Summit County Community Notes, 4-25-2013
Summit Youth Baseball & Softball (SYBS) registration ends on Sunday. Register now at http://www.summitbaseball.com. SYBS is for boys and girls ages 4-14. New this year is an Indoor facility with several batting cages that all players will be able to use. Register now and come join the fun. Questions, call 262-5778.
Please join us for the brain injury support group from 5:30-6:30 p.m. tonight at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, on the first floor in the classrooms. We will be having a guest speaker, Janet Wolfson, counselor intern with the Colorado Department of Human Services. Her presentation is titled “Learn how the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation with the Colorado Department of Human Services can assist you after a brain injury.” For more information, please contact Kim Ramey, director of PT/OT/ST, at (970) 668-6980 in the therapy department at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center/Avalanche PT and Sports Rehabilitation.
Join the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) for Dialogue Over Dinner tonight. The topic “Cyber Safety for Adolescents” will be presented by the Breckenridge Police Department from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Summit Middle School. Learn about Internet scams, social-media safety for your family and current cyber-safety issues for adolescents. The event is free and includes dinner and child care. Please RSVP with Kerri at FIRC, (970) 262-3888 ext. 330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents who would like to visit Summit County Preschool for summer and fall enrollment are invited to an enrollment open house from 10 a.m. to noon and 3-5 p.m. today. Stop in during those times to visit classrooms, meet teachers and complete paperwork for enrollment. Refreshments will be provided and questions will be answered. Summit County Preschool is located at 70 W. Main St. in Frisco and can be reached by phone at (970) 668-5508 or online at http://www.summitcountypreschool.com.
Join The Summit Foundation on Friday for a workshop and lunch from noon to 4:30 p.m. at the Fremont Room of the Summit Community and Senior Center in Frisco. Megan Ledin, executive director of the Grand Foundation, will lead this informative workshop regarding financial basics for nonprofits. Topics will include balance sheets, profit and loss statements, budgets, annual reports and grant management. The cost is $25, including lunch. To register, please contact Wanda at (970) 453-5970.
The Peak School, Summit County’s independent nonprofit school for middle and high school students, will hold an open house from 9-11 a.m. on Friday, April 26, at 103 S. Harris in Breckenridge. All interested families and students are encouraged to attend anytime between 9 and 11 a.m. to learn more about The Peak School’s unique academic program and see Peak in action! The open house will give visitors a chance to meet teachers and students, and view classes. The April 26 open house will be held at the current Peak School building at 103 S. Harris in Breckenridge. Beginning in August 2013, The Peak School will be located on Main Street in Frisco. The Peak School provides academic rigor, an engaged student community, energetic teachers, Chinese, Spanish, STEM, outdoor education and all core classes along with small class sizes of 8-16 students and a student teacher ratio of 7:1.
Lake Dillon Preschool would like to thank all of the sponsors, vendors, volunteers and guests for their support of our 7th annual Ladies Night Out fundraising event. Thanks to your help, Lake Dillon Preschool will continue to be a high quality early learning center for the children in our community. We couldn’t do it without you! A special thanks to our sponsors: Affordable Art & Framing, Alpine Bank, Always Mountain Time, Buffalo Mountain Builders, Connelly Tile, Corpus Sanus Spa, Creative Cabinetry, Ebert Children’s Clinic, Grand Lodge & Spa, Land Title, Mountain Managers, Quandt & Snow, RSN, Stewart Title, Stork & Bear, The Klug Law Firm, Tiger Home Inspections, Vista Auto Group, Wildernest Liquor.
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