW4: Actual Value: $19,018 Year 2017 Tax $305.16 Interest $21.36 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $351.52 R116080 KAT CATTLE LLC Parcel: 7914100090 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA N2NE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $9,639 37720 CO RD 162 Year 2017 Tax $155.08 Interest $10.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $190.94 R104940 KELLEY CODY LANE PATRICK KELLEY AUSTIN GARRETT MONATANA Parcel: 7107400019 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 1 Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $35,000 21924 WAY OF PEACE Year 2017 Tax $635.92 Interest $44.51 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $705.43

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November 8, 2018 Continued from Last Page: Page 4 of 6 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R102797 KILLIN JOHN C Parcel: 4081102070 Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 61 W2NW4-SE4NW4-SW4 1/16 INTEREST 17.5 NET ACRES Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 61 NE4-N2SE4 1/16 INTEREST 15 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $240 Year 2017 Tax $4.08 Interest $0.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.37 R102798 KILLIN PAUL D Parcel: 4081102080 Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 61 W2NW4SE4NW4-SW4 1/16 INTEREST 17.5 NET ACRES Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 61 NE4-N2SE4 1/16 INTEREST 15 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $240 Year 2017 Tax $4.08 Interest $0.29 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $59.37 R108774 KOGL WAYNE A Parcel: 8418212011 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH HOMESITES Lot: 0146 Actual Value: $47,402 672 S MOBILE ST Year 2017 Tax $344.24 Interest $24.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $393.34 R121049 LENNAR COLORADO, LLC Parcel: 8513302013 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: RITORO Block: 1 Lot: 2 Actual Value: $10 1277 BLACK HAW ST Year 2017 Tax $1.68 Interest $0.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.80 R120728 LEYDEN JAMELLE Parcel: 4074120728 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: C Lot: 11 SEVERED MINERALS ONLY MRA 2.926 Actual Value: $21 Year 2017 Tax $1.48 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.58 R120527 LEYDEN PERRY Parcel: 4064120527 Section: 32 Township: 6 Range: 64 MINERALS LOCATED IN SPRING VALLEY RANCH, PHASE 1 BLOCK A, LOT 48 AND 49 MRA 1.929 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $14 Year 2017 Tax $1.44 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.54 R121027 LINDA HOWELL WALDREN REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 4072121027 Section: 2 Township: 7 Range: 62 SW4 LOTS 57,58,59,60 100 MRA AVAILABLE TO SEVER IN THE SW4 25% 25 MRA. E2 LOT 61, 62, 67 95.676 MRA AVAILABLE TO SEVER 25% 23.919 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $350 Year 2017 Tax $5.84 Interest $0.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.25 R100105 LIPPINCOTT DWAYNE S Parcel: 0026310006 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.269 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 11 THRU:- Lot: 16 :W78’ OF ALL LOTS Actual Value: $181,058 701 CARIBOU ST Year 2017 Tax $4,979.64 Interest $348.57 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,353.21 R100106 LIPPINCOTT DWAYNE S Parcel: 0026310007 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.248 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 12 Lot: 11 THRU:- Lot: 16, :E 72’ ALL LOTS Actual Value: $8,426 709 CARIBOU ST Year 2017 Tax $231.40 Interest $16.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $272.60 R114555 MARCHIOL FAMILY LLLP Parcel: 6405100179 Section: 5 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: PLAT OF 5-6-64 Lot: 6 (TOTAL 35 A) Actual Value: $189,000 47610 PVT RD 19 Year 2017 Tax $4,351.16 Interest $304.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $4,680.74

ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R115560 MARTINEZ AMOS D Parcel: 4001115560 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 61 NW4 (160 ACRES 1/96 INTEREST 1.666 MRA) Section: 2 Township: 10 Range: 61 E2NE4 (80 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .104 MRA, S2NW4 (80 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .104 MRA, SE4 (160 ACRES 1/768 INTEREST .208 MRA) TOTAL MINERAL RIGHTS 2.87 Actual Value: $15 Year 2017 Tax $0.76 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $80.00 Total Due: $80.81 R120847 MASSEY LAWRENCE Parcel: 4010120847 Section: 11 Township: 10 Range: 65 LOT 1 YEAGER ACRES MINERALS ONLY 10 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $70 Year 2017 Tax $1.40 Interest $0.10 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.50 R105068 MCBRIDE MICHAEL E Parcel: 7109404006 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 003 Lot: 0012 Actual Value: $295,700 40124 GARNET TRL Year 2017 Tax $1,333.92 Interest $93.37 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,452.29 R116688 MCCUNE MICHAEL A, MCCUNE STEPHANIE M Parcel: 0035108005 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 E PART BLKS 5 & 6 1.07 A MOL W2 BLK 7 1.32 ASubdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 3 Actual Value: $14,575 Year 2017 Tax $99.56 Interest $6.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $131.53 R102925 MESA MINERALS INC Parcel: 4085020557 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 65 S2SW4 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES Section: 10 Township: 8 Range: 65 NE4SE4-SE4NE4 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES Section: 11 Township: 8 Range: 65 SE4SW4-N2SW4-NW4SW4SE4 LESS 2 A. 1/8 INTEREST 39.75 NET ACRES Section: 14 Township: 8 Range: 65 E2NW4-NW4NE4 1/8 INTEREST 15 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $520 Year 2017 Tax $0.10 Interest $0.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $50.11 R117745 MESSER RALPH Parcel: 8413100482 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 64 N2NE4NE4 Actual Value: $457,803 33955 CO RD 37 Year 2017 Tax $7,760.16 Interest $543.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $8,328.37 R100146 MILLS ANTHONY G Parcel: 0027406011 Section: 27 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 7:E75’ OF N 75’ OF W2 (TOTAL 0.129 A) Actual Value: $5,174 306 BUFFALO ST Year 2017 Tax $35.08 Interest $2.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $37.46 Total Due: $75.00 R113552 MIRELES AMPARO AND JUAN Parcel: 6307100130 Section: 7 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: FOXWOOD Lot: 0014 Actual Value: $270,000 46481 FOXWOOD DR Year 2017 Tax $6,042.40 Interest $422.97 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $6,490.37 R101882 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 4015266273 Section: 26 Township: 11 Range: 59 NE4: 160 A NW4: 26 11 59 160 A UNDIVIDED 1/2 INTEREST 160 MRA MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,120 Year 2017 Tax $24.56 Interest $1.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $48.72 Total Due: $75.00 R114210 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 4099114210 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2: 26 7 59 320 ACRES 1/4 INT 80 MRA Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $550 Year 2017 Tax $8.88 Interest $0.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $64.50

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R115751 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7818200055 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2NW4 W OF RR Actual Value: $4,253 Year 2017 Tax $68.68 Interest $4.81 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $98.49 R115752 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7818400056 Section: 18 Township: 7 Range: 58 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN W2SE4: W OF RR Actual Value: $2,130 Year 2017 Tax $34.32 Interest $2.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $38.28 Total Due: $75.00 R119197 MONKS RICHARD D MONKS JODEE L Parcel: 7914400131 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NE4SE4: 14 7 59 Actual Value: $6,057 Year 2017 Tax $97.48 Interest $6.82 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $129.30 R116024 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 4079116024 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 59 N2 (320 ACRES 1/2 INTEREST 160 ACRES) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $1,100 Year 2017 Tax $17.72 Interest $1.24 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $68.96 R116171 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7914300098 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: RURALA SW4 LESS NE4NE4SW4: 14 7 59 150 ACRES Actual Value: $39,302 Year 2017 Tax $631.36 Interest $44.20 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $700.56 R116081 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7914400091 Section: 14 Township: 7 Range: 59 S2SE4Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $9,639 Year 2017 Tax $155.08 Interest $10.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $190.94 R116064 MONKS RICHARD D & JODEE L Parcel: 7923200089 Section: 23 Township: 7 Range: 59 NW4 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $19,520 Year 2017 Tax $313.44 Interest $21.94 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $360.38 R104000 MOORE RHONDA Y Parcel: 6425203012 Section: 25 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: SUN COUNTRY MEADOWS FIL 4 (PUD) Lot: 012B Actual Value: $285,692 08291 CONESTOGA CT Year 2017 Tax $1,934.00 Interest $135.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,094.38 R120469 MORDHORST DEREK Parcel: 4078120469 Section: 28 Township: 7 Range: 58 UNDIVIDED 10% INTEREST IN 25.34 ACRES TOTAL MRA 2.534 Actual Value: $82 Year 2017 Tax $1.12 Interest $0.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.20 R118622 MUNIZ NORIEGA JESUS ANTONIO Parcel: 6324401014 Section: 24 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: WOLF CREEK ESTATES Lot: 0001 Actual Value: $80,000 44010 WOLF CREEK DR Year 2017 Tax $0.00 Interest $27.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $47.88 Total Due: $75.00 R115354 NEIGHBORHOOD SELF STORAGE ELIZABETH PARKER LLC Parcel: 7501403001 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: DEER CREEK FARM FIL 3 (PUD) Lot: 143A ADMINISTRATIVE PLAT AMENDMENT # 1 Actual Value: $1,468,605 41105 CO RD 13 Year 2017 Tax $37,922.52 Interest $2,654.58 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $40,602.10 R103307 NELSON PAUL ALLEN GOOD JUNE MARIE Parcel: 6132100031 Subdivision: RURALA E2 32 6 61, S2SW4:NW4SW4: 33 6 61 NENW4: 4 7 61 Actual Value: $20,801 Year 2017 Tax $378.44 Interest $26.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $429.93

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ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R104886 NELSON PAUL ALLEN & JUNE MARIE GOOD Parcel: 7104100086 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN E2E2 DESC B347 P632 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $6,282 41297 CO RD 97 Year 2017 Tax $114.64 Interest $8.02 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $147.66

R100674 PETERSON JAMES E Parcel: 0331400080 Section: 31 Township: 10 Range: 63 :PAR IN S2S2 (TOTAL 36.00 A) Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $429,824 9648 CO RD 74-82 Year 2017 Tax $2,150.88 Interest $150.56 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,326.44

R104896 NELSON PAUL ALLEN SR ALLEN DENNIS W Parcel: 7104400085 Section: 4 Township: 7 Range: 61 PARCEL IN SE4 DESC B347 P630 Subdivision: RURALA Actual Value: $7,845 Year 2017 Tax $142.84 Interest $10.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $177.84 R107056 NOAH AMY Parcel: 7901401005 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 003 Lot: 0019 AND:- Lot: 0020 Actual Value: $3,507 Year 2017 Tax $56.48 Interest $3.95 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $85.43 R109462 O CLAIR MICHAEL DENNIS O CLAIR LINDA A Parcel: 8523100080 Section: 23 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: RURALA W2E2NE4 23 8 65 40 A. Actual Value: $151,278 1967 CO RD 132 Year 2017 Tax $901.20 Interest $63.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $989.28 R120135 OIL NUT BAY ROYALTIES LP Parcel: 4082022765 Section: 2 Township: 8 Range: 62 6.25% INTEREST IN E2 (40.46 A TOTAL MRA 2.528) TAX DISTRICT 7 Section: 6 Township: 8 Range: 64 6.25% INTEREST IN NE4SE4 (40 ACRES TOTAL MRA 2.5) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 65 6.25% INTEREST IN SW4 LYING S & W OF CO RD (37.50 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 2.34) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 23 Township: 9 Range: 65 6.25% INTEREST IN E2SE4E2E2W2SE4 (25.00 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 1.56) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 12 Township: 9 Range: 65 6.25% INTEREST IN S2 ( 80.00 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 5) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 13 Township: 9 Range: 65 6.25% INTEREST IN N2 LESS 1 ACRE IN NE4 FOR SCHOOL (79.75 NET ACRES TOTAL 4.98 MRA) TAX DISTRICT 2 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 61 6.25% INTEREST IN SW4NW4; W2SE4NW4: (60 ACRES TOTAL MRA ACRES 3.75) TAX DISTRICT 7 Section: 24 Township: 10 Range: 64 6.25% INTEREST IN SW4SE4-N2SE4-SE4NE4 (53.33 NET ACRES TOTAL MRA 3.333) TAX DISTRICT 18 TOTAL MRA 25.991 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $179 Year 2017 Tax $3.72 Interest $0.26 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.98 R110314 OLKJER DEL R Parcel: 9434419001 Section: 34 Township: 9 Range: 64Subdivision: ELBERT ORIGINAL, E ON ECCLES PAR W OF LOTS 13 & 14 105’ X 238’ IN SIZE, (TOTAL 0.574 A) Actual Value: $37,505 Year 2017 Tax $837.68 Interest $58.64 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $921.32 R103707 OLLENBURGER EZRA J OLLENBURGER KAREN E Parcel: 6418401018 Section: 18 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH FIL 2 Lot: 0034 Actual Value: $331,600 45120 CARPENTER CT Year 2017 Tax $1,324.12 Interest $92.69 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,441.81 R114592 OWEN JERRY Parcel: 0026309012 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 9 Lot: 5 THRU:- Lot: 7, E 42’ OF ALL LOTS (TOTAL 0.072 A) Actual Value: $29,244 214 SIOUX AVE Year 2017 Tax $200.08 Interest $14.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $239.09 R118635 PERKINS JOHN AND CANDACE Parcel: 6324101007 Section: 13 Township: 6 Range: 63 Subdivision: WOLF CREEK ESTATES Lot: 0016 Actual Value: $80,000 Year 2017 Tax $1,356.00 Interest $94.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,475.92

R102057 PIROSKO GARY Parcel: 4029306796 Section: 30 Township: 12 Range: 59 E2NE4 1/4 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $140 Year 2017 Tax $3.08 Interest $0.22 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $58.30 R115893 PIRTLE KRISTOPHER STRAWSER WILLIAM Parcel: 7522101018 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: COYOTE HILLS FOUR AMENDED Lot: 31 Actual Value: $580,936 602 COYOTE TRL Year 2017 Tax $3,390.04 Interest $237.30 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,652.34 R109574 POLAND BOBBI Parcel: 8534402001 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: CHISHOLM AMENDED Lot: 29A(TOTAL 9.734 A) Actual Value: $477,200 30484 CHISHOLM TRL Year 2017 Tax $2,784.64 Interest $194.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,004.56 R113691 RAY BRADLEY S Parcel: 8233300122 Section: 33 Township: 8 Range: 62 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4: 4 9 62 & IN SW4: 33 8 62 Actual Value: $383,548 17112 ST HWY 86 Year 2017 Tax $3,375.96 Interest $236.32 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,637.28 R113692 RAY BRADLEY S Parcel: 9204200118 Section: 4 Township: 9 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN NW4 DESC B564 P181 Actual Value: $1,644 Year 2017 Tax $28.04 Interest $1.96 Penalty $0.00 Other $45.00 Total Due: $75.00 R107054 REED BILLIE E Parcel: 7901401002 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 003 Lot: 0013 Actual Value: $1,777 Year 2017 Tax $28.80 Interest $2.02 Penalty $0.00 Other $44.18 Total Due: $75.00 R102985 REED BILLIE JOHN REED JERRY DAVID REED RICH ALAN REED RANDY REX Parcel: 4089239774 Section: 23 Township: 8 Range: 59 Section: 24 Township: 8 Range: 59 NW4 1/6 INTEREST 26.67 NET ACRES JOINT TENANTS MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $170 Year 2017 Tax $2.76 Interest $0.19 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $57.95 R107069 REED BILLIE JOHN Parcel: 7901404003 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0011 AND:- Lot: 0012 Actual Value: $6,868 41004 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $110.76 Interest $7.75 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $143.51 R107072 REED BILLIE JOHN Parcel: 7901404006 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0001 AND:- Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $4,360 41058 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $70.32 Interest $4.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $100.24 R107067 REED BILLIE JON Parcel: 7901404001 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0018 THRU:- Lot: 0022 Actual Value: $61,513 38554 MONROE ST Year 2017 Tax $245.32 Interest $17.17 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $287.49 Continued to Next Page: Elbert County Tax Lien

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30 Elbert County News Continued from Last Page: Page 5 of 6 ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R107070 REED BILLIE JON Parcel: 7901404004 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0009 AND:- Lot: 0010 Actual Value: $70,907 41022 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $282.44 Interest $19.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $327.21 R107071 REED BILLIE JON Parcel: 7901404005 Section: 1 Township: 7 Range: 59 Subdivision: AGATE PETERSONS ADDITION Block: 001 Lot: 0003 THRU:- Lot: 0008 Actual Value: $19,068 41036 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $306.24 Interest $21.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $352.68

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ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R120270 ROSKIE FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST Parcel: 4740610503 Section: 6 Township: 7 Range: 64 (LOT 20, DEER CREEK RANCH ESTATES 5.140 ACRES MINERALS ONLY) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $35 Year 2017 Tax $0.88 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.94 R118799 ROZDILSKY DAVID M & MEREDITH C Parcel: 0418202003 Section: 18 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: CANTRIL RANCH Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $300,725 3460 CANTRIL CIR Year 2017 Tax $1,495.12 Interest $104.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,624.78

R107373 REID DANIEL M & LINDSAY C Parcel: 8319100130 Section: 19 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: RURALA TRACT IN NE4 19 8 63 36 A DESC B418 Actual Value: $309,983 9660 CO RD 134 Year 2017 Tax $1,316.24 Interest $92.14 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,433.38

R118313 SABO JAMES L JR & RINA A Parcel: 6219100100 Section: 19 Township: 6 Range: 62 Subdivision: RURALA PAR IN S2N2 & IN SE4: 19 6 62 DESC B689 P234 AKA PAR 3 Actual Value: $184,738 44813 COMANCHE CREEK RD Year 2017 Tax $884.92 Interest $61.94 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $971.86

R117089 REMY JOHN R, REMY SUZETTE M Parcel: 6406101084 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0188 Actual Value: $115,000 3958 EASTOUT AVE Year 2017 Tax $4,737.40 Interest $331.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,094.02

R101508 SANDSTEAD RICHARD Parcel: 2926300027 Section: 26 Township: 12 Range: 59 SW4SW4SW4 Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $8,078 7000 CO RD 149 Year 2017 Tax $44.52 Interest $3.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $27.36 Total Due: $75.00

R103076 RICHARDSON GUY M RICHARDSON KATHLEEN C Parcel: 4093268060 Section: 26 Township: 9 Range: 63 PARC 600’ X 726’ IN E2SE4SE4 1/2 INTEREST 5.00 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $35 Year 2017 Tax $0.68 Interest $0.05 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.73

R100178 SANDSTEAD RICHARD L Parcel: 0035201004 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 1 Block: 22 Lot: 7 AND:- Lot: 8 Actual Value: $135,756 312 UTE AVE,314 UTE AVE Year 2017 Tax $926.52 Interest $64.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,016.38

R120873 RLF WILD POINTE PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 8513202020 Section: 13 Township: 8 Range: 65 Subdivision: WILD POINTE FINAL PLAT ADMENDMENT #1 Lot: 12 Actual Value: $15,034 2360 LEGACY CIR Year 2017 Tax $353.36 Interest $24.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $403.10

R100255 SCHERER CARL P Parcel: 0035212001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.344 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 1 Block: 23 Lot: 15 AND:- Lot: 16 Actual Value: $178,790 401 DAKOTA AVE Year 2017 Tax $1,220.48 Interest $85.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,330.91

R114845 ROBERTS FORREST L & JANET L Parcel: 7416200318 Section: 16 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: FOXTAIL FARMS REZONE Tract: 2 PAR IN W2: 16 7 64 DESC B583 P076 AKA Actual Value: $843,471 5113 PRONGHORN AVE Year 2017 Tax $4,921.76 Interest $344.52 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $5,291.28 R103459 ROCKY MOUNTAIN EQUITY PARTNERS LLC Parcel: 6405100005 Section: 5 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: PLAT OF 5-6-64 Lot: 9 (TOTAL 35 A) Actual Value: $140,000 47510 PVT RD 19 Year 2017 Tax $3,223.08 Interest $225.62 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,473.70 R100248 ROGERS KENNETH & SHAWN Parcel: 0035211003 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.172 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ORIGINAL Block: 17 Lot: 3 AND:- Lot: 4 Actual Value: $108,747 408 NAVAJO AVE Year 2017 Tax $371.26 Interest $22.28 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $418.54 R104284 ROLLIN MARCO E & CAROLE Parcel: 6512401005 Section: 12 Township: 6 Range: 65 Subdivision: COAL CREEK FIL 1 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $387,616 46153 COAL CREEK DR Year 2017 Tax $2,234.72 Interest $156.43 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,416.15 R120278 ROLLIN TRIM & CABINETRY INC Parcel: 4620820006 Section: 8 Township: 6 Range: 62 W2NW4 (80 ACRES) Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $552 Year 2017 Tax $9.36 Interest $0.66 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $65.02

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL R106445 SEITANIS KONSTADINOS Parcel: 7526302002 Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 13 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $131,179 1295 MOUNTVIEW DR Year 2017 Tax $3,082.88 Interest $215.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $3,323.68 R107640 SHARKEY WILLIAM V Parcel: 8335301001 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 63 Subdivision: HAWKEYE RANCHES AMENDMENT 2 (LOTS 18 & 1) Lot: 0019 Actual Value: $451,585 30274 ARROYO DR Year 2017 Tax $1,900.16 Interest $133.01 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,058.17 R114832 SHEPHERD HELGA K Parcel: 4062114832 Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 3/220 INTEREST WHOLE SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 8.22 MINERAL RIGHTS Actual Value: $70 Year 2017 Tax $1.16 Interest $0.08 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.24 R113130 SHEPHERD HILL LAND LLC Parcel: 9931100065 Section: 31 Township: 9 Range: 59 ALL: 31 9 59 636.96 A Actual Value: $17,249 33985 CO RD 94 Year 2017 Tax $383.68 Interest $26.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $435.54 R100904 SHERIDAN RAY & JO MICHELE Parcel: 0418201001 Section: 18 Township: 10 Range: 64 Subdivision: ACADEMY EAST FIL 5 Lot: 108 (TOTAL 11.646 A) Actual Value: $397,060 3385 BADGER LN Year 2017 Tax $1,974.40 Interest $138.21 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,137.61 R115760 SIELAFF HOLLY MARIE Parcel: 9917100100 Section: 17 Township: 9 Range: 59 PAR IN NE4 (DESC B606 P156, TOTAL 60.022 A) Subdivision: SUNSET RANCH Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $113,725 27720 PVT RD 139 Year 2017 Tax $472.96 Interest $33.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $531.07

R117897 SCHMEISER ESTEL FRANK FAMILY TRUST SCHMEISER HELEN DIMMITT FAMILY TRUST Parcel: 0714300162 Section: 14 Township: 10 Range: 57 Subdivision: RURALASW4 Actual Value: $201,048 21400 CO RD 197 Year 2017 Tax $1,320.00 Interest $92.40 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,437.40

R100314 SIELAFF TODD & HOLLY Parcel: 0035221008 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.322 A) Subdivision: SIMLA HEIGHTS Block: 7 Lot: 15 AND:- Lot: 16 Actual Value: $93,534 601 NAVAJO AVE Year 2017 Tax $639.16 Interest $44.74 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $708.90

R120314 SCHMITT TIMOTHY E Parcel: 4074120314 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS, Subdivision: SWEETWATER FARMS MINOR SUBDIVISION Lot: 2 Actual Value: $80 Year 2017 Tax $1.64 Interest $0.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $56.75

R101937 SIMS RICHARD WAYNE SIMS EUNICE E Parcel: 4019146585 Section: 14 Township: 11 Range: 59 E2NE4-SE4-S2SW4 320 ACRES 1/4 INTEREST 80 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS JOINT TENANTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $560 Year 2017 Tax $12.28 Interest $0.86 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $63.14

R108884 SCHNEIDER ELIZABETH PROPERTIES LLC Parcel: 8418217006 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH TOWN LIMITS Block: 00X TOWN OF ELIZABETH PARCEL X IN NW4 18 8 64 DESC B336 P684 135.11’ X 141.03’ X 135.06’ X 141.01’ .437 ACRES Actual Value: $270,748 384 W KIOWA AVE Year 2017 Tax $7,925.68 Interest $554.80 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $8,505.48 R109611 SCHRAG JANELLE D ANEMA LAUREN A Parcel: 8535300047 Section: 35 Township: 8 Range: 65 SW4SW4 35 8 65 Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $396,947 30200 CO RD 5 Year 2017 Tax $2,316.20 Interest $162.13 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,503.33

R105087 SMITH LUVINA M Parcel: 7110301002 Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 002 Lot: 0020 Actual Value: $189,982 24389 EMERALD TRL Year 2017 Tax $857.12 Interest $60.00 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $942.12 R104920 SNYDER JEFFERY D & CONNIE S Parcel: 7107100002 Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL VALLEY UNIT 1 Lot: 0017 Actual Value: $35,460 21500 WAY OF JOY Year 2017 Tax $644.08 Interest $45.09 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $714.17 R105029 STOERMER JASON Parcel: 7109301004 Section: 9 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 1 Block: 005 Lot: 0023 Actual Value: $37,500 23054 JASPER TRL Year 2017 Tax $681.68 Interest $47.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $754.40

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R101601 SULLIVAN BRIAN, SULLIVAN KEVIN Parcel: 3903100069 Section: 3 Township: 13 Range: 59 LOT 1(NE4NE4); LOT 2(NW4NE4); SE4NE4:19.671 NET A 1/6 UNDIVIDED INTEREST Actual Value: $533 Year 2017 Tax $0.00 Interest $0.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.46

R105092 TSCHAKERT JASON Parcel: 7110301007 Section: 10 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: CHAPARRAL FIL 2 Block: 002 Lot: 0016 Actual Value: $37,500 40184 TURQUOISE CT Year 2017 Tax $681.68 Interest $47.72 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $754.40

R102854 SULLIVAN ROBERT S Parcel: 4082152930 Section: 15 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2W2 1/30 INTEREST 5.33 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $30 Year 2017 Tax $0.60 Interest $0.04 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.64 R117915 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 003 Actual Value: $78,326 820 DAKOTA AVE #3 Year 2017 Tax $534.84 Interest $37.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $597.28 R117916 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 004 Actual Value: $78,326 820 DAKOTA AVE #4 Year 2017 Tax $534.84 Interest $37.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $597.28 R117918 SUMMER TIME ENTERPRISES LLC Parcel: 0035235001 Section: 35 Township: 10 Range: 60 Subdivision: GOLD MEDAL MINOR DEVELOPMENT 1ST AMEND Unit: 006 Actual Value: $78,326 820 DAKOTA AVE #6 Year 2017 Tax $534.84 Interest $37.44 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $597.28 R106613 TAYLOR JEAN K Parcel: 7527302041 Section: 27 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 02 Lot: 0041 Actual Value: $297,413 311 PONDEROSA LN Year 2017 Tax $1,735.12 Interest $121.46 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,881.58 R101468 TAYMI CORP Parcel: 2906200053 Section: 6 Township: 12 Range: 59 :PAR IN NW4 (TOTAL 35.39 A) Subdivision: RURALO Actual Value: $186,204 11980 CO RD 133 Year 2017 Tax $1,029.04 Interest $72.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,126.07 R107093 TIRADO CRUZ MANUEL BAUTISTA GUADALUPE Parcel: 7912106010 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 S 21’ OF LOT 5 BLK 1 ALL LOT 6 - N 1/2 OF LOT 7 BLK 1Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Actual Value: $4,013 40972 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $64.24 Interest $4.50 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $93.74 R107096 TIRADO CRUZ MANUEL BAUTISTA GUADALUPE Parcel: 7912106013 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 59 S 1/2 LOT 7 BLK 1 ALL LOTS 8 & 9 BLK 1 Subdivision: AGATE ORIGINAL Actual Value: $21,443 40954 FIRST AVE Year 2017 Tax $344.48 Interest $24.11 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $393.59 R105439 TORY AND BARBARA MEYER LIVING TRUST (THE) Parcel: 7413300135 Section: 13 Township: 7 Range: 64 Subdivision: HIGH COUNTRY LAND (STEWART RANCH) Lot: 0018TRACT IN 13 AND 24 7 64; B368 Actual Value: $4,217 8020 HIGH COUNTRY TRL Year 2017 Tax $92.76 Interest $6.49 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $124.25 R100070 TRACY KEVIN D & CARLA J Parcel: 0026307003 Section: 26 Township: 10 Range: 60 (TOTAL 0.676 A) Subdivision: SIMLA ADDITION 2 Block: 8 Lot: 3 THRU:- Lot: 6 Actual Value: $83,737 206 WASHINGTON AVE Year 2017 Tax $571.84 Interest $40.03 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $636.87

R108826 TUFFIELD PATRICIA M Parcel: 8418214007 Section: 18 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH ACRES FIL 1S 1/2 OF PLOT 26 Actual Value: $252,200 468 S PEARL ST Year 2017 Tax $1,833.28 Interest $128.33 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,986.61 R106716 TULL MARC B HENNESSY SHEILA M Parcel: 7534101027 Section: 34 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: PONDEROSA PARK ESTATES UNIT 01 Lot: 0025 Actual Value: $369,500 36768 VIEW RIDGE DR Year 2017 Tax $2,155.76 Interest $150.90 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,331.66 R116585 VEED RACHEL Y Parcel: 9501300206 Section: 1 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: MULVIHILL REZONE Lot: 0002 Actual Value: $13,977 29190 CO RD 9 Year 2017 Tax $319.28 Interest $22.35 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $366.63 R118108 VINNOLA ALBERTO LORENZO Parcel: 7325300262 Section: 25 Township: 07 Range: 63 Subdivision: SKY VIEW RANCH Lot: 7ALOTLINE ADJUSTMENT DESC IN B755 P381 Actual Value: $93,895 37219 SKY VIEW CIR Year 2017 Tax $1,591.52 Interest $111.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,727.93 R108513 WADE DOUGLAS L & BRIGITTE Parcel: 8417202015 Section: 17 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELIZABETH IN THE PINES PARK REPLAT Lot: 12-S Actual Value: $103,694 33528 HUMMINGBIRD DR Year 2017 Tax $605.40 Interest $42.38 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $672.78 R110461 WALKER JON R Parcel: 9535301015 Section: 35 Township: 9 Range: 65 Subdivision: KELLY AIR PARK AMENDMENT IV Lot: 7 (TOTAL 5.050 A) Actual Value: $95,000 24494 DAVID C JOHNSON LOOP Year 2017 Tax $1,902.56 Interest $133.18 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,060.74 R118801 WALRATH MARK D ESTATE Parcel: 9320200293 Section: 20 Township: 9 Range: 63 Subdivision: RURALA S2N2W2NW4: 20 9 63 Actual Value: $544 Year 2017 Tax $11.04 Interest $0.77 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $61.81 R117134 WASSON GARRIN Parcel: 6406301238 Section: 6 Township: 6 Range: 64 Subdivision: ELKHORN RANCH Lot: 0252 Actual Value: $115,000 3119 ANTELOPE RIDGE TRL Year 2017 Tax $2,368.70 Interest $142.12 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $2,535.82 R120140 WATSON DAVID D & MYRNA L Parcel: 4952710017 Section: 27 Township: 9 Range: 65 MCLAUGHLIN REZONE NW4NE4 (40.206), TOTAL MRA 40.206 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $285 Year 2017 Tax $5.52 Interest $0.39 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $60.91 R102872 WEDEMEYER AVARIL G Parcel: 4082253109 Section: 25 Township: 8 Range: 62 S2NW4-NW4NW4 1/12 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES Section: 23 Township: 8 Range: 62 E2W2NE4-E2NE4 1/12 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES Section: 24 Township: 8 Range: 62 W2-NE4 LESS S 20 A. 1/12 INTEREST 38.33 NET ACRES Section: 26 Township: 8 Range: 62 SE4NE4 1/12 INTEREST 3.34 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $410 Year 2017 Tax $7.00 Interest $0.49 Penalty $0.00 Continued to Next Page: Other $55.00 Elbert County Tax Lien Total Due: $62.49

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November 8, 2018 Metropolitan Districts Public Notice NOTICE CONCERNING PROPOSED BUDGET OF DEER TRAIL RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

NOTICE is hereby given that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of Deer Trail Rural Fire Protection District for the ensuing year of 2019; that a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the District at 488 First Avenue, Deer Trail, Colorado, where the same is open for public inspection; and that such proposed budget will be considered at a public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District to be held at Deer Trail Fire Station, 488 First Avenue, Deer Trail, Colorado on Monday, November 12, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. Any elector within the District may, at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget, inspect the budget and file or register any objections thereto. DEER TRAIL RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT By: /s/ Mark Dille Chair Legal Notice No.: 24180 First Publication: November 8, 2018 Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Publisher: Elbert County News

Bids and Settlements Public Notice LEGAL NOTICE-INVITATION TO BID:

United Water and Sanitation District (UWS) is requesting sealed Bids for the “BH Eaton Augmentation Station”. All sealed Bids are to be delivered to UWS’s office (front desk) at 8301 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 100 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 by 10:00 a.m. local time on November 19, 2018; and clearly labeled “BH Eaton Augmentation Station- Sealed Bid.” Bids received after that date and time will not be considered. Plan sets will be available on or after 12:00 p.m. on November 5, 2018 and can be obtained at UWS’s office for $200 per set (nonrefundable) with an additional $50 fee for local mailing. The Project consists of: 1) clear and grub site; 2) grading including excavation, haul, placing, and compaction of materials as necessary to construct the project; 3) dewatering; 4) construct flume structure and pipeline; 5) construct check structure; 6) and miscellaneous appurtenances as depicted in the planset. A nonmandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 a.m. on November 12, 2018 at the project site (CR 64 (New Liberty Road) and CR 13 near Windsor, Colorado). Requests for information are to be directed to Mr. Brad Hagen at Civil Resources, LLC (303-833-1416 x201). United Water & Sanitation District Date: October 25, 2018

Elbert County

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS UNITED WATERPublic AND SANITATION DISTRICT Notice Legal Notice OF No.:PROPOSED 24176 NOTICE 2019 BUDGET First Publication: November 1, 2018 (Pursuant to 29-1-106, C.R.S.) Last Publication: November 15, ELBERT COUNTY,2018 CO Publisher: The Elbert County News NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted on October 15th, 2018 to the Board of County Commissioners of Elbert County, CO for the year of 2019. The proposed budget is available for inspection by the public in the Elbert County Finance Department, 215 Comanche Street, Kiowa, CO 80117. Such proposed budget has been scheduled for a public hearing to be held on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at 215 Comanche Street, Kiowa, CO 80117. Any interested elector of Elbert County may file any objections to the proposed budget at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget by the Board of County Commissioners.

placing, and compaction of materials as necessary to construct the project; 3) dewatering; 4) construct flume structure and pipeline; 5) construct check structure; 6) and miscellaneous appurtenances as depicted in the planset. A nonmandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 a.m. on November 12, 2018 at the project site (CR 64 (New Liberty Road) and CR 13 near Windsor, Colorado). Requests for information are to be directed to Mr. Brad Hagen at Civil Resources, LLC (303-833-1416 x201).

Bids and Settlements

United Water & Sanitation District Date: October 25, 2018 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS UNITED WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT Legal Notice No.: 24176 First Publication: November 1, 2018 Last Publication: November 15, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News Public Notice LEGAL NOTICE-INVITATION TO BID: United Water and Sanitation District (UWS) is requesting sealed Bids for the “Strohauer Recharge.” All sealed Bids are to be delivered to UWS’s office (front desk) at 8301 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 100 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 by 10:00 a.m. local time on November 28, 2018; and clearly labeled “Strohauer Recharge- Sealed Bid.” Bids received after that date and time will not be considered. Plan sets will be available on or after 12:00 p.m. on November 5, 2018 and can be obtained at UWS’s office for $200 per set (non-refundable) with an additional $50 fee for local mailing. The Project consists of: 1) clear and grub site; 2) grading including excavation, haul, placing, and compaction of materials as necessary to construct the project; 3) dewatering; 4) construct headgate/flume structure and pipeline; 5) and miscellaneous appurtenances as depicted in the planset. A non-mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 a.m. on November 14, 2018 at the project site (WCR 48.5 and WCR 39 in LaSalle, Colorado). Requests for information are to be directed to Mr. Brad Hagen at Civil Resources, LLC (303-833-1416 x201). United Water & Sanitation District Date: October 25, 2018 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS UNITED WATER AND SANITATION DISTRICT Legal Notice No.: 24177 First Publication: November 1, 2018 Last Publication: Public November 15, 2018 Notice Publisher: The Elbert County News NOTICE OF PROPOSED 2019 BUDGET (Pursuant to 29-1-106, C.R.S.) ELBERT COUNTY, CO

Misc. Private Legals

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted on October 15th, Public Notice 2018 to the Board of County Commissioners of Elbert County, CO for the year of 2019. The proNOTICE OFisPURCHASE PROPERTY posed budget available forOF inspection by the AT TAX LIENFinance SALE Department, public in the Elbert County OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE 215AND Comanche Street, Kiowa, CO 80117. Such OF TREASURER'S DEED for a pubproposed budget has been scheduled lic hearing to be held on Wednesday, NovemTo Every Person in Actual Possession or ber 14th, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at 215 Comanche Occupancy of CO the hereinafter Land, Street, Kiowa, 80117. Any Described interested electLot Premises, the Person in Whose or oforElbert Countyand maytofile any objections to the Name the budget same was Taxed Specially proposed at any timeorprior to the final Assessed, all Persons of adoption ofand the to budget by thehaving Board Interest of County Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Commissioners. Whom It May Concern, and more especially to: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing by VANIA the Elbert County BoardPINEDO of County CommissionPO BOX 80835 ers to adopt the 184, 2019SIMLA, budgetCO and appropriate funds for said budget AND shall be held on WednesMARISELA SMITH AND SCOTT SMITH day December 19, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at 215 PO BOX 184,Kiowa, SIMLA, CO80117. 80830 Comanche Street, CO

Elbert County

You and each of you are hereby notified that on COUNTY MANAGER the ELBERT 19th day of November 2015, the then OF COUNTY, CO. County Treasurer of Elbert County, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to Legal Notice No.: 24181 SPRUCE AND GULL LLC8,the following deFirst Publication: November 2018 scribed property November situate in the County of Elbert, Last Publication: 8, 2018 State of Colorado, to-wit: Publisher: The Elbert County News Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 58 N2SW4: 32 10 58Subdivision: RURALO Certificate Number: 2015-02056 and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing by the Elbert County Board of County Continued from Last Page:CommissionPage 6 of 6 That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the ers to adopt the 2019 budget and appropriate delinquent property (and special assessment) funds for said budget shall be held on Wednestaxes assessed against said property for the day December 19, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at 215 ACCOUNTStreet, NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED ACCOUNT year 2014; NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED Comanche Kiowa, CO 80117.

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Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer's Deed.

Public Notice NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF PROPERTY AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER'S DEED

Misc. Private Legals

Misc. Private Legals

To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having Interest of Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to:

NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF PROPERTY AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER'S DEED

VANIA PINEDO PO BOX 184, SIMLA, CO 80835 AND MARISELA SMITH AND SCOTT SMITH PO BOX 184, SIMLA, CO 80830 You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 19th day of November 2015, the then County Treasurer of Elbert County, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC the following described property situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to-wit: Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 58 N2SW4: 32 10 58Subdivision: RURALO Certificate Number: 2015-02056 and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC. That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent property (and special assessment) taxes assessed against said property for the year 2014; That said property was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of VANIA PINEDO for said year 2014; That said SPRUCE AND GULL LLC on the 20th day of September 2018, the present holder of said certificate (who) has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said property; That a Treasurer's Deed will be issued for said property to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC on the 24th day of January 2019, unless the same has been redeemed; Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer's Deed.

This Notice of Purchase has also been published in Colorado Community Media on October 25, 2018, November 1, 2018 and November 8, 2018.

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Public Notice

Witness my hand this 11th day of October 2018 Richard Pettitt, Treasurer of Elbert County, Colorado Legal Notice No.: 24162 First Publication: October 25, 2018 Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News

To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having Interest of Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to:

Notice To Creditors Public Notice

VANIA PINEDO PO BOX 184, SIMLA, CO 80835 AND MARISELA SMITH AND SCOTT SMITH PO BOX 184, SIMLA, CO 80835

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Sena Sharalon Tweten Van Over, aka Sena S. Van Over, aka Sena Van Over, aka Sena Sharalon VanOver, aka Sena S. VanOver, aka Sena Vanover, Deceased Case No.: 18PR30043

You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 19th day of November 2015, the then County Treasurer of Elbert County, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC the following described property situate in the County of Elbert, State of Colorado, to-wit:

All persons having claims against the abovenamed estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to the District Court of Elbert County, Colorado on or before February 25, 2019 or the claims may be forever barred.

Section: 32 Township: 10 Range: 58 S2SW4Subdivision: RURALO

and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC.

Personal Representative: Anthony Santurro 2103 Montezuma Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80910 (719) 471-3769

That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent property (and special assessment) taxes assessed against said property for the year 2014;

Legal Notice No.: 24164 First Publication: October 25, 2018 Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News

Certificate Number: 2015-02057

That said property was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of VANIA PINEDO for said year 2014;

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Craig Edwin Orr, Deceased Case Number: 2018 PR 30045

That said SPRUCE AND GULL LLC on the 20th day of September 2018, the present holder of said certificate (who) has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said property;

All persons having claims against the abovenamed estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of Elbert County, Colorado for the above styled action on or before March 1, 2019, or the claims may be forever barred.

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This Notice of Purchase has also been published in Colorado Community Media on October 25, 2018, November 1, 2018 and November 8, 2018. Witness my hand this 11th day of October 2018 Richard Pettitt, Treasurer of Elbert County, Colorado Legal Notice No.: 24161 First Publication: October 25, 2018 Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News

That a Treasurer's Deed will be issued for said property to SPRUCE AND GULL LLC on the 24th day of January 2019, unless the same has been redeemed;

Cindy C. Orr Personal Representative PO Box 904 Elizabeth, Colorado 80107 720-270-4355

Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer's Deed.

This Notice of Purchase has also been published in Colorado Community Media on October 25, 2018, November 1, 2018 and November 8, 2018.

Legal Notice No: 24174 First Publication: November 1, 2018 Last Publication: November 15, 2018 Publisher: Elbert County News

Witness my hand this 11th day of October 2018 Richard Pettitt, Treasurer of Elbert County, Colorado Legal Notice No.: 24162 First Publication: October 25, 2018 Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Publisher: The Elbert County News

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ELBERT COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE

PARCEL | SECTION

SUBDIVISION COUNTY MANAGER OF ELBERT COUNTY, CO. ADDRESS TAX

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Legal Notice No.: 24181 TOTAL First Publication: November 8, 2018 R105149 WERNER BRANDON A Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Parcel: 7120400015 Publisher: The Elbert County News Section: 20 Township: 7 Range: 61 Subdivision: PONDEROSA RANGES Lot: 0003PAR IN E2 20 & W2 21 7 61; B314 Actual Value: $70,000 38490 RUSTY SPUR TRL Year 2017 Tax $1,320.16 Interest $92.41 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $1,437.57 R120516 WHITMAN RANDOLPH R Parcel: 4084120516 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 1/ INTEREST MINERAL RIGHTS FOR LOT 3 BLK 3 PINE RIDGE FIL#1 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Block: 003 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $18 Year 2017 Tax $0.80 Interest $0.06 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $55.86

PARCEL | SECTION That said property was taxed or specially SUBDIVISION assessed in the name(s) of VANIA PINEDO for ADDRESS said year 2014;ADV TAX INT TOTAL

That said SPRUCE AND GULL LLC on the 20th R103286 WILDY EDWARD ESTATE day of September 2018, the present holder of Parcel: 6028200027 said certificate (who) has made request upon Section: 28 Township: 6 Range: the Treasurer of said County for60 a deed to said SW4NW4:N2NW4: 120 A. property; Subdivision: RURALA Actual $3,250Deed will be issued for said That a Value: Treasurer's Year 2017toTax $52.04 Interest $3.64 LLC on the property SPRUCE AND GULL Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 24th day of January 2019, unless the same has Total $80.68 been Due: redeemed; R114835 WILIAMS ESTATE N D from said sale Said property may be redeemed Parcel: 4062114835 at any time prior to the actual execution of said Section: 10 Township: 6 Range: 62 Treasurer's Deed. ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 IN PRODUCTION) 1/44 INTEREST WHOLE This Notice of Purchase has also been SECTION ACREAGE: 640 LESS 40 ACRES published in Colorado Community Media on IN PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 13.68 October 25, 2018, November 1, 2018 and MINERAL Subdivision: SEVERED NovemberRIGHTS 8, 2018. MINERALS ALL: 10-06-62 (LESS NE4NW4 Witness my hand this 11th day of October 2018 IN PRODUCTION) 1/44 INTEREST WHOLE Richard Pettitt, Treasurer Elbert40County, SECTION ACREAGE: 640ofLESS ACRES IN Colorado PROD: 600 NET INTEREST MR ACRES: 13.68 MINERAL RIGHTS Legal Notice Actual Value: No.: $10024161 First 2017 Publication: October 25, $0.12 2018 Penalty $0.00 Year Tax $1.76 Interest Last Publication: November 8, 2018 Other $55.00 Publisher: The Elbert County News Total Due: $56.88

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

ACCOUNT NAME TO WHOM ASSESSED PARCEL | SECTION SUBDIVISION ADDRESS TAX INT ADV TOTAL

R102606 WILSON ROGER W Parcel: 4074180890 Section: 12 Township: 7 Range: 65 E2SE4 1/4 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES Section: 13 Township: 7 Range: 65 W2NW4 13 7 65 80 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES Section: 7 Township: 7 Range: 64 W2SW4 7 7 64 80 ACRES 1/8 INTEREST 10 NET ACRES AND Actual Value: $2,140 Year 2017 Tax $50.24 Interest $3.52 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $78.76

R102654 WILSON THEODORE D WILSON VERA MAE Parcel: 4075230900 Section: 23 Township: 7 Range: 65 SE4SW4 1/2 INTEREST 20 NET ACRES Section: 26 Township: 7 Range: 65 N2NE4-NE4NW4 1/2 INTEREST 60 NET ACRES MINERAL RIGHTS Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS Actual Value: $550 Year 2017 Tax $12.96 Interest $0.91 Penalty $0.00 Other $50.00 Total Due: $63.87

R115570 YOUNG ELMER LEONARD III YOUNG ELMER LEONARD JR YOUNG LINDA JOY Parcel: 8127300058 Section: 27 Township: 8 Range: 61 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 61 Subdivision: RURALA PAR INSW4: 27 8 61 15 A MOL & PAR IN W2: 34 8 61 45.094 A Actual Value: $1,627 Year 2017 Tax $27.48 Interest $1.92 Penalty $0.00 Other $45.60 Total Due: $75.00

R113470 WILSON THEODORE D WILSON VERA MAE Parcel: 4022113470 Section: 22 Township: 7 Range: 65 Subdivision: SEVERED MINERALS W 30’ & S 100’ OF SW4NW4: 22 7 65 3.8 A W2E2SW4: 40 A PAR IN E2E2SW4: 22 7 65 31.87 A 1/2 INTEREST 37.84 MRA Actual Value: $280 Year 2017 Tax $6.48 Interest $0.45 Penalty $0.00 Other $55.00 Total Due: $61.93

R108127 WOLF ROBERT L JR Parcel: 8409201013 Section: 9 Township: 8 Range: 64 Subdivision: PINE RIDGE FIL 2 Block: 007 Lot: 0003 Actual Value: $105,000 5149 PINE RIDGE DR Year 2017 Tax $612.68 Interest $42.89 Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $680.57

R114853 YOUNG ELMER LEONARD III YOUNG ELMER LEONARD JR YOUNG LINDA JOY Parcel: 8134100048 Section: 34 Township: 8 Range: 61 W2E2 Actual Value: $66,567 30150 RIDGE RD Year 2017 Tax $564.32 Interest $33.86Penalty $0.00 Other $25.00 Total Due: $623.18

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