Session is well underway and the General Assembly has been doing all they can to make Colorado an even more amazing state.
This past week, I had the honor of attending a naturalization ceremony of new Americans at Dunn Elementary IB World School. At this heartwarming ceremony, 26 people from 10 different countries became United States citizens.
Applications are being accepted through April 15, 2016 for Pinnacol Foundation scholarships. These scholarships are open to Colorado high school and college students with a parent who has been seriously injured or killed on the job, whether or not that parent was insured by Pinnacol. Scholarships average $3500 per student per year and may be used at accredited colleges/universities, community colleges and vocational schools. For more information, please visit http://www.pinnacol.com/foundation
Town Hall Meeting
You are invited Saturday, March 12th, to a Town Hall Meeting at the Harmony Library from 1:00pm to 2:30pm. With half of the 2016 legislative session already complete, your state legislators will give an update on recent developments at the Capitol and answer constituent questions. The library is located at 4616 S. Shields St, Fort Collins, CO. Hope to see you there.