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Midwest Sled Hockey League Weekend at The Ice Ranch

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According to the Warrior Avs Sled Hockey Team website, they are “an all-veteran team that encourages veterans with disabilities to get out into the community and work together to overcome physical and mental barriers on and off the ice. The Warrior Avs Sled Hockey Team is an affiliate of Colorado Sled Hockey, the Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation, and the Colorado Avalanche. The team is for veterans of all ages with service-connected or non-service connected injuries.”


You won’t want to miss this family-friendly, free event taking place at The Ice Ranch this weekend.

Midwest Sled Hockey League Weekend

Visit the Warrior Avs website to learn more about sled hockey and the Warrior Avs Sled Hockey team.

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, Littleton Adventist Hospital and Denver7 partner to fight cancer

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breast cancer and prostate cancer ribbons

A shout out to the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, Littleton Adventist Hospital and The Denver Channel who are coming together to fight prostate and breast cancer in Colorado. The Blue Backs the Pink project is launching in just 3 days, on September 1st, to raise funds for cancer patients who are unable to afford their treatments. The funds will be available to cancer patients throughout the state of Colorado, not just the Denver Metro area.

Continue reading @TheDenverChannel.

9th annual Corey Rose Wishes and Heroes Benefit Concert is June 22

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Proceeds from the concert benefit Make-A-Wish Colorado and the Colorado Professional Firefighters Foundation.

LITTLETON, Colo. — The 9th annual Corey Rose Wishes and Heroes Benefit Concert will be held Saturday, June 22 at Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton.

9NEWS morning anchor Corey Rose started the concert fundraiser in honor of her father who passed away in 2010 from leukemia. He was a firefighter in Los Angeles, California for 32 years.

For more details on this event go to 9News.

How you can help the victims of the STEM School shooting

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HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Nine Colorado families and a community, no stranger to tragedy, is grappling with answers after authorities say two teenagers opened fire inside STEM School in Highlands Ranch Tuesday.

One teen, identified as 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo, died in the shooting. Eight other students were injured, with three remaining hospitalized in intensive care. The two suspected shooters are expected to be booked on several charges, including first degree murder.

There are ways you can help the families affected by this act of violence.

Visit The Denver Channel to see what you can do to help, today.

Let The Arapahoe High School Band Egg Your Yard For Easter

in Education/Fundraisers

How would you like to wake up to a yard filled with candy stuffed eggs? We have to give a round of applause for the cleverness of the Egg My Yard fundraiser that the award-winning Arapahoe High School Band is doing. It’s the first year for the fundraiser but based on the energy and enthusiasm from both the band members and the community it’s bound to be back again next year.

On the evening of April 20th, the Arapahoe High School Band students will stop by and hide treat-filled eggs in your front yard. They will even leave a note on your door telling your kiddos how many eggs to look for! The eggs will have an assortment of different kinds of candy, and little toys in them. It’s guaranteed to bring a smile to your kids’ faces and some extra sleep to you.

All of the proceeds will go to directly to the Arapahoe Band Boosters (a 501c3organization).   The award-winning band, supported by their booster organization, employees more than 18 world-class staff members who work with students on a daily basis both in class, on the marching field, and in the winter programs of winter guard and winter percussion. They have many alumni that return to the program to do their internship/ volunteer with our program as they go through college and forward in their musical education as well.

Judging by the awards that they’re received, they’re doing a great job!

  • Marching band placed 8th at State in November 2018.
  • The percussion ensemble (1st in CO) is currently in Dayton, OH at the World Championships hoping to bring home another award, the AHS percussion ensemble is currently in 6th place in the world!
  • Winter Guard won state in 2018
  • Wind Ensemble rated “excellent at the Concert Festival in February

Orders need to be in by Sunday, April 14th. It is going to be all hands on deck to get our orders delivered!  The orders have already surpassed what they imagined but as long as they have orders, they will be hiding the eggs for kiddos to find on Easter morning.

If you want to learn more about the Egg My Yard fundraiser, HOP on over to the Arapahoe Band Booster website: ABB.



Fill Your Belly and Support Your Community. No cooking required! Week of 4/8 Dining Fundraisers

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What’s more of a win-win than getting to feed your family, support your local community and not have to cook or do dishes? We might even call this a win-win-win!

*If you know of any other events that we should add to our list, send us a Message on our Facebook page.

Monday 4/8-

FRCS Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A

MPA Fundraiser at Sweet Tomatoes!

Youth Commission Fundraiser

Tuesday 4/9-

Bad Daddy’s Spirit Night

Wednesday 4/10-

TLC Night at Romano’s Italian Restaurant

PTIC Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A


Support The Arapahoe High School Out OF The Darkness Campus Walk For Suicide Prevention

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One week from today, the Out of the Darkness Campus Walk will take place at Arapahoe High School. Unfortunately, no community is immune to the devastating impact of death by suicide. The Arapahoe High School community is acutely aware of this fact and is taking meaningful action by hosting this walk to try to combat this heartbreaking trend.

To learn more about how you can participate or support them in their efforts, click here:

Arapahoe High School Out of the Darkness Campus Walk


Show Your Support For Western Welcome Week

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Western Welcome Week is a quintessentially Littleton tradition.  The 91st Western Welcome week will take place from August 9th through August 18th. As a stand-alone 501c3 nonprofit organization, they rely on donations and community support to put on this wonderful event.

From now until the end of April, you can help keep this tradition alive by purchasing gift cards from the Honey Baked Ham fundraiser. Western Welcome Week receives 20% of all proceeds. With Easter and graduation season coming up, you won’t have to wait long to put your gift cards to good use.  Since they don’t expire, you can even stock up and save them for the next holiday season.

For more information on how you can help support this great community event, go here:

Western Welcome Week- Feeling Hammy Fundraiser


Get Ready For Colorado Pint Day… Happening Tomorrow 3/20

in Drinking & Dining/Fundraisers


This year we worked with Colorado artist, Shaw Nilsen to create limited edition artwork for the high quality Rastal glass. The 2019 theme is Colorado Craft Beer, It’s in our Nature.

Lots of Littleton Breweries are participating.

Find the complete list @ Colorado Brewers Guild website for a complete list of locations. 🍻

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