Givers and Shakers

What makes a community so special? In Parker, it’s easy to say the sunshine, green rolling hills and stunning views of the Front Range. But, really, the people are what make Parker a great place to live, work, worship and play. We all know people who work tirelessly to help others, always ready to pitch in for community needs, and,…

Serving Up Good

This month's issue of Parker Lifestyle is all about gratitude. One of the best ways to show gratitude for the many blessings in our lives is to do something to help our neighbors and communities, whether that’s through giving money, time or both to make a difference. And while there are so many worthy organizations in Parker and Douglas counties doing good, here…

Thankful

As November rolls around, we’re eagerly awaiting the approach of Thanksgiving, the holiday season and time spent with our loved ones. The winding down of the year always brings about a time of reflection for us — remembering everything we’ve done or accomplished in months past; looking back on turkey disaster stories, mornings watching the … Continued

November 2018 Around Town

2018 Mayor’s Holiday Lighting by Xfinity and Ent Credit Union O’Brien Park comes alive for the holidays at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 23. Gather around the Town Tree and join the mayor and the Parker Chorale in a sing-along to “Silent Night” to kick off the event. Then, the mayor and the Parker Town Council will … Continued

TSG Auto’s Second Annual First Responders Appreciation Day

This event, which was held on Sept. 22, honored our first responders for their hard work and dedication. Tim Greufe, owner of TSG Auto, awarded their Public Safety Community Service Award to officers and firefighters from local departments and made a donation to the Fallen Officer Fund and the Colorado Professional Firefighters Fund.

Bringing Compassion into Focus

 Service First  "My path to photography was really different than most," says Army veteran Brian Johnson of Brian Johnson Photo. "When I went to war, I took a couple of blasts from IEDs. I don't have much memory prior to 2005. I have images but not much recollection. Photos allow me to say, 'Yes, I was there.' I live vicariously through…

The Allergy-Friendly Table

When you have kids with food allergies, you have to be extra careful and creative in what you prepare during the holidays. Often, our girls cannot eat much of what has been set out for a celebration, and the holiday spread can seem like a landmine field. One bite of pumpkin pie served with the spatula from the pecan pie could…

Parker Panache Celebrates 15 Years

Parker Panache celebrated its 15th anniversary on Sept. 21 and 22 Oktoberfest-style! They thanked their customers for 15 years of support with 15 percent off the whole store and had pretzels, beer and gift baskets filled with authentic German fare. ParkerPanache.com

Veteran’s Passport to Hope Whiskey Tasting

Veteran's Passport to Hope hosted a Bourbon Whiskey Tasting Benefit at the Aspen Flying Club at Centennial Airport on Sept. 19. The silent auction and tasting raised more than $10,000 for the nonprofit that serves to coordinate fundraiser efforts, awareness for veteran issues and cooperation among groups already serving veterans.