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Date Time City Location
February 16 7 p.m. Boulder Boulder Broker Inn
February 17 7 p.m. Windsor Pelican Lakes Golf Club
February 23 12 noon Boulder UMC/Aspen Room (CU Students)
February 24 7:30 a.m. Boulder Old Main Chapel (CU Faculty & Staff)
February 24 6 p.m. Denver Blake Street Tavern
February 25 7:30 a.m. Boulder Boulder Broker Inn
March 2 7 p.m. Erie Colorado National Golf Club
April 27 5:30 p.m. Denver Cool River Restaurant, Denver Tech Center (Directions)

BOULDER University of Colorado Athletic Director Mike Bohn has announced an addition to the schedule of “YOUR TEAM” town hall meetings to discuss the state of the athletic department.  On Monday, April 27, Bohn, men's basketball coach Jeff Bzdelik and women's tennis coach Nicole Kenneally will be at the Cool River Cafe in Greenwood Village at 5:30 p.m.

“In an effort to gain valuable feedback, stimulate new ideas and educate our fan base, we look forward to seeing broad based participation and involvement,” Bohn said.  “Our previous experience with this format has proved beneficial in helping us to continue to build relationships with numerous constituent groups.”

In 2005, his first year at CU, Bohn conducted a number of meetings along the Front Range to give CU constituents an opportunity to share their opinions and ideas about CU athletics with him as well as give him a chance to meet the community at-large.

This year, given the economic realities the state of Colorado and nation are facing, Bohn will share an interactive presentation with the public on the status of the athletic department, as well as taking questions and other feedback from those in attendance.

Statewide, meetings were already held this winter in Boulder, Denver, Erie and Windsor.