The Other Side of Community Engagement: What keeps YOU engaged with your community?

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Can you remember when you were interviewing for the job? How special the community seemed, how much you were looking forward to being a part of their challenges and opportunities!?

Let's talk about keeping the love alive.



Can you remember when you were interviewing for the job? How special the community seemed, how much you were looking forward to being a part of their challenges and opportunities!?

Let's talk about keeping the love alive.


Please share stories about the things you do to stay engaged with your community.  Add pictures or videos if you have them. You can also comment on one another's stories.

Thank you for taking the time to share! 

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  • Talk to kids

    about 2 months ago
    Little chair

    For the City of Golden's latest state of the city report, I interviewed kids from the local schools. I had a great time and it reminded me of why I love living and working in Golden. https://www.dropbox.com/s/q32x8lzicxc27am/State%20of%20the%20Students_3.mp4?dl=0

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  • Find out what they love

    about 2 months ago
    Bennett heart

    I am in love with my beautiful small town! We are embracing growth and development in a way that aligns with our history and small town feel. I see our vision materialize in our new parks and trails and our incredible new Town Hall which has a wall with individual tiles that residents created with messages about what makes them happy in Bennett. This is a great reminder of why I come to work everyday.


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  • Go after a fun award!

    3 months ago
    Library day

    ELGL has Leslie Knope Awards and Pueblo West has a fantastic branch of the Pueblo City-County Library District (PCCLD). Seeing how many people enjoy our branch, and the library district as a whole, I went all in to win. And I was right! The entire Pueblo region got on board with the online voting and led PCCLD to win the final championship. This video definitely captures the community's spirit: Pueblo Library

    The Twitter campaign caught the attention of everyone in the community, State Representatives and Senators, the Governor, Miles the Broncos' mascot, and librarians everywhere. The best part? My daughter... Continue reading

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