Dream Project

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5Point Adventure Film Festival Dream Project

Every year at the Flagship Festival, seven students from the Roaring Fork Valley who exemplify 5Point’s guiding principles are awarded scholarships and a chance to explore their personal boundaries while living their own best adventure. All that is required is that they are prepared to learn, are striving to have a positive impact on a community, and are ready to have an incredible adventure.

Past Dream Projects

  • Hosting a valley-wide LGTBQ dance
  • Building a skatepark on Navajo reservation
  • Studying to be an equestrian therapist
  • Helping victims of drug violence in Brazil
  • Collecting school supplies for children in Kenya
  • Creating a school film club

Congratulations to our 2019 Recipients!

Live Your Dream!

Meet the Recipients

Ella Beck

Ella Beck is a senior at Colorado Rocky Mountain School. Ella will be using her Dream Project funding to travel to rural Nepal, where she will be working with the Oda Foundation’s Women’s Empowerment Team. Her focus will be on breaking down the stigmas surrounding menstruation in poor, rural communities by helping distribute sanitary products.

Isaac Musselman

Isaac Musselman’s passion is aeronautics, and as a sophomore at Basalt High School, he will educate and inspire others by creating an aviation and space club, which will include work with drones and rockets, guest speakers and astronomy nights, among other things. In addition, he will work to bring an aviation curriculum into the Roaring Fork School system.

Beverly Patton

Beverly Patton attends Roaring Fork High School and is in her junior year. She discovered her passion for writing and poetry when Aspen Words poets visited her school, and she learned a powerful new way to express her voice. Her dream is to share her love of poetry by teaching a weekly, semester-long poetry class to local middle school students.

Emily Northrup

A senior at Basalt High School, Emily Northrup will be using her Dream Project funding to purchase her own cello which will allow her to pursue her dream of becoming a music educator when she attends Brigham Young University in the fall.

Molly Hancock

Molly Hancock is in her junior year at Glenwood Springs High School. For her project, she will be channeling her love of horses into creating a documentary about the Riding Institute for Disabled Equestrians (R.I.D.E), an equine therapy program for developmentally and physically disabled children and adults.

Carla Soto

A junior at Basalt High School, Carla Soto cares deeply about immigration and art. For her Dream Project, she will be traveling to El Paso, Texas, where she’ll use her passion for photography to bring awareness to immigration issues arising from current border policies.

Eli Li, Chloe Gonzalez and Sarah Teague

Three students, Eli Li, Chloe Gonzalez, and Sarah Teague made history by applying for their Dream Project jointly. This dynamic force will be headed to Denver to work with Urban Peak, an organization serving homeless youth. In addition, they will be investigating what legislators are doing to address the issues of homelessness and extreme poverty in the United States.

Dream Project Jury Members
Karen Cox –  Outdoor enthusiast, classic Ford Bronco restorer, retired USAF helicopter pilot
Lauren McCormick – Mom of two, dabbler in senseless fun and enjoyer of deliciousness
Stephanie Bergner – Mother of the Enormobaby, Attorney extraordinaire
Luis Yllanes – Museum professional, KDNK DJ & Town Trustee
Jeff Colt – Trail runner, Tele skier, Maid of Honor, Buffy enthusiast

Dream Project Director:
Tracy Wilson

Dream Project Volunteer Manager: Randall Lavelle








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