Friday, March 5, 2021 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20 – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 13 – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 6. The agenda is as follows:
Wednesday, April 29. The agenda is as follows:
Wednesday, April 22. The agenda is as follows:
Monday, April 20, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Links from today’s Webinar:
Wednesday, April 15, from 1:00-2:30 p.m. The agenda is as follows:
Guest Speakers from InTANDEM Human Resources – Monica Denler, CEO and President, and Stacy Jensen, HR Director
View the presentation.
Watch the Webinar recording.
View the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Covid-19 Leadership Checklist – Mitigating Team Stress.
View the links discussed during the Webinar on the COVID-19 Legislative Updates page.
Note 1: Clarification on 501(c)3 and other non-profits: A nonprofit organization generally may participate in the Payment Protection Program only if it:
Note 2: Gig workers and freelancers: Typically, self-employed people, freelancers and contractors can’t apply for unemployment. This bill creates a new, temporary Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program through the end of this year to help people who lose work as a direct result of the public health emergency. (What’s Inside the Senate $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package)
President Ben Welsh, PGA, and CEO Eddie Ainsworth, PGA
Watch the Webinar recording.
The Allied Golf Organizations, in alignment with the Center for Disease Control (CDC), have developed a comprehensive plan that allows golf to be played responsibly while observing recommended social distancing guidelines.
As each day goes by dealing with the COVID-19, more and more clubs and courses are being asked to shut down entirely, shut down departments, or limit hours based on numbers of members or guests. The PGA of America has assembled resources that you may find valuable. Click here.
Tri-County Health Department provides Guidance for Golf Courses – April 14, 2020
Check on the Status of Your Economic Impact Payment
Colorado – COVID-19 Pandemic Scenarios & Benefits Available
South Dakota – COVID-19 Pandemic Scenarios & Benefits Available
Wyoming – CARES Act and Unemployment Insurance Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 Leadership Checklist – Mitigating Team Stress
“Pass It On” Newsletter – Provides links to useful community resources.
Colorado Governor Polis clarifies if golf courses can remain open or must close – The Denver Post, 4/3/2020
Colorado Safer at Home Order — Public Health Order 20-28, Updated May 15, 2020
Feeding Colorado is a system of five (5) major food banks and agency partners distributing food to combat hunger and food insecurity throughout the state. Feeding Colorado and the food banks are all part of the Feeding America network. For example, Community Food Share distributes food not only to individuals and families directly, but also to 40 partner agencies throughout Boulder and Broomfield Counties. While a food banks might not be perfectly local to someone, its partner agencies listed on their sites are more local.
Many food banks and delivery outlets could use additional volunteers and any financial support is greatly appreciated. On all the food bank sites there is information on where food is distributed, what days and times are available and other contact information.
Feeding Colorado (Organization of the 5 food banks)
Food Bank of the Rockies (Covers the bulk of Colorado with their partner agencies)
10700 E. 45th Avenue
Denver, CO 80239
Community Food Share
605 S. Taylor Avenue
Louisville, CO 80027
Boulder and Broomfield Counties
Weld Food Bank
1108 H Street
Greeley, CO 80631
Food Bank of Larimer County
5706 Wright Dr.
Loveland, CO 80538
Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado
2605 Preamble Point
Colorado Springs, CO 80915