This online class will be taught by Irene Shonle, Colorado State University native plant expert, on Thursday, March 16, noon to 1 p.m. Register at: https://npm2017webinarnpsituation.eventbrite.com. More
Seedling trees available at a nominal cost to be planted for conservation. There is no acreage requirement. The trees should be planted for shelterbelts, wildlife habitat, windbreaks, erosion control etc. More
The results are in and your local Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Annual Achievement Award
turned out to be a huge success! Students from all backgrounds and with all levels of
skills and abilities had an opportunity to showcase their individual talents in an attempt to
win over $25,000 in scholarship prizes. A fantastic effort was made by all applicants and 6 winners were ultimately chosen. Local student Chasmine Malabanan from Highlands Ranch HS in Highland Ranch CO, was selected as an Honorable Mention award winner. Chasmine will be presented with a cash prize of $500 to award her winning endeavor. Chasmine is the second student from Douglas County in as many years to receive the scholarship.
Open to students with all levels of talents and abilities, the Club Z! Annual Achievement
Award has something to offer for all students in grades 5 through 12. So whether your
student is a steadfast scholar or has shown steady improvement, a helper in the
classroom or a leader on the field, can write a thoughtful essay or even a math whiz, the
Club Z! Annual Achievement Award has something for all!
Cash scholarship awards totaling $25,000 will be presented to the winning applicants
during a special presentation held at the school. Winning entries are judged based on
performance, service, merit and achievement. Students were encouraged to apply for
the spring award period before the November 11 th , 2017 deadline.
Stay posted for more information about the next award period for the spring semester in
April! Feel free to visit our website for a list of national and local winner More
This winter Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) wants to encourage all of the state’s residents to make small changes in energy-usage habits so they can save on their home heating costs. More