Grapevine
06/22/2018
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In This Issue
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - The Aspen of Woodland Park
Special Thanks to Chamber Volunteers
Big O Tires Has Great Deals
Rockfall Mitigation Update
Bring Issues to Senator Bennet
Woodland Park Pine Needle Round-up
Summer Family Bible Conference at Charis
Become a Chamber Volunteer
Top Quality with Update Printing
Tickets Available for Marigreen Pines Tour
Cemetery Crawl Benefiting Historical Society
New Souvenirs at Andersen Pack N Ship
Energy Efficient Homes with SIPerior Designs
General Construction Services with Andersen Enterprises
Goodwill Offers IT Training for Careers
Vectra Offers Certificate of Deposit Promotion
Woodland Professional Building
Horseback Riding at M Lazy C
Cari Dell to Perform at Woodland Park Library
Computer Classes Offered at Library
Parents as Teachers Program Through Family Resource Center
Hot Heads Spring Fling
Be Active with Help from the Healing Spot
For All Cleaning Needs - Neverland Cleaning
Drink Specials at Woodland Country Lodge
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Highway 67 Update
UCHealth Presents
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2018
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont




PBS Trust

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Black Hills 
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
ribbon cuttingThe Aspen of Woodland Park
Hosted by the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce  
 
Date           Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time           2:00 p.m.
Location      107 Village Terrace
                   Woodland Park

Join us at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Grand Opening of The Aspen of Woodland Park, an assisted living residence in the heart of Woodland Park.  Tours will be offered following the ribbon cutting ceremony.  
Special Thanks to Our Chamber Volunteers for Their Service 
 
Today is the final day of our Chamber Volunteer Week.  This week-long celebration honors our volunteers and shows them our appreciation for the many hours they donate to the Chamber.  More than 2,900 hours just this past year!    
 
Our sincere thanks to Sherri Albertson, Dottie Brennan, Carlos Gonzalez-Brito, Ellen Carrick, Leslie Conrad, Marilyn Cummings, Georgee Deppen, Henry Felix, Lois Sill and Norma Thompson for their dedication to the Greater Woodland Park Camber of Commerce. 
Big O Tires Has Great Deals
Big O Tires
Traffic Update-June 24 - June 30
US 24 Rockfall Mitigation
Speed limits to be strictly enforced

Rockfall Mitigation on US 24 will begin at mile point (MP) 294 and continue to MP 301. East and westbound motorists can expect a single lane configuration with east and  westbound traffic head to head  on the eastbound lane, reduced speed limits,  extended  commute time for congestion in the work zone, and 11 ft. width restriction during working hours.  Bicyclists are discouraged from riding through the construction zone during hours of operations.
Work this week will consist of rock scaling, drilling, and installing rock anchors.

This week the project work hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Drivers are asked to obey all speed limit reductions and construction road signs during this time.  
For additional information about this project, call the project information line at
719-695-0112, email the team at us24rockfall@gmail.com or visit
Bring Issues to Senator Bennet
Sen. Michael Bennet
Woodland Park Pine Needle Round-up

Constant increases in cost of disposal of trash at the Divide Transfer Station has made it hard for many families to dispose of their pine needles which causes concerns in case of an approaching wild fire. NE Teller County Fire District and Long Branch Construction Services want to provide you an easier and cheaper way to dispose of your pine needles to help promote fire mitigation in Woodland Park.

Help promote fire mitigation in Woodland Park by raking and bagging pine needles around your home. Bring to NE Teller County Fire Department on 1010 Evergreen Heights Drive in Woodland Park on June 23rd, 2018 between the hours of 8am and 4pm.

Donations of $3.00 per bag is greatly appreciated but not required (to help cover the cost of disposal.)

Only bags of pine needles will be accepted! No branches or trash will be accepted!

For more information please call 719.687.7900
Summer Family Bible Conference at Charis
Charis
Become a Chamber Volunteer
 
The Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce is seeking energetic and enthusiastic volunteers to assist in activities at the Chamber and Visitor Center.  Time commitment is minimal and flexible with great opportunity to meet interesting people in the community.  For more information, contact Scott Leas at 719.687.9885.
Volunteers  
Top Quality with Update Printing
Update Printing
Tickets Available for Marigreen Pines Tour
Marigreen Pines
Cemetery Crawl Benefiting Historical Society
Cemetary Crawl
New Souvenirs at
Andersen Pack N Ship
Andersen New Souvenirs
Energy Efficient Homes with SIPerior Designs
SIPerior Designs
General Construction Services with Andersen Enterprises
Andersen Enterprises
Goodwill Offers IT Training for Careers
Goodwill IT Training- Info Night.
Vectra Offers Certificate of Deposit Promotional 
 
Q: What did the green grape say to the purple grape?  
Vectra Bank
A: "Breathe, silly!"
Woodland Professional Building
Professional Building
Horseback Riding at M Lazy C
M Lazy C
Cari Dell to Perform at Woodland Park Library
Library Cari Dell
Computer Classes Offered  
at Library
computer classes
Parents as Teachers Program Through Family Resource Center
Community Partnership
Hot Heads Spring Fling
Hot Heads
Be Active with Help from the Healing Spot
The Healing Spot
For All Cleaning Needs - Neverland Cleaning
Neverland Cleaning
Drink Specials at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge Drink Specials
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge Entertainment
Site A: CO 67 - Cripple Creek to Divide
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29
 
Lane Restrictions - Travel reduced to one lane in both directions for milling & paving and rumble strip & guardrail operations. Speed limit reductions in place.
  • CLICK HERE for weekly map
  • Monday, June 25, Milling and paving operations, MP 68 to MP 70, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Tuesday, June 26, No work.
  • Wednesday, June 27, No work
  • Thursday, June 28, Rumble strip and guardrail operations, MP 52 to MP 70, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Friday, June 29, No work. 
  • Measurements are approximate and will vary from day to day depending on production. 
  • Flaggers and pilot car present.
  • Speed limit reductions in place.
     
Additional Project Site Information:
  • 12 foot wide load restriction during construction hours.
     
*** NOTE: This project is anticipated to be completed
in mid-July.
For questions or concerns, visit any of these sources:
or call 719-358-2444
Site B: CO 67 - Woodland Park to Westcreek 
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29
 
Lane Restrictions - Travel reduced to one lane in both directions for rumble strip and patching operations. Speed limit reductions in place.
  • CLICK HERE for weekly map
  • Monday, June 25, No work.
  • Tuesday, June 26, No work.
  • Wednesday, June 27, No work.
  • Thursday, June 28, No work.
  • Friday, June 29, Rumble strip and patching operations, MP 84 to MP 90, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Measurements are approximate and will vary from day to day depending on production. 
  • Flaggers and pilot car present.
  • Speed limit reductions in place.
Additional Project Site Information:
  • 12 foot wide load restriction during construction hours.
 
*** NOTE: This project is anticipated to be completed
in mid-July.
For questions or concerns, visit any of these sources:
or call 719-358-2444
Presented by UCHEALTH - PPRH
16420 West Highway 24
Woodland Park, CO
 
June 15- September 28. 2018
 
The gallery presents the fabulous unique art of three local artists. Patricia Gilbert has an exciting history of dance and showbiz performing with stars like Gene Kelley and Marlene Dietrich. She developed her love of painting with acrylic and has colorful art to share.
 
Chad Keith is a sketch artist whose passion for drawing began as a young child. He creates fabulous realistic pets, portraits, landscapes, and architecture through several layers of pencil.  
 
Also showing is Jill Tarvin. She demonstrates the magnificence of nature, sunsets, and landscapes through the use of colorful pastels. Please take a few moments and visit the hospital gift shop which also showcases other locally made artwork, including greeting cards, jewelry, pottery, wooden and ceramic bowls and other gift items.
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