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Aspen Valley joins

Mayo Clinic network

Mayo Clinic and Aspen Valley Hospital officials announced that the hospital was recently selected to be a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, which was established by Mayo to extend its knowledge and expertise to physicians and providers interested in working together to enhance the delivery of health care within their communities. Aspen Valley Hospital (AVH) is the first network member in Colorado. “AVH is honored to be the first hospital in Colorado selected to be a Mayo Clinic Care Network member,” says John Sarpa, interim CEO at Aspen Valley Hospital. “Sharing a common philosophy, commitment and mission to improve the delivery of health care through the use of best practices and evidence-based medical care provides a solid foundation for this collaboration.”



Aspen Valley Hospital providers now have access to Mayo Clinic resources to enhance patient care, including the latest Mayo-vetted medical information through its AskMayoExpert database and electronic consulting that connects physicians with Mayo Clinic experts on questions of diagnosis, therapy or care management. The Mayo Clinic Care Network represents non-ownership relationships. Members of the network remain independent and share a goal of improving the delivery of health care in their communities through high-quality, collaborative medical care. Launched in 2011, the Mayo Clinic Care Network now has members in Colorado and 11 other states as well as Puerto Rico and Mexico.



Thanks from SHS boys soccer

The Summit High School Boys Soccer Teams are very appreciative of the support they received this fall! They want to say thank you to The Boatyard for donating pizzas for all of the home games, Quiznos in Silverthorne for donating sandwiches for a playoff game, That’s So Snackshop for donating t-shirts for the boys, The Elks Lodge for a tasty breakfast fundraiser, and all of the boys’ families for their contributions with homemade food for concessions and cheering them on to winning seasons. We are looking forward to next year.

Nominate a king and queen

The Breckenridge Resort Chamber is seeking nominations for the 2014 Ullr King and Queen. Ullr Fest is Jan. 5-11, 2014. Please send your nomination explaining why your nominee is deserving of this honor. Nominees should be involved in the Breckenridge community and should be passionate about Breckenridge’s wacky traditions. Nominations are due by Dec. 15. Please email your nominations to Sandy Metzger at smetzger@gobreck.com

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.

Reiling Gold Dredge preservation

The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance is working on a Preservation Master Plan for the Reiling Gold Dredge in French Gulch. The public is invited to attend the second of two open houses to review and comment on options for preservation of the dredge, interpretation of the site and potential listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The public open house is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 21, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Breckenridge Town Hall. This project is funded in part by a grant from the State Historical Fund. For more information, call Larissa O’Neil at (970) 453-9767 x101.


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