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The Breckenridge Resort Chamber Ambassadors are hosting the July mixer at the Breckenridge Distillery at 1925 Airport Road from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday.

Admission is $5 for BRC members and $10 for non-members. The price of admission will include one beer and one mixed beverage. For more info, contact the BRC at (970) 453.2913.

A celebration of life service for William (Billy) Keen will take place Thursday at the Grand Hall, East Village, Copper Mountain. The celebration will begin at 5:30 p.m. Billy passed away on the Blue River on July 14. Please join family and friends to celebrate the wonderful life that Billy shared with his wife and children.

Abate of Colorado, District 14, is having its annual charity poker ride on Saturday. All proceeds will benefit Advocates for Victims of Assault. Meet at Buckmoor’s Lounge in Dillon at

8 a.m., last bike out at 9:30. Route will lead us over Loveland Pass to Idaho Springs, then over Squaw Pass to Turkey Creek down into Morrison, returning to Buckmoor’s Lounge in Dillon. Come join us to raise money for a good cause, all bikes welcome. To find out more about Advocates for Victims of Assault, go to http://www.summitadvocates.org/category/events/ and for additional information about the ride, contact Brad Lehmkuhl at blehmkuhl@msn.com.

The High Country Conservation Center is seeking volunteers to help out at the Rocky Mountain Triathlon on July 31 from 7-11 a.m. By volunteering, you’re not just helping make this great event possible, you’re also supporting conservation programs in Summit County! HC3 will receive a donation to our organization for every volunteer recruited. All volunteers will receive a T-shirt, breakfast and lunch. Volunteer roles include helping out at the start/finish lines, aid stations and more. For additional info or to sign-up, visit http://www.highcountryconservation.org or email erin@highcountryconservation.org.


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