"Dancing & Delectables," a fundraiser for the SHS Music Dept. on Feb. 7 was an amazing success that to the many businesses in Summit County that contributed:A&A Pet Store, Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, Abbey's Coffee, Alpine Accents Furniture, The Barnyard, Bed Bath & Beyond, Big O Tires, Blue River Mattress, Blue Sage Spa, The Boatyard, Breckenridge Recreation Center, Brooks Furniture, Butterhorn Bakery, CafeProFusion, Cala Inn, Cameez Frozen Yogurt, Chiropractic Health & Acupuncture, Circle A Auto Repair, City Market Breckenridge, City Market Silverthorne, Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute, Copy Copy, Crown Caf, Custom Eyes, Deli Belly's, Dillon Dam Brewery, Dr. Ronald Gilligan DDS, Foot's Rest Eatery, Frisco Adventure Park, Frisco Nails, Gatherhouse, Grand Timber Lodge, Hacienda Real, Hearthstone Restaurant, Himalayan Cuisine, Krystal 93 Radio, Lilli's Light, Lisa Rode at First Impressions Salon, Local Spa, Log Cabin Caf, Lowe's, Mary's Mountain Cookies, Mi Casa Restaurant, The Moose Jaw, Mr. Clean's Ol' Time Barber Shop, Mountain Man Nut & Fruit, Neils Lunceford Nursery, Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Nature's Own Rock Shop, New Moon Caf, The Next Page/The Tea Bar, Office Max, Ollie's Pub & Grub, Pediatric Dental Group, PeakABoo Toys, Peppino's Pizza , Podium Sports , Prost Beer & Sausage, Red Buffalo Coffee Shop, Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters, Sahn Taekwando, Santa Fe Trading Post, Silverthorne Pavilion, Silverthorne Recreation Center, Smiling Moose Deli, Starbuck's Frisco Team Managers, Summit County Television Channel 10, Summit Daily News, Summit Swing Dance, Toscato's Restaurant, Upper Hand Salon, Walmart, and The Warming Hut Restaurant.We can't thank you enough for your generosity.
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