21 09, 2016

CHA Book Sale

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12 07, 2015

From everybody at The Rampage, thank you…

From everybody at The Rampage, thank you for your supporting our paper this year.  We couldn't have done it without you, and we hope you can be a part of our publication next year. The Rampage staff is proud that our newspaper continues to improve each year, and funding is a key component for accomplishing our goals as a professional and informative news source for our school and community.  We credit our student-run and produced paper to you and your generous support in the form of donations or advertisements. Through the production of the paper this year, our whole staff has learned valuable life lessons and gained the necessary skills to be a successful media outlet.  Your support helps us not only produce our monthly newspaper, but also take advantage of important educational opportunities such as CSU's J-Day. Again, thank you for all the support -- we could have not done it without you.  We look forward to continuing our partnership during the 2015-2016 school year.

12 07, 2015

Carbondale Clay Center

Lynn Kirchner, Owner/Managing Broker Amoré Realty presents Lauren Kearns, Director of the Carbondale Clay Center with a new sign announcing the opening the Clay Center Gallery for Holiday Shopping. Amoré Realty is foregoing its annual Holiday Party this year and has gifted the money to the Carbondale Clay Center and Computers for Kids. In addition Amoré Realty has donated a new sign for the Carbondale Clay Center.

11 07, 2015

Carbondale Special Olympian

Santa came a little early this year for Carbondale Special Olympian, David Hayes. Thanks to the work of a small group of his friends, Hayes, 52, can now reach out and touch his far-ranging relatives, friends and acquaintances via the Internet and e-mail. Hayes, who with his mother, Lois, has lived in Carbondale since the early 1980’s, is a well-known face around town, whether he’s pushing his lawnmower to one of the many homes where he does lawn work for a small fee, or waiting for a ride to one of the many Special Olympics practices or events that he takes part in. Hayes, 52, whose bid for Special Olympic Gold is being sponsored by Amoré Realty for the second year in a row, stopped by the Amoré Realty office to pick up his sponsorship check. While there, he mentioned to Broker, Lynn Kirchner, that he wanted to be able to communicate with his nephew, stationed with a Marines Special Forces unit in Iraq. His nephew, Ian Cunningham, can only communicate by e-mail, and Hayes, who did not have a computer.

10 07, 2015

Sopris Therapy Services

Amoré Realty Owner Lynn Kirchner, Jay Swan, Lori (the horse), Pat Horowitz and Kathleen Cassin. SOPRIS THERAPY SERVICES (STS), an equine Assisted Therapy Therapeutic Riding non-profit organization is the recipient of Amoré Realty’s Gift Back to the Community Program for the 1st Quarter of 2004. Sopris Therapy has been in the Valley since the mid-nineties specializing in the treatment of children & adults with neurological dysfunction click this over here now. Therapy services are available to persons with a broad range of special needs including but not limited to Multiple Sclerosis, Head Injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Autism and Emotional and Behavioral difficulties. With a big smile, STS Director Pat Horowitz said “This donation will help financially support a special needs client that does not have insurance and the financial resource to come to STS”. Amoré Realty of Carbondale is living up to its name, sharing its love and saying thanks by giving back to the community in a unique way.

9 07, 2015

Working For Others

Amoré Realty of Carbondale is living up to its name, sharing its love and saying thanks by giving back to the community in a unique way. With every real estate transaction at Amoré Realty, the client is asked to select a recipient organization, charitable event or individual to donate a portion of the sale to. “This is something I’ve wanted to do for a really long time. When I went out on my own I was finally able to make it happen,” said owner/broker Lynn Kirchner, who opened Amoré Realty in August of 2002. “It really makes people feel good to give something back, and lets them know that their money not only is working for them, its working for others,” she said. The first official recipient in the gifting program was David Hayes, a Carbondale resident who has been participating in Special Olympics, including skiing, basketball and bowling for most of his 50-plus years. “David is so special to me and all of us at Amoré Realty,” says Kirchner. “We recommend David’s summer yard care services to all of our friends and clients. Always with a smile and a pleasant greeting, David is an outstanding citizen and athlete,” she continued. “He and his companion, ‘Buddie,’ represent to our clients what Carbondale is all about tadalafil canada. We are honored to have David represent our community in the Special Olympics.” The gift will help Hayes cover his training this ski season. David wrote in a thank you card to Kirchner, “I love to ski on our mountains, especially training with my friends at Sunlight every Friday so we can compete at the Winter Games at Copper Mountain.” His mother, Lois Hayes, added, “What a blessing to live in our community that gives David the freedom to live his life to [...]

7 05, 2015

Life is like a box of Chocolates

Our Dear Friend David Hayes is Walking for MS again this year. As many of you know he lost his sister Judy to MS and David walks and raises money each year in honor of her! heart emoticon Please come by Amore Realty and sign up to donate some money for his walk~ Thank you~

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