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Sunday, eight Sun Valley kids and staff rode the new West line light rail to the Rockies game! Thank you to our ticket donor – a great time was had by all cheering the Rockies as they shut out the San Francisco Giants! To everyone’s delight, the girls cheered & danced their way right onto the jumbotron!Read More
Fresh Start Sun Valley kids team leaders present our newest lemonade – Cucumber Mint Lemonade – at the 2013 Lemonade Days Tasting Contest held this past Saturday at Young American’s Bank. It won 2nd Prize for Best Tasting!
Once again, Sun Valley kids concocted a lemonade with all natural ingredients including no white sugar or high fructose. Some of the comments from judges and other tasters were: “really good – refreshing” “the best I’ve tasted all day” “the bomb” “perfectly sweet”! Guests at the Open House to be held this Wednesday, May 22nd, 4 – 7 pm will be invited to sample Cucumber Mint and last year’s 1st place winner – Coconut Lime Sports Lemonade!
Don’t forget to follow Fresh Start on Facebook for updates and to find out where we will be stationed for this years Lemonade Day’s Event.Read More
Please visit Fresh Start at our first Friend-Raiser and tour our new location in the heart of the Sun Valley Community!Read More
The Holidays mean a lot of things to a lot of people. For most, it’s a time centered on the family. For some it’s a time of giving. For everyone, it’s a time of year that should remind you why it’s so important to be a part of a community. Whether that community is religious, familial or friends, it’s a time of year that we reflect.
Through this reflection comes betterment. The holidays are truly a time to marvel at all the good mankind is capable of. With this in mind, Fresh Start Denver would like to urge you to partake in the season wholeheartedly this year. We have a Giving Tree, sponsored by East West Urban Management, set up for the community of Sun Valley located at 1610 Little Raven Street.
Giving a gift is a gesture we are all familiar with this time of year. For the child you decide to get a gift for, it certainly means more than the material involved. It’s a way to include them in the feelings of gratitude and joy we all seek this time of year. While giving gifts is but a small portion of what the holidays are about, by sharing something material, you perpetuate the emotional wealth associated with the holidays. Wealth in joy, wealth in community and wealth in belonging.
You can also sponsor a child by providing a monetary donation of $25, which will provide them with three months of involvement in the Sun Valley Sports Program at the Rude Recreation Center. This includes coaching, practices and games, all of which enrich the child physically and familiarizes them to working with others to accomplish goals.
In addition to the Sun Valley Giving Tree, Fresh Start will also be hosting a second annual Sun Valley Holiday Party on December 12th from 5:30-8:30. It’s our way of honoring the parents and Sun Valley Kids who have been active in the Sports Program in addition to demonstrating a commitment to community and school. We are pleased to say “thank you” to the folks, who in spite of many challenges continue to meet with Fresh Start and visualize their brighter future.
Though the holidays are not about gifts alone, showing a little generosity will go a long way toward helping these families realize their goals.
It’s Holiday Craft time! We know that with all the holidays coming up kids will have days off school and need activities to have fun! Here is what we got, pilgrim hats and Native American headbands.
Here is what you need:
Native American Headdress
Have some fun with these headbands at Thanksgiving Dinner. With your new headbands you will feel like you were at the first Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We are thankful to be able to help as many as we do!Read More