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Aurora Now - November 24, 2021

Coming together to try to put an end to youth violence in Aurora.  From a prayer gathering to a new gun buyback program,  community groups, city leaders, police and many others are teaming up to find solutions. Plus, we’ll hear from someone who’s living in one of Aurora’s new pallet shelters and see how it’s giving him a fresh start; a popular piece of public art in Aurora gets a magical makeover and a look back at the festive fun at the Holiday Hometown Parade at Southlands. Those stories and so much more this week on Aurora Now.

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Tri-County Issues Public Health Order for Adams & Arapahoe Counties

Aurora and Denver Team Up for Gun Buyback Program

Our Community Comes Together to Pray for Peace

Aurora Mental Health is Here to Help

Meet a Resident of Aurora's New Pallet Shelter Homes at the Aurora Salvation Army

Help Aurora Homeless Services Programs/APD & AFR Pitch in at the Aurora Day Resource Center

At-Large Council Member Teams Up with Amazon to Help Provide Shoes to Wholly Kicks & Community

City Council Returns to Limited In-Person Meetings

Aurora Fire Rescue Remembers Retired Firefighter, Bud Hills

COVID Boosters & Vaccinations Available at the AMC & Kids' Vaccinations Available at Children's Hospital Colorado

PSA #1 Aurora Mental Health

PSA #2 Volunteer for a City Board or Commission

"Light of Dawn" Dedication Ceremony

Aurora's Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony  

Salvation Army Looking for Gifts for the Angel Tree/QR Code

Donate to Aurora Public Library's Stocking Program

Pick Up a Free, Luminary Kit at Some Aurora Parks 

Other Holiday Happenings in Aurora

-"Winter Saturdays"

-"Colfax Winter Market"

-"Board & Barrel Winter Festival"

-"Festival of Wreaths"

Show Closer:  Highlights of "Holiday Hometown Parade" at Southlands

AuroraTV Staff