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Middle school stages play

SUMMIT COUNTY – If Queen Toot can be raised from the dead, she will rule the world.

In the middle school’s latest play, “Evil Doings at Queen Toot’s Tomb,” an expedition travels to Egypt to open Queen Toot’s tomb. Unbeknownst to the group, Allura, a women among the group, is there to raise the queen from the dead to rule the world.

In the comedy, Allura tries to kidnap another woman on the expedition (because the queen’s spirit needs a live body to possess) without raising the suspicion of those on the expedition.



Craig Sodaro, Summit Middle School English and drama teacher, is directing the play – featuring a cast of 19 seventh- and eighth-graders – which runs this week.

Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Summit Middle School. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for children and students and will be sold at the door.



Summit County Christian School launches evening of entertainment

SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Christian School will sponsor a fundraiser Friday, May 9. The theme will be “Construction Zone.”

Those in attendance will enjoy silent and live auctions, a prime rib dinner and prizes for the best “job-site” or Bob-the-Builder-style costumes.

“This annual Spring Fling event attracts some of the county’s most friendly and fun locals who are looking for a chance to bid on a Disney vacation, golf and lodging at Cordillera, RV vacation rental, a black Lab puppy, a Great Pyrenees puppy, season ski passes and equipment or just an opportunity to socialize, dine and support Summit County’s only private school,” said Deb Borel, director of development.

The fundraiser will take place from 6-10 p.m. at Beaver Run in Breckenridge (in the ballroom on the third floor). Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children age 10 and under. For tickets, call (970) 668-2173.

For more information, contact Cookie Johnson or Deb Borel at (970) 668-8800 or (970) 668-2173 or by e-mail at

debborel@aol.com

Keystone residents

can get rid of slash

KEYSTONE – Keystone Resort, Keystone Citizens League and the Snake River Fire Department are conducting a slash, burn and chip day May 17 for Keystone property owners.

Slash larger than 6 inches in diameter cannot be accepted. Slash should be brought to the resort’s Montezuma parking lot anytime between May 9 and 17 and left in the designated area.

If you pile slash at the side of the road by the end of May 15, Keystone Resort will pick it up and carry it to the site.

Organizers say this is a great opportunity to reduce fire danger in Keystone and to clean up and beautify the community.

Silverthorne loan officer recognized

SILVERTHORNE – Premier Mortgage Group named Silverthorne employee Brandee VanderWerf to its 2002 Premier Club. The company honor is given to top performing loan officers.

Premier Mortgage Group also reported $1.1 billion in sales for 2002, more than doubling performance over two years.

Premier Mortgage Group has 11 locations throughout the mountains.


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