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RSVP now for FOLBR’s annual meeting July 29; event will feature talk on wildfire preparedness

Summit Daily staff reports
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The deadline to RSVP for the Friends of the Lower Blue River’s annual meeting is Sunday, July 22.

The meeting will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 29, at Slate Creek Community Hall on Slate Creek Road off Highway 9, about 18 miles north of Silverthorne.

According to the group, Summit Fire & EMS Chief Jeff Berino and Bill Jackson, district ranger of the Dillon Ranger District, will offer a presentation on wildfire prevention and preparedness, and people can expect Randall McKinnon’s live music, a silent auction and lunch from the Mountain Lyon Café.

Friends of the Lower Blue River is a local nonprofit dedicated to local conservation efforts, and whose members include many property owners in Summit and Grand counties.

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To RSVP for the July 29 meeting, email friendsofthelowerblueriver@gmail.com. For more information about the group, go to FOLBR.org.


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