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A big thanks to Ron Swan of the Snowboard Outreach Society for buying all the riders ice cream on Sunday’s Colorado River Ride. Swan, director of S.O.S., had this brilliant idea for a surprise breakfast for hot, sweaty riders. It was amazing to see so many talented riders outside of France! Thank you, Carrie Z. The Ice Cream Lady.
Final rummage sale drop off this weekendThe final day to drop off used items to donate to this year’s Vail Valley Community Fund Auction and Rummage Sale at Maloit Park is this weekend – Saturday and Sunday. So clean out those garages, storage rooms, basements and bring those clean household items, furniture, linens, clothing, toys, etc. to Maloit Park. Hours for drop off and volunteering are Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and Mondays from 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m. For more information, call 926-0577, 827-9426 or 476-5701.
‘Airborne – Reaching for a Higher Purpose’The Young Continentals present their new concert “Airborne – Reaching for a Higher Purpose.” They will be appearing at at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6, at the Eagle Valley High School Auditorium in Gypsum. They are being hosted by the Community United Methodist Church of Eagle Valley. There is no charge for the concert, however a free will offering will be taken.
Polly Letofsky’s comes home FridayPolly Letofsky will be welcomed home at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Billy’s Island Grill to celebrate the big welcome home for Polly Letofsky. She is completing her historic walk around the world where it began in Lionshead 5 years ago. Or join her at 2:30 p.m. for her last mile walking from the International Bridge in Vail Village to Lionshead. Musicians and performing artists are invited to join the celebration from the bridge to Lionshead to add to the festive mood. At completion she will have walked 14,129 miles over the last 5 years. Donations to benefit the Vail Breast Cancer awareness group are welcome.
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