The Silverthorne Police Department would like to thank everyone who helped with the Adopt-an-Angel program this year. As always, the community members and businesses of this county were extremely generous. We received many donations and gifts from the community, which made this program possible and helped many families have a festive Christmas. We also had many volunteers who helped prepare for the event and on the day of the event with registration and gift wrapping. We could not have done the event without them. We would also like to thank the town of Silverthorne and the Silverthorne Pavilion staff for their assistance. In addition, we would like to thank the following people/businesses for their assistance: Assisting agencies: Breckenridge, Frisco and Dillon police departments and the Summit County Sheriff's Office, Red, White and Blue Copper Mountain and Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue fire departments, the Summit County Ambulance Service, the District Attorney's Office, Colorado West and Summit County Court. Referral Agencies: Social Services, Public Health, the Community Care Clinic, FIRC, the School District, Mountain Mentors, Head Start, Early Intervention, Summit County Nursing, Summit School District and Community Connections. Tree Locations and assisting businesses: Breckenridge Resort Chamber, Wal-Mart, City Market Dillon, Target, Lowe's, Silverthorne & Breckenridge Recreation Centers, Osh Kosh, Carters, Peek-a-Boo Toys, Krystal 93, High Country Health Care, All-Valley Storage, Old Chicago, The Outlets at Silverthorne, Target, Vail Resorts Echo, Cutthroat Anglers, Red Buffalo Coffee and Tea, Rotary Club of Summit County, Summit County Elks Lodge, Around-the-World Toys and Chipotle. Media: Summit Daily News, Krystal 93, and SCTV. Thank you again for your generosity and assistance with this program!
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