Hey, Spike! hits the social hotspots
April 9, 2009
Springtime is funtime on The Summit.
Experiencing one of the better days for a party this week was that gang from Precision Ski and Golf, with its season-ender gathering at Copper Mountain’s Flyers Grill.
Hosted by Jim Deines and Linda Simon and shop manager Seth Bartley, the skiing roster included Mark “Blackie” Black, Scott and Becky McDill, Annie Brewster, Tim McDonald, Paul Howard Bell, Rick Foster, Jed Haupt, Jan Prowell and Harlow Perrigo, Tony Always, Dan and Aurora Berggren, Rob Philippe, Steve Smith, Deborah and son George “Groomer Boy” Cassaletta, Molly Heine, Bruce Lew, Derek Scalletta, Sean Bishop, and Rob and Heather Sickler.
Appreciation was extended to the Copper Ski Patrol headed by Hagen Lyle.
And for a nighttime event, the Summit Rotary Club hosted its annual Ice Ball at the Silverthorne Pavilion.
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Among those making the scene quite festive were:
Marilynn and Art Burger and granddaughters Peyton and Ryan from Lonetree, Marilyn Hogan, Judith Beling, Sandy and Rotary Club President Bill Reetz, Betsy and Don Sather, Jim and Laurel Allen, Sam and Paula Parker, Jim and Connie Bull, Deborah and Paul Hage, Julieanne Cobb and Bill Gilchrist, Terry Ihlenfeld, Sen. Dan Gibbs, Laura Steben, Mark Fox, Dave and Benedicte Manwaring, Gary and Dianne Wilkinson, Mary Beth and Dr. Ron Gilligan, Jon Kreamelmeyer, Joni Ellis, Mike Dardi, Elle Davis, Melissa Ball, Dan Ulmer and Lanelle Barnett, Brian and Karen Wray, Kouri Wolf and Greg Verschelden, Brad and Mary Dickerson, Richard and Laurie Evans, Gilchrist Catering chefs Joe Myers and Michael Pharl, and Kyle Gilchrist.
Playing for the Ice Ball gig was the Tommy Shreve Band, labeled the “Icebreakers” for that night.
Joining band leader and “local guitar god” Tommy were bass and acoustic guitarist Bob Alster, drummer William Pinner, and sax and keyboard players Dave Camp and Bob “Bubba” Fisher.
Visiting daughter Rhonda Anderson and son-in-law Tod of Dillon, who own Majestic Mountain Movers in Silverthorne, were Ron and Donna Frauendorfer of Humphrey, Neb.
Grandchildren Kristin and Aaron were the highlights of the trip.
Kristin performed her harp recital at the Rocky Mountain Bible Church on Sunday night.
Ski Tip Ranch hosted an intimate dinner for about 30 VIPs at the Mountain Travel Symposium.
Hey, Spike! sources say the group included Summit Daily News Publisher Jim Morgan, Aspen’s Klaus Obermeyer, along with locals Lynn Skall and Steve Corneillier.
Summit County Chamber of Commerce Director of Marketing Jeanette Jones-Campagna just announced the US Army National Guard will hold its 2009 Logistics Management Seminar at Keystone Resort and Conference Center on May 4-8, bringing 1,400 attendees.
“Though traditionally a ‘quiet’ time for Summit County following the close of most of our resorts and ski areas, this can be an opportunity to bring some welcomed unanticipated folks into your businesses and establishments,” says Jones-Campagna.
If you’d like to offer a “special” to the group, contact their conference coordinator, Christine Glynn, 703-607-9786 or Christine.Glynn@-us.army.mil
You may contact the local chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Miles F. Porter IV, nicknamed “Spike,” a Coloradan since 1949, is an Army veteran, former Climax miner, graduate of Adams State College, and a resident of Summit County since 1982. He is an award-winning investigative reporter who, with wife Mary E. Staby, owned newspapers in Summit County for nearly 20 years.
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