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Lakewood A Top Place To Live

The Movoto Real Estate website picked Lakewood as one of the best places to live in Colorado, citing Lakewood’s high overall quality of life and the price of housing. The website looked at seven factors including amenities, commute times, crime and quality of life to pick the best spots. Read more at www.movoto.com/blog/top-ten/best-places-in-colorado.

Eiber Community Planting Soon!

Time to think about community gardening. It’s fun, it’s organic, it’s educational, it’s healthy, and it’s neighbors helping neighbors. Since the garden is on the elementary school grounds at 10th and Independence, it’s also an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child. Get involved as a volunteer, or a reserve a garden plot. Email Eibercommunitygarden@gmail.com.

Crime Stoppers mobile ‘app’ Available

Metro Crime Stoppers has an application that residents can download to smart phones to make it easier to report crimes and find crime prevention tips. Visit www.CrimeStoppersMobile.com to learn more.

Make a Difference in the Life of A Child

Volunteers at Eiber Elementary help Eiber’s children achieve academic success and in return, are enriched by the friendship and love of a child. Many Eiber students are disadvantaged economically – over 90% of the students at Eiber are on a free or reduced lunch program. Eiber is a dual language school, with a third of the students having a language background other than English, and 90% of those students speaking Spanish as their first language.

This program began as a literacy program and this year it  expanded to provide support to the math curriculum. Volunteers are paired with an individual child.  if you would like more information, contact Lois Witte, email loiswitte@gmail.com.

What’s Happening?

The City of Lakewood has many ways for residence to stay informed about activities in Lakewood. They include a comprehensive website, enewsletters, social media, and ward meetings. Click here for details.

What Is A Resilience Circle?

A Resilience Circle is a small group of people that comes together to increase personal security during these challenging times. Circles have three purposes: learning, mutual aid, and social action. These groups are exploring a new kind of security based in mutual aid and community support, and helping build a new kind of economy that’s fair and in harmony with the earth. Full Story