November 2013

Found 6 blog entries for November 2013.

The 29th annual Let's Bag Hunger food drive to benefit Community Food Share is coming to a close this week and they need our help!   Community Food Share is the central source for food procurement and distribution in Boulder and Broomfield Counties, serving approximately 35,000 low-income people annually. In addition to eliminating hunger in the area by providing food assistance to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, residential treatment homes, after school programs and emergency food box programs, their goal this year is also to provide food assistance to anyone who was affected by the September floods (please see their website for details).  
 
Urgently needed items this year include:
- Canned meat/tuna
- Soup
- Canned meals/chili
- Dry cereal
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MOORE'S SUBDIVISION, RURAL NORTH BOULDER

Blending an eclectic mix of homes, capacious lots with mature trees, and close proximity to restaurants, retail, trails, schools, RTD and much more, the homes for sale in Moore's neighborhood are some of Boulder's most beloved.  

Originally settled in the 40's and 50's, homeowners in Moore's were drawn to it's pastoral feel with larger parcels not only for their homes, but also for their horses, chickens, goats, gardens and workshops. Today, Moore's offers an infusion of architectural styles including original bungalows, remodels and pop-tops, and stately newly-built homes.  The larger lots of these homes in Boulder, Colorado remain with most boasting 1/3 to 1 acre. Seeing a strong revival over the past fifteen years, stakeholders in Boulder's

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Over this past weekend, I attended the 2013 Grass Roots Ultimate Frisbee Fall Tournament at the wonderful Broomfield Commons.  Put on to this event by one of our agents, I had a great time watching people of all ages play the game of Ultimate Frisbee!  Being my first time experiencing the game of Ultimate Frisbee, I was totally blown away by the amount of participants, their athleticism, and the spirit of the ultimate community.

  

Grass Roots Ultimate is a non-profit, totally volunteer-operated organization that started 1991 and is dedicated to "creating opportunities for people of all ages and skill levels to play, enjoy, and benefit from the sport of Ultimate [Frisbee]". Since then, Grass Roots Ultimate has come a long way from the league's

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I recently heard about this awesome new fit program just for women that gets you in shape quickly and also connects you with local women of all ages in your area.  The idea behind Kaia Fit is that group fitness equals support.  You know, alone you might feel weak, but together we are strong, that kind of mentality  The great thing about Kaia is that it is real women, working really hard, to achieve real goals. Plus the diversity of the programs offered and the real life applications of movements are what makes Kaia’s fitness programs popular and effective. Changing up the program regularly helps to boost results, keep things exciting, and challenges even the fittest of women.  If you are a woman looking for a fitness program that offers the support

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"What's Old is New Again" - Seeking simplicity and innovation in design, with a stronger connection to light, nature and the outdoors, homeowners of Boulder, Colorado are being drawn to mid-century modern design and construction. Original mid-century modern homes were typically built from the 1930's to the mid 1960's. This mostly post-war time period reflected a wanting of minimal, somewhat sexy, and organic design in Boulder neighborhood homes for sale. Flash forward to today: "Minimalist sensibility is in vogue again, in part due to this romantic notion of the past," says Gord Peteran, a professor of design at OCAD University in Toronto. "But, I suspect, also due to another form of rebellion - a desire for something simpler, probably a response to our

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In January of 2012, the real estate landscape across the Denver Metro, Northern Colorado, and Boulder Valley began to change. Like an enormous grizzly bear awakened from a six year slumber, real estate once again forged its way into the conscious awareness of home buyers and sellers. Words like scarcity and demand became part of the everyday jargon when people texted each other at work or mingled at a neighborhood party.

Fostered in 2012 my historic low mortgage interest rates, the real estate market shifted into high gear with the resale market and new home construction attempting to keep pace with pent-up demand. Multiple offers became somewhat of the norm and homes were going under contract before For Sale signs could be planted in yards. Some

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