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The Eagle Valley Chamber thanks Jeff Boyer and the Eagle Ranch Golf Club staff for hosting the Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament. Integrity Mortgage of the Rockies sponsored the $50,000 putting contest. Hole sponsors included: Pazzos, GH Daniels III & Associates, Newman Realty Holdings, Eagle Ranch Golf Club, Alpine Ambiance/Shadey Deals, Golden Eagle Chocolate, Edward Jones Investments, CenturyTel, Vail Valley Jet Center, Integrity Mortgage of the Rockies, Beveridge Real Estate, Team Black Bear/Keller Williams, Easy Chair Media/Easy Guide to Eagle County, Prudential Colorado Properties, The Parents Handbook of the Vail Valley, Culligan Water, Van Gilder Insurance Corporation, Adams Rib Ranch/Home of Adams Mountain Country Club, Nova Guides, Best Western Eagle Lodge and Coors.Prizes donations were provided by: Sleep Shop of Eagle County, Alpine Ambiance, Leisure Time Massage, Culligan, Bravo!, Pazzos, Nova Guides, Everyday Outfitters, Mi Pueblo, Broadway Liquors, Coors, Easy Chair Media, CenturyTel, Mountain Pedlar, Well Fargo Bank and US Bank.The chamber also thanks all of the volunteers.

Trippe & Company LLC, a marketing, branding and communications agency, has added three new clients in Colorado to its roster: Angler Mountain Ranch, a major real estate development in Silverthorne; Summit Combined Housing Authority, a government agency in Summit County that ensures the availability and accessibility of housing to permanent residents of the county; and Danse Etoile, a dance and performing arts company based near Boulder.The addition of these new clients continues the great momentum that our agency has had over the past year. Each organization was attracted to Trippe & Companys strong background in strategic marketing, said president Karla Trippe. We are pleased to branch out from our traditional base of technology and work with such a diverse group of organizations.Trippe & Company has a history of providing pro bono services to non-profit organizations, and its relationship with Danse Etoile continues that commitment to supporting community group. For more information, visit http://www.trippecompany.com.

Keller Williams Mountain Properties is proud to introduce four agents who are part of a team of real estate professionals: Tom Driemeyer, Tom Harmon, Holly Harmon and Tony Giacone. They are located in the Keller Williams Mountain Properties office at 605 Main St., Frisco.Joining Keller Williams has been a transformation for me, Giacone said. I have a service-driven approach to business and Keller Williams on-going training has provided me with the education to meet the expectations of my clients.Tom Driemeyer comments, Keller Williams ongoing training is impressive, and the company’s mission statement spoke to me To build careers worth having, businesses worth owning and lives worth living.Tom Harmon states, Its a company that truly cares about its agents and their individual businesses. Plus, they have an incredible retirement and profit sharing plan. It has been a great move for us!Driemeyer has many years of experience in Summit County and has found his niche in surrounding areas as well. Knowledge and focus are Giacones most significant traits. The Harmon Mountain Team is well-known and highly respected in our community. They are successful because they have a heart for their clients and deliver great service.”For more information contact Tom at (970) 389-6123, Tony at (970) 485-9166, and Tom and Holly at (970) 389-5547. Or call the Keller Williams Mountain Properties Frisco office at (970)368-7000.



Join Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) members, Trilogy Partners and Apex Mountain Homes as they unite to double this years 2007 Parade of Homes entry fee donation to the Summit Foundation.Last year they raised approximately $17000 for the Summit Foundation. This year they say they could raise $40,000!This year 28 homes are entered in the Parade of Homes, and marketing and organizational efforts have doubled. They expect 3,500 to 5,000 people will attend the Parade of homes this year, breaking all previous attendance records. Through the $5 gate admission, the SCBA expects to raise from $15,000 to $20,000 for the Summit Foundation. But with your help, it could double that amount.Trilogy, Apex, the SCBA and the Summit Foundation are looking for three other firms or individuals to match the public admission fees. A total of five companies or individuals, including Trilogy and Apex, would agree to match the public admission fees (to a maximum of $4,000 per firm or individual). If 4,000 people attend and the gate receipts amount to $20,000, the five matching donors all donate $4,000 each, and total donations to the Summit Foundation from the 2007 Parade of Homes equal $40,000.If you donate, you receive the gratitude of the Summit Foundation and public recognition, both countywide and statewide. You will also earn the opportunity to be indelibly linked to the great works of the Summit Foundation. The matching donor participants names will be prominently displayed at all locations where Parade of Homes admission fees are collected. Admission fees will be collected at approximately 10 of the 28 homes in this years Parade.Also, Luxe Magazine, Colorados largest architecture and design magazine and one of the 2007 Parade of Homes sponsors, will be gifting the Summit Foundation a full page for advertising and promotional purposes, where the matching fund donors will be prominently mentioned. And the Summit Foundation has a full page in this years Parade of Homes official magazine, where, again, the donors will receive mention. To donate, call (970) 389-0491.

The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC), the only comprehensive urology center in the Rocky Mountain region, recently announced that it will open a satellite office in Frisco. TUCC Dr. Lawrence Karsh will see patients one day each month at the Summit Medical Office Building. Dr. Karsh began seeing patients in Summit County in 1990. By opening a satellite office in Frisco, TUCC will serve as a resource for urologic treatment for local primary care physicians and patients and will offer second opinions for urologic cancer diagnoses. Dr. Karsh obtained his medical doctorate from Chicago Medical School. He then completed a surgical internship at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He completed his residency training in urological surgery at Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Karsh currently serves as the director of the TUCC clinical research department. Prior to joining TUCC, he practiced with Western Urologic Associates.Located just north of Invesco Field in Denver, TUCC features a state-of-the-art urology clinic, including radiology, laboratory and pathology services, a comprehensive cancer treatment center, clinical research department and ambulatory surgery center, the Urology Surgery Center of Colorado.For more information, call 1 (877) 825-8898 (toll-free) or visit http://www.tucc.com.



If you are looking for a great way to meet people in the community, network and give back to the community through hands-on involvement, The Summit Foundation needs you.Events include: Christel House Open Charity Golf on a Global Scale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 11 in Breckenridge; Grand Timber Lodge Adam Foote Celebrity Golf Tournament, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 24-26; Mountain Art Gathering, July 27-29 at the Pavilion at Keystone in River Run; 20th Annual Rubber Duck Races, two hour shifts from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and month of August duck sellers are needed in Breckenridge; Summit County Parade of Homes, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (half day shifts available), Sept. 8, 9, 15 and 16.For more information, call Juli Rathke or sa Armstrong at The Summit Foundation at (970) 453-5970.

The Open Book in Frisco (formerly Winds of Change) is happy to be serving the community as a full-service, independent bookstore. The store also has a wide selection of cards and gifts featuring local artisans. Upcoming enhancements include a seating area with coffee service. Upcoming events include local author signings throughout the summer and a midnight Harry Potter book release party. The Open Book offers a Frequent Buyers Club and discounts for local book clubs, along with service for special orders. Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will extend until 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday for the summer season. The Open Book is located at 60 W. Main St., Frisco (next door to The Blue Spruce).

Vail Resorts Development Company (VRDC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Vail Resorts, Inc., broke ground for its only offering at the new Peak 7 base area in Breckenridge May 24. Crystal Peak Lodge, which sold 45 of 46 units during the winter season, is part of Breckenridges newest master-planned development named The Breckenridge Peaks. The Breckenridge Peaks will consist of the new Peak 7 base area and the redeveloped Peak 8 base area. Featuring approximately 450 residential units and 75,000 square feet of commercial and guest services, both neighborhoods will have access to historic Main Street via the new BreckConnect Gondola. The pace at which the units sold at Crystal Peak Lodge demonstrates the strength of the Breckenridge real estate market, said Keith Fernandez, president for VRDC. Buyers responded to the family-oriented nature of The Breckenridge Peaks, the expansive views, the architecture that is reminiscent of the great mountain lodges, and its connection to the town of Breckenridge.VRDC has a history of working with top designers and builders to provide the highest quality residences. Designed by Frisco, Colorado architect Ken OBryan, Crystal Peak Lodge will be built by Hyder Construction. Inside, The Ranch House of Boulder, the interior design firm contracted to decorate the residences, will use high-end fixtures and a welcoming array of rich fabrics.The one- to four-bedroom condos range from $725,000 to $2,400,000. For more information, contact http://www.crystalpeaklodge.com.



Grand Timber Lodge is proud to announce that it will be co-hosting the Christel House Open International Golf Tournament with the Christie Lodge of Avon June 11. The charity golf event helps more than 2,400 children in five different countries break the cycle of poverty and become self-sufficient, contributing members of their own societies. This global event is ONE DAY ONE WORLD ONE CAUSE across six continents, 22 time zones and more than 3,000 expected golfers. Grand Timber Lodge will also be hosting the annual Christel House Open Casino Night and silent auction on June 10t at the Lodgepole Bar & Grille located at Grand Timber Lodge. In addition, a percentage of the money raised by the Breckenridge tournament will be donated to the Summit Foundation in order to continue improving the quality of life for residents and guests of Summit County and neighboring communities. We believe that giving back is important not just within ones own community, but also on a much more global scale, said Rob Millisor, the vice president of Grand Timber Lodge. We would like to thank our partners in our Merchant Program who have donated items for the silent auction, as well as our partners who have sponsored teams that will play in the golf tournament.If you would like to participate or donate items for the silent auction, please contact Kimberly Johnston at (970) 547-4036 or kjohnston@grandtimber.com.

RCI, a vacation exchange company, will be the title sponsor for the 2007 Christel House Open, the worlds largest single-day charity golf tournament. As the charity of choice for the American Resort Development Association (ARDA), Christel House and The Open are largely supported by developers, resorts and vendors in the timeshare industry. Founded in 1974 as an exchange service for timeshare owners, RCI is recognized within the timeshare industry for its long-standing history of corporate social responsibility.RCI has been a long-time supporter of Christel House, and we are pleased to continue and expand our partnership with an organization dedicated to such an important and worthy cause, said Ken May, Chairman and CEO of RCI Global Vacation Network.On Monday, June 11, honorary co-hosts and golf legends Pete and Alice Dye will join RCI executives and Christel House Founder Christel DeHaan for the fifth annual event. One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit impoverished children.

CenturyTel, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) recently launched Managed Customer Premises Equipment Service, providing expert management and monitoring for customer equipment.The service provides remote monitoring and management of data networking.With CenturyTel Managed CPE Services there is no burden of worrying about keeping up with technology changes, said Martin Erkela, area operations manager. Customers can effectively allocate internal technical resources to focus on core business processes and systems.

Janet Gibson has joined Ken Armstrong, CFP, CLU, ChFC, Wealth Management Advisor with the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network in Eagle as an Associate Financial Representative. Gibson lives in Eagle.


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