Historical Society needs permanent fire truck storage | SummitDaily.com

Historical Society needs permanent fire truck storage


The Summit Historical Society needs help collecting memories and stories to fill a book about the history of Dillon’s oldest fire truck.Two of the society’s members have been restoring the 1942 Sterling Howe truck since mid-March and have it in working order, but efforts will be continuing.The society recently received an $8,000 grant for continued restoration efforts, maintenance and storage. It’s also looking for a permanent place to store the truck. The truck is 23.5 feet long, 8 feet tall and 8 feet wide.If you can help with stories or have memories of the truck, want to contribute to the restoration effort, or have an idea about where the truck’s storage should be, call Jim McNaul at (970) 513-9480.

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