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January 18, 2014
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Expanded hours at Cool River

Cool River Coffee House and Bakery is located at 325 S. Main St. Breckenridge on the Riverwalk, off the corner at Jefferson and Main near the Dredge Boat. A local favorite for breakfast and lunch for over 11 years, is now serving until 9 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Same great food with evening menu including baked brie, soups and sandwiches, salads and desserts, beer and wine. Come by and enjoy our new look cozy atmosphere.

‘An Elegant Evening’

The National Repertory Orchestra announces “An Elegant Evening,” with a special performance by mezzo-soprano Jennifer DeDominci. The event will take place on Saturday, Jan. 25, 6 p.m. at the new Blue River Fine Art Gallery, 411 S. Main St. in Breckenridge. Jennifer was a huge hit for the past several summers when she performed with the NRO to sellout crowds at the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center.

She is coming back to Breckenridge for a very intimate evening. Jennifer will be performing a mix of musical styles including music of Hollywood, Broadway and classical pieces including some of your favorites from “The Sound of Music,” “Les Misérables” and more. It will be an elegant evening of music, art, mingling, hors d’oeuvres, wine and dessert. Seating is very limited. The advance ticket price is $50 and the price will be $60 at the door. To purchase tickets please call the NRO office at (970) 453-5825 or online by visiting the NRO’s website at

Dillon Festival of Lights award winners

The winners of the Dillon Business Association’s Fourth annual lighting contest for “Best Lit Business” and “Best Lit Residence” were announced on Thursday, Jan. 16. The award and trophy for Best Lit Business was received by first time winner The Arapahoe Café and Pub; Pug Ryan’s came in second place and there was a tie for 3rd place between the Lake Dillon Theatre and Dillon Town Hall. The Best Lit Residence award winners were : 1st Place Daryl and Bobbie Morse, 2nd Place Paul and Joan Fretz, and 3rd Place Mike & Maggie Smith.

Contest Voting was open to the public at the Dillon Business Association web site. Dillon Businesses donated over $1,000 dollars in prizes which were handed out at last night’s award dinner hosted by the Business winner, Arapahoe Café and Pub. Certificates and prizes were awarded from Cafe Profusion, Christy Sports, The Dillon Dam Brewery, The Dillon Marina, Einstein Bagels, Pug Ryan’s Steakhouse and Brewery, Summit Real Estate Professionals, Team Clean, and the Town of Dillon.

Tax filing assistance

Free income tax filing assistance is being offered to qualified individuals, even if you may be familiar with the federal tax code. You might like to have your report quickly filed, to get your refund sooner. Free assistance is being offered at the Frisco Senior Center, (970) 668-2942, and at The Edge, Copper Mountain, (970) 968 3060. Call to schedule an appointment. This free service will end Mar. 27.

Cooking Matters volunteers

The Cooking Matters class is in need of volunteers on Tuesdays Jan. 28 through March 11 from 4-6 p.m. at Upper Blue Elementary School. Cooking Matters works with students to teach nutrition and how to prepare healthy meals. Interested volunteers please contact Matt at FIRC at (970) 389-1275, or email

Brain injury support group

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center will be hosting The Brain Injury Support Group on Jan. 23, 5:30-6:30 p.m., in the classrooms on the first floor. The presenter will be Hannah Lang, the internship program coordinator and certified therapeutic recreation specialist from the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC). She will be presenting “Getting Active in the Outdoors After a Brain Injury.” Come see all the fun you can have with the BOEC, whether it’s skiing or snowboarding in the Adaptive Ski and Ride Program at Breckenridge or Keystone resorts, paddling the West’s great rivers or mastering the ropes course. For more information, please contact Kim Ramey, PT or Melissa Chang, OTD, at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center and/or Avalanche PT and Sports Rehabilitation at (970) 668-6980, or (970) 668-0888.

Featured artist: Kathy Deppner Brown

Art Supply Breckenridge, 201 S. Ridge St. We would like to welcome this month’s featured artist, Kathy Deppner Brown. She is a graduate of Wichita State University and formerly a reporter for the Omaha-World Herald. Kathy does mixed-media acrylic and ink painting. She creates beautiful paintings of aspen trees and specializes in pet portrait painting. She has brought in a portrait of her and her cocker spaniel, Moose. She’s also offered to do pet portraits for anyone interested! You may call us for more information, (970) 423-6945.

Snowmobile safety seminar

Free Snowmobile Safety Seminar presented by Silverthorne Powersports, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, Summit County Rescue Group and the High Country Snowmobile Club this Thursday, Jan. 16, from 6-9 p.m. at the Senior Center, 83 Nancy’s Place, Frisco. Join us for an educational night and sharpen those backcountry skills. The event is free and snacks will be provided. Free giveaways.

Trout Unlimited monthly meeting

Come to the Backcountry Brewery and Restaurant, 720 Main St., Frisco from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21 for a presentation on “What’s in store for the Lower Blue River!” Bill Linfield, Public works director for the Town of Silverthorne since 1984 will be talking about 30 years of improvement projects on and adjacent to the Blue River. He will also discuss potential future projects. Linfield is working closely with Denver Water and Department of Public Works and the town fostering hopes to tailor future improvements to the needs of the river as it continues to maintain and enhance the fishery of the lower Blue River. Jon Ewert, our local fisheries biologist with the Department of Wildlife will also be on hand to offer a biologists perspective on how future projects will affect and enhance this favorite fishery. This event is free and open to the public. Come, learn, ask questions, bring your fishing buddies, help support our local Trout Unlimited and enjoy our first meeting of 2014. Food and libations may be purchased. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Youth lacrosse registration open

Registration for the upcoming youth lacrosse season is underway. Local youth will play in the Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association (CYLA) league and Colorado Girls Lacrosse Association (CGLA) in Denver during the months of April and May. The CYLA season culminates in the CYLA tournament. The teams will also play in the Lacrosse Outreach Jamboree the first weekend in June. The leagues are open to all lacrosse players from 8th grade down. The number of registrants will determine what teams are formed. For further information, please contact Brian Schaefer at, or at (970) 547-4321.

Craig Johnson at the library

Is the snow making you wish you were in Wyoming? Well, NY Times best selling author, Craig Johnson, is leaving his hometown of Ucross, Wyoming for Summit County! The countdown begins. Mr. Johnson, author of the Walt Longmire mystery series, will be at thew North Branch Library on Saturday, Jan. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Blue River Room. We hope to see you there. Sponsored by the Summit County Library and Friends of the Library.

Mountain Home Tour thank you

Timberline Adult Day Services and Mountain Meals would like to thank all of the Summit County businesses and individuals that participated in making the 2013 Holiday Home Tour a success. The creativity and generosity shown in the delightful Christmas trees created for our Silent Auction was amazing! The florists that contributed flower arrangements added a beautiful final touch to all of the homes on the tour. We are so grateful to all for your generosity and willingness to share your artistic talents! Much appreciation goes out to all the bakers who donated the many, many boxes of yummy cookies for our bake sale. A very special thank you to our corporate sponsors: Allure Medical Aesthetics & Laser Center, Dillon Ridge Liquors and High Country Carpet Cleaning. Last of all, thank you so much to the wonderful Silverthorne home donors that allowed all of us to peak into their beautifully decorated homes. We couldn’t do it without all of you! Silent Auction Tree Sponsors: A & A Pet Supply, Alpine Bank – Dillon, Axis Physical Therapy, Axis Physical Therapy, Cornerstone Realty, Cutthroat Anglers, High Country Carpet Cleaning, Improv Games Group, Locals Liquors, More Space Place, Mountain Comfort Furnishing and Design, Neils Lunceford, Sanders True Value Hardware, Spirit Builders, The Mint, Upper Hand Salon, and US Bank – Dillon. Floral Arrangement Sponsors: Alpine Gardens, Bloom, City Market, Garden of Eden, Little Flower Shop, Neils Lunceford, and Safeway.

Android App

This seminar will provide general information and instruction in the use of Android-based devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.). Topics will include:

- The major features provided with Android-based devices

- How to personalize your devices

- Finding and using the amazing variety of applications (apps) available to you

- Using wireless connections and synchronizing to your social media- Additional topics as time permits, including some advanced tips.

The seminar will be held at the Senior Center in Frisco on Saturday, Jan. 18 from 9-11 a.m., followed by time for specific questions and personal tutorials from 11 a.m. to Noon. The cost is $5.00 and the seminar is limited to 20 so please call the Senior Center to pre-register, (970) 668-2940.

Silverthorne Police: above and beyond

The Silverthorne Police Department should be recognized for the great work they do, especially Sergeant Bryan Siebel and Officer Josh Mazone and how they went out of their way to make my children happy, especially my 5-year-old, who is not a police fan, after she witnessed her dad being arrested 3 years ago and then being deported. Ever since, she has been traumatized. She said the police are bad people because they took her dad because he doesn’t have “papers.”

I wanted to do something special for my 5-year-old so she could see that the police are not as bad as she thinks. I asked a couple of officers if they could deliver some gifts, and they agreed. On the morning of Dec. 24, 2013 both Siebel and Mazone delivered a bag of gifts to my daughters. At first my 5-year-old wasn’t too thrilled, but then she thanked them and gave them a hug. After they left, my daughter asked me: “Mommy, if the police are nice and they brought us presents then why did they take my dad?” My heart broke I didn’t know what to say. Anyway, thank you Silverthorne Police, Lydia Sanchez.

Sobriety in Summit County

We have made a way to find sobriety in Summit County and a way to get connected with sober people in the county on the Facebook page, ‘Sober activities in Summit County Colorado.’

Far View Horse Rescue clinics

Join the Far View Horse Rescue for monthly educational equine clinics this winter and spring. All clinics are held at the Horse Rescue in Fairplay on Saturdays, or Sundays from 10 a.m. to Noon. Upcoming clinics include: Donkey Logic on Sunday, Jan. 12; Blemishes & Unsoundness —- the story horses can’t tell on Sunday, Feb. 2; Feeding & Nutrition — parasite control on Sunday, March 16 and Foal Handling — imprinting & touch on Sunday April 6. Clinics are just $25 per person or $20 for Far View Horse Rescue members. The Horse Rescue also has weekly trail rides on most Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 a.m. for a nominal fee. We encourage people interested in horses to take a class, enjoy a trail ride and learn more about the Far View Horse Rescue volunteer opportunities and horse lease/sponsorship programs. All ages and abilities are encouraged to attend and learn more. Call to book a spot for any clinic, or trail ride at (970) 376-2103, e-mail or fill out the form on the web site at

English language classes

Register for English Language classes this week at Colorado Mountain College in Dillon. Tuition is very low and financial aid is available. Classes are offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Monday and Wednesday Mornings with childcare available! Now is a great time for employers to encourage foreign language speaking workers to learn English. Contact Professor Sharon Aguiar at (970) 468-5989 or email

GED prep classes

GED Prep Classes are offered on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and Monday and Wednesday evenings. Register now for the new session beginning the week of Jan. 13! Registration for GED Prep Classes at CMC costs $30 per seven-week session. It’s never too late (or too soon) to complete your General Education Development! Contact Professor Laura Pless at (970) 468-5989 or email

Go2Work Free Weekly Classes

Go2Work Free Weekly Workshops offer a variety of services for job seekers every Tuesday between noon and 4 p.m. at CMC in Dillon in the Computer Lab, Room 11. All Services are Free and No Pre-Registration is Required! Contact Jason Read at (970) 468-5989 or email

Volunteering with CASA

A CASA volunteer is a court-appointed, special advocate for an abused or neglected child in our community. This means when a child, through no fault of their own, is suddenly “part of the system,” they have one person whose only focus is to get them into a safe, permanent home quickly. A CASA volunteer listens to what the child wants, advocates for what the child needs, just wants what is in the best interests of the child, and communicates these things to the judge who is making the decisions about the rest of the child¹s life. The goal of CASA of the Continental Divide is for 100 percent of abused and neglected children in Lake, Eagle, Summit and Clear Creek counties to have a CASA volunteer. For that to happen, we need more CASA volunteers. There is an informational meeting at the Avon library Thursday, Jan. 9, at 6 p.m., and the next CASA volunteer training begins Jan. 25. Please consider becoming a CASA volunteer. For more information about the CASA organization or the upcoming training, go to or call (970) 513-9390.

50+ Ski with Us

50+ Ski with Us is a complimentary guided ski program for all Keystone guests age 50 and over. Explore Keystone’s vast and varied terrain while enjoying a social day with fellow local and visiting seniors. Guests of all abilities are welcome. Meet at the Summit House on the top of Dercum Mountain. Thursdays, ready to ski at 9 a.m., through the beginning of April.

NorthWest Colorado Center for independence

NorthWest Colorado Center for Independence would like to invite you to our Summit County Community Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Our forum is for seniors and people with disabilities who are interested in living well in the community and for friends, family members, service providers and anyone else with interest in disability and senior topics. We will be discussing what we do at the NorthWest Colorado Center for Independence and how we can work together to realize a more inclusive, accessible and accommodating community. Our forum will be held at the Summit County Community and Senior Center at 83 Nancy’s Place in Frisco. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. and the forum goes from 6-7:30 p.m. Please RSVP by contacting Jerry Van Voorst by phone at (970) 620-3897, or email at

Girl Scout Cookies

The most anticipated time of the Girl Scout year is here! Girl Scout Cookies go on sale across Colorado on Sunday, Jan. 26. Colorado’s Girl Scout Cookie Program runs through March 2, with Booth Sales in front of major retail locations starting Feb. 7. Each purchase of Girl Scout Cookies supports girls in developing five lifelong skills: goal-setting, decision-making, money management, people skills and business ethics. For more information visit

Summit County nutrition group

The Summit County Nutrition Group will have its first meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 14 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Silverthorne Library. Dietician Whitney Smith will talk about how to make and maintain resolutions around healthy eating and living. The evening is free and open to the public. Contact Matt at FIRC for information at (970) 389-1275, or email

Dialogue over dinner

Join FIRC for Dialogue Over Dinner on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 5:30 p.m. at Summit Middle School. Dr. Casey Wolfington be discussing how to help friends and children with self-harming behaviors, including eating disorders and suicide. The evening is free and includes dinner and childcare. Please RSVP with Kerri at FIRC at (970) 455-0228, or email

Women’s Bible study

Dillon Community Church will start its 2014 Women’s Bible Study on Thursday, Jan. 9 from 9-11 a.m. Four separate breakout studies will be offered: “7” by Jen Hatmaker; “Max On Life” by Max Lucado; “Multiply” by Francis Chan and “The Open Door” - Reading Through the Bible. The group will meet every Thursday through May 8 at DCC, 371 E. LaBonte (by the Dillon tennis courts). Light breakfast and free childcare provided. Call 970-468-2461 with questions.

Main library Preschool story time

Summit County Library hosts Preschool Story Time each Wednesday at 10:30 am in the Summit County Main Library, Frisco. Upcoming topics include: Jan. 8 – Friends, Jan. 15 – Crayons, Jan. 22 – Squirrels, Jan. 29 – Weather, Feb. 5 – Teeth, Feb. 12 - Valentine’s Day, Feb. 19 - Alligators and Crocodiles and Feb. 26 - Mo Willems.

North branch library preschool story time

North Branch Library in Silverthorne has Preschool Story Time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 11 a.m. All preschoolers and their parents are invited to attend. Upcoming topics include: Jan. 8 - If it’s snowy and you know it..., Jan. 14 & 15 - Where’s my mitten?, Jan. 21 & 22 - Let’s get dressed, Jan. 28 & 29 - Funny Fairy Tales, Feb. 4 & 5 - An Apple a day..., Feb. 11 & 12 - Happy Valentine’s Day, Feb. 18 & 19 - Reading with Raffi and Feb. 25 & 26 - It’s a colorful day.

South branch library preschool story time

The South Branch Library in Breckenridge hosts the Preschool Story Time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 11 a.m. Please join us with your preschooler for the following story times: Jan. 8 - Warm Mittens, Jan. 14 & 15 - It’s Snow Fun!, Jan. 21& 22 - Fractured Fairy Tales, Jan. 28 & 29 – Froggies, Feb. 4 & 5 - Feeling Better?, Feb. 11 & 12 – Valentines, Feb. 18 & 19 – Colors and Feb. 25 & 26 - Music Mania.

Sing with us

The Summit Choral Society, under the direction of Jill Schroeder-Dorn rehearses every Monday from 7-9 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 16072 Highway 9 in Breckenridge. Rehearsals begin with choral exercises then continue with music for upcoming concerts. The choral society is currently rehearsing music from John Rutter for the upcoming February concert. All singers are welcome, especially tenors! For more information call (970) 668-3248, or (970) 262-2235. Information for upcoming events can also be found on the website at

A huge thank you to our generous community

Boy Scout Troop 187 in Breckenridge thanks our entire community for their ongoing support at our annual Christmas tree lot sales. We would like to thank the following businesses for their generosity in making it all happen - Summit Daily News and their entire great staff, Anita Koverman with LaserGraphics, Town of Breckenridge, KSMT/LIFT 106/KRKY, Krystal 93,Breckenridge Building Center, and Fez Fairfield-Smith and his crew with Strategic Fencing. Also, thanks to everyone who let us place our flyers throughout the county! It took a whole team of people to make our one and only fundraiser a success! Thank you all for your support of Troop 187 for over the years! Boy Scout Troop 187 Scouts and Parents

Free homebuyer education class

Have you ever wondered what steps are involved in purchasing a home? Come find out at our free homebuyer education class on Saturday, Jan. 18 from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Mount Royal Room at the County Commons in Frisco. You will learn the basics A-Z what it takes to purchase a home, as now sure is a great time to do so! The class is free and is sponsored by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, put on by the Summit Combined Housing Authority with help from local volunteers who will walk you through the lending process, real estate transaction, title company portion and home inspection. There will also be information on current down payment assistance programs and much more! The class is free and snacks will be provided. Please register so that we know how many people to expect; call Joy at (970) 423-7041, or email to register for this great class.

Club 20

Do policies regarding Agriculture, Healthcare, Transportation, Business Affairs, Education, Water, Telecommunications, Energy , Public Lands & Natural Resources, and Tourism affect your ability to live, work, and prosper in Western Colorado?

CLUB 20 is a non-partisan coalition with individual, business and local government members from 22 counties on the Western Slope working together to develop policies that positively promote Western Colorado. Club 20 will be holding a meeting in Summit County on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. for interested community members. The meeting will take place at 1 Main Street in Frisco. Email your RSVP to or call (970) 242-3264.

Beekeeping for Beginners

Have you considered raising bees in your backyard? This introductory course brought to you by the High Country Conservation Center is taught by local “bee wrangler” Larry Gilliland and will cover the fundamentals of beekeeping including equipment, parts of the hive, apiary location, codes and regulations, and seasonal management. Class is Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Breckenridge CMC, from 5-6:50 p.m. and costs $25. Register for SYN# 80859 through Colorado Mountain College by calling (970) 468-5989 or visit for more info.

Summit County Seed Library

Join High Country Conservation Center and local gardeners on Wednesday, Jan. 29, from 5-7 p.m., in the Mt. Royal Room at the Frisco County Commons for a seed sorting party. We need volunteers to help sort, package, and label seeds for the new Summit County Seed Library to be hosted at the Main Branch Library in Frisco. The Seed Library will provide free, locally adapted seeds to everyone in our community. For more information, visit

Call for volunteers

The Breckenridge Backstage Theatre delights audiences regularly with superb live theatre. If you would enjoy working with an enthusiastic, energetic group, volunteer today ! Opportunities to participate are many. You might use carpentry or painting skills which you possess, or employ a knack for sewing. Possibly you might enjoy the fun of the box office on show nights and much more. Contact for more information. We are waiting for you!

Diabetes boot camp

On Saturday, Jan. 11, from 1:30-4 p.m., MiCare Clinic and Summit Community Care Clinic will be cosponsoring a Diabetes Boot Camp. Come to the Ten Mile Room at the Medical Office Building, 360 Peak One Drive in Frisco to join this free workshop to learn to eat and live a healthier lifestyle; open to everyone living with diabetes, pre-diabetes and their loved ones. Fun, free food, and diabetes resources. This workshop will be taught by Andrea Bishop, RN, CDE, and the class is limited to 20 people. Please contact Helen with questions at (970) 668-6883.

Call for entries

The call for entries is now open for the 2014 Breckenridge Festival of Film, slated for Sept. 18-21. Films will be accepted in traditional categories, including documentary, comedy, drama, short comedy, short drama and spiritual. The festival has added adventure films as a new category for 2014, following the widely successful Adventure Reel, new to the Festival of Film in September 2013. Submission fees are lowest in the early-bird submission period, which ends Feb. 17. Regular rates are $40 and student rates are $35 per film. Local, regional, national and international filmmakers are encouraged to submit amateur and professional films alike. The festival is particularly interested in receiving locally produced adventure films. Filmmakers whose films are selected are offered a chance to visit Breckenridge during the festival to present the film to intimate audiences, enjoy Breckenridge Festival of Film hospitality (including lodging) and mingle with fellow filmmakers as well as a film-loving audience. Visit or the Breckenridge Festival of Film page on for guidelines for entries and to make a submission. Selected films from 2013 as well as award winners are also posted on

Become a Mountain Mentor

January is National Mentoring Month, and Summit County Mountain Mentors is once again honoring the great work of its incredible mentors. What is mentoring? It is a trusting relationship that brings young people together with caring adults who offer guidance, support and encouragement aimed at developing the competence and character of the mentee. Mountain Mentors is seeking adult volunteers to apply to become a mentor to one of the 50+ youth in Summit County on the waiting list. Start the year off right and make a difference in the life of a child by becoming a Mountain Mentor! Together, we can make a difference not only in the lives of children, but in the overall welfare of our community. So, thank your mentor, or better yet, become one. For more information about Mountain Mentors call Sarah (970) 668-9184.

Thank you to Salvation Army volunteers

Social Services would like to give a big thank you the 140 volunteers who rang the bell for 280 hours and raised $18,500 for locals facing emergencies. Thank you to City Market in Dillon and Breckenridge, Safeway and Walmart for partnering with Salvation Army on the locations. 90 percent of the money raised will stay in Summit County.

FIRC Bag Shop open Saturday

The FIRC Bag Shop will be open the first Saturday of the month in La Riva Mall in Dillon from 1-4 p.m. Wine bags, grocery bags, aprons and more are made out of donated material by volunteers and 100 percent of the sales are used to help the Family & Intercultural Resource Center’s food bank and emergency assistance programs.

Thank you to Colorado Grand

Thanks to Colorado Grand for donating $5,000 to support the Family & Intercultural Resource Center’s parenting education and emergency assistance programs. The Colorado Grand is an annual charity tour for 1960 and earlier sports and race cars of distinction. We are grateful for their continued support.

Bilingual Story Time

Due to a scheduling conflict, Bilingual Story Time is moving to the Mount Royal room at the County Commons for the next three months. Join the Family & Intercultural Resource Center the first Monday of the month at 10 a.m. at the Frisco Library. A story will be read in English and Spanish along with an activity and snacks. The event is free.

Parenting classes start Jan. 16

The Family & Intercultural Resource Center is offering Active Parenting Now classes for parents with children ages 5-12 on Thursdays, Jan. 16 to Feb. 20, from 5:30-8 p.m. at Dillon Community Church. The six-session workshop will help improve communication with your child, teach responsibility, cope with difficult topics and more. Cost is $48/person or $72 per couple and includes all six courses, dinner and childcare. Call Kerri at FIRC at (970) 262-3888 ext. 330 to reserve your spot.

Christmas tree disposal

Step one: Remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel, garland, tree stands and anything else.

Step two: Bring your tree to the tree drop-off location in the dirt lot located near the southeast corner of Main Street and Summit Boulevard between now and Jan. 11. (The lot is open 24 hours a day)

Step three: Return to dirt lot on Jan. 11 at 6 p.m. and join your neighbors and the Summit Nordic Ski Club to watch your tree light up again at the town of Frisco annual Spontaneous Combustion Community Bonfire!

Call (970) 668-5276 if you have any questions.

All you can eat breakfast

We would like to invite the community to The Elks Lodge in Silverthorne Colorado on Sunday, Jan. 12, from 9 a.m. to noon. All you can eat breakfast $ 10.00 if you prepay, or $12 at the door. $5 for kids under 12 at the door to Benefit Girl Scout Troop # 3829. Call Mo with questions and or to have tickets delivered at (970) 389-4646, or call Joan (970) 406-0778, or email her at

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