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Rockin' the Beach for Silver Key: from left, Patrice Kiesling, Kim Searles and Tina Logan 090917 Photo by Linda Navarro
Vittles for Vests Shield 616: Officer Brandon Felice, left, and Shield 616 founder Jake Skifstad dig into Chef Supansa Banker's gourmet offering and buffalo sliders.
082717 Photo by Linda Navarro
Vittles for Vests Shield 616: Officer Brandon Felice, left, and Shield 616 founder Jake Skifstad dig into Chef Supansa Banker's gourmet offering and buffalo sliders. 082717 Photo by Linda Navarro
Pioneers Museum Gift of History Breakfast: Roger Hadix wore a uniform from the 1882 D&RG Reds (also called the Colorado Springs Reds) and Don Sanborn represented his family's Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb history with a Pikes Peak Auto Highway map tie.
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Pioneers Museum Gift of History Breakfast: Roger Hadix wore a uniform from the 1882 D&RG Reds (also called the Colorado Springs Reds) and Don Sanborn represented his family's Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb history with a Pikes Peak Auto Highway map tie. 082317 Photo by Linda Navarro
Big Brothers Big Sisters Garden Bruncheon: Hostess Mari Sinton-Martinez, left, with Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director Danielle Summerville as BBBS videos run in the background.
082517 Photo by Linda Navarro
Big Brothers Big Sisters Garden Bruncheon: Hostess Mari Sinton-Martinez, left, with Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director Danielle Summerville as BBBS videos run in the background. 082517 Photo by Linda Navarro
Happy Trails BBQ at Bear Creek Nature Center: Lynn Wilson, left, and Erin Breen visit a pollinator garden outside the center.
 082517 Photo by Linda Navarro
Happy Trails BBQ at Bear Creek Nature Center: Lynn Wilson, left, and Erin Breen visit a pollinator garden outside the center. 082517 Photo by Linda Navarro
Buck Walsky's massive Beach Front installation in the Fine Arts Center's courtyard has moving bicycle wheels, structural steel and, by night, a blue "electric jellyfish" underwater sky above. 082617 Photo by Linda Navarro