Estes Park News, September 9, 2022

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XXII-1134 September 9, 2022Estes Park News is printed weekly and is always free online daily for the most current updates. 40FREEPAGES ScotFest Weekend The best “All Celtic parade” in North America is this Saturday, September 10, at 9:30 a.m. See pipe & drum bands, the Marine Band, dogs of the British Isles, clans, Scottish athletes, dancers, British cars and more. See page 20 for more about this weekend’s 2022 Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival. Photo by Estes Park News

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At approximately 8:50 p.m. on Thursday, September 1, 2022, Rocky Mountain Na tional Park received a call from a visitor traveling on Trail Ridge Road who saw a vehicle off road. A small SUV with one oc cupant had driven off Trail Ridge Road east of Gore Range Overlook, and the ve hicle came to rest approximately 500-feet down the steep slope. While the occupant was being rescued, Trail Ridge Road was temporarily closed for two hours. The occupant, a 54-year old man from Florida, walked up from the vehicle with assistance from park staff and the Estes Valley Fire Protection District and was transported out of the park by Estes Park Health ambulance. Trail Ridge Road was temporarily closed again the morning of September 2, for ap proximately four hours as park staff and Monarch Towing Company worked to ex tract the vehicle and all associated debris. In addition to the park's Search and Res

Silver (Highway 7, Fish Creek Road, Events Complex and Estes Valley Commu Catch the Glow (Nov. 25). Bustang to Estes service will continue running every weekend through Elk Fest (Oct. 1-2). Tickets to ride Bustang to Estes can be purchased https://ridebustang.com/estes-park/.atEstesTransitserviceisprovidedby the Town of Estes Park and supported by spon sorships. For more information about Estes Transit service, please www.estes.org/shuttles.visit

TheGreenCenter)(Express)RedRoute(downtown/Elkhorn Av enue) will continue daily service from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 16. Estes Transit will be providing free, spe cial event service for a number of fall and winter events, including Scot Fest (Sept. 10-11), Autumn Gold and Rails in the Rockies (Sept. 24-25), Elk Fest (Oct. 1-2), Tree Lighting Ceremony (Nov. 19) and View of the vehicle off road approximately 500 feet below Trail Ridge Road.

NPS search and rescue staff and EstesValley Fire Protection District work to set up lines to help the occupant walk up the steep slope to Trail Ridge Road. cue team and law enforcement staff, we would like to thank partner agencies who provided key support on this incident, including the Estes Valley Fire Protection District and Estes Park Health. This incident is under investigation. No further information is available.

Staff work to safely extract the vehicle from a location 500-feet belowTrail Ridge Road. Photos courtesy Rocky Mountain National Park.

2 » Friday, September 9, 2022 epnews.com 6,400 copies were printed this week, and distributed FREE to hundreds of Estes Valley locations including Allenspark, Glen Haven & Lyons. A National Online Audience With Loyal Local Readership Ph: (970) 586-5800 Fax: (970) 692-2611 Opinions of our columnists are not necessarily the opinions of this newspaper. Owners/Publishers: Gary & Kris Hazelton Editor: Kris Hazelton Operations Manager: Andrew ads@estesparknews.comDonaldson Office Manager: Tim office@epnews.comBuck Press releases: kris@estesparknews.com All editorial, photo content & graphic design is copyright of Estes Park News, Inc. & can not be reproduced without the expressed written con sent of Estes Park News, Inc. ©2022 For subscription information contact us.

Estes Transit Adjusts To 2022 Fall Schedule, Offers Special Event Service

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Section Of Trail Ridge Road In Rocky Mountain National Park Closed Early Sept. 1 For Vehicle Extraction

The last day of regular summer service for the following Estes Transit routes will be Sunday, Sept. 11: Gold (Fall River Road and The Stanley Hotel)Blue(Big Thompson Avenue, Dry Gulch Road and Stanley Village) Brown (downtown, East Riverside Drive and Highway 66)

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EVFPD firefighters generally respond to medical calls in their personal vehicles, al lowing for a faster response. On other in cidents, firefighters respond to a fire sta tion to respond in department apparatus with specialized equipment. During the week of August 28, the Estes Valley Fire Protection District (EVFPD) responded to 14 calls for serv ice. This included:

The Rocky Mountain Craft Spirits Fes tival, presented by Elkins Whisky, returns to the Estes Park Event Center Saturday, Oct. 22 from 1–4 p.m. This festival show cases the finest spirits the Colorado Rockies have to offer. Festival goers will receive a commemorative tasting glass to sample spirits from over 25 dif ferent craft distilleries, lis ten to live music, hear talks featuring industry experts, play bar games and much more. Tickets for the festival are $40. For those looking to dive a little deeper into Craft Spirits, Whiskey University is hosting a Colorado Whiskey class. This special educational and tasting event is taught by Executive Bourbon Steward, Whisky Ambassador and Chartered Master Bourbon Taster, Dr. Howell Wright. The Whiskey University class runs from 10 a.m.-noon the day of the Festi val and includes a special etstoandipants,ourdesignedcurriculumarounddistilleryparticboxedlunch,earlyadmissiontheFestival.Tickare$90andspace is limited to 20 stu dents.Formore information and to purchase tickets please visit www.EPSpirits.com. Lodging specials for attendees can be found through event sponsors, Quality Inn of Estes Park and Murphy’s Resort.

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On 9/02/2022 at 8:02 a.m. police were called to a disturbance in the 200 block of 2nd Street. On scene they contacted a 35 year old male from Estes Park and charged him with a violation of bail bond conditions, domestic violence, third de gree assault, child abuse and failure to se curely store a firearm. He was arrested and transported to the Larimer County Jail.

On 9/04/2022 at 9:20 a.m. police con tacted a transient 48 year old female in the 300 block of East Elkhorn Avenue. The female was found to be wanted on a warrant for failure to appear. She was ar rested and transported to the Larimer County Jail.

The Town of Estes Park invites input from residents and visitors via a survey proposing signage locations and messag ing for the Downtown Wayfinding Plan (DWP). The survey features proposed sign locations and messages that were developed following community input gathered in July 2022. To access the sur vey link, visit the project webpage at estes.org/wayfinding through Wednes day, Sept. 14.

Downtown Wayfinding Survey Open To Public Through Sept. 14

Sip, Sample, and Celebrate Colorado’s Craft Distilleries

The charge(s) are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

On 9/01/2022 at 3:00 p.m. police were called to a report of a trespass in the 400 block of Wonderview Avenue. On scene, police contacted a 53 year old male from Estes Park who was arrested and charged with second degree burglary and theft. The male was transported to the Larimer County Jail.

• Emergency medical (assist EPH): 2

• Smoke Investigation: 5 • HazMat Cleanup: 1 • High Angle Rope Rescue: 1 • Motor Vehicle Crash (MVC): 3 • Alarm Activation: 2

The primary goal of the DWP is to draw and direct residents and visitors to explore businesses, attractions, and amenities within downtown Estes Park. Creating a thematic signage program is intended to connect pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles to shopping areas, parks, trails and community attractions. The DWP is led by the Public Works Department with assistance from the project consultant. Learn about the DWP by visiting estes.org/wayfinding. For more information, please contact project manager Amy Wiles at amy.wiles@eholdings.com.

On 9/03/2022 at 5:15 p.m. police re sponded to a motor vehicle accident in the 300 block of Wonderview Avenue. The 30 year old male driver from Little ton, Colorado was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol and was charged with DUI, DUI per se, careless driving and failure to present evidence of insurance. He was arrested and trans ported to the Larimer County Jail.

At one booth, artist Lisa Nevot pulled us in with a friendly wave. Lisa shared that she lives in Fort Collins and loves coming up here to paint outdoors. After I made Lisa aware of the Plein Air opportunity occurring here each August, she made me aware of the water dish she provides pets in her booth, offering up that it’s the only amenity she found wanting in the organi zation of the entire show.

Last Saturday was bright and sunny, a perfect day for the start of the 2022 Estes Park Labor Day Arts and Crafts Show at Bond Park. Hosted by the Estes Valley Sunrise Rotary Club, the proceeds from the show benefit local and global Rotary projects.Wearing

At another booth, artist Rebecca Brown ing told us about coming here from Taos many times over the years as a tourist and staying at the KOA campground. She shared with us that this was the first time she was displaying her pottery at the show and was quite pleased by the friendly volunteers and enthusiastic first day crowds. A bit farther on, we spotted our friend Claire Beesley, with her quilts on display in a booth she was sharing with face painters. Drawing closer, we saw Lucee and Tegan, daughters of Wendy and Zach Bruchwalski, having their faces painted. As they giggled and laughed, Claire told us about making quilts for 20 years and participating in the craft show. Next, we stopped by to talk with Alan Martens from Loveland, the kettle corn master craftsman who’s a mainstay at events in Estes. The slogan at his booth is “Lighten up and let it pop.” Anyone who encounters Alan knows the slogan fits him to a tee. He’s here for the art and craft show this weekend, is at the Farmer’s Market each week and will par ticipate in his 21st Scottish Festival next week. Way to ‘pop” Alan! In the car, as we headed home, Roger started teasing me, saying that me, wear ing the mayor shirt and badge certainly encouraged artists and tourists to say nice things about Estes Park, its towns people and the Sunrise Rotary Club. Pushing back on Roger, I said I didn’t think the shirt or badge had anything to do with it, that Estes Park is a good place with good people. Then, I suggested we test his theory when we go to the 46th Scottish Irish Highland Festival on Sep tember 9-11th and the 47th Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies Arts and Craft show on September 17 -18th. Please join us as we do.

Rebecca Browning sells her pottery at the 2022 Estes Park Labor Day Arts and Crafts Show at Bond Park.

Claire Beesley from Estes Park has been making quilts and attending craft shows for 20 years. Alan Martens, the kettle corn master craftsman from Loveland is a regular at festivals and craft shows in Estes Park. Their faces freshly painted, Estes Park locals Lucee and Tegan Bruchwalski pose for a picture with Claire Beesley.

my mayor’s shirt and name badge, I left home mid-morning, with husband Roger to go check things out on the first day of the show. At Bond Park, we started going booth-to-booth. To my delight, one artist after another thanked me for the helpful volunteers that were “doing it right” by helping participants with booth set up. After making clear that I had nothing to do with the setup, I told each of the artists that I’d share their thanks with the Rotarians.

Lisa Nevot discusses her artwork with Mayor Wendy Koenig at the 2022 Estes Park Labor Day Arts and Crafts Show.

A Perfect Blend Of Arts, Crafts And People

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Friday, September 9, 2022 « 5epnews.com Join us as we catch THEGAMEBIG Join us for food, beer, & football broncos & Nfl kick off party September 12 | 5 pm | the Barrel SPONSORED BY Respect. Reflect. With Every Step From the Estes Valley Fire District We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our first 9/11 Memorial 5k and stair climb this year! The event will be held this Sunday, September 11th and will honor those who lost their lives 21 years ago. The event is open to all, with details and registration nfff.akaraisin.com/ui/estesparkhere:Eventslikethishelpustohonor those who came before and were willing to sac rifice for the good of their communities. It's also an opportunity to recognize all those who flinch forward every day to serve.Thanks to all those who have sup ported so far, includ ing the Town of Estes Park, Estes Valley Recreation and Park District, Flinch tion.fightertionalsupportthisRunningtheofEstesPostAmericanForward,Legion119,VisitPark,BankColoradoandEstesParkClub.ProceedsfromeventwilltheNaFallenFireFounda Schedule for the 2022 Estes Park 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb & 5K WalkSunday, September 11, 2022 Estes Park Visitor Center 500 Big Thompson Avenue Estes Park, CO Stair Climb Schedule Onsite Registration: 7:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony: 8:00 a.m. Climb Start: 8:46 a.m. Climb End: 11:00 a.m. 5K Walk Schedule Onsite Registration: 5:30 a.m. 5K Start: 6:40 a.m. This event is open to the VrainStationp.m.8:00up4tion$35mation:ImportantcommunityinforRegistrationisOnlineregistraclosedSept.thEarlypacketpickstartedSept.1Monday-Fridaya.m.-5:00attheEstesValleyFire901N.SaintAvenueEstesPark,CO. 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb And 5K Event In Estes Park This Sunday

Volunteers from across the Estes Valley came out in great numbers to show their support for recycling at Estes Recycles Day on Saturday, August 27. Estes Recycles Day is entirely organized and run by volunteers, with planning starting in spring each year. Without the enthusiasm and hard work of these will ing participants, the event would not be possible. The town generously provides the location (the main parking at the Events Complex) where the large space benefits traffic flow to the various sta tions.Seventy-five volunteers from the League of Women Voters Community Recycling Committee, the Rotary Club (both Sunrise Rotary and the Noon Ro tary Club of Estes Park), and other com munity friends helped more than 274 households to properly dispose of per sonal documents, scrap metal and elec tronics.Donations for shredding help support Rotary scholarships for our local high school students, while fees for electron ics cover the costs for transportation and safe disposal through EcoCycle/CHaRM in Boulder. Scrap metal was transported to a front range loca tion that accepts metal for recycling. The Community Recycling Committee has recently collaborated with the state organization PaintCare, helping to es tablish leftover paint drop-off sites at lo cal businesses: Estes Park Lumber and Park Supply Paint. This meant there was no need for a separate paint station at this year’s event, as paint can now be re cycled whenever those stores are open. (Be sure to call first or visit www.paint care.org/products/ to find out exactly what is accepted.) Could you benefit from 14 helpful re cycling tips? Visit estesrecycles.org and scroll to “How to Recycle Right” to re view a range of tips, some of which may surprise you.

Estes Recycles Day: Volunteers Made It Happen ESTES RECYCLES

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And these are only the first-shift volunteers. Thanks to all our volunteers!

Nonprofit Resource Center

Park Nonprofit Resource Cen ter works to connect, support and inspire our nonprofit community. We create a Culture of Philanthropy in Estes Park.

Third, community members are encour aged to nominate a philanthropist of the year in any of the following categories: Youth, Business, Enduring Service, Katie Speer Philanthropist of the Year, and the (new in ‘22) Shavlik Nonprofit of the Year. People work hard in this community. Help us shout out some gratitude to the kid in school who is finding their giving heart, that lady who always volunteers, the non profit you find makes great impact in our community, your favorite giving business, anyone who is doing good in the neigh borhood. Nominations open September 19 and close October 14. Nominate, RSVP, and register at epnon profit.orgTheEstes

Nonprofit Resource Center

Two different fall events invite nonprof its to vitationcommunity,philanthropyavemberthetothropyregistration.Bothlocalandnization’spresentinformallytheirorgaservicesupdatestothecommunity.requirepre-NationalPhilanDayreturnstheYMCAofRockiesonNo10.Thisiscelebrationofinouranintoallvolunteers,

speakers presenting on Universal Pre-K and Immigration Law. There is a long window of time (from noon - 6 p.m.) to visit with repre sentatives from clubs, thropyNationaltersourceCommunityparticipatezationsnumberpergroupsgrams,governmentnonprofits,prointerestandmore.ThereisnouplimittotheoforganithatcanintheReFair;regisviaevics.org.PhilanDayislim ited to 24 staffed nonprofit table spaces, however more table space will be avail able for nonprofits to leave information should they prefer to network and min gle. Register via epnonprofit.org. For any questions about either of these events, email info@epnonprofit.org. The Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center works to connect, support, and inspire our area nonprofits, both within the non profit network and between the nonprof its and our community at large.

Second, any nonprofit interested in pre senting information must register ahead of time. National Philanthropy Day is limited to 24 staffed nonprofit table spaces, how ever more table space will be available for nonprofits to leave information should they prefer to network and mingle.

Save the date! National Philanthropy Day is back in person. Registration opens Sep tember 19 for all elements of the event: individuals may RSVP for the event, community members may nominate a philanthropist of the year (Youth, Business, Enduring Serv ice, Katie Speer, and Shavlik Nonprofit of the Year awards), and nonprofits may register for a table. Registration and more information available at epnonprofit.org

donors, non profits, board members, and those who are “giving-curious” to a night of great food and drinks, philanthropy awards, and a presentation on the state of philan thropy in our community.

Calling Nonprofits To The Table

National Philanthropy Day returns to the YMCA of the Rockies on November 10. This is a celebration of philanthropy in our community, an invitation to all volunteers, donors, nonprofits, board members, and those who are “giving-curious” to a night of great food and drinks, philanthropy awards, and a presentation on the state of philanthropy in our community. Non profit organizations are invited to attend this event in order to share information and updates related to their organization. Think of this as nonprofit prom meets state of the union. The event is free; dinner and drinks are provided.

By: Karen McPherson, Estes Park

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National Philanthropy Day Is Back

A (new) Community Resource Fair on October 4th, hosted by EVICS Family Re source Center, at the Event Center invites all community members to learn about the myriad of services and opportunities available in the Estes Valley. There will be

There are three ways to play: 1) attend the event, 2) represent your nonprofit at the event, and 3) nominate a philanthro pist to be recognized in front of their peers and community (‘cause they deserve it!).

By: Karen McPherson, Estes Park

First, this event is open to any and all in terested in or participating in creating a culture of philanthropy in our community. It is free. Come! RSVP starting on Septem ber 19 at epnonprofit.org.

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By: Karen McPherson, Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center

Guests love to stay and play in the Estes Valley. There are roughly 400+ guests for every resident and ALL of us rely on andresidents–healthythistionsprofiticessupportopportunitygivesGuestetc.joyservices,emergencyprograms,tion,its:localprovidedenjoydirectly)directly(eitherorinorservicesbynonprofconservafamilytheofmurals,TheGivingprogramvisitorsantotheservandnonorganizathatmaketown–anditsstrong.TheGivingGuest

TOUR THE STANLEY HOME MUSEUM

Registration For Giving Guest Now Open

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If these walls could talk, they would tell you a compelling tale of mountain life in early Estes Park through the eyes of the Flora & Freelan ("F.O.") Stanley and the domestic help who maintained their house, property, and way of life. To enter the door of the Stanleys’ 1904 Colonial Revival home is to pass through a frame into a painting, one with a time and life of its own. Be inspired as you take a step back in time with a guided tour of the original mountain home of the Stanleys. Advance reservations are suggested and tickets can be puchased online at www.StanleyHome.org

program is designed to allow guests (and locals alike) to choose a nonprofit sector that is mean ingful to them and makes an impactful connection with the community. Local nonprofit sectors Giving Guests can support include: Arts and Culture; Con servation, Recreation, and Environ ment; Emergency and Human Serv ices, Community and UnitedshipGuesteconomies.tourism-basedacommunityback,standardpectedAprillaunchedThisseeingguest.org.nationsdesignedvisitlies.YouthWellness;HealthcareEducation;andandandFamiAnyonecantheplatformfordoatepgivGohowitworks!programlastandisextobecomeaforgivingbothinourandasmodelforotherGivingisapartnerbetweenWayof

Larimer County, Estes Chamber, and Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center. Nonprofit organizations who would like to participate in this collaborative fundraising effort are invited to sign up via epnonprofit.org by October 1, 2022.

The full tour experience lasts two hours, with each tour beginning at the Estes Park Visitors Center. A well-marked shuttle will pickup guests from the east parking lot (near the electric vehicle charging stations), at the top of the hour.

We have 4.6 M guests who are proud to visit Estes Park. They are part of this com munity. If every guest gave one dollar to sup port the services provided by nonprofits in the Estes Valley….that would be a huge im pact. The Giving Guest program is in its first year; nonprofits who are not currently regis tered are invited to “jump in” and benefit from this program.

Estes Park Quota Club is ready to em bark on another year of community service.Everyyear the Student Grant Commit tee awards funds to Estes Valley resi Estes Park Quota Offers Student Grants dents desiring to further or continue their education at an institution of higher learning.Checkout our ad on page 17 in this week’s EP News to request an application.

Estes Park Woman's Club begins the 2022-2023 year with their first meeting at the historic Mac Gregor Ranch, 1301 Clara Drive, on Wednesday, Sep tember 14, 2022. The meeting begins at 11:30 a.m. ending around 1 p.m. Members and guests will enjoy fellowship and a box lunch from the Big HornAfterRestaurant.lunchaninformative program featuring Jayne Zmijewski and her dog Kodi ToHo, a chocolate Labrador Re triever trained as a search and rescue dog. Jayne works with the Larimer County Search and Rescue team as well as the Search and Rescue Dogs of the United States, Colorado chapter.

An Estes Park U. S. Army veteran will speak about his long journey from jumping out of air planes to teaching others to fly helicopters through foul weather in battlefield conditions. Retired Maj. Virgil Yarbrough will share his experiences dur ing a presentation at the Estes Park Aviation Club on Wednesday, SeptemberYarbrough14.joined the U. S. Army at the age of 16, volunteering as a paratrooper. After Jump School at Fort Bragg, N.C., Yarbrough was assigned to the elite 82nd Airborne Division, then the historic 11th Airborne Division at Fort Camp bell, Ky. He was then stationed in Ger many.In1959 he returned to the United States for Ranger School, then served in Korea for 15 months. After completing Officer Candidate School at Fort Ben ning, Georgia, Yarbrough applied to hel icopter flight school. He flew Hiller H23 (the Raven) helicopters at Fort Wolters, Texas, then the Sikorski H-19 at Fort Rucker, Alabama, where he became an instructor pilot. In 1965 Yarbrough deployed to Vietnam with the 145th Aviation Battalion in Saigon and Bien Hoa to fly the early model HUEY gunships, which required significant arma ment modifications by their crews. After his first tour he was assigned to the 14th Armored Cavalry, pa trolling the Czechoslovakia-Ger man border. In early 1968 he trained on the new AH 1G Cobra gunships. He returned to Vietnam in one of the first Cobra units, working with the 25th Infantry Division in Cú Chi with a dual mission: protect troop carrier helicopters and serve as fire teams to support ground units.

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Yarbrough comments that in Vietnam helicopters were critical and fatalities were high, with losses of more than 4,000 helicopter pilots and crew mem bers, and more than 5,000 helicopters out of 11,800 deployed. At the time helicopter pilots in Viet nam lacked in-depth instrument train ing. The assumption that helicopter pi lots could evade bad weather was challenged by factors such as terrain, monsoon, weight, altitude, heat, and air density. When Yarbrough returned to the U. S. in 1969, he helped start the first helicopter instrument flight program, at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, Ga.Yarbrough retired in 1974. He was awarded the Silver Star in 1969 for valor in Vietnam.Joinusat the American Legion Building, 850 N. St. Vrain Ave. to hear Mr. Yarbrough’s story. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

‘Tales Of A Vietnam Helicopter Pilot’ At The Next Aviation Club Meeting

COMING TO ESTES PARK INTERNATIONAL CHURCH AT THE LODGE

The Estes Park Woman's Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month September through May at various locations. Any woman interested in joining the club or attending the luncheon should contact the club at deessclub1912@gmail.com.EstesParkWomanAttenwillbecontactedviaemail to make reservations and menu choices. Deadline for luncheon reservations is Friday, September 9th

Estes Park Woman's Club Meeting September 14

For 110 years the Estes Park Woman's Club has been influential supporting the library, EP schools, RMNP, Salud Clinic, Crossroads, and other non-profit organ izations in the Estes Valley area.

REV. ALLEN SHOOK

Pastor Allen has raised the dead Allen Shook Pastor, In 1986 he founded Faith Christian Fellowship of Fort Worth Texas. His Son Jesse Shook now pastors the church. (Ovation Church). He Pastored Heritage of Faith Church under Dr. Jerry Savelle and was an instructor at the Heritage of Faith Bible School. Pastor Allen has traveled to Indonesia, Nigeria, Kenya, Mexico, and Albania doing missions and establishing churches. Pastor Allen Loves his walk with Jesus and wants to share Him with the World. He and his wife Denise now live in Itasca, Texas.

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Save the date. Rails in the Rockies is coming to town on September 24 and 25 at the Estes Park Event Center. This model railroad show is hosted by the Estes Valley Model Railroad ers. It will be their 25th An niversary celebration putting on this show for the enjoy ment of sharing the fun and expertise of model railroad ing.Ifyou haven’t been for awhile…or never been… consider spending a few hours looking at a LEGO train layout, admiring the art work on the various layouts, browsing the vendors, playing the Seek and Search game, watching the complication of a train switching yard, enjoying children having fun with an interactive train lay out, learn some history about trains and toy trains and watch a demon strations of modeling, scenery construction. All this for only $10.00 with children 12 and under free and a special $20 rate for families. Cash is pre ferred.Rails in the Rockies, Septem ber 24 10-5, September 25 9-4, Estes Park Event Center, adults $10.00 and children 12 and under free. Free parking and free shuttle to downtown Estes Park. Come join us. All aboard!

Rails In The Rockies Celebrates 25th Anniversary

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Judy Amabile

See Janice’s website at JaniceForCol orado.com.Housecandidate, Judy Amabile, al ready has served one term in the Col orado House previously representing portions of the Counties of Boulder, Grand, Jackson, Gilpin, Summit, and Clear Creek. After redistrict ing, Judy’s House District 49 includes portions of Boulder, Larimer, Gilpin, and Clear Creek Counties. Judy has an MBA from CU Boulder. She is Co-founder of Polar Bottle, a Boulder manufacturer. During Judy’s term in the Colorado House, she success fully sponsored measures con cerning mental health care, fire insurance reform, gun safety, and criminal justice re form. She looks forward to continuing to develop legisla tion to further help Colorado’s families and retirees. See Judy’s website at JudyAma bile.com.BothJanice and Judy sup port protecting our voting rights and preserving our precious democracy. Please come on the 18th to meet these two excellent candidates for our Colorado Senate and House in 2022.Ifyou are closer to Pinewood Springs, or are not available on the 18th, Janice will be in Pinewood Springs on Septem ber 21 at 6:00 p.m. at the Colorado Cherry Company. Judy also is hoping to join Janice at that gathering on the 21st The Estes Park event is an outdoor shelter house event. We are mask

Colorado Legislative Candidates Coming To The Estes Valley

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Jancie Marchman

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Help The Elk Stay Untangled

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The elk rut in the Estes Valley is under way and Colorado Parks and Wildlife now urges us to please look around our homes, yards and businesses for items that the elk may get tangled up in. Just last week a large bull got his antlers caught in the ropes of a swing-set swing. The bull walked by and tried to spar with the swing, causing the entanglement. Passers-by called Colorado Parks and Wildlife to get help and a wildlife officer arrived and drug immobilized the bull and freed him. Luckily, this story had a happy counters such as the entangled elk shown on this page. Lets make sure to look over our yards and bring in anything that might pose an entrapment hazard for our resident elk with which we share our beautiful moun tainAlso,community.CPWwants to remind everyone to enjoy watching the elk rut, but please do so at a safe and respectable distance to the animals. Even though it is fun and educa tional to watch this display remember, these are wild animals, in the midst of their mating season. The bulls are con cerned with one thing, and one thing only, mating with as many of the females in their harem as they can. The elk don’t care who or what is in their way, their goal is to pass down their genes to their offspring. It is extremely dangerous to get too close to these wild animals. Avoid potential accident, injury or death by always viewing from a safe distance. If an animal is carefully watch ing you and appears "jumpy," you are way too close. Avoid eye contact and back away. Raise your arms to make yourself look larger. For photographers, a good rule of thumb is "give them room, use your zoom.” Never attempt to touch or feed wildlife, it's dangerous and illegal. There's a reason it's called wildlife ending but if help doesn’t arrive quickly enough, elk have been known to struggle so hard that they fracture their skulls and tragically die in these entrapments. When bull elk are pumped up with testosterone, anything that moves can be of interest. Swings, hammocks, volleyball nets and tire swings blowing in the wind pose a challenge for the elk and they will approach these items and try to spar with them. This can be a very dangerous prac tice as their antlers can easily become en tangled in these items we have all around our homes and yards. CPW is urging all residents to bring these items in for the fall, to avoid any en

By: Kris Hazelton

What began forty-six years ago when a small group met for a few hours by the water wheel on West Elkhorn has evolved into a multi-day extravaganza celebrating everything Celtic. Estes Park’s resident historian James Pickering describes the festival as “something more than entertainment and good fun for an early fall afternoon, though it is that. It is also, by turns, the celebration of heritage and tradition, family and friends, patriotism and pride—an un forgettable experience for young and old alike.” A tip o’ the tam to founder Jim Durward and his hard-working team. Fair play to ye all. Slainte! “May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.” Edward Abbey Reader response ftm7522@gmail.comwelcome:

Ezra and Tia are three year old siblings that are very loving, sweet, calm and friendly. They are kennel trained and complete angels in the car and for the vet. Ezra is the more chocolate one and he weighs about 78 pounds and Tia, the orange one, weighs about 68 pounds. They get along with other dogs and hardly ever bark. They seem to be really happy together so we are hoping some one would be interested in adopting both.

Estes Park Pet Association is trying to help find someone who will love these sweet dogs. Please call (970) 286-1652 if you’d like to meet them. All pets are offered through the Pet As sociation of Estes Park, a non-profit or ganization that is your local humane soci ety.You can make a tax-deductible donation to the Pet Association by sending your check to P.O. Box 4342, Estes Park, CO 80517.

If the sight of burly men tossing a tele phone poles and hay bales high into the air doesn’t arouse your spirit you must be English—or worse.

If shepherd’s pie and a black and tan (what we Irish call half and half), or a turkey leg and Macallan 18 won’t pleas ure your palate, you probably are Eng lish—or worse.

Throughout the year Estes Park serves up a smorgasbord of sounds, sights and tastes: Autumn Gold, Catch the Glow, Duck Race, Wool Market, Estes Park Marathon, Rooftop Rodeo and more. Those of us blessed with Celtic blood lines know in our bone marrow that ALL other events are simply warmup acts—dress rehearsals, if you will—lead ing to The Big One on the weekend after Labor Day, when Stanley Park trans forms from grassy expanse to multiple venues for celebrating The Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival.

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Our family has enjoyed the abundant varieties of music at the festival, includ ing omnipresent pipers, the angelvoiced Gothard Sisters from Seattle, the pounding rhythms of Albannach, Kansas City’s amazing Fountain City Brass Band, Seamus Kennedy’s whimsi cal Irish songs inviting audience partici pation, and more.

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Over the years our family has evolved a routine. Patrick and I rise early to shuttle a car to the High School, where we pay ten bucks for parking; EPHS band direc tor Kaylin Brennan is there at 7:00 a.m. to take our money. Late that afternoon, still humming Irish ditties, stuffed with turkey legs and shepherd’s pie, slightly wobbly from single malt and black and tans, laden with Irish CDs and new Celtic gear, we head wearily, happily back home, designated driver TBA. If one hundred and fifty massed pipers playing “Scotland the Brave” doesn’t spark your soul you must be English—or worse.Ifscores of step-dancing tweens and teens clad in spangled garb click-clack ing on Masonite doesn’t quicken your pulse, you must be English—or worse.

On the hour we troop down to the lake shore as a dozen mortars and cannons boom in succession. Trebuchets loft bowling balls high over Lake Estes on a trajectory designed to flatten Nessie, the inflatable Loch Ness avatar basking in the sunlit estuary. Nessie enjoys a charmed reality: there have been no hits inThere’sdecades.not enough space in this col umn to describe the robust jousting, let along the strongman competition, when brawny mesomorphs toss the caber, lift the sheaf and throw the weight. Come see for yourself.

people laugh at me? I put it down and wandered more. After a few minutes of dawdling I picked up the lid again and approached a clerk. “I’m having some difficulty making a decision; does this hat look like it’s right for me?” “That’s not the question, laddie. Are ye man enough for the hat?” “I’ll take two.” Van ity of vanity, saith the preacher, and I wear one of those hats each September, along with my Lee Valley vest and grandfather shirt from Kenny Woolen Mills in SeveralLahinch.yearsago The Mountain Men sang at evening tattoo. We were gentle men of a certain age; I was in my seven ties, one of the younger lads. Our role was vocal accompaniment to pipers and a military band. While I can’t remember what we sang (“Amazing Grace?”), I well remember fifteen octogenarians stand ing at attention for what seemed hours as steady rain drenched our blue blazers and the arena infield turned to soggy mud pooling at our feet. The second night I forsook dress shoes and wore more amenable clodhoppers in the mucky mire; at least the rain was warm.

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Thank you Estes Park for 50 wonderful years

The Ore Cart Rock Shop has been a mainstay on West Elkhorn since 1972. Now after 50 years owner Jim Hull is retiring. The store, a long time favorite of locals and visitors alike, has been sold. As of July 1st the new owners are Steve and Andrea Colburn from Loveland. They are determined to keep the came high quality products at fair prices with great service that has made The Ore Cart successful for five decades.

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Estes Park Garden Club Meeting

Jim and Betty New owners Steve and Andrea Colburn with their two sons

Toma to our wonderful community. We love it here and will continue to enjoy the moun tains and wildlife from our home on the north end. Please stop in to greet new owners Steve and Andrea.

Speakers will be Doug Tallamy, U of Delaware and Jeffrey Boring, Estes Val ley Land Trust. How can we as Estes Valley gardeners use our properties to save and regener ate biodiversity? We live at the gateway of Rocky Mountain National Park. Can we use similar conservation practices in our own backyards? Let’s find out more with Doug Tallamy & Jeffrey Boring. This meeting is free and open to the public. All are welcome! If interested in playing or starting a team contact Joyce Hughes at (970) 586-2281 New Season Starts September 14th!

Jim and his wife Betty would like to thank their great staff who are continuing with the Colburns. These great employees over the years have made The Ore Cart the success it is today. A very special thanks to Dena Bohn who retired last January after 36 years as manager and to excellent new manager

Girl SaveRoundup,ScoutTheDate!

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Join us for a Girl Scout Roundup! Cookies! Door prizes! Fun with friends! Hope to see a lot of new and returning faces.Are you interested in Girl Scouts? Come learn more. Estes Park currently has Girl Scout troops for second grade and older. We are looking for adult lead ership to start a Daisy troop for kinder garten and first grade. When? Sunday, September 18 from 4 –6 Where:p.m. Stanley Park, Bluebird Pavilion Questions? Text Laura Reese at 214733-0746.

Join us on Monday, September 12 at 10:30 a.m. at the Estes Valley LibraryHondius Room for our program, “Create your own Homegrown National Park.”

Scott Wilseck, who has accompanied silent movies with piano music for many years, had several thoughts about Char lie“WhenChaplin.Ifirst started playing silents, of course I knew who Charlie Chaplin was, but I didn’t realize how special he was. Since a big part of many silent movies is gimmicks and slapstick, many actors were simply a way to trigger those events. Chaplin, though, had a persona, an identity unlike any other actor on the screen. He had a personality and was able to relate that personality without the use of spoken words. He had a whole collection of character traits that were unique and very entertaining. He had a lot of fan appeal and even today when we present a silent movie show, the most common question asked is “Will there be a Charlie Chaplin film?” His movies were special. There were a lot of very good actors in the silents, but Chaplin is clearly at the top of the list. In 1894 he started acting on stage at the age of 5 and by the time he was 19 was working at a movie studio for $150 a week. He also directed his first film at that young age and went on to direct many films in which he starred. By 1915 he was so popular that he was touted as one of the highest paid people in the world and soon was working for the Mu tual Film Corporation for $10000 a week. He con tinued to make silent movies through 1938, re luctant to work in “talkies.” He was cited in Times mag azine as one of the 100 most influential men of the 20th cen tury for the laughter he had brought to millions and also for the fact that he was well-known internation ally. In 1999 the American Film Institute named him the 10th greatest male actor of classic Hollywood cinema.

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Charlie Chaplin, the first really big star of the movies, had a number of qualities unlike any of his fellow actors of the silent movie era. First there were the facial expressions. He could portray joy, sorrow, love, fear and a host of other emotions without saying a word. He had that walk; a sort of waddle that was distinctly his own; walk ing along in the oversize shoes and twirling the cane as he walked while sporting the derby he always wore. He had a number of actions that were present in many of his films. For example, an other person might fall or be unconscious so Charlie would quickly pour a drink. The other person never got the drink; Charlie would con sume it. Then there was the fumbling in his pocket for a tip. After a few seconds of searching, he would look at the supposed re cipient of the tip and shake his head, or flip a coin, look at it and shake his head to the would-be recipient, indicating there was no tip to be given. He had a little laugh. Not the roaring belly laugh of a larger person, but a quiet little laugh that said he was amused with what he had just done.

Bear CorridorLakeMap RockyNationalMountainPark NEW! Congratulations to Sophia Ramirez, the Estes Park High School Student of the Week for September 9, 2022. Sophia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus and Norma Ramirez. At school her favorite class is art and she is a cheerleader. She has a 3.37 GPA.Outside of school she likes swim ming, listening to music and reading. She has one older brother.

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There’s a chance to see Charlie on the screen at the Park Theatre on September 14 in “The Adventurer”, where he por trays an escaped convict who infiltrates high society. Even though he is tracked and pursued by law enforcement, he manages to stay one step ahead of the law and enjoy a lot of the perks of the upper class while doing so. It is a great film of the silent era. After “The Adven turer” two more films will be shown: “One Week” starring Buster Keaton and “Fluttering Hearts” starring Charlie Chase. Even though all three are silent films, they are all different, showing a different level of slapstick and a different style of comedy. All three films will be accompanied by the piano music of Scott Wilseck.

Sophia’s favorite place to travel to is Chihuahua, Mexico, to visit her family. Her favorite positive quote is, “Friends don’t lie” and the best piece of advice she’s received is to “Talk less, lis ten more.” After high school, she plans to go to college to become a teacher or psy chologist.

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He was known as “the little tramp,” a delightful character whose appearances and actions on the screen were pretty consistent from movie to movie.

So make your way to the historic Park Theatre on September 14. The films start at 2 p.m., but the piano music starts at 1:30. Step back in time and relax to good family entertainment. It might be 2022 outside the theatre, but once you step inside you will be back in the 1920s.

Charlie Chaplin Returns To The Historic Park Theatre

He was slightly built, not a big man, so he often outsmarted his adversaries. In “The Rink,” he did his own roller skating and he proved to be very ath letic. He did his own swimming in “The Adventurer.”Themustache became one of his trade marks, along with the derby, which he would sometimes tip or flip to amuse a lady.The chase scenes were always enter taining. He was smaller but quicker than most of the people chasing him and he almost always was able to outsmart them. In one movie, he puts a lamp shade over his head so he could look like a floor lamp to hide while the foe searches for him. He usually won the girl. He was just too charming to resist.

September 17th at 7 p.m. Get ready for another free concert at Performance Park, this month featuring internationally renowned violinist, San draSandraWong.Wong began studying classical violin at age seven and pursued a goal of becoming a concert violinist for fifteen years until she discovered fiddling, and her world was turned upside down! Her focus then shifted from striving for technical perfection, to connecting with other people and cultures through music, as a way to build community and express our com mon humanity. Opening this door with an exploration of Irish, Oldtime, and Bluegrass music, her folk music journey has moved her into her current livelihood of teaching, performing, recording, and collab orating with other musicians from a diverse range of musical genres.

The Fine Arts Guild Of The Rockies Presents: Sandra Wong

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The Old Gallery is located at 14863 Colorado Highway 7, next to the Al lenspark Fire Station. Carpooling to the event is encouraged as parking is limited at The Old Gallery. Fortunately, over flow parking is available east of the Gallery on the Highway 7 right of way and in the parking lot just on the other side of the fire station.

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In addition to violin, Sandra plays the 14th century Swedish folk in strument, the nyckelharpa, which has been an integral part of her music since she discovered the in strument in 1999 and fell in love. Come enjoy an evening of beautiful, emotional, and diverse world music. Ad mission is free! Donations are accepted for our scholarship fund for two gradu ating seniors who plan to major in the arts. Lawn chairs/blankets are encour aged. Visit www.fineartsguild.org for more information.

Tickets are $60 and are available at The Old Gallery and theoldgallery.org There are a limited number of tickets available for this event and it’s usually a sell-out.

Where can you hear music by one of the world’s premiere string quartets? Just head to The Old Gallery in Allenspark on Saturday, September 17. “This is the sixth appearance of the Takács Quartet and we’ve sold out in ad vance for every appearance,” said The Old Gallery Board President Laurie Von Wald. “Proceeds help fund our nonprofit efforts in our mountain commu nity, including the Community Cup board Food Bank, Community Closet, health and wellness programs, activities andTheevents.”quartet consists of Edward Dusin berre, violin; Harumi Rhodes, violin; Richard O’Neill, viola and András Fejér, cello. Members of the Takács Quartet are Faculty Fellows at the University of Col orado Boulder where they have helped develop a string program with a special emphasis on chamber music. The quar tet is known to play with a unique blend of drama, warmth and humor, that com bines four distinct musical personalities and brings fresh insights to the string quartet repertoire.

The quartet has been the recipient of three Gramophone Awards, a Grammy Award, three Japanese Record Academy Awards, Disc of the Year at the inaugural BBC Music Magazine Awards and En semble Album of the Year at the Classi cal Brits. It performs regularly in venues like the Aspen Music Festival, but they have grown to love performing for audi ences along the Peak-to-Peak Highway.

Estes Park Community Theatre Auditions Sept. 11-12

Politics: Can We Talk?

An interactive program to practice having open and posi tive conversations. Public in vited!Join the League of Women Voters of Estes Park on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 10-11:30 a.m. at the American Legion, located at 850 N. Saint Vrain Ave., for an interactive program to practice having open and positive conversations. "We are excited to be partnering with the League of Women Voters to help host these impor tant conversations," states EVRJP Direc tor Denise Lord. The program is in collaboration with Community Conversations, a joint pro gram between Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership (EVRJP) and the Estes Valley Library, with a mission to improve public communication, pro mote active community problemsolving and elevate conversations in the Estes Valley. Community Con versations staff and volunteers will help facilitate interactive Living Room Conversations to bring to gether small, diverse groups of partici pants to engage in dialogue. The program is free of charge and open to the public and registration is not re quired. Attendees will be given a choice of topic and will be interacting with 4-5 others using a structured format. The program will begin promptly at 10 a.m. Please arrive early if you would like to visit with other attendees. All partici pants are encouraged to invite a friend to attend.Learn more about Estes Valley Com munity Conversations www.estes.org/communityconversations.at

Friday, September 9, 2022 « 17epnews.com The Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies is excited to announce a call for actors to join the upcoming play, The Monkey’s Paw. This adaptation of W.W. Jacob’s classic horror short story will take place at the Historic Park Theatre at the end of October, just in time for Halloween.Afterreceiving a mummified mon key’s paw which promises to grant three wishes, the White family be comes plagued with death and misery. Read and enjoyed since its publication in 1911, this cautionary tale still gives audiences goosebumps as it warns to be careful what you wish for. Three males and two females are needed for the play. The auditions will consist of a cold reading from the script. No prep is necessary. Auditions will be held September 11th from 2-5 p.m., and September 12th from 6-8 p.m. at the Art Center of PerformancesEstes.are October 21st, 28th, and 30th at 7 p.m., and October 22nd at 4 p.m.

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Oven 350 degrees. Makes 2 casseroles 30-6 inch corn tortillas 3 lbs. ground beef 2 large chopped onions 1 jalapeño seeded and chopped 4 minced garlic cloves 2 cans drained pinto beans 2 cans cream of chicken soup 2 cans cream of mush room soup 2 cans undrainedtomato/chilies,Rotel2cansenchilada

Pepper sauce to taste 4 cups shredded Mexican cheese Grease two 9 x 13 pans. Cut tortillas into eighths and set aside. In a large pan, cook beef, onions, jalapeño and garlic until beef is no longer pink. Stir in the rest of ingredients, except the cheese. Spread 2 and 2/3 cups of meat mixture into each pan. Top each with a layer of tortillas. Repeat layers, ending with meat mixture. Top with equal amounts of cheese. Cool one casserole before covering and freezing. Bake one covered at 350 for 20 minutes and let stand for 10 minutes before serv ing.To use 2nd casserole, allow to defrost in refrigerator overnight. Allow to come to room temperature and bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Enjoy. My dog, Sunshine has had a grand time this weekend. She has been pam pered by my nephew with so many walks and fetching her ball. We also let her come for rides with us. Oh, but those rides can be so tiring! She has slept well after all of her excursions. My email: Esther.cenac@gmail.com Bon Appétit.

The Larimer County Office on Aging will be hosting Community Conversa tions across Larimer County to gather feedback and suggestions on how to make Larimer County a great place to grow up and grow old. One of these events will be hosted by the Estes Park Senior Citizen Center located at 1760 Olympian Lane on Monday September 19th from 12-1 p.m. Come join us to dis cuss questions on how your community can support you as you age and more. Thoughts shared will be utilized in the development of the Office on Aging four-year area plan. Please use this link to register: col.st/jwlDq. Registration is required due to limited space at each meeting.Pleaseconsider pre-purchasing lunch for the presentation at EPSCC. Meals are available to eat-in or take home. The cost of a meal is $7 for EPSCC members or $10 for non-members. Please order your meal before 1:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept 16th For more information about the Estes Park Senior Citizens Center or to order a meal for the presentation, please call the Coordinator, Tonya Martin at 970-5994671. Purchasing lunch is not a require ment for attending this free presenta tion.Please join us so that your voice can be heard!

I am trying to get this article written and sent to Estes Park News in time. I am racing a deadline. Why? I have had my nephew visiting from Baton Rouge, LA for the weekend. He has been a de lightful guest. He is my brother’s, (de ceased), son and namesake. There is a medical conference in Denver this week so he came early to stay awhile with me.

I got us a pass to Bear Lake and we re ally enjoyed that entire trip but there were no moose to be seen at Sprague Lake. I love having guests but he has been exceptional. He is on my tractor cutting the lot right now. I have learned to always try to have some prepared meals in the freezer. That way the hostess is free to “go with the flow.”Ihad a stuffed pasta shell dish from my last recipe in the freezer which served us well on our return from Bear Lake. With that thought in mind, I think you might like the recipe below. It is an en chilada casserole, doubled recipe, one to eat and one to freeze. Baked Enchilada Casserole

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Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival This Weekend

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Street Closures In Effect Sept. 10 For Scottish-Irish Highland Festival Parade

The annual Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival Parade will travel through downtown Estes Park begin ning at approximately 9:30 a.m. Satur day, Sept. 10. The parade will start on Elkhorn Avenue at Spruce Drive and end at the U.S 34/U.S. 36 intersection. On-street parking spaces/loading zones on Elkhorn Avenue will be closed the night before the parade. At approxi mately 8:30 a.m., the Estes Park Police Department will close eastbound and westbound traffic on Elkhorn Avenue from Filbey Court to Spruce Drive. At approximately 9 a.m., the remainder of the parade route will close (prohibiting eastbound/westbound traffic) from Spruce Drive to the intersection of U.S. 34/U.S. 36 and from Hwy 7 at U.S 36 to the U.S 34/U.S. 36 intersection. West bound traffic from U.S 34. will be di verted onto East Wonderview. South bound traffic from East Wonderview at U.S 34 will be diverted eastbound onto U.S. 34. Northbound Hwy 7. traffic at U.S. 36 will be diverted eastbound onto U.S. 36. Westbound U.S 36 traffic at Hwy. 7 will be diverted southbound onto Hwy. 7. Eastbound Moraine traffic will be diverted southbound to Crags Drive. Northbound Crags Drive traffic will be diverted westbound onto Moraine.Portions of Elkhorn Avenue and U.S. 34/U.S. 36 will reopen to vehicles after the parade passes and pedestrians are clear of the roadway. Side streets along the parade route will remain open dur ing the parade, but access to the parade route will be prohibited until law en forcement reopens the roadway. To avoid the parade route and bypass the downtown area, motorists may use al ternate routes including the Moccasin bypass, a portion of Moraine and Riverside, Mall Road, and U.S. 34 and Wonderview Avenue. Due to the parade and related street closures, shuttle service provided by both the Town of Estes Park (Estes Transit) and Rocky Mountain National Park (Hiker Shuttle) will be impacted. Beginning at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, Estes Transit will provide ex press service from the Scot Fest En trance Stop at Manford Ave. and Com munity Dr. to West Park Center on W. Elkhorn Ave. with the last departure from the Events Complex at 9:15 a.m. Please look for “ScotFest Express” sig nage near the Scot Fest Entrance and on the shuttle vehicles. Additionally, the Estes Transit Red Route (Trolley) that serves downtown and the RMNP Hiker Shuttle will not begin their daily service on Sept. 7 until 11 a.m. All other Estes Transit shuttles will begin service at 9 a.m., and all shuttles should be running their regularlyscheduled daily routes by 11 a.m. Please visit www.estes.org/shuttles for detailed information on Estes Transit and Hiker Shuttle impacts, as well as for an example of event-specific stop signage.Formore information, please contact the Public Information Office at 970577-3701.

The Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival coming to Estes Park this weekend brings the best Celtic music, Irish and Highland dance, jousting, exhibition dogs, and re gional flair to the “Celtic Capital of North America,” Estes Park. In the early 1970s Estes Park was like most mountain towns relying on sum mer tourism with ended with Labor Day weekend. 46 years ago the festival's founder, Dr. James Durward, a resident of Estes Park, had a vision to extend the fall season to the valley. He started this festival recognizing that September was a beautiful time for people to come to the mountains and with the perfect tem perature, all that was needed was an event. And the Longs Peak Scottish Irish Highland Festival came into being. Over the years this festival has become the most attended event in Estes Park. With live music, a parade, highland dancing, a pipping competition, and plenty of athletic events to attend, the Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Fes tival is great for the entire family. This year’s festival takes place from Friday to Sunday, September 9th – 11th, 2022 at the Estes Park Fairgrounds and Event Center. Don’t miss the best Celtic parade in North America in downtown Estes Park on Elkhorn Avenue. The parade kicks off at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, September 10 and will give you and idea of all of the fun you’ll have at the festival. With the purchase of your passes you’ll enjoy piping competitions, dance com petitions, the dogs of the British Isles, living history, Highland Games and Strongman competition Highland cattle andMusicalmore!entertainment will include: Steel City

High land Festival has been a highlight of September in Estes Park for 46 years; don’t miss it! Tickets are on sale at scotfest.com or at the gate. Call 970-586-6308 for more information.

Four art galleries along the Peak to Peak Byway are collaborating in the 2nd Annual Peak to Peak Art Drive this Sep tember. Follow The Yellow Leaf Road Art Drive will take place on Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25. It’s presented by The Old Gallery in Al lenspark, Art Center of Estes in Estes Park, The Glass TIPI in Ward and Kalei doscope Fine Arts in Nederland.

Art Galleries Host Follow The Yellow Leaf Road Art Drive Sat., Sept. 24 And Sun., Sept. 25 25MONDAY 28SUNDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY 293031123 45678910 11121314151617 26272829301 181920222324 21 Events highlighted are special one time events; please register by visiting evics.org HispanicMonthHeritagebegin Play Learn Grow Workshop for Parents & Caregivers 10 am & 4pm at Estes Valley Library Provider Networking night @ EVICS at 6pm ThematicStorytime@ EVLibraryat10:30am ThematicStorytime@ EVLibraryat10:30am ThematicStorytime@ EVLibraryat10:30am ThematicStorytime@ StoryEVLibraryat10:30am 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30amStoryTime@EVLibrary 10am(Baby)and10:30 Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30Storyam 10Time@EVLibrary am(Baby)and10:30 am SEPTEMBER 2022 COMMUNITY PROGRAM & ACTIVITIES ESL @6pmESL @6pm ESL @6pm ESL @6pm ESL @6pm ESLESL@6pm@6pmESL@6pm ESL @6pm ESL @6pm ESL @6pm ESL @6pm EVICS community playroom open 10:00 to noon. EVICS community playroom open 10:00 to noon.

Sept.p.m.workandbelenePhotographersouvenir.beveragecomplimentaryand/orNatureDarBushuewilldemonstratingdiscussingherfrom1-4:30onSaturday,24andfrom 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25 and Ceramic Artist Julie Neri will be demonstrating hand building with clay on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 9:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.The Old Gallery is one of the most unique galleries in all of Colorado, fea turing fine arts created by local artists from Boulder and Larimer counties,” said Neri. The art ranges from oil paint ings, watercolors and drawings to stained glass, jewelry, ceramics and gourds,” she said. More than 24 artists

18720 Highway 7; fifteen miles from Lyons, and just 30 minutes south of Estes Park on Highway 7. The Old Gallery in Allenspark is a non profit center for community, arts and visitors. It’s home to 25 regional artists and is located at 14863 Highway 7. It will be open from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Art Center of Estes is located at 514 Big Thompson Avenue in Estes Park and will be open from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. The Glass TIPI is located at 55 Utica St. in Ward and open from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Kaleidoscope Fine Arts is located at 20 Lakeview Drive, Ste. 210 in Nederland and is open from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. The Peak to Peak Byway is a 40-mile scenic drive with views of spectacular fall colors. It stretches between Central City and Estes Park. The Old Gallery provides a wide range of services include the twice-monthlyCommunityCupboardFoodBank,CommunityCloset,yogaandwellnessclasses,concertsandtouristinformation.TheRockyMountainNatureConservancyStoreislocatedthereuntilmid-October,aswell.FormoreinformationaboutTheOld Gallery in Allenspark, visit theoldgallery.org.

“The Peak to Peak Byway is known for its gorgeous fall colors which inspire so many artists. The galleries and artists are excited about this collaborative effort and the opportunity to share the beauty of autumn in Colorado with visitors and area residents,” said The Old Gallery Artists Communications Chair and Ce ramic Artist Julie Neri. Visitors will have the opportunity to visit four galleries, view live art demon strations, meet the artist and receive a have created cards, calendars, coasters, paintings, sculptures and more for this special celebration of art. The Hilltop Guild is hosting its Fall Festival at the Kelley House on Saturday, Sept. 24 as well. A productive and cre ative association of members called the Hilltop Guild create handmade crafts throughout the year. Shoppers will find knit, crochet, woven and quilted items, homemade jellies (made with local berries, gathered in competition with the bears each summer!), jewelry, Housemore.ary,handmadegourds,stationphotographsandTheKelleyislocatedat

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Have fun and help us fund scholarships for local kids. The Estes Park Rotary Golf Tour nament is on Friday, Sept. 16. The event be gins at 1:30 p.m. with a shotgun start at the 18hole Estes Park Golf Course.The$125 fee includes green fees, cart, eats from Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ and a participation gift. Each member of the team with the low est net score will receive a $100 gift cer tificate to the Estes Park Golf Course Pro Shop. There are many other prizes. The greatest winners will be the high school seniors who re ceive scholarships! To register for the tourna ment, download forms posted on the Estes Park Rotary Club website at taryclubofestespark.orgwww.ro Golf Tournament Page. Registration and sponsorship forms are also available at the Estes Park 18-Hole Golf Course.Golfers with questions please call Pete Sinnott at 970-577-7766.

Andy Smith. This year's Creative Colorado Tableset ting competition will be held at the Dun raven at The Estes Park Resort, on Satur day and Sunday, November 19 and 20. The theme for the 2022 event is: Celebra tions, Then and Now! Attendees will have an opportunity to register for the November competition at the “101” sessions, and handouts will be provided. Registration forms are also available online at: vestments.com.blescapes/friends.org/creative-colorado-taestesparkmuseumQuestions?Email:tara@aspenbrookinSeeyouthere!

E.P. Rotary Golf Scholarship Fundraiser Friday, Sept. 16

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Everyone seeking information and guidance for the Estes Park Museum Friends’ annual table setting competition this November is cordially invited to one of the two information sessions. The first session will take place Sunday, Septem ber 11 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the Estes Park Museum. The second session will be held on Tuesday, September 13, from 5:30-7:00 p.m., in the Hondius Room at the Estes Valley Library. As in years past, the “101” sessions will address questions regarding rules and policies for tablesetting categories (com petitive/noncompetitive; formal/infor mal/freestyle), explain the judging process, and discuss the new evaluation rubrics. The pro gram will feature an awardThomasfounderbygramware.dishes,tableideasalternativedeestunity“hands-on”interactiveopporforattentobrainstormdesignusingsamplelinens,andsilverTheprowillbeledeventco-Nancyandpastwinner,

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This week we celebrated ‘Labor Day’, a day set aside to honor labor and give a small break to those in the working world. This is so appropriate since we need to consider the great blessing available to most: the privilege of work. ‘Blessing?’ Sadly, statistics show that over 70% of people surveyed say they dissatisfied with their jobs. (Consider recent ‘strike threats’ by educators, airline pilots, and others.) Many others firmly subscribe to the idea of a man named Bob Black who penned an essay entitled ‘The Abolition of Work’. His contention: “No one should ever work. Work is the source of nearly all the misery in the world.” And it’s easy to see that many subscribe to the theory that ‘work is bad’…and refuse to do it, even though opportunities to work abound. Others, while working, are lackadaisical about their jobs, calling in sick or just failing to show up frequently. The failure to enjoy one’s job is sad, since there are many benefits gained from being employed. Besides income gained, a job can bring a sense of self-esteem gained … a sense of feeling ‘I’m needed’. Jesus once told a story about a landowner who went out to hire men to work in his vineyard. After his first and second ‘hires’ he went out again and asked men why they were not working. The response: “Because no one has hired us.” One senses that these men felt unneeded and unwanted. Few people feel good about them selves when they are unemployed. Small wonder, then, that many out-of-work people let that sense of low self-worth drag them into less noble, even criminal, activity. This is very true among many young people. Recent studies revealed that nearly one-fourth of the teens of high school, and college age are not in school nor working. With that being true, small wonder that drug abuse and crime are rampant in some places due to that direction being taken by so many. In the midst of all that, each of us needs to examine our thoughts about our jobs. Are we thankful for them? Do we ‘find fulfillment’ in our work. Wise Solomon says that one of God’s ‘gifts’ is to have a job and ‘find’ enjoyment in our work. This makes sense since God placed Adam and Eve in a perfect setting in the Garden of Eden, telling them to ‘care for it’. In a perfect world, work was a part of the plan. Jesus once said, “My Father works and I work”, indicating that they both intend for us to do likewise. But, sadly, many do not pursue and seize job opportunities, choosing rather to have others or society provide for their needs. One recent report told of a young woman who proudly claimed that she was ‘the family bread-winner’ because she gives birth to outbabies, one after another, which results in Social Services stepping in and hiring her mother, at a large sum per child, to care for the babies. Such situations cost our society dearly and, unfortunately, set the stage for children raised in such a way to propagate that same spirit for years to come. The loss with such is not only financial but also results in so many children who lack that ‘self-worth’ so vital for happiness.

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So, what should we do? One thing each can do is ‘find fulfillment’ in our work and show others that we feel blessed to have the job and that we enjoy what we do. In doing so we will obey God’s command: “whatsoever your hand finds to do, do it with your might’. One great man put it this way: “If you are going to be a chimney-sweep, be the very best one!” Then we need to teach our children a good ‘work ethic’, giving chores early on and commending them when they do them. And we can also encourage others we see doing such. Several times in my life I’ve passed a 'Lemonade stand’, manned by small chil dren. Even if I’m not thirsty I’m going to stop and buy a glass, to reward their efforts. We can do the same on other levels, as well, ‘tipping’ appropriately, saying ‘Thank you’ often to show people we appreciate their labors, hopefully making their work more enjoyable and rewarding. Let’s show the ‘joy of work’ and encourage it in others.

“HEIGH HO, HEIGH HO, IT’S OFF TO WORK WE GO!”

Friday, Sept 23 Salmon (4 oz) w/ Rice Pilaf & soup of the day

Thursday, Sept 15 Chicken Parmesan w/ Spaghetti, garlic bread & side salad

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Meals are $7 for current 2022 EP Senior Citizens Center members and are by reserva tion only. (Or 3 meals for $20; use pre-paid meal tickets.) Exact cash or check payment required. Reservations must be made by 1:00 PM at least one business day in advance. Note, if you want to reserve a meal for Monday, Sept 12th, you need to call before 1:00 PM on Friday, Sept 9th. For reservations call 970-581-2195 and leave a detailed message. Pre-paid meal tickets and membership forms are available at the Estes Park Senior Citizens Center located at 1760 Olympian Lane and at estesparkseniors.org

Friday, Sept 16 Trout (4 oz) w/ Baked Potato & soup of the day

47th Year The Estes Valley Quilt Guild will be celebrating our 30th Anniversary on Wednesday, September 14, 2022. All current and past members are welcome to join us in the celebration at 6:30 p.m. at the Mountain View Bible Fellowship Church at 1575 S. St. Vrain Ave., Estes Park, CO 80157 (corner of Hwy. 7 and Peak View). Please RSVP estesvalleyquiltguild@yahoo.comto by September 11, 2022. Quilt Guild Meeting

Monday, Sept 12 BBQ Platter – Pulled Pork & Beef Brisket w/ Mac ‘n Cheese & corn bread

Tuesday, Sept 13 Fried Chicken (3 pc) w/ Mashed Potatoes, gravy & vegetables

The Center is OPEN (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 10-1; Tuesday 10-2) TriFit (MWF 10:30-11:15); Yoga/Balance (TT 10:15-11:15) Mahjong (Tuesdays 10-2); Crafts (Tuesdays 11:30-1) Two Bridge Groups: 1st, 3rd, & 5th Wednesday of the month & Every Thurs 12:30-4 PM Reserved Meals-to-Go delivered to your vehicle or EAT at the Senior Citizens Center Check out our website: estesparkseniors.org or call for the latest information

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boring Western states. Shoppers will discover hand woven garments, paint ings, jewelry, metalwork, photography, sculpture, pottery, and more! The festi val will take place September 17th and 18th in Bond Park; Saturday from 9:00 to 6:00 and Sunday from 9:00 to 4:00. Ad mission is free! Visit www.finearts guild.org for more information. Fine Arts

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Sept 12 – 16 Sept 19 – 23 neigh And Fair Comes To Estes For Its

Wed., Sept 14 Taco Salad w/ Ground Beef

Come enjoy the only juried arts and crafts fair in Estes! This fun and unique shopping experience showcases world class artists from Colorado and

Monday, Sept 19 Chicken Salad Croissant w/ Homemade Chips

Tuesday, Sept 20 Avocado Bacon Cheddar Burger w/ Pasta Salad Wed., Sept 21 Corned Beef w/ scrambled eggs (2), hashbrowns & fruit Thursday, Sept 22 Chicken Alfredo w/ Spaghetti, garlic bread & side salad

When Should You Adjust Your Investment Mix?

Treasure Tables is sponsored by a local chapter of a nationwide nonprofit phil anthropic educational organization, P.E. O. Chapter IY, with all IY proceeds go ing to benefit women in furthering their college education. "It's a win-win situation," added Hills. "So if you are a vendor looking for a prime location, send me an email to re serve your spot and I'll see you in Octo ber. If you are a shopper getting ready for the holidays, you will find bargains and treasures here."

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“We have moved to a new bigger loca tion and are opening up the sale to more vendors, ” said Nancy Hills, event organ izer. “We are looking for vendors from Estes Park, Berthoud, Longmont, Boul der and throughout the Front Range. ”

Inside the Event Center, myriad items will be for sale from fresh flowers, glass ware, fanciful soaps, lotions and essen tial oils, keepsakes or ornaments, art work, candles, stained glass art, books, pottery, household and food products. If you are trying to get ahead of holiday shopping, this is the place to be! And if you are a craftsperson, show off your work at this festival. "We are look ing for vendors of every type," added Hills. "Please contact me at peotrea suretables@gmail.com if you are inter ested in being a vendor."

Vendors from as far away as Cheyenne, Wyo. and Colorado Springs come to Estes Park every fall for the eclectic Treasure Tables Arts and Crafts Sale and Festival, sponsored by a nonprofit phil anthropic educational organization.

Last year more than 600 people at tended, even though masks were re quired."Thisyear even more people are ex pected," said Hills. "It's a wonderful day to come up to the mountains to buy treasures, enjoy the colorful aspen, and listen to the elk bugle."

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The regional event takes place this year on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It features free parking, free admis sion, several food trucks, a bake sale and more than 45 vendors welcoming the public at the Fairgrounds, 1125 Rooftop Way, Estes Park. The event will be in doors at the main event center.

There are no shortcuts to investment success – you need to establish a longterm strategy and stick with it. This means that you’ll want to create an in vestment mix based on your goals, risk tolerance and time horizon – and then regularly review this mix to ensure it’s still meeting your needs. In fact, investing for the long term doesn’t necessarily mean you should lock your investments in forever. Throughout your life, you'll likely need to make some changes. Of course, everyone’s situation is differ ent and there’s no prescribed formula of when and how you should adjust your investments. But some possibilities may be worth considering. For example, a few years before you re tire, you may want to re-evaluate your risk exposure and consider moving part of your portfolio into a more risk-averse position. When you were decades away from retiring, you may have felt more comfortable with a more aggressive posi tioning because you had time to “bounce back” from any market downturns. But as you near retirement, it may make sense to lower your risk level. And as part of a move toward a reduced-risk ap proach, you also may want to evaluate the “cash” positions in your portfolio. When the market has gone through a decline, as has been the case in 2022, you may not want to tap into your portfolio to meet short-term and emergency needs, so having sufficient cash on hand is important. Keep in mind, though, that having too much cash on the “sidelines” may affect your ability to reach your long-term goals. Even if you decide to adopt a more risk-averse investment position before you retire, though, you may still benefit from some growth-oriented investments in your portfolio to help you keep ahead of – or at least keep pace with – infla tion. As you know, inflation has surged in 2022, but even when it’s been rela tively mild, it can still erode your pur chasing power significantly over time. Changes in your own goals or circum stances may also lead you to modify your investment mix. You might decide to retire earlier or later than you origi nally planned. You might even change your plans for the type of retirement you want, choosing to work part-time for a few years. Your family situation may change – perhaps you have another child for whom you’d like to save and invest for college. Any of these events could lead you to review your portfolio to find new opportunities or to adjust your risk level – or both. You might wonder if you should also consider changing your investment mix in response to external forces, such as higher interest rates or the rise in infla tion this year. It’s certainly true that these types of events can affect parts of your portfolio, but it may not be advis able to react by shuffling your invest ment mix. In the first place, nobody can really predict how long these forces will keep their momentum – it’s quite possi ble, for instance, that inflation will have subsided noticeably within a year. But more importantly, you should make in vestment moves based on the factors we’ve already discussed: your goals, risk tolerance, time horizon and individual circumstances.Byreviewingyour portfolio regularly, possibly with the assistance of a finan cial professional, you can help ensure that your investment mix will always be appropriate for your needs and goals. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by our local Edward Jones Financial Advisors. Edward Jones, Mem ber SIPC.

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mentary and high school students out performed the state median in growth on the math assessments. While we have areas to celebrate, the data shows a need to continue to focus on achievement and growth in 3rd-8th grade reading and writing, as well as ele mentary school science achievement. An additional area to focus on is the percentage of students who are meeting and exceeding state achievement expec tations in English language arts (ELA) and math. A goal for our district is to work with families to increase the percentage of students taking the state assessments. Estes Park School District’s par ticipation rates in the elemen tary school and high school were significantly lower than the state’s participa tionStudentsrates. and parents will receive their student’s indi vidual results in a couple of weeks to see how their student is progressing on the learning of standards according to this one measurement. Complete district and school results are available to view online using CDE’s District and School Dashboard at this link: continuepersonalizeforevidenceandthroughoutmonitoracademicevidencethatgagingyear,withinchangeschool-dashboard.www.cde.state.co.us/district-YouwillneedtothedistricttoEstesParkSchoolDistrictutilizingthe“hamburger”thegreenbanner.Weareexcitedforthe2022-23schoolandwearelookingforwardtoenstudentsinlearningexperienceshelppreparethemtodemonstrateoftheirlearningtowardsthestandards.Wewillprogresshowstudentsarelearningtheyearusingclassroomdistrictassessments.Thisbodyofbuildsaportfoliooflearningourstudentsthatallowsteacherstothesupportstudentsneedtotheirlearning.

The Oratorio Society of Estes Park is back and eager to serve our wonderful community with holiday classics from the choral and orchestra repertoire. If you are a singer or instrumentalist and would like to join us, please contact Robert Howard for details about joining the OSEP Chorus or Chamber Orches tra. We are looking for new singers in all ranges and for string players in all sec tions. Call or text Mr. Howard at 970617-3718 for complete membership in formation.

Some highlights from our results in clude 3rd-8th grade students showing more growth in the percent of students who are meeting and exceeding expecta tions than the state in math. The 10th grade students outperformed the state and nation in evidence-based reading and math. Ninth and tenth grade stu dents met or exceeded evidence-based reading and writing expectations on the PSAT. The middle school and high school students outperformed the state median in growth on the reading and writing assessments. Middle school stu dents outperformed the state on the sci ence assessment. In addition, our ele

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The OSEP Chorus will rehearse on Sundays beginning on September 18th at the Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies. The orchestra will begin the same evenings beginning at 7:30. We would love to have you join in the fun as we prepare to celebrate Christmas Around the World with two concerts: December 16th and 17th Please visit our website at www.osep.info

From Park R-3 School Dist. It is the time of the year when districts receive the results from the state assess ments that students took last April. The state assessments require students to demonstrate their learned knowledge and skills towards Colorado Academic Standards. During the 2021-22 school year, third through eighth graders took the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) assessments for English language arts (ELA) and math. Ninth and tenth graders took the PSAT, while eleventh graders took the SAT. Fifth, eighth, and eleventh graders also took the CMAS assessment for Science. The state assessments give our teachers critical infor mation to ensure our stu dents are meeting grade level benchmarks and are on track for college, ca reer and life readiness. The CMAS and PSAT/SAT tests are just one assessment of student per formance. The data the district re ceives from these assessments, along with district assessments and classroom assessments, help guide short and long term planning, as well as support in structional practice decisions and pro fessional development for teachers.

Oratorio Society Seeking New Members For Chorus And Orchestra

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Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org Book Club for Mortals: The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning Thursday, September 29, 2-3:30 p.m., Hondius Room or on Zoom Explore döstädning, the process of clearing out unnecessary belongings, in The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Clean ing by Magnusson.Margareta

A monthly series on how to engage with the wonders of Life on Earth. In “The Comprehension,” explore the par allel between symbiosis among wildlife and friendship among people.

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

From: Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership and the Estes Valley Library Guns, the Second Amendment, and gun control are topics that can bring forth strong passions and opinions. They are often used to put people into two neat categories: those for stronger gun rights and those for stronger gun con trol. Republicans and Democrats. Liber als and conservatives. However, it’s not always that simple. At the next Living Room Conversation, a Community Conversation series, join help us develop a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges sur rounding modern life and gun owner ship.Community Conversations create space to learn from and share with others through guided small-group discussion, and are co-hosted by Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership (EVRJP) and the Estes Valley Library. This inter active program is participatory in na ture, and attendees will be asked to en gage with and contribute to the conversation. Come to the table to share your perspective, learn about the experi ences of others, and leave with strong connections and a shared sense of com munity.Formore background on the conversa tion series, visit Guide.Gunsditionalvalleylibrary.org,Livingnity-conversations.www.estes.org/commuTosignupforthisRoomConversation,visitesteswhichalsoincludesadinformationandalinktothe&ResponsibilityConversation

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ALL AGES Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org. Pill Bottle Survival Kits Saturday, September 10, 3-4:30 p.m., MakerspaceRepeatedTuesday, September 13, 1:303 Repeatedp.m. Saturday, September 17, 23:30Repeatedp.m. Tuesday, September 21, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Create a pill bottle kit that could help you survive if stranded in the wilder ness. All supplies provided.

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Guns & Responsibility: A Living Room Conversation Tuesday, September 13, 3-4:30 p.m., WassonDevelopRoomadeeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges surround ing gun ownership. In collaboration with the Estes Valley Restorative Justice Part nership. Space is limited; sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org. MAKERSPACE Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org Learn the Laser Cutter Saturday, September 10, 9-10:30 a.m. For ages 15 and up. Learn the 3D Printer Friday, September 16, 2-3:30 p.m. For ages 15 and up. LEGAL SELF-HELP Free Legal Self-Help Clinic Wednesday, September 14, 2-5 p.m., Li brary Study One-on-oneRoomlegal advice for library pa trons who do not have a personal attor ney. Appointments are necessary and can be scheduled by calling 970-5868116. More information estesvalleylibrary.org/legalclinic.at

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Nate Schweber & This America of Ours Wednesday, Sep tember 28, 6:30-8 p.m., NatevationAmericanmaticuntoldRoomHondiusoronZoomLearnaboutananddrachapterofconserhistoryfromSchweber,au

Play-Learn-Grow / Juega, Aprende, Crece para padres y cuidadores Wednesday, September 14, 10-11 a.m., HondiusRepeatedRoomWednesday, September 14, 46 p.m., Hondius Room Explore hands-on ways to infuse every day activities with literacy and science to better equip young children to thrive. This bilingual (English/Spanish) pro gram is presented by Melody Garcia, Lit eracy Specialist from Colorado State Li brary, in partnership with EVICS Family Resource Center. Voter Registration Drive Tuesday, September 20, 5-7 p.m., Li brary Atrium The League of Women Voters of Estes Park will be on hand to help with all things voter registration. Sign-up not re quired, just drop in!

FALL HOURS

Cliffhanger Used Books, located next to the Post Office, is operated by the Friends of the Library Foundation, offer ing gently-used books, movies, and mu sic at discount prices. Open daily for summer hours, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. cur, how to be set when danger is near, and what you should consider when it’s time to go. Emergency Preparedness with Estes Park Health Friday, September 23, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Hondius Room Estes Park Health CIO/COO Gary Hall and EMS Director Guy Beesley will share guidance for medical emergencies and insights about EPH’s preparedness plan. Library Card Crafting Tuesday, September 27, 5-6 p.m., Mak erspaceCreate earrings, guitar picks, neck laces, and even a chandelier from old li brary cards.

CPR & First Aid Teens & Tweens: Saturday, September 10, 1-5 p.m., Hondius Room Adults: Saturday, September 17, 1-5 p.m., Hondius Room CPR, AED, and First Aid course for two-year certification through the American Safety & Health Institute. The Ready, Set, Go! Model for Emergency Preparedness Thursday, September 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Hondius Room Join Fire Chief David Wolf for a discus sion about the proactive steps you can take to be ready before emergencies oc and Sat. at 10:30 a.m. Pajama Storytime with Nancy Bell: Wed., September 14 at 6 p.m. Storybook Explorers: Sat., September 17 at 11:15 a.m. Read to Therapy Dog “Bo”: Tues., Sep tember 20 at 10 a.m. Yoga Storytime: Wed., September 21 at 6 p.m. BOOKS & AUTHORS

Mondays-Thursdays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays, 1-5 p.m. Library Two-Hour Parking Library patrons may use any of the seven free parking spaces marked “Li brary Reserved” during open hours. The spaces offer a two-hour time limit, for use while inside the library. These are lo cated along the library’s northeast perimeter. No payment or permit re quired.

Book vs. Movie Club: The ThiefBook Saturday, September 24, 12:30-3 p.m., Hondius RoomBook or movie—which do you like best? We’ll discuss the book, then watch the movie adaptation. Pizza and drinks provided. Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org. KIDS & FAMILIES Library Storytimes Baby Storytime: Thurs. and Fri. at 10 Preschoolers:a.m.Thurs., Fri.,

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your fellow community members to share your personal experiences with guns and how these experiences have shaped your opinions. The conversation will take place on Tuesday, September 13, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., in the Wasson Room at the Estes Valley Library. In this day and age, topics like gun control or gun rights can create argu ments and social divide. Living Room Conversations offer a safe space for folks of all backgrounds to come together and learn. This conversation will seek to

thor of This America of Ours: Bernard and Avis DeVoto and the Forgotten Fight to Save the Wild. WORKSHOPS Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org Exploring Nature with Kevin Cook Monday, September 12, 4-5:30 p.m., Hondius Room & on Zoom

TEENS & KIDS Sign up at estesvalleylibrary.org Safety Sticker Making Tuesday, September 13, 5-6 p.m., Mak erspaceLearn how to use the tools and equip ment in the Makerspace, and adorn a tote bag with a reflective safety sticker –perfect for Halloween. Art Work Wednes day:PaintingPiggybank Wednesday, Sep tember 21, 4:30-5:30 p.m., levelspiggybank.decorateumsdifferentExperimentMakerspacewithartmediandstylestoyourownAllskillwelcome.

Estes Park Lumber and Park Sup ply Paint accept architectural paint and painting supplies for the state approved Paint Care Program. See www.paint care.org/products for a list of acceptable products.Springback

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ings. Buy, sell, or trade for new, used, and salvaged building supplies. They are currently serving limited clientele, pri marily large order businesses, during their move to Johnstown, but retail sales are expected to return soon.

The first five years of development shape the remaining years of human life. From birth to age five, a child’s brain de velops more, and more rapidly, than any other time. Children are able to grow and learn new skills quickly – from thinking and speaking dexterity, to emotional and social competen cies.How do we pro vide opportunities for children to thrive during this period of growth?

On youngfamiliesSeptemberWednesday,14,withchildren, caregivers, and all those interested in working with children are invited to join Colorado State Library Literacy Specialist Melody Garcia for a Play, Learn, Grow Workshop at the Estes Valley Library. Attendees can explore hands-on ways to infuse everyday activi ties with literacy and science to better equip young children to thrive when they enter school. The workshop will take place in the Hondius Room at 10 a.m. or 4 p.m. (re peated sessions, so no need to attend both!), and is presented in partnership by the Estes Valley Library and EVICS Family Resource Center. This is a bilin gual program, conducted in English and Spanish. All participants will go home with an activity kit. Registration is encouraged; please visit estesvalleylibrary.org to sign up. To learn more about early childhood devel opment and EVICS Family Resource Center, evics.org.visit

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Play, Learn, Grow: A Literacy Workshop For Families

Estes Park Power and Communication (EP-P&C), working with Efficiency Works, offers a $35 rebate for used re frigerators and freezers with a $35 credit on your EP-P&C residential electric bill. only EP-P&C residential customers are eligible. arcaincutility.com/CO/estespark [Note: rebate is doubled to $70 un til October 31.]

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Imagine having direct access to best selling authors like Hernon Diaz, Kate Quinn, Geraldine Brooks, and more. Each month, you’re cozied up in the comfort of your own home (or, in a se cluded spot in the library!) and you log on with a simple click or two. Then, you enjoy a live presentation with interactive Q&A sessions – yes, you can ask ques tions and directly engage with the au thor.There’s no need to imagine: this service is available right now. The Estes Valley Library is pleased to announce its part nership in the Library Speakers Consor tium (LSC). The Consortium creates 2-3 online author events per month, all of which are available to patrons of every member library. Books and authors will cover a wide range of genres including historical fiction, contemporary fiction, romance, poetry, business, personal growth, social justice, history, art, cul ture, and more. Events are free to attend and if you miss the live stream, past recordings are readily available. September is bringing a brand new, exciting round of virtual au thor talks, including our pilot event on Tuesday, September 20: Simon Winchester. Winchester is the New York Times Bestselling author of several well-known nov els, including The Professor and the Madman, The Perfectionists, The Map That Changed the World, and Krakatoa. This prolific British-American writer, journalist, and consum mate adventurer will cover many aspects of his work across myriad fields of his tory, technology, and geology as well as Winchester’s personal expeditions, in cluding his path to becoming the ac claimed best selling author he is today. A master storyteller, Winchester’s narra tive is like a journey through time. His keen intellect and ability to precisely and expertly weave everyday life into historical examination leaves his readers feeling awestruck at the world sur rounding them. To register for this author talk, to check out other events, or to learn more about the Library Speakers Consortium, visit libraryc.org/estesvalleylibrary. Valley

Colorado will take your used mattress for recycling, by delivery to Fort Collins. They have even been known to pickup in Estes Park. Fees do apply. springbackco.org/northern-col orado for information or call 720-5151328 for pickup.

We are very lucky in the Estes Valley to have a number of private businesses who assist us in diverting our discards away from the landfill. The LWV Community Recycling Committee calls these guardians of ecology “Planet Partners” because they partner with us to preserve the Earth. They have each found some thing that others discard that fits aptly with their business operation. Some simply add the item to their own recycling.Sometimes this has been enormous help, such as the Safeway collection of plastic shopping bags. We are, of course, hoping this continues after Colorado HB1162 (that eliminates plastic shop ping bags in many stores) becomes fully effective. After all, Safeway collects many types of flexible plastic that come from other uses: produce bags, ice bags, Ziploc and other reclosable bags, cereal bag liners, case overwrap (like film over meat trays), bread bags, newspaper sleeves, dry cleaning bags, bubble wrap, plastic e-commerce mailers, and they ac cept water bottles too. Plastic must be clean and dry, and free of food or or ganic residue – just like any other recy cling.Both

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Lugar: HondiusSalóndela Bib lioteca del Valle de Estes. Los primeros cinco años de desarrollo dan forma a los años restantes de vida. Durante este taller, explore formas prác ticas de infundir actividades cotidianas con alfabetización y ciencia para equipar mejor a los niños pequeños para que prosperen cuando ingresen a la escuela. Las familias se irán a casa con un kit de actividades. Únase a nosotros para dar la bien venida a la presentadora, Melody Gar cía, especialista en alfabetización de la Biblioteca Estatal de Colorado. Este pro grama bilingüe (español/inglés) es pre sentado por La Biblioteca del Valle de Estes y EVICS Centro de Recursos Fa miliares.

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A few years ago I was sharing a mes sage at one of the prisons here in Col orado. I began by saying, “Men, God loves cracked pots!” After a short quizzi cal look the men erupted in laughter. I’m talking hysterical full belly laughter. What they thought I said was, “Men, God loves crack pipes!” At least I had theirThereattention.isgreat beauty in this life. Times of joy, success, family and blessings. We are grateful for the good times because we also know this life is hard. It can be cruel, devastatingly brutal with pain, suffering, disappointment and despair. Whether we’re basking in the beauty or hanging on through hardship, life can be empty and lonely without pur pose and meaning. Perhaps one of the rea sons we struggle to find and live out our pur pose is that we someonecouldwouldthinkdon’tGodoruselike us. After all, we’re cracked pots. Unless ties,recognizecommontosenseegoallowedwe’veourandfalseofpridedominateoursenseweourfrailshortcomings, char acter defects and brokenness. But God is sneaky—He loves to use or dinary clay jars like us as a conduit for His work and power. God is a whole lot more concerned about our availability than our ability. Second Corinthians 4:6-7 says, “For God Who said, let light shine out of darkness, has shone in our hearts so as to beam forth the Light for the illumina tion of the knowledge of the majesty and glory of God as it is manifest in the Per son and is revealed in the face of Jesus Christ the Messiah. However, we possess this precious treasure, the divine Light of the Gospel in frail, human vessels of earth, that the grandeur and exceeding greatness of the power may be shown to be from God and not from ourselves.” God loves cracked pots! If there is anything we get at Men on Fire is how cracked we are. There is comfort and encouragement that hap pens when we gather together recogniz ing and admitting our brokenness. Rather than thinking “we’re not all we’re cracked up to be” we believe we’re cracked up to be exactly who God wants us to be—cracked pots striving to let His light shine through our broken vessels. Little by little becoming better men in Christ and by His Grace. This is what Men on Fire is Rememberallthe storyDumpty?Humptyof He sat on a wall, had a great fall and all the King’s horses and on Fire. The King we serve can put you back together better than ever. But He will leave just enough cracks to let His light shine through you. We know. The fact he works through knuckleheads like us blows our minds. Frankly, it cracks us up! Sorry. Men on Fire meets Saturday’s at the American Legion 850 N. St. Vrain. We gather for “Breakfast with a Purpose” at 8:00 a.m. Hope to see you there. From out of town? Join us!

New Service Times In person Holy Eucharist services every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. This service is also available via YouTube Wednesday(www.stbartsepiscopalchurch.org).InpersonHolyEucharisteveryat10:00a.m. St. EpiscopalBartholomew’sChurchServices

A very fun partners tournament was the game of the day for the Women’s League on Tuesday. Partners played six holes each of best ball, alternating shot and scramble formats. The winning teams were: 1st place – Ursula Geiger and Marilyn Soby2ndplace – two teams tied - Diane But ler & Bonnie Rumsey; and Jennifer Ger gen and Laura Mulder. We invite any women golfers to join our Tuesday morning group for fun and competition.Contactthe league President, Carla Spreng-Webb for more Carla.Spreng@gmail.cominformation.

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On Friday, September 23rd, Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church will host a golf tournament at the 18-hole golf course. This year, the proceeds from the golf tournament will benefit the youth programs at the Church, including the summer bible camp. The tournament will be a four-person scramble format with at 1:30 p.m. shot gunWestart.need golfers and supporters for this event - play golf, sponsor a team or a hole, provide prizes. Anything you can do to support our youth is greatly ap preciated. For more information, con tact the Church office at 970-586-8111.

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AA of Glen Haven- Every Monday night at the Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. Also Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Glen Haven Town Hall. Book study meeting. Early Worms-Monday thru Saturday at 7:00 a.m. (Tues., Thurs. & Saturday hy brid meetings with Zoom #796 839 839 PW:Worms20) at St. Bartholomew Church, 880 MacGregor Ave. Fall River Group Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held at 453 West Elkhorn: Sunday 6:00 p.m. Mon., Weds., Sat. Noon Fri. Noon and 7:00 p.m. Zoom Meetings-Everyday at noon Zoom #999 829 166 (no password needed).Monday Zoom Big Book study at 7 p.m. #654 598 884 (no password needed).Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Zoom #999 829 166 West Side Estes Park AA, meets at 2515 Tunnel Road, Estes Park and it takes place Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. in the Dannen Library - located on the lower level of the Legett Christian Center. The AA Meeting website has over 6,000 members and there are 69 AA Meetings a week plus NA has 30 meet ings a week. Go www.intherooms.comto

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The Community Prayer Quilters have lap quilts available free for anyone who needs prayers. Prayer quilts are appro priate for anyone who is experiencing a physical, emotional or spiritual life crisis and feels they would benefit from being covered in prayer. The Community Prayer Quilters is an interdenomina tional group that meets on Wednesday mornings in the lower level of Mount Calvary Church, across from the fire station. If you would like to request a prayer quilt for yourself or someone else, or would like to volunteer, please contact Johanna Gengler at jogengler@gmail. com. experience, skills to and about 970-685-8756.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 10 a.m. on September 24 at the Estes Park United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, the family has es tablished memorials at the Estes Park United Methodist Church, 1509 Fish Hatchery Road, Estes Park, Colorado 80517 and Audio Reader at the Uni versity of Kansas, 112O W. 11th St., Lawrence, Kansas 66044. To leave a message for the family visit www.allnuttestespark.com

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epnews.com Friday, September 9, 2022 « 33 Arleta Bell died peacefully on August 27, 2022. She was born to Charles and Evelyn Fry of Hershey Ne braska, on June 21, 1927 and lived there until she ing,WWIIgraduatedofBarnesvermoved'44.forvaledictorianHighfromgraduatedHersheySchoolastheClassofShethentoDentoattendSchoolBusiness.Sheaswasendandwasoffered a position in Breckenridge Schools, where she taught math and business on a oneyear emergency certificate.

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While in Denver, she met a soldier stationed at Lowry Air Force Base. His name was Rex Bell and when he re turned from the war, they moved to Topeka, Kansas (his hometown) and were married December 27, 1949. He preceded her in death in 1996. Before her children were born, she put her business education to use as an administrative assistant in a number of departments at the Topeka VA Hospi tal.In Topeka she and Rex were Charter Members of Countryside United Methodist Church and she attended there until moving permanently to Estes Park in 2003. She belonged to many organizations and also volun teered for many, some of which in clude: United Methodist Women, the Kansas Extension Agent Organization where she was on the State Board, P.E.O. Chapter DF, Big 12 Host Com mittee, Festival of Trees, and Doorstep. She was an avid reader, volunteering at Audio-Reader - University of Kansas, at the neighborhood grade school, and participating in a number of book groups.

stressful situations and she loved play ing Spite and Malice on Friday nights with the SRA group. She is survived by daughters Cindy Bell of Estes Park, Becky Cash (Denny) of Henderson Nevada, grand son Zachary Cash (Anna) of Prairie Village, Kansas and her great grandson Jack.She enjoyed spending time with her friends, traveling in the US as well as Europe, loving her dog Timmy, Uni versity of Kansas basketball, and most of all living in Colorado. When some one would tell her to "Have a good day" she would respond, "Every day is a good day in Colorado." She made a choice to be happy and optimistic and to smile at others. She was loved by many and will be missed by her family and friends.

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