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Summit County Builders raise $5,000 for charity

Summit County Builders raise $5,000 for charityThe Summit County Builders Association completed its fundraising efforts for the 2003 Playhouse Project benefiting the Summit Foundation with more than $5,000 raised.The builders raised the funds through the sale of raffle tickets for playhouses.Paula Hupka of Beyond Walls in Frisco was chosen first and selected Apex Mountain Homes’ playhouse. Her playhouse will be donated to a local, yet to be named, child-related facility.The second name drawn was Wendy Wolfe of Breckenridge. She has a 3-year-old son. He plans on inviting his preschool classmates to come play in his new playhouse. They selected the playhouse built by Mountain Log Homes of Colorado Inc.The third name drawn was Anna Dilatush of Silverthorne. She is 10 years old. Anna was extremely excited about winning the playhouse she wanted. She selected the playhouse built by Pisces Builders Inc.All three winners received their first choice in playhouses.According to Chris Keller, president of the Summit County Builders Association, “We are glad all winners received the playhouse of their choice. It could not have been planned any better.”Three members of the association, Apex Mountain Homes, Pisces Builders, Inc. and Mountain Log Homes of Colorado Inc, built the playhouses.The builders donated labor and some materials. Additional materials or services were donated by Allman Painting, BigHorn Materials, Breckenridge Crane, Daknis Painting, Equinox Architects, Golden Horseshoe Crane, Hester’s Log & Lumber, Karbowski Construction, KWAL Paint, Land Title, Northstar Lumber, Rocky Mountain Crafts, Rocky Mountain Forest Products, Solid Construction, Specialty Wood Products and Suzanne Gingrich.Carriage House Winemaker’s Dinner set for Oct. 9BRECKENRIDGE – The Carriage House Early Learning Center will hold its annual fall fundraising Winemaker’s Dinner Oct. 9 at the Quandary Grille at Main Street Station.The event will feature a four-course gourmet meal – with a choice of beef or pork tenderloin, baked halibut or bourbon chicken – each paired with speciality wines from Uruguay’s Moizo Brothers, Castillo Viejo and Vinos Dela Cruz.A silent auction will feature trip getaways, dinners and gift certificates.The reception and the silent auction begin at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $65 per person. Advance reservations are required by Oct. 7. For info. or reservations, call (970) 453-6423.


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