Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

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    FVP offers support for parents

    The tagline on the Family Visitor Programs (FVP) website reads: “Because babies don’t come with care instructions.” As most new parents would attest, that statement is accurate, and those first few years of raising a child can feel rocky. One question that continuously looms large for manyread more →

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    Memorializing the public space

    The question about the appropriateness of certain monuments and statues has been simmering for decades. It finally bubbled over in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. As civil unrest spread across the country, many statues and monuments were vandalized, destroyed or removed.read more →

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    Rethinking reading and writing

    In 2018, Sparkle Nation Book Club (SNBC), a literary arts collective founded by artists and writers Gabrielle Rucker, Precious Okoyomon and Diamond Stingily, was formed in part to “challenge academia’s notions of reading and writing” and open a dialogue “of how to ‘properly’ obtain, share and utilize knowledge.”read more →

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    Audiencia pública de redistribución de distritos viene a Carbondale

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    La Comisión Independiente de Redistribución de Distritos de Colorado (CIRC) organizará una audiencia pública en Carbondale el sábado 31 de julio a las 11 de la mañana en la sala comunitaria del Third Street Center. La audiencia permite a los miembros deread more →

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    Sopris Lodge delivers on convenience

    Sopris Lodge in Carbondale officially opened to residents on July 7. Located at 295 Rio Grande Avenue, just north of True Nature Healing Arts and next to the Rio Grande Trail, it consists of one building with 27 independent living apartments. With 24 memory care and 23 assisted living… read more →

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    It's all of us – 50 years of fair

    Amy Kimberly, Carbondale Arts (CA) executive director and Mountain Fair director, shared that the first-ever gallery exhibition of the history of Mountain Fair, currently on display in The Launchpad’s R2 Gallery, “has been years in the planning.”

    Kimberly explained many of the items in the exhibitionread more →

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    Redistricting public hearing comes to Carbondale

    The Colorado Independent Redistricting Commissions (CIRC) will be hosting a public hearing in Carbondale on Saturday, July 31, at 11 a.m. in the Community Room at the Third Street Center. The hearing allows community members to learn more about the redistricting process and to have input during aread more →

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    CO mental health bills increase support

    Several bills focusing on the mental wellness of Coloradans, many of which garnered bipartisan support, were passed by lawmakers in the 2021 legislative session and signed into law by Governor Jared Polis.

    The Behavioral Health Recovery Act (SB21-1371) is a $114 million omnibus bill, with $100read more →

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    Ahorrando y plantando árboles

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El 1 de junio, el FirstBank lanzó el Paquete Bloom, una nueva cuenta de cheques y ahorros que plantará cinco árboles por cada cuenta abierta.

    FirstBank se ha asociado con la organización mundial de reforestación, One Tree Planted (OTP),read more →

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    Saving money and planting trees

    On June 1, FirstBank launched the FirstBank Bloom Package, a new checking and savings account that will plant five trees for every account opened.

    FirstBank has partnered with the global reforestation nonprofit, One Tree Planted (OTP), in hopes of planting 50,000 new trees in Colorado, Arizona and California.… read more →