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— In collaboration with Arapahoe High School (AHS) and Littleton
Adventist Hospital, the family and friends of Claire Davis are creating Clarity Commons—a
one-acre, park-like environment that will be built at the corner of Dry
Creek Road and South University Boulevard on the campus of AHS, to
honor the life and memory of Claire. Clarity Commons will
provide a tranquil quiet area where the students and faculty of AHS can
go to study, converse, reflect and relax, and will include areas for
individuals and small groups, as well as space for outside classrooms,
larger group gatherings and outdoor activities. Work on Clarity Commons is scheduled to begin in early June and will be completed before AHS starts school in mid-August.
“The purpose of Clarity Commons is
to create a safe and appealing area for the AHS community that
encourages learning, individual growth and respect for others,” said
Michael Davis, Claire’s father. “We know that Claire’s personality will
be reflected in Clarity Commons and are grateful that this will be a calming space for the community for many years to come.”
Featuring berms that will reduce noise,
beautiful mature trees, a paved walkway, picnic tables, benches and a
large, centrally located granite pillar engraved with inspirational
thoughts and quotes, Clarity Commons celebrates Claire’s love of life, the outdoors and her ability to bring people together through her happy and optimistic spirit.
“Part of our mission is to nurture the health of the people in our community. Clarity Commons provides
respite for the body, mind and soul, giving students, faculty and the
community a place where they can be filled with hope and peace. We are
blessed to help celebrate Claire’s life in this way,” stated Brett
Spenst, president and CEO of Littleton Adventist Hospital.
“It is our hope that Clarity Commons will
be a place of healing and encouragement for our students and faculty,”
said Natalie Pramenko, Arapahoe High School principal.
Clarity Commons will
also provide a venue for inspirational messages from the entire
community. In addition to the granite pillar inscribed with quotations,
there will be a plaza area and adjacent walkway where members of the
community can purchase pavers inscribed with personal messages of hope
and encouragement for future generations of students and faculty.
You can learn more about the plans for Clarity Commons, and get more information about the pavers, including how to contribute, at www.rmahf.org/claritycommons.
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Arapahoe High School (AHS) commits itself to
continued excellence in education while utilizing the ever-changing
innovations in communication and technology. Serving more than 2,200
students, with 117 faculty members, AHS is a comprehensive preparatory
four-year high school with a national reputation of excellence. For more
information, visit http://arapahoe.littletonpublicschools.net.
Littleton Adventist Hospital is part of
Centura Health, the region’s leading health care network. LAH is an
acute-care, 231-bed hospital and Level II Trauma Center with more than
1,300 physicians; 1,200 associates and nearly 300 volunteers. We are
recognized for specializing in trauma, emergency care, stroke,
neurology, orthopedics, women and children's services and more.
Littleton Adventist Hospital is for you, with you, and growing together
for 25 years. For more information about Littleton Adventist Hospital,
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