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Aurora Now - July 7, 2021

It's an amazing Aurora adventure, right in our own backyard! We're setting sail at the Aurora Reservoir. Plus, what does redistricting mean for Aurora, and how can you make sure your voice gets heard; a unique way to pay tribute to an Aurora Tuskeegee airman and civil rights activist and meet our city's vital volunteers and see just how big of a difference they make for our community. Those stories, and many more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Congressional Redistricting & Aurora

Rep. Crow Introduces Legislation to Name New Aurora VA Clinic in Honor of Aurora Tuskeegee Airman, John Mosley

City Council to Announce Ward II Appointment

"Mayor Mike Live" Moves to Thursdays @ 4pm

Volunteer for a City Commission or Board

Aurora Honors City Volunteers

Register to Take Part in Virtual Public Meeting about Havana Corridor (also, Weigh in on 13th Avenue Study)

Community College of Aurora Receives Grant to Increase Participation among Underrepresented Students

AuroraTV Adds New Educational Program Aimed at Children of Color

Children's Hospital Colorado Receives Largest Gift 

State Health Department Issues Revised Mask Guidelines

PSA #1 - Aurora's Grafitti Patrol

Sailing in Aurora

"Connected Colorado" Explores the Great Outdoors, Including Aurora's New Protected Bike Lanes

Aurora History Museum Has a New Exhibit about Aurora's Parks

An Up Close Look at the History Museum's Exhibit, "Rise of the American Suburb During the Cold War"

"Lindita's Kitchen" Shows Us How to Make Carne Asada

Jubilee Roasting Introduces, the "Jubilee Backyard Session"

The "Sounds of Southland" Returns

 

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7/7/2021
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AuroraTV Staff