Frisco Barbecue Challenge raises $30,928 |

Frisco Barbecue Challenge raises $30,928

FRISCO – The results are in: Frisco not only enjoys good barbecue, but also enjoys contributing to a worthy cause.The 12th annual Coors Colorado Barbecue Challenge held in Frisco last June raised a total of $30,928, to be divided between the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and the Summit County Restaurant Association (SCRA).The SCRA divided their share of $15,509 as follows: $5,000 to Summit High School Scholarship Fund, $5,000 to the Colorado Restaurant Association Education Fund (which provides scholarships to culinary students and funding for culinary programs), $3,000 to ProStart Education and $5,000 to the PTSAs at Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne and Summit middle and high schools.In addition, the Summit High ProStart group also raised another $1,577 from running soda booths during the event.The SCRA will give the funds to the Colorado Restaurant Association on Oct. 10-12, during their meeting at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. The funds raised for the local ProStart program will be presented at a special school district banquet, which has not yet been scheduled.Keely Brown can be contacted at (970) 668-3998, ext. 203, or at

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