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The Next Chapter

There is an ever-aging yet very active population of individuals in Douglas County entering the next chapter of their lives.  Whether transitioning to empty nesters, retiring from the corporate world, caring for elderly family members, or just turning the page to see what is to come in their life’s journey, readers are wanting more information about events, activities and programs geared toward the 50+ age crowd.

The Connection is committed to its readership and will incorporate more of these type stories in its editorial content in “The Next Chapter” section of the paper.  We would love to hear your thoughts, ideas and suggestions.  Email us at editor@castlepinesconnection.com.

DC Planning Meetings for HR park: Wildcat Regional Park

By CPC | April 1, 2002

Douglas County is hosting two public meetings regarding the future “Wildcat Regional Park” that the County will build along the southern border of Highlands Ranch, southwest of the new middle school/high school site, between Monarch and Daniels Park Road. This will be a large (202 acres) “active park” that will have league-play ball fields and…

Plans along the southern border of Highlands Ranch

By CPC | April 1, 2002

Douglas County is hosting two public meetings regarding the future “Wildcat Regional Park” that the County will build along the southern border of Highlands Ranch, southwest of the new middle school/high school site, between Monarch and Daniels Park Road. This will be a large (202 acres) “active park” that will have league-play ball fields and…

Castle Rock plans for a second recreation center

By CPC | April 1, 2002

A proposed second Town recreation center is moving forward as the Parks & Recreation Department continues to weigh input from residents and consider site location options. To date, Parks & Recreation has hosted three public meetings, six user-group meetings and forrned a steering committee as part of an effort to propose a second recreation center…