Fast Track to Food Freedom

VIRTUAL 4 WEEK TO FAST TRACK TO FOOD FREEDOM!

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3hR9gCN

SEPTEMBER, 16, 23, 30, AND OCT 7
(6:30 PM TO 7:30 PM MTN TIME).
From the comfort of your own home.

Have you been feeling stuck in a cycle of cravings, lately?
Do you find yourself doing laps back and forth to the refrigerator and can’t help yourself?
Is all the food you stocked up on for 4 weeks gone in 3 days?

THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU!

I will give you the accountability, support, and confidence to:
***Fit into those some-day jeans today.
***Learn food habits that Increase focus
***Curb sugar cravings

In The Fast Track to Food Freedom you will get:

  • 28 days of support and accountability around food.
  • Mindfulness techniques to manage cravings.
  • Learn how sleep affects hunger and cravings.
  • Metabolism reset food lists and recipes.
  • Optional supplement packages to support and enhance your progress.
  • Recorded calls to refer back to.
  • A wellness assessment.
  • Access to a private Facebook group for support.
  • Free quick-start guide.

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3hR9gCN

Event Date: 2020-09-16 to 2020-10-07
Starts at: 6:30 pm, Ends at: 7:30 pm
Cost: $197
Pre-registration/RSVP required? Yes

Location: On your own computer
Address: On your own computer

Contact: 303-358-2045

Member Meeting – November 12

RSVP for November Luncheon

*** Please RSVP for this meeting by 5 pm on November 6 ***

Luncheon – Thursday, November 12, 11:15am – 1:00pm
<Tentatively> Rolling Hills Country Club – 15707 West 26th Avenue, Golden

Cost: ABA Member $20.00, includes meal (Non-member is $25)

Speaker: Cliff Moers, director of the Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind

Topic: “The Long Deaf View”

5-Minute Spotlight & Door Prize: Sanjay Tyagi, Schooley Mitchell

 

IMPORTANT – please read:

  • If you are a member, you must be logged into your account by clicking on the yellow “Member Login” button on the right to get a member pricing. If you are a sponsor and are using your meeting voucher, please login to apply your voucher.
  • Guests are welcome! If you are new to ABA, we’ll even buy your lunch for the first time. Guests may visit our meetings up to 2 times before they join the ABA (Must purchase ticket the 2nd time for $25).
  • The deadline to RSVP for meetings is 5pm on Friday before the meeting date. If you RSVP after that time, we can not guarantee your seat.
  • If a member (includes sponsor with vouchers) shows up without RSVP, they will be charged $25 instead of member pricing. We would like to be considerate of our caterer. We appreciate your cooperation. Due to increase in attendance, this does not guarantee your seat.

Speaker – Cliff Moers, director of the Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind

Cliff Moers, director of the Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind holds a Master’s degree from Regis University in Management with an emphasis in organizational development and human resources. He has been involved in numerous community organizations, committees, task forces, councils, and boards, including four years as president of the Colorado Association of the Deaf (CAD). Cliff is the founder of the Rocky Mountain Deaf School, a bilingual Jefferson County Charter School for students in the metro Denver area. His professional background includes student services at the University of Colorado at Boulder and coordination of auxiliary services at Communication Service for the Deaf/Sign Language Associates. He has also served as an employment specialist/consultant for the Center for People with Disabilities in Boulder and ran a family-owned business, Deaf-initely Possible Resources.


5-Minute Spotlight – Sanjay Tyagi, Schooley Mitchell

Sanjay holds Master’s degrees in Engineering and Business Administration. He settled down in Colorado 21 years back with his family. His hobbies include woodworking and flying. He volunteers as a search-and-rescue pilot with Civil Air Patrol.”

Monthly Breakfast Meeting – October 22

RSVP for October Breakfast Meeting

 

PLEASE NOTE: It is our hope to be able to meet in-person for this meeting, but it all depends on the venue availability. Thank you for your patience and please check often for updates OR subscribe to our email newsletter and receive most up-to-date information via email.
*** Please RSVP by 5pm on Friday, October 18 ***

Breakfast – Thursday, October 22, 2020, 7:30am – 9:00am

<Tentatively> Beau’s Kitchen & Tavern – 360 Union Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80228
Cost: $20.00, includes meal

Spotlight Speaker: Terri Wilber, Ascent Training & Consulting


Member Spotlight Speaker – Terri Wilber, Ascent Training & Consulting LLC

Terri Anderson Wilber is an expert in the way *YOU* think.  With decades of neuroscience and behavioral studies experience at the Master Practitioner level, she is a communications authority.  Her company, Ascent Training & Consulting, have an impressive track-record of success stories with small, entrepreneurial companies.  With mindset and belief change as cornerstones, Terri blends tools and resources from multiple disciplines to find the right modality to accomplish the goal.  With Terri and Ascent Training, you will FIND YOUR VOICE, TRUST YOUR VOICE, SHARE YOUR VOICE!

Exciting new ways to reach local homeowners!

Our local neighborhood publications, Applewood Living and Golden Living now have two sister publications going to print this Fall!  Neighbors of Northwest Arvada and Green Mountain Neighbors will start arriving in mailboxes as early as October!  Suggestions for content, Featured Families and new sponsorships for all publications can be accepted for the October issues through the end of August. Our publications have an 89.4% open rate and now our sponsorships can also now reach 90% of the homeowners in our distribution areas digitally through Google’s Display Network and Facebook/Instagram.  Contact Meg Smit for more info: msmit@bestversionmedia.com | 720-295-9588

Member Meeting – October 8

RSVP for October Luncheon

 

We will be meeting in-person at Denver Marriott West. Please read the details below as we made some adjustments to meet the Social Distancing criteria.

*** Please RSVP for this meeting by 5 pm on October 2 ***

Luncheon – Thursday, October 8, 11:15am – 1:00pm
Denver Marriott West – 1717 Denver West Marriott Blvd, Golden, CO 80401

Cost: ABA Member $20.00, includes meal (Non-member is $25)
Speaker: Matthew Durkin, Chief Deputy District Attorney with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office
Topic: “COVID-19 Impact on Public Safety in Jefferson County”

5-Minute Spotlight & Door Prize: Stephanie Walter, Erbe Investment Group

 

IMPORTANT – NEW INFORMATION – please read:

  1. This is a pre-paid only meeting. Please register by 5pm on October 2. We are capping this meeting at 84 people. If you register late and we exceeded the capped number, you may be asked to move your registration to next month.
  2. By registering and paying for this meeting you agree to the following:
    – I will wear mask and will adhere to the social distancing recommendations from CDPHE to respect others.
    – I agree to not attend this meeting, even though I registered and paid in advance, if I am not feeling well, show any sign of illness, or know that I may have recently exposed.
  3. If you are a member, you must be logged into your account by clicking on the yellow “Member Login” button on the right to get a member pricing. If you are a sponsor and are using your meeting voucher, please login to apply your voucher.
  4. Guests are welcome! If you are new to ABA, we’ll even buy your lunch for the first time. Guests may visit our meetings up to 2 times before they join the ABA (Must purchase ticket the 2nd time for $25). All guests must be pre-registered and no walk-ins are allowed.
  5. The deadline to RSVP for meetings is 5pm on Friday before the meeting date. If you RSVP after that time, we can not guarantee your seat.
  6. If a member (includes sponsor with vouchers) shows up without RSVP, they will be turned away due to COVID-19 precautions.

IF YOU PREFER TO ATTEND VIRTUALLY, PLEASE REGISTER HERE FOR ZOOM ACCESS >>


Speaker – Matthew Durkin, Chief Deputy District Attorney with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office

Matthew has served in the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office for most of his career where he currently serves as a Chief District Attorney. Matthew began in the office as an intern in 1996 and has served as a Deputy District Attorney in County Court, Juvenile Court and District Court. Matthew was assigned to major cases, crimes against children, and he prosecuted drug trafficking organizations with the West Metro Drug Task Force.

Between 2011 – 2015, Matthew was a prosecutor in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office where he prosecuted homicides all over Colorado, including Las Animas, Huerfano, Costillo, Conejos, Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties. Matthew also led the Criminal Justice Section as a Deputy Attorney General where he was responsible for management, budget, and represented the Attorney General in legislative and policy issues.

Monthly Breakfast Meeting – September 24

 

*** This meeting will be conducted virtually. Please Register NOW from the link below to receive your access info. ***

Breakfast – Thursday, September 24, 2020, 7:30am – 9:00am
Conducted virtually via zoom

REGISTER NOW >>

Spotlight Speaker: Pat Garcia, Design Explorer LLC


Spotlight Speaker – Pat Garcia, Design Explorer LLC

Patricia (Pat) Garcia is a seasoned Graphic and Web Designer whom specializes in Brand Identity Development and Brand Strategy. She has assisted new and existing businesses in creating authentic and compelling brand expressions. Through in depth market research and identity-based design, Pat creates a consistent and professional experience for their customers, resulting in improved perception and
profits.

Pat’s educational and professional path has been a circuitous one. From her First college experience as a ‘Music Theory and Composition’ major (‘Art’ minor), to an Associates degree in Engineering Design Graphics, to a career in High-Tech; performing jobs from Patent Illustrator to Engineering Design Automation Software Applications Engineer. Although her life took an unexpected course, she was never far from her creative roots.

While injecting creativity into her technical jobs was somewhat satisfying, she
eventually I left that career behind and completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Design Management, at The Art Institute of Colorado. Since then, Pat has been on the
design track and loving it!

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JCBL Legislative Update

Bipartisan agreement on problems, but not necessarily on solutions

By Jeff Weist, Jefferson County Business Lobby

The Applewood Business Association is an active member of the Jefferson County Business Lobby, the unified voice of 3,000 Jefferson County businesses advocating for public policies that strengthen our economy. We wanted to give you a preview of some of the business issues on which the JCBL is engaging at the State Capitol in Denver as the 2017 Colorado General Assembly gets underway.

The dynamics of the Legislature will, for the third year in a row, be dominated by split partisan control.  Democrats retained control the State House of Representatives while the Republicans hang onto their slim one seat majority in the State Senate. Split control means both parties have to work together to accomplish anything of significance.

Remarkable agreement exists between the Democrats and Republicans on the major problems facing the state – such as inadequate transportation funding and escalating housing costs – but finding agreement on the solutions to such problems have been elusive.

The JCBL’s priorities for the coming year include:

New Transportation Funding: Colorado is one of the few states in the nation not dedicating state General Fund dollars to transportation infrastructure. The Colorado Legislature must find new sources of transportation funding for the short, medium and long-terms.

Attracting and Retaining Skilled Employees: The shortage of skilled employees in Jefferson County and around the State is actually becoming a drag on economic growth. Colorado needs better training for skilled employees. And we need to fix the broken litigation system that is preventing the construction of new, affordable, housing.

Fostering a Strong, Competitive Business Climate: While Jefferson County’s economy is strong today, the Legislature must provide effective economic development incentives, lower regulatory burdens and reduce lawsuits if we are to withstand future downturns.

 

We will keep you updated on the Legislature’s progress on these important business issues through out the 2017 legislative session.

 

Jeff Weist can be contacted at jeff@weistcapitol.com

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Cascade Solar & Electric
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EcoGraphics, Inc.
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Equilane Lending, LLC
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Evergreen Security & Patrol Inc.
Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.
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Golden Wealth Solutions, Inc.
Guardian Mortgage
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Heartland Payment Solutions
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LF Insurance Group
Larkin And Associates LLC
MAC5 Mortgage
Mahnke Auto Body
Maximum Automotive
Morrison Holdings, LLC
Prestige Imports Porsche/Audi
Propp Realty Management, LLC
Resident Realty
Rolf’s Travel Adventure
Sunflower Bank
TAS Business Consulting
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