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Community Notes

Do you want to thank someone in thecommunity? Send us your thank-you in 150 words or less and title it “Thank-you.”——–LAPS ate well at meetingThe League for Animals and People of the Summit (LAPS) thanks the following restaurants for the scrumptious desserts they donated to our 2003 annual meeting:Subway, the Backcountry Brewery, Silverheels at the Ore House, the Blue Spruce and the Butterhorn Bakery. All in favor of eating at these establishments, raise your paws. Thanks so much for the goodies.Our speakers from Intuitive Advantage, Dr. Anne Salisbury and Greg Meyerhoff,are also given a thumbs up for donating their time and expertise to our meeting.They are two very qualified individuals who use their intuitive powers to delve into the minds ofanimals and people to help them resolve conflict in their lives. LAPS is very grateful to these and other community businesses and individuals who help us to help the needy animals of the Summit.———-Barn dance a successWe would like to thank all the individuals who made Summit County Pre-school’s Barn Dance a huge success. It takes lots of hard work from many people to make an event successful, and we are very fortunate at SCP to have so many families who are dedicated to the school.Thank you to all the families who worked so hard at getting silent auction donations and helping with the event.Thank you also to all the businesses in the community who have supported us throughout the years, including:Copper Mountain, Hearthstone and Mi Casa, Summit Chiropractic, Dillon Dam Brewery, First Bank of Frisco, Wal-mart, City Market, Silverthorne Recreation Center, Target, Sunshine Cafe, Breckenridge Medical Center, Upper Hand, First Impressions Salon, Boatyard, Community First, Plant Man & Co., Colorado Floor Works, Main Street Outlet, Colorado Rockies, My Chelle Dermaceuticals, Anlters Liquors, Antlers Gifts, Howard Head Physical Therapy in Keystone and Breckenridge, Mountain Comfort Furnishings, Pioneer Sports, Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters, New Belgium Brewing, Bonnie Norling Wakeman, Holiday Inn and Four Points Sheraton.Thanks also to Misty Jobin Hair Design, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Ruby Tuesday, Backcountry Brewpub and Pizzeria, Hotel Frisco, Resort Quest, Around the World Toys, Mountain Top Children’s Museum, Buyers Resource, Terri Couch, CPA, Breck Ironworks, Borders, Breck Dogworks, Safeway, McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Moose Jaw, Best Western, Robinson Dairy, Remax, A&W, Noble Cisco Foods, Breckenridge BBQ and Q4U.Special thanks to our corporate sponsor, Bob Lau at LPL Financial Services. We are also eternally grateful to our awesome and dedicated director, Kristin Foss, and the wonderful staff who take such good care of our children everyday.The children’s play was precious. Thanks also to Claire Cooper and Laurie Bouzerelous for sharing their horse and pony. They were the highlights of the afternoon. We also thank the Summit Daily News for their support and publicity. Thanks to all who helped us with this event.The Summit CountyPre-school fundraisers, Lara Jackman, Myra Eby, Karen Harsch and Kelley Lau———-Breckenridge Police thank participants who made poop scoop a successBreckenridge Police Department would like to thank the more than 60 people who came out to help clean up Carter Park and Breckenridge Elementary. We would especially like to thank Kris Kosniek and Shirley Raney for helping organize this event for the second year in a row. A big thank you also goes out to all of our wonderful sponsors:Allegra Print and Imaging, Backstage Theatre, Blue River Property Management, Breckenridge Brewery, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Downstairs at Eric’s, Flying Colors, Giampietro, Green Acres Landscaping, Health Massage Center, Hearthstone, LaserGraphics, Main Street Bistro, Marty’s for Kids, MiZuppa, Mountain Tees, Nick and Willy’s, Paws and Claws, Quandary Grill, Shirt Mine, Shirt Off My Back, Shirt Stop, Space Cowboy, St. Bernard, Steak and Rib, Summerays, Wilson-Lass Imagemaker, and the town of Breckenridge.———-Thanks Keystone cleanup volunteersThanks to all of the volunteers who helped make Keystone Clean Up Day a great success. A special thanks to the following people and sponsors for their support:Thanks to Ric Pocius of the Summit County Landfill, Bud Hall of Waste Management, Don McCoy of Cures ‘n Curiosities and Jim Shields of the Snake River Saloon. Thanks also to Mountain View Drug, Loveland Pass Liquor and Keystone Grocery for providing refreshments.Tom and Paul at Mitch’s Deli and Pizzeria came through with a great lunch, as always, for the volunteers.We also wish to thank Keystone Resort staff for their continued support of our clean up projects.The Keystone Citizens’ League

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