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Colorado Springs/Pueblo News Releases for Sat. May. 27 - 4:57 pm
Thu. 05/25/17
Silver Key CEO Wins National Award
Silver Key Senior Services - 05/25/17 9:19 AM
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) President Catherine Anne Seal, CELA, CAP, selected Patricia Ellis, President and CEO, Silver Key Senior Services, as the recipient of the 2017 President's Recognition Award.

Each year, the current NAELA President selects an outstanding individual or organization to receive the President's Recognition Award. The recipient will also receive a donation from NAELA.

Catherine Seal will present the award to Patricia Ellis at Silver Key's offices at 1625 S. Murray Blvd, May 25th, at 3:30 p.m.

Since 1971, Silver Key has advocated for senior empowerment, offering services to maintain independence, safety, and quality of life, including case management, nutrition, and transportation services.
Wed. 05/24/17
Peterson Wing marks 25th anniversary
Peterson Air Force Base - 05/24/17 7:00 AM
Media are invited as Peterson Air Force Base hosts the 21st Space Wing's silver anniversary at 10 a.m. May 25, at the Peterson Air and Space Museum. Gate call at the Peterson AFB Visitors Center is 9:15 a.m. For information or to RSVP, contact the 21st Space Wing Public Affairs Office at 556-5185 by 4:30 p.m. May 24.
Tue. 05/23/17
Mon. 05/22/17
21st Space Wing celebrates silver anniversary
Peterson Air Force Base - 05/22/17 7:21 AM
Peterson Air Force Base is hosting a commemorative event to mark the 21st Space Wing's silver anniversary at 10 a.m. May 25, at the Peterson Air and Space Museum.

The event will pay tribute to the wing's accomplishments over the past 25 years, show appreciation to the Colorado Springs community for their support, and unveil the contents of a time capsule to preserve a historical cache of items from units across the wing.

Guest speakers include Col. Douglas Schiess, 21st Space Wing commander, and Jeff Greene, Mayor John Suthers' chief of staff.

From its first day on May 15, 1992, the wing conducted its primary mission of missile warning and has grown to be one of the most geographically dispersed wings in the Air Force, with a worldwide network of assigned missile warning, space surveillance and communication units. It is comprised of six groups, 42 units at 25 locations worldwide with approximately 4,300 Airmen, including civilians and contractors dedicated to conducting the mission.

The 21st Space Wing evolved to include the new mission area of space surveillance, which involves an arena of activities ranging from routine space tracking and space object identification, to event processing and orbital safety.

As the host unit at Peterson Air Force Base, the wing is a proud member of the Colorado Springs community and brings with it a $1.27 billion annual economic impact to the state.