Each day of Leadership Week, the students board buses to travel to various locations throughout the city to learn first-hand about careers in police and fire departments, businesses, the medical field, and non-profit organizations.
This month: Snarfs Opens in Mayfair Plaza; Westerly Creek Election Results; Non-Profit Kids’ Soccer League; and East Colfax Neighborhood Mural.
Even as storm clouds billowed overhead, a group of intrepid parents and their eager children gathered on the afternoon of May 18 to skip, run, and tumble across Central Park’s newly improved and renovated playground at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Xenia Street.
A first-of-its-kind Girl Scouts Dream Lab is set to open in Lowry in March and will offer girls opportunities to complete science projects, perform on stage, produce podcasts, simulate camping, and much more.
When Michelle Graham arrived as the new executive director of The Urban Farm three years ago, the organization was struggling. Fundraising was down, the main building was in desperate need of upgrading, and there were just four full-time employees.
Covid continues to take a toll on our youth. Here’s what some talented young artists had to say (or illustrate) about living through a pandemic.
“She’s a ticking time bomb.” The desperation in the mother’s voice is palpable as she talks about how her middle school student spent many months self-harming and has even threatened to kill herself.
Jenna Glover doesn’t mince words. She says the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a full-blown mental health crisis in children and teens, especially with issues of depression and anxiety.
Rex’s book is described as a “Primer for kids growing up in an era when facts are considered debatable and opinions are oft expressed loudly and without empathy.
Innovative outdoor play areas are coming soon to a neighborhood near you, just as demand for outdoor activities has never been greater.