Michael Nugent was recently appointed executive director at Life Care Center of Littleton, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility.
“We have an exceptionally qualified staff here,” said Nugent, “and the building itself is beautiful.”
Nugent comes to Life Care Center of Littleton from San Diego, Calif., where he served as executive director at a skilled nursing facility. Prior to that appointment, he was executive director at a skilled nursing facility in Hot Springs, Mont.
More than 20 million pet owners across the country will dress up their pets this Halloween, according to a report released by the National Retail Federation. With more than $350 million forecast to be spent on pet costumes in 2015, there will be no shortage of dressed-up pets hitting social media and online photo contests, including Deer Creek Animal Hospital in South Jeffco.
If the thought of sweaters, scarves and pumpkins makes your heart beat a little faster, some awesome autumn activities await on Saturday in Littleton.
The Hudson Gardens Festifall and the Littleton Museum’s Harvest Festival both take place on Saturday. The annual celebrations of fall will offer attendees plenty of reasons to get into the spirit of the season, along with a chance to help a worthy cause.
The Foothills Park and Rec District will host its first-ever job fair on Saturday for potential employees looking for seasonal or part-time work later this year.
Foothills has openings for seasonal and part-time employees in aquatics, golf course and parks maintenance, children’s programs, and front-desk staffing, said Wenonah Macdonald, the district’s human resources administrator.
In 1887, Colorado was among the first five states to officially recognize the contributions of laborers by creating a holiday to honor them.
The Columbine Courier has highlighted four residents whose daily work keeps South Jefferson County in motion, though their diverse careers represent only a tiny slice of all the jobs in our coverage area.
Zamboni driver at The Edge
David Kacprowicz gets a lot of questions about his job when people hear what he does for a living.
Joshua Arne, a member of Boy Scout Troop 640 in Littleton, earned his Eagle Scout rank on Oct. 24.
To attain the rank of Eagle Scout, Joshua earned 22 merit badges and served his troop in a variety of leadership roles. He completed a community service project, building two raised flower beds at Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow in Scouts and the Denver Zoo Boy Scouts Explorer program.
The year was 1943, when a gallon of gas cost 15 cents, “Casablanca” won the Oscar for best picture, the Marine Corps opened its ranks to women — and Irene Downey of Littleton was among the first to enlist.
Downey was 22 years old that year and living in Illinois.
Donald Rosier, chairman of the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners was one of 23 leaders in county government from across the United States who participated in a national leadership institute developed by the National Association of Counties and the Cambridge Leadership Associates.
The four-day institute, held June 3-7 in Washington, D.C., challenged participants to consider innovative approaches to address key issues facing their home county and residents.
Hansen – Schrepel
Rachel Hansen and Tucker Schrepel announce their engagement.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hardesty. She graduated magna cum laude from Metropolitan State College of Denver with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism with an emphasis in photojournalism in 2010. She is self-employed with her own business, Rachel H Photography.