Grapevine
11/17/2017
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In This Issue
Business After Hours at Peoples Bank
EARLY GRAPEVINE NEXT WEEK
Update Printing Offers Business Printing
Hot Tub GIVE-A-WAY
Where did 2017 Go
Woodland Professional Bldg - Happy Thanksgiving
Activities at Mueller State Park
Big O Tires
Lights of Love
Easy Tips to Relieve Neck...and Upper Back Tension
Daybreak - IndyGive
Bereavement Support Group
Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
Country Lodge Menu Specials
Warriors of Woodland Park
Vectra Bank Special Credit Card
Community Partnership IndyGive
UPS Shipping Information
Shop Small Business Saturday
Thanksgiving Dinner at the Lodge
Pennica Financial Group
What's Happening at Shining Mountain
Annual Passes Available at Shining Mountain
Your Neighborhood Realty
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2017
Leadership Council
Investors
Newmont


PPRH


PBS Trust

Schommer Logo

Black Hills 
Charis Logo
IREA Logo
Click HERE to register for November  
Business After Hours
Peoples
  We would like to offer the following opportunities
to our guests!
 
Bring an unwrapped toy for the Victor Elks Toy Drive!

Bring canned or boxed goods (or $$) for donation to Community Cupboard for a chance to win a Deluxe Peoples Bank Basket
               
Bring $$ for a chance to win a handmade, one of a kind necklace set created by Bella Spirit Design.  Tickets are $5 EACH, 5 FOR $20.
 
We will be serving a yummy, seasonal buffet with
beverages and adult spirits.

651 Scott Avenue  ~ Woodland Park
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.

  Click Here to Register
 
EARLY GRAPEVINE
NEXT WEEK
 
The Grapevine will be sent on Wednesday, November 22nd due to the Thanksgiving Holiday!

Deadline for article submission will be Tuesday, November 21st at 5:00 pm!
Business Printing Needs Offered by Update Printing
 
Update Printing
Hot Tub GIVE-A-WAY 

Hot Tub Give Away
Where did 2017 go?
 
Yes, it is time to plan for December and the New Year 2018 Celebrations!
 
What have you got going on that you would like to share? Let the Ute Country News help get your word out. It's easy; just email your info to us by Monday, November 20 (we'll need final approval on all ads by Wed., November 22).
 
Feel free to give us a call to see if your piece of interest fits 719-686-7393 or send an email to utecountrynewspaper@gmail.com.
Woodland Professional Building
Activities at Mueller State Park  
 
Mueller State Park is open every day for hiking, camping and enjoying the outdoors!  The Visitor Center is open 9:00 am until 4:00 pm during the winter months. The Visitor Center will be closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  It will be open New Year's Day for our First Day Hikes!  Start out 2018 on the right foot with a hike in a state park!
 
Weather in the mountains this time of year is variable. The trails may be dry or have snow.  Snow shoes are recommended with deep snow.  Check the website or call for conditions.  Click HERE or call 719.687.2366.

November 18
Hike: Elk Meadow Trail
9:15 am Meet at Elk Meadow Trailhead
Watch for winter birds and wildlife on this 2 mile trail that winds in and out of the forest and meadows. Led by Naturalist Cindi.
 
November 21
Turkey Day for Kids!
10:00 am At the Visitor Center
Get ready for Thanksgiving by coming to Kid's Turkey Day!  Learn about wild turkeys while playing games and making turkey crafts!  No school today, so bring your friends!
Big O Tire Sale - Winter's Here
Big O Tire Sale
Prospect's "Lights of Love"
 
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2017 6 P.M.
 
The Celebration is a night of joy, tears and love. We gather to listen to an entertainment program - this year Prospect is featuring: Woodland Park Wind Symphony Brass Quintet, Woodland Park Symphony Clarinet Quintet Ensemble, Woodland Park Symphony Flute Ensemble and the Woodland Park High School Madrigals. Event will be Cultural Ctr.
 
Music soothes the soul and we bask in the energy and life we all maintain. When each "Light of Love" name is read, heads nod in acknowledgement and fond memories. They strive to fill the emptiness of loss with the joy of laughs and love shared; to embrace their life and the value they gave to each of us.
 
Ornament Limited 2017 Lights of Love Ornament may be
ordered by mail or in person at our office for $20 each.
 
Also remember your loved one with a donation to Lights of Love for $15 each and have name read at the celebration.
 
Contact Prospect 16222 W. Hwy. 24, #120, Woodland Park or Janet at 719.687.0549.
Easy Tips to Relieve Neck 
and Upper Back Tension
by Justine Calderwood, MSPT
Healing Spot
"If you suffer from neck, shoulder or upper back pain or tension, watch this video to learn some easy ways to help yourself at home or work.  These easy tips open up the chest, pectoral muscles and front of the neck, which are common culprits of neck and upper back tension, due to their role in maintaining an upright posture. Watch the Video Here"
Daybreak Participates with
IndyGive Program
Indy Give Daybreak
Bereavement Support Group
Prospect Bereavement Support Group
Happening at the Dinosaur Resource Center
 
Saturday, November 18
Dino Center 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Check us out by clicking HERE 
 
Turkey Tales
Join Denise Gard and her famous Border Collies, Sienna and Joey, will travel back in history and discover how one woman saved Thanksgiving in the story of "Thank you Sarah".  Check our website for more complete details.
Country Lodge Specials
Warriors of Woodland Park
 
Presented by the Ute Pass Historical Society
 
The display pays tribute to all veterans buried in the Woodland Park Cemetery. Every vet is featured by name and branch of service, along with personal data if known.
 
Moses Baldwin was the Father of Woodland Park... and a corporal in the Union Army.  Orville Anderson was a Marine orderly for General MacArthur. Elsa Hayward was one of the first women to serve as a Navy WAVE (Women Accepted for
Volunteer Emergency Service) during World War II. Other brave men and women served as pilots, radio operators, tank mechanics, and other jobs.
 
You are invited to learn about those involved in controversy, Dickenson men held as prisoners of war,and one young Marine who was Woodland Park's only Vietnam casualty.
Warriors of Woodland Park - Military Veterans of the Woodland Park Cemetery is on display in the Woodland Park Library during regular working hours through the month of November.
Banking Joke
Q: "Where do seagulls invest their money?"
A: "In the stork market."

Community Partnership
UPS Shipping Information
 
SHOP SMALL
BUSINESS SATURDAY

Thanksgiving Dinner at
Country Lodge
Thanksgiving Dinner
Pennica Financial
Shining Mountain Events
Shining Mountain
 
Site A: CO 67 - Cripple Creek to Divide
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, Nov. 20 through Friday, Nov. 24
 
** Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, work is anticipated on Monday 11/20 and Tuesday 11/21 only.
 
Please Note: During the fall season when temperatures are below acceptable levels, there will be no mainline paving undertaken on that day.
 
Lane Restrictions - Travel reduced to one lane in both directions for Shouldering operations, and Guard rail operations.  
  • CLICK HERE for weekly map
  • Monday, Nov. 20, Guard rail operations at MP 52.2 to 53, Northbound and Southbound. Shouldering operations, MP 55 to MP 63 both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, Guard rail operations at MP 52.5 to 54, Northbound and Southbound. Shouldering operations, MP 57 to 67, 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.
Site B: CO 67 - Woodland Park to Westcreek 
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, Nov. 20 through Friday, Nov. 24
 
** Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, work is anticipated on Monday 11/20 and Tuesday 11/21 only.
 
Lane restrictions - Travel reduced to one lane in both directions for Mobile pavement marking operations.
  • CLICK HERE for weekly map
  • Monday, Nov. 20, Mobile Pavement marking operations Mile Post (MP) 77.5 to 92, Northbound and Southbound.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, Mobile Pavement marking operations, MP 77.5 to 92, 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.
Walking/Biking Information:
  • Bikers and pedestrians will be stopped by flaggers and instructed to follow construction rules of the road.
Grapevine Deadline      

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