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Outlets at Silverthornes management office has movedThe Outlets at Silverthornes Management Office has moved to a new location in the Green Village, 246-V Rainbow Drive, next to adidas. Our office hours and phone number have remained the same: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; phone: (970) 468-5780Please come and visit us in our new office location and call us if you have any questions or need assistance with any center issues.Governors summer job hunt kicks off 2008 seasonEvery year at this time, Workforce Centers across the state offer the Governors Summer Job Hunt, a free service that connects youth (ages 16-21) with summer employment opportunities. With one of the largest employment databases in the state, the Workforce Center is a great starting point for all job seekers, teens and adults alike.But the Frisco Workforce Center says that the Governors Summer Job Hunt offers much more than a job bank. The goal isnt just to find any job, its about finding the right job and getting it, Frisco Workforce Center says. We can help you find a job that matches your particular skills and interests. You also need to know how to win over a prospective employer by making a good impression in a job interview. Were here to assist with all of that from finding the opportunities to creating an effective rsum and landing the job. We dont just get teens a job, we give them the tools and self-confidence to be successful.If youre a teen looking for a summer job or if you are an employer with a job opportunity, contact the Frisco Workforce Center by calling (970) 668-5360, e-mail frisco@cwfc.net or visiting them at 602 Galena St., 6th and Main St, Frisco, or sign up for a job online at http://www.connectingcolorado.com Summit Chamber of Commerce has movedThe new location is 101 W. Main St. suite 107, Frisco in the West Main Professional Building. Call (970) 668-2051.The Breckenridge Mountain Rotary Club Announces CharterBRECKENRIDGE The Breckenridge Rotary Club is excited to announce the chartering of their new club. The group will be hosting a celebration Gala on Saturday, May 31st at 6 p.m. in the Independence Ballroom of Main Street Station. Tickets are $100 per person. The formal evening will feature dinner, a ceremony and live entertainment. Free parking is available underneath Main Street Station, which is located at 505 S Main St., Breckenridge. Reserve your seat today by calling (970) 547-3205. Proceeds from the event will be contributed to Rotary Internationals worldwide polio eradication program. The Breckenridge Rotary Club held their 1st annual Chilly Chili Cook-off in January. The event was a huge success with more than 25 chili entries. The second annual Chilly Chili Cook-off will be held on January 8th, 2009, immediately following the Ullr Fest parade. The group, which was officially chartered on March 13, has about 30 members and continues to grow. President Gary Green says his goals for the next year include developing more structure, stability, steady growth and lots of energy. The Breckenridge Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at noon at Fattys Restaurant in Breckenridge.Rotary is a worldwide organization that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. As signified by the motto Service Above Self, a Rotarians main objective is volunteer service in the community, in the workplace and throughout the world.Summits High Altitude Wellness Series on Mindful Eating for Enhanced WellnessSUMMIT COUNTYThe Summit Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with St. Anthony Summit Medical Center and other community partners, presents the third program of the Summits High Altitude Wellness Series on Tuesday, May 20, 6-8 p.m. in the Fremont Room, Summit County Community & Senior Center, 0151 Peak One Blvd., Frisco. Dr. Jannine Walldan, N.D. L.Ac. of Sacred Tree Holistic Health Care Center in Breckenridge and Sacred Tree Retreats at Blue Sky, will build upon the information presented in the last seminar on how to eat healthy with an emphasis on foods that aid in boosting the immune system and work synergistically with the body to prevent disease. Dr. Walldan emphasizes that moods can be closely related to our diet and dietary habits. Conditions such as blood sugar imbalances, protein deficiencies, antioxidants, as well as fiber deficiencies can all affect the mood differently. The educational program series offered bi-monthly continues to focus on health related topics of interest to employers, employees and their families. The sessions are FREE and open to the community at large. Colorado Mountain College provides professional development credits to attendees. The collaborative program represents the public, private and nonprofit sectors involved in related programs and initiatives focused on sustaining a healthy community.RSVPs are appreciated to the Summit Chamber at events@summitchamber.org or (970) 668-2051, ext. 2 by May 19 to reserve a seat. Summit Chamber to announce 2007 award recipients On Thursday, the Summit Chamber will pay special tribute to its outstanding members and volunteers for their leadership, dedication and service by revealing the 2007 award recipients at the Chambers annual Meeting & Awards Program at Keystone Ranch. The Chamber received a substantial number of qualified nominations and each was reviewed by selection committees representing the Chamber and community at large. Congratulations to all the finalists in the following categories: Volunteer Diplomat of the YearJoy Woodworth, Jenny Doris and Cookie JohnsonEntrepreneur of the YearSusan Roberts, Action Coach; Tony and Kelly Prestello, More Space Place; Amy Yundt, The Open BookVolunteer of the YearRob Waterman, Joy Woodworth and Jenny DorisLifetime MemberDennis Lenahan and Maureen (Mo) Bennett, Krystal 93Small Business of the YearFarmers Insurance/Woodworth Agency, DVine Wine and Bob Bloch PortraitsBen Fogle AwardJay Bauer, Dan Gibbs and Dennis FlintLarge Business of the Year St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, High Country Health Care and Summit Daily NewsStrategic Business Partner of the Year Integrated Healthplan Solutions, US Bank and Action Coach/Susan RobertsNon-Profit of the Year Family & Intercultural Resource Center, Friends of the Dillon Ranger District and Summit Prevention AllianceRegional or International Business of the Year Summit Daily News/Colo. Mountain News Media, Waste Management and Intrawest/Copper Mountain Attendance to the annual Meeting & Awards Program is by reservation only. Chamber members are $20 and $30 for general public. Seating is limited. Please contact the Summit Chamber about available reservations, (970) 668-2051 ext. 3.


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