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Leadville Cinco de Mayo celebration Sunday

Leadville Lake County Fire Rescue will sponsor a Cinco de Mayo Festival on Sunday, May 4 at the Lake County Intermediate School gymnasium from 3-8 p.m. The Diversity Action Committee, a group formed as a result of a community meeting sponsored by the Leadville Coalition, organized the event.

The festival will include food, music, dancing, pinata breaking for kids and a live band. A mariachi band performs from 3:30-7:30 p.m. Local restaurants, including Manuelita’s and La Raza, and community members will bring food.



This will be a non-alcoholic event focusing on family fun. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for kids under 12.

Any businesses that donate money will receive free advertising. Send donations to La Raza, P.O. Box 404, Leadville, CO 80461. Make checks payable to Cinco de Mayo Festivities.



For more information, call Leadville Lake County Fire Rescue at (719) 486-2990.

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Atencion familias hispanas

Si usted tiene un nino que tenga cuatro anos cumplidos antes del 15 de septiembre, podriamos darle una beca para el prescolar en Frisco Elementary. Si usted esta interesado, llame a Sandy Hayward al (970) 668-3282.

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Breck clean-up day set for May 10

BRECKENRIDGE – Breckenridge town officials are looking for volunteers to man drop stations during the town’s annual Town Clean-up Day May 10.

The event, which goes from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., involves short shifts and easy duties, said Ken Miller of the Breckenridge Resort Chamber. Volunteers direct citizens to trash bins, recycling bins and other sites as they bring in trash, recyclables and other things they find as they help clean up the town after the snow melts.

Miller also is looking for prize donations for the volunteer raffle.

A barbecue and party is scheduled for all volunteers at Carter Park after the clean-up.

To volunteer or donate a raffle prize, call Miller at (970) 453-2913, ext. 210.

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Indoor mud ride is a great workout for a great cause

BRECKENRIDGE – Just when you thought mud season in the mountains would keep you off your bike, the Breckenridge Recreation Center challenges you to an indoor mud ride Saturday, May 3. Teams of two to eight and die-hard soloists will ride for eight hours to benefit the Bristlecone Hospice, a nonprofit home-care agency for families who are living with life-threatening illnesses.

Registration and team check-in is at 8 a.m., with the ride beginning at 8:30 a.m. The entry fee is $25 per person or $125 per team (minimums). Prizes will be awarded to the top individual and team fundraisers. The event also includes giveaways, climbing wall demonstrations, chair massage and more. Registration forms are available at the Breckenridge Recreation Center.

The benefit for Bristlecone Hospice is made possible by Great Adventure Sports, Great Western Lodging, Star-Trac, Spin Creative Studio and the Breckenridge Recreation Center.

For more information, contact the Breckenridge Recreation Center at (970) 453-1743.


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