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Welcome to Community Notes, where the Summit Daily offers a brief wrapup of happenings in and around Summit County. If you would like something mentioned in this space, send a description to calendar@summitdaily.com or fax (970) 668-0755.

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Summit Middle School racers fill up junior division



IDAHO SPRINGS – On May 10, five Summit Middle School students made up the entire junior division at the Battle of the Bear Mountain Bike Challenge mountain cross race held in Idaho Springs. The race – a downhill that pitted riders head-to-head on a jump- and berm-filled course – was part of the Mountain States Cup race series. The Summit participants were T.J. Fisker, Daniel Headley, Zak Herway, Barton Lamarre and Grant Savage.

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Volunteers needed to maintain natural trails and open space

SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County government’s Open Space and Trails Department is seeking community-minded individuals or groups interested in volunteering to maintain and monitor natural-surface trails and open-space properties in Summit County.

The County’s Adopt-a-Trail/Open Space program will kick off the 2003 season with a volunteer barbecue and orientation at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 20, at the Frisco Nordic Center. For more information on the program and to sign up, contact the Open Space and Trails Department: (970) 668-4060 or via e-mail to Karenr@co.summit.co.us.

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Local students earn UNC degrees

GREELEY – The following local students received undergraduate degrees at the University of Northern Colorado’s spring commencement May 10. The list is tentative and must be approved by the university’s Board of Trustees.

The students, degrees, hometowns, areas of study and honors (where applicable) are:

– Cooper, Amanda, M., BA, Frisco, Theatre Arts

– Dokken, Luke, E., BA, Frisco, Theatre Arts

– Edson, Nicole, L., BA, Dillon, Visual Arts

– Johnson, Joshua G., BA, Breckenridge, Musical Theatre


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