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Westminster Business Legacy Awards recognizes businesses

Seven longtime Westminster businesses were recognized by city council on, Sept. 23, during the City Council meeting.

The honored businesses include: Hodgson Enterprises Inc., Klein Plumbing and U-Haul Center North Federal for 35 years in business, Camp’s Rocky Mountain Cut Stone for 40 years in business, The Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills for 50 years in business, Bea & Herb’s Old Town Auto Care, LLC for 55 years in business and Valente’s Deli, Bakery & Italian Market for 60 years of business.

City Council has been celebrating these milestone anniversary’s with businesses throughout the year. Recipients have also been recognized in the community newsletter, the City Edition.

In 2013, the Westminster Business Legacy Awards replaced the former annual Business Appreciation Event.

Wine, beer, spirit tasting and silent auction in October

The Westminster Legacy Foundation’s 11th annual Wine, Beer, Spirit Tasting and Silent Auction will be 7-10 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11, at the Westminster Westin.

Tickets go fast with Westminster’s Total Beverage pouring over 140 wines, 65 brews and 55 premium spirits.

Delectable food is prepared and served by Baker St. Pub, Bar Louie, Carrabbas, Ciancios, Heavenly Cakes, Hideaway Steakhouse, Kachina, Outback, Rock Bottom and Zoe’s Coffee. Purchase tickets at Total Beverage, 93rd Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.

Tickets are $45/per person, $85 for two or $400 for a 10 ticket party pack. Call 303-658-2209 for sponsorship details and event information.

Meet the mayoral and city councilor candidates

The Nov. 5 election is quickly approaching and Westminster voters will be deciding important races for mayor and for three available seats on city council.

For a look at who is running, come to the candidate forum at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10, at Westminster City Hall. This forum is hosted by Colorado Community Media, publisher of the Westminster Window.

Ceremony set for Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park

The dedication of Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park is set for Saturday, Oct. 5, 10-10:30 a.m. at the park, 10765 Moore St.

A brief ceremony is planned to officially dedicate the park in honor of Jessica.

The park is small and access from the neighborhood is extremely limited. In expectation of a large crowd for this event, there are a number of road closures and parking options.

For more information visit www.ci.westminster.co.us.


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