Hey, Spike! notes stars Bo and Brittony
Tonight, Breckenridger Bo Tomlyn is performing at D’Vine Wine, located just to the right of the Silverthorne Pavilion. The show starts at 6.
Bo played on albums, programmed synthesizers or was involved in the concerts with the likes of Cher, Barbra Streisand, Chicago, Toto, Lionel Richie, Earth Wind and Fire, Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Barry Manilow, Julio Iglesias, Bruce Springsteen, and Hands Across America.
Brittony Corneillier, a 2005 Summit High School graduate, was back in Summit County recently to attend the Keystone Symposia HIV/AIDS Immunobiology Conference at the Keystone Conference Center.
Brittony is the daughter of Steve and Kathy Corneillier. Steve is the general manager of Keystone’s golf and recreation.
Last summer, Brittony was an international volunteer at an HIV resource center in Nyunga, South Africa, working with children who have the AIDS virus.
Brittony plans to continue her education in public health after she graduates in May from the University of Missouri, with a bachelor’s degree in international studies.
She eventually hopes to return to South Africa and continue her work with the HIV/AIDS communities.
Hey, Spike! rode up the lift at Copper on the final day of season with Bruce Erickson, a sales and marketing rep for KYGO 98.5, the Denver bigtime country radio station.
A frequent skier, Bruce is into web development and magic. Interesting fellow.
Hey, you rockhounds: Dr. Don Langmuir, professor emeritus of Colorado School of Mines, will discuss Summit County geology on Saturday, May 2, at 3 p.m., in the Mount Royal Room, County Commons Building in Frisco.
Don will have rock and mineral samples from his personal collection and those from Leadville’s National Mining Museum.
Miles F. Porter IV, nicknamed “Spike,” a Coloradan since 1949, Army vet and former Climax miner, owned with wife Mary E. Staby, newspapers in Summit County for nearly 20 years.
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