Weld Found Podcast
Courageous Women and the County that Loves Them

Courageous Women and the County that Loves Them

August 25, 2019

This show highlights four incredibly courageous women: Rattlesnake Kate (local Weld County legend), Neyla Pekarek (formerly of The Lumineers), Katie Shilts (Women’s Fund Board President), and Mary Claxton (of the band Trash Cat). 

Did you know Monday, August 26th is Women’s Equality Day and commemorates the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment? This amendment gave women the right to vote. So it's an excellent time to release episode 2 of the Weld Found Podcast, titled “Courageous Women and the County that Loves Them”

This is a good one. Share it with someone who needs some enCOURAGEment. 

Out of the Garage and into the Neighborhood

Out of the Garage and into the Neighborhood

August 14, 2019

“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 what you hear and come away with new approaches to living in community. 

Also, you’ll hear a segment from city of Greeley Mayor, John Gates.

The Opening Story

The Opening Story

June 20, 2019

When I was 9, I got locked in our garage.
This five minute story tells how I got out and compares this experience to where we are in today's culture: living in an age of social isolation and disconnection.

How do we get out of the garage and begin to belong in community? 

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