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Custom children’s playhouses on display in Dillon to raise money for affordable housing

DILLON — Five playhouses built by local builders will be on display near Lake Dillon for children to explore from June 28 to Aug. 9. The houses are part of the Playhouse Project, a public art exhibit and fundraising effort hosted by the town of Dillon, presented by the Summit Association of Realtors and produced by the Summit Daily News.

A ribbon cutting for the Playhouse Project is at 11 a.m. on Friday at Marina Park in Dillon. Snacks and drinks will be provided for children.

After being on display for six weeks, the playhouses will be sold at an online auction with the proceeds benefiting the Family and Intercultural Resource Center’s affordable housing programs.

The playhouses were built and donated by Habitat for Humanity, PCL Construction, MW Golden Constructors, Campbell Construction and Action Builder.

Learn about the project, bid on a house or vote for your favorite at PlayhouseProjects.org.


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