The High Park Fire Fire is 100% contained at 87,284 acres. It should be noted that “containment” means that a containment line exists around the fire, which fire managers believe will hold the fire within the perimeter. “Control” means that the fire is actually out which, on a fire of this magnitude, typically requires an act of nature such as prolonged rain or snowfall.
Hot spots will continue to exist within the perimeter during the containment phase and residents should expect to see smoke for days and weeks as the fire moves from containment to control.
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To 36-year-old Jennifer Henderson, finally having her own apartment means living an independent life. It means having the confidence in herself to overcome a disease she has battled since she was 9.
Before moving out on her own, Henderson lived at Kenton Manor, 850 27th Ave. in Greeley. She had dropped down to 85 pounds and doctors at the eating disorder clinic where she was receiving treatment told her she couldn’t live on her own. She would need to live with someone for support.
Volunteering is more than improving and helping the lives of others. It’s about building strong relationships within the community, bettering yourself and opening your eyes to those around you, according to a CSU student who has given her time to a local nonprofit.
Without the help she receives from the Weld Food Bank, Tenneya Roth would face some difficult decisions. “Probably me and my boyfriend wouldn’t be eating sometimes so that the kids could eat,” the 31-year-old Greeley resident said. “They’ve been a great asset. I’m really glad they’re there.”
Each year the food bank donates about 8 million pounds of food and serves about 10,000 clients a month.
Sipping her Chai tea while talking about her love for volunteering, Georgeann Smith gives off the warm and friendly demeanor that makes her company so enjoyable. Smith’s passion for volunteering radiates through her smile, and her stories about volunteering are nothing less than inspiring.
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