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News in brief

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO, Colorado

ASPEN – Pitkin County is now accepting grant applications from area nonprofits and health and human service agencies for funding in 2012.

The deadline for applications is Aug. 1. Grant information is available at http://www.aspenpitkin.com/Departments/Grants, or call Mitzi Ledingham at 920-5766 for more information.

ASPEN – Aspen-based community television station GrassRoots TV has added three new programs to its traditional summer offerings.

The station is available on cable channel 12 from Aspen to Catherine Store, and channel 82 from Carbondale to Glenwood Springs. GrassRoots airs throughout the Roaring Fork Valley on channel 29.3.

The new programming includes:

• “This Week with The Aspen Music Festival and School,” a weekly preview of the festival’s upcoming events and concerts;

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• “MomsTV,” a new presentation of Youth Zone and the Snowmass Chapel with host Charla Belinski, a local parent educator, and:

• “Serving God,” a quirky, one-hour Bible study program presented by participants in the Tuesday morning men’s Bible Study.

In addition to these new shows, GrassRoots TV produces more than 200 original programs created by local residents, most of which air at least five times. Along with the GrassRoots TV program schedule and live stream, all of the station’s programs are permanently archived and available on demand at http://www.grassrootstv.org.

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