Copper thinks pink this weekend
COPPER MOUNTAIN – Copper Mountain will be sporting pink this weekend to support breast cancer awareness with the Pink Party and Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) Board-A-Thon.Pink is the new black for the Friday night Pink Party in the Grand Hall in the Copper Station Lodge in the East Village.For $30, attendees get in the door with two raffle tickets, two drink tickets, food and music; $20 of the entry fee and all of the raffle ticket proceeds will go directly to B4BC.Partygoers are encouraged to wear pink, the color of the breast cancer awareness ribbon. A 2005-2006 Rocky Mountain Super Pass will be awarded to the best pink outfit. Raffle prizes include two Colorado Ski Country VIP passes and two VIP credentials for the Gravity Games, which are coming to Copper Mountain March 3-7. To purchase tickets in advance call (970) 968-2318, ext. 4INFO or (866) 416-9872. Tickets will also be available at the door.Continuing the breast cancer awareness weekend is the B4BC Board-A-Thon on Saturday.Events for Saturday are as follows:– Halfpipe Jam Contest. Register in the Burning Stones Plaza 9 a.m. to noon. Jam is from 1-3 p.m. at the Superpipe. There is a $5 entry fee or a donation to B4BC. — Women’s Health Symposium from 4-5 p.m. in the Storm King Lounge with pink drink specials and more. — Op Girls Learn To Ride snowboarding clinic with Copper Ski & Ride School. Open to girls and women who want to learn how to snowboard. Sign up online at http://www.opgirlslearntoride.com. The top fundraiser ($500 minimum) for the weekend will receive a 2005-2006 Rocky Mountain Superpass and two vouchers to return to Copper Mountain for the remainder of the 2004-2005 season. All fundraisers who raise $250 will receive two vouchers to return to Copper for the remainder of the 2004-2005 season.Fundraisers who raise $150 will receive one voucher to return to Copper for the remainder of the 2004-2005 season Visit http://www.coppercolorado.com for more information on all events.
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