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APASSION FORCOMPASSION SECORCares maintains the slogan, “Caring People Caring for People.” They care for and serve those in our community who are in need. They aim to educate the community about suburban poverty and how many in our area struggle with temporary setbacks like a loss of job, divorce, illness, or other circumstances that impact finances. History: SECOR began as a Christmas outreach program. It was started in the 1990s by the Southeast Christian Church in Parker and soon began collecting food donations in a small pantry on the weekends. It has grown so much since their beginning. SECORCares is now its own entity and serves individuals, organizations, and schools in Douglas, Elbert and Arapahoe County, including 42 different zip codes. In 2019, The Solomon Foundation built a beautiful and spacious new facility to house this comprehensive operation. SECORCares is able to rent the space, and the new building serves as a much better fit for their many services. Services: We met with Amy Pfister and had a tour of the new facility and process that guests go through to be a part of the SECORCares benefits. Amy told us how they do not refer to themselves simply as a food bank since there are so many other services available beyond the food. Because walking in the front door is the hardest part to seeking help, guests are welcomed in and are able to shop in the free food market on their first visit. SECORCares has multiple services to offer individuals to help on the first step to rebuild hope in their lives. The aim of SECORCares is to help people get back on their feet. In addition to the free food market, they take bagged food to certain schools for struggling families to eat over the weekend. They also provide financial education, free legal aid, resumé assistance, as well as dental and medical resources. They help people to become self-sufficient and to be able to move forward on their own after some time. About a year and a half ago a sponsor, Christian Brothers Automotive, built a specialized truck to hold containers and food for a portable free food market. This has allowed SECORCares to bring food to those who are unable to come to their building. They stop at schools and senior communities to allow those in need to shop in the mobile market! They partner with multiple food banks and government agencies to provide help. They also have many sponsors in the community like businesses, groups and farmers who have like-minded goals and give food and donations regularly, including Starbucks, Kneaders, Einstein Bagels, and Panera. Numbers: In 2019, SECORCares served 2000 families in their free food market and the mobile market served 23 schools - feeding around 850 families per week. They also made close to 100 visits in 2019 to low income senior housing and school communities. More than 150 volunteers contribute to the service SECORCares offers, as well as nine individuals who work part time or full time for the non-profit organization. How to Help: Members of the community can help the mission of SECORCares in multiple ways. Food and other donations can be collected and brought by individuals or groups. The website contains a wish list for items which are needed most. Monetary donations are also accepted on the website. Another way that people can help is to become a volunteer. Volunteers can sign up for different time slots or commitment levels. There is also a new program for 2020 called “A Family Like This.” Families in the community can donate $96 to SECORCares, who will then provide $600 worth of groceries to a help a local family. The goal is to have 1000 families adopted through this program for the year. The message that SECORCares wants to share with the community is to care for those around us. We have all chosen to make our homes here and send our kids to school and work in this area. It is our responsibility to help our neighbors and take care of those around us. What a beautiful message! For more information, go to secorcares.com. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, SECORCares is currently operating on a drive-thru model to limit exposure and contact. It has been working well. They served 435 families in the first 3 days. They have also also added an emergency relief fund to their website under the "make a donation" tab for extra help during this sensitive time. 6 SEARCHCASTLEROCK | APRIL 2020
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EDITOR'STAKE COMMUNITY We are in unprecedented times. The global pandemic that is COVID-19 has thrown our world upside down and left us asking more questions than we have answers for. Almost worse than the actual virus itself is the uncertainty of it all - will our economy recover, when will we be able to go back to work to support our family, will we have a job to go back to? For many of the small businesses here in Castle Rock, the answers to those questions could mean certain ruin. In these precarious weeks and months that follow, our instinct might be to gather what's "ours", hunker down, and ride out the storm. We pray the ill effects have a minimal impact on our lives and the lives of those we love. Our will to survive and desire to protect ourselves is a strong force. And of course, Social Distancing is the hottest phrase to come around since YOLO drove us all crazy! But what about our neighbors? How are they doing? Now don't misunderstand me, I am not advocating for civil disobedience in the face of the guidelines that are asking us to responsibly assist in slowing the spread of the virus. I believe it is of the utmost importance and view those that are disregarding it as selfish and/or reckless. But I don't believe this is an issue with only two sides. How can we protect ourselves and still serve our neighbor? How can we solidify our own incomes and help mitigate the effects of this pandemic in our community? I have talked with so many great people over the last several days. People who have been selfless, compassionate heros. They have thought of others before themselves and performed acts of kindness and charity that make our great community so unique. I'm sure there have been countless others that have gone unseen and unheralded as well. Whether it's been ordering dinner at a local restaurant online to make sure they are getting customers, delivering toilet paper to an elderly neighbor, sewing masks for the local hospital, or forgiving debts and financial obligations to ease someone's burdens, the people of Castle Rock are amazing. We are so grateful for the chance to rub shoulders with some of these great people. While this is a trying time, let's remember what wonderful blessings we have around us. The technology of today helps us stay connected during quarantine; the people of our community are second to none; and of course, the amazing gift of time with our families is now something we have in abundance! 8 SEARCHCASTLEROCK | APRIL 2020
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Dear Castle Rock, Without a doubt, these are trying times. COVID-19 has impacted every corner of our community. While it’s hard to predict exactly what the next few weeks or months hold, I firmly believe we will rise above it all.
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As The Star lit above our community serves as a beacon of hope during these uncertain times, I am hopeful. I will remain hopeful. We are a strong and united community that will persevere. The Town is working with federal, state and local governments, and public health agencies, to share information and resources to slow the spread of the virus and to link up with support systems. The Town is and will continue to provide essential services such as public safety, emergency response, water and road maintenance. You can connect with many of our other services online at CRgov. com/OnlineServices. We are committed to providing the level of service you’ve grown to know from the Town to the best of our ability given the current circumstances. There are amazing individuals and organizations within our community who are working tirelessly to support individuals. If you need help, call 303-688-4825 to learn about resources available to you within the community such as childcare, employment, food, financial assistance, and medical and mental health assistance. We all need to support one another – and this includes supporting local businesses as much as possible. These businesses are navigating unchartered waters and they’re doing their best to adapt and survive. The Town, and the services it provides, are also impacted by the vitality of our local businesses, as sales tax is our largest source of revenue for our operations. Keeping current public health guidelines in mind, help your friends, your neighbors and strangers. Take care of yourselves, your families and, most of all, those who cannot take care of themselves. The residents of Castle Rock are our most valuable resource. We are depending on each and every one of you. Thank you for being such a wonderful community. I am proud to be your Mayor. And remember, everyone is struggling in one way or another. Be kind, be gentle, be forgiving. Be well. Mayor Jason Gray Town of Castle Rock
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The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker will be hosting a Service Above Self Award Ceremony and Luncheon. This luncheon will honor nonprofit organizations, as well as individuals who have had an extraordinary impact on the community. Nominations have been submitted for Achievement in Leadership, Achievement as a Non-Profit Organization, Achievement in Service to Others, Achievement in Mentoring, Achievement as an Unsung Heroine/Hero, and for a Young Woman/Young Man of Achievement.
They meet at 11:45 am on Wednesdays at the Parker Library. The Rotary Luncheon will be held in the PACE Center. Mayor Mike Waid will be presenting awards at the event. It is sponsored by IREA and Champion Bank, along with Douglas County Libraries, Westerra Credit Union, Parker Trailer & RV, Parker Adventist Hospital, and Bevy’s as local sponsors. Sam Adams, a prize-winning comedian, will be the keynote speaker. Read more about him and his accomplishments on the rotary website. Originally planned for April 15th , the luncheon will be postponed due to current health concerns.
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker is a part of a worldwide service organization. They began in 2006 as a split off from the Parker Rotary Club, needing an alternate meeting time to accommodate different schedules.
Check www.ccrachieve.com for updated details. Buy tickets online to be a part of this memorable event to honor those who give so much to our community. Joshua Rivero: Current President
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THE GUIDE THE BEST PLACES TO DINE IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
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THE DONUT HOUSE
The Donut House is a Parker Gem. Owned by Moe Aladayleh, it is one of the great bastians of industry and entrepreneurship in the county, and it tastes amazing! Help support the many great small eateries in our community. Go buy a donut and tell Moe hi!
CHERRY VILLAGE ASIAN GRILL
Offering a Chinese and Vietnamese-centric menu in a relaxed atmosphere. 17001 Lincoln Ave, #A, Parker 303-840-7338 $$
A small, family owned, dinein and take-out restaurant that serves authentic homestyle Thai food. 10841 S. Crossroads Dr., Suite 10, Parker 303-805-3880 $$
A local go-to for quality home-style cuisine. This Parker fixture is known for a fresh, creative menu. 19751 E Mainstreet, Parker 720-851-8559 $$
Chinese and Thai dishes that are nothing less than the culinary equivalent of an exotic adventure. 9232 Park Meadows Dr, Lone Tree 303-768-9088 $$
A favorite sushi place in town with a unique blend of Japanese and French at its very best. 11211 S. Dransfeldt Rd., Parker 720-851-1005 $$
BAKERY/DESSERTs BEST BUDDIES
A favorite stop for a unique, cozy atmosphere. Made-from-scratch soups, sandwiches, salads and sweets. Friendly service with a smile. 200 Perry St., Castle Rock 303-660-1935 $$
LA BAGUETTE DE NORMANDY
Certified master chef and chocolatier Michael Dupont serves a little piece of France right here in Colorado. 16524 Keystone Blvd, Unit C, Parker 303-805-9130 $
LA PETITE CREPERIE
OLD WEST BBQ
The spot to grab madeto-order crepes. Sweet or savory, you can’t go wrong. 19751 Mainstreet, Parker 720-638-9722 $ (EC)
Don’t be fooled by this being a food truck; if you like southern BBQ, this is your place. Corner of Parker Rd and Longs Way, Parker $$$
Award-winning roadhouse doles out wood-smoked ribs, brisket, & pork. Don’t miss the garlic mashed potatoes. 8433 Park Meadows Center Dr., Suite 143B, Lone Tree 303-729-2506 $$
Hawaiian BBQ with a Texas twist. A local favorite and family friendly. 10471 S. Parker Rd., Parker 720-287-2516 $
The Parker tradition. Known for their baby back ribs, but don’t miss the pulled pork and barbeque chicken. 10335 S Parker Rd, Parker 303-805-9742 $$ (EC) A hidden gem with familyfriendly pricing. Don’t miss out on their breakfast burritos. 107 Wolfensberger Rd., Castle Rock 303-660-6340 $
BREW PUB 20 MILE TAP HOUSE
Best known for their burgers and wings. Make sure to catch Trivia Tuesdays. 12543 N Hwy 83, Parker 303-841-6782 $$
ROCKYARD BREWING CO.
Douglas County’s longest running brew pub. Steaks, burgers, pizza and Cream of Jalapeño soup! 880 Castleton Road, Castle Rock 303-814-9273 $$ APRIL 2020 | SEARCHCASTLEROCK 13
TAILGATE TAVERN & GRILL
Your neighborhood tavern for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Sports bar with live music not to miss on the weekends. 19552 E. Mainstreet, Parker 303-841-7179 $$
THE LIBRARY CO. BAR & KITCHEN
Offering great food & amazing drinks in a relaxed and warm atmosphere. Clear and simple menu options. 3911 Ambrosia St., Suite 101, Castle Rock 720-389-5986 $$
Comfort Italian food in a rustic, cozy, casual familyoriented format. 10047 Park Meadows Dr., Lone Tree 303-799-3661 $$
DANIELLE’S SCRATCH KITCHEN
Stylish, energetic eatery offering elevated Italian fare with an emphasis on great customer service. 872 Happy Canyon Rd. Suite 100, Castle Rock 303-524-9788 $$$
Authentic Italian eatery featuring pizza, pasta, calzones and heros. The local “go-to” for fresh Italian. 10920 S Parker Rd, Parker 303-841-9900 $$
A modern Italian restaurant focused on family recipes and premium ingredients. 210 Third St., Castle Rock 303-688-9000 $$
Neapolitan pizzas join modern Italian fare at this casual eatery featuring a full bar & patio. 10005 Commons St, Lone Tree 303-790-0828 $$
Intimate Mexican eatery for authentic cuisine in a relaxed ambiance. Great for parties. 7272 E Hwy 86, Franktown 303-663-7800 $$ 14 SEARCHCASTLEROCK | APRIL 2020
Unassuming local joint serving up straight-forward Mexican plates. 9771 S Parker Rd, Parker 720-842-5105 $$
Vibrant, cantina-style eatery offering Mexican cuisine in a laid-back atmopshere. 18951 E Mainstreet, Parker 720-842-5181 $$
Bare-bones, family-owned local Tex-Mex eats for breakfast, lunch & dinner. 19553 E Mainstreet, Parker 303-840-0325 $
LOS DOS POTRILLOS “Hole-in-the-wall” familyowned eatery. There’s a combo dish to please everyone. 19340 Cottonwood Dr., Parker 303-840-6574 $$
Don’t miss the Carnitas! And bring your appetite for the large portions. 10471 S. Parker Rd., Parker 303-841-0160 $$ (EC)
Quaint, family-owned neighborhood eatery with Greek & American menu, plus outdoor seating. 18366 Lincoln Ave., Parker 303-841-7074 $$ The Parker landmark located right downtown offers a locally-sourced menu. Great service and large portions. 19420 Mainstreet, Parker 720-389-8105 $$ (EC)
Comfort food and baked goods at their finest. Don’t see it on the menu? Ask for it! 11020 S Pikes Peak Dr., Parker 720-708-2889 $$ (EC)
High-end, wood-fired kitchen with a warm ambiance, preparing select American dishes. 10680 Cabela Dr., Lone Tree 303-662-8800 $$
Simple eatery offering breakfast grub such as cinnamon rolls & omelets. 16524 Keystone Blvd, Parker 303-841-1565 $
THE CHICKEN SHACK
Set in a former 1890s hotel. Plating hearty American fare like pan-fried chicken & burgers. 403 Wilcox St, Castle Rock 303-814-2233 $$
COLORADO CORK & KEG
Uniquely fun sports bar with a creative menu of brats and dogs. 971 Park St., Castle Rock 303-660-2399 $
A favorite gourmet burger joint. Imaginative menu with amazing handcrafted shakes. 3982 Limelight Ave, Castle Rock 303-814-2829 $$
A casual sit-down destination with a menu that reflects Colorado’s growing season. 2350 Meadows Blvd., Castle Rock 720-455-3664 $
Chicken wings, fingers, fries, and burgers. Great owners that always make you feel welcome. 11211 S Dransfeldt Rd., Parker 720-504-5044 $
Casual place with eclectic eats and many wines by the glass & bottle. 19501 Mainstreet, Parker 303-736-8463 $$
A traditional family-style Italian pizza restaurant with a Brooklyn flair. 12947 S Parker Rd., Parker 720-851-5300 $
Delicious Neapolitan-style pizza that makes each dish an individual work of art! And don’t forget dessert. 12311 Pine Bluffs Way, Parker 303-840-0518 $
A refreshing take on madefrom-scratch pizza. So fresh they don’t even have a freezer! 17860 Cottonwood Dr., Parker 303-386-3333 $$
New York pizzas & other red sauce staples in a low-key setting. Can’t miss the garlic knots. 16526 Keystone Blvd, Parker 303-220-7422 $$
NY-style pizza, wings, & casual Italian eats, in kidfriendly quarters. 5650 Allen Way, Castle Rock 303-814-8686 $$
DCL has made the difficult but necessary decision to close all of its libraries, effective Tuesday, March 17, until further notice, in addition to canceling, postponing and/or rescheduling all public events and space reservations. DCL takes great pride in being open to all and being a place where the community can explore, learn, gather and celebrate, but also wants to ensure that staff and the community remain safe and well.
Rustic restaurant featuring beef & seafood dishes, plus a sports tavern with an Irish vibe. 363 Village Square Lane, Castle Pines 303-814-2487 $$$
FOGO DE CHAO
Upscale Brasilian steakhouse with all-you-can-eat meat carved tableside. Guaraná is a must, and try the Creme de Papaya. 8419 Park Meadows Center Dr., Lone Tree 303-481-4001 $$$ (EC)
Chops, seafood, wine, & cocktails served in an upscale setting with a lounge & live jazz. 8433 Park Meadows Center Dr., Lone Tree 303-792-2571 $$$
Texas-themed steakhouse with a great menu and wonderful atmosphere. 11205 S. Parker Rd, Parker 303-805-5848 $$
TRAPPER’S CHOP HOUSE
Upscale hideaway local favorite featuring their signature Volcanic Hot Rock sear-it-yourself experience. 19308 Cottonwood Dr., Parker 303-248-2132 $$$
UNIQUE VISTAVINO MODERN
Quaint Tuscan grill made fresh from local fare. Every dish is a winner! 611 Wilcox St., Castle Rock 303-814-2487 $$
While DCL’s physical libraries are closed, customers can take advantage of the following digital resources and accommodations: The digital library is always open - and it’s enhanced to accommodate more digital checkouts and less wait time. Check out e-books; audiobooks; downloadable magazines; movies, TV and kids videos; and music. Customers may Skip the Line on OverDrive and through the Libby app for instant checkout of items. A variety of digital library perks are available, from audio-guided workouts, to crafting classes, to online learning and more. Those who do not currently have a DCL library card can get instant access to the digital collection with a digital library card through OverDrive’s Instant Digital Card and Hoopla’s Engage. Virtual Storytime is available through Storyblocks, a project of Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy (CLEL). What else to know: DCL will waive fines and/or extend due dates on physical items checked out. Book donations will not be accepted during the closure. Prospector and Interlibrary Loan will be unavailable as most other library systems are also closed. All DCL book drops are closed. Customers may hold onto their library materials. No current checkouts will come due, and no fines will accrue during the closure. Current holds in DCL’s system will not expire. Materials Request and Book Club Express kits will be unavailable. Current items/kits that are checked out will not come due or accrue fines during the closure. DCL has increased cleaning and disinfection throughout the libraries, which will continue until advised that COVID-19 is no longer a potential threat. Douglas County Libraries elevates our community by inspiring a love of reading, discovery and connection.
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