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FYI Continued from page 2                                 HELLO LARKSPUR AND

        Mountain Road, in the old Town Hall Annex on the east side   SURROUNDING COMMUNITY!
        of the road. Plenty of parking in the back. The Book Exchange
        has over 7000 volumes of adult fiction (from lady’s romances   Dust off your boots because you
        to classic literature) and nonfiction (categories such as history,   don’t want to miss the Best Hoe-
        biography,  travel,  crafts,  and  many  more),  and  600  volumes   down in Town!  The 21st Annual
        for children, young readers, and young adults. And all for free.   Boot Scootin’ Boogie will be held
        That’s  right. An  entire  building  of  free  books.  No  cards,  no   on Friday, May 4th, 6 p.m. to 11
        check out, no due dates, no overdue fines. Free. And no need   p.m., at the historic Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur.
        to bring one to take as many as you can carry, because we have
        plenty. In addition, the Book Exchange has a collection of rare   This  adult-only  event  includes  dinner  by  Rocky  Mountain
        and valuable volumes offered for sale; the perfect splurge for   Catering, desserts provided by our wonderful community and
        a book lover. All proceeds to benefit and support the Book Ex-  parents, drinks, photo booth, wine wall, games, live and silent
        change. Come and check out what everyone is talking about.   auctions and much more!
        For more information, contact Cindy at 303-681-3046 or Krys-
        tine at 413-348-3579.
                                                                  There’s still time to buy your tickets!  Tickets are available
                                                                  until May 1st, and NO tickets will be sold at the door.  Tick-
        RABIES: The  Colorado  Department  of Agriculture  and Tri-  ets can be ordered online at
        County Health Department have confirmed that an alpaca in
        Douglas County has died due to a rabies infection. Pet owners   The LES PTO would like to thank our valuable sponsors, gener-
        are urged to check records to ensure rabies vaccinations are up-  ous donors, amazing volunteers, and our fabulous community,
        to-date. Livestock can also be infected with rabies and owners   parents, LES teachers and staff who have supported our event
        are encouraged to discuss the risk of rabies exposure with their   over the years!  Check out for links to
        local veterinarian.                                       our sponsors and event donors and please try to patronize these
                                                                  businesses who are supporting this year’s Boot.  You can reach
                                                                  the LES PTO via email at with ques-
        PERRY PARK RANCH JUNK DUMP: Saturday, May 12,             tions, comments or if you would like to get involved.
        8 a.m.-noon (or until the dumpsters are full).  Location: Gravel
        pit. Forbidden items: TVs, tires, electronics, chemicals.  Proof   Thank you to everyone who is attending this year’s Boot and
        of residency required.  Start collecting—additional information   helping us celebrate our 21st year!  See y’all there!
        in the May Sentinel.
                                                                  THANK YOU to our Event Sponsors and Donors so far:

        PERRY PARK EAST HOMEOWNERS                                Spruce Mountain Ranch
                                                                  Bella Art & Frame
        ANNUAL MEETING                                            Goodwill Industries
                                                                  Stacey James Photography
        Tuesday, April  10th,  7  p.m.  at  Bear  Dance  Golf  Club  is  the   Tyler Freear Photography
        upcoming annual meeting for the Perry Park East Homeown-  Castle Rock Adventist Hospital
        ers Association! Come to learn local developments, meet new   Gregston Orthodontics
        neighbors, and enjoy free snacks and beverages.           Vision Real Estate Services
                                                                  Heartlight Family Clinic
        Annual dues of $50 should be mailed to Perry Park East HOA,   Medved Autoplex
        P.O. Box 161, Larkspur CO 80118. Paid membership includes   Town of Larkspur
        one free chipping of slash annually                       Abbe Hills Animal Hospital
                                                                  Dave Gardner’s Colorado Results Team
        The board passes along information of a new company plan-  Dream Vacations - Monica Calenda
        ning fiber optic, faster internet service in the area that members   Elizabeth Owens with RE/MAX Alliance
        may want to explore: There is no     Gigahertz Information Systems, Inc.
        association with or recommendation of the service.        Larkspur Area Chamber of Commerce
                                                                  Papa Bear Catering
        Members  are  reminded  to  use  limited  exterior,  residential   Peak View Dental
        lighting  to  better  preserve  our  natural  surroundings.    Ques-  Wapiti Enterprises
        tions  or  suggestions  on  any  topic  are  always  welcome  at:   Z Ultimate Self Defense Studios  For  addition  information,  visit  the   IREA
        Perry Park East home page at  Costco Wholesale
                                                                  Larkspur Corner Market

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