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Office Closing Early

August 3, 2015 12:00 pm

The office will be closing at 11am on Wednesday, August 5th for an employee event.

If you have an emergency maintenance request you can call 1-866-957-4885.

The office will re-open Thursday, August 6th at 9am.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Fun and Low-Cost Summertime Activities

July 29, 2015 12:02 pm

With all of its vacations, barbecues, and outdoor concerts, many people would say that the summertime is the most expensive season of the year. If you’re looking to stay active this summer without spending a lot of money, however, consider these fun and inexpensive activities — some of which are totally free!

  1. Go on a hike. You might not know it, but your town likely has hiking trails traversing its wooded areas and public parks. Do a quick online search to find the ones nearest to you.
  2. Have a picnic in the park. Invite a few of your friends to each bring a dish to a low-key picnic in the park. With just a few sandwiches, a light blanket, and some good conversation, you can have a wonderful afternoon outdoors.
  3. Go to a flea market. Instead of spending your hard-earned money at the mall, hit up a flea market to hunt for antique treasures.
  4. Go geocaching. If you enjoy uncovering hidden items, try your hand at this high-tech type of treasure hunting. Use your smartphone to create a geocaching account, then follow the instructions to find the geocache sites located throughout your town.

50 Cheap, Creative Ways to Have Fun (Tiny Buddha)
102 Things to Do on a Money-Free Weekend [The Simple Dollar]
12 Free or Low-Cost Summer Activities for Your Kids [U.S. News]

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Pick Up the Tab

July 25, 2015 10:00 am

The District is collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald Houses in Denver & Aurora. The Ronald McDonald House serves as a home away from home for many families whose children are seriously ill and are undergoing treatment at a local hospital.
Aluminum beverage tabs are collected and sold for cash. They are often worth more money than the can itself. The money generated from the pop tab recycling program goes towards every day operating expenses, as well as covering the cost of families who cannot pay for their stay at the House-no one is ever turned away due to inability to pay!

We have a collection jar in the office. Please collect your pop tabs so we can help this amazing organization!

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