Girls rugby says thanksThe Summit Tigers Women’s U-19 Rugby team would like to thank the very generous community that is Summit County. The girls could not have won the state title or competed at Nationals without the time, effort and financial backing of this community.We especially would like to thank Arapahoe Basin, our supreme benefactor, for all its financial assistance and sponsoring the state 7s championship.In addition, thanks to the town of Silverthorne, Summit High School, Highland Investments, Old Chicago, the Dillon Dam Brewery, and Lone Star Sports for support all season. Individually, thank you Karl, Suzanna, Liz, Carlos, Drew, the awesome Silverthorne Rec Center Staff, Nancy and all of our parents for volunteering your time and support.Finally, thank you Skinny Winter Gifts, Breck Jewelers, the Great Outdoor Clothing Company, Claimjumper, Mystix, Shirt & Ernie’s, Southwest Accents, Nature’s Own, Kristina Gold Jewelry Design, Jagged Edge, Starbucks, and the Shirt Shoppe for donating prizes to our Nationals fund raiser.Thank you to all those who helped support us in any way, you make us proud to represent the community of Summit County.Summit Girls Rugby—Silent auction was a successThank you, Breckenridge Resort Chamber Ambassadors for hosting the fund raiser for Rachel, daughter of Paul and the late Denise Louise Baumgardner. The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center was an ideal setting for the silent auction, which was very successful.Thanks to all who donated the wonderful items and to all who attended and bid on the items.Rachel and Paul Baumgardner—A sincere thank-youI would like to thank all my friends and neighbors for all their thoughts and prayers during my time in the hospital and now during my treatments. Special thanks to everybody at the Sheriff’s Office, 911 Dispatch and Wildernest.Sohn C. and Kiki and my Florence Nightingale: I LOVE YOU!Sigrid S. Bailes—Thanks for supporting the schoolThe students and staff of Frisco Elementary School would like to thank the FirstBank of Frisco for its generous monetary donation for the Accelerated Reader Program at our school. The money will be used to purchase additional books, test disks and reading materials. Thank you, FirstBank of Frisco, for supporting literacy in our community and for caring about the students at Frisco Elementary School.The staff and students of Frisco Elementary School—Ultrathon a successThe Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) would like to sincerely thank everyone who helped to make the 2002 Hockey Ultrathon a huge success. Volunteers, sponsors and participants all contributed to raise an impressive amount so the BOEC can continue to realize its mission of providing high quality adaptive winter sports and wilderness programs for people of all abilities.Once again, this year’s Hockey Ultrathon broke the unofficial world record for the longest continuous hockey game at 101 hours! The excitement built as the final hours approached and the score was actually tied during the last hour of play. The Blue team finally prevailed with a final score of 557 to 555 – it was a down-to-the-wire nail-biter for sure!BOEC owes this success to members of the community, such as you, who skated, donated time and/or items and those who came out to celebrate with us. Everyone at BOEC offers our heartfelt thanks to all who helped.The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Centerwww.boec.org
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