Habitat for Humanity fundraiser fashion show a hit | SummitDaily.com

Habitat for Humanity fundraiser fashion show a hit

Kouri Wolf, 2003 President , Mountain Region Women's Council of Realtors

The Mountain Region Women’s Council of Realtors would like to thank the following businesses, individuals and volunteers for making this year’s Fashion Show Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity a huge success:Event sponsors: Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Angela Page, Myriam Construction, Premier Mortgage, GMAC Mortgage, Wal-Mart, Countrywide, Summit Daily News, Krystal 93, Alpine Appraisal, Land Title, Ten Mile Title, Omni Real Estate, Wolf Real Estate, Keystone Resort.Volunteers/donations: Dress Barn, Buckskin Trading Co. of Georgetown, Target, Lake Dillon Performing Arts Theatre, Ready Paint Fire, The Plant Man, Independent News, A Peddlers Barn, Laura Johnson, Monster Image, Pier One, Sew Much More, Red Mountain Rock Gym, Barbara Matzick, Crafty Girls, A Tranquil Soul (Yvonne Zook), Stage Coach Luxury Limousine, Tiger Inspections, City Market, Dillon Dam Brewery, Neils Lunceford, Inc., Boatyard Pizzeria & Grill, Tuscato, A Country Garden, J. Henry’s, Kristina Jewelers, The Raven Golf Club, ATP Services, Jeff Hill, Golf Pro, Copper Mountain Resort, Dillon Ridge Liquors, Heinz & Co. of Denver, The Upper Hand Plus, Breckenridge Hat Company, Pam Churman, Jill Zachery Hair Studio, Debbie Albado, Tri-Mountain Real Estate, Keystone Resort, Keystone Jewelers at River Run, Mary Designs, Summit Automotive Group, Gail McDonald, Silverthrone Recreation Center, Intrawest, Starbucks of Dillon, Valdora Mountain Lodge, Mikasa, Serendipity Imports, Bed Bath and Beyond.A special thank you to all of our models of the fashions this year. Your generosity helped to make this year’s home possible. The event raised $6,000 toward the 2003 Summit County Habitat Home. Come by and see the progress of the home, which is currently under construction in Gibson Heights in Breckenridge, and watch for “barn-raising” opportunities this weekend, when you can help finish the house.Thank you all for your continued support !

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