December 2008 Newsletter
151 Peak One Blvd – Frisco
Thought of the Month:
Box 1845 Frisco, CO 80443 MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE
Web site: http://www.co.summit.co.us
Christmas is glorious. I love the
season, the unique spirit of
firstname.lastname@example.org Christmas. It affords you the
opportunity to do things for others,
Volume 25, Issue 12, December, 2008 it means a spirit of love, a time when
the love of our fellow men should
prevail over all hatred and
bitterness, it is truly the season for
kindling the fires of hospitality. Ed
President’s Column SCSC News
Thank you to everyone who has already made a Senior Council - will meet at 3 p.m. on Tuesday,
donation to the Summit Senior Foundation. We’ve December 2, in the Ute Room.
had a very positive response and really appreciate
The Seniors Annual Holiday
As SCSC members we each reap benefits from the Party – Will be held this year on
activities which we choose to participate in and Saturday, December 13, at 11:30
from the interaction with other members. a.m. Please remember to make
Contributions to the foundation will build a your reservations for the event by
financial base to help insure the long-term viability Wednesday, December 3. See the enclosed flyer
of the SCSC organization. for details.
As a reminder, additional donations made before the
end of the year can be used for tax deductions for Attention RSVP Volunteers –
2008 taxes. Thank you for all of your
service this past year. At the
I hope that you all enjoy the holiday season. Let it end of October we had 219
snow, let it snow, let it snow. volunteers report their hours, and the total hours
served was over 10,000. Great Job!!!
As most of you know, the RSVP Volunteer program
is funded by a federal grant. The mission of the
program is not only to encourage volunteerism
among those 55 years and older, but also to show
the impact that our seniors have in our county. The To receive a 2008 directory:
only way this can be done is to track the hours that The directory costs $2.00 and is available to pick up
you serve and where you serve. Turning in your at the Center front desk. It costs $4.00 if mailed via
hours on a Service Hour Record not only helps me the postal service. Please email or call the Front
to do this, but also provides the funding to say Desk if you would like any changes made to your
There are several of you who are members of the To view the newsletter on-line:
RSVP program that have not turned in your hours, Go to the Summit County website
and although your service is appreciated, I have had www.co.summit.co.us
to put you on an inactive status. If you have not
Click on “SENIORS” (found on the left side of
turned in hours during the year of 2008, please
page under Quick Links)
contact me at email@example.com or drop by
Click on “NEWS”
the front desk to pick up a Service Hour Record
You do need Adobe Reader, which is free software.
Please send all your information for the
I need your hours for 2008 submitted by the last
newsletter to Christy Nelson. Emails are
week in December in order for you to receive an
appreciated! Contact her at
invitation to the Appreciation Luncheon in January.
Thank you. Christy Nelson
Don’t forget, articles/information need to be in
Table of Contents before the 12 of the month.
PRESIDENT’S COLUMN ................................... 1 Newsletter Committee – Please remember if you
SCSC NEWS.......................................................... 1 have any suggestions regarding the newsletter,
direct your comments to our Newsletter Committee:
TABLE OF CONTENTS ..................................... 2 Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org
2009 SUMMIT COUNTY “OPEN” WINTER Corina at 513-1285 or email@example.com
GAMES 50+........................................................... 2 Dennis at 262-3811 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Marie at 668-8961 or marieEroberts@aol.com
THE SUMMIT SENIORS FOUNDATION ....... 3
FRISCO/COPPER INFO CENTER ................... 3
CHALLENGE YOUR MIND .............................. 3 2009 Summit County “Open”
Winter Games 50+
SOCIALIZE .......................................................... 4
HEALTHFUL ENDEAVORS ............................. 5 The 2009 Winter Games
SERVICES FOR SENIORS ................................ 5 will take place February
8, 9, and 10. The
COMPUTER CHALLENGES ............................ 6 Colorado Senior Winter
TRIPS ..................................................................... 7 Games started in 1981;
Summit County has
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ................................... 7 hosted the event since
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ..................... 7 1983. Pat Hutson and Peg Bartko chaired the event
for 21 years, running, maintaining and enhancing
DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS ................................. 9
the “Senior Games at the Summit.”
ADVERTISEMENTS ......................................... 10
Donna Rushing from the Frisco/Copper Info Center
Summit Prevention The Summit Seniors are responsible for staffing the
Alliance (SPA) is leading Frisco/Copper Information Center on Sundays. We
the new team, assisted by cover two shifts (9-1, 1-5), and we need
Lorie Williams and a host volunteers. This is a significant fund-raiser for
of others. Events will SCSC and it's also an opportunity to meet people,
include downhill races, share experiences and provide information about
individual and dual slaloms, nordic races, relay, our great county. Please share the fun and spread
biathlon, snowshoe, ice skating, hockey goal shoot the experience among many. Call Becky Hopkins
and a snowball-throw competition. at 668-9494 or email@example.com for
The games operate with
volunteers and are self-
Sunday, Senior Staffing, December, 2008
funded. We need your
help in two areas: site Dec. 7
help and donation 9 - 1 Susana/Pete Novembre
assistance. Please call or 1 - 5 Charlotte Clarke/Bob Noonan
come by the Community Dec. 14
& Senior Center to add your name to the volunteer 9 - 1 Sandy Franzen/Chuck Boyd
list and/or to make a donation. 970-668-2940. 1 - 5 Pat Hutson/Peg Bartko
Registration forms for the game events will be at 9 - 1 Sue/Steve Enderlin
the front desk of the Community & Senior Center. 1 - 5 Barb Werren
Pick one up and join us in the laughter, excitement Dec. 28
and challenge of the 2009 “Open” Winter Games 9 - 1 John Roberts
50+. 1 - 5 Ed Doogan
The Summit Seniors Challenge your mind
Foundation Solicitation Progress Report – As of Party Bridge – Tuesdays at 1:00
November 11, 2008: p.m. in the Hobby Room. Be there
To date the Summit Seniors Foundation has by 12:50.
received $3,400 in contributions from 99 members
(counting couples as 2). This represents $34.35 per Duplicate Bridge - Every
contributing member. Thanks to all who have Monday and Friday, 1:00 p.m.-
contributed. We appreciate your support. 4:30 p.m. You need to have a partner or call Corley
at 262-0417. $1 donation for SCSC members/$1.50
Support Summit Seniors – Anyone interested in non-members. ACBL sanctioned.
making present contributions or a testamentary gift
by a provision in a will or revocable living trust to Supervised Play - There will be no supervised
the Foundation should contact: play in December. See you all in January. Happy
Larry R. Niedegerke Holidays! Thanks, Maggie
Attorney at Law
PO Box 1274 Advanced Beginner & Intermediate Bridge
Breckenridge, CO 80424 Classes – Intermediate Bridge may start in
970-547-2170 December if enough people are interested. Call
Corley at 262-0417 if you can come on Wednesday December. No book reservation needed, just get
afternoons from 3:00 pm to 5:00 to learn new your book at the front desk and pay $15. You will
bidding systems and practice playing bridge with have time to look over the subjects before our first
Ladies’ Bridge – December Ladies’ Bridge and The topics include: U.S. and rising powers;
luncheon will be held on Wednesday, December 10 Afghanistan and Pakistan; Energy and the Global
at 10:00 a.m. at the home of Donna Reuterman. Economy; The Arctic Age; Egypt in the 21st
Call Donna at 513-0586 if you would like to join us Century; Global Food supply; Cuba after Castro;
and tell her what you’d like to bring for the salad and Universal Human Rights. Looks like another
buffet. interesting year. If any questions call Millicent
Round Robin Bridge – Will begin in January
2009. There will be a sign-up sheet in the Activity Tale Spinners – Will meet Monday, December 1,
Book at the center. It is a Chicago scoring party at the Senior Center at 11:30 a.m. for a “bring your
bridge format and everyone is welcome to own brown bag” lunch followed by a speaker.
participate. If you are looking for a partner let us
know. The awards dinner will be the end of April. The Book Club – The December meeting will be
Questions call Jean 262-0381 or Margery 262 - our annual organizational meeting, when we select
3811. We look forward to hearing from you. the books and identify the discussants and hosts for
2009. It will be on Tuesday, December 9, at 7:00
PLEASE REMEMBER ...It is requested that all p.m., at the home of Karen and Kenyon Kugler. If
bridge games and classes be fragrance free. Some you have suggestions for books for 2009, please
of our folks are extremely allergic to fragrances and email them to Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org by
are not able to participate when fragrances are in the December 1. Include the title and the author's name
room. Please respect their health issues and refrain and a very brief description of the book. Please call
from wearing fragrances. the Kuglers at 547-0522 by the weekend before the
meeting to confirm your attendance.
Cribbage/Dominoes – If you are a cribbage player,
or enjoy dominoes, join us on Thursdays at 1:00 Café Scientifique – There is no Cafe Scientifique
p.m. in the Hobby Room. Better yet, come to the in December.
senior lunch and stay for cribbage or dominoes.
Mah Jongg – Games will be on Tuesdays and
Fridays at 1:00 p.m. For information call Marcia at “GALS” (Golden
668-8322. Adventurous Ladies of the
Summit) – Calling all women
Scrabble – Join us for fun scrabble games on over 50 years of age, single for
Thursdays, 1:00 p.m, in the Hobby Room. For info whatever reason and ready to
call Helen Fitzgerald at 468-7630. get out of the house. The next GALS will be at the
Frisco Boatyard Restaurant on December 4, at 4:00
Great Decisions – This Foreign Policy Association p.m.
discussion group will start meeting on Wednesday, Red Hat Society Luncheon –
January 21, 2009 in the Loveland Room at 3:30 Contact Margery Nemura 262-
p.m. The briefing books have been ordered and 3811 for details of the holiday
should arrive at the Senior Center in early lunch on Wednesday, December
Tuesday/Thursday Luncheon Please contact the Senior Center to schedule an
Great food and great people make our luncheons a appointment. Remember to bring any
fun activity. Come join us at this event and save correspondence, bills or other relevant materials to
yourself having to cook a luncheon meal. Please your counseling session. Also, the annual election
call the office at 668-2940 one day prior to the period to switch Medicare prescription drug
lunch to make your reservation. coverage is November 15 to December 31.
Monday Night Dinner (MND) – Join us by 5:30 AARP Driver Safety Program
p.m. on Monday nights. Make your reservation January 20, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
(668-2940) by the Wednesday before the dinner. January 21, 8:00 a.m. to noon
Correct change ($5 or $6 depending on income) is Fee $10.00 for SCSC members,
appreciated; nonmembers pay $2 more. If you $12.00 for non-members.
don't show, you still owe! Help with setup (4:40)
and cleanup is always appreciated. This eight-hour course is a comprehensive
classroom refresher course designed specifically for
After-dinner programs begin at approximately the maturing driver age 50 and over. It covers
6:20 p.m: physical changes (vision, hearing, reaction time,
December 1 – 2009 Medicare Overview with and declining depth and perception skills) of the
Michael Hornback. maturing driver. Participants will also receive a
thorough review of the “rules of the road” with an
Healthful endeavors emphasis on defensive driving practices. The
curriculum also provides opportunities for the
Silver Sneakers – Silverthorne participants to identify individual problem areas and
Recreation Center has a program apply information needed for improvement in their
specifically geared for seniors. driving.
Call the recreation center at 262-
7370 for more information. Colorado seniors age 55 and older upon completion
of the course are eligible to receive an insurance
Services for Seniors premium discount. To register for this class, call the
Notary Public at the Senior Center – Lorie Summit Community & Senior Center at 970-668-
Williams is able to notarize your important 2940.
documents for you. Please call her with questions
and for appointments at 970-668-2940. GLS, Inc., Certified Public Accountants and the
Summit County Senior Citizens – are pleased to
Medicare Counseling – The Summit County announce that FREE income tax services will be
Senior Center provides a free counseling program to provided for Seniors* of Summit County as well as
Medicare beneficiaries and their families/caregivers for Summit County residents in need**. Three free
to assist in understanding Medicare benefits, tax preparation sessions will be held at the Summit
coverage gaps, billing concerns, Medicare County Community and Senior Center in Frisco, in
supplemental insurance plans, Medicare HMOs and the Ute room. The dates are as follows:
Medicare prescription drug plans.
Saturday, February 28, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Counselors will be available at the Senior Center Saturday, March 7, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
from 10:00 a.m. to noon on: Saturday, March 21, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, December 11
Tuesday, December 16
All three sessions are limited to those people that Hearing Evaluations – An audiologist from
utilize Form 1040 and/or Schedules A and B ONLY Summit Hearing, Richard Green, will be coming
and have been Colorado residents for ALL of 2008. from Colorado Springs to the Community & Senior
For additional information, call GLS, Inc. at 668- Center on Wednesday, December 3, 9:30 a.m.-3:30
5694. We look forward to assisting you. p.m.
*Seniors are considered 65 and older living in This service is available for those ages 4 and up.
Summit County for this service. Appointments take between 15 and 40 minutes. To
**Individuals in need who are NOT Seniors are make your appointment call Summit Hearing at
restricted to $20,000 or less in total income and who (877) 505-3225.
live in Summit County.
Five Wishes and File of Life information is
The Outreach Committee – Our mission is to available in the office. Five Wishes is a great tool
reach out to the needs of the senior community. If for letting your family know your end-of-life
you are, or know of someone who is going into the wishes. Remember to update the File of Life (your
hospital, in need of transportation to a doctor’s medication list) and your will on a regular basis.
appointment or are homebound, please call Andy Contact Christy for more information at 668-2942.
Searls at 668-0625 or Christy Nelson at 668-2942.
Senior “Ask A Lawyer” Day - This successful The Summit Cancer Support Group – We will
program is offered on the 3rd Tuesday every other not meet in December. Happy Holidays.
month. The next one is January 20 at 12:30 p.m.
Bring your legal questions for private consultation Alzheimer’s Association/Memory Loss Support
with a lawyer. Group – will meet on Wednesday. December 3, at
the Senior Center from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. This drop-
Senior Name Tags – Can be ordered at the Center in group includes trained facilitators ready to field
office for $5.75/name tag. requests for information, share experiences and
provide connections to questions and concerns with
Wellness Testing is being offered to seniors by the others. For more information, please call Christy
Summit Medical Center. They offer many lab tests Nelson 970- 668-2942.
such as complete blood count, chemistry panel,
lipid panel, PSA and thyroid screening. These Computer challenges
services are offered at a significant savings in Computer Basics
dollars and are available on a year-round basis, My children gave me a
weekdays, 8:00-4:30 pm. You must pick up a computer and I don’t know
form at the Community & Senior Center office. how to use it.
Everyone is emailing and
City Market CARES – City Market has a program sending pictures of their children and
that gives non-profit organizations moneys when grandchildren I feel out of the loop.
their members shop at the store. By linking your I need an email address.
City Market discount card to SCSC, our group will
I want to be able to search the web, to pay
receive a donation quarterly, but your
my bills, to look at my bank account.
discounts/promotions will not be affected. A win-
How can I get recipes on the web?
win. Please bring your City Market card by the
Senior Center and sign up. How do I sell on Ebay?
Let us help you get going with the basics. Sign up Huff and Puff Snowshoe Group: This mellow
and we’ll find a time to help you. Call the front snowshoe group needs an organizer to find
desk 668-2940 to find out more information. volunteer leaders for the 2009 season. If you're
interested in this prestigious position, please contact
Help with specific computer problems (software Bonnie Guthrie at email@example.com.
or hardware) is being offered by John Roberts,
668-8961. Free monitors, keyboards and mice are Planning meeting for Snowshoe Hares
available as well as low-priced older PCs. – Ute Room. 3:00 p.m., Monday,
December 8. Come with ideas for
The center’s computers are available for anyone to snowshoe trips. If you cannot attend
use Mondays through Fridays. They all have Word, and have a trip you would like to lead,
Access, Excel and the Internet, and share a printer. please call Mary Kay Rachwalski at
A Holiday Treat – A tour of the Governor’s
Mansion with all of its Christmas VOLUNTEER
trimmings coupled with a tour of Molly OPPORTUNITIES
Brown’s Museum is scheduled for
December 11, if weather permits.
Alternative dates for the trip are
December 12 or 13. Drivers Needed – We have recently added a new
Time of Departure: 8:30 a.m. from the Senior homebound lunch delivery in Breckenridge on
Center Tuesday and Thursday. We need a few drivers that
Time of Return: 4:30 p.m. would be willing to pick up a lunch at the
Cost/Person: $6.00 for SCSC members and $8.00 Community and Senior Center at 11:45 a.m. and
for non-members. make the one delivery to Warrior’s Mark in
Transportation: A bus is not available for this Breckenridge. Contact Andy Searls if interested at
trip, therefore carpools are being formed. 668-0625.
Lunch: at Le Central at your own expense.
Deadline to Sign-up: December 1 Companion Needed – The elderly lady in
Sign up at: Community & Senior Center Warrior’s Mark would also welcome someone to
Contact Person: Corina Aragon 970-513-1285; drop by on an occasional basis to visit. Her family
firstname.lastname@example.org is away from home all day and she seeks
companionship. Please call Christy at 668-2942 if
Outdoor Activities you are interested in this opportunity.
Attention XC Skiers: The Little Stitches – A very big thank
planning meeting for the 2009 you to all who made our Christmas
season will be Wednesday, dress giveaway a huge success.
December 3, 3:00 p.m., in the The families in Summit County
Ute Room at the senior center. really appreciate all the hard work
Bring ski-trail ideas and a volunteer and generous gifts to them.
spirit. If you can't make the meeting, email your Our Easter dress giveaway is scheduled for the end
thoughts to Bonnie Guthrie at of March, so mark you calendars. Call Evey Statz
email@example.com. at 547-2809 if you would like to contribute to this
very worthy project.
AARPTax-Aide: AARP will offer this service at the Community &
Senior Center from February through April.
Volunteers are needed to make this a successful
program. Time commitment can be flexible based
fAARP Tax-Aide is the nation’s largest
on your availability. Mileage reimbursement is
volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service provided. Training will be provided. For more
for low- and middle-income taxpayers, with special information contact Chris Boller, SCSC member
attention to those age 60 and older. and District Coordinator, at 668-4336 or
Volunteer Needed to Help Children with Special Health Care Needs
The Summit County Public Health Department and Early Childhood Connections, funded in part by the Summit
Foundation, is looking for volunteers to help assemble Assistive Technology devices for Children with Special
Health Care Needs in our community.
We will assemble assistive and rehabilitative devices for these disabled children. Public Health will provide all
materials (PVC, cloth, plastic netting, glue, etc), and simple and easy-to-use assembly diagrams. Initially, a staff
person from Public Health will be available to train volunteers. We will distribute the equipment to children in
We need your help! The volunteer group will gather on an ongoing basis -- once a month for approximately 2-
4 hours, to build the devices (Sometimes it might be every other month, depending on need). This is a small
time commitment that will have a HUGE impact on children’s lives in our community.
A planning meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 9, at 11:30 a.m. at the Timberline Adult Day Care in
the Community & Senior Center. We will meet monthly, so if you cannot make it in December please be sure
to sign up for January or February!
To volunteer, please call the Senior Center front desk at 668-2940. Or contact Public Health directly to
sign up Sarah Karges at (815)483-6673 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgette Contos at (970)668-9713 email@example.com
12/1 Eden Wenig 12/10 Janice Skarbek 12/23 Donna Dusen
12/1 Sandy Kuschnerus 12/10 Carolyn Brown 12/23 Gail Friedman
12/1 Sally Barton-Higgins 12/11 Carolyn Hull 12/23 John Fitzpatrick
12/1 Jeanne Gerlach 12/11 Robert Stone 12/24 Char Hajny
12/1 Jan Coles 12/12 Jaramy Karns 12/24 Ken Wiggins
12/1 Roger Kendall 12/12 Kenneth Leach 12/25 Clyde Grindell
12/1 Renate Helm 12/12 James Fugere 12/25 Joanne Boulton
12/2 Gordon Warner 12/12 Bob Jeffries 12/26 Donald Keehn
12/2 Dick Candelmo 12/13 Ralph Rudder 12/26 Mary Lu Jones
12/2 Barry Lazarus 12/13 John Riley 12/26 Margaret Frazier
12/2 Tom Lyda 12/13 Joan Mclaughlin 12/26 Colin Kelly
12/2 Bob Paquette 12/13 Amy Lou Waters 12/26 James Rogers
12/2 Gary Weis 12/13 John Pelch 12/26 Robert Reinert
12/3 Gordon Mann 12/13 Martin Gravel 12/27 Gretha Vermeulen
12/3 Jim Chicklo 12/14 Richard Groff 12/27 Daniels Bernice
12/3 Eileen Friars 12/15 Dave Raymond 12/27 Joan Donnelly
12/3 Fitz Fitzgerald 12/15 Sallie Cochran 12/27 Karl H. Easterly
12/3 Vern Jaques 12/15 Faye Cohn 12/27 Michel Bagneris
12/3 Betsy Lidgey 12/16 Hank Pedersen 12/27 Bettte Holdos
12/4 Carol Ihlenfeld 12/16 Claudia Stein 12/27 Steven Ladin
12/4 Phyllis Grindell 12/16 Leyah Namoff 12/28 William Winfrey
12/4 Harley Van De Wege 12/16 Theo Barron 12/28 Noreen Wint
12/4 Steven Carter 12/16 Ellie Moller 12/28 Carol Faust
12/4 Jane Johnston 12/17 Bob Fobes 12/29 Robert Follett
12/5 Bill Hartline 12/17 Beverley McArthur 12/29 Susana Novembre
12/5 Gale Garrett 12/18 Judy Weinert 12/29 Joyce Lee
12/5 Ron Haney 12/18 Nancy Smith 12/29 Fran Jones
12/6 Sandi Beard 12/18 Winifred Prall 12/29 Bonnie Domer
12/6 Stewart Fleishey 12/19 Janet Huiatt 12/30 Angeline Lawinger
12/6 William Morgan 12/19 Joel Lachance 12/30 Michael Orth
12/6 Ronald Palmer 12/20 Bernie Bottomley 12/31 Jack Beckner
12/7 Joanne Malmgren 12/20 John E Roberts 12/31 John Zinkus
12/7 Mary Clark 12/20 Jean Pilon 12/31 Tony Leonard
12/8 Woody Shelton 12/20 Donna Bishop 12/31 Bert Snyder
12/8 Nancy Gregory 12/21 Glenda Rosenberg 12/31 Bill Lund
12/9 Barrie Gravel 12/21 Roger Wegner
12/9 Denni Lottermoser 12/21 Richard Rees
12/9 Thomas Reynolds 12/22 Don Martin
12/10 Jilane Savignano 12/22 Hans Kuschnerus
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63441. Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org December 14 to $2000 + utilities per month peak
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Housing Needed 970-262-6845
We Don't Need A Govt. Bail-Out – We do need to
rent a place for 4 to 6 weeks, preferably mid-Feb. to Short-Term Rental – Beautiful 2-bedroom
Apr.1 but we're open to anything when there's snow apartment, sleeps 6, 5 miles south of Breckenridge,
on the ground. We'll pay up front so you'll be safe. fantastic views,(970) 453-7505,
(It's been $2,100.00 for 6 wks. each of the last ten firstname.lastname@example.org
years.) We have stayed at the Powderhorn Condos
in Breckenridge for 5 of the last 6 years. Check Frisco Townhouse – Available the entire 2008-
with Morris & Doris Molinero, the Geo. Hesses, 2009 Ski Season: December 1, 2008 through March
Breck Thomases or Al Allisons for references. 31, 2009. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, sleeps eight.
Private indoor hot tub, fireplace, attached garage,
We're seniors (very) Over the Hill'ers, (Loosey cable TVs, washer and dryer, deck, fully furnished.
Goosey & Copper) and live in CO Springs. If you A short walk to Main Street. All utilities paid
can help us out, phone Bill or Sheelah at (719) 488- including hot tub maintenance and cable TV. No
9874 or email email@example.com. Also could use Smoking - No Pets - Deposit and Lease
something for a couple of days to help Bill celebrate $2275.00/month. Contact: Dick Loewecke, 1378
his 85th birthday New Year's Eve (10:20 pm, CST). East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC 20003-1533.
Mobile 202-222-8363, Fax 301-583-8859,
Housing For Rent
Breckenridge Town Home on Blue River – Walk Frisco Townhouse – Available January-March
to slopes & Main Street – Families & Mature 2009, 3BR, 2½ BA. Fully furnished and includes a
Adults desired – 2BR, 3BA – Heated Garage – fireplace, attached garage, and washer and dryer. It
Short- or long-term rates available Reduced rates is a short walk to Main Street. NS/NP Deposit and
for balance of 2008. Phone: 970-668-3411 or Cell: monthly rent $1950 which includes utilities.
970-333-4950. Contact Sara at 303-424 8722 or cell 303-638 6569
Breckenridge: Large Studio Apartment –
Spacious 625 sq .ft. caretaker apt. in a large home.
Private parking, entrance and deck. Fully furnished
and equipped including microwave, range,
refrigerator, dishwasher, bathroom with tub and
shower, TV, CD player, DVD player, wireless high
speed internet access, etc. No smoking or pets. See Full real estate service for a low set fee starting at
photos and short-term rental info at $2,950
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extended stays of 2-8 weeks. Contact owner at 970- Dyan Devault
547-1879 or firstname.lastname@example.org 970-485-5740 Direct
Furnished Wildernest Condo – Reserve early for www.husresortproperties.com
the Holidays – 2BR, 1BA. Beautiful mtn.view
from large balcony. Rent by the month, week, or
extended weekend if available up to Jan. 1. Contact
Lisa at 303-475-2663 or Pat at 734-646-0501.
Prime location Victorian in Breckenridge For
Rent: 3 BR/2.5 Bath/ 1-car garage available
weekly or monthly, high end, walk to everything.
Copper Mountain/Winter Park season pass
voucher – $325. Cell:309-287-8858; H: 970-468-
Red sofa and matching love seat – For sale for
$125 as pair only. Rowe brand name. Very good
condition (except for limited sun fading). Can
email you a picture if interested. Diana & Don
Dettmering, 453-0506 (after December 1st)
135 Main St., Dillon
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