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Class of "93 plans reunion

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.

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Rodd Cairns to speak at Tale Spinners

The speaker for Monday’s meeting of Tale Spinners will be Rodd Cairns. Cairns’ subject will be “Ultra High-Risk Commercial Deep Sea Diving.”



Originally from New York, Cairns earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Purchase College in New York and a degree from the College of Oceaneering in California.

From 1983 to 1997 Cairns worked for International Oilfield Divers and Cal Dive International in positions of increasing responsibility and complexity in the deep-water diving industry. He retired as a Project Manager and CEO Special Assistant. Since then he has lived in Breckenridge while pursuing a wide range of athletic and intellectual interests.

The meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Frisco Holiday Inn. Everyone is welcome at Tale Spinners meetings. For more information, contact Allan Schutt at (970) 668-8322.

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Give blood Aug. 12

Residents of Summit County will have an opportunity to help save lives by participating in the Bonfils Blood Center blood drive from 1- 6:30 p.m., Aug. 12 at Summit High School.

“The Colorado community relies on people who care about others, especially when it comes to our community blood supply,” said Bonfils recruitment manager Eric Watson. “The summer is a difficult time for our community blood supply because donations tend to decline, and, at the same time, the need for blood transfusions increases.”

Donors must be over the age of 18 (17 with a guardian’s consent), weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health with no history of HIV/AIDS. Potential donors will be asked a series of questions about travel outside the United States, and they will be given information on SARS and West Nile Virus.

Bonfils Blood Center needs to collect 4,000 units every week to meet Colorado’s needs and to maintain a state of blood-supply readiness for unforeseen events. Bonfils provides blood to more than 115 hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout Colorado. All who donate will receive a 60th anniversary T-shirt and a coupon for a free chicken sandwich from Chik-fil-A.

Call Bonfils at 1-800-365-0006 for more information.

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Summit Foundation accepting grant requests

BRECKENRIDGE – The Summit Foundation will be reviewing applications for funding from organizations submitting requests by noon Friday, Aug. 22.

Obtain an application by calling (970) 453-5970 or e-mailing tsfadmin@colorado.net.

Requests from Summit County nonprofit organizations are accepted. Nonprofits are tax-exempt under the provisions of Section (501)(c)(3) and 170 (b)(1)(A)(i.V.I.) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Additionally, the towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne and Summit County government will also be accepting grant applications submitted by Aug. 22.

All of the funding agencies will be using the Summit County common grant application, which is available at http://www.co.summit.co.us.

Since 1986, the Summit Foundation has awarded 772 grants totaling more than

$5.44 million to 919 cultural, humanitarian and social service, educational, environmental and sport projects and special events initiated by 184 local and neighboring community nonprofit groups.

For information regarding making a contribution or submitting a grant request, contact executive director Debra Edwards at (970) 453-5970, tsfdirector@colorado.net or stop by the office at 108 N. French St., Breckenridge.


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