Regis Groff : ‘Conscience  of the Colorado Senate’, April 8, 1935 – Oct. 5, 2014

Regis Groff : ‘Conscience of the Colorado Senate’, April 8, 1935 – Oct. 5, 2014

By Cara DeGette Editor, GPHN Park Hill, and all of Colorado, has lost a statesman, a teacher, a role model and an inspiration for generations….

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2014 Babbs Award: Park Hill Street Fair Organizer Kate Sultan

2014 Babbs Award: Park Hill Street Fair Organizer Kate Sultan

‘She never misses a beat’ By Tracey MacDermott The award honors the legacy of former Park Hill United Methodist Pastor and founding member of the…

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Pianos, Mandalas & Sea Scenes Dominate Park Hill Alleys

Pianos, Mandalas & Sea Scenes Dominate Park Hill Alleys

7th Annual Alley Art Contest Yields Creative Flair By Jack and Pam Farrar The Park Hill Alley Art Contest is now in its 7th year…

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‘We Are Citizens of a Country That We Still Have To Create’

‘We Are Citizens of a Country That We Still Have To Create’

By Cara DeGette Editor, GPHN This month, let us take to heart the great men and women who have worked and fought tirelessly, and with…

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Turkeys and Hams and Yams For the Table

Turkeys and Hams and Yams For the Table

Help Us Give Thanks For The Bounty By Rebecca R. Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. You can help us serve the neighborhood! Whether donations are…

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Birdland

Birdland

King of the Air: They may be comparatively small, but Western Kingbirds are mighty and fierce, scolding and chasing much-larger intruders like Red-Tailed Hawks and…

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Remembering Marge Gilbert

Remembering Marge Gilbert

‘Our Mom Cared About the Kids in the Neighborhood As If They Were Her Own.’ By Kathleen Gilbert-Macmillan and Kent Gilbert 96 years. A grand…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Make It A Bountiful Table Every year Greater Park Hill Community Inc. provides full Thanksgiving meals to more than 50 families in Park Hill, and…

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Breaking Though the Noise Barrier

Breaking Though the Noise Barrier

Community advocates citywide are worried about a budget item that could increase the problems with enforcement of Denver’s noise ordinance. A budget allocation of $330,000…

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Meet Your Leaders - The Officers of Greater Park Hill Community, Inc.

Meet Your Leaders – The Officers of Greater Park Hill Community, Inc.

Editor’s Note: GPHC Board members are elected during the October annual meeting of the Greater Park Hill Community. This year, members elected three new at-large…

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All Is Quiet In The Garden

All Is Quiet In The Garden

Halloween has come and gone, the pumpkins are on their way out and the spider webs still hang on to the shrubs. Candy wrappers sprinkle…

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Letting Creeks See The Light Of Day

Letting Creeks See The Light Of Day

New Storm Drainage Master Plan Revealed Here is an excerpt from my October 2014 column, providing a description of a portion of the Mayfair neighborhood…

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Where Have All The Millennials Gone?

Where Have All The Millennials Gone?

Do you love a good mystery? If you are like most people, once a riddle is proposed you can’t help but start setting the ol’…

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Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries

Take A Book, Return A Book A Worldwide Phenomenon by Tara Bannon Williamson You may have noticed charming birdhouse-sized book versions of the “take a…

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In Praise of Pet Owners

In Praise of Pet Owners

As I write this, it is still October and still National Adopt a Shelter Pet Month. I think that every month should be Adopt a…

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