NEWS ARCHIVE 2013

KDNK: The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program
November 13, 2013
Life, Goals, Interests and Hobbies

This broadcast is the finale of the SecondShift after-school program that took place at Carbondale Middle School in October and November. Students share personal stories, future goals and current hobbies and their classmates respond with questions and comments. To listen to an MP3 file of the program click here.

Glenwood Post Independent
October 30, 2013
Learning Sew Much

Linda Osiecki, right, teaches a sewing class for middle school students at Rifle Middle School as part of the Second Shift after-school enrichment program, sponsored in-part by Access Roaring Fork. To view the entire page click here.

Rifle Citizen Telegram
September 12, 2013
Through the eyes of children comes a mural

Rifle Middle School students from the SecondShift after-school program designed and created a colorful mural depiction that was installed at Rifle Library.  To read rest of the article click here.

Sopris Sun
September 12, 2013
Summer Close Outs

There were two annual fund-raisers last weekend in Carbondale and they had a lot in common. Cowboy Up and Aspen Valley Land Trust’s land Dance celebrated the twon’s Western heritage. To view the full article and photos click here.

Glenwood Post Independent
September 9, 2013
Time to “Cowboy Up” for a cause in Carbondale 

Annual fundraiser features barbecue, live music and live and silent auctions to benefit ACCESS Roaring Fork. (To download a PDF of the entire article click here).

KMTS Radio
August 29, 2013
Cowboy Up Fundraiser interview in the “Connections” program

Irma Sanic, Erin Bassett, Deb Rice were interviewed by Gabe Chenoweth. Click here to listed to the interview.

Radio Spot
August 28, 2013
“Cowboy Up Fundraiser”

ACCESS Roaring Fork’s radio commercial announcing the Cowboy Up event in Carbondale. The spot was recorded by Glen Jammaron, a member of ACCESS’ board of directors and ran on KMTS radio. To listen to the audio click here.

Glenwood Post Independent
August 8, 2013
BOOST Summer Camp Learns How to Make Survival Bracelets

A group of almost 100 elementary-aged students learned how to make “survival bracelets” as one of their many lessons during BoostCamp in Rifle. (To download a PDF of the entire article click here).

Rifle Citizen Telegram
August 1, 2013
Boost Camp fun learning

Around 100 youngsters will wrap up a fun and educational summer on Friday, Aug. 2, when the Access Roaring Fork’s summer Boost Camp at Rifle Middle School ends. (To download a PDF of the entire article click here)

Rifle Citizen Telegram
May 16, 2013
RMS students create mural of Rifle area

Sometime this summer, Rifle residents and visitors will be able to view a colorful portrayal of the city and its environment, as seen through the eyes of some talented Rifle Middle School students. (To download a PDF of the entire article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
May 9, 2013
Students at Riverside Middle School graduate from “Jr. Police Academy”

A group of 18 students from Riverside Middle School in New Castle participated in the Jr. Police Academy class offered by ACCESS Roaring Fork as part of the SecondShift after school program.  (To download a PDF of the entire article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
April 22, 2013
Richard Stettner Joins ACCESS’s Board

Richard Stettner has joined the ACCESS Roaring Fork board of directors. Stettner is the current general manager of the Limelight Hotel in Aspen. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
April 10, 2013
Students learn fire safety and rescue

Garfield County middle-schoolers are receiving a lesson in fire safety and rescue from the Colorado River Fire Rescue this spring. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

KMTS Radio
January 29, 2013
Access Roaring Fork interview in the “Connections” radio program

Click here to listed to the interview.

Glenwood Post Independent
January 3, 2013
Access Roaring Fork Supports Teachers and Students

ACCESS Roaring Fork provides after-school programs in Garfield County schools and has been living up to its five core concepts — safe, fun, educational, diverse and creative — for more than eight years. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

To view the ACCESS News 2012 archive page click here.

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