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KATHY CEFUS PROMOTED TO COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP DEPUTY DIRECTOR

Cefus and Mijares, Community Partnership Family Resource Center

Kathy Cefus, left, was recently promoted to deputy director at Community Partnership Family Resource Center. She is pictured with Executive Director Jodie Mijares.

Community Partnership Family Resource Center promoted Kathy Cefus to the newly-created position of deputy director, where she will oversee activities that include grants, data and program teams to meet the organization’s goals. With Jodi Mijares, executive director, Cefus will represent CP in partnerships and stakeholder relationships. Cefus previously served as program manager for CP’s Enrichment and Adult Education programs.

DIVIDE REALTY COMPANY, STUDENT VOLUNTEERS PLANT TREES IN WALDO CANYON BURN AREA

Mossy Oak Properties planting

Woodland Park student council members (far left), from left, Danielle Little, Nick Nijkamp and Chris Riley, helped with the landscape cleanup project. The students are pictured with Mossy Oak brokers.

Leigh Ann Wolfe’s Mossy Oak Properties, Colorado Mountain Realty in Divide planted 60 blue spruce, 60 ponderosa pines and pulled weeds encroaching on existing seedling trees at the Flying W Ranch Waldo Canyon burn area. The work, done on Sept. 28, was part of Mossy Oak Properties’ annual National Day of Conservation. Three Woodland Park student council members, Danielle Little, Nick Nijkamp and Chris Riley, helped with the project.

- Written by Pat Hill

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