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When a Civic Project Goes Viral

John Chavez is a family leader. As a long-time fundraising employee of the Diocese of Pueblo, John says his eyes were opened to the many needs facing families in the Pueblo community when he transitioned to a position in the Diocese’s Pastoral Ministries office two years ago. “When I filled in at the front desk, […]

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September/October Alumni Briefs

FLTI of Larimer County Youth Leader Speaks at Bohemian Foundation’s GiveNext Event Fernando Castro, a 2016 graduate from FLTI of Larimer County, gave the keynote address for Bohemian Foundation’s GiveNext kick-off on October 4. More than 200 middle and high school students were in attendance.       FLTI of Lake County Family Leader Making Strides […]

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It takes a Village to Advance Grandparent Rights

Countless parents find themselves in need of the proverbial village to balance the various demands of childrearing. When grandparents find themselves as the primary caregivers of their grandchildren, many discover their village is in need of exponential growth to handle the complexities of parenting the second time around. In the fall of 2006, a small […]

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FLTI of Boulder County Alum Builds Community Through Creative Expression

Victoria Medina, 2017 graduate from FLTI of Boulder County, is a family leader. FLTI of Colorado defines leadership as, “The capacity to impact and influence a given situation with clear purpose, necessary skills and determination, and effectively reach an intended goal.” Medina continues to lead in her community by organizing events like the free workshop […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Karla Alder, FLTI of Lake County

Karla Alder is a 2015 FLTI of Eagle County graduate with a remarkable commitment to providing leadership in her community. FLTI of Colorado is pleased to feature her in this month’s Alumni Spotlight. When Karla first got involved with FLTI as a participant, she drove 41 miles to the Eagle County site from Leadville each week. Not […]

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