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Summit Historical Society debuts history hunt

Summit Historical Society launched its history hunt booklet at the Dillon Farmers Market this month. For $5, people can read a guide for 10 sites around Summit County to have fun exploring the region’s past.

Those who visit the sites and answer related questions can return the booklet for a prize.

The farmers market is held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fridays on Lodgepole Street. Books are also available at the 1883 Dillon School House, 403 LaBonte Drive, Dillon, and online at SummitHistorical.org.

The Summit Historical Society history hunt booklets are now available. For $5, people can read a guide for 10 sites around Summit County to have fun exploring the region’s past.
Summit Historical Society/Courtesy photo

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