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They brought in Michael Pizzuto, a Premier International Art Carver, to celebrate the Chinese New Year, the Broncos heading to an AFC championship game, and the fact that the Creative District is growing and offers many community events.
The initiative, which launched earlier this year, began talking about Greeley in a whole new way through eight stories of people who represent some surprising, unexpected and extremely positive aspects about Greeley.
But flash forward to 2013 and suddenly, being a nerd doesn’t carry such a social stigma. Parry credits the change to popular television shows, such as The Big Bang Theory, and the latest spate of superhero movies.
“We were the only community to receive the award,” said C. J. Archibeque, Program Manager of the Youth Enrichment Division. “It’s unexpected because businesses are the ones that usually receive the award.”
When it comes to helping others, maybe this aspect of our community isn’t so unexpected after all. A huge thank you goes out to those who’ve volunteered or donated to help neighbors affected by the Colorado flood.
Lade Majic, Queen of Show Basketball, encourages camp participants set weekly goals, learn basic fundamental skills and the rules of the game. Returning students have improved their abilities immensely from the wealth of experience that Lade Majic offers.