Happy Tuesday, Colorado Springs! Let’s keep you all busy to start the day on an informed note.
First, today’s weather:
Mostly sunny. High: 43 Low: 20.
Here are the top three floors of today in Colorado Springs:
- The Colorado Springs-based nonprofit that awarded more than $2 million in scholarships last year will begin accepting applications on New Year’s Day. The Sachs Foundation, founded by Pikes Peak resident Henry Sachs, has helped more than 3,000 Black Coloradans afford college, providing up to $90,000 in scholarship funding. The application period will run from January 1 to March 15, and the nonprofit awards 40 to 50 scholarships each year. (Colorado Springs Gazette)
- Here are 10 options for celebrating New Year’s Eve in Colorado Springs, including concerts, dancing, and comedy. Hear as the Colorado Springs Philharmonic plays classic tunes from Gershwin, Broadway songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber, and more. Or laugh at the Loonees Comedy Corner, where Sam Demaris is the “funny guy in Houston” the standout comedian. (Colorado Springs Gazette)
- Police in Colorado Springs hope the public can help them identify a potential witness to a burglary. On Monday, police released two photos of a potential suspect involved in a crime that took place on September 12 at approximately 5:15 a.m. at 7-Eleven at 3740 Randall Drive. Anyone with information about a person’s identity is asked to call 719-444-7000. (KKTV News 11)
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Today in Colorado Springs:
- story time, in the Pikes Peak Library District – Rockrimmon Library (9:00 AM)
From my notebook:
- K9 Rocco of the Colorado Springs Police Department He received a bulletproof vest and stabs thanks to a charitable donation from a non-profit organization Acquired interest in K9s, Inc. (Facebook social networking site)
- New year, new (healthy) to you! go out and have fun Colorado State Parks On New Year’s Day. While guided tours are free, entrance fees to the parks will be required ($9-10 per vehicle). (Facebook social networking site)
- Novel program that Pikes Peak Library District I started in stages four years ago to achieve a goal open her shelves For more intellectuals. (Facebook social networking site)
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