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Learn more about Goal High School at www.goalac.org.

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The RollUp Food Truck was in our neck of the woods today from 12-3. Some of their selections include chicken bacon ranch, spicy korean beef, cuban grilled cheese, cuban sandwich, pork belly, also amazing dessert rolls, jalapeno popper, mac and cheese, carnitas tacos and jalapeno tempura dogs.

I tried the roast beef and Swiss melt. It was delicious. Thanks for stopping by.

You can find out more about the Roll UP Food Truck on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RollUpFoodTruck, including where they'll be next. You can catch them right now at Goat Patch brewery in Colorado Springs.

 

 

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Press Release

For the third consecutive year, the Colorado Springs Airport passed the FAA’s annual Airport Certification Inspection with flying colors and zero deficiencies. This inspection is required before passenger airlines can serve COS by and covers a strenuous range of operational and safety standards. Even with these demanding standards, however, the COS staff continues to step up to the challenge to enhance the operations, maintenance, and safety of our airfield.


“This accomplishment is directly attributed to the dedication of our employees,” says Brett Miller, Assistant Director of Aviation - Operations & Maintenance. “Our Airport Operations, Field Shop, Airfield Electricians, and each member of our staff have played key roles in contributing to this achievement”.


The FAA inspection is comprised of 108-items that cover specific aspects of employee training, the conditions and maintenance of paved and unpaved surfaces, lighting and signage, emergency response, fueling operations and various other operational procedures. In conclusion of this year’s FAA inspection, the Colorado Springs Airport received an error free rating. “I’m proud to be able to work with such dedicated people and pleased to be able to say that COS is in great shape as a safe and secure facility for Colorado Springs and the southern Colorado communities,” says Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation for the Colorado Springs Airport.

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Press Release

The City of Colorado Springs is seeking volunteers to serve on the following boards and commissions:
·         Fire Board of Appeals – Small Business Representative
·         Public Safety Sales Tax Oversight Committee (PSSTOC)
•  At-large positions
·         Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments – Community Advisory Committee
·         City Planning Commission
·         Initiative Review Committee
·         Special Improvement Maintenance Districts
·          Briargate
·          Colorado Avenue Gateway
·          Norwood
·          Old Colorado City
·          Platte Avenue
·          Stetson Hills
·          Woodstone


(Please contact Eric Becker for information/maps on the Special Improvement Maintenance Districts. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. By ordinance “all members of the Committee who are appointed by City Council shall own real property within the District.”)
 
For more information on the purpose of these boards and commissions, visit www.coloradosprings.gov, click on City Hall – Boards and Committees.
Please submit your application by Wednesday, March 14, 2018. The application web form can be found and submitted here.
Applications and resumes can also be emailed to Jacquelyn Puett at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mailed to City Council, Attention: Jacquelyn Puett, P.O. Box 1575, Colorado Springs, CO 80901.

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by Ed Duffy

Joel Seibel and his family are very into youth sports. Joel has been coaching various leagues and sports for over 8 years. His wife Rachel has helped him get their four youngsters, Lahela, Shea, Jaxson and Caleb to and from games and practices at different hours on different days to different fields all over town. They figured they couldn’t be the only parents who wished they could take some of the hassle out of keeping the kids active and competitive. So, they created 4Kids Youth Sports.



4Kids Youth Sports is in its second year (third season). They offer flag football and soccer in Spring and Fall. The leagues are open to pre-k through sixth grade. All of the games and practices for both sports are held at the same place on the same day. Yes, you can get all of the kids to all of their games and practices without leaving the park.

Practices and games are each one hour long and take place at Fountain Creek Regional Park, off Highway 85 in Fountain, Colorado. All teams are co-ed and are separated according  to age group. The seasons are 8 weeks long (so 8 practices and games). Last year 4Kids had around 70 participants and this year looks to be well ahead of that.

Cost is $75 per child per season. There are discounts available for military, multiple child enrollment and for volunteering to coach or ref. You can register through March 12 for the Spring season at www.4KidsYouthSports.com. Don’t forget to like their Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/4kidsyouthsports. They’ll be having a contest where 2 lucky winners will receive a free season, compliments of Les Schwab Tires in Fountain, Colorado.

Joel and Lahela enjoying a "cold one" at MoGlo Espresso (Security-Widefield)


Joel and Rachel, along with the 4 kids, would like to take their model to other parts of the region, including Denver. In fact, the oldest, Lahela (13), wants to run her own franchise one day. She must have picked up some competitive spirit and leadership qualities somewhere.  But, first things first. If you’d like to get your kids involved in some great, healthy, outdoor fun at an affordable price without a lot of running around, head on over to the website. For more information you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 720-609-4189.