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Longmont Fire Station 1 is hosting an Open House on Saturday, July 28 from 1-3 p.m. at 1070 Terry St., Longmont.
The open house includes a tour of the fire station and an opportunity to look at the equipment.
The topic of discussion this month is school safety. Items that will be covered include when to stop, looking both ways and how to cross at a light.
Technicians will be on site to check child car seat installations.
The open house "will also include a number of antique vehicles, as the cruising event is also on Main Street that day," states Longmont Department of Public Safety Marketing Analyst/ Assistant to the Public Safety Chief, Robin Ericson.
Longmont FOP Lodge 6 Annual Golf Tournament Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for the Longmont Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 6 Benefit Golf Tournament.
The golf tournament will be held on Saturday, August 18. Registration begins at 6:45 a.m and the "shotgun start" begins at 8 a.m. at the Twin Peaks Golf Course. The event includes 18 holes of golf, riding cart, range balls, closest to the pin, long-drive competition, lunch, raffle prizes, and an awards presentation for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
The cost to enter is $100 per player and the format is "Four Person Scramble," states the Longmont FOP website.
The benefit is in support of Special Olympics Colorado.
To learn more or to register for the event click here.
6th Annual Ann Henson Noxious Weed Volunteer Event
The 6th Annual Ann Henson Noxious Weed volunteer event will take place on Monday, July 30 from 8:00 a.m. until noon at Button Rock Preserve, County Road 80 Lyons, Colorado 80540. Space is limited to 15 volunteers.
Education will be provided by the City of Longmont staff. Volunteers will "work to eradicate noxious weeds and water streamside restoration plantings," states a press release from the City of Longmont.
This event is hosted by the City of Longmont annually to honor Ann Henson.
According to the press release, "Ann was an explorer, a giver, a teacher, and an important figure in our Front Range botanical community. She contributed her knowledge and botanical skills to the Colorado Native Plant Society, the Colorado Natural Areas Program, Boulder County, Adopt-A-Rare Plant Program, Rocky Mtn. National Park, and Denver Botanic Gardens."
To reserve your place contact Danielle Levine, volunteer coordinator with the City of Longmont, by July 23.