. $2.99 nightMinturn Country Club celebrates $2.99 night tonight. NY Steak $2.99; Shrimp Kabob $2.99; Lemon Chicken $2.99; Teriyaki Chicken $2.99; Mahi Mahi $2.99; Mussels $2.99; Salad bar $2.50. No other specials apply. Opens at 4:30 p.m. Main Street, Minturn. Call 827-4114 for more details.. Got egg roll/hurricane relief?Porn, Susie and New Life Assembly of God are selling egg rolls in the lobby of the Vail City Market on Friday from 4 p.m. until they sell out.It’s an on-line auction!Vail Mountain School’s 30th Annual Dinner, Dance and Auction is coming up Nov. 26. To drum up a little excitement before the event at the Vail Marriott, the school is holding an on-line silent auction. All kinds of fabulous items are available at http://www.vms.edu, including:– Passport Parking for a year — Trip to Big Sky, Montana — Bob Bondurant race car driving school — Prowl with Snow Cats for 4 children — Shadow the Ski Patrol “Day in the Life of a Ski Patrol”
— Jewelry gift certificate at Kimberly’s Fine Jewelry — Anderson Western Colorado Camp Certificate — Certificates for restaurants, spas, professional services, health assessments — Fly fishing float trip — Two all day lift tickets and half day private lesson at Beaver Creek — Tickets to Bronco football game — VIP credentials for 2006 American Ski Classic Proceeds from this fund raiser have provided an average of $300,000 a year to support Vail Mountain School’s academic, extracurricular, community service and tuition assistance programs. For more information, go to http://www.vms.edu.Ring that bell!The Vail Valley Salvation Army is looking for a few good volunteers. The local charity is looking for people to coordinate the annual holiday bell ringing campaign, people to coordinate bellringing at individual stores, and people to work at the Holiday Cabin.The Salvation Army is also very much in need of someone to coordinate all of the food drives and other holiday activities. for the Christmas concert.To learn more, call 926-3704.
Fill the VanCME would like to thank the community and those who participated in the Fill the Van food drive conducted at Control lity Market stores in Vail, Avon and Eagle on Saturday, Nov. 5. The drive was a huge success, and the community was very generous this season in helping to replenish local food banks and agencies of need. Your assistance will help those individuals who are hungry and in need. In particular, CME would like to thank the following individuals who assisted in collecting and delivering food: Scoot McCullers, Kari Douglas, Nancy Graves, Nate Fleming, Jim Feldhaus, Debbie Feldhaus, Bert Rocconi, Kelly Powers, Jeff Kurtz, Mike Amato, Jill Kammerer, Janette Henry and Jim Steinbach.PlayoffsEagle Valley High School’s football team has a home playoff game Saturday, and fans are invited to a tailgate party. The hoop-de-doo starts at 11:30 a.m. and goes until the game’s 1 p.m. start.This is high school, so no alcohol or tobacco is allowed. Cheerleaders will pick the vehicle with the most team spirit. Go Devils!…. …
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