The Forum for Civic Advancement invites you to the inaugural event of its 2010-11 season.
Archive for August, 2010
To combat the public safety issue generated by the growth of the population of homeless campers in Colorado Springs, El Paso County commissioners unanimously approved a no-camping regulation in February. And by the look of it, the ordinance seems to have worked; the packed tents that had once lined the banks of Fountain Creek, which runs through America the Beautiful Park in downtown Colorado Springs, are now gone. But where did everyone go? Where are they living now?
Niki was born in Pueblo and received her B.S. in political science and mass communications from the University of Southern Colorado. She was an El Pomar Fellow from 1998 to 2001, during which time she coordinated numerous programs including Colorado Leadership Alliance, El Pomar Youth in Community Service (EPYCS) and the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Program.
Small fingers clutch elephant mugs filled to the brim with crushed ice, dripping blue raspberry, and cherry flavoring. Excited children hop and point in awe at comical men on stilts, slinky tigers, roaring motorcyclists, daring trapeze artists, and countless other thrilling sights: the circus has arrived! El Pomar Foundation recently recognized hundreds of local military families for their hard work and sacrifices by giving them the opportunity to see Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth.