Keyword: Christy Steadman
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Helping people transition out of homelessness

As of mid-November, about 35 people who were experiencing homelessness and living with a disability had moved into their new living quarters. St. Francis-Warren Residences, 1630 E. 14th Ave., opened … more

Ensuring every child has access to proper education

Elisa Kim Lee and her husband, Chanyang, are happy to see that because of a preschool education, their young children are learning to write their names and use English, and they get to do enriching, … more

Breaking the ice with art: Washington Park resident shares his maze pieces to combat racial division

Warren Stokes loves his neighborhood. He enjoys his daily six-block walk from his home to Washington Park, where he goes to create his art. But he has noticed that other pedestrians will often cross … more

Denver Hospice provides ‘a group hug’

Denver Hospice Chaplain Keith Swingle said he attended seminary school because he knew he wanted to serve in ministry in some capacity. He had a friend who did an internship with hospice care, but … more

Celebrate Día de los Muertos in Denver

One of my favorite movies is Disney/Pixar’s “Coco.” I love that it’s all about music and family — and Día de los Muertos. I can’t pinpoint an exact timeframe in my past when I started … more

Exploring health-care careers

Girl Scouts are a great fit for the health-care industry. “Girl Scouts are strong, passionate leaders who make the world a better place,” said Emily Speck, program director for Girl Scouts of … more

Snowball and Plowzilla to be on the job this winter

I love Colorado. I love having an escape to remoteness anytime I want — it’s only an hour’s drive to visit my parents at their home on five-and-a-half acres nestled in Colorado’s lovely … more

Denver Public Library’s annual Summer of Adventure has begun

The Denver Public Library is again inviting youth to read, make and explore this summer. The library’s annual Summer of Adventure program kicked off on May 25 and will continue to Aug. 21. The … more

Putting women playwrights in the spotlight

Susan Lyles loves to see a play come to life. Everything about it — “from the page to the stage,” she said. Lyles is the executive director of the And Toto too Theatre Company, which is a … more

Ready to fly, nationally

Something that Alfredo Reyes learned through the Latino Leadership Institute (LLI) is that he wants to be a leader who unites. Leadership is “not about what can I take, but what can I add,” Reyes … more

Janitors march for wage increase

Local janitors gathered at Skyline Park in downtown Denver June 15 for a rally with a twofold mission — one, to honor custodial staff around the world for International Justice for Janitors Day; … more
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