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Ready, Paint, Fire under new ownershipReady, Paint, Fire, a paint your own ceramics studio on North Main St. in Breckenridge, is under new ownership. On May 1, Summit County resident Diane Moser took over operations of the studio. Previously Diane had been the Retail Director at Arapahoe Basin for the past six years.The studio will continue to offer ceramics, but will also add a retail aspect of gifts made by local artists. The studio is available for birthday parties, school and youth groups, bridal and baby showers, date nights and other special events. Ready, Paint, Fire is a bright, colorful and fun studio in which customers can create their very own works of art. In the studio you will find a large selection of ceramics, plus idea books, samples, hundreds of paints and specialty glazes, and a knowledgeable staff to help you get started. The studio is open year round, Tuesday through Sunday.For more information please contact Ready, Paint, Fire at (970) 453-5765 or firstname.lastname@example.org.The Breckenridge Resort Chamber May MixerBRECKENRIDGE The Breckenridge Resort Chamber (BRC) Ambassadors and Fattys Pizzeria are hosting the May Mixer at Fattys Pizzeria, 106 South Ridge St., Breckenridge. The mixer will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday. Admission is $5 for members and $10 for prospective members. Proceeds from admission go to the BRC Ambassador Scholarship Fund. The BRC mixer is a great opportunity to network with other business people from the county in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Appetizers and drinks will be provided by Fattys Pizzeria. Friends Welcome, Breckenridges community-wide guest service program, will present the April Friends Welcome awards to individuals and businesses who have demonstrated outstanding guest service in the community at 5:30 p.m. For more information on the mixer or Friends Welcome, contact the Breckenridge Resort Chamber at (970) 453-2913 or visit gobreck.com. Bobby Murphy named director of skier services at Keystone ResortKEYSTONE Keystone Resort announced Bobby Murphy will become the new Director of Skier Services at Keystone Resort effective June 2, 2008. In this role, Murphy will lead skier service operations at Keystone Resort including the Keystone Ski and Ride School, ticket and product sales, childcare and racing.Bobby brings more than 20 years of ski industry experience to Keystone. As a two-term member of PSIAs National Alpine Team, he is currently recognized as one of the most accomplished snowsports professionals in our industry, said Pat Campbell, Chief Operating Office at Keystone Resort. Were thrilled to welcome Bobby and believe his expertise will continue to enhance Keystones world-class guest experience and position as a top ski and snowboard school in the country. Previously, Murphy has served as Vice President of Resort Services and Ski and Snowboard School at Telluride Ski Resort where he was responsible for the ski and snowboard school, skier service operations, guest services and membership services. Prior to his role in Telluride, Murphy worked with the Ski & Snowboard School in Crested Butte. Murphy is a National Alpine Team Member with the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PISA), a technical reviewer for The Professional Skier, and a featured expert ski instructor in Ski Magazine. Murphy holds a B.S. in Leisure Studies from the University of Iowa.Two new outlet storesThe Outlets at Silverthorne is pleased to announce two new store openings Van Heusen and Geoffrey Beene are now open in the Red Village. Van Heusen is located in Unit 135-A1 between the Pendleton and Zales stores. Geoffrey Beene is in Unit 145-G next to the Bath & Body Works store. For more information about the new stores at the Outlets at Silverthorne, please visit the stores website: http://www.pvh.com.A ribbon cutting ceremony officially welcoming the new stores to the Outlets at Silverthorne will be held at a later date. An invitation and further information about the ceremony will be sent soon. Gibbs and Scanlan to address Summit ChamberSummit County Colorado State Senator Dan Gibbs and State Representative Christine Scanlan will address the Summit Chamber of Commerces Legislative Affairs Council on Wednesday. The elected officials will provide a report card on the 2008 legislative session. State Senate candidate Don Ytterberg and State Representative candidate Ali Hasan will also speak. The lunch meeting will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Spencers Steak and Spirits private dining room in the Beaver Run Resort, 620 Village Road, Breckenridge on Wednesday. A buffet lunch will be available for $8 per person. Please RSVP by noon, Tuesday to email@example.com or (970) 668-2051 Ext 2. Free parking will be available in the parking lots adjacent to the resort and the public is most welcome to attend.Summits High Altitude Wellness Series on Mindful Eating for Enhanced Wellness Summit County The 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 today from 6-8 p.m. in the Fremont Room, Summit Community 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. The educational program series offered bimonthly 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 non-profit sectors involved in related programs and initiatives focused on sustaining a healthy community. RSVPs are appreciated to the Summit Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or (970) 668-2051, x2. Pennies for PJInspired by a presentation given by Greg Mortenson, local fifth-grade student Sam Herwig, organized a Pennies for PJ fundraiser to help Doctor Craig L Perrinjaquet. In recognition of Sams passion and under his leadership the students of Breckenridge Elementary School began collecting Pennies for PJ last fall in their classrooms. Alpine Bank challenged Sam and the students of Breckenridge Elementary and agreed to match their fundraising efforts dollar for dollar. The students collected $1135.48 in pennies. A check was presented last week to Doc PJ before he left on his trip along with matching funds from Alpine Bank. The total of $2,270.96 collected will go toward Doc PJs efforts to provide basic health care to remote villages in Honduras.
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