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From the NFH Team

Summer may be the most celebrated season. Well, unfold your lawn chairs and fill the inflatable swimming pool – the official start of summer is June 21. As the sun blazes overhead, adults and kids alike revel in the joys of the season.School is out, but Falcon School District 49 is working to prepare for next fall. Read Acting Superintendent David Bond’s column about district happenings, including curriculum updates, D 49 Web site services and central office summer hours.Reading a good book is how many pass the summer days. Soon, Falcon residents will have the opportunity to patronize a local Pikes Peak Library District branch. JoAnn McNabb reports about PPLD fundraising efforts, services that will be available at the new library branch and its expected time of completion.As we wait for the library branch to open, Falcon residents can borrow books from Mobile Library Services, also known as the bookmobile. Before you head over to the bookmobile, read Kathy Hare’s book review. She may have a suggestion as to what book to check out for summer reading. Also, don’t miss the PPLD Mobile Library Services schedule, listed at the back of the paper.Mountain View Electric Association has a new building and is supporting renewable energy solutions sustained by the sun and wind around Falcon. Read JoAnn’s article about MVEA and their steps to incorporate green technology.Pesky bugs can be more than a nuisance during the summer months. Kandi Buckland from the El Paso County Department of Health and Environment relays information about the mounting threat of West Nile virus in El Paso County and what we can do to protect ourselves.Summer is finally here. From everyone at The New Falcon Herald, lather on the sunscreen, and enjoy the lazy days and warm weather.– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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