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Performance to benefit House with the Red Door

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Theater and the House with the Red Door will present “The Gospel According to Mark,” a solo performance by local thespian Patrick McWilliams.

This is McWilliams’ debut at the Breckenridge Theater, located at 121 S. Ridge St. in Breckenridge.

Tickets are $10 per person or $25 per family. Performances are scheduled for April 13 at 7 p.m. and April 18 at 6 p.m. A reception and opportunity to meet McWilliams will follow each show.

All proceeds benefit the House with the Red Door, a safe place for young adults and a resource and catalyst for positive change in Summit County. Call (970) 547-0659 for details or to make a reservation.


Workforce Center seeking young people for summer jobs

FRISCO – This year, the Frisco Workforce Center will participate in the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt, designed to help young people find summer jobs.

Anyone age 16 to 21 and interested in a good summer job, or anyone interested in hiring a young person this summer, should call the Frisco Workforce Center at (970) 668-5360. The Workforce Center, at 602 Galena, is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

To register online for a summer job, go online to http://workforcecenters.

In addition, the Frisco Workforce Center is

participating in the Summer Youth Job Expo at Summit High School April 18. This is aimed at Summit High School students only and is not open to the public. Employers there will be recruiting youth for summer employment.

A labor laws training seminar for employers will be held from 8 to 10 a.m. April 18 at Summit High School.

If you are an employer and would like to participate in the job expo or attend the employer roundtable, call the Frisco Workforce Center.


State patrol seeks volunteers

SUMMIT COUNTY – The local troop of the Colorado State Patrol is seeking volunteers to assist administrative staff and keep troopers out on the highways.

Capt. Ron Prater said he hopes to attract people young and old to help the state patrol with tasks from safety demonstrations to clerical work.

Prospective volunteers must complete an application and background check. Prater said he’d like to attract individuals with varied professional and life experience. Prater said he would also consider interested students.

For more information, call the state patrol at (970) 668-3133, or stop by the troop offices above FirstBank on Highway 6 in Silverthorne.

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