Benefits, People – Loveland Reporter-Herald


• Wing Shack hosts its annual turkey drive to benefit Larimer County Food Bank, Weld Food Bank, our center in Longmont and Needs Inc. in Cheyenne. Wing Shack will issue a $ 5 charge card to each guest who donates a turkey and donate $ 5 for each turkey received. The Loveland and Fort Collins locations will fundraise on behalf of the Larimer County Food Bank.

• Human Bean Northern Colorado raised over $ 69,000 for local cancer fighters following their Cancer for a Cure event on October 22, the most money raised in the 16 years the stores have raised. of funds. The total of $ 69,052.48 is split evenly between the local Banner and UCHealth foundations.

• Now, via Colorado Gives Day on December 7, all donations made to ChildSafe through Peak Kia North’s Driving Change campaign will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $ 5,000 for a total goal of $ 10,000 to cover the cost. health care and treatment for 325 children and families this holiday season. For more details or to donate, visit


Janelle Wolek joined Premier Skin Clinic, a leading medical spa for skin and body contouring in Fort Collins. Wolek has experience in the field of dermatology and specializes in cosmetic and laser treatments. Make an appointment with her in November to get a 15% discount on any service.

• CBRE Inc., the commercial real estate firm, has appointed Katie kruger as market leader and senior general manager of the firm’s five offices in Colorado. Kruger’s appointment begins November 22. In her role, she will oversee all advisory activities in the state, including leasing, sales, debt and structured finance, valuation and property management. The company’s five offices are located in downtown Denver, the Denver Tech Center, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins.


Night on the town, 4 to 9 p.m., Friday, November 12, in downtown Loveland off Fourth Street. Live music, restaurant specials and gallery openings. Website:

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