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We’re proudly supporting the Town Of Severance donation drive for the local food…

We're proudly supporting the Town Of Severance donation drive for the local food... 1

2020-11-08 03:57:22

We’re proudly supporting the Town Of Severance donation drive for the local food bank at the Faith United Church of Christ. Donations are currently being accepted at the Windsor Community Recreation Center during normal business hours. There is a HUGE need right now for non-perishable items. Specifically, the food bank is asking for:
🍴 Canned or powdered milk
🍴 Flour, sugar, pancake, Jell-O, pudding & baking mixes
🍴 Peanut butter & jelly
🍴 Canned and boxed pasta, spaghetti sauce, mac and cheese
🍴 Canned fruits and vegetables
🍴 Canned or boxed rice, beans and potatoes
🍴 Juice
🍴 Gravy and broth
🍴 Snack items (crackers, fruit snacks, popcorn, raisins)
🍴 Cereal and oatmeal
🍴 Canned yams, pumpkin and stuffing
🍴 Canned tuna, chicken or chili
🍴 Toiletry items To make your donation, simply enter through the main facility doors and drop your items into the bin. Thank you Windsor! ❤️

Join the Town of Severance, Severance Police Department and Windsor Severance Fire Rescue for their 3rd Annual Food & Turkey Drive. Our goal is to surpass last years 7,070 pounds of food and turkeys. This year, when you donate food or turkeys the town has teamed up with local businesses to provide: free document shredding, a piece of Severance’s 100th birthday cake, free hot apple cider from Shebrews Coffee and Ice Cream and by donating you get a voucher for a free hotdog and small drink at 74 Xpress Inc during the event on Saturday, November 14th from 10:00am -1:00pm. Thank you to our local businesses and communities whom have early drop off barrels: Farmers Insurance – Brian Thomas… More

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Still trying to shake that post-turkey sleepiness? Here 5 ways to get moving thi…

Still trying to shake that post-turkey sleepiness? Here 5 ways to get moving thi... 2

2020-11-30 17:17:54

Still trying to shake that post-turkey sleepiness? Here 5 ways to get moving this week in Windsor:
🚴‍♂️Walk, bike or run the Kyger Trail loop or stroll along to watch wildlife
🌳Visit a park you haven’t been to (We have 24!)
📜Read the historical signage outside the buildings at the Windsor History Museum
🏋️‍♀️Make a reservation at the Community Recreation Center
🏹Take your bow and arrow skills to the Kodak Archery Range Still need more ideas? Learn more about recreation opportunities in Windsor at https://www.recreationliveshere.com/

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Traffic Alert: In order to pave temporary detour asphalt for roadway widening, f…

Traffic Alert: In order to pave temporary detour asphalt for roadway widening, f... 3

2020-11-30 12:23:00

Traffic Alert: In order to pave temporary detour asphalt for roadway widening, full closures of the northbound I-25 on-ramp from Harmony Road will take place from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., Dec. 2 through Dec. 4., weather permitting. Northbound I-25 traffic will go south on I-25 to Exit 262/ CO 392 and turn left. Continue east to the northbound I-25 on-ramp. #SlowfortheCone

Detour Map: Northbound I-25 Harmony on-ramp closure.

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Every depot needs a freight agent to arrange shipments, take payments, and oper…

Every  depot needs a freight agent to arrange shipments, take payments, and oper... 4

2020-11-30 11:12:06

Every 🚂 depot needs a freight agent to arrange shipments, take payments, and operate the telegraph. Glen H. Tucker was the last agent to work in the depot that is now part of the Windsor History Museum. Like others who worked on the railroad, Glen etched his name on the depot wall to commemorate the start of his railroad career and promotion to freight agent. His support was pivotal in saving the depot and preserving our community’s history for generations to come.

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