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‘Into the Mind’ with Team Breck

Team Breck Sports Club is proud to host the movie premier of “Into The Mind.” Join us on Nov. 15 at Colorado Mountain College for the movie premier and fundraiser. There will be two showings of ‘Into the Mind’, starting at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Several athletes from the movie will be in attendance, so please come join and help raise fund for Team Breck Sports Club. Proceeds from this event will go to helping kids get skiing scholarships. Tickets are available online or at the door for $15. Visit Team Breck’s website at http://teambrecksportsclub.com for more information.



Free HOA Presentation

The Mountain HOA Academy is hosting presentations on HOA Finance and Risk Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the Mount Royal Room at County Commons, 37 Peak One Dr., Frisco. The event runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The presentation on HOA Finance will discuss effective assessment collection policies and how new legislation regarding bad debt affects delinquent accounts. Additionally, funding strategies for major capital projects will be addressed. The presentation on Risk Management will discuss reducing exposure to loss, significance of preventative maintenance and further pertinent remedies. There will be time for question and answer as well as some general discussion. The presentations are free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served. Registration is requested due to limited seating, but attendance is encouraged even if you do not register. Registration may be attended to by contacting Murray Bain at (970) 485-0829, or at murray@summitHOAservices.com.



Fill the Van

Colorado Mountain Express’s 16th Annual Fill the Van food drive will take place this Saturday, Nov. 16 where thousands of pounds of food will be collected for food banks across Colorado’s mountain communities in Summit, Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin Counties. CME vans will be parked outside of area grocery stores throughout Summit County, Eagle County and the Roaring Fork Valley for collections between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The collected donations will remain in the county in which they were donated. Beneficiaries include Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) in Summit County. Collection sites include: Dillon – City Market, Frisco –Wal-Mart, and Breckenridge – City Market.

Annual Nordic Ski Swap

Join us this weekend for the Nordic Ski Swap offering the best deals in the county on Classic, Skate, Telemark, Backcountry & Snowshoe equipment and accessories on Friday, Nov. 15, Sat Nov. 16 and Sunday Nov. 17 at 1200 Ski Hill Rd. in Breckenridge & Nov. 22-24 at 616 Recreation Way at the Frisco Nordic Center. Turn your old gear or clothing into cash. No charge to consign items or attend the event, call us at (970) 453-6855 or visit http://www.breckenridgenordic.com events calendar for details and times.

CSU extension 4-H Stem Training

Our State Colorado State University Extension/4-H STEM Specialist, Dr. Barbara Shaw will be here Thursday—Robotics Training and Friday evening and Saturday morning offering General STEM trainings for volunteers and teen leaders to learn about how to offer a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program at your school. No STEM experience required. Trainings are free—RSVP to Kathie Kralik kkralik@co.summit.co.us or (970) 668-4142.

Creating you personal

Holidays greetings

This seminar will help you spice up your personal holiday greetings to relatives and friends using Microsoft Word. Whether it’s a calendar, a collage, or a newsletter we will briefly discuss each. We will also discuss the advantages of commercial services and private printers to prepare the copies of your greeting. This will be a “hands on” seminar so bring your computers and plan to follow along. The seminar will run Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9-11 a.m. at the Senior Center in Frisco. The cost is $5.00 and the seminar is limited to 20 so please call the Senior Center to pre-register at (970) 668-2940.


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