People and Pollinators; Adopt-A-Flowerbed; CPFAN Annual Meeting

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April 27, People & Pollinators Program to launch CPFAN Annual Board Meeting: CPFAN’s Annual Board meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 27 this year, instead of on our usual first Tuesday of the month due to unforeseeable problems. The meeting will begin with a program presented by Joyce Kennedy, Chief Coordinator for People & Pollinators Action Network (PPAN), a vital new organization in our community dedicated to protecting people and pollinators through sustainable practices. According to their website ( “OUR MISSION: People and Pollinators Action Network (PPAN) is protecting people and pollinators by advocating for healthy and safe pollinator habitats, promoting sustainable

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Adopt-A-Flowerbed for City Park; City Park Tours and Birdwatching March-May

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CPFAN Vice President, Sandrea Robnett will host City Park: Brainstorming II on March 2, 6 pm based on the success of our last Brainstorming Session. Road closures, flowerbeds, pesticide use and handicap access were only some of the topics explored and aired in January. The discussions will be fun and lively with Sandy as your guide! Members are welcome to attend the Board Meeting to follow the program. The Zoom link is below: Topic: CPFAN March 2, 2021 Brainstorming II meeting Time: Mar 2, 2021 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 311 372

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City Park Resolutions for 2021; Richard E. Sopris, the “Father of City Park”

JOIN US ON JAN. 5 TO BRAINSTORM IDEAS FOR SUPPORTING AND ENHANCING CITY PARK IN 2021! Please join us for a Zoom Program on Tuesday, Jan. 5 at 6 pm. to share your ideas about City Park’s future. What would you like to see happen and continue to happen in the park in 2021? Pursuing volunteer opportunities like preparing and planting beds, adopting flower beds for specific attention, exploring the prospect of fewer cars in the parks, collaborating with East High School students on horticultural projects and rotating art installations are some of the ideas we have heard so far.

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