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Participate in Howard Dean conference call Monday

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Participate in

Howard Dean



conference call Monday

FRISCO – Two houses in Summit County will be part of the Howard Dean “Great American Conversation” starting at 6 p.m. Monday. Former Vermont Gov. Dean, a Democratic candidate for president, will attempt to set a new Guinness World Record by holding the largest conference call in history, having a conversation with more than 1,500 local fundraisers and more than 10,000 grassroots supporters across the United States. In Frisco, Mario and Jeanine Corvetto will host a gathering at their home at 98 Creekside Dr. #B. Call them at (970) 668-0522. Don and Mickie Parsons, 74 Shane Court, Summit Cove, will also host a gathering. Call them at (970) 468-1977 for more information. Information is also available at http://www.deanforamerica.com/



housecall or at (802) 651-3200.

Help clean up

Breck cemetery

BRECKENRIDGE – The Town of Breckenridge will join with its citizens Tuesday for Valley Brook Cemetery Clean Up Day. It’s an event that will make the clean-up job a little easier and a lot more fun, as well as provide an opportunity for community involvement.

Volunteers are the key to making this effort successful. The event starts at 10 a.m. with a brief overview of the ongoing preservation efforts in the cemetery, and concludes at 3 p.m. Clean-up projects include planting shrubbery, raking, planting grass, clearing ditches and digging weeds. The Town of Breckenridge will provide refreshments and lunch.

To register, contact Mary Jean Loufek in the town clerk’s office at

(970) 453-3167 or

mjl@townofbreckenridge.com.

Summit County students receive scholarships

BRECKENRIDGE – Breckenridge and Keystone resort officials awarded scholarships to 13 Summit County high school graduates.

They awarded scholarships to University of Colorado at Boulder students Casey Anderson, Kyle Lord, Jordan Lynch and David Payne; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students Dolly Fiedelman, Kelsey Hamilton and Sarah Hamilton; Colorado State University student Katie Breslin and Art Institute of Colorado student Ryan Clift.

Students attending college out of state included Gretta Brown, who studies at the University of Vermont, Anje Sramek at the University of San Francisco, and Gary Wilson at Kansas State University. A scholarship for Lindsey Holden has been deferred one year.

“We are thrilled to provide financial support to these outstanding local students,” said Roger McCarthy, chief operating officer of both resorts. “Our resorts have a longstanding tradition of providing scholarships to Summit County high school students. Supporting education programs for Summit County youth is one of our key corporate philanthropic goals.”

Coat drive planned

to help the needy

The Summit County Social Services’ annual Coat Drive is underway. Gently used coats, hats and mittens are being sought for distribution to those in need.

Drop-off points are at Summit High School, Summit Middle School, Silverthorne Elementary, Breckenridge Elementary, Silverthorne Recreation Center, Breckenridge Recreation Center, Zoomers Preschool, Summit County Preschool, Main Branch Library, North Branch Library, Wal-Mart, City Market-Breckenridge, City Market-Dillon and Safeway.

The Coat Drive will run through Oct. 25.

– Daily News staff reports


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