The Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership is planning to celebrate its tenth birthday on November 15 th at 6 p.m. at the Town of Estes Park Municipal Board Room. Everyone in the community is invited to attend this event and join us as we look back at the program and its beginnings. All areas of accomplishment from organizational design to individual success stories will be examined and celebrated. The program has now served over three hundred clients and has brought together more than 2,000 community members to effectively solve problems and repair harm caused by criminal acts. Over the next six weeks, different voices will be highlighted to share the stories that make up restorative justice and the meaningful impact that participation has had for many in our community. Please enjoy reading these stories. If you have been a part of a restorative jus- Paper Management for Small Business Owners Small business owners have a lot on their busy plates. From employee management to financial tracking to working hard to exceed their customers' expectations, the last thing they need to worry about is finding a specific piece of paper. Tuesday, October 23, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., offers a class on paper management for small business owners. Led by professional organizer Shellie Tressell and hosted at the Estes Valley Library. Advance sign-up is required. Attendees will learn to manage and/or eliminate scraps of paper that contain important information, how to create systems to keep active papers visible and accessible, and how to set up stream-
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Amanda Nagl, Director tice process or if you would like to know more about the organization and its programs as well as the direction that the organization is moving to further instill restorative language and processes in our community, please consider joining us for this event.
Old Fall River Road In RMNP Closes For The Season To Vehicles October 10
Old Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park will be closed to vehicles for the season on October 10, for park staff to complete maintenance on the road. Road maintenance is scheduled to take place on October 10, 11, 12, 15, 16 and 17. In the event of good weather, clear road conditions, and the absence of road maintenance; bicycles and pets on leashes may be permitted as indicated by signs. The road will eventually revert to winter trail status beyond Alluvial Fan. This typically occurs in November. Old Fall River Road normally opens by the Fourth of July holiday weekend but this year, due to minimal spring snow, the road opened on June 15. Old Fall River Road was built between 1913 and 1920. It is an unpaved road which travels from Endovalley Picnic Area to above treeline at Fall River Pass, following the steep slope of Mount Chapin's south face. Due to the winding, narrow nature of the road, the scenic 9.4-mile route leading to Trail Ridge Road is one-way only. For those visitors who want to confirm the status of Old Fall River Road, please call the park's Information Office at (970) 586-1206.
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lined and effective filing systems that work for the long term. Participants will leave with solid techniques that they can put to use immediately in their office. This workshop is offered as part of the Library's ongoing support for local business owners through the Buck $tarts Here resource center. Funding for the workshop is made possible by the Friends of the Estes Valley Library. To register, visit the Library's web site at EstesValleyLibrary.org and click on the link to "Events Calendar" and find the entry on October 23, then simply fill in the registration form. For information on this or other upcoming programs, visit estesvalleylibrary.org contact the Library at (970) 586-8116. United Me thodis thodist Church 150 9 Fi Fish Hat cher y Road (97 (970) 586-415 4153 www. .e .estespark um umc.org Sunda Sunday Ser vice 9:45am *Com munion Ser vice on fir firs t Sunda Sunday Sunday Schoo School during the ser vice *Adult F orum 11:00am Sermon Theme:
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