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Photos: Synagogue of the Summit congregation completes service work for area nonprofits as part of Mitzvah Day

The Synagogue of the Summit congregation completed its annual Mitzvah Day community service projects Sunday, July 14, across Summit County. Volunteers worked at the Blue River Horse Center in Silverthorne, Advocates for Victims of Assault in Dillon and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco in addition to completing trail work in Breckenridge.

Volunteers complete maintenance and repair projects at Blue River Horse Center in Silverthorne.
Jonathan Knopf / Summit Daily reader
Volunteers spruce up the grounds at the Advocates for Victims of Assault safe house in Dillon.
Jonathan Knopf / Summit Daily reader
Volunteers plant a prayer garden outside the chapel and another garden near the lunch area at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco.
Jonathan Knopf / Summit Daily reader
Volunteers work alongside Friends of the Dillon Ranger District to repair a trail in Breckenridge.
Jonathan Knopf / Summit Daily reader

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