Locals Appreciation Party in Silverthorne raises over $30,000

The Silverthorne Locals Appreciation Party raised over $30,000 on May 6, 2022.
Nate Cordero, Town of Silverthorne/Courtesy photo

The Town of Silverthorne and Locals Liquors raised $30,089 through the First Friday Locals Appreciation Party.

The party took place on May 6 at the Performing Arts Center, and Locals Liquor hosted an online auction featuring special allocations of bourbon and whiskey. Funds that were raised during the event will go to five local nonprofits, including Smart Bellies, Summit County Rescue Group, Building Hope, Save a Brain, and the Family and Intercultural Resource Center’s Rental Assistance Fund.

Residents who still wish to contribute can purchase “All Call” pale ales created by Angry James Brewery, Bakers’ Brewery, Outer Range Brewery, Broken Compass Brewery and the Dillon Dam Brewery for the event. Local breweries created their own take on an American-style pale ale, named after the term the Summit County Rescue Group uses for an all-hands-on-deck rescue. A dollar from each beer sold will be donated to the Summit County Rescue Group.


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