May 2, 2013
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Tell us what you think
For 116 years, the Eagle Valley Enterprise has provided readers with information about the Eagle/Gypsum community. Now we want to hear back about what our readers have to say.
Through May 31, the Enterprise will be conducting a reader survey. Results will help the Enterprise plan content based on information regarding readers’ shopping habits, activities and recreation choices. As an added incentive to participate in the survey, an iPad mini will be awarded to one respondent by random drawing.
The Enterprise’s 2013 Eagle/Gypsum Community Survey is now live at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/T6G2SKS.
Eagle River Foundation seeks grant applications
Every summer, local kids can participate in a theater camp hosted by Porchlight Players. That is just one of the organizations funded by Eagle River Foundation.
Any non-profit group that needs help to present programs can apply to the Eagle River Foundation for assistance. Grant applications are currently being accepted.
Non-profits that support the environment, safety and well-being of residents of Western Eagle County are invited to apply at eagleriverfoundation.org or call 970-328-6961 for more information. Grant application deadline: June 1.
One Book 4 Colorado
Local parents of 4-year-old children are invited to drop by an Eagle Valley Library District facility next week to receive a free book courtesy of the One Book 4 Colorado program.
One Book 4 Colorado is a statewide effort to provide every 4-year-old in Colorado with the same book, helping to instill a love of reading. Books will be available in both English and Spanish.
For more information, call the Eagle Public Library at 970-328-8800 or the Gypsum Public Library at 970-524-5080.
Gypsum Cleanup Day is planned Saturday, May 11, at the Gypsum Sports Complex on 3295 Cooley Mesa Road. There will be free dumping for town residents from 8 a.m. to noon. The service is not available to businesses. Proof of residence will be required. Dumpers must bring a utility bill and photo ID. Refrigerators will be accepted with proof of Freon removal. Four tires per household will be accepted. Lawn debris must be bagged or contained. Oil, paint, batteries, chemicals, flammable materials, vehicles and hazardous waste will not be accepted. Volunteers are greatly appreciated. To offer help or get more information, call 524-1740 or visit http://www.townofgypsum.com/towncleaup.
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