Entries by Paul Gilpatrick

Jeffco LCC – May 4,2021

The Jefferson County Local Coordinating Council (Jeffco LCC) met on Thursday May 6 at 1:30. The information about their regular meeting – date, time, and contact – can be found here. There were 16 people in attendance, including several RTD Directors. The Chair, Joe Lamars, introduced Angel Bond from the Boulder LCC, who presented on […]

Older Americans Month – May

OLDER AMERICANS MONTH Every year in May, Older Americans Month recognizes the contributions of older adults across the nation. While raising families and building careers, older Americans also gave back to their communities in a variety of ways. In their lifetime, times have changed and they continue to volunteer and serve their neighborhoods in their […]

IT Help Needed

DRMAC is seeking some donated IT help. One hour per week with mostly simple requests. Please contact kwilliams@drmac-co.org if you’re feeling generous with your amazing skills!

Eyes on ICE Forum

On Biden’s 100th day in office, CIRC will host a virtual town hall in partnership with Mijente to give Coloradans who have experienced and organized against cruel and inhumane treatment at the hands of ICE an opportunity to put a spotlight on their experiences and present demands for change. As the Biden administration conducts its […]

How to shop without destroying the climate

A couple of years ago, Tim De Chant wanted a deep freezer, so he could more easily manage grocery shopping and meal prep for a growing family. As a science journalist and lecturer at MIT, he was conscious of how much energy freezers suck when they’re running around the clock, and wanted to minimize its […]

How to Prevent Foggy Glasses While Wearing a Face Mask

Masks are a crucial way to decrease the spread of COVID-19, but these mouth-and-nose coverings cause a few nuisances, including fogged-up eyeglasses. When it’s cold, your breath puffing up through the top of the mask clouds the lenses, especially when you go from the chilly outside to the warmer indoors and the mask isn’t tight around […]