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Aurora Now March 22, 2023

A big boost for several projects in Aurora, including two with direct ties to the city. Congressman Jason Crow helps secure more than $11 million dollars in community funding for everything from upgrades to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library to expanded services at Aurora Mental Health. Also on this week's show, Kroger opens a new customer fulfillment center to provide fresher food deliveries; there's now an opportunity for you to take part in an HGTV show that features an Aurora designer; and an update on Aurora's fabulous five golf courses now that spring has finally sprung. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now. 

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Kroger opens new customer fulfillment center in Aurora

Congressman Crow delivers $11.6 million in community project funding to Aurora

The Aurora Municipal Center marks its 20thanniversary

Adams County is hosting an "I Voted" & "Yo voté" sticker contest

Aurora Golf is out of hibernation

Time is running out to weigh in on how Aurora should spend money on youth programs

PSA #1: APD introducing photo enforcement pilot program

Community calendar: At-Large council members hosting a town hall meeting

PSA #2: Explanation of Lowry Ranch CAP Project near Aurora Reservoir

Apply to be on HGTV's "Rico to the Rescue" featuring Aurora designer, Poonam Moore

Visit Aurora profiles "Gina's Kitchen" for "Women's History Month"

Apply to take part in Aurora poet laureate's "Muse Mentorship" program

PSA #3 Get your tickets for "Toni Stone" at the Aurora Fox

Community calendar: students - apply now for the American Association of University Women scholarship

PSA #4: Visit On Havana Street

"Ren & Cora's Adventures in Aurora" heads to Village Green Park

Take a staycation at the Gaylord Rockies Resort and enjoy a water wonderland

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AuroraTV Staff