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Summit County giving briefs: Ice Melt winners announced

The Dillon Ice Melt Device slipped into the frigid waters on May 13, 2016 at 1:10 p.m.
Courtesy of the Rotary Club of Summit County |

Ice Melt contest winners announced

This year’s Dillon Ice Melt contest winners were recently announced, as the device slid through the ice on May 13, 2016. Coming in much later than last year’s time, which broke through on April 20, Rotarian Diane Monaghan said the date was in the expected range.

“We had quite a few entries for that day,” she added.

The official time was 1:10 p.m. (and 32 seconds), with a high temperature of 62 degrees. Local woman Susan Crandall took first, for the winning prize of $4,000, while Susan Bond took the second-place prize of $2,000.

There was a four-way tie for third place, with four people guessing “13:13:13:13.” The temperature served as a tiebreaker, and John Mullen took the $1,000 prize.

Vail Centre offers scholarships to Duke nonprofit program

The Vail Centre is partnering with Duke University to bring its signature Nonprofit Management Program to Vail this summer from July 31 to Aug. 5. This intensive track certificate program explores eight areas of nonprofit management including fundraising, board governance, planning and evaluation, grant writing, leadership, sustainability, strategy and financial management.

Scholarships are available for area nonprofits and three have already been awarded to Eagle River Youth Coalition, Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley and Eagle River Watershed Council. Additional scholarships are available to local nonprofits through the Vail Centre.

This immersion program is geared toward nonprofit leaders with two or more years of management experience and will be conducted over six days and include ten courses. In addition, there will be mountain receptions with the professors, networking opportunities and outdoor activities.

For additional information or to apply for a scholarship, visit http://www.vailcentre.org/Duke-npm/, or email attend@vailcentre.org

Art show to benefit Keystone Science School

Arts Alive Gallery in Breckenridge is hosting an art show to benefit the Keystone Science School. On June 11, 2016, entrants will receive wine and hors d’oeuvres while viewing works from local artists. The event will take place from 4-8 p.m. at the Summit County Arts Council on 500 Main St. in Breckenridge. Tickets may be purchased for $25 at http://www.keystonescienceschool.org. All entry fee proceeds will go to KSS, and 15 percent of all art sales from the event will also benefit the nonprofit.

Tee up for Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Swing into summer with your favorite playing partner in this 2-player scramble at Keystone Ranch Golf Course. The event is hosted by PGA Pro, Philip Tobias, who generously donates the raffle proceeds to the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center’s Keystone Adaptive Center Programs.

The cost of $125 per golfer includes cart, practice balls, event gifts, dinner and beverages. Prizes are also available.

The tournament will take place on June 19, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Register by Friday, June 17. Contact Tobias at PTobias@vailresorts.com or call the Keystone Ranch golf shop at (970) 496-4250.

Second Sundays Film Series presents new film

The Second Sundays Film Series will present a new film on the second Sunday of every month. The series will start with a free showing of the Overnighters, a movie depicting the lives of people chasing the North Dakota oil boom, only to discover affordable housing is nearly impossible to find. Much of the focus is on the efforts of local pastor Jay Reinke who allowed more than 1,000 people to stay at his church over a two-year period during the oil shale boom.

The free showing is hosted by the Summit Interfaith Council, and will be held at the North Branch Library in Silverthorne on Saturday, June 12 at 7 p.m.

—Compiled by Elise Reuter


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