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A celebration of life for Bob Woodruff is set for 4 p.m. on Saturday at North Side PIzza, on Main Street in Breck. Bring your singing voice and stories about Woody.

The Summit Academy of Rock is now registering students for the popular Jam Camp program. These camps go from Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will begin June 6. Jam Camp works with kids 7-17 years of age and focuses on teaching a variety of instruments. Kids are then put into working bands with the goal of performing at the end of each camp. Space each week is limited to ensure individual attention. For more info, call the Summit Academy of Rock at (970) 468-7597.

Este mes hablaremos sobre: La Depresion y la Diabetes. Se estara llevando a cabo el Martes, 10 de mayo a las 4:30 p.m. en el Ten Mile Room (2ndo piso) arriba de la Clinica Comunitaria de Frisco. jNo Necesita Cita – Traiga a su Familia! Para mas informacion llame al (970) 668-4040.

Colorado Mountain College will host multiple info sessions to explain the curriculum and application process for two newly approved bachelor’s degrees in business administration and sustainability studies.

Upper-division courses for both degrees will debut this fall. Applications are available at http://www.coloradomtn.edu/4year or at any CMC location.

Sessions are scheduled at the following CMC locations in May:

Edwards: 150 Miller Ranch Road: May 17, 5:30-7 p.m.; and May 18 and 25, noon to 1 p.m.; (970) 569-2900

Leadville: 901 South Highway 24: May 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m. and May 28, 10-11 a.m.; (719) 486-4292

Dillon: 333 Fiedler Ave.: May 10, noon to 1 p.m.; (970) 468-5989

Breckenridge, near the intersection of Coyne Valley Road and Highway 9: sessions will be held in June; (970) 453-6757

All dates and times are subject to change. More info sessions are being planned for June and July, in these and other CMC locations. For additional info, call your local CMC campus or go to coloradomtn.edu/4year.

Summer is fast approaching and the Breckenridge Mountain Camp Summer Camp program at the Breckenridge Recreation Center is filling quickly. Parents are encouraged to register their children early for this popular program. The Breckenridge Mountain Camp Summer Day Camp program offers boys and girls ages 5-12 a variety of activities and weekly field trips. This state-licensed program runs Monday through Friday throughout the summer, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Breckenridge Recreation Center. On Wednesdays, all campers will travel to the Front Range for field trips.

The camp offers families throughout Summit an affordable and fun summer childcare option. For added convenience, transportation to Frisco, Silverthorne and Dillon is available daily for an extra fee.

The first day of camp is June 3, and the last day is Aug. 19. Daily camp fees are $38 per child, and $43 on Wednesdays. Lunch (from Subway) can be pre-ordered for $5 each day. Additional child and Recreation Center membership discounts may apply.

Online and in-person registration is currently under way. A 2011 Camper Packet and all waivers must be completed before registering for the program. This info is available for download at http://www.breckenridgerecreation.com and can be returned in-person, mailed or faxed to the rec center.

For more info or to learn more about Breckenridge Recreation Department youth summer programs, visit http://www.breckenridgerecreation.com or call (970) 453-1734. The rec center is located at 880 Airport Road.

The Tiny Tiger Den Day Care fundraiser will take place May 15, from 9 a.m. to

1 p.m. at the Summit High School south parking lot. Participants will need to supply their own tables or blankets to display their items. (Set up beginning at 7:30 a.m., please clean up by 2 p.m.) Only $15 per site. (No site size limit.)

Contact Julie Scott at Summit Middle School at (970) 368-1259 with questions.


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