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Revival time for Friends of Stratton Open Space

Friends groups vital for parksThe Friends of Cheyenne Cañon, (TFOCC), is the second oldest and one of the most active friends groups in Colorado Springs. Since 1992 TFOCC has raised money and provided volunteer labor in North Cheyenne Cañon Park, the city’s second largest park.Adjacent to North Cheyenne Cañon is the beautiful Stratton Open Space. It also has a friends group, organized under the name Cheyenne Commons but operating as Friends of Stratton Open Space.Anyone who has ever been…See More
Mar 31
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"Focus on Fire" could help prevent them

Project Learning Tree workshop ideal for teachersThe three worst fires in Colorado’s history have occurred since June 2012, and the fourth worst was just ten years earlier. Three of the four were in the El Paso and Teller County region. With that history it is more and more important for people to understand how fires work and how to prevent them or limit the damage they do.…See More
Oct 1, 2013
Bob Stovall posted a blog post

Bristol releases Cheyenne Cañon Piñon Nut Ale

Profits support Friends of Cheyenne Cañon It’s that time of year again - time for the release of Bristol Brewing Company’s Cheyenne Cañon Nut Brown Ale. The Friends of Cheyenne Cañon (TFOCC) will receive 100% of the profits from the sale of this smooth, roasty, brown ale during its limited release.In 1994 Mike and Amanda…See More
Aug 16, 2013
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Want to volunteer? North Cheyenne Cañon Park is looking for you

A chance to learn and teach in a National Park environmentWorking as a volunteer in North Cheyenne Cañon Park (NCCP) is a special opportunity, not unlike working in a much larger national park without having to drive for three hours. NCCP is the only park owned by the City of Colorado Springs that has its own City managed, free admission visitor centers – two of them. What’s more, the park is just fifteen minutes from downtown Colorado Springs and is the second most visited attraction in the…See More
Mar 16, 2013
Bob Stovall posted a blog post

Want to volunteer? North Cheyenne Cañon Park is looking for you

A chance to learn and teach in a National Park environmentWorking as a volunteer in North Cheyenne Cañon Park (NCCP) is a special opportunity, not unlike working in a much larger national park without having to drive for three hours. NCCP is the only park owned by the City of Colorado Springs that has its own City managed, free admission visitor centers – two of them. What’s more, the park is just fifteen minutes from downtown Colorado Springs and is the second most visited attraction in the…See More
Mar 15, 2013
Bob Stovall posted a blog post

How to say "No" and make a $1 billion return

Entrepreneur Tom Higley to speak at Peak Venture Group Wednesday eveningPeak Venture Group is moving it’s premier event to a new time and location in March.Peak Venture Group (PVG) has been supporting entrepreneurial activity in Colorado Springs for more than a decade. Peak Venture Group’s focus is to inspire and foster the growth of innovation and entrepreneurship creating a prominent sphere of influence for its members within the Colorado Springs business community and along the Front…See More
Mar 1, 2013
Bob Stovall posted a blog post

Love the outdoors?

Volunteering in N Cheyenne Cañon Park is just the thing Do you enjoy learning new stuff and sharing your knowledge with others? Would you enjoy volunteering in a national park like setting within the City of Colorado Springs?North Cheyenne Cañon Park is looking for volunteer Hiking Guides and Park Ambassadors for North Cheyenne Cañon Park. Both Hiking Guides and Ambassadors will be trained by the Parks Department to serve as goodwill representatives for the Park. You will learn about the…See More
Feb 12, 2013
Bob Stovall replied to Bob Stovall's discussion 'Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble' in the group Old Colorado City
"Dave - If you would like to participate we'd love to have you. Do you want both haircuts at the same time or would you like to spread them out? Call Rachel at the number in the article and we will get you set up to do the video and get the…"
Nov 6, 2011
Dave Hughes replied to Bob Stovall's discussion 'Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble' in the group Old Colorado City
"If I agree, do I get 2 for 1?  Since I fought in BOTH Korea and Vietnam as a local native.   And since this has to do with someplace called 'Grooming' do I have to have a haircut too?   <grin>    "
Nov 5, 2011
Bob Stephens replied to Bob Stovall's discussion 'Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble' in the group Old Colorado City
"Bob, I posted your story link on the Gazette website springsmilitarylife.com ... maybe you'd like to interact on that site too! Good luck with the videos and the museum!. Your story ran in today's Gazette Fresh*Ink pages too, so…"
Nov 2, 2011
Bob Stovall replied to Bob Stovall's discussion 'Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble' in the group Old Colorado City
"Contact us if you know any vets willing to share their stories."
Nov 1, 2011
Bob Stovall added a discussion to the group Fort Carson
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Veterans - Here's your call to Assemble

Come tell us your story Are you a veteran? Do you know a vet from Vietnam or earlier who has an interesting story of his or her service? If so, Roosters Men’s Grooming Center at 1466 Garden of the Gods Road would like you or that person to come by and share the story on video to be preserved for future generations.Roosters is teaming up with Mountain Post Historical Center and Impact Video Production to make a record of our community’s heroes to save for future generations. As we all so…See More
Nov 1, 2011
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Fort Carson

This is the place to read and write about life on Fort Carson! For those, or those with a family member, stationed at the post. Stay connected while deployed or away by posting photos, blog entries, videos and stories about what's important to YOU.
Nov 1, 2011
Bob Stephens replied to Bob Stovall's discussion 'Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble' in the group Old Colorado City
"What a great opportunity for veterans to share and preserve their stories! And the proceeds help build a Fort Carson museum. Thanks for sharing, Bob."
Oct 30, 2011
Bob Stovall added a discussion to the group Old Colorado City
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Veterans – Here’s your Call to Assemble

Come tell us your story Are you a veteran? Do you know a vet from Vietnam or earlier who has an interesting story of his or her service? If so, Roosters Men’s Grooming Center at 1466 Garden of the Gods Road would like you or that person to come by and share the story on video to be preserved for future generations.Roosters is teaming up with Mountain Post Historical Center and Impact Video Production to make a record of our community’s heroes to save for future generations. As we all so…See More
Oct 28, 2011
Bob Stephens left a comment for Bob Stovall
"Hello Bob and welcome to csfreshink.com. Hope you join the conversation with words and photos! Tell us what's going on in your neighborhood, at school or work and in your civic organizations or clubs. Join any neighborhood you want. Just have…"
Oct 28, 2011

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Revival time for Friends of Stratton Open Space

Posted on March 31, 2014 at 11:27am 0 Comments

Friends groups vital for parks

The Friends of Cheyenne Cañon, (TFOCC), is the second oldest and one of the most active friends groups in Colorado Springs. Since 1992 TFOCC has raised money and provided volunteer labor in North Cheyenne Cañon Park, the city’s second largest park.…

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"Focus on Fire" could help prevent them

Posted on October 1, 2013 at 12:58pm 0 Comments

Project Learning Tree workshop ideal for teachers

The three worst fires in Colorado’s history have occurred since June 2012, and the fourth worst was just ten years earlier. Three of the four were in the El Paso and Teller County region. With that history it is more and more important for people to understand how fires work and how to prevent them or limit the damage they do.…

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Bristol releases Cheyenne Cañon Piñon Nut Ale

Posted on August 16, 2013 at 2:33pm 0 Comments

Profits support Friends of Cheyenne Cañon

 

It’s that time of year again - time for the release of Bristol Brewing Company’s Cheyenne Cañon Nut Brown Ale. The Friends of Cheyenne Cañon (TFOCC) will receive 100% of the profits from the sale of this smooth, roasty, brown ale during its limited release.…

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Want to volunteer? North Cheyenne Cañon Park is looking for you

Posted on March 15, 2013 at 4:39pm 0 Comments

A chance to learn and teach in a National Park environment

Working as a volunteer in North Cheyenne Cañon Park (NCCP) is a special opportunity, not unlike working in a much larger national park without having to drive for three hours. NCCP is the only park owned by the City of Colorado Springs that has its own City managed, free…

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At 2:11pm on October 28, 2011, Bob Stephens said…
Hello Bob and welcome to csfreshink.com. Hope you join the conversation with words and photos! Tell us what's going on in your neighborhood, at school or work and in your civic organizations or clubs. Join any neighborhood you want. Just have fun and enjoy the site!

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