Tim McClure Benefit for HCCC held Friday | SummitDaily.com

Tim McClure Benefit for HCCC held Friday


The 18th Annual Tim McClure Memorial Benefit for High Country Conservation Center returns to the Bergenhof Restaurant at the Base of Peak 8 at Breckenridge Ski Resort on Friday, March 2 at 7 p.m.Admission is $15 for adults and $7 for kids, and includes an Italian Dinner Buffet, live music with Nancy Cook and Friends, special performances by the Mountain Gypsy Belly Dancers, and a huge silent auction with a “green products showcase.” Beer from the Dillon Dam Brewery and wine is also available at the event. High Country Conservation Center was founded as Summit Recycling Project in 1976 by local activist Tim McClure as an “educational-experimental organization to promote resource conservation and reduce wastefulness.” In the early days, McClure and a couple of volunteers collected bottles, cans and paper from County residents in a station wagon. Over the years, the organization developed the local recycling program into a stable County department and launched new programs in the areas of energy conservation and green building. McClure passed away in a backcountry avalanche in Little French Gulch in 1985.All funds raised from the event support the waste reduction and resource conservation programs of the High Country Conservation Center. For more information about the event, call (970) 668-5703.

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