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Aurora Now May 10, 2023
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College is top of mind for a lot of Aurora's graduates, but what if you're the first one in your family to attend? A new program this summer at the Community College of Aurora can help, especially for Hispanic and Latin-X students. Also on this week's show, Aurora says thanks to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock  as his lengthy term comes to a close; learn about free and low-cost health fairs in Aurora courtesy of 365 Health; and a new exhibit that celebrates "The Great Outdoors of Aurora"  opens at our Aurora History Museum. Those stories, and much more, this week on Aurora Now.

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CCA announces Summer Bridge program for first-generation college students

Amazon surprises three students in Aurora school districts with scholarships

Aurora Public Schools announces sole finalist for new superintendent

New affordable Aurora apartments geared towards senior veterans

Aurora's mayor and council honor Denver mayor

Three Aurora students win Arapahoe County's "I Voted" sticker contest

Aurora wants to hear from residents about dog parks

PSA #1 Aurora looking for lifeguards

PSA #2 Sign up for AuroraTV's newsletter

In-studio interview with CEO of 365 Health about free and low-cost health fairs

Congressman Jason Crow secures financing for new CCSD Mental Health Day Treatment Center

Aurora Mental Health makes way for new Crisis and Acute Care Center

PSA #4 Aurora Mental Health message

PSA #5 Adopt a dog from the Aurora Animal Shelter

Visit Aurora launches a new hospitality campaign

Get a sneak peek of "Treasure Island" at the Aurora Fox

Check out the "Great Outdoors of Aurora" at the Aurora History Museum

Highlights from Southlands annual Kentucky Derby celebration

Eaglecrest High dance team takes gold at the International Championship

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