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June 3, 2013
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Breckenridge Dining Passports

The Breckenridge Restaurant Association (BRA) is offering spring dining specials at participating restaurants as a fundraiser for its scholarship program. In 2013 alone, the BRA awarded about $9,000 in scholarships to local high school students. In order to replenish this fund, the $10 donation for the passports will go toward the scholarship program. This also allows the BRA to support other community events and programs, including the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, the Dew Tour, various concerts and events, customer service training and the culinary kitchen at Colorado Mountain College. Breckenridge Dining Passports are each valid for two people and get specials valid now through June 13. Passports are available at the Breckenridge Welcome Center and participating restaurants.

Organ transplant support group meeting

Tuesday, May 21, from 7-8:30 p.m. at Summit County Community and Senior Center, 0083 Nancy’s Place, CR 1014, Frisco, CO 80443. All pre- and post-transplant patients welcome. We look forward to seeing you. Please contact David Bailey with questions, (970) 485-5884.

Alma walking tour

Celebrate Preservation Month by joining the Park County Office of Historic Preservation and the South Park National Heritage Area for a free guided walking tour of historic Alma on Saturday, May 18. Before the tour, the South Park National Heritage Area will unveil its new walking tour of Alma designed for smartphones. All participants receive a free gift. After the tour, join OHP and SPNHA staff members for light refreshments and a door-prize giveaway at the historic Alma Town Hall. The tour begins at 10 a.m. at the Alma Town Hall, 59 E. Buckskin Road, Alma, CO 80420. Contact Amy Unger at (719) 836-4292 for more information.

Go2Work workshops for job seekers

Drop in any time on Tuesdays between noon and 4 p.m. in Computer Lab Room 11 at Colorado Mountain College in Dillon. Services available include: computer access, Internet job searches, job application and resume assistance, interviewing skills, interest inventories, computer-based work-skill enhancement, skill assessment and certification through ACT WorkKeys. Also: skill training through Career Ready 101, a web-based study program; information on Colorado Mountain College classes and financial aid; information on other training and educational resources; online registration for Colorado WorkForce Center; information regarding WIA (WorkForce Investment Act) benefits; and referrals to additional services.

Brain-injury support group

Please join us on May 23 at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, in the cafe on the first floor, from 5:30-6:30 pm. We will be having guest speakers Dr. Penny Montgomery and Dr. Glenda Lippmann, from New Hope for the Brain, who will be presenting “Learning About Brain Wave Evaluations and Training after a Brain Injury.”

They will review how psychological support to both clients and families can help. This support group is for all brain-injury survivors, their supporters and friends and meets the fourth Thursday of every month. Please join us! For more information, please contact Kim Ramey, director of PT/OT/ST, at (970) 668-6980 in the therapy department at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center/Avalanche PT and Sports Rehabilitation.

Sales/use tax class for hospitality industry

The Colorado Department of Revenue offers this class for all current business owners in the hospitality industry, tax professionals who prepare sales tax returns for this industry or consult with them on this topic and anyone else interested in learning more about the sales/use tax laws that affect this industry. Topics covered in this class include legislation changes affecting this industry, taxable/non-taxable purchases/sales, various taxing jurisdictions and available resources and online services. June: Thursday, June 20, 2012, 1-4 p.m., Breckenridge. Pre-registration is required. Details can be found at www.TaxSeminars.state.co.us

Thanks from the Career Fair

The Career Fair at Summit High School was awesome! A big thank you to the folks who fed the vendors at the fair: Walmart and City Market in Dillon and Breckenridge, Subway in Frisco, Subway in Silverthorne, Cameez in Frisco, Blue Moon Bakery, Downstairs at Eric’s, Giampietro in Breck, Einstein Bagels, Soupz On, Dominos Pizza in Silverthorne and Mountain Lion Cafe.


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