The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance is seeking items for display in the ski museum in Breck, including old Breckenridge Ski Resort maps, brochures, lift tickets, season passes, photographs, Ullr posters and other memorabilia from the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s. Contact Beth Johnson at (970) 393-0776 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to donate or loan an item for the ski museum exhibit.
Parents of children in middle school or high school are invited to join the Family & Intercultural Resource Center for Dialogue Over Dinner on Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Summit Middle School cafeteria. Justin Pollack of Mountain River Naturopathic Clinic will be speaking on nutrition and health for teens. The cost is free and dinner and child care are provided. RSVP with FIRC at (970) 262-3888 ext 330 or email email@example.com .
An unofficial "Commanders Call" will take place at Adriano's Bistro 240 Lake Dillon Dr. on Sept. 29 beginning at 2 p.m. This is a chance for all retired, active duty or veterans of all branches of the US Armed Forces to get together and meet with all those who have served the military. It will be hosted by a retired General who makes Dillon his home.Call (970) 368-0508 after 3 p.m. daily to make required reservations. Seating is limited, 18 years and older.
The Summit-Lake Dillon Optimist Club is now conducting its annual ski pass raffle. A $2 ticket (or six tickets for $10) buys a chance to win a season pass to Copper Mountain, Loveland, A-Basin, or the Vail Epic Pass.Your local Optimist Club supports a wide variety of activities for the youth of Summit County, including basketball, volleyball, oratorical and essay contests, and chess tournaments. The proceeds from the ski pass raffle are used to provide scholarships to graduating seniors at Summit High School. The drawing is Oct. 17 at 12:30 p.m. at the Summit County Community and Senior Center and you do not need to be present to win. Tickets are available at any Alpine Bank or First Bank location, Dillon Ridge Liquor, or the Edward Jones office of Mark Nunn in Frisco.