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  • Annual Christmas Angel Tree Project

    Share the warmth of the holiday season by putting a smile on a child’s face. The Fort Lupton Chamber is asking to bring a gift to the November Chamber luncheon to fill bags for children that may not receive a gift. Suggestions for gifts, all kind of balls, Legos, books, hoodies, toys or anything appropriate for age one to high school. Gifts will be distributed to children in the Fort Lupton area before Christmas.

  • Commissioner at-large race focuses on better government

    By Belen Ward

    Staff writer

    Three candidates are wrestling for Weld County Commisisoner at-large seat. They are Republican incumbent Steve Moreno, Democrat Carl Erickson, and environmental activist and American Constitution Party candidate Lynette Kilpatrick, a political activist.

  • Operation Christmas Child through Nov. 11

    Operation Christmas Child is a citywide effort to gather shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies and hygiene items for the Samaritans Purse Project.

    The collection week starts Nov. 12. Fort Lupton volunteers hope to collect more than 12,500 gifts to contribute. The operation’s goal is to reach 11 million children.

    Fort Lupton’s drop-off point is the Outpost Calvary Chapel Church, 1190 Denver Ave., from 6 to 8 p.m. from Nov. 12 through Nov. 16 and Nov. 19 and from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 17 and 18.

  • Dacono seeking input from residents by Nov. 12
  • Holiday packages for deployed veterans. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 16

    The Front Range chapter of the National Combat Veterans Motorcycle Auxiliary is asking for names and addresses of deployed military personnel to send shipments of holiday packages.

    Only 50 submission will be considered due to limited funding. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 16. Monetary donations are also excepted to offset supplies and shipping. The group sent 50 large priority packages overseas last year at a cost of $800 for shipping and $750 for supplies.

    This year, the goal is to increase the volume. Call Carol Peters at 970-302-2426.

  • Benefit bake sale Nov. 17

     A bake sale and craft bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 650 S. Park Ave., will help a Fort Lupton resident’s medical expenses.

    Proceeds benefit Mike Ceretto’s medical expenses for a bone-marrow transplant and hospital supplies for Gems of Madagascar.

    The cost is $5 for lunch. 

  • Train to be a master gardener Tuesdays and Thursdays through Nov. 29

    If you want tips and tricks about how to grow things in Colorado, a master gardener program put on by the Colorado State University Extension office in Weld County could be just the ticket.

    Weld County master gardener fall training classes run from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays through Nov. 29 in Broomfield. To get more details, including where the class will meet, contact Amy Lentz, the Colorado State University Extension agent, at alentz@weldgov.com.

  • Shop local and win on Small Business Saturday

    The city of Fort Lupton and the Fort Lupton Chamber of Commerce invite you to #shopsmall this holiday season and celebrate small businesses Saturday, Nov. 24.

    Passports are available at Grannies Diner, 322 Denver Ave., and visit seven of the businesses listed Nov. 24 to be entered to win a $200 VISA gift card or gift baskets valued at $100 each.

    Learn more at www.fortluptonco.gov/smallbusinesssaturday.

  • Annual Christmas Angel Tree Project

     Share the warmth of the holiday season by putting a smile on a child’s face. The Fort Lupton Chamber is asking to bring a gift to the November Chamber luncheon to fill bags for children that may not receive a gift. Suggestions for gifts, all kind of balls, Legos, books, hoodies, toys or anything appropriate for age one to high school. Gifts will be distributed to children in the Fort Lupton area before Christmas.

  • Get your voting questions answered via phone

    Trained volunteers with Just Vote! Colorado Election Protection are on hand to answer questions from Colorado voters via phone (866-OUR-VOTE) and text (720-710-1661) through Election Day. The volume of questions is expected to rise when voter service and polling centers open across the state.