Panther Nation Newsletter

Nov. 12, 2021

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Learn more about our Activities Sponsor of the Week, Mrs. Eastman by visiting our Facebook or Instagram page

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Families: Would you like to send a Gratitude Gram to a member of the WPHS faculty? Please contact Ms. Lee at slee@wpsdk12.org or 719-686-2075 to make this sweet message of thanks a reality.

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From our Student Services Center

Woodland Park Community Events

GOOD VIBE FESTIVAL

Please join us for the Good Vibe Festival, a family and youth self-care fair sponsored by WPSD and Community Partnership, next Wednesday (November 17th) from 4 - 7 PM in the WP Middle School Commons.

  • Free dinner for all attendees
  • Fun giveaways every 30 minutes
  • Hands on activities
  • Resources for all ages

Enter the upcoming holiday season with strategies for self-care and stress management!

We hope to see you there!!

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2021 Salvation Army Bell Ringing campaign

2021 has continued to be a challenging year for all of us in many different ways and it’s still so important to support one another. The Holiday Season is just around the corner and we rely on you, our faithful volunteers, for your caring and support of the Teller County community as we begin our 2021 Salvation Army Bell Ringing campaign. Things have begun a slow return to "normal" and our goal continues to be having a SAFE, FUN, and SUCCESSFUL campaign. Be assured Bell Ringing will take place this year with the safety of both volunteers and donors alike taken into consideration. Volunteers will be required to watch a short training video online and will also be supplied with personal protective equipment.


Just like last year, we will be Ringing the Bell in Cripple Creek (Cripple Creek Market), Divide (Divide Market) and Woodland Park (Walmart & City Market). We have 2 hour slots available on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays starting November 26th through December 24th.


Remember - 90% of all donations remain in Teller County and your contribution of time allows The Teller County Salvation Army to continue to feed the hungry, house the homeless, nurture our youth, provide year-round emergency assistance, and fund our well-known Holiday programs that share food, clothing, and toys with needy children and adults.

If you have any questions or need assistance signing up, please feel free to email us at bellringers@aspenminecenter.org or call our friendly staff at the Aspen Mine Center - 719-689-3584.

Click the icon below to volunteer.