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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

For the second year, the town of Frisco is participating in a candy give back program. Children are invited to donate some of their Halloween candy after selecting their favorites to keep. Stork & Bear Co. is partnering with the Frisco/Copper Information Center (300 Main St.), Frisco Elementary and Summit County Preschool as drop off points for donated candy from Nov. 1 - 8. This candy will then be donated to a veterans/active military organization, Operation Gratitude, so that it will be enjoyed by both active duty service members and veterans. Participants are asked to only donate fresh Halloween candy and not candy from other holidays earlier in the year. At the Frisco/Copper Information Center and Stork and Bear Co., each child will be given a small gift for any donated candy. For more information, please call 970-668-5937.
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