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10 Thanksgiving traditions to try with your family this year
15 Nov 2016

10 Thanksgiving traditions to try with your family this year

The good news about being a grownup is that you get to create your very own holiday traditions. Keep the best ones from your childhood, of course. Blend with your spouse’s, if applicable. And here’s the fun part—add in new traditions that sync up with your life now.  Thanksgiving is almost here at Reunion™. So pick and choose from these 10 ideas for new traditions to...

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The History of Reunion
14 Sep 2016

The History of Reunion

Fourteen years in, it’s hard to imagine Commerce City without Reunion™. It’s a vibrant, growing community with a long list of amenities, more than 2,000 families, and trees big enough now for the kids to climb. But long ago, this was prairie criss-crossed by nomadic tribes, including the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapahoe. The first European explorers were Spanish, but eventually the land was claimed by...

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Life is fun at Reunion. Here’s why.
17 May 2016

Life is fun at Reunion. Here’s why.

Ask a resident why Reunion™ is such a fun, active community and they’ll probably point you in the direction of the 21,000-square-foot Rec Center. But that big red barn doesn’t run itself, of course. There’s a whole staff of people committed to creating a healthy, connected community at Reunion. And two people in particular, Melissa Murray and Brittany Sanko, are the masterminds behind Reunion’s long list...

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“We drove up here one day and never left.”
22 Mar 2016

“We drove up here one day and never left.”

That’s how Michelle Rogers describes the day more than a decade ago when she and husband Leonard discovered Reunion. With a baby on the way, the couple decided they wanted “a grown-up house.” They’d been living in Mayfair in a 500-square-foot condo built in 1946. Tiny, yes, but that walkable, urban lifestyle was a little tough to leave behind. Now, Michelle laughs when she remembers...

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Lights, camera, Reunion
27 Jan 2016

Lights, camera, Reunion

Next time you see a family smiling, assembled in well-coordinated outfits, maybe standing beside the lake at Reunion, take a look to see who’s on the other side of the camera. Chances are it’s Holly Pilz, Reunion resident and up-and-coming family photographer. Owner of Holly Jean Photography, Holly found her calling only about a year ago. She had begun to realize how much she loved photographing her...

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Seven ways to stay healthy this winter
11 Jan 2016

Seven ways to stay healthy this winter

Here we are in the doldrums of winter, with January mostly behind us and all of February ahead.  Prime time for the sniffles or worse, right? Well, not necessarily. Consider taking a few preventive measures, such as the seven very doable suggestions below. Good news: becoming a germophobic, surgical mask-wearing hermit is not required. 1) You are what you eat. No kidding.   More and...

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Picture Your Pet | Official Rules
29 Nov 2015

Picture Your Pet | Official Rules

Picture Your Pet | Official Rules Pets are important family members and can brighten our lives and our homes. This holiday season, we want to honor your four-legged, feathered, and scaly friends! Snap and submit a photo of your pet for a chance to win one of our fabulous prizes. Full contest details are below. From November 30 to December 11, 2015, enter a photo...

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Care for your eyes. And your neighborhood, too.
18 Nov 2015

Care for your eyes. And your neighborhood, too.

Settling into a new neighborhood often includes finding new healthcare providers. If you ask your Reunion neighbors whom they recommend for eye care, chances are they’ll suggest North Range Eye Care. This practice, located just a few minutes away on 104th Ave., tends to the needs of many Reunion residents. And for several years, they’ve sponsored Reunion’s annual Kite & Flight Festival. See photos here. Why...

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School Spotlight: Prairie View High School
10 Nov 2015

School Spotlight: Prairie View High School

Just 10 minutes away from Reunion, Prairie View High School is getting kids ready for life. Whether that means college or career, Advanced Placement Physics or Construction Jobs Bootcamp. Home of 2,100 Thunderhawks in grades 9-12, Prairie View High School reaches out to every kind of kid. Despite its size, you’ll find a tight-knit feel, says Assistant Principal Fabricio Velez-Cendeno. “We’re in a small school district,...

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School Spotlight: Stuart Middle School
13 Oct 2015

School Spotlight: Stuart Middle School

The middle school years can be tricky. Your cute little kids are turning into big ones. As they navigate the transition into young adulthood, a good middle school can be a lifesaver. Over the past few months, we’ve explored three other schools for Reunion’s younger residents (Landmark Academy, Turnberry Elementary, and Second Creek Elementary) and this month we take a peek into Stuart Middle School....

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