Stage officials seek input on operations plan
BRECKENRIDGE – Summit Stage officials will host a public meeting at the Breckenridge Town Hall Wednesday to discuss the bus system’s draft operations plan for 2004-2009.
The meeting is a follow-up from two open houses held in January and March where Stage officials solicited comments about how to improve bus service. The purpose of next week’s meeting is to present the draft plan and receive comments.
The plan is available online at http://www.lsccs.com/projects/
summit/final.htm. The document is called Draft Summit Stage Operations Plan, 2004-2009. Stage officials hope to have the document finalized by the end of June.
For more information, contact the Stage at (970) 668-0999.
Join the BOEC
on Quandary Peak
for a trail workday
The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center has partnered with the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI) to adopt Quandary Peak south of Breckenridge. Quandary Peak trail workdays are June 28 and 29, and the BOEC is looking for 15 enthusiastic volunteers each day to help CFI with trail work.
Most of the work will be done above treeline for this project, and it will last from 8 a.m. to about 3 p.m. Come for one day or both. Spaces are limited, so call Roch at (970) 453-6422 to sign up.
Annual Mountain Mixer takes over factory stores
The annual Mountain Mixer at the Silverthorne and Dillon Factory Stores starts the party Friday, June 27 at 5:30 p.m. in the Blue Village by Nike. Come out for this free event and enjoy food and drinks from Ti Amo, Dillon Dam Brewery, Maxwell Street, Chub’s Subs, and Cinnamonster.
Live music from Kutandara will get the crowd moving.
Lodging specials are offered through many area hotels for those coming from out of town – the membership from ten chambers was invited.
Come enjoy a great night at the Factory Stores and try your luck at raffle prizes from several of the stores. For information, call (970) 262-9239.
Summit Day Camps need materials for art projects
Sherry Gareau with Americorps and Summit Day Camps need certain recyclables for art projects with kids at camp. Recyclables can be dropped off at the Youth and Family Department of the County Commons Building.
The kids will make projects from the following materials: toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, egg cartons and brown paper.
The camps also need elastic, dowel rods, tracing paper, poster board, velcro, old jewelry and colored tissue paper.
Any and all donations of the above items are greatly and thankfully appreciated. Gareau thanks donors in advance for their gifts.
– Daily News staff reports
Cub Scouts thank all their supporters
Once again, I would like to thank all the people in our community who regularly take time out of their busy days for our kids.
This year the Cub Scouts visited the kitchen at the Village at Breckenridge, courtesy of the banquet chefs and Mary Lou LiPuma. The Cubs had delicious smoothies at Cafe Breck while learning some good domestic cooking skills.
A heartfelt thank you to the Frisco Historical Society for a really fun tour of the Old Schoolhouse in Frisco’s Historic Park and all its wonderfully restored buildings and artifacts. It is an amazing collection everyone should take time to see.
Also, to Breckenridge Elementary School principal Rebecca Wilson and fourth-grade teacher Mike Rupert, thank you for taking the time to present to the kids the value of education and how the school structure works.
Thanks to Mr. Bill at CMC for a great pottery class and for the pinch pots we made in hopes of promoting budding artists.
Thank you to Chris at Breckenridge Automotive on Airport Road. Chris is not only Summit’s best mechanic but someone who regularly does workshops and demonstrated an oil change and more for us.
And also thank you to Tammy Hales at Genuine Fitness Studio on Airport Road, a new fitness facility, who worked the kids out and gave them a good early start on building good bodies. Check her studio out.
Thank you to Summit Huts for an excellent hut trip and to all the leaders who work so hard to arrange wonderful campouts and take care of business for the kids. They put in a lot of time.
Our sincere appreciation to all of you, and here’s to next year!
Den leader, Den 9
Breckenridge Elementary Cub Scouts
Safety Fair helped with car seats
I would like to thank the town of Silverthorne, the Silverthorne Police Department and, in particular, Mark Watson, Anne McNelly, Shelly Almroth from Central Mountains Safe Kids and Jackie Pike from the Red, White and Blue Fire Department, who recently helped me install new car seats in my vehicle.
Kudos to the town of Silverthorne, which sponsored the recent Safety Fair and takes great care in publicly assisting and educating parents about car seat safety.
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