There is a new sports craze rising in the shadows of tennis – a sport that has actually been around for more than four decades.
It isn’t badminton. It isn’t racquetball either. And it is not ping pong. Nor is it wiffle ball.
But there are pieces of all five of these sports combined into this one unique, sour-sounding game called pickleball.
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Alamosa County has partnered with BidNet as part of the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System to post bid opportunities on RMEPS. As a vendor, you can register with the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System and be sure that you see all available bids and opportunities. By selecting automatic bid notification, your company will receive emails once the Alamosa County has a bid opportunity that matches your company's business.
Beginning last Fall, each Wednesday evening, for 16 weeks, Division of Youth Corrections youth at Residential Youth Services (RYS) Hilltop in Grand Junction practiced mindfulness and self compassion in a program facilitated by Hilltop Volunteer Skip Hudson and therapists Kyla Hauer and Stacy Schoolfield. The program, "Making Friends with Yourself" was developed for youth and is based on the Mindful Self Compassion program, designed for adults by Kristin Neff, PhD and Christopher Germer PhD.
On March 21, ten youth and staff from Grand Mesa Youth Services Center (GMYSC) took a day trip to the Grand Mesa. The trip was planned to celebrate youth in the program that are demonstrating leadership at the facility, in school, and in treatment groups. To help validate hard work does not go unnoticed, GMYSC partnered with The Nature Center and the Nordic Council and ventured out on a cross country skiing trip on the County Line Trail atop the Grand Mesa. During the trip, the youth were able to experience skiing for the first time, while taking in the crisp air and breathtaking views the trail had to offer.
This is a reminder that the Q2 2017 January - March Quarterly Report for your organization for FEMA DR-4229 is due on April 14, 2017. Reporting for the PA Program is required on all obligated large projects only on a quarterly basis until FEMA has officially closed the project.
To view the District's “Exploding Sewers! What You Need to Know” informational flyer, please click on the title above...