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Rotary Ice Melt computer goes in the vault

The Rotary Club of Summit County Ice Melt Contest computer is in a safe deposit box at Wells Fargo Bank. The computer holds the winning number 0-59 that will determine if the $100,000 prize is to be awarded for the 26th Annual Ice Melt Contest. For $5 the contestants pick the date and time when the Ice Melt Device falls through the ice on Lake Dillon. The seconds on the winner’s ticket will then be used as the entry number for the computer. The ticket with the closest date and time will win $2,000 and then have a chance to win $100,000. If the seconds on the ticket match the predetermined number in the computer, the contestant wins $100,000.

Enter online at http://www.DillonIceMelt.com. Tickets may also be purchased from any Rotarian . Hurry, the ice is melting. Entry deadline is April 24.


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