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Marshall Sprague Park, 3492 W. Woodmen Rd. (Blodgett and Richfield Drs.). Playground, playfield, handicapped access. 3.5 acres. Woodmen Valley Park, 2525 W. Woodmen Rd. (east of Woodmen-Roberts Elementary School). Baseball, basketball, handicapped access, picnicking, open playfield, playground, lighted tennis courts. 6 acres. Become an Adopt-A-Park Volunteer Beautiful parks require a little dirty work! Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services “Adopt-A-Park” program provides an opportunity for individuals, volunteer groups, neighborhood associations, and businesses to take an active role in the maintenance and improvement of local parks, trails and green spaces. Specific tasks, as part of an adoption, may include picking up litter, removing weeds, cultivating flower and shrub beds, and generally watching over the adopted area. Write to us: Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Office of Community Relations 1401 Recreation Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 Call us: 719-385-6519
Thank you for your ongoing interest in Sharing the Responsibility of reducing the wildfire risk in the City of Colorado Springs. Sharing the Responsibility Find your home’s wildfire risk: http://csfd.springsgov.com
Mount Saint Francis, home of the Saint Joseph Province of The Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration, is located in the Pike’s Peak region of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Its 110 acres are nestled in the foothills of the Rampart Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Saint Francis of Assisi Parish, now a vibrant faith community of over 1,000 families, began as a small mission community in the summer of 1981 with the faithful using the convent chapel of the Sisters of Saint Francis as a place of worship. In March, 1984 a “dream session” was held to consider how the Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration and the Mission of Saint Francis might move to the future together, creating a “new model of parish”. In the fall of 1987, Saint Francis of Assisi officially received “parish” status in the Diocese of Colorado Springs. Today it continues to grow and nurture the faith of its members.
Mission: To educate, train and inspire men and women to become officers of character, motivated to the United States Air Force in service to our nation. Vision: USAFA … the Air Force’s premier institution for developing leaders of character. Overview: The staff and faculty of the U.S. Air Force Academy, in the interest of our future national security, molds our future leaders into outstanding young men and women into Air Force officers with knowledge, character, and discipline; motivated to lead the worlds’ greatest aerospace force in service to the nation. Before its graduates ever enter various flying and support specialties, the Adacemy trains them to be, first and foremost, Air Force officers. Of the more than 35,009 cadets that have graduated in 44 classes, more than 51.2 percent are still on active duty.
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8365 Orchard Path Road