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Join the Friends of Eagles Nest Wilderness for trail maintenance

The Friends of Eagles Nest Wildernest trail maintenance day gateway project is Saturday, June 21.

Please come out and help perform maintenance on trails which are used and enjoyed by all. Local trails receive enormous visitation and need some cleaning up after the winter. Work is needed on clearing brush, downed timber, installing signs, water bars and a host of other things.

Volunteers will receive a light breakfast including coffee, bagels and juice. The day will end with a tailgate full of beer, chips and snacks. It’s always a fun way to bring in the summer and give something back to the wilderness.



Participants will meet at 8 a.m. at the Dillon Ranger District Office in Silverthorne, about a half-mile north of the intersection of Interstate 70 and Highway 9.

Volunteers will do trail maintenance at various locations in the Summit County portion of the Eagles Nest Wilderness.



Bring lunch, water, sturdy boots, raingear and work gloves. Volunteers will hike a few miles and be out on the trails for the day.

If you would like to participate, please R.S.V.P. to Jonathan at (970) 262-2399 or Currie at (970) 453-9056. Feel free to call with any questions.

Local post offices to host customer appreciation day June 25

SUMMIT COUNTY – The Breckenridge, Dillon and Frisco post offices will host a customer appreciation day June 25. People are encouraged to visit the facilities, enjoy refreshments and meet the employees.

“Our customers have been wonderful,” said Linda Sanfilippo, the acting postmaster at the Breckenridge office. “We’ve had a lot of challenges as an organization in the last couple of years, but our customers have stuck by us. We truly enjoy being the tie that binds our community together with the rest of the nation and the world.”

Salazar opens new law office and tax service 

Come celebrate the grand opening of the newest location of the law office of Esteban A. Salazar, PC and Jackson Hewitt Tax Service.

The grand opening includes a patio fiesta, art show and barbecue from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 21.

The new office is located at 110 2nd Ave., at 2nd and Main streets in Frisco.

The grand opening coincides with Fiesta Frisco –

Festival del Verano. This event celebrates the summer solstice with the music of Manuel Molina y Su Combo Caliente and much more entertainment on Frisco’s Main Street.

For information or to R.S.V.P. for the grand opening of Salazar’s office, call (970) 668-1035.

For details on Fiesta Frisco, visit: townoffrisco.com/events2000.htm.

Learn to rescue in Colorado’s rivers

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – Colorado rivers offer boating enthusiasts lots of refreshing fun on hot summer days, from rafting to kayaking to tubing.

But sadly, these same waterways claim too many lives each year.

To educate rescue personnel and the public about river safety and rescue techniques, Colorado Mountain College is offering Swift Water Rescue Technician I from June 27-29.

The class is open to those 17 or older. It is appropriate for anyone who works, plays or might be involved in a river rescue, including fire and Sheriff’s Office personnel, raft guides, BLM and Forest Service employees and recreational boaters.

Bill Dvorak of Dvorak Expeditions on the Arkansas River will teach the course. Dvorak is a seasoned and certified instructor with Rescue III International.

The intensive three-day course will cover river hazards and strategies for self-rescue and the rescue of others.

Swift Water Rescue Technician I is a one-credit course. Certificates are awarded upon successful completion of the course. Wet suits are recommended, and an equipment list is available at the CMC Glenwood Springs

Center.

The class is limited to 18 students.

Register by calling (970) 945-7486. For more information about Swift Water I Rescue, visit CMC’s Web site: http://www.coloradomtn.edu/classes/schedules.html.


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