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Foothills Service League supports SummitStone’s Namaqua Center

Since 1959, the Foothills Service League has dedicated themselves to countless hours of fundraising to improve the quality of life for people in Larimer County — specifically for individuals with cognitive disabilities and children who have been abused or neglected. Over the years, they have raised well over $1 million for both Foothills Gateway, Inc. […]

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Celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month by talking about it

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