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• SP ECIA L EDITIO N • VOL. 15 // ISSUE 11 // NOVEMBER 2016

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INTRODUCING THE TALK OF THE TOWN 2016 WINNERS!

It's our annual look at Broomfield’s favorite businesses and restaurants as selected by you, our readers. See if your favorites made the list!

FEATURES

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Broomfield FISH to Hold Annual “Harvest of Hope” Luncheon November 15

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Broomfield Civic Center Takes a Big Step Forward

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Museum Caps Off Busy Year with Veterans Day Celebration Thanksgiving Recipes from Friends of The Broomfielder

MONTHLY 06 From the Editor 08 Connect with The Broomfielder™

Have a Delicious & Safe Thanksgiving

10 Local Happenings

Building Broomfield’s Economy: Access Broomfield Economic Coalition

19 Tips for a Healthier You 53 From Access Broomfield Chamber


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ach year in August and September we survey you, our readers, for your votes for The Broomfielder’s Talk of the Town, our annual look at Broomfield’s favorite businesses and restaurants. This year’s survey included dozens of categories and you can read about all of the winners, which we are proud to present, on pages 28-41. See which of your favorite Broomfield businesses made the top of this year’s list. Many of our winners are small local businesses. We all know that shopping local is good for our community but here are a few reminders of why it is so important, paraphrased from www.sustainableconnections.org.

1. When you buy local there is a multiplying effect. Money spent locally is more likely to be recycled through the local economy and help even more local businesses. 2. Local businesses are more likely to be supportive of community organizations. 3. Local businesses help make a community more unique. 4. Local businesses have a smaller environmental impact due to reduced transportation needs. 5. Local businesses employ local residents. 6. Local businesses are more likely to have a consistent staff and therefore provide better service. 7. Local business owners are more invested in the local community. 8. Patronizing local businesses helps support the local tax base. 9. Local businesses provide unique products and services as opposed to mass produced and marketed goods. 10. Local businesses encourage local prosperity.

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EDITOR Tina Eichner

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Broomfield is filled with great businesses and services providers – our list simply provides a glimpse at this year’s readers’ favorites. The important thing is that we all shop local and conscientiously support the health of our community overall.

Rolling Toward the New Year I don’t know about you, but once November arrives it always feels like I am on a speeding train through the holidays and toward the end of the year and at The Broomfielder™ we are already looking ahead to our 2017 issues. We are planning for several new content features in 2017 and one of them will be a regular photo feature from our readers. For the January issue we would like to receive your best photos of Winter Beauty in Broomfield. As you go about your family winter celebrations and outdoor fun, stop and capture your best photos of Broomfield in all its winter glory. We might even use the best photo on the cover of the January issue. Submissions should be a full-color, vertical, high-resolution photo of a Broomfield venue or location, or illustrate something unequivocally “Broomfield.” Please send your submissions to graphics@loudmouthmedia.com by December 5, 2016. Thank you for reading, Tina Eichner, Editor

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Holiday Crafts NOVEMBER 19

Don’t miss out on the Craft Fair of the Holidays, the Santa Cellar, held at the Broomfield Community Center from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Our Annual Santa’s Cellar Craft Fair features local crafters in Colorado. Contact Kay Gazaway for information at 303-460-6929.

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Stop by the Nativity of Our Lord Women’s Guild Craft Fair and get your holiday shopping started from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Dozens of crafters will feature handmade gifts, jewelry, decorations, and more. Contact Nicki Battista at 303-469-0670 or Merrilyn Sikora at 303-469-5171 ext. 101 with questions.

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Broomfield FISH to Hold Annual

“Harvest of Hope” Luncheon November 15 By Elizabeth Buckingham

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id you know that it costs more than $80,000 annually for a family with two adults and two children to be financially self-sufficient in Broomfield? Plus, a recent survey shared some disconcerting news: 61% of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings, and 21% have no savings whatsoever. This lack of an emergency fund means that a seemingly minor situation – such as a failed furnace or a car repair – might propel a household into severe financial straits or even homelessness. And that’s where Broomfield FISH steps in to help. Founded in 1963, Broomfield FISH is a 501c3 non-profit and now assists more than 4,000 people in the community each year. This assistance comes in many forms, but many people think of Broomfield FISH primarily as a food bank. While the food pantry is a cornerstone of the operation, Broomfield FISH offers numerous other services as well, including transportation, housing, and utility assistance, as well as connecting clients to other resources within the community. Dayna Scott, executive director of Broomfield FISH, shared that the organization is primarily volunteer-run and “is really neighbors helping neighbors.” She explained that Broomfield FISH offers a variety of resources designed to keep people financially stable or help them get back on their feet after a crisis. She is particularly proud of the Navigator Program, where clients are paired one-on-one with a volunteer “navigator” to evaluate their individual situation and provide resources including financial counseling and other support. She also highlighted the Break from

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Hunger program, which offers assistance to food-insecure students who are apprehensive about leaving school for breaks and holidays because they’re not sure where their next meal might come from. Scott emphasized that “anyone can go through a hard time, no matter their circumstances,” and that Broomfield FISH is designed as a safety net to prevent community members from falling so far down that they can’t get back up. She mentioned that many people don’t think of Broomfield as a place where poverty exists, and that “it is sort of a hidden crisis, even though the economy is doing well.” All of these incredible programs wouldn’t be possible without community support, and on Tuesday, November 15, Broomfield FISH will host its signature annual fundraiser, “Harvest of Hope,” from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Omni Interlocken Hotel. Unlike many other fundraisers, there is no cost to attend this unique event; guests are asked to contribute any amount they’re comfortable with. The program will include speakers who have received support from Broomfield FISH sharing their stories. Scott said many community members who have received assistance and are now back on their feet return to the fundraising luncheon each year to make a donation. She said, “Harvest of Hope is a terrific way for people to really understand the impact Broomfield FISH has in the local community.” Interested in attending this inspiring event? Learn more about Broomfield FISH and register for the Harvest of Hope luncheon at www.broomfieldfish.org.


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Enjoy a night of Jazz from the Greatest Generation presented by Creative Broomfield and the University of Colorado Thompson Jazz Studies Faculty. Join John Gunther, Paul McKee, Jeff Jenkins, Bijoux Barbosa, and Paul Romaine for jazz at the Broomfield Auditorium from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. E-mail audi@broomfield.org for information or buy tickets online from Brown Paper Tickets for $7. Tickets are also available at the Audi Box Office by calling 720-887-2371 and will also be sold at the door for $10.

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Indulge in a delightful evening featuring two brief plays as BackStory Theatre presents Fantastic Fall Theatre; Alice in Wonderland and Sherlock Holmes. The back-to-back showing is at 6:30 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium with a 10-minute intermission between performances. A single $5 ticket gets you in both shows for all ages. Children under the age of five are free. For more information visit http://www.backstorytheatre.org

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Delight your ears with music from the Colorado Young Sinfonia as they present Masterworks from the Continent with music from three European master composers from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium. Enjoy the wit of Mozart’s Magic Flute Overture, the tuneful melodies of Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony and the grandeur of Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony, all performed by one of the premier ensembles for young people in the Denver region. Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for students, seniors and children under 12. Visit http://coloradoyoungsinfonia.org for more information.

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The Boulder Chamber Orchestra presents The Americans featuring Award Winning Violinist Karen Bently Pollick at 7:00 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium. Don’t Miss This All-American Extravaganza Just In Time For Thanksgiving. Featuring Award Winning Violinist Karen Bently Pollick. Samuel Barber Adagio for Strings Copland Appalachian Springs David A. Jaffe Violin Concerto, How Did It Get So Late? (U.S. premier). Tickets are $35 for general admission seats, $25 for seniors, $15 for students, and child 12 and under $5 were. http://www.boulderchamberorchestra. c o m / n e w - e ve n t s / 2 0 1 6 / 1 1 / 1 1 / t h e americans-broomfield

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Fill the night with music as Aster Women’s Chamber Choir presents Songs for Shakespeare 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium. The ladies will salute the poet and playwright by singing choral and solo vocal settings of his most loved verses. Settings of texts from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Tempest,” “As You Like It,” “Much Ado About Nothing,” “Hamlet,” and the Three Hags Haggis from “Macbeth” will delight you as the choir sings pieces in stately, spritely, and silly styles. The program will last approximately 75 minutes and will be presented without intermission. Visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/2569022 for tickets.

NOVEMBER 26

Catch the holiday spirit with Michael Martin Murphey’s Cowboy Christmas at 7:00 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium, Michael Martin Murphey decorates Christmas with Old-Time Western Spirit. Murphey’s treasured Cowboy Christmas concerts, a tradition now more than two decades strong, explores the humanity and spirituality of the season. It delves into the American heritage of Christmas organically and universally. It strips down the highly commercial holiday to its bare essentials in an effort to present a richer, more rewarding experience for the audience. Tickets are $39. Call 866-464-2626.

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Meet the author of the 2016 One Book, One Broomfield selection Grandma Gatewood’s Walk, Ben Montgomery. There will be an author talk at 7:00 p.m. at the Broomfield Auditorium followed by at book signing at 8:00 p.m.

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It’s that time of year again. The leaves have changed color, the Rocky Mountain peaks are white with snow and your doctor’s office has just received its first batch of flu shots. Of all the things we do in healthcare, flu shots stand at the summit as one of the most beneficial and cost-effective preventive actions. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), flu vaccines prevented 1.9 million cases of the flu and 67,000 hospitalizations in the 2014-2015 flu season. When most of us think of the flu, we think of pesky cold symptoms, body aches, and fevers that cause us to miss work or school for a few days. However, in some unfortunate patients, flu can be much more dangerous. Every year as a physician, I see patients with severe influenza admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at St. Anthony North Health Campus. Influenza causes an average of 23,000 deaths annually and this number rises to 46,000 deaths in particularly bad flu seasons. To provide some perspective, breast cancer causes about 40,000 deaths a year. Physicians recommend that everyone over the age of six months be vaccinated against the flu. There are high-risk groups where vaccination is especially important, including individuals over age 65, young children, pregnant women, healthcare personnel, and caregivers of small children and elders. One major change this year is that the intranasal flu vaccines, known as FluMist™, are no longer recommended. In the past, the intranasal vaccine was an option for patients with normal, healthy immune systems. However, recent studies have found that FluMist vaccine does not protect against certain strains of the flu as well as traditional flu shots. For patients over the age of 65, it is recommended to receive a high-dose version of the flu shot. Children between the ages of six months and eight years who are receiving the flu shot for the first time should get two injections, one month apart. Research is underway testing flu shots that last longer than one year, but they are not yet ready for primetime. So, at least for the time being, flu shots should be an every year must-do. They are fully covered by most health insurance plans. Many clinics, such as ours at St. Anthony North Family Medicine, can schedule flu shots as a nursing visit, meaning that you don’t even have to wait to see the doctor to get one. So get yourself and your family vaccinated now—especially Grandma and Grandpa— and enjoy a flu-free winter season.

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Broomfield Civic Center Takes a Big Step Forward By Dan Powers

The vision for the Broomfield Civic Center is moving one big step closer to reality following the selection of the teams who will develop the 61-acre site. As described in The Broomfielder in September, for several years proposals have been brainstormed envisioning this community hub as a mixed-use space that would serve as a park-like gathering place with restaurants, retail, and minimal residential development.

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n September 27, Broomfield City Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the developers who will be responsible for implementing the vision. Broomfield Deputy City and County Manager Kevin Standbridge summarized the selection process that was narrowed to two “solid, proven groups” following numerous meetings and presentations. Council ultimately directed staff to confirm the MOU with Urban Neighborhoods Inc. and City Street Ventures. Both companies were involved in the redevelopment of Denver’s Union Station and have a national reputation for sophisticated, integrated designs that emphasize a sense of community. Last year, Urban Neighborhood’s Dana Crawford presented to Council her company’s ideas to make the area around First Avenue and Main Street “the city’s living room,” with locally-owned shops and restaurants, a beer garden, and open spaces that could accommodate casual outdoor activities. Council was impressed with her experience blending new development with the historic

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architecture of existing neighborhoods and public buildings; she referenced taking cues from the design the Brunner Farmhouse and the Depot Museum. The MOU sets out the next steps, including focus sessions with the community regarding the attributes people would like to see within the space. “We expect to work hard to get a broad representation from the community,” said Kevin. “We will get the kind of community gathering place the Council has spoken about for many years.” A financial model will be created, cost estimates prepared, and negotiations will continue between the city, county, Broomfield Urban Redevelopment Authority, and the developers regarding the financing the project. Kevin emphasized that Council will have authority every step of the way over development plans and financial decisions. A formal development agreement will result from these negotiations. In addition, a planning consultant will be hired to review the list of desirable land uses, run through various iterations of how to situate those uses on the site, and make sure plans square up with the Comprehensive Plan, then those ideas will


be run through a cost analysis and brought forward to council for consideration. While there have been literally years of visioning and meetings around this topic, there is no apparent fatigue from Broomfield City Councilors; comments and questions at the Sept. 27 meeting showed Councilors are enthusiastic, engaged, and watchful. When Mayor Randy Ahrens asked for questions, Councilor Martha Derda remarked that prior focus sessions already provided ideas and asked how they would remain incorporated in the process. Kevin described how there has been a strong, constant thread of comments from residents and Council to have small, local businesses in the development and a limitation on residential development. He expects those two issues will remain. Councilor Kevin Kreeger said this is one of the most exciting and important projects the city is taking on, creating identity and a central gathering place. “It will increase tax revenue, it will bring what we most often hear people want: local, chef-owned restaurants and small retail, and will be a tremendous opportunity.” Having seen other projects by the developers, he said “What we want is what they do.” Councilor Elizabeth Law-Evans concurred this has been a really long process, with a cautious note that “if we try to do too much we’ll hinder its success. I want to be very careful of that and how we use citizen’s resources, be that land, money or whatever. We will be asked.” She called attention to financial strategy regarding the contribution of land by the city at possible reduced cost. “We need to make sure we negotiate very carefully to be sure we get the outcomes we want, from my perspective this has to make financial sense. I am dead set against an ongoing financial contribution by the city. AIl want to see a return on the citizens’ equity.” Councilor David Beacom mentioned concerns about the area around the project being landlocked, and how to create convenient access from US Hwy 36 and other points in the city. “We need to make sure we’re building

an economically viable project and not just building to get something built,” he said Kevin said focus groups and surveys will be pursued during December and the beginning of 2017. A rough timeline would suggest development not occurring until 2018. “Late 2017 would be very ambitious,” he told Council, to the sound of a couple sighs. “We’ll try, but there are a number of decisions that have to be made along the way involving Council, probably the reality is the beginning of 2018.” For updates visit www.broomfield.org and search for Civic Center. You can sign up for email updates as well.

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Museum Caps Off Busy Year with

Veterans Day Celebration By Kristen Beckman

In October, the museum highlighted the role women played on the home front during World War II with the presentation of a skit about Rosie the Riveter featuring local author Shirley Jamiel. The premise of the skit was an imaginary interview by a television talk show host trying to discover who the real Rosie the Riveter was. Rosie the Riveter was a fictional character who symbolized more than 6 million female workers who took jobs that were left open when men began deploying as soldiers. These women worked in factories building weapons and equipment for the war effort as well as in other jobs. The Rosie the Riveter generation of female workers were told they could hasten victory and bring their men home more quickly from the front lines by filling these jobs. The museum also participated in many other events during the past several months, including assisting the North Metro Fire District with its annual Flag Day ceremony in June by helping to collect flags for its flag retirement ceremony. The museum also participated in Broomfield Days with a special exhibition of a Vietnam-era helicopter.

The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum will honor veterans at its annual Veterans Day program, starting at 10:00 a.m., Friday, Nov. 11 at the Broomfield High School auditorium. The event honors and celebrates the service of past veterans and current military personnel with speeches, songs, and tributes. The celebration is free and open to the public.

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he event will include a presentation of the colors by the combined color guard of the Broomfield Police Department and North Metro Fire Rescue, as well as instrumental and vocal patriotic music and a speech given by a veteran of the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Veterans Day event culminates a busy year for the museum and its volunteers, who organized and participated in many community events and activities during the past year.

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Education The museum recently launched a new program, supported by a Broomfield Cultural Council Arts, Culture & Science grant, which loans trunks filled with educational materials to schools and organizations.


The Weight/Wait trunk, for example, is filled with artifacts and materials that demonstrate both the physical burden soldiers in various conflicts were expected to carry as well as the psychological burdens and the long-lasting effects war has on soldiers. The trunk includes items such as a weighted backpack, a helmet, copies of diaries and letters written by soldiers, as well as information about post-traumatic stress related to battle. The educational materials include comics, articles, videos, books, and activities. The museum also continues to offer its Coffee and Conversations meetings twice a month, featuring either a veteran, a historian or a civilian who has a story to tell about the country’s military history, said Lew Moir, president of the museum’s board of directors. In October, the museum presented Joe McCarthy, who was a squad leader in the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Airborne Battle Group in Germany from 1961 to 1964. His unit supported NATO exercises, patrolled the East German border and participated in airborne exercises in both Turkey and Cypress.  While in Germany, Joe met his future wife, Heide, whose family lived in Berlin during World War II. Another Coffee and Conversations speaker scheduled during October featured Colleen Sawyer, a Broomfield resident who provided a presentation on letters from World War II. The talk explored the role of the mail through

the love story of George Sawyer and Jane Remer (Colleen’s mother), and included topics such as V-mail, censorship, photos, and artifacts sent through the mail, and the soldiers’ concerns and everyday life from the front.

Website Refresh The museum also has been working during the past several months to update its website to give it a fresh look and make it more user friendly. The museum’s curator did much of the design work after taking into account feedback from Broomfield residents. The website aims to provide easily accessible information about upcoming events, regular programming, educational resources, and ways to support the museum. The new website and information on all of the museum’s upcoming events and programs can be found at www. broomfieldveterans.com. TO VIEW THE BROOMFIELDER™ ONLINE VISIT: WWW.LOUDMOUTHMEDIA.COM

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MODERN MARKET Modern Market uses simple, whole ingredients that come from farms, not factories, and makes most things from scratch, even down to their salad dressings and pizza dough. 4800 West 121st Ave. Unit 1 Broomfield www.modernmarket.com

BIG DOG DELI Creative, unique, delicious, freshly made subs in Broomfield. Sandwiches offered in two sizes with your choice of toppings.

RED ROBIN Red Robin serves up fresh, fire-grilled burgers, loosely packed, and full of flavor, promising burger greatness for every guest. 1 W. Flatiron Crossing Drive Broomfield www.redrobin.com

BEST FINE DINING

VILLAGE TAVERN Village Tavern offers the freshest ingredients and top notch service in an elegant yet welcoming atmosphere. 1 W. Flatiron Crossing Drive Broomfield www.VillageTavern.com

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BROTHER’S BBQ Brother’s BBQ serves fresh meats, including brisket, pork shoulders, ribs, and chicken, slow smoked daily over freshly cut hickory wood. 565 U.S. Hwy. 287 Broomfield www.brothers-bbq.com

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BEST PIZZA

INFINITUS PIE IPIE believes in inspiring via mouthwatering pizza coupled with a passionate dedication to community, education, and humor. 145 Nickel St. Broomfield www.infinituspie.com

BEST SUSHI OOKA SUSHI

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Azitra features classic Indian cuisine reinvented for today’s discerning palate, served in a warm and inviting space. Azitra provides memorable dining experiences day after day, featuring an


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BEST INDIAN (TIE) ZAIKA Zaika means flavor and Zaika serves authentic Indian flavors with modern flare with passion and dedication. 300 Nickel St., Suite 19 Broomfield www.zaika.com

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WONDERLAND BREWING CO. Wonderland Brewing Company is a small batch brewery aiming to turn every frown upside down with big dreams, a big property, and carefully crafted beers. 5450 W. 120th Ave. Broomfield www.wonderlandbrewing.com

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toppings to choose from, allows you to discover your potential for dessert compatibility. A familyowned business, brothers Nick and Jake hand pick fresh ingredients daily to ensure your date-night treat is both delicious and healthy.  There is plenty of indoor seating with free iPads available to play games or to send out pictures of your first date on Snapchat or Instagram. Open 7 days a week.  

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SALON TAO Salon Tao is a full-service beauty salon and spa offering a tranquil and relaxing environment for all of your hair and nail care needs. 13654 Xavier Lane # 102 Broomfield www.thesalontao.com

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BEST BARBER

FLOYD’S Floyd’s is the original rock n’ roll barbershop with full-service hair care for men and women. 10445 Town Center Dr., Suite 120 Westminster www.floydsbarbershop.com

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UNIQUE NAILS Whether you’re looking for a fresh nail color or a bold design, Unique Nails is here to please you. 300 Nickel St., #13 Broomfield 303-465-1081

BEST GOLF COURSE

BROADLANDS GOLF The Broadlands offers superb playing conditions, attention to every detail, and a staff deeply committed to your enjoyment on and off the golf course. 4380 W. 144th Ave. Broomfield www.thebroadlandsgc.com

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CORE POWER YOGA Core Power offers a high-intensity workout to push past physical boundaries with an open mind and a beating heart. 3700 W. 144th Ave. Ste. C100 Broomfield www.corepoweryoga.com

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TERESA FAZIO PHOTOGRAPHY Teresa Fazio is a creative photographer specializing in custom High School Senior Portraiture. 1281 Bellaire Street Broomfield, CO 80020 www.teresafaziophotography.com

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BAL SWAN Bal Swan Children’s Center is a non-profit private preschool that has been serving the Broomfield area for 53 years. Children from two to six years of age attend class in an inclusive environment. The school’s mission is to help students grow socially, emotionally, and academically by working with evidence-based models of instruction. Focus is on meeting the developmental needs of children of all abilities. Children and families are supported by a full therapy department, highly trained staff and parenting classes. Bal Swan has been a Certified Pyramid Plus Implementation Center since 2009, and recently received the highest Level 5 Rating from Colorado Shines!

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Swimming, tumbling, climbing, and playing! What a great way to celebrate a birthday. The Paul Derda Recreation Center offers party packages that allow your child and his or her friends to play in the indoor aquatic park, playground, game room, gymnasium, climbing wall, and gymnastics center. All party packages include two-hour use of a party room adjacent to the pool or playground. Party packages are priced based on the number of guests up to 50. Discounts are available to rec center pass holders. 13201 Lowell Blvd. Broomfield www.Broomfield.org/PartyRooms

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Flatirons Audiology’s mission is to change people’s lives by restoring the quality of their hearing, in order for them to experience enhanced communication with their loved ones, and decrease disturbance from tinnitus. They specialize in treating tinnitus (ringing in the ears), hyperacusis (sound sensitivity), and hearing impairment. Flatirons Audiology offers comprehensive and personalized evaluations and treatment plans as well as helping you choose whichever treatment or amplification tools best suit your needs, to maximize your hearing potential. Flatirons Audiology also provides informational seminars about new treatments for tinnitus and hearing loss for the community. 300 Exempla Circle, Suite 365 Lafayette www.flatironsaudiology.com

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FLEISCHMANN FAMILY DENTISTRY Fleischmann Family Dentistry believes in preventive care and education for all patients and works hard to empower patients to become strong voices in their own dental care. 1080 U.S. Hwy. 287 Broomfield www.broomfielddentistry.com

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LAFAYETTE PEDIATRICS Lafayette Pediatrics is dedicated to the health and well-being of our patients in all aspects of their lives.   300 Exempla Circle, Suite 420 Lafayette www.lafayettemedpeds.com

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BROOMFIELD ORTHODONTICS Happy clients at Broomfield Orthodontics will have smiles for a lifetime under the care of Dr. Joe Dankey. Broomfield Orthodontics is committed to providing top-notch orthodontic treatment


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Sill-TerHar Sill-TerHar Motors provides an award-winning lineup of new and used cars, easy to understand auto-financing, and an expert team of auto repair specialists providing top quality parts that meet manufacturer specifications. 150 Alter St. Broomfield www.sthmotors.com

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SHELLY’S GARDEN CENTER Visit Shelly’s Garden Center for the finest selection of plant materials available today, and every product required to transform your outdoor vision into a reality. 4181 W. 120th Broomfield www.shellysgardencountry.com

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When you want to let a little sun in, or keep it out, Windo Van Go can help with quality shades, blinds, shutters, and draperies suitable for every room in your home. The staff at Windo Van Go are Hunter Douglas Certified installers who pride themselves on providing high-quality products and the highest levels of service. The family owned company and recent winner of the Best of Boulder County award has been in business more than 20 years. It has a newly remodeled showroom in Broomfield and also provides after hours and in-home design consultations along with blind and shutter repairs. 1140 U.S. Highway 287, Unit B Broomfield www.windovango.org

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HOGAN’S PEAK LANDSCAPING Based out of Broomfield Hogan’s knows what you want in landscaping services and has the ability, dependability, and quality to get you there. 720-316-7189 Broomfield www.hoganspeaklandscaping.com


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Thanksgiving Recipes FROM FRIENDS OF THE BROOMFIELDER

Holiday Turkey Dressing Sara Farris, Public Information Officer North Metro Fire Rescue District This is my great-grandmother’s recipe for dressing, which has been passed on to each generation.

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1 recipe (or one package) of prepared cornbread, torn in pieces 1 recipe (or one package) of prepared buttermilk biscuits, torn in pieces 3 raw eggs 1 onion 2 or 3 stalks of celery, chopped

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1 apple, peeled and diced 4 to 6 cups of chicken broth ½ cup of cubed, lump butter chunks Salt and pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients in bowl and set aside.

Directions Combine ingredients in casserole dish. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Place dish in the oven and lower temperature to 350 degrees. Cook through for at least 30 minutes.

Gravy Mix 1 cup of chicken or turkey broth and 1 cup of milk. Add cooked and chopped chicken or turkey gizzards and livers to the liquid. Bring to boil and thicken with flour paste. Season to taste with salt and pepper.


Zucchini Casserole Karen Smith, Executive Director, Broomfield Community Foundation This is a must for the holidays in our family.

Four-Ingredient Cranberry Orange Relish Bette Erickson, City & County of Broomfield Councilmember and Commissioner

Ingredients • • • • • • •

4-5 medium zucchini squash ¾ cup onions ¾ cup shredded carrots ½ cup sour cream 1 can cream of chicken soup (or you can use cream of celery) ½ stick margarine 1 box seasoned croutons (onion and garlic are best)

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½ cup white sugar (more or less, to taste) 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

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Directions Peel, slice (largely diced), and boil zucchini until semi-soft. Sauté onions and carrots in margarine until tender.  Combine boiled zucchini, sautéed onions and carrots, sour cream, soup, and 1 ½ -2 cups croutons in large bowl.  Mix well.  Pour into 9 x 13 baking dish and bake at 350 degrees about 40 minutes.  Sprinkle top with remaining croutons and bake an additional 5 minutes.

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Holiday Twice-Baked Potatoes Tina Eichner, Editor, The Broomfielder magazine I make these potatoes every year for an annual Christmas party with friends and at least one other time during the holiday season for one family gathering or another. Please note: calories do not count on Christmas.

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10 very large russet potatoes 1 pound of melted butter 16 ounces of sour cream 1 8-ounce package of cream cheese, room temperature

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Grated cheddar cheese for topping Salt and pepper Garlic salt

Directions Bake potatoes in the oven until they are soft to the touch (yielding). Let cool and slice in half. Scoop out insides being careful not to break the skin. Set skins aside. Place potatoes in large bowl and add all dairy ingredients except for the cheddar cheese. Mash potatoes thoroughly with hand masher or hand mixer until smooth. Season blended mixture generously with salt, pepper, and garlic salt. Refill skins. Sprinkle each half potato generously with grated cheddar cheese. Place potatoes in baking pan and return to oven for 20-30 minutes at 300 degrees. Be careful to not burn the cheese. Serve immediately.

Happy Thanksgiving!


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Have A

Delicious & Safe

Thanksgiving By Sara Farris

As Thanksgiving nears, families start preparing for their big day of cooking. It’s a time for everyone to gather around the kitchen and table, watch football, and enjoy the cooler fall weather. But Thanksgiving is also the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment. North Metro Fire Rescue District wants to educate families on cooking safety to help prevent fires at home and avoid trips to the emergency room. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries, and the majority of them are caused by unattended cooking. Families should remember these tips in order to keep the kitchen a safe and fun place for the whole family to hang out.

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• Stay in the kitchen when you’re cooking. If you do have to leave the kitchen for a short period, turn the stove or oven off. • Keep flammable items such as oven mitts, hand towels, wooden utensils, etc. away from your stovetop, and don’t wear loose-fitting clothing that could accidentally dangle onto stove burners and catch on fire. • Teach your younger children to respect the “kid-free zone,” which is about a 3-foot distance from your cooking surface. Also, use the back burners when possible with the pot handles turned away from the heat source. • Make sure your smoke alarms are working properly. • If you should have a grease fire, the best way to put it out is to smother it. Never use water.


The Dangers of Deep-Frying a Turkey For those wanting a deep-fried turkey this year, North Metro Fire recommends that families have their turkey fried by a commercial food vendor, such as grocery stores and restaurants, or purchase a turkey fryer that requires no oil. Many people are unaware just how dangerous deep frying a turkey can be. The oil in a fryer gets very hot while cooking a turkey, and any exposure to the oil, whether a splash or spill, can cause serious burns to one’s skin. Even after the fryer is turned off, the oil can remain hot for hours, so remember to keep it away from children. When cooking oil is heated beyond its cooking temperature, vapors can ignite. Monitor cooking temperatures closely, and also make sure the turkey is thawed and dry before cooking. Ice or water that mixes into the hot oil can cause flare-ups. If using a gas-powered fryer, never use it indoors or on wooden surfaces due to the high risk of causing a fire. Whether cooking in the kitchen or frying anything outside, residents should always keep an extinguisher nearby in case a fire should erupt. North Metro Fire wants everyone to enjoy their Thanksgiving and time spent cooking with their family. However, everyone should remember to take safety precautions when preparing their family’s feast. If you should experience a fire, call 911 immediately.

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Building Broomfield’s Economy:

Access Broomfield Economic Coalition By Dan Powers

A new economic development effort within the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce aims to build on and maximize the strengths of the city’s business environment. The Access Broomfield Economic Coalition (ABEC) will leverage expertise, insights, and resources of large and small local businesses, with a vision to ensure Broomfield companies get the resources and connections necessary to thrive.

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hristian Booty is the Director of Business and Economic Development hired to lead ABEC. He started earlier this year, and ABEC had its formal launch on August 31. With a general philosophy that it is most effective to grow and retain existing industries and business, Christian is guiding ABEC with six focus areas: Business Climate; Business Attraction & Retention; Cluster Development; Entrepreneurship; Marketing; and Site Selection. “I’ve spent a good portion of my time visiting with Broomfield businesses and getting an understanding of what ABEC as a concept could be, how we could be relevant and fit into the broader landscape of economic development efforts by the Chamber and the city,” said Christian. Christian described how Broomfield’s well-established Chamber has more than 500 member businesses; by tapping into the business leaders of various sectors within the Chamber, ABEC can benefit from a built-in “force multiplier” which can demonstrate how rich the economic climate in Broomfield is and help to both attract new and nurture existing companies. “We should be able to achieve some of our business retention and expansion goals through sensible collaborations and interactions with our membership,” he said. On that theme, there are a few significant industry clusters, particularly around technology-oriented companies like software, bioscience, and information management. ABEC will assist as a resource to attract the millennial workforce desired by these companies via marketing programs, events to connect companies for idea sharing, and as a go-to source of assistance for start-up and nascent entrepreneurs coming out of companies looking to start their own. “These efforts all interlink and are natural activities for a Chamber,” said Christian. Some people wonder why ABEC is needed; Jennifer Kerr, CEO of the Broomfield Chamber explained the back story: “For many years the Broomfield Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) operated with substantial financial support from the city, then city leaders decided to create an internal government position to focus on economic development.” When the city made the decision to bring economic development in-house, they reduced the funding quite dramatically to the BEDC. “The BEDC was not viable without that funding, which led to the creation of a regional entity called the Northwest Denver Business Partnership. That organization ultimately didn’t succeed, as it was difficult to bring together various communities who already had their own efforts underway,” said Jennifer. “We heard from those former BEDC members they missed getting together, hearing what was going on in Broomfield’s business scene, sharing ideas, and what’s working for them. People missed the awards functions, bus tours, business gatherings, etc. But once they were gone, people began to see how important they were,” she added. “The Broomfield Chamber

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of Commerce has been actively exploring how we could help serve this perceived need, and the new ABEC is actually about five years in the making.” Christian was selected from more than 100 applicants and brings years of private sector business development and marketing experience, as well as having worked for nearly a decade for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership. While there, he facilitated a $400 million, 500-job development with Rolls Royce, the auto manufacturer. “I knew [the ABEC] wouldn’t get traction without hiring someone with extensive economic development experience,” said Jennifer. Given that the City and County of Broomfield already has economic development staff, there is an intentional nuance to how Christian will guide ABEC’s projects and activities: ABEC’s intention is to emphasize retention of existing companies. The city is supportive of the ABEC launch, “The City and County of Broomfield Economic Development Department looks forward to partnering with the Broomfield Chamber of


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