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Aurora Now - June 10, 2020

Aurora leaders want to, “listen, learn and act for change.” Hear the Mayor and City Council’s joint statement on coming together with our community. Plus, could Aurora become, “Space City” USA? Free help finding a job during the pandemic, and how to keep the kiddos busy this strange summer. Those stories and more on, “Aurora Now.”

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Aurora Leaders Want to, “Listen, learn and act for change.”

Council Member Gruber Chosen to Represent Aurora for U.S. Space Command Contest

Reminder to Watch, “Mayor Mike Live” Every Friday

Local Organization Donates 10,000 Surgical Masks to Aurora from the Government of Taiwan

Colorado’s “Safer-at-Home” Order Extended to June 30th (Includes Aurora)

Bikes Becoming Popular As We Enjoy the “Vast Great Outdoors”

Aurora Water Announces Return of the “Water-wise Landscape Award”

Southlands Farmer’s Market Returns with New Guidelines

Aurora’s Mobile Food Pantry Proving Popular

Arapahoe Douglas Works! Offers Free Programs & Advice for Job Seekers

Intern Jessica Shares Her Hunt for a Job

Aurora Mental Health Clinics Reopen

Vitalant Now Testing All Blood for COVID-19 Antibodies

PSA #1 – Vitalant Seeking Covid Plasma Donors

PSA #2 – Check Out On Havana Street

PSA #3 – 2020 Census – “Be Heard. Be Seen. Be Counted.”

COVID Cancels “4th of July Spectacular” & Other City Events

How to Keep the Kids Busy this Strange Summer

Take Part in the History Museum’s, “COVID-19 Digital Collection Project”

There’s a Lot of Progress at Parkside at City Centre

There’s a Lot of Progress, too, at the New In-N-Out Burger at the Town Center at Aurora

George & Gracie’s Goslings are Growing Up Fast!!

Show Closer/Revisiting Aurora Pride at the Aurora Reservoir

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