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Bike giveaway Saturday
SILVERTHORNE – Bike and gear giveaways will be only part of the party Saturday, as the Silverthorne Police Department stages its Safe Summer Kickoff.
Officers will give away 11 bikes, one tricycle, 50 bike helmets, 50 bike locks, 50 bike safety lights, 75 skateboard helmets, 50 car seats, 500 gun locks and 100 water bottles at the family safety-oriented event.
The fair will also include a bike rodeo, displays and demonstrations from a dozen different emergency service agencies and a free barbecue lunch.
The Safe Summer Kickoff will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the lawn outside the Silverthorne Pavilion at 400 Blue River Parkway.
Backcountry Ball leader needed
The Summit Huts second annual Backcountry Ball will be Oct. 18, and the hunt is on for someone to chair the event.
The volunteer should be interested and involved in Summit Huts. This position would involve a few hours a week to help coordinate this large fundraising event.
Call Melissa at (970) 453-8583 for information.
HealthQuest expo at Copper seeks sponsors
COPPER MOUNTAIN – Women of the Summit is looking for health professionals and health-related businesses interested in booth space or in sponsoring HealthQuest expo at Copper Mountain, set for Sept. 7.
HealthQuest is an annual event that focuses on health, safety and fitness in a high alpine, high-energy environment. Last year, the event drew more than 300 people from Summit, Lake and Eagle counties. The event consists of a silent auction dinner, children’s walk-a-thon, a 5-
kilometer race, a women’s health symposium and a health expo. All race registration fees and dinner proceeds go to the Women of the Summit’s cancer prevention efforts and to Advocates for Victims of Assault.
Booth space at the health expo is free for health professionals and health-related businesses willing to offer a free service to the public that day. Space is limited to 20 booths, and reservations are filling up quickly, so call now. To reserve your space, contact Jackie Picard at (970) 453-7907.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available to businesses and individuals looking to support healthy lifestyles in our mountain community. Sponsors will receive advertising and publicity for their involvement. Various levels of sponsorship, from cash donations to donation of goods and services, are available. Call Nancy Ewing at (970) 468-1511 for more information.
For more information on HealthQuest, go online to http://www.summithealthquest.com.
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