Tricia Chinn Campbell feels moms should be a little selfish. As the mother of two, Campbell knows it can be challenging for moms to take time to focus on their own needs. She also knows that school fundraisers are always popping up, so she found a way to benefit Colorado schools while also benefiting moms.
What’s Next?” is the question we’ve heard since the Dec. 11 community-wide listening sessions about keeping or changing the Stapleton name. Five organizations that contribute to the community in different ways sponsored the two sessions, one afternoon and one evening, to get a sense of community views on the subject. All five organizations have Stapleton associated with their names.
The Department of Public Health and Environment at the City and County of Denver welcomed the Stapleton Community into the Sustainable Neighborhood Network on Dec. 20, 2017.
Book reviews by librarians at the Sam Gary Branch, Denver Public Library
After several months of conversations about the Stapleton name, five community organizations have jointly concluded that what’s needed now is to hear what residents and neighbors think.
Now’s the time to go shopping—no, not for the holidays just yet, but for health insurance coverage.
The annual Stapleton Master Community Association (MCA) Members’ Meeting took place on Nov. 8.
The first non-residential use in Stapleton Aurora has received unanimous approval from the Aurora Planning Commissioner.
December 2017 SUN News and Events.