Attention class of "93
The Summit High School class of 1993 reunion is being planned for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Inn at Keystone. If you are or know a “93 graduate, please contact Jessica Lincoln-Lundberg at (719) 671-8396 for details.
The whereabouts of several graduates is unknown, and any help finding them would be appreciated.
Help the Summit County food bank
Help local families by donating nonperishable food items to the Summit County food bank. Drop off items at the social services office at the county commons building in Frisco.
Summit County Social Services sponsors the food bank year-round. For more information, call (970) 668-4100.
Dog Daze hits Copper Resort Sunday
COPPER MOUNTAIN – Head up to Copper Mountain Sunday for Dog Daze of Summit and help Canine Partners of the Rockies (CaPR) raise money for its dog training program.
CaPR is a nonprofit based in Denver providing skilled and trained service dogs to children and adults with disabilities other than blindness.
Dog Daze provides dog owners and lovers an opportunity to learn about the nonprofit’s mission, service and working dogs (such as police and rescue dogs) and have fun with their canine friends.
Among the activities scheduled for people and their pooches are a fun walk, a dress-up parade, canine obstacle course, paw painting, a puppy kissing booth, live music by Bill Sneed and a silent auction.
Registration for the event begins at 9:30 a.m., and the festivities will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Center Village at Copper Mountain. Proceeds from Dog Daze will benefit the nonprofit. For more information, call Carol Padlick or Martyn James at (970) 262-2929, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Web site at http://www.dogdazeofsummit.org.
Help fill a backpack and aid students
SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Social Services is conducting a “fill-a-backpack” supply drive to aid local students.
The county department is counting on back-to-school shoppers to help fill backpacks that will be distributed to Summit County’s elementary schools. Backpacks can be picked up from the Social Services offices on the second floor of the County Commons in Frisco. Shoppers are asked to fill the backpack with school supplies – new pencils, 24-count boxes of crayons, plastic pencil cases, wide-ruled notebook paper, glue sticks, index cards, colored pencils and other similar supplies – and return the backpacks to social services for distribution.
Donations of supplies, cash or gift certificates to local stores will also be accepted.
For information, call Carol Rickauer at (970) 668-2942.
– Daily News staff reports
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