Join alums and board members of Leadership Golden for a casual gathering on Thursday night, July 12 at 5 p.m. for free appetizers and a cash bar to learn all about this unique educational experience.
This tuition-free program offers sessions one night per month, Sept through May, introducing Golden citizens to city government, history, public finance, education, parks, public safety services, and much more. Join the group for this casual meet and greet on July 12 to see what it’s all about, then apply for the program to meet the July 31 deadline for the 2018-2019 35th anniversary class. Bring a friend or colleague!
Join your neighbors and the Golden police for a fun, family event that brings citizens and law enforcement together in a partnership to form a stronger and safer community. National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness and generate discussion, education, support and participation in crime prevention efforts.
So lock your doors, turn on your porch lights and come out on August 7, 2018 from 5 to 8 p.m. to enjoy free food, entertainment, interactive displays and the always popular landing of the Flight for Life helicopter!
Graduates of any of the 35 years of Leadership Golden are invited to attend this free annual meeting of the Leadership Golden Alumni Association. The event will be held at the Golden Visitors Center, 1010 Washington Avenue on Tuesday, October 2 at 5:30 p.m.
- Enjoy light snacks and drinks while catching up with your fellow alumni
- Pay your $10 annual dues (or pay your dues online)
- Participate in our annual meeting including: Board and Steering Committee updates and elections
- Buy your 2018 ornament (cash, check or credit cards are accepted)
Your formal RSVP is not required, but is appreciated.
For questions, call 303-277-9520, ext. 310 or send an email to email@example.com.
In 2011, the idea of Coffee with a Cop was born in a small California town. Since then, there have been thousands of these coffee gatherings in all 50 states and even in 14 different countries. Golden Police participated in the past, but it fell off the radar in recent years. Now, Golden Police officers want to bring it back to our city.
“I believe it is going to be a good thing to bring this event back to Golden,” said event organizer Corporal Adam Lanning. “Many of our citizens like to speak and talk to officers and this just gives them another opportunity.”
Join the Golden Police Department for Coffee with a Cop from 7 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3 at Café 13, 1301 Arapahoe St. The owners of Café 13 have graciously agreed to host the event and provide free coffee and pastries to anyone who comes. There is no agenda and no speeches, just open and honest communication in a comfortable environment. We hope to see you there!
Now in its 36th Year, Leadership Golden is accepting applications for the 2019-20 Program. This tuition-free program provides local learning about Golden with 11 sessions that run from Sept. 7 to May 7, 2020. Topics include Golden history, government, public works, finance, growth and development, education, arts and recreation, and the justice system. Great program for newcomers and long-time residents interested in the fabric of Golden. Visit leadershipgolden.org for all the details and complete an application form online. The application deadline is July 31.
To meet with the Leadership Golden Board of Directors, Steering Committee, and Alumni, you are invited to attend the “Meet and Greet” reception from 5:50 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16 at the Old Capitol Grill, 12th & Washington. Complimentary appetizers and a cash bar will be provided.
Celebrate women at the 5th annual Jeffco International Women’s Day on March 3 at Baldoria on the Water, 146 Van Gordon Street in Lakewood. The event is sponsored by SCL Health Lutheran and the City of Golden, with additional corporate sponshorships from Genesee Mountain Foundation, IX Power Clean Water, and corporate contributor, Coach Stacy’s Healthy U. Proceeds will benefit Porchlight Family Justice Center and the Jefferson County Library Foundation.
CU Regent Heidi Ganahl & founder of “Camp Bow Wow” will be the keynote speaker at this event during lunch. The winner of the “Unsung Heroine” Award will be announced as well, and Marjorie Sloan will be presented with the “Shattered Glass” Award. Come early to network and learn “The truth about personal & cyber security today from a genuine, female Denver FBI agent”.
Purchase your tickets online at Eventbrite.com.
For questions, contact Deborah Deal at the IX Power Foundation, 303-277-9520.