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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
The Rotary Club of Castle Pines is hosting a fun family event in support of Douglas County youth through the Y.E.S.S Program (Youth, Education and Safety in Schools).
The details of the event are as follows:
When: - -
Where: Bar Double F Ranch - 2295 Elk View Road, Larkspur, CO 80188
Signs will be posted for driving from Tomah Rd & I-25/Frontage Rd Intersection or Highway 105 & Tomah Rd. intersection.
This will be a fun afternoon for families to enjoy award winning Blue Grass Music by GRASS IT UP, delicious BBQ, select beer and wine and of course food and activities for young people including bounce houses face painting and dancing.
Cost: $25 per Adult - $10 / Child under 9 years of age
Purchase Tickets Here: www.BBQBrewsandBanjos.com
What is the Y.E.S.S. Program
The Y.E.S.S. Program initiated by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, and runs in partnership with the Douglas County School District, Castle Rock Police Department and Parker Police Department. The program is designed to educate youth in classroom instruction by Sheriff’s Deputies and Police Officers regarding internet safety, substance abuse prevention, teen relationships, suicide prevention, and much more! Today’s youth face so many more challenges and without this instruction they are left to making choices without the information required to make right ones!
The Y.E.S.S. program was initiated at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, but is not fully funded by tax dollars. The Program has already received national recognition through an award of Excellence for the work and results being accomplished. The Rotary Club of Castle Pines though their fundraising efforts and application for grants through the Rotary District has provided support for this important work. However, their support has barely made a small contribution compared to the need and therefore they have initiated an annual BBQ BREWS and BANJOS family event. Because of the Rotary’s focus is for the youth of our community, they felt a family friendly event was appropriate to support.
If you cannot attend, please feel free to make a tax deductible contribution to the effort at the web address noted above. Additionally please view the auction items listed at the site and make a bid for items of your choice!
We hope to see you at the event for a fun family afternoon!!
Monday, August 17, 2015
1500 E 128th Ave., Thornton, Colorado 80241-2602Wednesday, October 14 - Thursday, October 15, 20158:00 AM-4:00 PM (check-in at 7:30 AM)Registration is required.
Registration for this event is on the CO Train System at www.CO.Train.org.
Search for this event by Course ID: 1056986.
Click on the title of the conference, “2015 Colorado Safe Schools Summit”.
Certificates of Attendance will be given out at the end of each day.
Keynote SpeakersStephen Sroka, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and consultant who will use cutting-edge re-search, humor and inspiring real-life stories to facilitate learning about safe schools and their relationship to academic and life success.
David Schonfeld, M.D. is Professor of Social Work and Pediatrics at the Southern California Children's Hospital and Director of the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement. He served as a member of the Sandy Hook Advi-sory Commission and will share recommendations from the commission report.Finessa Ferrell is Director of Initiatives for the Colorado Education Initiative and in this roles she oversees efforts in school climate change, equity, student behavioral health, and social emotional learning. Before joining CEI, Finessa led the National Center for School Engagement and the Colorado office of Homeless Youth Services.
Lynn Riemer, affectionately known as the “Martha Stewart of Meth Labs,” has over 10 years of experience working in Narcotics. Lynn was a Forensic Chemist with the DEA and spent seven years as the Chemist /Criminalist with the North Metro Drug Task Force in Denver.
Who should attend?
- School Safety Teams
- School/Community Mental Health Professionals
- School Resource Officers
- First Responders
- Anyone who works with youth
Workshops24 Interesting workshops including:
"The Impact of Marijuana Legalization"
Dr. Kate Cumbo
"What Would the Dalai Lama Do?"
"Colorado State Suicide Prevention"
Janise McNally and Amy Plog
" Mindfulness as a Strategy to Support School Safety"
BASIC Prep - Building DNA, ServPro,
Pinnacle Charter School, Adam 12
For questions or more information Contact CSSRC:303-239-4435
Monday, August 3, 2015
Colleagues,It’s that time of year again. The Fire & Life Safety Educators of Colorado (FLSEC), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, is presenting the 23rd Fire and Life Safety Educators Conference of the Rockies, . We’re moving to the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado.This three-day conference will feature speakers from across the continent on a range of topics designed to empower life safety professionals and similarly-minded emergency responders and private industry leaders to become better risk reduction resources in our fields. Although the conference is several months away, preparations are underway. The annual call for speakers is one step toward producing another vibrant and educational conference.Our conference is more than fire safety and fire prevention (although those topics remain important). We’re committed to injury and illness prevention, all-hazards community risk reduction, community resiliency, instructional methodology and program improvement. The only limit to course topics is your imagination. We’d like to invite you and your colleagues to propose programs for this conference. We offer courses in three formats: 20-minute sprint sessions, 90-minute breakout sessions and 3-hour workshops.Use this link to submit your proposal: http://tinyurl.com/oqucry9Proposals are due at the close of business Sept. 9.Please share this Call for Speakers with any of your colleagues who also share a commitment to community risk reduction and empowering others to have such an important impact on their communities.Thanks for considering this request. Registration for attendees will begin ; I’ll keep you posted.Einar