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An Onion Story That Won’t Make You Cry

Paul Bockman picks up a newly harvested onion and chops off the green leaves. “Look at all that juice,” he says, pointing to the freshly cut top. “These are really sweet too.” This morning, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, Council Members Marsha Berzins and Bob LeGare

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Pedaling to Feed Kids

On August 1, 2014, Michael McAllister, CEO and Founder of The CE Shop and CE Shop Foundation and Virgil Seibold, Vice President of Human Resources for The CE Shop began their journey to pedal 975 miles from Fargo, ND to Denver, CO raising money for

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Something Fishy in the Warehouse

Quixotic Farming, has made a donation of over 8,000 lbs of  tilapia products to our Denver warehouse. Raised in indoor, aboveground tanks, the tilapia on Quixotic Farming’s local farms in Colorado and Missouri live a life free of growth hormones, chemicals and antibiotics. The tilapia’s life cycle, which all takes place here in the United States, is traceable from farm to table. Also, as

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61,000 Ears of Sweet Corn Donated to Feeding Colorado

On Saturday, August 9, volunteers picked, bagged, put on pallets and loaded 61,000 ears of sweet corn onto a semi in 3 hours! 90 volunteers, hailing from the Fort Morgan area and members of Calvary Chapel Aurora, joined forces and brought their heavy lifting skills

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An Onion Story That Won’t Make You Cry

Paul Bockman picks up a newly harvested onion and chops off the green leaves. “Look at all that juice,” he says, pointing to the freshly cut top. “These are really sweet too.” This morning, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, Council Members Marsha Berzins and Bob LeGare

Read More »

Pedaling to Feed Kids

On August 1, 2014, Michael McAllister, CEO and Founder of The CE Shop and CE Shop Foundation and Virgil Seibold, Vice President of Human Resources for The CE Shop began their journey to pedal 975 miles from Fargo, ND to Denver, CO raising money for

Read More »

Something Fishy in the Warehouse

Quixotic Farming, has made a donation of over 8,000 lbs of  tilapia products to our Denver warehouse. Raised in indoor, aboveground tanks, the tilapia on Quixotic Farming’s local farms in Colorado and Missouri live a life free of growth hormones, chemicals and antibiotics. The tilapia’s life cycle, which all takes place here in the United States, is traceable from farm to table. Also, as

Read More »

61,000 Ears of Sweet Corn Donated to Feeding Colorado

On Saturday, August 9, volunteers picked, bagged, put on pallets and loaded 61,000 ears of sweet corn onto a semi in 3 hours! 90 volunteers, hailing from the Fort Morgan area and members of Calvary Chapel Aurora, joined forces and brought their heavy lifting skills

Read More »

An Onion Story That Won’t Make You Cry

Paul Bockman picks up a newly harvested onion and chops off the green leaves. “Look at all that juice,” he says, pointing to the freshly cut top. “These are really sweet too.” This morning, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, Council Members Marsha Berzins and Bob LeGare

Read More »

Pedaling to Feed Kids

On August 1, 2014, Michael McAllister, CEO and Founder of The CE Shop and CE Shop Foundation and Virgil Seibold, Vice President of Human Resources for The CE Shop began their journey to pedal 975 miles from Fargo, ND to Denver, CO raising money for

Read More »

Something Fishy in the Warehouse

Quixotic Farming, has made a donation of over 8,000 lbs of  tilapia products to our Denver warehouse. Raised in indoor, aboveground tanks, the tilapia on Quixotic Farming’s local farms in Colorado and Missouri live a life free of growth hormones, chemicals and antibiotics. The tilapia’s life cycle, which all takes place here in the United States, is traceable from farm to table. Also, as

Read More »

61,000 Ears of Sweet Corn Donated to Feeding Colorado

On Saturday, August 9, volunteers picked, bagged, put on pallets and loaded 61,000 ears of sweet corn onto a semi in 3 hours! 90 volunteers, hailing from the Fort Morgan area and members of Calvary Chapel Aurora, joined forces and brought their heavy lifting skills

Read More »

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