Summit Recycling, community need stolen grill back |

Summit Recycling, community need stolen grill back

Carly Wier, executive director, Summit Recycling Project

I write to ask the public’s help in finding a pancake grill that was stolen from Summit Recycling Project’s (SRP) Frisco Drop-off Center July 21.

SRP borrowed this large pancake grill from the Summit Lake Dillon Optimist Club for a pancake breakfast fundraiser at the Mountain Community Fair.

This grill also is used at a variety of Summit County nonprofit fundraisers throughout the year, including the Lake Dillon Fire Department’s Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast.

Please call SRP at (970) 668-5703 with any information. A reward has been offered for the return of the grill. And as a reminder, the recycling drop-off centers are public places, but tools, equipment and other items are not public property.

Please respect SRP property and ask before you remove any item.

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