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Aurora Now February 22, 2023
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February is Heart Month, so it's a great time to recognize our Aurora firefighter/paramedics and the many lives they save through CPR. They have some of the best stats around when it comes to patients surviving cardiac arrest and being able to return to a completely normal life. Also on this week's show, an exciting new addition to the Colorado Freedom Memorial is a giant step closer to becoming a reality; our Aurora Animal Shelter shares tips on protecting your pups from thieves; and "Ren and Cora's Adventures in Aurora" heads to Utah Park. Those stories, and many more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Fire Rescue’s CPR survival rates beat the national average

Pickens Tech cosmetology program trains students and helps you save money 

Plans to add a Visitor’s Center to the Colorado Freedom Memorial get a big boost

Liberty View at Fitzsimons offers affordable housing for senior vets

Burrell Arts Campus celebrates a grand opening after finishing a remodeling project

Donations are still needed for the, “Rock It Sock It Sock Drive”

Aurora Water explains the city's stage one drought declaration 

Community Calendar: Aurora offers pandemic-related mortgage relief

The Aurora Animal Shelter offers tips to protect your pet from theft

Meet APD K-9, Krypto, who helps the Crimes Against Children’s Unit

The Broncos celebrate “Random Acts of Kindness Week” at Jewell Elementary

Aurora needs your help deciding how to support our youth with funds from the Broncos' sale

Community Calendar: New students at APS can register beginning March 1st

“Ren and Cora’s Adventures in Aurora” takes us to Utah Park

The Gaylord Rockies Resort invites you to celebrate spring 

Quincy Reservoir opens for the season March 1st

Show Closer/“Celebrating Black History Through the Arts” promo


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