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Backstage Theater looking for volunteers

It’s an exciting, fun filled new season at the Breckenridge Backstage Theatre. We invite all interested parties to join our enthusiastic throng of volunteers who support and participate in a variety of ways. Email nanageralyn@gmail.com to find out more.

Optimists honor middle school students

The Summit-Lake Dillon Optimist club recently honored several Summit Middle School students and their parents with a luncheon in recognition of the students’ community service work. Performing community service projects is part of the International Baccalaureate program at the school. Students recognized were, 6th grade: Shannon O’Brien, Jacob Lau and Lily Young, 7th grade: Simone Babet and 8th grade: Joey Klaas and Nicole McLachlan.

Right brain success process workshop

This Right Brain Success workshop will introduce you to the principles of the inventing process and show how the mind interprets what you experience based on how it is programmed. The good news is – when it is programmed the way you want it to be, it will become your partner in fulfilling your heart’s desire and on the road to having a happy and fulfilling life. The workshop will take place on Nov. 16. If you are interested in hearing more about Right Brain Success, please email: swan center@mindspring.com or call John Longhill at (970) 468-0924. The workshop fee is $475 and is fully guaranteed. If it does not meet or exceed your expectations you will receive a full refund.

It’s Elementary at Peppino’s

Eat-at or take-out from Peppino’s Pizza in Frisco on Tuesday, Nov. 19 and support Frisco Elementary School. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the school. Please mention Frisco Elementary when placing order. Thank you!

Adventures in Food and Art

Arts Alive Gallery & BOEC presents ADVENTURES IN FOOD & ART, An Adventure Filled fund-raiser For The Senses At Arts Alive Gallery on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. hosted by: Arts Alive Gallery & Artists and BOEC. Let the worlds of art, food and adventure blend at Arts Alive Gallery where artists will prepare an international buffet of entrees with wines to match. Mingle with artists, learn about their art & enjoy an unforgettable evening. Enjoy early holiday shopping as Arts Alive will also donate 15% of all art sold to the BOEC. Cost is $50 per person to benefit the BOEC (limited space so please register early). Arts Alive Gallery is located in LaCima Mall at 500 South Main Street, Breckenridge. A convenient parking lot is directly behind LaCima Mall with entrance from Ridge Street. RSVP by Nov. 20 to Marci Sloan at marci@boec.org, or call (970) 453-6422 x 20. Details also available on http://www.boec.org.

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.

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