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Emore retires after 30 years

Mike Emore, a fourth-generation Summit County resident, retired June 27 from cel Energy after 30 years with the company.

Emore began work with the company – then known as Public Service Co. – in 1973 and worked his way up the phone pole, from groundman to lineman to working foreman. The Frisco man retired as a gas and electric field operations manager for the mountain division.

He planned to take a week’s vacation before beginning work as a consulting coordinator for Par Electric, where he will train someone else for his old job.

A party held in his honor in Littleton attracted more than 300 friends and employees.


Paramedics want your blood

FRISCO – The paramedics at Summit County Ambulance are out for blood – your blood, to be exact.

The county’s ambulance service will hold an open house and community blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. today at the Emergency Services Building at 227 County Road 1003, near the County Commons in Frisco.

The blood drive will supplement supplies at the Bonfils Blood Center, which provides blood products to more than 115 hospitals and medical facilities throughout the state. Donors will also have the opportunity to join the Colorado Marrow Donor Program registry. All donors will receive a T-shirt in appreciation.

For more information, call Summit County Ambulance at (970) 668-5777.


BRC July mixer will be July 16 at Ten Mile Station

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Resort Chamber (BRC) Ambassadors and the Breckenridge Ski Resort will sponsor the July chamber mixer at Ten Mile Station, located on Peak 9 in Breckenridge. (Access is available through the Beaver Run parking lot.)

The mixer will be Wednesday, July 16, from 5-7 p.m. Admission is $5 for Breckenridge Resort Chamber members and $10 for nonmembers.

Breckenridge Ski Resort will provide food and drinks for the event.

At 6 p.m., Friends Welcome, Breckenridge’s community-wide guest service program, will present awards to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding guest service in the community.

For more information, call the Breckenridge Resort Chamber at (970) 453-2913, ext. 204.


Volunteers wanted for trail maintenance

Please come out and help do some trail maintenance on the trails that we all use and enjoy. Work on relocating the Wheeler trailhead parking facility and signs. This event is Saturday, July 19, starting at 8 a.m.

Organizers will supply a light breakfast of coffee, bagels and juice. The day finishes with a tailgate full of beer, chips and snacks.

Meet at Dillon Ranger District Office in Silverthorne. The office is located about a half mile north of the intersection of I-70 and Highway 9.

Volunteers should bring lunch, water, sturdy boots, raingear and work gloves. The work will include a hike of a few miles and being out on the trails for the day.

Please R.S.V.P. with Jonathan, (970) 262-2399 or Currie, (970) 453-9056. Call with questions.


Free professional teambuilding and leadership day July 18

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) in Breckenridge, Colorado, is offering a free day of teambuilding and leadership programs on Friday, July 18, for business owners, directors, managers, human resource professionals, corporate trainers and decision makers. This is a great chance to experience how a BOEC program can help a company’s or organization’s productivity, cohesiveness and morale. The program will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will include a presentation on the BOEC, a tour of the scenic campus, sample team initiatives, lunch, an afternoon ropes course, professional facilitation and more. Discount lodging is available Thursday through Sunday in Breckenridge. Space is limited, so please register by contacting Roger Markel at (970) 453-6422 or at rogerm@boec.org.

Professional teambuilding and leadership programs through the BOEC are available throughout the year at the Breckenridge campus and in other locations in the western region. Learn more about the BOEC at http://www.boec.org or by e-mailing boec@boec.org.

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