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Frisco invites the community to inaugural Town Party Saturday

FRISCO – The Town of Frisco is excited to bring the community together for its inaugural Town Party.

Welcome in the summer and reunite with neighbors at a concert for the public. Live entertainment from Colorado bluegrass band “Cottonwood Acoustic” will have you tapping your toes on a great day to be a local in Frisco.

The party starts at 2 p.m. Saturday after Countywide Clean Up Day at Walter Byron Park.

Town Manager, Michael Penny said: “Council wanted to combine clean-up day with state of the town and create a day of community celebration. We are excited to see our neighbors come together, share stories and welcome in spring.”

Backcountry Brewery will also be on hand to serve up affordable lunch time baskets, beer and beverages. From ribs to burgers, it will be a great day for a picnic in the park.

Frisco’s Town Council and staff will be on hand to answer questions about the 2009 Community Scorecard. Mayor Bill Pelham will be hosting the event with great raffle prizes and giveaways from our local merchants. So, pack up the kids, the dogs on leash, hula hoops and park games; and join us in celebrating Frisco.

We encourage you to volunteer for Clean Up Day and make a day of it. Clean Up volunteer registration starts at 9:00 am at Walter Byron Park. Registered volunteers will receive complimentary lunch and beverages served up by your Town Council at noon.

For more information, call (970) 668-5547 or visit http://www.townoffrisco.com.

– Daily News staff report


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