Summit County Community Notes: 3-1-2013
Gregory Cook and David Tidwell have achieved the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts of America Program. They will be having an Eagle Court of Honor on Saturday at 6 p.m. This event will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 161 Forest Drive, Frisco.
The Family & Intercultural Resource Center’s Fathers group, Padres De Summit, is ice skating at the Keystone Lake on Monday, from 6-8 p.m. Entrance and rentals for fathers and children are free but you must RSVP with Michel at (970) 262-3888 ext. 232. For more info, visit SummitFIRC.org.
Please go to http://www.summitcountysoftball.com to read the Welcome Letter, and Intent to Field form. Online registration is available for credit card payers.
Your unique selling proposition – setting your business apart from the competition. As part of Summit Independent Business Alliance’s Business Builders Toolbox, this Marketing Fundamentals presentation by Jon Slaybaugh will be held on Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Summit County Community and Senior Center, Loveland Room. 151 Peak One Blvd., Frisco. Come and learn about tools to discover your business’ unique selling proposition. There is no charge to attend. Learn over lunch – feel free to bring your lunch with you. And, bring a friend!
Free income tax services for anyone who needs help. 2012 Personal Tax Return preparation for full-year Colorado residents only. On Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Summit County Community and Senior Center, located in Frisco (Ute Room). Come prepared this will only be a one-day event. Be respectful if you do not need this service. Provided by GLS, Inc.
This seminar is an introduction to working with Photoshop Elements to make your digital pictures better. It will begin with an overview of Elements, its tools and features and a demonstration of what it can do for you. Following that, you will begin making some basic adjustments to your own photos using the tools so bring your computer (with Photoshop Elements) to the class to follow along. If you don’t have Elements, you are still welcome to attend to learn about the software, but you won’t be able to participate in the hands-on exercises. The seminar is scheduled for Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the Summit County Community and Senior Center in Frisco. The class is limited to 25 so call the center to pre-register at (970) 668-2940. Walk-ins will be turned away if the class limit is reached on the day of the seminar.
The 10th annual DogTerra winter event will be hosted again by the town of Breckenridge/Gold Run Nordic Center on Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Louisa Morrissey of Skijor-N-More will be running the skijor clinic again (beginners and intermediates). Our Dogstacle course is back this year (replaces the agility courses), so if you’re smart, you’ll start practicing with your hula hoop (we know you have one) and tell the furballs that you expect them to fly through the weaving poles and over the straw bales and not poke their noses in your face when you’re down on all fours trying to roll a tube with your nose … yeah, right, that never happens. Poker Snowshoe (not races) will start at 9:45 & 10:30 a.m. with prizes given for best and worst poker hands, so you really can’t lose. The Mighty Mite dashes were such a popular event that we will repeat those this year, so all you 20 lbs. and under dogs need to come out and show all those bigger slobbering mutts how to whup some butt! We’ll have the Frisbee/Chuck-It courses open throughout the entire morning too, so there’s at least one or two things that your pup and you can enjoy.Registration runs from 9-9:30, with events starting right after, so come early enough to get registered for the ski jor class that starts at 9:45 (it helps if you print a registration form from our website and fill it out at home and bring it to DogTerra: no pre-registration for this event). L.A.P.S. members pay $25 for the first dog and $10 per dog for multiples … humans are free. Non-members pay $28 and then $10. Bring the family and enjoy participating in all the events. Free Abbey’s coffee and donuts and water and free dog treats for the hairy ones (compliments of Trail Dog Treats). You must bring proof of current rabies vaccine and a 6′ leash, along with either snowshoes or Nordic equipment.
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