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GOLD HILL TOWN MEETING NEWSLETTER

Minutes of the July 17, 2017 Special Town Meeting

 Next Town Meeting is Monday, August 14, 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center. This will be our annual Elections meeting.  Come one, come all – consider joining the Council!

 The meeting was called to order by Chair Tony Vrba. Fourteen people attended: Joan Few, Mary Ryan, Member at Large Dan Maedke and Gabe, Rick Sheingold, Jojo Morrison, Chair Tony Vrba, Cherry and John Sand, Vice Chair Bear Carlson, Debra Yeager, Emily Rose, Virginia Schultz, and Secretary Gretchen Diefenderfer.

Tony announced that this special town meeting was called to address both the issue of bike races through town and Rancho Fazoo Adoption.

Bike Race – Tony introduced guest Speaker John Hoste, Special Event Coordinator with the Boulder County Transportation Department (jholste@bouldercounty.org or 303-441-3906). He reported that he works with his counterpart at the City of Boulder and the State Patrol.  Any event the uses public right-of-way in Boulder County needs a permit. Concerns are health and safety. The application is to be submitted 60 days before the event and needs a medical plan, operations plan, route, $50 application fee and a $500 deposit to cover clean up, etc.   Fire Departments are to be provided at least two weeks notification. In the case of the bike race on June 24th, some obligations from the coordinators were not fulfilled, particularly the timely notifications required and signs, and their deposit was not refunded. He was very apologetic about the lack of notification and they have instigated new protocols to make sure that does not happen in the future.

   Regarding the Gold Rush Rally (http://goldrushbikerally.com) on August 27th, the racers will leave North Boulder Park, come up Sunshine, turn right on County 83 to the Highline road, down to Lefthand, up Sawmill into Gold Hill and on down Sunshine. There are 3 timed sections – NOT timed through Gold Hill, we were happy to hear, so they won’t be racing through. There is also a shorter option, with only 2 times sections, still coming through Gold Hill and down Sunshine.

   He was asked about the collapsed section on Horsfal and reported it is stable at this time and being monitored.

   They try to spread events around so no area is overly impacted. They do want to encourage community events to bring people together.   He added that the fees are often waived for Fire Department or unincorporated town events. Check se@bouldercounty.org. for a list of county special events scheduled or under review.

 

Rancho Fazoo Adoption- Tony reported that the Community Space Committee has been looking at spaces for community events. Jojo added that the committee sees Rancho Fazoo as a space to build community. They have met with Boulder County Open Space people, particularly Eric and Janice, who have been incredibly welcoming and open to our input. The 55 acres includes a sliver of the cemetery land. Open Space cannot just give the land, but are happy to consider sweat equity, like fixing the fence, and work on cleaning up the Rancho Fazoo site. So, are we interested? If so, there is a mechanism through County Adopt-A-Park/Trail Policies and Procedures (included below).  The County could provide a dumpster, etc., for the clean up, which it seems like we could do at out own pace. The town would have to sign a Volunteer Application and Waiver of Liability.

Joan pointed out that this is an historical site and needs to be surveyed for historical significance before just picking up stuff. Carol Beam, County Preservationist, would be happy to have the involvement of our museum people – she knows our reputation and would be happy to have us check for historical significance. Joan said that the County has cultural resource managers to do historical surveys – map everything on the ground – and how does Carol want us to work with her? She needs to talk to Carol Beam.

   Mary added that the draw there is an animal highway and is important for that, too.

   Jojo’s vision is that step one is the clean up and then we can look at creating undefined useable space – maybe a deck for musical performances, maybe trails? This would be ongoing, starting with a 2-year commitment to adopt the land. We are still figuring out exactly how this would work – how many hours would we need to commit and so on.

   Tony added that another consideration is that the County has a 20-year plan to build trails all through the county and connect them, acquiring BLM land that intersects with open space.  Deb stated that if Boulder County gets BLM land through the Parks and Recreations Act, they would have to abide by Federal rules. She expressed concern that we might be putting out faith in people who don’t represent us. We’re in the middle of the playground for people from the plains. We have to be aware of the potential impact.  Gretchen said that they have been working on these plans for years now and there will be open meetings, which she thinks will take into account our concerns about impacts on our Gold Hill area.

   Several people felt we should go ahead with the adoption process and sign the paperwork. Several others wanted more clarification before we made this commitment. It was decided that the Committee would do more research and bring the findings to the August Town Meeting for a final decision.

 

Respectfully Submitted, Gretchen Diefenderfer, Secretary.

 

Attached: County forms, including the Adopt-a-Park/Trail Policies and Procedures, Open Space Rules and Regulations, and the Volunteer Application and Waiver of Liability.

 

 

 

 

 

Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department 
Adopt-A-Park/Trail Policies and Procedures ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

  • An adoption site can be an entire park, trail or lakeshore. Adoptions can also be just a section of a park or trail; the area will be designated from a road intersection to a logical ending point or trailhead. More than one group can adopt an area if Boulder County Parks and Open Space staff determines the area needs more attention.
  • The adopting group or individual will commit to a two-year period of adoption. At the end of the two years, the adopting group/individual may renew or terminate the adoption.
  • The Parks and Open Space Department will provide the adopting group/individual with the following: 
- Staff orientation at initial trash-pick up
- Litter picker-upper tongs
- Necessary quantities of trash bags, if requested
- Disposal of trash bags
- Recognition on groups’/individuals’ participation in program
  • During the two-year commitment, the adopting group/individual will remove trash from the designated site a minimum of four times from April 1st to October 31st.
  • Generally, the open space trails and parks are fairly clean and require carrying a grocery bag size bag for clean up. These can be deposited in the trashcans at the trailheads. However, if you find large items that need removing, please place them by the trashcans and contact the Adopt-a-Trail coordinator at 303-678-6216 to let her/him know that trash needs to be picked up from that site.
  • The Parks and Open Space Department will install a sign at the appropriate trailhead or kiosk recognizing the adopting group/individual after the first trash pick-up. The signs will remain in place throughout the adoption period.
  • The adopting group/individuals will have opportunities to assist with other trail projects, such as trail repair and weed management. It is not required, nor available each year. The Adopt a Park/Trail program coordinator will inform the group leader about possible trail maintenance and resource management projects.
  • The Adopt-a-Park/Trail participants must be aware of the hazardous nature of the work, which is to be performed and take full responsibility for any injury that could occur while participating in this program.
  • The Adopt-a-Park/Trail participants must be aware of the Boulder County Parks and Open Space regulations and abide by them at all times while conducting their service.
  • Boulder County Park and Open Space Rules & Regulations
  • Property is open from sunrise to sunset — no camping. When park is closed, unattended vehicles will be ticketed or towed.
Dogs and other pets must be on a hand-held leash and under physical control of a person at all times. Dogs are prohibited at Hall Ranch, Heil Valley Ranch, and Caribou Ranch Open Spaces.
  • Collecting, removing, destroying or defacing any natural or human-made objects is not permitted. Installing rock bolts and constructing trails or structures is unlawful. Feeding, disturbing, trapping, hunting or killing wildlife is not permitted.
Building ground fires is not permitted.
  • Discharging or carrying firearms, crossbows, fireworks (including model rockets) or projectile weapons of any kind is not permitted.
No unauthorized motorized vehicles permitted beyond parking lot.
Mountain bicycling is permitted on officially designated trails only.
  • It is unlawful to carry or possess (outside an enclosed vehicle) any glass bottle or container.
State law prohibits the possession or consumption of any beverage having alcohol content greater than 3.2% in any public place.
  • Group use permits are required for any groups larger than 25 people.
No commercial uses are allowed.
No posting of advertisements in park or on vehicles is permitted.
It is unlawful to swim, wade, boat, ice skate or ice fish on any body of water except where posted.
  • Violations are punishable by a fine up to $300. You are responsible for knowing and obeying all parks and open space regulations (B.C. RES. NO 98-148).
  • Important Phone Numbers:
  • To report an emergency, dial 911.
For non-emergency response (Ranger or Sheriff’s deputy) call dispatch at 303-441-4444. Adopt-a-Trail/Park Coordinator: 303-678-6216.
  • Boulder County Parks and Open Space 5201 St. Vrain Rd
Longmont, CO 80503
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Boulder County Parks and Open Space Volunteer Application & Waiver

Please complete both sides, sign and return to Boulder County Parks and Open Space, 5201 St. Vrain Road, Longmont CO 80503 or fax to 303-678-6177.

Name ________________________________
Address ________________________________
City ________________________________
Zip _________________________________
Current Occupation: ______________________________________________________________________

Relevant Experience, Interests and Hobbies: (You’re welcome to attach additional page or resume)

_______________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________

What blocks of time are you available to work?
(For example: Monday & Wednesday afternoons, weekends only, Tuesdays – Thursdays, etc) ______________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________

Hours you can commit to this volunteer position:
_____ per week or _____ per month or _____ per project

What volunteer position are you applying for today ________________________________________________________

Which other volunteer positions interest you?

  • ____  Volunteer Naturalist
  • ____  Park Patroller and/or Angler Host
  • ____  Writer
  • ____  Illustrator/Artist
  • ____  Assay Office Museum Docent
  • ____  Walker Ranch Homestead Interpreter
  • ____  Ag Heritage Center Tour Guide
  • ____  Ag Heritage Gardener and/or Groundskeeper
  • ____  Ag Heritage Animal Caretaker
  • ____  Forestry Crew Leader
  • ____  Trails Crew Leader
  • ____  Seed Collection Crew Leader
  • ____  Adopt a Park/Trail
  • ____  Wildlife Monitor
  • ____  Plant Monitor
  • ____  Forest Monitor
  • ____  Weed Monitor
  • ____  Historical Researcher

Other: ____________________________________________

REFERENCES: (People who you have volunteered for/with in the past, or people who know you and how you work with others, etc) Name ________________________________________ Phone ___________________________ (daytime)

Name ________________________________________ Phone ___________________________ (daytime)

Date___________________________________ Home Phone ____________________________ Work Phone ____________________________ Email __________________________________

WAIVER OF LIABILITY

I, the undersigned, volunteer with the Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department after due consideration of my age, health, physical condition, and ability, and the inherent risks and personal risks involved in this activity, I voluntarily agree to assume all risks of loss that arise out of my participation and agree to waive any and all claims against Boulder County and other parties described below.

I hereby release, and agree to indemnify and hold harmless Boulder County, the Board of County Commissioners and any of their respective employees, agents and representatives, person or property, whether anticipated or unanticipated, from liability for any injury, loss or damage resulting from my participation in any activities contemplated by this agreement, whether such damage, loss, or injury results from the negligence of Boulder County, the Board of County Commissioners, and any of the agents, representatives, officers, employees, successors, assigns, administrators, and executors.

I realize that working on this program/project may involve risks and hazards, including the risk of injury. I am aware of the risks and hazards inherent in participating and do hereby assume sole responsibility for all such risks and waive all claims against Boulder County and their respective agents, representatives, officers, employees, successors, assigns and insurers.

I grant Boulder County permission to use my likeness or my child’s likeness in photograph(s) or video, in any and all of its publications and in any and all other media, including public website publication, and social media channels, whether now known or hereafter existing, controlled by Boulder County, in perpetuity, and for other use by the County. I will make no monetary claim or other claim against Boulder County for the use of my likeness in the photograph(s)/video. I understand that the nature of digital media on the Internet makes duplication difficult to control and that Boulder County is not responsible for any unauthorized use by third parties of the content and images published on its public website.

I authorize Boulder County to obtain medical attention for me (and my child/ward) in case of emergency if unable to reach the physician stated below, and I release Boulder County for such medical attention.

I certify that my vehicle will have insurance coverage as required by Colorado law in connection with my activities on Boulder County property.

I agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Boulder County while participating on this program/project. I hereby acknowledge that I have read, understood and voluntarily agreed to the foregoing waiver and release agreement.

_____________________________________________ ____________________ Signature Date

If volunteer is a minor, I agree to permit my child or ward to volunteer for the Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department and agree to be bound by all of the terms of the above waiver of liability.

_____________________________________________ Signature of Parent or Guardian

In case of a medical emergency, we should contact:

Name & relationship ___________________________________ Name & relationship ____________________________________

_____________________ Date

Phone:_____________________________________ Phone:_____________________________________

Please list any allergies or medical conditions that we should be aware of: _________________________________________________________________________________________________

(March 2012)

 

Boulder County Park and Open Space Rules & Regulations

Property is open from sunrise to sunset — no camping. When park is closed, unattended vehicles will be ticketed or towed.
Dogs and other pets must be on a hand-held leash and under physical control of a person at all times. Dogs are prohibited at Hall Ranch, Heil Valley Ranch, and Caribou Ranch Open Spaces.

Collecting, removing, destroying or defacing any natural or human-made objects is not permitted. Installing rock bolts and constructing trails or structures is unlawful. Feeding, disturbing, trapping, hunting or killing wildlife is not permitted.
Building ground fires is not permitted.

Discharging or carrying firearms, crossbows, fireworks (including model rockets) or projectile weapons of any kind is not permitted.
No unauthorized motorized vehicles permitted beyond parking lot.
Mountain bicycling is permitted on officially designated trails only.

It is unlawful to carry or possess (outside an enclosed vehicle) any glass bottle or container.
State law prohibits the possession or consumption of any beverage having alcohol content greater than 3.2% in any public place.

Group use permits are required for any groups larger than 25 people.
No commercial uses are allowed.
No posting of advertisements in park or on vehicles is permitted.
It is unlawful to swim, wade, boat, ice skate or ice fish on any body of water except where posted.

Violations are punishable by a fine up to $300. You are responsible for knowing and obeying all parks and open space regulations (B.C. RES. NO 98-148).

Important Phone Numbers:

To report an emergency, dial 911.
For non-emergency response (Ranger or Sheriff’s deputy) call dispatch at 303-441-4444. Adopt-a-Trail/Park Coordinator: 303-678-6216.

Boulder County Parks and Open Space 5201 St. Vrain Rd
Longmont, CO 80503

 

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Open Jam at the Gold Hill Store

Saturday, August 5, 7:00 to 9:00 – Larry Worster and the Gold Hill S!tore House Band – poster attached

 

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Museum Celebration

YOU ARE INVITED TO A GREAT CELEBRATION!

Join us on Friday evening, August 11th at Cherry and John Sand’s Property, across Prospect Avenue from the Gold Hill Museum as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the birth of our Gold Hill Museum!  We will be hosting an ice cream social and champagne party for Gold Hill and we will have two distinguished historians celebrating with us.

5:30pm      Ice Cream and Champagne celebration

6:00pm      Presentation by Ed Raines, Colorado School of Mines, on mining in Gold Hill and Boulder County with a special focus on Ward Yeager and the Cobalt Mine

6:45pm      Presentation by Chellee Courtney, local historian, past President of Historic Gold Hill Inc., and descendent the Goudge family, an early Boulder Pioneer family in Gold Hill

7:30pm      Round table of local and past residents of Gold Hill:  Anecdotes and special memories of Ann and Ward Yeager

Please plan on joining us for a fun evening of celebrating and archiving our history and if you have anecdotes to offer up for our round table, please plan on sharing them with us.

See you there!

Deb

deb@mountainvisions.net

 

 

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Sunshine Canyon Hill Climb, 7-22-17

The rescheduled date for the Sunshine Canyon Hill Climb is set for Saturday, July 22nd from 0800-1200.  I have attached our Ops plan if you are interested in seeing it.

If you need any other information, please let me know.

Thanks,

Carla

Weinheimer, Carla [mailto:cweinheimer@bouldercounty.org]

Operations Plan

Sunshine Canyon Hill Climb

Saturday, July 22, 2017   0730-1200

 EVENT SUMMARY

The course is a hill climb which begins at 4th and Mapleton in Boulder and proceeds west up Sunshine Canyon Drive for 9.14 miles and ends at the highest elevation of the road, about 1 mile before the town of Gold Hill. The riders will start in multiple groups according to ability. There are approximately 200 participants.

Deputies working the event will be mobile and are responsible to escort groups of racers and to control traffic, allowing the racers to participate safely. There are no road closures for the event and deputies can stop traffic for short periods to allow the race to proceed without interruption.

BRIEFING

All deputies working the event should meet the race coordinator, Barry Lee (720-244-8228) at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine at 4th and Mapleton at 0730.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

  • Class C Uniform (shorts are authorized) with duty belt and a pac-set.
  • An authorized traffic vest must be worn at all times while directing traffic. A high-visibility duty polo is an acceptable alternative.
  • Deputies are required to have a marked patrol car.

COMMUNICATIONS

 LE Primary:                           BC Law3 – Deputy Rosales will have race radio

Event Coordinator:           Barry Lee (720-244-8228)

Medical:                               Robert Montoya (303-917-5465)         

 MEDICAL PLAN

Rapid Response Paramedics will provide services for this event. The services include one designated medical area at the finish line and an ALS Paramedic on site for the duration of the races. Paramedics will also be roving the course on motorcycles and will be equipped with AED’s, oxygen and medical kits.

TRAFFIC/PARKING PLAN         

Parking for the event will use the parking lots of the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine located at 4th Street and Mapleton Avenue.

STAFFING ASSIGNMENTS

 

Location Hours Personnel
 

Mobile #1

Mobile (on course) – will have race radio

 

0730-1200

 

Deputy Rosales

 

Mobile #2

Lead the first wave then remain at the finish line to ensure the road is kept clear of cyclists.

 

0730-1200

 

 

Deputy Cunning

 

Mobile #3

Assist with traffic direction at the beginning of the race then lead wave #2

 

0730-1200

 

Sergeant Trujillo

 

Mobile #4

Assist with traffic direction at the beginning of the race – mobile

 

0730-1200

 

Sergeant Heger

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GOLD HILL TOWN MEETING NEWSLETTER

GOLD HILL TOWN MEETING NEWSLETTER

Minutes of the Gold Hill Town Meeting, June 12, 2017

 

Next Regular Town Meeting will be Monday, August 14, 2017, 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center.  This will be our annual elections Meeting!

The meeting was called to order by Chair Tony Vrba. Attending (10): Nick Kell, Emergency Preparedness Planner, BOCO, Treasurer Martha Knapp, Deputy Chair Bear Carlson, Virginia Schultz, Luzie Mason, Rick Sinner, John Sand, Prospector (AKA J. Whitmont), Poppy Copeland, Chair Tony Vrba. In Secretary Gretchen Diefenderfer’s absence, Bear Carlson took minutes.

GUEST PRESENTATION – Nick Kell gave a presentation on the Medical Reserve Corps (www.bouldercountymrc.org ). According to their website, “Medical Reserve Corps volunteers support public health activities in the event of disasters including floods, fires, pandemics, and other events that require an exceptional medical response.” They are a volunteer organization that is part of BOCO Public Health, one of 22 MRC chapters in CO. There are approximately 95 volunteers helping out throughout the county.

Although many volunteers are medically trained, not all are as there are many needs that arise during emergency situations. In addition to functioning during disasters such as the 2010 fire and 2013 flood, they are also active throughout the year doing CPR training, building preparedness, sheltering, etc. While MRC volunteers do not wear uniforms per se, they have caps, T shirts and ID badges to identify them.

Interested volunteers can contact Nick Kell by email (nkell@bouldercounty.org) or phone (303-413-7532, 303-419-7805).

MISC

Minutes of previous meeting approved

Martha will email Treasurer’s report

Town cleanup June 24, 2017

COMMITTEE REPORTS

GH SCHOOL – No report (NR)

COMMUNITY PLANNING – Gold Rush will be held Sep 17, 2017

COMMUNITY SPACES – NR

HISTORIC ZONING (Bear)– The property between Laughlins and Michael Putrillo has sold to Joyce Robinson, who plans to build a small residence. She has been in contact with HZ and will work with us as plans proceed.

FOREST MANAGEMENT (Virginia) – BOCO has $4K available to support chipping for local residents, which will occur July 27 & 28, 2017. Approximately 6-10 property owners have expressed interest so far. Four Mile has been selected to do the work at a rate of $180/hr. BOCO will pay half the cost; at a previous meeting, GHTM recommended paying half the remainder (i.e. 25%), with property owners responsible for 25%. Virginia will coordinate, including making sure property owners have the slash (6” max diameter) stacked for easy access the weekend ahead of chipping. Four Mile estimates a “Suburban-sized” pile of slash takes about an hour to process, which would cost the property owner $45.

MOTION: “GHTM will pay 25% of the chipping cost for local residents, up to a maximum of $900.” Passed unanimously.

Virginia will explore an opportunity to be a “fire-wise community.”

FIRE DEPT – NR

WEED MGMT – NR

MUSEUM (John) – The museum opened for the season on Memorial Day weekend. Several exhibits have been spruced up and rearranged, and there is a new exhibit featuring Dr. Edna (?) Campbell. The fence has been repaired and realigned with the entrance now from Pine St. Volunteers are needed to prep and paint the fence the week of June 19, 2017.

MINING (Bear) – Mark Steen received permission from BOCO to remove a section of guard rail on Horsfal to access part of the mine for maintenance. The guard rail has subsequently been replaced.

SAFELINK (Tony) – Nothing scheduled; possible phone tree test this summer

AIRLINK (Bear) – Design work on the new repeater in Jamestown is underway. Mark Elder is helping out on the “very challenging” cable design details.

IMA (Tony) – Next meeting June 22, 2017 in Allenspark. Tony will attend.

OLD BUSINESS

Book exchange mailbox – on hold due to Dan and Chrissy’s new baby

The Climb has a new schedule

Elections Aug 14, 2017. New volunteers are always encouraged to join the fun!

NEW BUSINESS

ADOPTION OF RANCHO FAZOO (Tony) – JoJo Morrison is spearheading efforts for GHTM to adopt this property, which is part of the new BOCO Open Space acquisition. An on-site tour was held to explore possibilities for GHTM to help clean up the space so it could be used for community events. BOCO is supportive and would supply a rolloff trash container – but would insist certain rules be followed, including a commitment from GHTM to hold cleanups four times annually, etc. The GH Museum would be welcome to any artifacts that might surface during cleanup activities. Permacultural aspects of the property will be kept in mind, as well as maintaining wildlife corridors, etc.

Because only three GHTM council members were present, and they confessed to being remiss in not carefully studying the documents Tony sent around outlining the requirements for adoption, the issue was tabled to a future meeting. ADDENDUM – A Special Town Meeting will be held Monday, July 17 at 7:30 to discuss Rancho Fazoo issues  as well as issues around Bike Races through Gold Hill to insure the safety of Gold Hill residents as well as of the bicyclists.

EMERGENCY SIRENS (Tony) – Dina is investigating how well the verbal warning sirens in Jamestown are working. Such a system could be useful in GH, but many questions remain, such as:

  • What would be required to include the subdivision in such a warning system?
  • Would the regular testing required be worth it in terms of disturbing our tranquility?
  • Is person-to-person communication (e.g. Neighborlink) more effective anyway?

POTHOLES IN MAIN STREET

What little part of Main St is paved is suffering from major potholes. Residents were encouraged to phone or email Ted Plank with BOCO, who is known to be quite responsive.

 

 

 

 

 

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Community History Outreach

Just a reminder to save the date for our second annual “Community History Outreach” for this year.  Last year your museum hosted a presentation about the female artists of the late 19th century and the start of the 20th century.  These female artists painted scenes of the front range which coincided with our exhibit on the Bluebirds of Gold Hill.  Thanks to the efforts of many people, the Bluebird exhibit was a huge success and we were the recipients of an award for the Gold Hill Museum and its work!  Many thanks to Laurie Britton-Newell for her tireless work and support of our efforts. 

This year on Friday evening, August 11th we will be celebrating with you once again.  We at the museum are focusing on Ann and Ward Yeager and local mining.  We will have two guest speakers:  Ed Raines, instructor at the School of Mines speaking to us regarding Ward Yeager, his mine, The Copper King, and Gold Hill and Boulder County Mining.  Chellee Courtney, our past President of the Museum Board and local historian will be speaking on the female part of this team, Ann Yeager, her life in Gold Hill as a teacher at the school, her life with Ward, a member and landlady of our community,  and her education and life before Gold Hill.  Additionally, several people will make up a team for sharing their tales and memories of the Yeagers following the presentation.  We invite you to share with us any anecdotal materials you have on the Yeagers as well.  All of this will be video recorded for our archival memories of Gold Hill.  We’re hoping that you’ll plan on attending.

The cocktail party will begin at 5:30 pm in John and Cherry Sand’s back yard.  Please join us for this fun and informative evening.  The presentation officially begins at 6 pm.

This is our special presentation this year created especially for you, our community, on the history of Gold Hill.  Each year our exhibits change as we move from subject to subject.  We know that many of you are passionate about our history and we at the museum are proud to be your stewards and protectors of the museum.  We take a great deal of pride in our efforts and give many hours of our time to keep this gift available for you and future generations of Gold Hill. We’re hoping that you appreciate our efforts and join us for this fun event.

deb@mountainvisions.net

 

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SPECIAL Gold Hill Town Meeting

SPECIAL Gold Hill Town Meeting July 17th at 7:30 pm

Community Room at the Gold Hill Fire Barn

Topics:

Bike Races through Gold Hill

Recently we had little notice of a 400+ bike race though town and at this special meeting we will talk efforts to ensure a safe environment for the town and the bikes. Find out more about Boulder County events at:

 

Rancho Fazoo Adoption

The Community Space committee has been working on finding spaces for community and one of those identified is Rancho Fazoo.  GHTM is in a position to adopt the old Schmidt Property/Rancho Fazoo.  Let’s discuss and vote on this great opportunity. Find out more about OS Adoption/Partnerships at:

https://www.bouldercounty.org/open-space/get-involved/

These will be the only topics.  Our next GHTMeeting will be August 14th at 7:30.  The August meeting will also include voting for the GHTM board positions.

See you then!

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Gold Hill Fire Department’s Pancake Breakfast

Gold Hill Fire Department’s Pancake Breakfast- Yes, it’s on the 4th!

Pancakes served: 8:30-11:00

Parade to follow at noon. 
Adults $7.00 Children $5.00
Plain or blueberry pancakes, bacon or sausage and beverages.
Free toys for the first 100 kids
Come early and socialize! 
Please park responsibly
No Dogs
Please join the camaraderie of our community and volunteer to help with breakfast. For information and to volunteer, contact Leslie Finn 303-444-5549.
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Update on the Bicycle Race on Saturday

Thursday at 5:24 p.m.  Good evening everyone,

I wanted to update you all on the changes that have been made to the Haute Route on Saturday.   In response to the scheduled community cleanup in Gold Hill as well as the road damage on Horsfal St.; Boulder County Transportation will be requiring that racing be suspended through the town of Gold Hill.   

Riders will be required to obey rules of the road and all traffic control officer’s orders from the feed zone just east of Gold Hill at the turnoff to the mine until approximately two miles west of Gold Hill, where racing is permitted to resume.  This will allow for dumpsters and trucks to arrive for the cleanup while ensuring the safety of riders in the race.

Here is a link to the area in question:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Nt_-LH6qkf8utn1fGX0QHWfSncc&usp=sharing

I’ve also attached a copy of the map to this email as well.

Please email me if you have any questions in regards to this change as I will be out of the office tomorrow.  Thank you again to members of the Gold Hill community who brought the cleanup to our attention as soon as they were notified of the race so that the necessary adjustments could be made.

Sincerely,

John Holste

Special Event Coordinator/Planner II

Boulder County Transportation Department

303.441.3906

jholste@bouldercounty.org

TOWN CLEAN UP will be Saturday, June 24, from  10:00 a.m. until 3:00

 Dumpsters and Recycling Trucks will arrive in Gold Hill between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m.  Please don’t come with stuff before 10:00!  

                                    BECAUSE

The Haute Route Rockies a bicycle race involving some 300+  racers, according to their website

 (www.sportstoursinternational.co.uk/US)

 will race up Sunshine Canyon, down Horsfal, and through Gold Hill on Main Street between approximately 8:30 to 9:15am on June 24th.

 

There will be Race Officials directing traffic through town, but be aware!  WE DO NOT KNOW exactly how many bicyclists will be coming through or how fast they will be.  The County Website https://luprod.bouldercounty.org/CitizenAccess/Report/ShowReport.aspx?module=SpecialEvents&reportID=736&reportType=LINK_REPORT_LIST  Provides further information.

 Our revised flyer follows

2017 Spring Clean Up

Saturday, June 24

10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Bluebird Lodge parking lot.

DIVERSION is the focus again this year.  Boulder County will support our diversion/recycling efforts, but they are no longer providing any money for trash disposal.  We will only be getting two dumpsters for trash and, since we will have to pay for them ($365 each), we will need to charge (rate sheet at the end). 

Four Dumpsters will arrive between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. – 2 for junk/trash (we will need to collect a fee for trash), one for metal, one for wood – general wood/lumber as in the past.  Please don’t come with stuff earlier than 10:00. 

     ***And, as always, we need volunteers to help!***

To volunteer, please contact me, Gretchen Diefenderfer, at gretchend@mac.com  (303-442-3847).

DIVERSION (see http://www.ecocycle.org/charm).

Mixed rigid plastics (playground stuff, coolers, etc.) and Styrofoam

Tires – no rims.

Refrigerators and freezers!

Electronics, small appliances

Mattresses

Household hazardous waste (HHW)

Oil

            Antifreeze

            Car batteries

        METAL Container

No liquidsNo fridgesNo tires on rims (just rims are ok!)No batteriesNo paint cans with paint still in them.  We will take fridges and tires this year, but they have to go in the diversion trucks [there will be one for tires and appliances, one for HHW, one for mattresses, and four Gaylords (4’x4’ containers) for electronics].

Wire fencing and barbed wire are ok

 WOOD Container

No chemically treated wood including stain or paint – No nails in the wood (although a few seem to be ok, just not an excessive amount) – No particleboard.  Slash is ok – no longer than 18” (be judicious with this – there is only one dumpster and it can’t take a forest of slash) 

        TRASH  Containers – junk

        No recyclables!  We need to pay for this and will need to charge for trash. 

            $10-12 per car, van, or SUV (less for just a few things)

            $15-18 per pick-up truck or trailer full

            $25 per vehicle with trailer

Please remember that it would be much more expensive to take a truckload to the dump (a carload taken to Western Disposal is charged $37-$45).

 Repurposing – We encourage people to bring stuff that others might want.  Be prepared to pick these items up if no one wants them, or for them to go into the dumpsters.  We will take some stuff down to donate in Boulder, either to second hand stores or to Resource 2000.  But don’t forget we will have the town bake/rummage/craft sale in September, too.

 Any propane bottles must be vented and this means the entire top mechanism must be removed.  Just opening it does not suffice. We made this mistake once and it cost us!

 Isn’t it amazing how stuff piles up!  This is your chance to clear it out once again!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Town Clean Up time change

TOWN CLEAN UP will be Saturday, June 24, from  10:00 a.m. until 3:00

 Dumpsters and Recycling Trucks will arrive in Gold Hill between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m.  Please don’t come with stuff before 10:00!  

                                    BECAUSE

The Haute Route Rockies a bicycle race involving some 300+  racers, according to their website

 (www.sportstoursinternational.co.uk/US)

 will race up Sunshine Canyon, down Horsfal, and through Gold Hill on Main Street between approximately 8:30 to 9:15am on June 24th.

 

There will be Race Officials directing traffic through town, but be aware!  WE DO NOT KNOW exactly how many bicyclists will be coming through or how fast they will be.  The County Website https://luprod.bouldercounty.org/CitizenAccess/Report/ShowReport.aspx?module=SpecialEvents&reportID=736&reportType=LINK_REPORT_LIST  Provides further information.

 Our revised flyer follows

2017 Spring Clean Up

Saturday, June 24

10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Bluebird Lodge parking lot.

 

DIVERSION is the focus again this year.  Boulder County will support our diversion/recycling efforts, but they are no longer providing any money for trash disposal.  We will only be getting two dumpsters for trash and, since we will have to pay for them ($365 each), we will need to charge (rate sheet at the end). 

 

Four Dumpsters will arrive between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. – 2 for junk/trash (we will need to collect a fee for trash), one for metal, one for wood – general wood/lumber as in the past.  Please don’t come with stuff earlier than 10:00. 

     ***And, as always, we need volunteers to help!***

To volunteer, please contact me, Gretchen Diefenderfer, at gretchend@mac.com  (303-442-3847).

 

DIVERSION (see http://www.ecocycle.org/charm).

Mixed rigid plastics (playground stuff, coolers, etc.) and Styrofoam

Tires – no rims.

Refrigerators and freezers!

Electronics, small appliances

Mattresses

Household hazardous waste (HHW)

Oil

            Antifreeze

            Car batteries

 

        METAL Container

No liquidsNo fridgesNo tires on rims (just rims are ok!)No batteriesNo paint cans with paint still in them.  We will take fridges and tires this year, but they have to go in the diversion trucks [there will be one for tires and appliances, one for HHW, one for mattresses, and four Gaylords (4’x4’ containers) for electronics].

Wire fencing and barbed wire are ok

 WOOD Container

No chemically treated wood including stain or paint – No nails in the wood (although a few seem to be ok, just not an excessive amount) – No particleboard.  Slash is ok – no longer than 18” (be judicious with this – there is only one dumpster and it can’t take a forest of slash) 

        TRASH  Containers – junk

        No recyclables!  We need to pay for this and will need to charge for trash. 

            $10-12 per car, van, or SUV (less for just a few things)

            $15-18 per pick-up truck or trailer full

            $25 per vehicle with trailer

Please remember that it would be much more expensive to take a truckload to the dump (a carload taken to Western Disposal is charged $37-$45).

 Repurposing – We encourage people to bring stuff that others might want.  Be prepared to pick these items up if no one wants them, or for them to go into the dumpsters.  We will take some stuff down to donate in Boulder, either to second hand stores or to Resource 2000.  But don’t forget we will have the town bake/rummage/craft sale in September, too.

 Any propane bottles must be vented and this means the entire top mechanism must be removed.  Just opening it does not suffice. We made this mistake once and it cost us!

 Isn’t it amazing how stuff piles up!  This is your chance to clear it out once again!

 

 

 

 

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Moors & McCumber concert at the Gold Hill Store & Pub

Please join us for an intimate all acoustic Moors & McCumber concert at the Gold Hill Store & Pub this Friday, June 23rd. We will be playing songs and tunes from our newest CD that we recorded in Ireland. We will also play some of our HITS! Concert starts at 7ish. $15 per person. Please email kortmccumber@gmail.com to reserve your seat, or call (303) 443-7724. Seating is very limited. Our only Gold Hill concert this summer! Full bar and food will be available for purchase.
**Please note, this is not at the Gold Hill Inn. This is at the Gold Hill Store & Pub
For more info, audio and video, check out:
www.moorsandmccumber.com
Moors and McCumber

 

 

Thank you!

Amy Fortunato (Boss Lady)
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Free CPR Class

 

JUN 24

Resilient CPR/AED – Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County (Nederland)

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You may know that learning CPR gives you an invaluable tool that can help save lives. But did you also know that a CPR/AED class teaches you skills that are a model for how to prepare for and respond during emergencies and disasters?

Join the Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County for a FREE Resilient CPR/AED class (including American Heart Association certification for those successfully complete the course).

You’ll be taught up-to-date potentially life-saving CPR skills recommended by experts. You’ll also learn and practice taking appropriate action in the face of an emergency and leading untrained bystanders to take appropriate actions.

The Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County designed this unique class to provide you with the American Heart Association CPR/AED curriculum plus an added awareness of how to build your own resilience.

Best of all, the class is FREE because of donated services from the skilled volunteers of the Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County, a grant from the Boulder County Commissioners, and the technical support and encouragement of Boulder County Public Health.

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Sat, June 24, 2017

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2017 Spring Clean Up

2017 Spring Clean Up

 Saturday, June 24

10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Bluebird Lodge parking lot.

DIVERSION and RECYCLING are the focus again this year. Boulder County will support our diversion/recycling efforts, but they are no longer providing any money for trash disposal. We will only be getting two dumpsters for trash and, since we will have to pay for them ($365 each), we will need to charge (rate sheet at the end).

Four Dumpsters will arrive between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. – 2 for junk/trash (we will need to collect a fee for trash), one for metal, one for wood – general wood/lumber as in the past. Please don’t come with stuff earlier than 10:00.

 

***And, as always, we need volunteers to help!***

To volunteer, please contact me, Gretchen Diefenderfer, at gretchend@mac.com (303-442-3847).

 

DIVERSION (see http://www.ecocycle.org/charm).

Mixed rigid plastics (playground stuff, coolers, etc.) and Styrofoam

Tires – no rims.

Refrigerators and freezers!

Electronics, small appliances

Mattresses

Household hazardous waste (HHW)

Oil

            Antifreeze

            Car batteries

 

        METAL Container

No liquidsNo fridgesNo tires on rims (just rims are ok!)No batteriesNo paint cans with paint still in them. We will take fridges and tires this year, but they have to go in the diversion trucks [there will be one for tires and appliances, one for HHW, one for mattresses, and four Gaylords (4’x4’ containers) for electronics].

Wire fencing and barbed wire are ok

 

WOOD Container

No chemically treated wood including stain or paint – No nails in the wood (although a few seem to be ok, just not an excessive amount) – No particleboard. Slash is ok – no longer than 18” (be judicious with this – there is only one dumpster and it can’t take a forest of slash)

TRASH Containers – junk

        No recyclables! We need to pay for this and will need to charge for trash.

            $10-12 per car, van, or SUV (less for just a few things)

            $15-18 per pick-up truck or trailer full

            $25 per vehicle with trailer

Please remember that it would be much more expensive to take a truckload to the dump (a carload taken to Western Disposal is charged $37-$45).

Repurposing – We encourage people to bring stuff that others might want. Be prepared to pick these items up if no one wants them, or for them to go into the dumpsters. We will take some stuff down to donate in Boulder, either to second hand stores or to Resource 2000. But don’t forget we will have the town bake/rummage/craft sale in September, too.

 Any propane bottles must be vented and this means the entire top mechanism must be removed. Just opening it does not suffice. We made this mistake once and it cost us!

 

 Isn’t it amazing how stuff piles up! This is your chance to clear it out once again!

 

 

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Cody Sisters at the Gold Hill Store

The Cody Sisters, whose concert was canceled last month with 3 feet of snow, will be at the Gold Hill Store & Pub this Saturday, June 17th.  Doors 6:30, music 7-9.  $5 for a fun evening of folk, bluegrass, and original tunes.  Then there will be a special Sunday Afternoon show with Mike & Bonnie Coats, 1-3pm, free, at the Pub.

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4th of July

Gold Hill Fire Department”s Annual 4th of July Pancake Breakfast

Pancakes served from 8:30 am to 11:00 am
Parade at High Noon
Parade floats need to be lined up by 11:45
Free toys for the early birds 
Plain or blueberry pancakes, Bacon or turkey sausage
Coffee, tea and juice. 
Gluten Friendly 
$5.00 children
$7.00 adults
Please Park Responsibly 
Join the breakfast crew and volunteer to help! 
 
Contact Leslie Finn 303-444-5549, finn.leslie@gmail.com
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Gold Hill Town Meeting Agenda for 6-12-17

Gold Hill Town Meeting Agenda (with several attachments at the end)

Second Monday of even months, Community Center  

Agenda June12 2017

Pre-Meeting Social 7:00 – 7:30 pm

Nick Kell with Medical Reserve Corps will be here for the social and will have a short presentation on resources to start this month’s meeting.

Call to Order

Medical Reserve Corps Presentation

Approval of previous Minutes

Treasurer’s Report

Committee Reports

  1. Gold Hill School – Chrissy
  2. Community Planning – Dan
  3. Community Spaces
  4. Historic Zoning
  5. Forest Mgmt/CWPP – Virginia
  6. Fire Department 
  7. Weed Mgmt
  8. Historic Gold Hill (museum)
  9. Mining
  10. Safelink (Pam)
  11. Airlink (Dina)
  12. IMA (Inter Mountain Alliance report and NAS/MML (Nederland Area Seniors/Mountain Midlife group).

Old Business

  1. Book exchange mailbox
  2.  Town Clean Up, Saturday, June 24, 9-3, Volunteers needed!  Contact Gretchen 303-442-384

 New Business/Announcements

  1. Adoption of Rancho Fazoo
  2. Gold Rush Sale scheduled for Sept 17th
  3. Emergency Sirens

Additions from Tony

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Violin recital at the Gold Hill Store – Haiden Inskeep Davis

Haiden Inskeep Davis

This Sunday afternoon, June 4th, there will be a violin recital presented by Haiden Inskeep Davis (Kate and Derek’s son) at the Gold Hill Store & Pub. Haiden went to the Gold Hill School, grew up here, and will be attending music school at CU this year. An accomplished young musician, he will be performing at the Pub on Sunday from 1 to 3 pm.

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GOLD HILL TOWN MEETING NEWSLETTER

GOLD HILL TOWN MEETING NEWSLETTER

Minutes of the April 10, 2017 Town Meeting

 Next Town Meeting is Monday, June 12, 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center

 The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chair Bear Carlson, in Tony Vrba’s absence. Ten people attended: Kristi Venditti from EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance Association), Chrissy Maedke, Member at Large Dan Maedke, Joan and Arthur Few, Treasurer Martha Knapp, Vice Chair Bear Carlson, RickSinner, Secretary Gretchen Diefenderfer, and new resident Randall McCaleb.

The agenda was changed to allow Kristi Vanditti from EFAA to make her presentation first. She reported that she lives in Nederland and is the ½ time Mountain Coordinator for EFAA and works ½ time as the early childhood liaison. She meets up with people and makes home visits. EFAA provides basic needs support – bus tickets, food bank, rent, deposit and utility assistance, help with other basic necessities. She has met with Dina Elder, Jojo Morrison, and Joan Few on Aging in Community issues. She’s working under a one-year pilot program for mountain residents and part of the grant is to do outreach. She would be happy to set up a regular time to come to Gold Hill to meet people and provide information and help.  She can be reached at 720-336-2326 and EFAA is at 303-442-3042.

Minutes were approved as published.

Treasurer’s Report – Martha reported that, at the previous Town Meeting in FEBRUARY our cash assets were $14,704.88. Current total cash assets are $13,971.94.

Revenue since the February meeting includes cemetery and permaculture workshop donations and the pass-through grant from United Way. Expenses include various report filing fees, property tax, bank service fee, community relief fund distribution and the Airlink UW grant pass-through.

Earmarked fund totals are as follows:
General Fund $1325.16; Cemetery $5,207.78; Community Relief $3,326.95; Forest Management $94.12; Safe Link (funds for SafeSite, AirLink, NeighborLink projects) $3,785.25; Community Planning $232.68.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Community Planning – Dan reports that he is working on plans for the book library box and beginning preparations for the Gold Rush (our annual bake/rummage/crafts sale and fundraiser). He will be ordering more Gold Hill t-shirts soon.

Historic Zoning- Bear reports there is nothing new. Concerning the old Weaver house, Marcus and Elisabeth have demolished the old shed and are working on plans to rebuild it and remodel the house. Max has worked on the septic system.

Forest Management/CWPP – Virginia Schultz emailed that the application forms for the chipping grant have been sent. It looks like Boulder County will pay 50% of the cost and the residents would be responsible for the other 50%. She suggested the GHTM consider supporting the resident costs. She had questions: Is there interest or need for chipping? How much money available from GHTM to support?

Martha moved that, if interested people apply for chipping grants, the Gold Hill Town Meeting will consider helping with the 50% cost that residents are responsible for. Rick seconded and the motion passed.

We need to know how many people are interested in chipping. Please contact Virginia at arneyschultz@hotmail.com and let her know as soon as possible.

Fire Department – Gretchen reported that the Board is working to get a pension plan up and running for members of the department, as well as long range plans for a cistern on the south end of town, and completing the dry hydrants down in Lefthand.

Weed Management – no report

Gold Hill Museum – The Museum will open Memorial Day weekend. The 2018 Calendar is well underway and the goal is to have it out by the 4th of July. Martha suggested we consider Antionette Bigelow, who was the Dean of Women, had a cabin in Gold Hill and is buried in the GH Cemetery- possibly for next year’s calendar.

Mining – Gretchen reports no new activity. Addendum: We have since heard that there are new investors, that they are looking to put in a road down to Lefthand to access water rights as well as opening up access down Horsfal to a mine down there.

Gold Hill School – Chrissy requested that the school report be moved up in the agenda as it gets late for her – of course that will happen. She reports that the school is always great. They are missing Mishie, but Chelsea is doing a great job. She expects to be out the beginning of next year due to the birth of their baby, and Breida Geesaman has agreed to cover her maternity leave. They put on another play that they wrote – Scooby Do in Gold Hill. Dan and Jojo have taken over the greenhouse project and will have plants soon. They have parent volunteers and it will be set up to be maintenance free – will have rain barrels. Archery classes are beginning. Stop by the school to see the Butterfly Pavillion! Bee season is coming up – although the winds are hard on them. The Annual Camping trip will be to the Sand Dunes in mid May.

Community Spaces, Resiliency and Sustainability, etc. – Dina sent a long report.

            Meals on Wheels hosted 2 small groups from GH for free lunches at their café, which were pretty good. They would really like to share this program with Gold Hill. At this point, there does not seem to be much interest, but the service is there if more people would like it. Anyone can walk into the café at the senior center for a nice $6.00 meal (there is a sliding scale from $1.00 to $6.00 depending on need), and meals can be delivered to Gold Hill for anyone who meets the criteria, which are pretty accommodating.

            The Climb – Bob D’Alessandro from Via can come to GH on Tuesday, April 25 for a meeting to hear residents needs and desired.

            Medical Reserve Corp – This is something several people expressed an interest in hearing about at one of the “Aging in Community” meetings. It is basically for anyone, not just medically trained people, who are interested in participating in caring for people in the community during/after a disaster. This would kick in after the first responders have attended to someone and allows the person to remain in the community, if possible, rather than being transferred to a facility elsewhere. Dina wondered if the GHTM should invite these people up for a presentation at a town meeting.

            Community Spaces – has been having meetings – interested in working with Boulder County to help clean up the Schmidt property and consider uses/plans for it.

AirLink Grant to connect Jamestown – This is going well, but slowly. The big news is they have been granted approval by the CCARC (the ruling body that assigns radio frequencies in Colorado) to continue with this effort as we have proposed. We will have to prove within a year that we do not interfere with any other repeaters in our area. Bear added that there is an exciting development – they are setting up a repeater to connect Jamestown to the network. He will send out an email report.

New Business/Announcements – Gretchen reported that she will be out of town for the June 12th meeting. Bear will take notes

Respectfully submitted, Gretchen Diefenderfer, Secretary

P.S. Town Clean will be June 24th. Volunteers are needed! Please email Gretchen or call 303-442-3847 if you can help – even for a couple of hours. This will be like the last few years. The County will support re-use and recycling and the Town will pay for the trash dumpsters, so there will be fees. It’s actually a pretty fun day and we thank the Gold Hill Inn for providing the Bluebird Lodge parking lot for us!

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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19th Annual Mountin’ Mountain on Memorial Day

Monday, May 29, 2017, 9:30 am Sharp! at the Peak-to-Peak

For more than 18 years, our Mountain Community has gathered one the Gold Hill Road turn-off on the Peak-to-Peak to enjoy the Mountin’ Mountain hike into Gold Hill on Memorial Day.

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The Gold Hill Store Open Jam

The Gold Hill Store and Public House Presents

Open Jam with Larry Worster and the Gold Hill Store House Band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Got some of your favorite songs to share? Bring your instrument, and we’ll have a good old-fashioned coffee-house-style jam session. As always, the House Band will be composed of great local musicians. 

If you would like to perform, contact Larry at larry.worster@gmail.com to reserve your slot.

Saturday, June 3, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

The Gold Hill Store

Main Street, Gold Hill, CO

(303) 443-7724

goldhillgeneralstore.com

Cheers,
Larry Worster  
larry.worster@gmail.com
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Music at the Gold Hill Store

Catch the amazing bluegrass talent of two teenagers — the Cody Sisters — performing with their dad this Saturday evening at the Gold Hill Store & Pub.  Go to goldhillstore.com for details.

Hugh

huiusmor@gmail.com

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Free Concert this Sunday at the Gold Hill Store

The Gold Hill Store & Pub is presenting a Special Free Concert this Sunday afternoon, May 7th, from 1 to 3 pm.  Mike and Bonnie Coats are frequent evening guests at the Pub, with an amazing repertoire of Folk, Bluegrass, plus old & recent American Music.  This is an opportunity for locals who can’t get here at night to become familiar with this fine musical duo.  Kitchen and bar will be open; no cover charge.

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Miscellaneous Mountain Misfits

Its Misfit Time!

Thursday, April 27, 6:30 at Brandt’s on Sawmill

Reading, writing, alchemy

Jumping through hoops

Doing loopdee dewps

Yet such a mellow group

Missing Chuck Berry

But his spirit is planning to attend

Brandt

bparker258@gmail.com

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Dine for the Gold Hill School at the Kitchen Next Door

Come dine for the Gold Hill School at the Kitchen Next Door.  Great food to support a great school.  
 
Monday May 1st from 5-9pm at the Kitchen Next Door in Boulder
 
How it works:  Tell your server you are dining for Gold Hill and 50% of your bill will be donated to the Gold Hill School- it’s that easy! 
 
Hope to see you there! 
 

Jojo Morrison                                               

Gold Hill Elementary
SPED Para- Registrar- Principal’s Assistant- Everything Gal
School Ph: 720.561.5940
Cell:303.717.3596
 
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Chainsaw Safety and Skills Training

Forest Health Management Educational Opportunity

Chainsaw Safety and Skills Training

 

Saturday, May 6th

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Coal Creek Canyon Fire Station #2,

32895 Highway 72

          

           Sunday, May 7th

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Field work

Day 1 required to participate in Day 2

 

This quality, hands-on training will give you the skills you need to effectively and safely use a chainsaw for forest health and property maintenance.

 

Training will be presented in three parts:

  • Chainsaw Maintenance – cutting safely requires a well running saw.
  • Chainsaw Safety & Personal Protective Equipment – including things to watch out for while cutting.
  • Tree Felling & Cutting Skills – classroom review followed by field exercises.

 

Presented by: Eric Philips, Wildfire Mitigation Specialist, Rocky Mountain Resource Protection

and Eric Folwell, Wildfire Mitigation Specialist, Rocky Mountain Resource Protection NWCG ENGB and Forestry Consultant to Boulder County

 

Participants, please bring:

– your lunch and plenty of water

– your own gear, chain saw, helmet, gloves, ear and eye protection, chaps.  Wear long sleeves, pants, and boots.

 

Space is limited. Sign up & pay online at sawsandslaws.org or contact Jody Dickson at 303-588-6639 or sawsandslaws@gmail.com if you would like to participate in this training.

 

Cost is $90 per person

Work off the classroom fee with labor in our regular Saws & Slaws events! Ask Jody for more details.

 

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