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Join the High Country Conservation Center for the 29th Annual Tim McClure Benefit on Friday, February 23rd from 6-10pm at the Double Tree Breckenridge. Tickets are available at the door for $40, or $60 for VIP tickets. Tickets include appetizers, live music, EveryBelly Dancers, a great silent auction, and unlimited tasting of local beer, wine, and spirits from Angry James Brewery, Baker’s Brewery, Broken Compass Brewery, Dillon Dam Brewery, Pug Ryan’s, Breckenridge Distillery, and samples from a variety of Colorado wines. VIP ticket holders receive a pint glass for tasting, early access to our silent auction and automatic entry into a VIP drawing for a gift certificate to the Infinity Spa at the Grand Colorado on Peak 8 in Breckenridge. All proceeds benefit HC3.
Purchase a door prize ticket at the event for just $10 and be entered to win one of three prizes, including a Char-Broil Grill from Lowe’s, a two night stay (including breakfast) at the Residence Inn by Marriott and a Family Four-Pack to Epic Discovery Breckenridge.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Colorado Mountain College, Energy Outreach Colorado, FirstBank, Ifurnish, Stuhr and Associates, Summit Daily, Xcel Energy, Antlers Liquor & Wine Cellar, Mountain Pride Cleaning & Restoration, Martin Martin, Civil Insight, Comfort by Kodiak, Mountain Life Companies
Land Title, The Clothing Cooperative, Arrow Insurance, Breckenridge Dental Group, Centennial Recycling, Dynamic Database Design, Energy Smart Colorado, FridgeWize, Impact Energy, Krystal93, KSMT, Lincoln Park, Mondo Verde, Performance Home, Summit County Recycling, Summit Mountain Rentals, Tolin Mechanical, The Outsider, ERI Direct, Timberline Law, West, Brown, Huntley, Innovative Energy, Timberline Disposal
HC3’s largest fundraiser of the year includes a beer tasting with 6 local breweries breweries – Angry James, Baker’s Brewery, Broken Compass, Dillon Dam Brewery, HighSide Brewing and Pug Ryan’s – plus, wine from Antler’s Liquor & Wine Cellar. The Tim McClure Benefit also includes one of the largest silent auctions in the county, music from Ms. Amy and the Jet Set, and live entertainment with the EveryBelly Dancers. Click to learn more about the Tim McClure Benefit.
Held in memory of Tim McClure, a conservation pioneer who began Summit’s first recycling program back in 1976, the benefit honors his legacy and supports the HC3 programs that continue his vision. The event also recognizes the conservation efforts of community members and businesses with the presentation of the Green Scene Awards. It takes place thanks to generous in-kind donations from Vail Resorts’ EpicPromise.