SmokeFree fundraiser is today
The SmokeFree Summit organization will have a fundraiser from 6-9 p.m. today at Ti Amo Ristorante in Frisco.
Tickets cost $20 for adults and $10 for kids. Admission includes a buffet including main course, salad and bread.
There will be a cash bar, live music and raffle times.
For information, call Laurie Blackwell at the Summit Prevention Alliance, (970) 668-2077.
BRC September mixer
at Grand Timber
The Breckenridge Resort Chamber’s September Mixer takes on an Oktoberfest theme today at the Grand Timber Lodge, located at 75 Snowflake Drive. The mixer will be held from 5-7 p.m. Admission is $5 for Breckenridge Resort Chamber members and $10 for nonmembers.
This mixer features food and drinks provided by Grand Timber Lodge. Prizes and giveaways will be raffled off at the mixer.
Use this opportunity to network with other business people from the county while taking advantage of fantastic food and drinks. Friends Welcome, Breckenridge’s communitywide guest service program, will present awards at 6 p.m. to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding guest service in the community. For more information, call (970) 453-2913 ext. 204.
Hunting safety class starts Monday
The fall hunter education class necessary to get a hunting license will be held at Summit Middle School from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sept. 29-0ct. 3.
This is a Monday through Friday class. Friday will be spent at the gun range followed by the test. Certification cards will be issued. If possible, people should come to the range earlier than 6:30 p.m. for more daylight.
The class fee is $10, and registration will be taken on the first evening of class. All sessions must be attended. Passing the class is required for all who wish to obtain a Colorado hunting license.
There is no theoretical lower age for a license, but the ability to handle a gun and pass a written test often makes it hard to pass if under age 9 or 10.
Parents should sit through the sessions if a young child is taking the class. For information, call Dr. Greg Jungman at (970) 468-6139.
Make a Difference Day essay contest
The Summit Daily News presents the “Got Community” writing contest for Make a Difference Day. The contest seeks essays of no more than 350 words by Oct. 1 on the subject of, “what does community mean to you?” There are categories for elementary, middle and high school and the community. Winners will receive $100 to donate to a favorite Summit County charity, and their essays will be published.
E-mail entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, category, phone number and e-mail address. Contact Sherry at (970) 668-4155 for more information.
– Daily News staff reports
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