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. 50 Plus Marketplace News . Denver Metro . June 2010 . Page 3 email Robert@ 50PlusMarketPlaceNews. com phone 303- 694- 5512 . 800- 445- 0062 fax 303- 516- 9863 mailing address 4400 Sioux Dr. Boulder, CO 80303 website www. 50plusmarketplacenews. com Published by Seniors Marketplace News, Inc. Serving: The cities & counties of Denver, Adams, Arapahoe, Broom-field, Douglas/ Elbert and Jefferson. 50 Plus Marketplace News, Inc. is published the first of each month for folks over the age of fifty and dedicated to providing information, programs, matters of interest, and services to Denver Metro citizens. 50 Plus has 298,000 metro readers monthly. The paper is distributed by home delivery and free newsstands in businesses that cater to the needs and interests of those over 50. 50 Plus Marketplace News, Inc. encourages contributions from readers and business in the form of articles, schedules and reported events. Articles and other written material under 250 words are to be emailed to sales@ 50plusmarketplacenews. com. Faxes and hand- written materials are not accepted. Pictures with captions are appreciated. Digital photos are accepted ( 170 to 300 dpi as JPEG files) and can be emailed as well. DEADLINE 10th of the Preceding Month Advertising supports all publication efforts. Call 303- 694- 5512 to request a media kit. Ads are accepted until the 16th of the month. They must be PDF files ( with fonts embedded and print optimized), or JPG files. Ad space is provided in column- inches, equating to fractions of a page, up to a full page, with many sizes to choose from. We have an excellent graphics design team by request. Publisher/ Editor Robert A. Trembly II Chief Financial Officer Michael Gumb Contributing Writers Denver area Senior Centers Denver area Agencies & Businesses All seniors organizations Ad Reps Raymond Speer, Harvey McWhorter Design/ Production Lynne Poole COHowN To RTeaAchC UsT Printed on 100% Recycled Paper COLORADO PRESS ASSOCIATION 2008 Associate Member Find Einstein Can you find the hidden Einstein in this paper? Expanding lives and minds with community- based educational programs. Call us at: 303- 320- 7652 www. ActiveMindsForLife. com Active Minds WANTED WE BUY PRODUCING AND NON PRODUCING MINERAL AND ROYALTY INTERESTS AGGRESSIvE PRICING 60 YEARS INDUSTRY ExPERIENCE FOR A NO- OBLIGATION OFFER CONTACT TOLL FREE ThOMAS LACY 1- 87- ROYALTIES 1- 877- 692- 5843 tllacy@ wilco- inc. com 2nd Annual Colorado Family His-tory Expo Don't miss it! Unlike most genealogical events, Family History Expos are held ten times a year in locations all across the U. S. They invite the best and brightest local and national speak-ers to every event to bring cutting edge information and technology. Classes are taught by nationally known authors, speakers, and gu-rus as well as rising stars with the latest technology in the industry. Sponsors and exhibitors at these events represent major nation-al genealogical software vendors and database companies- such as Legacy Family Tree, RootsMagic, Ohana Software, and Ancestral Quest- as well as FamilySearch, Ancestry. com and Footnote. com. Family History Expos provide an interactive family history ex-perience. You can try out a variety of genealogy tools in the Exhibit Hall, watch demos, and participate in lectures to gain hands- on skills that benefit you long after the Expo is over. If you have ever been interested in tracing your family history but haven't gotten around to it - now is the time! Join us in Loveland, Colorado, June 25th and 26th, for the Colo-rado Family History Expo. For in-formation, go to www. FHExpos. com or call 801- 820- 3295. Family History Expos, Inc. returns to Loveland

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