Rotary hands out $9,500 |

Rotary hands out $9,500

SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Rotary announced this week that it awarded $9,500 to local projects through the last fiscal year, which ended June 30.

The Summit County Rotary philanthropic committee holds fundraising events throughout the year to benefit charities, student scholarships and international projects. Some events were the ice-melt contest, Frisco’s barbecue challenge and the Corvette raffle.

The projects funded this year were Summit County Arts, Summit Singers, League for Animals and People of the Summit, Keystone Center, Summit County Community Care Clinic, Summit County School District’s slogan contest, Baby Bundle Project, People to People Student Ambassadors, CASA of the Continental Divide, Blue River Restoration Project, Tame Foundation, Presidential Classroom Program, Summit Education Celebration, Silverthorne’s RIDES/Safe Summer Kick Off, Colorado Mountain College First Ascent Youth Leadership, Lake Dillon Foundation for the Performing Arts and Summit Habitat for the Humanity.

Summit County Rotary reviews applications for funding on a quarterly basis. Visit the Web site at for application forms and more information.

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