Get Involved didn't make it into the paper this week, so here we're posting three ways you can get active in the community:
• A luncheon with local sustainability specialists who will discuss economic, environmental and social benefits for the region. RSVPs recommended.
“Achieving Sustainable Development in Colorado Springs”
Friday, Feb. 15, 11:30 a.m.
Colorado Springs Utilities Conservation and Environmental Center, 2855 Mesa Road, free
Contact: 471-0910 ext. 106, email@example.com, catamountinstitute.org/events
• Register for this kid-focused conference for educators, social workers, counselors and others.
Standing Up to Bullying
RSVP by Feb. 19 for the Feb. 27-28 conference
Sundance Mountain Lodge, 1865 Woodmoor Drive, Monument, $35
Contact: 866/544-4075, standinguptobullyingconference.com
• Attend this gathering hosted by Mayor Steve Bach.
Town Hall 2013
Tuesday, Feb. 19, 6:30 p.m.
Old Colorado City Historic Center, 1 S. 24th St.
Contact: 385-5906, tinyurl.com/a5wobyo
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