NEWS ARCHIVE 2012

Glenwood Post Independent
October 16, 2012
ACCESS advertising campaign

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Glenwood Post Independent
August 21, 2012
ACCESS advertising campaign

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Rifle Citizen Telegram
July 26, 2012
Fun and learning are a great combo for kids at Boost Camp

Spending each weekday at Rifle Middle School for four weeks this summer had Karen Vigil thinking she would be in class all the time. Far from it for the 10-year-old girl from Rifle. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
July 17, 2012
ACCESS advertising campaign

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Glenwood Post Independent
June 19, 2012
ACCESS advertising campaign

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Glenwood Post Independent
June 18, 2012
Glen Jammaron joins ACCESS Roaring Fork board

ACCESS is pleased to announce that Glen Jammaron has joined the organization’s board of directors. Jammaron is the current vice chairman/president of Alpine Banks of Colorado, having joined the bank in 1985. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
May 15, 2012
ACCESS advertising campaign

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Sopris Sun
April 19, 2012
ACCESS 
Roaring Fork: After-school programs to the rescue

Imagine this. It’s late afternoon in Carbondale and hundreds of middle school students have just been released into the community. As you’re returning from work or going grocery shopping for last minute dinner items, you notice middle schoolers around town. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
April 17, 2012
Staff Humanitarian Winner

Debbie Bath is the executive director of ACCESS Roaring Fork, an after-school
enrichment and activity program from Parachute to Carbondale. ACCESS Roaring Fork offers after-school classes in five middle schools using more than 100 teachers to deliver 3,400 hours of instruction in 200 classes each school year. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Citizen Telegram
April 12, 2012
Re-2 seeking comments on four-day week plan

Linda Osiecki teaches a sewing class to students, such as fifth-grader Kaitlyn DeLage, at Rifle Middle School on Tuesdays after school through the ACCESS Roaring Fork program. With a four-day-week schedule to begin next school year, Garfield School District Re-2 officials are discussing the possibility of having classes such as this take place on Fridays through a proposed extended partnership with organizations such as ACCESS Roaring Fork. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Sopris Sun
April 5, 2012
Deb Bath: Picked from a pool of excellence

If one looks hard enough, it is easy to find many people in this valley who contribute their time and talents from which others benefit. Several folks who do great service are nominated for the annual Humanitarian Service Awards. Among those nominated is Carbondale’s own Deb Bath, executive director of ACCESS Roaring Fork. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

Glenwood Post Independent
February 16, 2011
Funds Give After-School Program a Kick

A popular mix of after-school classes being offered at Carbondale Middle School will receive another $35,000 in funding from the town of Carbondale for 2011, the same amount as last year. (To download a PDF of the full article click here)

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