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  Volume No. 15 Issue No. 9 September 2018  

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  SBR Motorsports Park

   Five years ago, Lee Seigel purchased CRE Motorsports Park, after the previous owner filed bankruptcy; he leased the property where the park is located from the new landowners. Seigel re-opened the park as SBR Motorsports Park. The property owners are planning to subdivide the acreage, and Seigel will purchase the 35 acres that houses the track. Eventually, Seigel said he will expand the track, redo the asphalt and possibly put in a clay or oval dirt track. Food service is in the plans as well.
   On Oct. 1, Seigel started Fun Day Sunday, which continues the first Sunday of each month. The Fun Day includes unlimited racing between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and a BBQ lunch — and much more. For pricing and details, visit the website and page at
   Apex Speed Kart Racing School offers an array of karts and high performance driving courses for drivers 8 years old and older.
   There is a new entrance to the park, and a large sign will direct visitors.
   Visit htpp:// for more information and details about the park.
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  Peyton downtown rejuvenated

   On Oct 13, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and on Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Peyton community will celebrate the restoration of its downtown shopping area, and introduce new businesses joining Peyton Junction Mercantile on Front Street — a street that was bustling in the 1900s. Desiree Schultz, the property owner, has spent the last 10 years getting the “small community commercial” zoning established to realize her vision of a bustling district in this century. “Our motto is ‘staying small on purpose,’” Schultz said. “This is an opportunity to do something for the local people.”
   The three new businesses at Peyton Junction are Lindsey’s Cottage, Frankie-Jeans and Haley J’s Boutique. The event will include activities and give-a-ways!
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  Chamber News
  By Jeremy Kniffen
  Liberty Tax

   The Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce met Sept. 6, with 30 members and guests present. Attendance is growing, and we encourage all businesses in the Eastern Plains area to attend and help us support our local community.
   The first presenter, Ronnie Wilson, spoke about a new District 49 Charter School, Liberty Tree Academy. Ronnie is a pastor of a local church and moved to the Meridian Ranch area in 2008. Liberty Tree Academy is affiliated with Hillsdale College and will be the 17th K-12 in the United States with this affiliation.
   Ronnie said they have received approval of their application from D 49 and are moving forward on securing a location for the school. They plan to open the K-8 portion of the school in the fall 2018, with additional grades added each subsequent year. They are working with a great pool of candidates for the principal position and hope to have one on board soon. Visit the website at
   Liberty Tree Academy is currently accepting bids for outfitting the classrooms and other facilities. Visit the website for more information.
   Matt Barrett with Peak Partners Leadership Academy and a former board member for Banning Lewis Ranch Academy presented information on The Peak Partners Leadership Academy, which connects community and business leaders to D 49 and encourages involvement with the district. The academy also provides an online leadership component, which helps facilitate group discussions during each session.
   The next session of the Peak Partners Leadership Academy begins in January 2018 and runs through March 2018, with meetings every other week. The sessions meet at various locations for dinner and usually run from 4:45 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, contact Matt Barrett at or 719-510-4196.
   In other business, the chamber has decided to support Shield616 with matching donations — contact the board for more information. The contact information is on the chamber website at
   Upcoming speakers:
   Nov. 1 — Mike Donahue will be the featured speaker, and will discuss his program, Value Up, which is focused on the issue of teen suicide.
   Dec. 6 -– Ben Hummel will be the featured speaker, discussing the proposed development at Woodmen Road and Meridian Road. Mr. Hummel is involved in the development of the complex, and will be sharing the latest information.
   If you are interested in being the featured speaker for one of the upcoming chamber meetings, contact the board at
   The Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce meets the first Wednesday of each month, from 7 to 8:30 a.m. at Grace Community Church, 9475 Grace Church View, Falcon.
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