Foothills Kiwanis of Boulder Valley
Kiwanis is a worldwide service organization for men and women desiring personal involvement in the leadership and improvement of their communities. As a group, we achieve what individuals cannot do alone. Our motto and the cornerstone of Kiwanis is Serving the Children of the World.
Service is at the heart of every Kiwanis club, no matter where it's located. Members stage nearly 150,000 service projects and raise nearly $100 million every year for communities, families, and projects.
At Foothills Kiwanis, we strive to serve the children of the world. We do so through several community service activities, including providing trained dogs to protect children who have Type 1 Diabetes and severe allergies and other medical conditions through our club's Alert Dog Program, volunteering with The Salvation Army Red Kettle, sponsoring High School Key Clubs, and University Circle K Club, hosting Stars of Tomorrow youth talent competitions, providing annual Foothills Kiwanis Tuition scholarships, and much more.
The Foothills Kiwanis Club of Boulder Valley meets every Monday from 7:00-8:00 am in The Grill at Coal Creek Golf Course in Louisville, CO.
Alert Service Dogs for Kids
There are numerous "silent disabilities" such as diabetes and extreme allergies in children. Their normal lives are severely constrained by their need for continuous monitoring and protection. Alert Service Dogs for Kids helps to dramatically improve a child's life by giving them a well-trained service dog. We provide these dogs free of charge to the families and train them to sound an alert
when their child's blood sugar level is low or there are allergens present that the child is sensitive to. Families participate in two training sessions a month to develop their alert dog's obedience and condition recognition skills. For more information, see our website at alertdogs4kids.org
Mash Lab Brewery and Kitchen
Founded in 2016 by classic car enthusiasts Eric and Cristin Peratt, Mash Lab has grown into a welcoming neighborhood hangout. Mash Lab started in an "extra' room in the Peratt's nationally recognized hot-rod shop, Pinkee's, with a 1 barrel brew system. Before long it advanced to a 3 barrel system and now boasts a 10 barrel brewhouse.
Eric and Cristin brought on Head Brewer, Ryan Joy, in 2018. Ryan has added a barrel program, a sour program, and award-winning beer.
Eric and Cristin purchased the land next to The Garage to build the Mash Lab Brewing and Kitchen facility. In 2020, Jason and Heather Boockholdt partnered with the Peratt's.
"We love our community and plan to continue to support it with charitable events, donations to kid's sports, and a relaxing place to meet with friends and family. Sit back, grab a drink, listen to music, meet new friends and old, and get to know us. We are excited to know you! Cheers"! For more information, go to mashlabbrewing.com
WK Real Estate
The spirit of giving back is fundamental to everything we do here at WK Real Estate. We live and work in our local communities and for us it's not just a "community event" we choose to sponsor, but the place where we met the love of our life or found the perfect four-footed hiking companion. Our agents give back to more than 100 nonprofit organizations by donating time, money and goods.
Lew Kingdom and Stu Wright met at a local Boulder Area REALTOR® Association event back in 1974. On April 1, 1976 the idea to open their own independent brokerage came to fruition and with $6,000 each, Lew and Stu opened the doors at 1900 Folsom Street in Boulder and called the fledging company Wright Kingdom (renamed WK Real Estate in 2016).
Staunchly independent, the company gradually grew to over 80 Realtors over the next forty years, resisted selling out to national franchise companies, and is now the largest independent real estate company in Boulder County. WK is currently located at 4875 Pearl East Circle in Boulder and 2101 Ken Pratt Blvd in Longmont. For more information go to wkre.com
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A Colorado owned and operated company since 1986, Premier Mortgage Group, a division of Cherry Creek Mortgage Co., Inc., is one of the Rocky Mountain Region's most trusted providers of home loans.
We actively incorporate new ideas and strategies while remaining true to the conservative business practices that have allowed us to succeed. The ownership of the company is active within the business and consistently strives to improve service. As a privately owned and operated full-serice mortgage banking company, we offer a variety of loan products and services with financial backing our customers can count on. What sets us apart is our personal relationships. For more information go to pmglending.com
Boulder Daily Camera
In September 1890, the Camera began as a weekly newspaper. The name Camera was adopted because founders Frederick P. Johnson and Bert Ball had the idea of a publication with more illustrations than most newspapers of that time. The Camera name remains unique among newspaper banners in the United States, if not the world.
During the course of our long history, we have been owned by entrepreneurs, families and corporations. But the truth of the matter is, our heart and soul have always belonged to you. We were, are and will always be your source for local news and advertising information.
Over the years we have woven Boulder and Broomfield counties issues, events, politics and human stories into the fabric of our pages. Our mission is the same today as it's always been: To deliver essential, informed and relevant news to our readers.
KWGN-TV serves Denver and the Rocky Mountain region with a distinguished legacy including many landmark moments in broadcasting history.
As the first television station in Denver to broadcast local news and from both studio and live remote locations, Channel 2's 9:00 PM newscast served the community for decades. It was later moved to 7:00 PM.
In January 2000, KWGN expanded beyond its legacy 9:00 PM newscast by launching a three-hour morning newscast, first called "WB2day" and later renamed "WB2 Morning News," and then "News2 This Morning." It has since been expanded by an hour, renamed "Daybreak" and now runs each weekday morning from 5:00 AM – 9:00 AM.
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