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 City Council candidate Nicole Johnston gets a hug from a supporter, after hearing of her likely victory, during the Arapahoe County Dems watch party, Nov. 7 at El Tequileno.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

City Council candidate Nicole Johnston gets a hug from a supporter, after hearing of her likely victory, during the Arapahoe County Dems watch party, Nov. 7 at El Tequileno. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Officer Jeremiah Miles, dressed as Superman, waves to a floor of children, Oct. 17, after rappelling from the rooftop of Children's Hospital. Superhero friends rappelled from the rooftop to surprise patients and their families, stopping at various floors of the hospital to wave hello.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Officer Jeremiah Miles, dressed as Superman, waves to a floor of children, Oct. 17, after rappelling from the rooftop of Children's Hospital. Superhero friends rappelled from the rooftop to surprise patients and their families, stopping at various floors of the hospital to wave hello. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Officer Rob McGregor plays with legos with kids from Yale Elementary, Oct. 4, as part of the new Friends of the Force program. With Friends of the Force, Aurora police officers attend after school programs to give the children an opportunity to get to know the police officers on a more personal and remove the sometimes negative stigma children may have about police officers.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Officer Rob McGregor plays with legos with kids from Yale Elementary, Oct. 4, as part of the new Friends of the Force program. With Friends of the Force, Aurora police officers attend after school programs to give the children an opportunity to get to know the police officers on a more personal and remove the sometimes negative stigma children may have about police officers. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Justin Dion (3) strolls through the pumpkin patch, Oct. 8 at the second day of the Punkin Chunkin Competition and Festival. The event offered face painting, a pumpkin patch, blow-up corn maze and a pumpkin chunking competition, which is one of just five events sanctioned by the World Championship Punkin Chunkin organization. Justin is no stranger to the competition as this was his third year attending the festival. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Justin Dion (3) strolls through the pumpkin patch, Oct. 8 at the second day of the Punkin Chunkin Competition and Festival. The event offered face painting, a pumpkin patch, blow-up corn maze and a pumpkin chunking competition, which is one of just five events sanctioned by the World Championship Punkin Chunkin organization. Justin is no stranger to the competition as this was his third year attending the festival.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Laura Lustig, a dental student at the Anschutz Medical Campus, views the collection of Rembrandt etchings, Oct. 9 in The Art Gallery of the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Laura Lustig, a dental student at the Anschutz Medical Campus, views the collection of Rembrandt etchings, Oct. 9 in The Art Gallery of the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 The staff of the Children's Hospital flooded the hospital lobby donning Halloween costumes as they performed choreographed dances in a flash mob, Oct. 31. With a costume contest to follow, patients and their families lined the walkways of the hospital to watch the performance take place in the atrium. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

The staff of the Children's Hospital flooded the hospital lobby donning Halloween costumes as they performed choreographed dances in a flash mob, Oct. 31. With a costume contest to follow, patients and their families lined the walkways of the hospital to watch the performance take place in the atrium.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Endale Getahun adjusts the sliders of his mixing board, Oct. 2 in KETO studio, located in an administration building on the Aurora Central High School campus. His  radio station, KETO 93.9, went live on Sept. 11 2017, Ethiopia's independence day, and is the only Ethiopian FM radio station in the U.S. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Endale Getahun adjusts the sliders of his mixing board, Oct. 2 in KETO studio, located in an administration building on the Aurora Central High School campus. His  radio station, KETO 93.9, went live on Sept. 11 2017, Ethiopia's independence day, and is the only Ethiopian FM radio station in the U.S.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Those in need of the services provided by Friend of St. Andrew, line up outside the facility, Nov. 28. As well as serving over 100 individuals a fully cooked lunch, daily, Friends of St. Andrew also serves as a food bank, offering three days worth of food per individual, every 30 days.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Those in need of the services provided by Friend of St. Andrew, line up outside the facility, Nov. 28. As well as serving over 100 individuals a fully cooked lunch, daily, Friends of St. Andrew also serves as a food bank, offering three days worth of food per individual, every 30 days. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Jim Servin pulls items from the shelves of the food bank, filling orders, which last approximately three days, Nov. 28 at Friends of St. Andrew. Food banks like this are particularly busy during this time of the year and are in serious need of donations.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Jim Servin pulls items from the shelves of the food bank, filling orders, which last approximately three days, Nov. 28 at Friends of St. Andrew. Food banks like this are particularly busy during this time of the year and are in serious need of donations. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Joshua Fobbs, a graduate of the Boulder Bridge House Ready To Work program, relaxes in the cafeteria of the Bridge House. Fobbs is a big advocate of the program at Bridge House, and credits it for his success in staying on the right path to success in clean living and keeping a job. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Joshua Fobbs, a graduate of the Boulder Bridge House Ready To Work program, relaxes in the cafeteria of the Bridge House. Fobbs is a big advocate of the program at Bridge House, and credits it for his success in staying on the right path to success in clean living and keeping a job.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 John Burgreen, sits for a portrait in his single-bed unit, Oct. 26 at the Bridge House in Boulder. Most of the men's sleeping units at the Bridge House sleep four, with a few single-bed units, which can be earned through a variety of achievements in the program, being available as well.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

John Burgreen, sits for a portrait in his single-bed unit, Oct. 26 at the Bridge House in Boulder. Most of the men's sleeping units at the Bridge House sleep four, with a few single-bed units, which can be earned through a variety of achievements in the program, being available as well. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

City Council candidate Nicole Johnston gets a hug from a supporter, after hearing of her likely victory, during the Arapahoe County Dems watch party, Nov. 7 at El Tequileno. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Officer Jeremiah Miles, dressed as Superman, waves to a floor of children, Oct. 17, after rappelling from the rooftop of Children's Hospital. Superhero friends rappelled from the rooftop to surprise patients and their families, stopping at various floors of the hospital to wave hello. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Officer Rob McGregor plays with legos with kids from Yale Elementary, Oct. 4, as part of the new Friends of the Force program. With Friends of the Force, Aurora police officers attend after school programs to give the children an opportunity to get to know the police officers on a more personal and remove the sometimes negative stigma children may have about police officers. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Justin Dion (3) strolls through the pumpkin patch, Oct. 8 at the second day of the Punkin Chunkin Competition and Festival. The event offered face painting, a pumpkin patch, blow-up corn maze and a pumpkin chunking competition, which is one of just five events sanctioned by the World Championship Punkin Chunkin organization. Justin is no stranger to the competition as this was his third year attending the festival.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Laura Lustig, a dental student at the Anschutz Medical Campus, views the collection of Rembrandt etchings, Oct. 9 in The Art Gallery of the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

The staff of the Children's Hospital flooded the hospital lobby donning Halloween costumes as they performed choreographed dances in a flash mob, Oct. 31. With a costume contest to follow, patients and their families lined the walkways of the hospital to watch the performance take place in the atrium.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Endale Getahun adjusts the sliders of his mixing board, Oct. 2 in KETO studio, located in an administration building on the Aurora Central High School campus. His  radio station, KETO 93.9, went live on Sept. 11 2017, Ethiopia's independence day, and is the only Ethiopian FM radio station in the U.S.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Those in need of the services provided by Friend of St. Andrew, line up outside the facility, Nov. 28. As well as serving over 100 individuals a fully cooked lunch, daily, Friends of St. Andrew also serves as a food bank, offering three days worth of food per individual, every 30 days. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Jim Servin pulls items from the shelves of the food bank, filling orders, which last approximately three days, Nov. 28 at Friends of St. Andrew. Food banks like this are particularly busy during this time of the year and are in serious need of donations. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Joshua Fobbs, a graduate of the Boulder Bridge House Ready To Work program, relaxes in the cafeteria of the Bridge House. Fobbs is a big advocate of the program at Bridge House, and credits it for his success in staying on the right path to success in clean living and keeping a job.
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

John Burgreen, sits for a portrait in his single-bed unit, Oct. 26 at the Bridge House in Boulder. Most of the men's sleeping units at the Bridge House sleep four, with a few single-bed units, which can be earned through a variety of achievements in the program, being available as well. 
Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 City Council candidate Nicole Johnston gets a hug from a supporter, after hearing of her likely victory, during the Arapahoe County Dems watch party, Nov. 7 at El Tequileno.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Officer Jeremiah Miles, dressed as Superman, waves to a floor of children, Oct. 17, after rappelling from the rooftop of Children's Hospital. Superhero friends rappelled from the rooftop to surprise patients and their families, stopping at various floors of the hospital to wave hello.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Officer Rob McGregor plays with legos with kids from Yale Elementary, Oct. 4, as part of the new Friends of the Force program. With Friends of the Force, Aurora police officers attend after school programs to give the children an opportunity to get to know the police officers on a more personal and remove the sometimes negative stigma children may have about police officers.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Justin Dion (3) strolls through the pumpkin patch, Oct. 8 at the second day of the Punkin Chunkin Competition and Festival. The event offered face painting, a pumpkin patch, blow-up corn maze and a pumpkin chunking competition, which is one of just five events sanctioned by the World Championship Punkin Chunkin organization. Justin is no stranger to the competition as this was his third year attending the festival. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Laura Lustig, a dental student at the Anschutz Medical Campus, views the collection of Rembrandt etchings, Oct. 9 in The Art Gallery of the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 The staff of the Children's Hospital flooded the hospital lobby donning Halloween costumes as they performed choreographed dances in a flash mob, Oct. 31. With a costume contest to follow, patients and their families lined the walkways of the hospital to watch the performance take place in the atrium. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Endale Getahun adjusts the sliders of his mixing board, Oct. 2 in KETO studio, located in an administration building on the Aurora Central High School campus. His  radio station, KETO 93.9, went live on Sept. 11 2017, Ethiopia's independence day, and is the only Ethiopian FM radio station in the U.S. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Those in need of the services provided by Friend of St. Andrew, line up outside the facility, Nov. 28. As well as serving over 100 individuals a fully cooked lunch, daily, Friends of St. Andrew also serves as a food bank, offering three days worth of food per individual, every 30 days.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Jim Servin pulls items from the shelves of the food bank, filling orders, which last approximately three days, Nov. 28 at Friends of St. Andrew. Food banks like this are particularly busy during this time of the year and are in serious need of donations.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Joshua Fobbs, a graduate of the Boulder Bridge House Ready To Work program, relaxes in the cafeteria of the Bridge House. Fobbs is a big advocate of the program at Bridge House, and credits it for his success in staying on the right path to success in clean living and keeping a job. Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 John Burgreen, sits for a portrait in his single-bed unit, Oct. 26 at the Bridge House in Boulder. Most of the men's sleeping units at the Bridge House sleep four, with a few single-bed units, which can be earned through a variety of achievements in the program, being available as well.  Photo by Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel