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Summit County Pre-school barn dance kicks off May 3

FRISCO – The Summit County Pre-school will hold its 14th annual Barn Dance from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 3 at the Summit County Community and Senior Center near Frisco.

The event will have a Wild West Barn theme, complete with county western guitar, boot-scootin’ music, cowboy roundup games, a silent auction and enough western vittles to feed a large hometown crowd.



The Barn Dance, a locals’ favorite, is a benefit for the Summit County Preschool, located on Main Street in Frisco.

Summit County Pre-school has been providing child care in Summit County for 28 years.



Robert F. Lau of LPL Financial will play host to the event.

Sponsored by local businesses, the Barn Dance is a fun-filled family event. There will be a number of cowboy roundup games, sack races for the children and a kiddie corral with wild bucking bronco rocking horses for the little buckaroos in your family. Weather permitting, pony rides and a petting area will be offered.

There will be a special Mother’s Day area where children can make or purchase a gift.

A silent auction includes a Copper Mountain season ski pass, lunch at the Sunshine Cafe, dinner at the Hearthstone, a plush green chair from Mountain Comfort Furnishings, decorations for the home and gift certificates galore.

The Summit Country Dance group will be performing as well as giving dancing lessons. Students also will sing and perform a little play.

Tickets can be purchased at the door: $8 for adults (includes all games), $5 for 3-12 and free for under 2. Ticket prices include lunch of hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad and coleslaw, other side dishes, drinks and desserts.

For more information, call the preschool at (970) 668-5508.

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Highway 6, water issues to be addressed at Keystone meeting Friday

KEYSTONE – The Keystone Citizens League, a 240-member civic action group, will hold its quarterly membership meeting at 6 p.m. Friday at the Keystone Center, 1628 Sts. John Road.

James Van Dyne, a project engineer with the Colorado Department of Transportation, will describe the work planned for Highway 6 to grind up the existing pavement and put down new asphalt from Swan Mountain Road to Arapahoe Basin.

Scott Hummer, state water commissioner for the Blue River drainage, will talk about how recent heavy snows have not eliminated drought conditions.

John Pringle, a Keystone resident and a realtor, will assess the current state of the real estate market. The group also will organize for the Keystone Citizens League-sponsored Keystone Clean Up Day May 17.

The public is invited to the meeting. For more information, call Follett at (970) 262-1038.


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