Submitted by Peggy on Sat, 11/09/2013 - 6:14pm
Your 2014 Membership in DCRW is now up for renewal! The deadline to be included in the Membership Directory and for inclusion in CFRW’s member roster is January 31st so please jump-start your renewal by bringing your dues to the November 20th meeting or mail it right away to DCRW Treasurer Laurie Rogers at 10785 Vista Road, Parker, CO 80138-3129. There is a Membership Application form in this Newsletter for your convenience! Don’t be left out!
Submitted by Peggy on Sat, 11/09/2013 - 5:56pm
It’s that time again where DCRW would like to help those less fortunate so we collect donations for one of our local food banks as part of our community outreach. Last year we donated to the Parker Task Force so this year we chose the Douglas/Elbert Task Force. We will be collecting cash/checks and/or non-perishable food items at our November meeting and they will be taken to their Castle Rock location. Please be generous with your contributions!
Submitted by Peggy on Sat, 11/09/2013 - 5:50pm
Fr. Theron Walker is the founding pastor of Emmaus Anglican Church, Castle Rock (2010). He was ordained in the Episcopal Church in 1996, and has served parishes in Oklahoma and Colorado. He is a 1996
Submitted by administrator on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 10:19am
Many thanks to our Auction co-Chairs Barbara Piper and Margo Knutson and their committee
for their fabulous work on putting together such a successful
auction . . . AGAIN! These gals worked very hard for weeks in soliciting,
gathering, organizing, and assembling the auction items that
they and so many of you so generously donated! It was a monumental
job and, as usual, they came through with flying colors! While we
do not have a definite final figure yet on what we took in, it is over
Submitted by administrator on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 10:18am
Many thanks to Senator Mark Scheffel (SD4) who was our
guest speaker at our evening event on September 26th!
Mark is our shining beacon in the CO Senate where he
always upholds our conservative values and fights for
integrity and principled legislation. Everyone enjoyed
hearing of his experiences and seeing the wonderful
slides from his trip to Israel last November. Mark also
gave us insights on the recent recall election and what is
being done currently to enable us to find and elect
Submitted by administrator on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 10:14am
KEVIN P. LARSON Kevin and his wife, Cindy, have lived in Highlands
Ranch since 1989. Daughters Erin (class of 2007), Annie (2010), and
Claire (2014) attended Fox Creek Elementary, Cresthill Middle, and
Highlands Ranch High Schools. Kevin is Assistant Vice President and
Actuary with Hannover Life Reassurance Company of America, and
graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of
Science degree in mathematics. He currently enjoys coaching math
teams at two schools, and has coached numerous soccer and softball
Submitted by Margo Knutson on Sat, 10/05/2013 - 10:08am
Well I can't say enough about our September program and silent and live auction. This particular
meeting was more than just a success. Logan Wilson's reenactment of Josh Chamberlain with his
compelling message that what we do really does "make a difference" resonated with all in
attendance. There were more than a few tear-filled eyes in the crowd.
Then we had the privilege of hosting John Anderson again, the auctioneer in Douglas County who
never says no, who did a phenomenal job (with his sidekicks Ed Brewer and Former Speaker Frank
Submitted by Marsha Haeflein on Fri, 08/23/2013 - 11:11pm
our own Dr. Debora Scheffel who gave a fantastic educational presentation to us at our first evening event on August 14th at the Castle Rock Library. I think all of us left with information overload! Deb is the District 6 Director on the CO State Board of Education and we are so fortunate to have such a brilliant and professional person on the SBE (and in DCRW!). Her knowledge of the educational system in Colorado cannot be over-emphasized and I really doubt if there’s anyone more informed, pro-active, and such a hard worker as she is on the Board. Deb brought great handouts of her Power-Point presentation and they will be available at the September meeting. Thanks again, Deb, for a wonderful evening!
Submitted by Margo Knutson on Fri, 08/23/2013 - 8:24pm
Yes I Have An Agenda, But At Least I Admit It!
Do you really know what Agenda 21 is? Are you familiar with the term “sustainable development” or “smart growth?” When you hear the term UN, what is the first thought that comes to mind? I bet it’s not a pleasant thought.
Today I am going to educate you on Agenda 21. It is all about control - control of the world economy and simply, redistribution of wealth -- locally, nationally and globally. You are probably scratching your head now saying wow; she’s a “conspiracy theorist.” Well I assure you, I’m not. You know me better than that, but I certainly encourage you to do your homework and find out for yourself.
Let’s start with the basics so you can see what I’m talking about. The process utilized in Agenda 21 attempts to take resources away from citizens so they can’t use them anymore. Its ultimate goal is to set up a centralized economy to control the growth, size and location of populations. It wants to give complete authority to a world group so that food production, water and transportation can be controlled as well.