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Candy Elkind: SMC Health Foundation
Apr 27, 2021 12:00 PM
Summit Medical Center Health Foundation & Upcoming Fundraiser
Summit Medical Center Health Foundation & Upcoming Fundraiser

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Speaker: Candy Elkind

Topic: Summit Medical Center Health Foundation


Fundraiser: 3rd Annual Kentucky Derby Party - May 1st, 3:30pm - 5:00pm - Buy tickets by April 23rd to guarantee delivery by May 1st.
"In partnership with Summit TV8, we will televise our Derby Party fundraiser from the 10 Mile Music Hall. Visit to livestream the event in HD.  The St. Anthony Summit Foundation Kentucky Derby Party raises support and awareness for our hospital scholarship programs."

We look forward to our good friend Candy speaking to us more about the Foundation and the fundraiser.  Breckenridge Mountain Rotary participated in a matching grant to provide COVID-19 relief funds to purchase PAPR's for our local hospital last year, so it will be really fun to hear updates about that purchase and everything else that is going on at St Anthony's here in Frisco.

May 11, 2021 12:00 PM
Bi-Weekly Meeting
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Apr 13, 2021 12:00 PM
Bi-Weekly Meeting
Breckenridge Mountain Rotary members had to get a little creative this year for Colorado Gives Day!  Since we couldn't host our annual gathering of the local non-profit organizations that we support, we went out and delivered checks "2020 Style" with some fun physical distancing.  We really appreciate the work that these non-profits do throughout the year to help make our community stronger and support the same great things as Rotary.  It's very exciting to take this moment to give back to them and help them continue this great work.
We were so excited to have a great turnout (our max of 8 people) for this year's trail building day with Friends of Dillon Ranger District (FDRD).  Lizzie & Doozie (from FDRD) led our two small groups in repairing two "turnpikes" and installing drainage dips to help improve the water flow on the Horseshoe Gulch trail off Tiger Road.  This was their first volunteer effort this year, and we were able to safely distance or work within our own household "bubbles" throughout the day.
See more photos on our Facebook Page!
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