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UCP Colorado would like to extend a special thank you to all of the attendees, sponsors and volunteers who participated in the 27th Annual Wine in the Pines. The event, which was attended by more 800 people, was a huge success! Photos from the event coming soon.
Kids Win Again at the 5th Annual Cerebral Palsy Straight Shot
In trying times it pays to be philosophical.
When a neighbor loses his house, when a friend is diagnosed with cancer, when a marriage dissolves into bitterness it is difficult to reconcile the promise of life with the reality of living.
And so it is for a young couple whose limitless joy at the birth of a child soon descends into unutterable despair, when they are told that their prized son or daughter is sentenced to an incurable illness and (they imagine) a life of suffering and ridicule.
Such thoughts come to mind from time to time, and so they did on Friday evening at Cerebral Palsy of Colorado's Straight Shot Sporting Clays Championship. Read Full Story
Local Artist Anthony Terrazas and Tony Best of SM Energy pose with Terrrazas' sculpture, "Jack". Tony bought the donated sculpture at last year's Wine in the Pines. The sculpture resides at the SM Energy board room. UCP Colorado is thankful to both Anthony and Tony for their gracious contribution to our organization.
Diane Dale Pack to School Program
The Diane Dale Pack to School Program, now in it's 18th year, took place this year on Wednesday, August 4th 2010. This very special event was founded and led by Diane Dale from 1992 through 2008 and has grown ever since. Diane has since passed away after a long battle with cancer, but her legacy continues with this yearly event.
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Effective January, 2009, CP of Colorado officially rejoined United Cerebral Palsy as the Colorado state affiliate. Our services and efforts to support Colorado children, individuals and families will not change. In fact, this alliance will enhance our resources. Please expect to see a new look on our website and printed materials, and to find the same high-quality services you’ve come to expect from us.