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By Ken Singer
We bought our house on Apple Valley Road in September 2012, did renovations, and made the move from New Jersey in July 2013. For the ten idyllic weeks before the flood, we enjoyed the house, the community, and the river. In the weeks leading up to the flood, when we told people we lived on the river on Apple Valley Road, the typical response was “Oh, you are so lucky.” Immediately after the flood, the
On Friday, September 22, the Lyons Ecology Advisory Board and Stonebridge Farm will host a bird walk and slide presentation with 19-year-old birder and field researcher, Joel Such. Beginning at 6 p.m., we will tour the farm’s property in search of birds. With a species list reaching well over a hundred birds,
Jennifer Sue (White) Montgomery went to be with God on September 7, 2017, in the presence of loving family. She was 51.
Jen was born May 19th, 1966, in Boulder, Colorado. She graduated from Centaurus High School in 1984, where she earned varsity letters in tennis and cheerleading. Some of her most fond early memories were of adventures with her sister and cousins in Denver, Montana, and upstate New York.
She worked as a financial controller for many years before following her true passion for horsemanship. Jen was a truly gifted horsewoman with the ability to create a relationship with any horse to achieve their