Third annual "Guys who cook’ scheduled for Saturday
FRISCO – The Frisco Chamber of Commerce (FCOC) will present its third annual “Guys Who Cook” this month.
The event, titled “Guys Who Cook III – Danger: Men Cooking,” will be Saturday, May 17, at Tuscato Restaurant in Frisco.
Participants will enjoy wine tasting and a silent auction from 6-8 p.m., including hors d’oeuvres served by local personalities and celebrity chefs. Dessert and dancing, featuring live music by Blue Monkey, will take place from 8:30-11:30 p.m.
Tickets purchased in advance cost $40 for FCOC members, $75 for FCOC couples, $45 for individual nonmembers and $85 for nonmember couples. Tickets are $50 per person at the door.
For more information or to purchase tickets in advance, call the Frisco Chamber of Commerce at (970) 668-5547. Credit cards are accepted. Tickets are limited.
VRDC gives $15,000 challenge grant to Habitat for Humanity
VAIL – Vail Resorts Development Co. (VRDC) recently contributed a $15,000 challenge grant to Summit Habitat for Humanity. The grant is designed to start fundraising efforts to build a Habitat home in Gibson Heights in Breckenridge.
This will be the second Habitat home in Gibson Heights. Habitat is hoping to begin work on the house this summer.
“We recognize that affordable housing is one of the most important issues in our mountain communities today; and Habitat for Humanity is making great progress in providing decent, affordable housing for families,” said Jack Wolfe, vice president of development for VRDC.
“The challenge grant is a fundraising mechanism to make contributions go further,” said Bill Musolf, vice president of Summit Habitat for Humanity.
The grant is available to Habitat for Humanity as matching funds are received. To date, Habitat for Humanity has received $4,950 in matching contributions and is continuing to raise funds to maximize the VRDC gift.
Any community member interested in contributing to Habitat for Humanity can mail a donation to Summit Habitat for Humanity, P.O. Box 4330, Breckenridge, CO 80424. Note on the check that the donation is for the challenge grant.
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