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Fire mitigation help needed

The Summit County Wildfire Mitigation Project is looking for volunteer help for a fuel reduction project in the Ptarmigan neighborhood above Silverthorne.

The work takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 7. Meet at the Lake Dillon Fire Rescue Station at Blue River Parkway and Fourth Street.

Advance registration is recommended. Call Sandy Briggs at (970) 389-3754 or Patti Maguire (970) 513-4237.



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Wilderbash tonight



SUMMIT COUNTY – Anyone interested in public land use is invited to a meeting of Friends of the Eagles Nest Wildernest at tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Carter Park in Breckenridge. The meeting will move inside in case of rain.

Food and beverage will be donated by local supporters and some potluck by the board of directors.

On the agenda: discussion of local issues and challenges facing Summit County Wilderness management; White River Forest Plan Revision and travel management update; slide show of potential additions to Wilderness Preservation System in Colorado; and the opportunity to meet people interested in public land-use issues and outdoor adventures.

All are welcome. Please call Currie at (970) 453-9056 for information or directions.

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Junior golf clinic at the Breckenridge Golf Club

The Breckenridge Golf Club will be conducting a free junior golf clinic from 9-10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 7 for children ages 5 to 18.

The club’s professional staff will be providing instruction in putting, chipping, the full swing, etiquette and the rules of golf. Equipment will be provided for juniors if needed.

Preregistration is requested and may be made by calling the pro shop at (970) 453-9104.

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Breck announces summer rec pass options

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Recreation Department invites visitors and residents to take advantage of a variety of recreation pass options for the summer at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena and Breckenridge Recreation Center.

The new Summer 4 Pack Pass allows access to the rec center for three visits and a free visit to the ice arena for public skate or Stik n’ Puck.

Another 4 Pack version reverses the order, giving more time to skate.

The popular Dozen Days Pass is good for 12 visits to the rec center. This pass is transferable and can be shared among groups or families.

At the ice arena, the 10-punch pass is a great buy for 10 visits to either public skate or Stik n’ Puck.

Middle school and high school students can use the student discount card for admission to the two facilities at up to 50 percent savings.

This card is available through the Summit Prevention Alliance, Summit Middle School or Summit High School.

The block pass is also available this summer and is offered to property management groups, tour organizers, local employers and organizations looking to buy Breckenridge Recreation Center passes in volume. Buy in blocks of 25 passes, at a discount of 35 percent, and make the Breckenridge recreation amenities available to guests and employees.

Many other pass options are available. For information, call (970) 453-1734.


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