Happenings

COMMUNITY EVENTS    

Thursdays: Join us on Krystal 93 every Thursday for Thirsty Thursday Trivia brought to you by Rita’s Taco Bar in Breckenridge. Tune in Thursdays after 2, answer a Summit County Trivia Question and win a gift certificate to Rita’s-- now open for lunch and lunch happy hour from 11:30 to 1:00.  

Every weekend in November on Krystal 93, Music at the Summit brings you one on one interviews with your favorite local musicians. Next weekend we hear from Tyler Easton of Frisco Funk Collective about what life has been like during COVID, and what the future looks like. Special thanks to Greers Appliance and Mountain Comfort Furnishings for sponsoring Music at the Summit. 

The Little Red School House is going virtual for its annual cash raffle. You can enter anytime until Thanksgiving Day for a chance to win cash! First prize is 3000 dollars, second is 1500, and third prize is a 21-22 Epic Pass. The money raised will go to operating costs, classroom supplies and teacher retention. Go to littleredbreck.com under “events” to enter. Krystal Media Supports the Summit.    

Summit County is providing widespread covid testing with a new location in Frisco, open Monday through Friday from 8 am until 5pm at 110 3rd  street. It’s free for anyone without insurance. There’s also testing available at the Silverthorne Rec Center Overflow parking lot 7 days a week. Go to summitcounty.gov for more information. Krystal Media Supports the Summit.  

Vail Health is hosting a free virtual showing of “The Sisters of Skimo” - it's a great short film from 2019 that promotes Summit County and our great local snow sports. You can check out the movie at howardhead.org.  Krystal Media Supports the Summit.

Summit’s Rotary clubs are bringing back Adopt an Angel and making it covid-friendly. You’re invited to donate clothes, toys, and sporting gear and they’ll get them to children in time for the holidays. Drop-off your donations at any Alpine or First Banks. Gift ideas, more drop off locations, plus other covid-friendly ways to donate are at summitangels.com. Krystal Media Supports the Summit. 

The Silverthorne Rec Center is offering classes for adults and kids this fall, from swim lessons to gymnastics to outdoor programs. There are also drop in fitness options like Yoga and Zumba... as well as swim and gym options for families. For more info on their safe and responsible play, check out silverthorne.org. Krystal Media Supports the Summit.  

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HELPING YOUR COMMUNITY

BUILDING HOPE SUMMIT COUNTY:

Building Hope is launching a Volunteer Peer Support Program! It’s community-based and staffed by non-professional, skilled volunteers who are trained to make referrals to mental wellness resources, and foster healthy, meaningful connections. Do you want to volunteer? Send an email to nicole@buildinghopesummit-dot-org. Krystal Media Supports the Summit!  

CENSUS:

Your community needs you... for Summit County census reporting. Census data determines how billions of dollars in federal funds get distributed—for health care, school lunch programs, disaster recovery... go to 2020census-dot-gov to fill out your information... to help our community get the resources it deserves.    

FDRD HELP:

Summit County trails are open and you can give back to your local forest by purchasing a tax-deductible Friends of the Dillon Ranger District membership. It’s a great opportunity to give back to our local forest, get details and become a member at FDRD-dot-org.

HELP THE ROTARY CLUB OF SUMMIT COUNTY:

The Rotary Club of Summit County is raffling tickets to win a brand-new Ford Escape or 14 thousand dollars. The Rotary Club has upped their local grant offerings from 15 to 25 thousand dollars, and they just donated 50 thousand dollars to FIRC. Help a great organization and get a chance for new wheels... raffle tickets for the Ford Escape are available at winrotarycar.com.  

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES:

Unemployment Information - File a Claim

Mobile COVID-19 Testing

Small Business Resources

KRYSTAL MEDIA PROMOTED EVENTS/CONCERTS 

Every Thursday on Krystal 93: As a part of our Music at the Summit initiative, we feature music from a local artists. Tune in at 9:50am and 3:50pm for a nice locally made tune! You can learn more about local musicians and hear more music at krystal93.com

All month long: Got a news tip? Krystal 93 proudly covers local mountain news daily, and if you see news happening, go to krystal 93 dot com and click on the news page to submit a news tip. Krystal 93 News Director Phil Lindeman keeps you covered with the latest local news... and your input helps! Submit your ideas at Krystal93.com forward slash news. Or if it’s easier, you can just email Phil directly – phil@krystal93.com

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