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Milestones

  • Image Summit March 7-8

    The city of Brighton is taking proposals for workshop presenters at the annual Image Summit March 7 and 8 at the Armory Performing Arts Center, 300 Strong St. 

    The mission of the youth conference for 10- to 19-year-olds is empowering young people in the state to impact government and become active community members. 

    Featured speakers are Jessie Funk and Shane Feldman. There will be breakout sessions, chances to talk with elected officials from across the state.

    The cost is $20. Call 303-655-2119 or visit www.brightonimagesummit.org.

  • Evolution Women’s Conference March 1

    This year’s Evolution Women’s Conference is from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, March 1, at the Bella Sera Events Center, 45 Strong St.

    The keynote speaker is Denise Burgess, president and CEO of Burgess Services, a construction management firm in Denver. She’s been on the board of directors of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce since 2010.

    Other guest speakers are Susan Frew of Sunshine Plumbing, Heating and Air, wellness coach Melissa Healy and Ramina Wilkerson, motivational speaker and life coach.

  • Celebration of love -- 60 times over

     

    Jim and Lois Land of Sanford and formerly of Brighton, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Monday, April 2.
    A small gathering of local family and friends was planned.  

    Both Jim and Lois graduated from Brighton High School in 1955.  They were married in 1958, and farmed in the Brighton area through 1976. At that time, they purchased a ranch between Sanford and La Sauses in the San Luis Valley, where they lived, farmed and raised cattle.  

  • Harshbarger 60th wedding anniversary

     

     

  • Dashawn Marquel Strong

    Victoria Hernandez and Damion Strong, of Brighton, announced the birth of their son, Dashawn Carter Strong. 

    Dashawn was born July 28, at Platte Valley Medical Center, in Brighton, weighing 6 pounds, 14 ounces and measuring 19¼ inches.

    Grandparents are Audelia Rendon, of Hudson, Daniel Hernandez, of Fort Lupton, and Lester Strong, of Park Hill. 

  • Nathalio Carbajal Villalobos

    Gabriela Villalobos and Alejandro Carbajal, of Denver, announce the birth of their son, Nathalio Carbajal Villalobos. He was born June 16, at Platte Valley Medical Center, in Brighton, weighing 6 pounds, 14.5 ounces and measuring 18.5 inches.

    Grandparents are Norma O. Beltran Amaya, Jose Villalobos, Idalia Sanchez Villalobos, and Noel Carbajal Chaparro.

    Nathalio joins sister, Nohelia Carbajal Villalobos, 1.

     

  • Brighton grad gets CSU degree, commission as 2nd Lt.

    FORT COLLINS — Matthew James Randall, son of Michael and Mary Jo Randall, of Brighton, graduated May 15 from Colorado State University and received a rank promotion, in addition. A 2010 graduate of Brighton High School, the fresh graduate was commissioned as a U.S. Army second lieutenant.

  • Carrolls celebrate 65 Years

    Former Brighton residents and business owners Lawrence and Esther Carroll, currently of Fort Lupton, will celebrate 65 years of marriage June 4.

    They have three living children: Cindy Schraeder, of Brighton; Judy Carroll, of Omaha, Neb.; and Audra Phillips, of Toluca Lake, Calif. A son, Larry Carroll, formerly of Brighton, passed away in December 2014.

  • Morrows celebrate 60 years of marriage

    Bill and Arlene Morrow, of Brighton, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary May 20. 

    The Morrows are longtime residents of Brighton, where they have raised three sons who have given them three granddaughters.

  • Geer earns Doctor of Chiropractic degree

    BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Shahlaye Geer, formerly of Brighton, recently received her degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic, from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minn.

    Dr. Geer is the daughter of Ron and Ann Rodriguez, of Brighton; and Kenneth and Karen Geer, of Brighton. She is the granddaughter of Victor and Irene Padilla, of Brighton; Linda Schissler, of Brighton; and Betty Rodriguez, of Arvada.