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Our banking team is always here for you!2001 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501 303-772-2296 The preservation of history— both figuratively and liter-ally—is part of what drove Mark and Jesse Sommers to start Circle Goods Reclaimed. The Berthoud business turns reclaimed wood into showcase pieces of bygone eras."We've done everything from a single table to a rustic accent wall to an entire kitchen," says Mark. "Our true passion lies in turning something old into a unique piece while maintaining its original charm."Their on-site lumber yard is a treasure trove of historical wood."Our stock of hand-hewn beams currently includes oak, pine and chestnut," says Jesse. "They come from barns all over the coun-try—some dating back to the 1800s—and they tell the story of the hard work and craftsmanship that went into building farms and homesteads across America."For Mark and Jesse, Berthoud is the perfect town for their business."People in this area truly value history and don't want to see it lost, even if it's only a pile of wood," says Mark. "They don't want mass-produced furniture or pre-fabricated cabinets. They're looking for unique pieces that are as authentic as they are. We love living in a community where peo-ple respect the backstory of the material as much as we do."RECLAIMING HISTORY—One Board at a Time533 East County Road 8, Berthoud(970) 344-5097If your house could talk, would it have anything interesting to say? Is there a story about the beams that hold up your wine cellar or a history behind the wood of your kitchen floor?At Circle Goods Reclaimed, we continue the lifecyle of older materials by reclaiming them and making them into something beautiful. Our lumber yard has clusters of historic wood dating back to the late 1800s.Whether you're looking for unique kitchen cabinets, a rustic accent wall or a custom frame for your grandparents' wedding portrait, we can help turn your concept into a reality. Visit our online gallery for inspiration and samples of our work. Call today to discuss your vision for a unique piece!533 East County Road 8, Berthoud(970) 344-5097 www.CircleGoodsReclaimed.comMark and Jesse Sommers, ownersMary PollBroker Associate970-412-7833mpoll@c3-re.comRichard Payne Jr.Broker Associate970-691-5222paynejr@c3-re.com2720 Council Tree Ave. Ste 178 Fort Collins, CO 80525mycolohome.comServing Berthoud and ALL of Northern ColoradoEXTENDEDCAMPUSLoveland Center at CenterraFINISH YOUR BACHELOR'S DEGREE ONLINEBerthoud Business Directory and Visitor's Guide 2017-2018 | 9

If it's outdoors, it's probably managed by Berthoud Parks and Recreation. The Department maintains the local parks and open space, develops and runs quality pro-grams for residents of all ages, and main-tains and manages the many sports facili-ties. Here's an overview of what's available in the Berthoud community:Berthoud Swimming Pool200 7th St., BerthoudThis municipal, six-lane outdoor pool offers a way to cool off for summer revelers of all ages! With a diving board, lifeguards, show-ers and locker rooms, it's a safe and enter-taining way for families to have fun. Lap swim, open swim, and private swim lessons are all available. Swimmers can pay daily, with a punch pass or family pass, or even rent the pool as a group for pool parties. BERTHOUD Park 200th 7th St., BerthoudLocated next to the pool, Berthoud Park makes for the perfect get-together thanks to two pavilions equipped with outdoor grills, restrooms and picnic tables. Everyone will have something to do thanks to the offerings like basketball, sand volleyball, horseshoe pits and tennis court. The park also features two baseball fields.Bein Park Baseball Complex & Soccer FieldCorner of Spartan Ave. and 10th St., BerthoudThe Bein Park Sports Complex offers two baseball fields equipped with lights, rest-rooms, concessions and covered dugouts. The park also features a multi-use field with soccer goals. The field is surrounded by a fitness trail and features a playground.The Berthoud Skate ParkCorner of Mountain Ave. and 2nd St., BerthoudThis public park recently expanded, adding two ¼ pipes along with numerous rails and boxes. Open to skate boarders and bikers.Pioneer Park115 E. Indiana Ave., BerthoudThis beautiful community park offers a playground, outdoor hockey rink, bas-ketball court, a community garden, three pavilions, a bocce court and horseshoe pits, all bordered by a 2.5-acre pond with a boulder sitting area and loop trail.Fickel Park620 Mountain Ave., BerthoudIf you love art you won't want to miss the display of sculptures from local artists. There's also plenty of shade, lighted tennis courts, picnic tables, and lots of open grass. Many of the Town's local events and festi-vals are hosted at this location.Railroad ParkCorner of Mountain Ave. and 3rd St., BerthoudDespite being Berthoud's smallest park, vis-itors will enjoy picnic tables and an abun-dance of shade trees.Collins ParkIntersection of Meadowlark Dr. and Chokeberry St., BerthoudThis park offers two acres of lush grass and a playground.Roberts LakeSoutheast corner of Bunyan Ave. and N. 10th St., BerthoudWith open grass, a soft-surface walk-ing path and plenty of waterfowl, there's plenty to see. Relax on the dock or fish from the stocked pond. Hillsdale ParkJust south of Kansas Ave., BerthoudLocated within the Dry Creek flood plain, this 11-acre park features a mile-loop soft-surface walking trail, close-up views of nature and a nature information kiosk.For a fee, parks can be reserved for a half day or full day. To reserve any of Berthoud's Parks, call 970-532-1600 or request a res-ervation online at is very protective of its natural habitat and has the integration of sustain-able practices for things like trails, land-scaping and dark sky standards specified down to the tiniest detail and written right into the intent of its municipal code. The preservation of the environment is a prior-ity, and a dedicated Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PORT) Plan serves as a refer-ence for all development.To learn more about Berthoud's options for outdoor fun, visit 5 Hot Spots for Cool Water FunHorsetooth 6.5 miles of water for fishing, boating, swimming, scuba diving and water skiing. The reservoir is surrounded by 1,900 acres of public lands, offering additional fun through camping, picnicking, hiking and rock climbing.Carter the day sailing, swimming, fishing, water skiing or scuba diving at this beautiful 1,100-acre reservoir surrounded by 1,000 acres of public lands.Pinewood for a nearby place to fish or do some no-wake speed boating? This 100-acre reser-voir is surrounded by 327 acres of public lands.Flatiron the family to this 47-acre reservoir for a day of fishing. You can picnic on your day trip, or stay overnight, as camping is allowed. Flatiron Reservoir is surrounded by 200 acres of public lands.Boyd Lake State, swimming, fishing, jet skiing, oh my! This park even has its own marina where you can rent boats, wave runners and boat slips, among other things. Photo: Horsetooth Reservoir, Credit: Charles WillgrenBerthoud's Exploringoutdoors10 | Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce | | 970.532.4200