Thanks to the many supporters of LAPS |

Thanks to the many supporters of LAPS

This summer has been exceptional with people and businesses offering to hold small benefits to help League for Animals & People of the Summit. We’d like to extend our paws to salute the following supporters who donated their time, energy and profits to LAPS. Austin Kriete Photo/Video, Brooklyn Billiards, Lucha, Mountain Wave, Avalanche, Blue Moose, Rasta Pasta, Motherloaded Tavern, Dugan’s Deli, KSMT Radio, Ranch golf course at Keystone, Northside Pizza, Christy Sports, Quandary Grille, Ullr’s, Coors Light, Breckenridge Photographics, Mimi’s Pies, Breckenridge Brewery, Carvers, Sun Logic and Breck Hair Company for the unique (1st annual) Foosball Tourney in August, where people didn’t even have to play foosball to win great prizes. Good job, Austin! The Dillon DAM Brewery, manager Kim Nix and great staff who donated proceeds from their Vintage Car Show last week. The Town of Dillon/Dillon Marina, manager Bob Evans, Shannon Jacoby & staff who put on the fun Marina Mutt Day every Labor Day (who would’ve thought people would actually buy their “loaded poop bags”)? Check it out next year! Also, kudos to the LAPS volunteers Susan O’Brien and Susan Alderman, along with Fred of Fred J. Lord Photography who emailed us some really cute photos. Vail Resorts/Breckenridge Ski Resort just sent LAPS another check from its ongoing Pet Photo Passes that give your pet his very own “official” ski pass that isn’t good for anything, except being one of the elite mutts who have one! Town of Frisco allowed LAPS to man the refreshment tent at one of its weekly free concerts, where we sold T-shirts and doggie treats, along with the refreshments, listened to great music and didn’t get rained on even once! (some kind of record this year). Breckenridge Gallery and local artist Amy Evans are donating 10 percent of the proceeds from Amy’s impressionistic doggie portraits, now through Christmas. Call (970) 453-2592 for more info and check out Amy’s work at The needy pets of Summit County adore all of you… thank you so very much!

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