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HCSA thanks supporters

The High Country Soccer Association would like to thank the Summit County community for its support this past year.We could not have served our members without the financial assistance of our sponsors, The Summit Foundation and the generosity of our volunteers.We appreciate the time and effort of the many parents, players, coaches and referees. We would also like to acknowledge the in-kind grants for facilities usage from the towns of Breckenridge, Silverthorne and Frisco and Summit County government.Thank you for making soccer happen for nearly 2,400 participants. We want to thank the following businesses that supported our 17 leagues and programs this year.Special thanks to our lead partner, The Village at Breckenridge. Thanks also to: Windy City Pizza, the Brown Hotel, the Barnyard, Charlie Dogs, Ramada Inn, Prospector Restaurant, Mountain Touch Hallmark, Community First National Bank, Steaming Bean, Back Country Brewery, Discount Liquor Mart, Cash Now, Hit This, Deli Bellys, Farmers Insurance, Fatty’s Pizza, Grand Timber Lodge, Time for Cake, Everist Materials, Law Offices of David Helmer, Summit Real Estate Professionals, Ski Country Resort, Natures Own, Credit Union of the Rockies, Ten Mile Dental, Grotemeyer Painting, Slifer Smith and Frampton, Curves for Women, Dependable Auto Glass, Oz Architecture and Breck Associates.Also: Swift and Quandt LLC, CPA, Harris Construction, Arapahoe Architects, Good Consulting, Pioneer Sports, Sears, Carlson, Carlson & Dunkelmann, Strategic Fence and Wall, Mountain Lyon Café, Advantage Mortgage Solutions, Community First National Bank, Alpine Property Services, Quiet Pines Lodging, Lodge and Spa at Breckenridge, JVC & KB Mechanical, Arapahoe Basin, Cala Inn, Westar Bank, Highlands at Breckenridge, Travis Construction, TCD Inc., Four Kings Carpet Cleaning, Neils Lunceford, A Kinder Carpet and Ron’s Texaco.Also: Austin Consulting, Extreme Pizza, Air Wall Technicians, Copy Copy, V2K Window Fashions, Clint’s Bakery, Cropper Electric, Rocky Mountain Mortgage, Quiet Pines Lodging, Kaupas Water, Alpine Appraisal, Abbey’s Coffeehouse, Custom Eyes, Arm & Hammer Construction, TC3 Architects, First Bank – Frisco, Copper Mountain Resort, Summit Daily News, Scoop Daniel, Summit Ford, Valley Meats in Frisco, Fiesta Jalisco, Colorado Mountain Express, Breck Medical Center and Ed Casias.

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