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Old 03-29-2007, 02:13 PM
 
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Is there a lot of gang problems in the Colorado Springs area?
Do you know roughly what side of town Boeing is located in Colorado Springs?
What towns or areas/sectors of the town are within no more then 15 minutes from Boeing?
What about the group called Focus on the Family?
Is this a church?
If so where are they located in CS?
Are the trees plentiful in the CS area?
What kind of wildlife lives there in Colorado?
Is there good hunting in that state?
How old does a teen have to be in order to start working in the state of Colorado?
Are there a lot of homeschool groups in the CS area?
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Old 03-30-2007, 09:36 AM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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Is there a lot of gang problems in the Colorado Springs area?
No, there is not.
Do you know roughly what side of town Boeing is located in Colorado Springs?
Boeing (employees) are located at a few different places. The main Boeing building is near Woodmen and I-25 (you could have found this out yourself with google maps.) I think there is or was another one near Academy and Fountain??? However many employees work on the military bases around town and in Denver too. There is a Boeing building not too far from Denver airport.
What towns or areas/sectors of the town are within no more then 15 minutes from Boeing?
Look at my answer above and play around with "driving directions" in the google maps tool.
What about the group called Focus on the Family?
They have a free indoor playground there. That's about all I know.
Is this a church?
Not sure.
If so where are they located in CS?
Use google maps.
Are the trees plentiful in the CS area?
What does "plentiful" mean? Some parts of the springs and front range area used to be (and I guess still are) prairie; Other parts are part of the Black Forest. Most of the newer developments have had trees planted as part of neighborhood landscaping.
What kind of wildlife lives there in Colorado?
This can be answered from the internet online encyclopedias.
Is there good hunting in that state?
I have heard this to be true.
How old does a teen have to be in order to start working in the state of Colorado?
13?
Are there a lot of homeschool groups in the CS area?
I have heard this to be true and I think there have been previous threads discussing this. Do a couple of searches in the Colorado Springs forum for "home school" and also for "homeschool" and for "homeschooling".
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Old 03-30-2007, 11:22 AM
 
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To answer your question about Focus on the Family -- it started out as a ministry providing resources for churches and evangelical Christians in how to raise families. Although unabashedly religious, Focus on the Family is not a church or directly connected to one particular denomination. However, Focus on the Family has since morphed into more of a political organization rallying activism for socially conservative causes. Its founder, Dr. James Dobson, is increasingly criticized for pushing a right-wing political agenda.
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Old 04-01-2007, 12:42 AM
 
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How old does a teen have to be in order to start working in the state of Colorado?

The Federal Law states: The minimum age for employment in most industries is 14 years of age. Youth 14 and 15 may work outside school hours in various non-manufacturing, non-mining and non-hazardous jobs.
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