Canyon Courier news briefs

Deb Hurley Brobst
dbrobst@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 10/6/22

Thanksgiving luncheon for seniors, Morrison getting Bronco-sale funds, Aberg resigns from Resilience1220

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Canyon Courier news briefs

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Thanksgiving luncheon for seniors

Time for senior citizens in the foothills to plan for Thanksgiving lunch.

Seniors4Wellness will host a traditional lunch with all the fixings from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, in the Christ the King Catholic Church St. Francis Hall. Entertainment will be provided by Snap, Crackle & Pop.

Reserve a seat by Nov. 7 by emailing seniors4wellness@outlook.com.

Morrison getting Bronco-sale funds

The Town of Morrison is receiving money from the Metropolitan Football Stadium District after the sale of the Denver Broncos.

The town will receive about $19,000, and it must be used for youth recreation purposes.

Trustees at the Oct. 4 board meeting suggested donating some of the funds to Red Rocks Elementary School for its programs or to the Morrison Police Department for its Halloween trunk-or-treat event or to make improvements to a town park.

Aberg resigns from Resilience1220

Heather Aberg co-founder and executive director of Resilience1220, has resigned to return full-time to private practice.

“The board accepted her resignation with both sadness at her leaving and gratitude for her leadership and vision over the past three and a half years,” an email message from the Resilience1220 board said. “Heather leaves Resilience1220 in a strong position for continued growth, and we sincerely thank her for her contributions and leadership during her time as executive director.”

The board has created a transition team, timeline and strategic vision as it identifies a new director.

Resilience1220 provides mental health services to adolescents 12 to 20 years old, including 10 free one-on-one sessions with a therapist, group therapy, activities and more.

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