Summit County Community Notes: 1-9-2013
January 8, 2013
The first Summit Cup race is Saturday. This is the first race of a three- race series sponsored by The Summit Foundation, Breckenridge Ski Resort and Team Summit Colorado. This race is open to any young racer 16 and under that wants to come and tear it up through the GS course on Gold King Run on Peak 9. Lift tickets are complimentary for racers courtesy of Breckenridge Ski Resort. There is no entry fee, so come on out to Breck on Saturday and have some fun with Team Summit Colorado and the foundation. If you are interested in racing contact Jerry Karl at Jerry@TeamSummit.org, or (970) 390-6680. Entry deadline is today at 6 p.m.
To help those at a serious disadvantage caused by Hurricane Sandy along the East Coast, Summit County’s Habitat will donate 10 percent of its Restore’s gross sales during the month of January 2013. While there will always be pressing needs in our local community, the shock of Sandy on so many makes this contribution the least that we can do from here. The Restore is located on the north side of Interstate 70, at the Silverthorne westbound entrance to I-70. The store hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Saturday. Restore: (970) 423-7445.
For further info about the Summit County Colorado Habitat, contact executive director Nancy Shockey at email@example.com, or, regarding our Restore in Silverthorne, contact store manager Frank Steen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come celebrate Ullr Fest with a free concert at the Ten Mile Room at The Village, Breckenridge, this Thursday from 6-9 p.m. after the Ullr Fest Parade, and featuring local band The Boondiggas. The party launches iResortApp.com with drinks, music, dancing and free giveaways. Nonprofits participating in the event include the Summit High School girls rugby team, Advocates for Victims of Assault and the Rotary Ice Melt contest.
The High Country Conservation Center hosts the Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Jan. 17, at the Speakeasy Theater. Considered one of the nation’s premiere environmental and adventure film festivals, this year’s films combine stellar filmmaking and beautiful cinematography to inspire solutions to restore the earth and human communities. The films instill a deep appreciation and a sense of wonder for the natural world that surrounds and supports us. Our anchor films include “Chasing Water” and “Save the Farm.” All proceeds benefit HC3, and tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Visit highcountryconservation.org or call (970) 668-5703 to purchase tickets.”
As an Ice Princess candidate, you are asked to collect as many votes for yourself as possible. For a valid vote you need $1 for every vote. The Ice Princess candidate with the most money (most votes) will be crowned the 2013 Summit County Rotary Ice Princess.
Ice Princess candidates are nominated by local residents, Rotarians or themselves. The Rotary Ice Princess Committee will select six candidates.
Submit a picture and short bio (maximum 200 words about why you would like to be an Ice Princess candidate) to Ann Morrison Clement at email@example.com. Contact Ann if you have any questions about being an Ice Princess candidate.
Applicants must be 18 years old or older, live in Summit County or own a business in Summit County, be willing to attend Ice Melt and community events and be recognized in the community as a participant.