In the current issue of Local Color...
On the cover: Metal sculptor Gene Goff adjusts an “iris” for a buyer during the second annual Art in the Park show on June 24 at Carmichael Park. The show and sale featured several local and regional artists of diverse genres. Local Color(R) photo by Allison Lockwood
Sepia Tones: In between the Bromley and the Koizuma-Hishinuma ownership of the historic farm on Bromley Lane, two more names were associated with the property: The Roberts family worked the fields and lived in the home owned by bus magnate I.B. James.
Big Picture: Four new principals will open the doors of their schools in mid-month. Heath Wilson leads the faculty at Southeast Elementary, moving from an assistant principal/athletic director post at Prairie View High School; Kate Pelton will lead Turnberry Elementary in Commerce City, where she was assistant principal the past two years; David Felton has moved from nine years at Henderson Elementary to open the doors of the new Reunion Elementary; and Fabricio Velez, another former assistant principal at PVHS, is the new principal at Otho Stuart Middle School. ~ Students at 27J several schools will find new features, new rooms, even new schools on their first day of the 2017-18 school year. ~ The school supplies saga.
News: Philip Rodriguez is Brighton’s new city manager, expected to start his job on Sept. 11 (coming from Athens, Texas). Read some of his thoughts on coming to Brighton. Link to the August issue online, see page 14.
Our Neighbors: Educator Tom Delgado followed in his father’s footsteps, even moving into the same job at John Evans Junior High in Greeley, though he ultimately put down roots in District 27J; and continues there into 'retirement'.
In the garden: Berry Patch Farms and Lulu’s Farm and Brighton Shares the Harvest offer programs and discounts to ensure more Adams County residents are eating fresh, healthy local food.
Perspective: Brighton has room to grow and be a major player in economic development – especially in times that some professionals call “retail Armageddon,” Brighton EDC Director Michael Martinez says.
Time Exposure: “Brighton on Broadway” returns with another one-night cabaret-style musical fundraiser at the Armory Performing Arts Center. Tickets will sell fast.
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