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EVOLVE Wednesday at the community center

SUMMIT COUNTY – EVOLVE, a meditation and discussion group to encourage conscious living, will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Summit County Community and Senior Center in Frisco for a Falun Gong demonstration. The regular meeting will resume next week at 306 Rainbow Court in Silverthorne. Call (970) 468-5838 for additional information.

Free coffee with Frisco’s mayor and town manager



FRISCO – Frisco Mayor Bob Moscatelli and Town Manager Alan Briley will begin a regular series of early morning coffees to meet and informally talk to citizens and business owners.

From 7:30-9:00 a.m. the first and third Thursday morning of each month, the mayor and town manager will sip coffee at various restaurants in Frisco.



The first serving of free coffee and hot topics will be Thursday, April 3, at Abbey’s coffee shop at 720 Main Street.

Please feel free to stop by to talk about your hot topics and get to know the mayor and manager.

For more information, call Frisco Town Hall at (970) 668-5276 ext. 3039.

Factory stores start hotel shuttle

SILVERTHORNE – The Silverthorne and Dillon Factory Stores has started a shuttle service from several area hotels to the stores.

The shuttle picks up in Breckenridge at Valdoro Mountain Lodge, Great Divide Lodge, Beaver Run, the Village at Breckenridge and Main Street Station; in Frisco at the Holiday Inn; in Dillon at the Best Western Lake Dillon Lodge; and in Keystone at the Keystone Lodge.

For more information or to make a reservation for a shuttle, contact the hotel concierge or call (970) 389-6579.

Big thanks from Little Red Schoolhouse

On behalf of Little Red Schoolhouse and the early childhood community, I would like to express our sincerest thanks and gratitude to Vail Resorts, the town of Breckenridge and the Summit Foundation for their generous contributions to our new childcare facility at Vista Point. The $175,000 you have donated are so appreciated and are enabling us to jump start our capital campaign. I would also like to thank Lance Rader for the donation of land to this project. We are on our way and thank you again for giving Little Red a BIG hand! Sincerely,

Alison Stewart, executive director


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