The Daily from Local Color ® Post TM Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 Brighton window Today Want the Daily Post every morning? E-mail us at: [email protected] localcolormag.com Two days 9:30-10:15 a.m. – Toddler Tales, Anythink Brighton; time with your toddler listening to stories, songs and finger plays. Then enjoy a few minutes of social time with other caregivers while the children play with toys. Ages 2-3. RSVP online. 10-11:30 a.m. – Basic Computers 2, Anythink Brighton; Sign up for an email address, learn basics of the Internet; how to use a search engine and other tools like flash drives, how to cut, copy, paste. Registration suggested. 10:30-11 a.m. – Music and Movement, Anythink Brighton; Sing, dance, and learn to play some basic instruments. Ages 2-6. RSVP online. Tuesday 12:30-1:30 p.m. – Conservation in Nepal, Eagle View Adult Center; Denver zookeeper Dave Johnson has traveled to Nepal several times, working at a vet hospital and working to save the rhinos. He will show photos and share animal artifacts from the area; $2, deadline Aug. 18 Back to school, in a way: Dr. Rod Fair is master of ceremonies on Friday night at the Armory, where the Brighton High School Class of 1974 held its 40th reunion. School starts this week in School District 27J and police warn motorists to drive carefully, because more children will be headed to and from school. Daily Post photo Census workers to conduct surveys Brighton: You’re about to be counted. The U.S. Census Bureau has advised Brighton Police that some of its trained federal employees are working in the Brighton community, conducting “a variety of ongoing household surveys by telephone, mail and in-person interviews. Gas gauge 3.49.9 $ Lowest unleaded price as of 7 p.m. Sunday: • Conoco on South Main at Jessup • U-Pump-It station, South Main • Gas-a-Mat station on South Main The Daily Post is brought to you by Local Color ® 2006 Small Business of the Year www.localcolormag.com • 720-937-6064 © 2014 by Local Color, Brighton, CO E-mail news and photos to: [email protected] The letter to the Police Department stated: “The work conducted by our Field Representatives is not solicitation and is for the sole purpose of carrying out governmental survey work.” The letter also stated that all persons representing the Census Bureau must show to respondents an official credential of the United States of America, Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau. “We conduct many surveys throughout the month, every month, not just every 10 years.” The Police Department has a list of six field representatives whom the Census Bureau expects to work in the Brighton area. Reader to Reader MANY HOUSES & APARTMENTS FOR RENT Downtown commercial space available. Call Lambert Realty • 303-659-1216 4:45-5:20 p.m. – Yoga, Platte Valley Medical Center; $6 drop-in rate; certified instructor. Bring a yoga mat 5:45-6:30 p.m. – Pilates Mat Class, Platte Valley Medical Center; increase strength, tone, overall fitness and health, certified Pilates instructor, $9 per class, 303-498-1840 Funeral Notices Virginia I. Jorgensen, 78, (nee Schissler) died in Denver Aug. 9. Survivors include daughter Diane Stephens; granddaughters Rebecca and Sarah Stephens, Lakewood; brother Jacob Schissler, Brighton; and sister-in-law Georgia Schissler, Brighton. She was preceded in death by husband Gerald Jorgensen; siblings Evelyn Burdick, Edward Schissler, Elmer Schissler and Vernon Schissler. At her request, there will be no services. Donations may be made in her name, Denver Hospice. www.legacy.com Henry Saburo Katayama, 84, died Aug. 12. He was born to Murano and Soichi Katayama in Brighton, the sixth of eight siblings. Hank grew up farming in Brighton and graduated from Brighton High School. He married Sachiko Matsushima in 1956. Hank was an accomplished gardener for many years before taking a job at United Airlines at Stapleton Airport, where he was employed for 36 years. During that time, Hank and Sach kept extremely busy with their sons, Danny, Andy and Derrick. Hank taught his three boys the Katayama family values. Among them were the importance of spending time with family, keeping your eye on the ball, and how to always pick up the check. Hank’s tutelage did not stop with his own children. Hank and Sach also took great pride in spoiling their grandchildren: Katelyn, Addie, Kobe, and Kai. Ronald L. Trent, 66, of Brighton, died Aug. 12. Visitation, 5-7 p.m. today. Funeral service, 11 a.m., Tuesday; all at Tabor-Rice Funeral Home; graveside service, 2:30 p.m. at Fort Logan National Cemetery, Area B. Obit Tabor-Rice Colton Curtis Blocker, 15, of Brighton, died Aug. 10. Funeral service 2 p.m. today, Tabor Rice Funeral Home. Full obit Tabor-Rice Gerald L. “Jerry” Reynolds, 73, died Aug. 9. Service, 11 a.m. on Thursday, Redlands United Methodist Church, 527 Village Way, Grand Junction. Full obit Tabor-Rice Stephanie Takis, 69, died Aug. 6. Services, 5 p.m., Tuesday at Moorhead Park in Aurora. The service will be near a tree Takis planted at the park.
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