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By: Tori Wood One of my personal values has always been to constantly chase growth. So, when I started at PAIRIN, I really identified with the company value to “Choose Growth Over Comfort.” At first, I didn’t realize these values are not the same thing. While I constantly chase growth, I do it in areas...
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By Susan Simpson St. Petersburg, Russia 1998 Springtime had finally come to St. Petersburg. Walking along a canal, I realized that the “ice-arteries” were thawing in the city’s gloomy, glorious heart. I picked a path through the puddles and was hurrying along when a bright flash stopped me in my tracks. A gilded cathedral dome...
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By: Dan Hawthorne Every October, my wife Tara and I run off to New York City to be a part of a pretty big bit of nerd culture, called New York Comic Con, or NYCC as the nerds call it. We stay for the whole convention from Thursday until Sunday. But, it’s not until Sunday...
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By: Sarah Yaksic I’ve always been the youngest of my friends. When you have a September birthday, you’re either the youngest or the oldest by default. Each year, my birthday was always exciting. I was surrounded by the promise of first tooth fairy visits, driver’s licenses and legal drinks. But this past year was different...
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By: Austin Abhari Things went wrong from the start. Ross, my adventure partner, had arrived the night before at the Denver International Airport where I had the pleasure of informing him about the first setback of the trip. My plan was to have our equipment rented before he got in, driving out early in the...
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By: Allison Grenney   After a 52-hour journey to Patagonia National Park, I joined 8 other stellar women on a 60-mile adventure to traverse the park. Thanks to the Tompkins Conservation Foundation, 10 million acres were designated as Chilean National Park land last January (2018), and Patagonia National Park was the flagship project. Our trip...
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By: Carli Franks I have been a member of the Girls on the Run of the Rockies Associate Board for 3 years now and, WOW, I just love the work they do. Girls on the Run (GOTR) is an international organization that has built a transformational, positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade....
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By: Susan Simpson Denver welcomed Fall Feast to the National Stock Show Complex on November 10. Fall Feast started in Cincinnati in 2005 to “change [the] community for the better through celebration, connection and the passion to serve others.” We were thrilled to be invited by our client and friends at the Reciprocity Collective to help...
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By: Ethan Galowitz   I recently returned from a week-long trip to Israel. I had heard so much about conflicts in the region, yet found it difficult to come up with my own perspective – free from source/media bias. So, I decided to go to Israel and learn for myself. While this was an enlightening...
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By Allison Grenney Three days of frolicking in alpine meadows covered in a blanket of wild flowers, sleeping on uneven ground and focusing entirely on putting one foot in front of the other. It was blissful to unplug and get back to the basics, connecting with friends and being in the expansive outdoors. Backpacking the...
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