Get ready for a fun night under the stars in Estes Park, while helping a great cause at the same time. The Larimer County Search and Rescue is an all-volunteer non-profit that provides search and rescue equipment and highly skilled SAR personnel that provides services at no charge. You can help them raise funds at a special benefit concert in Estes Park coming up in August.
The concert is scheduled for August 18th at 6:30 p.m. at Performance Park in Estes Park featuring the bluegrass band, Gittyup Kitty.
Labor Day this year is on Monday, September 3, 2012. Looking for something to do, or just want to see what’s going to be open? Check out the full list of what’s open on Labor Day in Fort Collins below.
The Windsor-Severance Fire Rescue team is practicing up this week and next week according to their Facebook Page. They are spending this week in Fort Collins training with the Poudre Fire Authority’s Firefighters.
CSU has set a new record as it raised $111.6 million in private funds for the 2011-12 fiscal year. After a fundraising campaign for several years, the money means more scholarships and other changes for Colorado State University.
Apparently an argument at Red Feather Lakes northwest of Fort Collins this afternoon ended with one person being shot in the abdomen. The victim was flown to Medical Center of the Rockies according to reports.
Many people took to social media like Facebook and Twitter and started asking “Batman” Actor, Christian Bale to fly out and visit with the Colorado movie theater shooting victims, and it looks like it worked. The 38 year-old actor is in Aurora, Colorado this afternoon visiting victims in their hospital rooms, how cool is that?
It’s just about here. This Thursday, I hope you and your family will join us in Loveland for Make It Rain, a benefit concert to help the High Park and Woodland Heights Fire victims as well as the Rist Canyon, Poudre Canyon, Glacier View and Livermore fire departments.
The concert is free and will include a great line-up and we will be collecting donations.
Larimer County confirms that a raccoon has tested positive for rabies. The raccoon was found in southeast Fort Collins. According to Larimer County, this is the first positive raccoon ever reported in Larimer County, and the first in a Front Range county in Colorado since 1963. The only other rabid raccoon found since then was in Cheyenne County in 2008.
How can you keep your pet safe by lowering their exposure to rabies?
The Fort Collins Police Department has a collection center for families of the victims of this morning’s shooting in Aurora. You can stop by the corner of Mulberry and College in Fort Collins until 6:30 p.m. Friday night to make a donation.
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