How do you hope to be remembered? What would you like your legacy to be? Join our tour of Linn Grove Cemetery as we stroll through stories of history, heritage, and intrigue in this most recent episode of Weld Found.
What does home mean to you?What would it look like to make a new home, in a new place, if you had to leave? In this episode we ask those questions and also find that becoming a welcoming community has a drastic impact on our area’s economics, culture, and connectivity. Join us as we tour the place that does welcoming best:The […]
“We found joy here during the hardest time in our lives; a time when we were the most busy, most stressed. We would walk through the door on a Saturday and would breathe a sigh of relief. First, through the eyes of my daughter and then I fell in love too.” – Michelle Kempema, CEO […]
Did you know August 26th is Women’s Equality Day and commemorates the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment? The day actually celebrates a 100 year centennial in 2020. What an excellent time to release episode 2 of the Weld Found Podcast, titled “Courageous Women and the County that Loves Them”. This show highlights four women from Weld […]
“We have the entire equation backwards.” -Dr. Josh Packard, Sociologist What if we are approaching community all wrong? And our backwards approach could be creating more loneliness than connection? In episode 1 of Weld Found we have an inciting conversation with Dr. Packard about belonging in this age of social isolation. You’ll be surprised by […]
Weld Community Foundation has sponsored the production of a podcast about true community. It’s a highly-produced, story-driven series focused on philanthropy, history, current events, county leaders and culture in WELD county. The content will ask questions, inspire, and drive people to seek out the heart of what is means to belong to a place. We […]