Breckenridge: Huff and Puff to the Hallelujah Hut on Feb. 27 |

Breckenridge: Huff and Puff to the Hallelujah Hut on Feb. 27

The Perk family lost its 2-year-old son, Liam, who was fatally bitten by their family dog. Our ultimate goal is to bring awareness and education to communities throughout America and beyond. Helping parents and dog owners create safe and healthy environments for their children living with canines. For more info on the Liam J. Perk Foundation, go to

Join the Breckenridge Nordic Center for the Huff and Puff to the Hallelujah Hut on Feb. 27 for a good cause. Enjoy a relaxing Nordic ski with either a 2- or 3.5-mile scenic trek to the Hallelujah Hut on Peak 7. The fundraiser is $30 per person and includes a Nordic Trail day pass, commemorative T-shirt and refreshments at the hut. All proceeds from the event will go to the Liam Perk Foundation; from its family tragedy the Perk family has created this foundation with a mission to bring awareness and education to parents and dog owners about the safety of children and pets. Joey and Carrie Perk were Summit County residents (have since moved to Florida) when a few years ago their longtime family dog fatally bit their 2-year old son Liam. All proceeds will be used to educate Summit County’s youth and adults on the importance of Dog Bite Awareness. To participate in this fun event, call Rob from the Frisco Nordic Center at (970) 389-2578 to reserve your spot.

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