Phoenix Multisport will host their 7th Annual Gala, “Bridges to Recovery,” on September 13, 2014 at the Pepsi Center, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO from 6 to 9:30 p.m.  The evening’s honored guest will be Darryl Strawberry, Major League Baseball’s four-time World Series champion and eight-time All-Star.  Phoenix Multisport will honor Mr. Strawberry for the positive work he has done for the recovery community and will pay tribute to his long-term recovery.

Phoenix Multisport’s mission is to provide a sober, active community for people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Since opening in 2007, more than 12,000 individuals have benefitted from Phoenix’s free programming in Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver. Through pursuits such as climbing, hiking, running, CrossFit, strength training, yoga, and cycling, Phoenix seeks to help members develop and maintain the emotional strength they need to stay sober. All programs are free to individuals with 48 hours of continuous sobriety. 

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You can win a brand new Jeep Cherokee or $20,000 and show your support for a local High School Band program! 

Legacy High School Band in Broomfield Colorado has been honored with an invitation to attend the Rose Bowl Parade on January 1, 2015.  Only 20 bands worldwide are invited each year, and Legacy High School has been chosen due to their hard work and talent.

Show your support and get a chance to win a great prize!  Thank you for helping the Legacy Lightning Band Program and good luck!

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The West Metro Fire Rescue Foundation, in partnership with the City of Lakewood, is constructing a historic representation of the Lakewood-Mountair Station #1 at the Lakewood Heritage Center in Belmar Park.
Originally built in 1939, the Lakewood-Mountair Fire Station #1 was the first fire station west of Denver. The 2,900 square foot, two-story building will include Lakewood’s first fire truck, related artifacts and photographs dedicated to the history of fire service in the Lakewood area. The second floor will be an open community room and classroom space with more artifacts from Lakewood’s firefighting past. This will also provide public access to fire safety education and entry during Heritage Center tours and Lakewood’s signature Cider Days event each October.

Individuals, businesses and volunteer organizations are encouraged to donate or volunteer at



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