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May 11, 2012
- Cell Phones Are Not Toys Campaign Headed for Walmart
- Music, Art and You. A Celebration of Diversity in Downtown Longmont
- Longmont Golf Expo at Ute Creek
- Business BootCamp Scholarship Available
- City of Longmont Seeking Requests for Proposals for 2013 Human Service Agency Funding
- Longmont Offers Opportunities to Clean Up
Cell Phones Are Not Toys Campaign Headed for Walmart
Cell phones are not toys; please take out the battery! Longmont police, fire and 911 emergency communication center are enlisting the community’s help to remove batteries from old cell phones before giving them to children as toys. A cell phone without a service carrier, even one that has been deactivated, can still dial 911. This results in a lot of calls to the dispatch center that keep personnel from attending to actual emergency calls. When you turn in your old, deactivated cell phone between 10 am and noon on Saturday, May 12, at the Walmart Super Center, 2514 Main Street, Walmart will donate a new Disney toy phone from Longmont’s 911 dispatchers.
Music, Art and You. A Celebration of Diversity in Downtown Longmont
There is much happening Downtown this Second Friday May 11, 2012 during this celebration of diversity. From a Chinese Lion Dance to Italian Opera and everything in-between - Come discover it all in Downtown Longmont. Click here to see a list of all the performances taking place! The Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) and Arts & Entertainment District have committed to have something happening every Friday in Downtown! And on Second Fridays, the arts really come to life!
Longmont Golf Expo at Ute Creek
Thinking of taking up golf? Want to cure that slice? Need new clubs? Enjoy an afternoon of free fun at the City of Longmont’s Golf Expo from 2 to 5 pm on Saturday, May 19, at Ute Creek Golf Course, 2000 Ute Creek Drive. Get a free 10-minute golf lesson, splash a shot in the pool for a prize, see demonstrations of the latest equipment from the top manufacturers, and much more. For more information, call 303-774-4342 or visit www.golflongmont.com.
Business BootCamp Scholarships Available
Make your business stronger and more profitable at the 2½-day Destination Business BootCamp®. Existing retailers, restaurateurs, and small business owners will learn Jon Schallert’s proprietary 14-step strategy to make their business a dominant destination business. A limited number of scholarships are available to owners of Longmont businesses. The BootCamp will be held June 5 - 7 at the Meeting Place Conference Center in Longmont. Cost with scholarship: $295 (limited to one per business). Cost without scholarship: $1,295. To secure your spot and learn more about this special opportunity contact Doug Bene at 303-651-8403 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
City of Longmont Seeking Requests for Proposals for 2013 Human Service Agency Funding
The City of Longmont is currently accepting applications from non-profit, non-sectarian human service agencies interested in receiving 2013 City of Longmont funding. To be eligible to apply, agencies must have a 501(c)(3) designation from the Internal Revenue Service; must primarily serve low and moderate-income Longmont residents; and must provide services in one or more of the following target areas:
Stabilizing individuals and families by helping them meet basic needs
Helping residents access resources
Strengthening children, youth and families
Supporting self-sufficiency and independence for adults
The City of Longmont uses the eCommunity on-line application process administered by Foothills United Way. Interested agencies that are applying for City of Longmont for the first time or are not already registered in the eCommunity system must register through the eCommunity portal, http://www.unitedwayfoothills.org/ecommunity to access the online application. If your agency intends to apply for City of Longmont funds in 2013, you are required to attend the eCommunity workshop on May 17, 2012 at 3 PM at City of Longmont Development Services Center, 385 Kimbark Street (across from the Longmont Public Library). All applicant agencies will need to RSVP to Sally Raney at 303-774-4339 or email@example.com. For more information regarding technical assistance and the application process, please visit the City of Longmont’s website at www.ci.longmont.co.us/cs/hsa.htm.
Applications are due electronically by midnight on June 22, 2012. No late proposals will be accepted.
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Longmont Offers Opportunities to Clean Up
The City of Longmont Public Works & Natural Resources Department is offering free days at the Front Range Landfill located in Erie on Saturday, May 12, from 6 am to 2 pm. All you have to do is bring a current copy of your utility bill and a driver’s license to prove that you are a Longmont customer. See the dates for free land fill days. The City will also offer a free Stop and Drop at 375 Airport Road on June 23. Public Works Solid Waste Operations hosts a Large Item Stop-N-Drop once a year at the Public Works Maintenance Facility located at 375 Airport Road from 8 am to 2 pm. The following items will not be accepted during the Stop-N-Drop Program: household waste, dirt, rock, sod, concrete, roofing materials, chemicals, limbs, yard waste, tires, auto parts, hazardous waste or refrigerators. For recommendations on how to dispose of these items or for more information about the Stop-N-Drop Program, call Public Works and Natural Resources at 303-651-8416.
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