Rae Stokes, a sophomore at Grandview High School in Aurora, part of the Cherry Creek School District, was named overall winner
‘Aurora is the only city in the state of Colorado and one of the few in the country with a comprehensive citywide strategy to address the issue of immigrant integration,’ said Ricardo Gambetta, manager of the Office of International and Immigrant Affairs, said in a statement. ‘This collaborative project between the city and the Aurora Welcome Center play’s a key role in integrating newcomers and empowering members of the local immigrant and refugee communities.’
DENVER | Adams County Economic Development President and CEO Barry Gore received a Distinguished Service Award from the Denver Regional Council of Governments April 26at an annual awards celebration on April 26 at the Sheraton Downtown Denver. The award was presented by Mayor Pro Tem of Arvada and DRCOG Board Secretary Bob Fifer, according to a news […]
Impact Adams has three programs aimed to help county employees learn, grow and contribute to the community — Evolve U, Develop Us and We Care
Aurora is the only municipality in the country to win the award. The goal of Turnip the Beet award is to showcase summer meal programs from across the country that are going above and beyond to ensure their meals are both nutritious and appetizing
Two general managers in the metro Denver area, including Tom Michals, who manages the JCPenney store at Southlands shopping center in Aurora, were recognized by J. C. Penney Company, Inc. for significantly contributing to the company’s success in 2016.
The Rev. Gregory McDonald is founder and president of the Center for Restorative Justice, and associate pastor at Heritage Christian Center in Aurora. He directs one of largest jail and prison ministries in the state of Colorado and develops community outreaches throughout the greater Aurora and Denver-metro areas. The Aurora Community of Faith comprises more than 160 Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Native American and non-denominational communities of faith.
National League of Cities’ City Cultural Diversity Award honors municipal programs that encourage citizen involvement and cities that develop creative and effective programs to improve and promote cultural diversity through a collaborative process with city officials, community leaders and residents.
The award was given during a Life Care ceremony held March 16 at the American Medical Directors Association Annual Conference in Phoenix.