Thanks to the Dillon Business Association |

Thanks to the Dillon Business Association

Barbara Davis, Mayor of Dillon

The Town of Dillon wants to thank the Dillon Business Association and all the members of our community for the outpouring of volunteer service that made the 2009 Lighting of Dillon so spectacular this year. The Dillon Business Association members including Pug Ryans, Kulas, Bootleggers, Alpine Bank, Arapahoe Cafe, Lit Foto, Starbucks Coffee, City Market, Little Flower Shop, Randall McKinnon, Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church and La Riva del Lago Mall all contributed their time, product or space for the event and assisted with baking cookies, preparing hotdogs, donating hot coffee, cider and cocoa, providing photos with Santa, assisting in Mrs. Claus toy workshop, and manning various activities during the event.

It is no wonder why living in a small town is so special – it is the “giving” to others joyfully that we have the privilege of experiencing here in Dillon and throughout Summit County! Thank you to everyone who contributed time and talent to this year’s Lighting of Dillon. We could not have done it without you!

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