Finding ways for Aurora homeless people to vote, to live better lives and find real homes, possibly by using taxes from recreational pot sales
Elijah Warren’s compact, muscular build makes him look much more like a football player than a swimmer. But even if he wanted to play football, it would be a virtual impossibility for the Regis Jesuit High School junior-to-be, who was diagnosed with severe hemophilia when he was 9 months old.
“It’s not accuracy. It’s more bullets, they have more rounds,” she said. “Instead of shooting once or twice now they can shoot five times in a very short time interval.”
Over just the last few months, the bustling intersection near the Anschutz Medical Campus has seen a flurry of activity
The 1,500-plus-square-foot urban garden sits just north of the hospital’s Anschutz Inpatient Pavillion, in the shadow of towering hospital and research buildings on the Anschutz Medical Campus. And in the garden’s first year it’s already sent several pounds of fresh produce to the hospital’s Food and Nutrition Services department.
Jen Briggs, mission delivery program manager for the American Cancer Society, said Aurora has about 80 active volunteer drivers in the program, but is still not able to fulfill every ride request in the area
Biggerstaff, who started at Children’s this month and came to Colorado from Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, said that hopefulness is why he has no plans to leave the pediatric healthcare world
As parts of Colfax’s colorful past dim with redevelopment, fans of the corridor’s old-school neon beams press for preservation
“When I saw this race coming up, I thought this was one way to give back to the community and to stroke victims since I am one of the ones who survived this very well.”