Summit Historical Society says thanks |

Summit Historical Society says thanks

The Summit Historical Society thanks Doug Pierce and Julie Willing of the Arapahoe Cafe and Bonnie Q BBQ Catering Co. for hosting the Boarding House Bash, a fundraiser for the society. Doug and Julie created a theme dinner centered around what the miners in the late 1800s would have eaten. I guarantee no miner ate like that, the food was amazing. Also thank you to Rick Hague local mining expert on his presentation of the life of a miner. Our community is so fortunate to have people like Doug, Julie and Rick who donate their time and talents in support our our nonprofit organizations.

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