Summit Foundation accepting grant requests for fall cycle
BRECKENRIDGE – The Summit Foundation will be reviewing applications for funding from organizations submitting requests by noon Friday, Aug. 22.
Obtain an application by calling (970) 453-5970 or e-mailing email@example.com.
Requests from Summit County nonprofit organizations are accepted. Nonprofits are tax-exempt under the provisions of Section (501)(c)(3) and 170 (b)(1)(A)(i.V.I.) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Additionally, the towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne and Summit County government will also be accepting grant applications submitted by Aug. 22.
All of the funding agencies will be using the Summit County common grant application, which is available at http://www.co.summit.co.us.
Since 1986, the Summit Foundation has awarded 772 grants totaling more than $5.44 million to 919 cultural, humanitarian and social service, educational, environmental and sport projects and special events initiated by 184 local and neighboring community nonprofit groups.
For information regarding making a contribution or submitting a grant request, contact executive director Debra Edwards at (970) 453-5970, firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 108 N. French St., Breckenridge.
Summit County Rotary blood drive Aug. 12
SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Rotary’s 25th annual blood drive will be from 1-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 12, at the Summit High School cafeteria.
Call Alpine Bank at (970) 513-5907 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment.
Vail Summer Sports Festival fun for the family
VAIL – The Summer Sports Festival offers everyone an opportunity to celebrate the outdoor living we enjoy in Vail. For beginners and experts alike in any summer sport, there is much to learn and share at the festival.
Demonstrations, expo booths and clinics showcasing kayaking, fly-
fishing, mountain biking, skateboarding, golf and more offer a perfect time to pick up a new sport or discuss with others your fields of interest.
The Vail Summer Sports Festival will take place July 26-27 in Vail and Lionshead villages.
For more information please call (970) 476-6797.
Think rummage sales
SUMMIT COUNTY – It is not too soon to start thinking about this year’s Summit Seniors Rummage Sale, arguably the mother of all garage sales.
The sale will be Aug. 8-10 at the Summit Community and Senior Center, a long stone’s throw south of Frisco.
Donations of items will be accepted at the center on Thursday, Aug. 7. Large pieces of furniture (sofas, hide-a-beds, dining room sets and so on) and large appliances will not be accepted.
The sale annually yields around $15,000, all of which, after expenses, is donated to others.
Traditionally, the entire amount went to Bristlecone Home Care and Hospice.
The Senior Council voted recently to give a portion of this year’s returns to Timberline Adult Day Services, which has its operations at the center.
So gather up your surplus odds and ends (skis, bicycles, clothing, office supplies, computers, what have you) and get them to the center Aug. 7.
Get beachy at July’s mixer
To finish up the Summit Chamber of Commerce’s Keeping in Touch Day, join WestStar Bank in Dillon 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 31 for a beach-themed mixer.
Sample food and drink from the Dillon Dam Brewery and Lake Dillon Liquors while getting to know folks from Summit County. Admission is a $5 donation for members, $10 for nonmembers.
For information call (970) 668-2051. All Summit Chamber Mixers are sponsored by the Summit Daily News, Krystal 93, KSMT, the Summit Independent and Quality Quick Print.
-Daily News staff reports
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