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Kudos & Kindness

Vail gives back to community

With the funds provided by Vail Resort’s EpicPromise Grant Program, Heavenly Mountain and Kirkwood Resorts sponsored its 12th Bread & Broth “Adopt A Day of Nourishment” for the year 2014 on Dec. 8. Attending the evening as sponsor crew volunteers were team members from Heavenly Mountain Resort’s Ski and Ride School.

Volunteering at her second B&B dinner was Leslie Amato, day care center manager, who “loves volunteering and finds it to be a wonderful experience.” It was the first time volunteering for the rest of the Ski and Ride School members Amy Rice, office manager; Michelle Peterlin, assistant day care manager; Rachel Georgieva, training manager and Jack Pippin, general manager. “We all feel very fortunate to work for a company like Vail Resorts, that so strongly promotes giving back to the community”, was the collective response from the team of their role in helping the B&B volunteers serve those who enjoyed the night’s dinner.

Taking the opportunity to help folks in need is a wonderful way to give back and change lives. According to the letter send to EpicPromise recipients, “Heavenly and Kirkwood Mountain Resorts are committed to working with non-profits who make a positive impact for those who call the South Lake Tahoe area home.” Bread & Broth would like to thank Vail Resorts for their generous contribution to our program and the dedication of their employees in volunteering at Heavenly/Kirkwood sponsorship evenings.

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