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  • Mountain Shadows Community Association to build contact database

    Wed, August 21, 2013 by Ryan Handy with no comments

    As Colorado Springs Together, the fire recovery non-profit founded after the Waldo Canyon fire, winds down this fall, Mountain Shadows residents are being asked to give their contact information to a different community group.

    The Mountain Shadows Community Association will be taking charge of many of the community efforts that used to fall under the purview of CST. One of those is sending out informational eBlasts to residents, and the association is asking residents to register on their website to receive emails. CST will be sending eBlasts until December, when its website will freeze and the group will officially shut down.

    Sign up for the eBlasts by visiting this site.

  • Plant give-away for Mountain Shadows this Saturday

    Wed, July 31, 2013 by Ryan Handy with no comments

    Colorado Springs Together has helped organize a give-away of native perennials for Mountain Shadows residents

    Southwest Farms, Inc. from Pueblo has donated 6,000 perennial plants and ornamental grasses. Residents can pick them up on Saturday at the Woodmen Valley Chapel at 290 East Woodmen Road. Plant pick up will be from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.