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Athmar Park Update – May 5th, 2014

Categories: APNA,News

Welcome to the Athmar Park Weekly Update

Providing news from Athmar Park, and the surrounding community!

If you are not already on the Facebook Page, here is the link:

******Save the Date: May 10th! We will be distributing the May addition of the newsletter!******
We are looking for volunteers to help distribute the newsletter. We will be giving people their routes from
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM at the Harwick Household (email for the address).
It should not take more than an couple of hours. It will be fun, and is a great way to meet some new neighbors.

Please contact me at: if you are interested in helping out.

If you are currently a block captain and would either like to continue being one, or are no longer
interested in helping out in that way please let me know.

Last weekend the neighbors got together and did a small cleanup on Mississippi. Here are some photos of people in action:


Also last weekend the sod was removed at Goldrick Elementary to make room for their community garden. Here are a few photos:


If you are intested in finding out more about this garden, or the garden in Ruby Hill please contact the below people:
Suzy DeStefano (Goldrick):
Brandy Moe or Sharona Thompson (Ruby Hill):

If you did not already know, Westerra Bank is offering us a great deal whenever someone opens a new account and 
mentions “Athmar Park”

Important Links:


Athmar Park Calendar:

Athmar Library Calendar:

Athmar Recreation Center Calendar:


Denver Animal Shelter: or 720.913.1311

Ian Harwick, President of Athmar Park Neighborhood Association

Author: iharwick

Over the past decade Ian has worked hard to build strong communities in Denver, going back to his days as an intern at Denver Urban Gardens to working with people with disabilities to find quality employment to digging in with his neighbors to build a safer, better connected neighborhood.