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Supporters of the Evergreen Animal Protective League packed the house and deck at Cactus Jack's on August 20th, enjoying barbecue and salads donated by restaurant owners Megan and Gary Mitchell and music by Joe Bye and Friends. Hundreds of donated items were available for bid through the silent and live auctions. Proceeds benefitted the organization that has helped pair up people and pets throughout the Evergreen area since 1981.
Leadership Evergreen is now accepting applications for the Class of 2015.
Leadership Evergreen (LE) is a non-profit organization that connects people within the Evergreen area and surrounding mountain communities in a dynamic way, helping to educate, inspire and develop leadership potential through a year-long series of monthly education modules about vital aspects of the community. There have been more than 100 graduates of the program since its inception in 1996.
The program is designed for individuals who want to pursue a sustained level of involvement in the future of Evergreen and surrounding mountain areas. Participants will broaden their community awareness and strengthen their leadership skills through a series of monthly modules.
Cathy Baim relocated to Conifer in 2008 because of her husband’s job…. Yet, ironically, it was her husband’s job that ultimately led Cathy to unselfishly follow a path that would serve to help members of our community.
Cathy is a licensed clinical social worker who maintained two private practices in Wisconsin, but initially took some time off after moving to Colorado. She then accepted employment with Mountain Peace Shelter (PeaceWorks, Inc.) as a counselor, working there for a year. It was there that she met PeaceWorks’ Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Smith, Executive Director of Evergreen Christian Outreach.
Unfortunately, Cathy’s husband’s job didn’t work out, which prompted him to seek other employment wherever the best opportunity would present itself. When he secured a job on the East Coast and their departure from Colorado seemed inevitable, the couple’s plan to move was somewhat compromised due to the stalled real estate market.
- Music in the Meadow benefits EChO • Aug 28th
- Walk for Wilderness • Sept. 6th
- "Kiss Me Kate" at Center Stage • Sept. 12-28th
- ENN Kickoff Koffee • Sept. 13th
- Bits & Pieces closing
- Joe Glasmire and Laurie Hill Gibb featured at Main Street Fine Art
- Interfaith dialogue on lifecycle ceremonies and sacraments
- Nature Center highway signs
- Classes and events at The Humphrey in September