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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 tocalendar@summitdaily.com or fax (970) 668-0755.——–Kayak park ceremony set for June 6BRECKENRIDGE – Breckenridge officials will hold the opening ceremony for the second phase of the whitewater park June 6 with demonstrations highlighting the features in the new section.The first event scheduled is the Breckenridge River Fest on June 8 – or possibly June 6, if that will work logistically – and will include a freestyle event, a boater-x race and demonstrations. Additionally, Summit Kayak will host weekly demo sessions and two weekday rodeo competitions beginning at the end of May and running through June.———-Fundraiser to benefit Keystone Science School June 6KEYSTONE – Mi Casa Restaurant in Keystone will host the sixth annual fund-raiser to benefit Keystone Science School at 5 p.m. Friday, June 6. The evening includes a silent auction, Mexican buffet dinner and live music by The Kudzoos.Prize drawings include round-trip airfare packages from JetBlue and Frontier Airlines.Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger.Proceeds from the event will help provide funding for facility improvements on the Keystone Science School’s 23-acre campus and for science education programs.Founded in 1975 by Summit County resident Robert W. Craig, the Keystone Science School is a division of The Keystone Center, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Craig founded the school to ensure that present and future generations approach environmental and scientific dilemmas and disagreements creatively and proactively.———-Dillon contractor Brian Biebl named outstanding dealerDILLON – Dillon-based Arm & Hammer Construction Inc., a dealer for Precision Craft Log, was honored last month at the national Precision Craft Log sales convention.Dealers from around the country met at the company’s headquarters in Boise, Idaho for three days of training, sales reports and industry updates.Dillon’s Brian Biebl, president of Arm & Hammer Construction, was named the 2002 Outstanding Dealer.Biebl currently has three homes under construction in the area. In the last eight years, his company has built about 30 Precision Craft houses in Summit County.For more information, call Arm & Hammer Construction at (970) 468-8646.


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