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Money Matters Class

Thursday Dec. 11th  – Money Matters (Spanish-Speaking) – FIRC Silverthorne Office  – Presented by FirstBank. Learn tools to help you better understand budgeting, spending plans and ways to decrease spending. Please contact Natalia at [email protected] or call 970-455-0228 to sign up.

Money Matters Class

Thursday Nov. 13th – Money Matters (English – Speaking) – FIRC Silverthorne Office  – Presented by FirstBank. Learn tools to help you better understand budgeting, spending plans and ways to decrease spending. Please contact Natalia at [email protected] or call 970-455-0228 to sign up

Dialog Over Dinner

Wednesday Nov. 12th – Dialogue Over Dinner – Topic: Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention – 5:30-7:30 p.m. – Summit Middle School – Monthly meeting to connect experts and parents to discuss issues affecting middle and high schoolers. Includes dinner and childcare. Please contact Natalia at [email protected] or call 970-455-0228 to sign up.

Active Parenting of Teens – Mon Nights

Active Parenting of Teens – Mondays October 6-November 17 -FIRC Office in Silverthorne, 5:30-8 p.m. – Six-sessions focused on discussing the issues teens face and how to keep lines of communication open. Space is limited. Contact Natalia at 970-455-0228 to reserve your spot. Cost is $48 per person or $72 per couple, which includes all …Read More

Summit Thrift & Treasure

Summit Thrift & Treasure in need of donations – The FIRC’s thrift stores; Summit Thrift & Treasure in Dillon & Airport Rd. in Breckenridge are in need of donations. The stores accept gently used clothing, linens and kitchen items. Donations are tax-deductible and are accepted from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday at both stores. For more …Read More

Dish with the Commish

Every Friday Morning on KSMT at 7:30. For about 10 minutes, Summit County Commissioner Dan Gibbs joins Johnny Brokaw in the studio to discuss what is going on in our community and state. Learn about things that affect you and learn how to be a part of your community!  

Donate to Summit County Cares

Help locals in need this season by donating to Summit County Cares. 100% of your donation goes directly to pay rent, utility, grocery and medical bills for locals. Donations will benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC), Advocates for Victims of Assault, Summit Community Care Clinic and Social Services. Donate online at Summit Foundation.org

Volunteers needed for great cause!

Northwest Rocky Mountain Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is looking for volunteers in the Grand County area that are interested in making a difference in the life of an abused or neglected child. Volunteers will be trained to help assure the child’s needs are met and they are placed in a safe home – training …Read More

Dish w/ the Commish 7:30 AM Friday mornings

Dish w/ the Comish – every Friday morning at 7:30. County Commissioner Dan Gibbs & Johnny Brokaw sit down for a quick chat about what’s happening in the community & behind the scenes. This Gibbs … not these Gibbs

Make a Difference – Become a Mountain Mentor

Mountain Mentors are looking for volunteers – especially guys! There are over 61 kids on the waiting list for a mentor in Summit County!! It’s easy! Just volunteer 8 hours a month, be yourself, have fun & make a huge difference in a local kid’s life J To volunteer or find out more call Sarah …Read More

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