Breckenridge is a small town with a big heart! |

Breckenridge is a small town with a big heart!

Billy Cole, Tommy and Patti Banks, Jen & Ingemar Losch, Billy Nowell, Franz Tyrell, Randy Brooks and Greg "Popeye" Boyle

The friends of the Doug Hardwick Fund would like to thank the outpouring of support for our recent fundraisers.A longtime resident of Summit County, a ski instructor, and a passionate fisherman/guide, Doug Hardwick was faced with the life-challenging news of a cancer diagnosis. Leaving work to face the arduous task of treatment, challenged him in many ways including a reduced income source during this period. His friends at Breckenridge Resort rallied, organizing a series of fundraisers resulting in over $12,000 to ease this period of difficulty.The success of the fundraising efforts could never have happened were it not for the enormous outpouring of generosity by the community, its citizens, and donations by businesses.We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generosity. Thanks again to all the donors:Donors:Mountain Angler Abbett Plaser InnStamper Landscaping ServicesBlack Bear LandscapingBreckenridge Ski & Ride SchoolTom Clancy/B & B Property ServicesSummit Chiropractic and RehabilitationRandy Smith Custom LampsSports Star Pro Beaver Run ResortBreckenridge Ski ResortTown of BreckenridgeDownstairs at Eric’sResort QuestNorth Face BreckenridgeAlpine SportsQuandary GrilleMountain SunTom Hess FurnitureKenosha SteakhouseFatty’s PizzeriaBreckinridge Lift DepartmentColorado Specialty TeesTown of SilverthorneBreckenridge Resort ChamberBoadicea Enterprises Sunset SailsPrecision Ski & Snowboard Repair ShopPerformance ToursMother Loaded RestaurantBill Dawson Fly RodsJohn Walton PhotographyLocal SpaDave Patterson Original ArtMountain BeverageMain Street OutletSure FootScott GongawareFrederick Lippman, CPAWatercolors By ChickenStowe Soaring & GlidersBlue River Bistro Bar & Grille Briar Rose Restaurant Bahnhof Ski & Ride Shop Norway Haus Ski & Ride Shop Big Hit Ski & Ride

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