This segment features news and happenings in the Krystal 93 listening area. Join us on Thursday, right after the 10:00 a.m. Associated Press Newscast. Future Krystal Conversations include:
03/06 - Kevin Berg - High Country Conservation Center - Energy Smart program.
03/13 - Kathy Reed - Court Appointed Special Advocates - Magic in the Mountains fundraiser.
03/20 - T.J. Dufresne - Connect for Health Colorado - Sign up deadline for health insurance.
03/27 - Rob Rumril - SOS Outreach - Serving at risk youth.
04/03 - OPEN
05/22 - Asa Armstrong - Legacy Forest Campaign - Tree planting & an evening of laughter comedy show.
Past Krystal Conversations
Summit Community Care Clinic
Candy Emerson - The 7th Annual Soup for the Soul, Bread for the Clinic fundraiser. (this aired on 02/27)
Summit Combined Housing Authority
Jennifer Kermode - Summit Combined Housing Authority - updates to affordable/attainable housing in Summit County. (this aired on 02/20/14)
Future of the Harris Street building
Thomas Davidson, Summit County Commissioner and Brian Edney stops by to chat about the old school house in Breckenridge, and the future plans for this Harris Street building, which is now to be the Grand Vacations Community Center. (this aired on 2/13/14)
Tubbs Romp to Stomp
Joan Davids and Claudine Nordeen are in to chat about the annual Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer event in Frisco. (This originally aired 2/06/14)
Dr. Adam Loomis/High country Health Care
Pediatrician Doctor Adam Loomis talks about children's health, and expectant mothers and their health.
(This originally aired on 1/30/14)
Summit County Commissioners
Thomas Davidson, Dan Gibbs and Karn Stiegelmeier stop by to chat about the previous year and current year issues and projects. (This aired on 1/23/14)
Mao Thompson and Katrina Schaber of Team Summit stop by to chat about what Team Summit does and Katrina's competition at Copper Mountain and her trip to the Olympics. (this aired 1/16/14)
NorthWest Colorado Center For Independence
Ian Engle, the Executive Director stops by to talk about accessibility issues in the state and general education regarding people with disabilities. (this aired on 1/09/14)
Wild N' Scenic Film Festival
Cassidy Callahan, the Programs Coordinator for High Country Conversation Center and Leigh Girvin, from the Continental Divide Land Trust stop by to let us know about the film festival that benefits both organizations. (this aired on 1/02/14)
CDOT Road Work Update
Jim Bemelin and Angie Drumm stop by to update us on the Twin Tunnels project as well as future projects that may affect us. (this aired on 12/26/13)
Beatles Tribute Concert to Benefit Domus Pacis
Duck White-Petteruti from Domus Pacis stops by to talk about the fundraising concert at the Riverwalk Center on Saturday, December 28th. This originally aired on 12/19/13.
SIBA'S Summit Unchained
Corry Mihm from the Summit Independent Business Alliance stops by to talk about Summit Unchained. (this aired on 12/12/13)
Connect for Health Colorado
T J Dufresne, the HUB Coordinator for the Northwest Region Connect for Health Colorado comes in to update us about the Connect for Health Colorado website. (this aired on 12/05/13)
Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment
Scott Brockmeier, John Reller, Hunter Mortenson & RECO, the rescue dog stop by to chat about what CRAD does and their upcoming fundraiser. (this aired on 11/28/13)
Summit County Cares Fundraiser
Tamara and Rob from the FIRC stop by to talk about the annual Summit County Cares fundraiser to benefit the needy.
(this aired on 11/21/13)
The Annual Adopt-an-Angel program
Officer Misty Higby and Detective Teresa Barger are in talking about the Annual Adopt-an-Angel program.
(This aired on 11/14/13)
Advocates for Victims of Assault fundraiser
Dawn Vranas chats about the wine dinner fundraiser for Advocates for Victims of Assault at the Wolf Rock Steakhouse in Keystone. (this aired on 11/07/13)
Frisco's Haunted House presented by Mountain Mentor Teens
Shawna Lane stops by to talk about Haunted house in Frisco built by Mountain Mentor teens. This aired on 10/31/13.
Howlaween Ball to benefit 4 Animal Non-Profits
Candy Emerson swings by to chat about the Howlaween Ball to benefit Far View Horse Rescue, L.A.P.S., Animal Rescue of the Rockies and Swan Center Outreach. This aired on 10/24/13
Health Insurance Exchange
Rob Murphy and Jenny Abbott from the FIRC are in to chat about the new National Insurance Marketplace Exchange in Colorado and what to expect from it as a place to shop for private insurance, which will be mandatory starting in January. (This aired on 10/17/13)
30th Annual Wine in the Pines
Mike Smith comes by to talk about the 30th Annual Wine in the Pines fundraiser to benefit Ability Connection of Colorado (formerly CP of Colorado) This aired on 10/10/13
Dawn Vranas - Advocates for Victims of Assault
Dawn stops by to chat about National Domestic Violence Prevention Month and subswquent events/fundraisers planned. (this aired on 10/03/13)
6th Annual Dancing with the Mountain Stars
Ashley Prill, one of the participants in this year's Dancing with the Stars comes by to talk about the annual event to benefit St. Anthony Summit Medical Center. (aired on 09/26/13)
The "Bear Lady" talks about being Bear Aware
Gail Marshall, who we affectionately refer to as the "Bear Lady" stopped by to chat about being Bear Aware during this time of year when bears are going through hyperphagia, a time when bears bulk up on calories in preparation for the long hibernation. (this originally aired on 09/19/13)
D.A. Bruce Brown on the Krystal Conversation
The 5th Judicial District Attorney, Bruce Brown talks about the his new position, what he expected, what he didn't and what he expects going forward. (This originally aired on 9/12/13)
Bark For Life Benefit for the A.C.S.
TJ Johnson stopped by to chat about the Bark for Life event to benefit the American Cancer Society, the dogs and their owners. (this originally aired on 9/05/13)
Great Rubber Duck Race
Elisabeth lawrence stops by to talk about the Annual Great Rubber Duck Race to benefit the Summit Foundation. (This originally aired on 8/29/13)
Roots Retreat Festival
Dewey Paul and Sarah Vaine stop by to talk about the Inaugural Roots Retreat Festival with a portion of the proceeds going to The Summit Community Care Clinic. (this aired on 8/22/13)
CDLT's "Wild About Colorado Fundraiser"
Dave Bittner and Abby Brown stop by to chat about the "Wild About Colorado Art Festival" to benefit the Continental Divide Land Trust. (This aired on 8/15/13)
Krystal 93 BBQ at the Summit to benefit the Summit County Rotary
Betty Naftz from the Summit County Rotary Club stops by to talk about this year's event that includes more live music than ever before, the vendors, the car raffle, etc. (This originally aired on 08/08/13)
Circle the Summit Bike Ride
Leslie Aaholm and John Bowyer stop by to chat about the "Circle the Summit" bike ride on the 17th of August. Proceeds from this event are to enhance cycling opportunities in Summit County. (this aired on 8/01/13)
Dillon Open Regatta/Junior Sailing Program
Erik Dyce, the Vice Commodore of the Lake Dillon Yacht Club stops by to chat about The Dillon Open, North America's highest sailing regatta and the Junior Sailing program. Listen to find out how you can get up close to all the action!This Krystal Conversation originally aired on 7/25/13
MS hike at Copper Mountain
Nancy Stevens stops by to chat about the MS Hike at Copper Mountain to benefit MS Colorado. Breakfast, lunch and three different ability level hikes designed for young and old alike. Nancy, who has MS, and goes by the nickname, "Gimpy Limpy" even does the intermediate hike. She says "I always finish last, but I finish." This conversation originally aired 7/18/13.
Local Author talks about books now out
Summit County resident and local author, Mike Hawkins, talks about his latest offering of self help books. It's a series of six books that is sure to help anyone who desires to help themselves on a personal level as well as helping coach leaders to coach and lead others. This conversation originally aired on 7/11/13.
CDOT's share the road program
Betsy Jacobsen from the Colorado Department of Transportation chats about how important it is for all of us to "Share the Road" - whether driving a motor vehicle, riding a bicycle or just walking. Betsy offers tips to us all on how to make our experience less frustrating and friendlier. This conversation aired on 7/04/13