Hey, Spike! welcomes Vettes, woodies
This a rumbling loud weekend for Summit County as 600-plus fiberglass Chevy Corvettes cruise around the blacktop while classic wooden speedboats ply the clear waters of Frisco Bay Marina and Lake Dillon.
Hey, Spike! welcomes the Looking Glass Corvette Association and the Rocky Mountain Classics Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.
While some folks stick to the roadways, others to the waterways, Daniella Marin, an estrellita at the Hacienda Real restaurant over between Safeway and Walmart, recently took the the air – skydiving.
Daniella joined friends Anthony Weleski, Heather Harmon and Brian Teteak, who was marking his 30th birthday by jumping out of a good airplane.
“For someone that was scared of jumping from the side of a small pool, I feel like this was a great accomplishment,” says Daniella. “Would I do it again? I would do it every day if I could.”
Frisco matriarch (Frisco Lodge and Pink Plant Place) Jody Anderson and former local first lady Bonnie Moscatelli, now of Denver, were seen out and about chatting with Police Chief Tom Wickman and Clara Webb.
At Backcountry Brewery on Monday noon, movie star, oil spill solution investor, and rock ‘n roller Kevin Costner and a buddy were grabbing a to-go lunch, report Woody Van Gundy’s staffers.
Kevin is also spotted in the Cindy and Barry Abramowitz’ Butterhorn Bakery for breakfast now and then, when he’s headed to Aspen or back to DIA.
The Frisco Fine Art Gallery, managed by Eugenia Ersu, on Old Main Street, enjoyed an evening soriee recently.
Attending were The Koentges Family of Patrick, Laurie, Alexandra, Phil and Anne, Paul Jr., and Tera, Paul Sr., Nancy Chase, and Kate Boinard.
Artists on hand included Ted Garcia, Lynne Milliken, Paul and Lucia Cunningham, Dale Montagne, Jane Christie, Jeannie Paty, Arlene Qocq, John Passaro, Victoria Thomas, Debra Jeffry, Jennifer Barbour, Nicole Taylor, Paul Koentges Sr., and Mary Staby.
Among others making the “scene” were Cindy and Terry Stanford of Cabo San Lucas, The Philippe Family, and Alpine Accents’ Chuck and Lorri Heuck.
The gallery has Plein Air painting workshops scheduled for the next five weekends on the patio.
Out and about for many reasons were these personalities:
Sandi and Bill Bruns, Dillon Mayor Ron Holland, James Otis Kite, Mary Margaret Motsinger, Dillon Police Chief Joe Wray, Herb and Diane Hazen from Ajijic, Mexico, and Dillon; Steve Immer, Diana and Robert Levin, Marcia and Joe Newhart, Linda Simon, Polly and David Hendee from Omaha; Terry Novak, Alicia Dunn, Lucy Kay, Bonnie Guthrie, Ken DeShaies, Bonnie Moinet, Bruce Campbell, Mary Ellen and Larry Gilliland, Maggie and George Osborne, Nancy and Jim Gulley and friends Linda Grenfell and Gary Nettleton; Amy Nelson and Dr. Jim Bachman, Janet Carter, Judy Stanley of Emeryville, Calif.; Simone Belz, Julie Sutor, Chad Most, Johnny, Monica, Bård and Sondre Stormark from Norway; Patricia and Steve Koeneke of Denver, Melanie Frye and Keith Bilisoly and mom Shirley Bilisoly; Edie Prescott, Sue Peterson, Tina Oberheide, Sandy and Len Rhodes, Alice Noble, John Scott, Dick Cunningham, Ann McMillan of Denver; Pat and Jan Butler, Bill Frye of Durango; and that arts activist Sandy Greenhut.
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