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President Obama's proclamation this year stated, "Great Outdoors Month is a time for all Americans to share in the natural splendor of which we are all proud inheritors. Whether camping, fishing, rock climbing, or playing in a neighborhood park, nature offers each of us the opportunity to get active, explore, and strengthen our bonds with family and friends. This month, let us celebrate our natural heritage by experiencing it together."
Here are just a few ways you can get active in Colorado …
Explore a National Park – Whether you are looking for a great road trip destination or a place close to home, check out one of these treasures in our state by visiting http://www.colorado.com/national-parks-colorado for a listing of all your choices.
Volunteer with a CFC Charity partner who appreciates, helps and improves our environment.
Summit a Fourteener – Want a summer challenge? Invite a friend to hike a fourteener with you. Here’s a guide to our state’s 58 peaks to study - http://www.colorado.com/articles/what-are-14ers
Enjoying the Great Outdoors Together - The CFC Team
Charity Applications - Charity applications are no longer being accepted for the 2014 fall solicitation. Please check back in January of 2015 for application information.
The 2013 in the Rocky Mountain Region was a success on so many levels! Through the generosity of the Federal Employees, the CFC raised $2,692, 325 for charity. Even with Colorado floods and fires affecting our local campaign and the Government shut down which affected all employees, we were able to stay focused on giving back to others in need. On behalf of all of our local, national and international charities, we thank you for your tremendous efforts!
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