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Winners of 4-H competitions

SUMMIT COUNTY – Silverthorne’s Mountain Community Fair officials have announced the winners of the

4-H project exhibits and horse show last week.

– Leathercraft



Martha Bartell, junior champion

Ashley Longhill, junior reserve champion



Emily Bartell, intermediate champion

Kaley Alie, intermediate reserve champion

– Quilting

Eliza Post, junior champion

Stephanie Walters, junior reserve champion

Angie Elliot, intermediate champion

Sunnie Elliot, intermediate reserve champion

– Ceramics

Kristina Liu, intermediate champion

Angela Simon, intermediate reserve champion

– Cake decorating

Kaley Alie, senior reserve champion

Angie Elliot, intermediate reserve champion

– Rocketry

Henry Hunsinger, junior reserve champion

– 4-H horse show

Halley Armstrong, junior high point

Jenna Cobb, junior reserve high point

Ally Faulkner, intermediate high point

Sarah Siegel, intermediate reserve high point

Keeley Michener, senior high point

Jamie Faulkner, senior reserve high point

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County provides money to help fight weeds

SUMMIT COUNTY – The Summit County Noxious Weed Program has $10,000 to distribute as matching funds to people who want to eradicate noxious weeds on their property.

Noxious weeds are non-native weeds that, because they have no natural predators, take over the land by edging out native plants.

The program will grant qualifying property owners up to $500 to buy products or cover grazing or mowing costs.

Applicants must submit an application with a weed management plan and detailed map. Those who have weeds on their property that are listed on Summit County’s highest priority list will have precedence over people with less-noxious weeds.

Summit County’s highest priority weeds are leafy spurge, Russian knapweed, plumeless thistle, houndstongue, spotted knapweed, diffuse knapweed, dalmation toadflax, hoary crest, perennial pepperweed and common tansy.

Noxious weed officials can help property owners create a weed management plan.

For more information, contact Lisa Taylor at (970) 668-4218.

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Let’s get beachy at July’s mixer

To finish up the Summit Chamber of Commerce’s Keeping in Touch Day, join WestStar Bank in Dillon 5:30-7:30 p.m. July 31 for a beach-themed mixer.

Sample food and drink from the Dillon Dam Brewery and Lake Dillon Liquors while getting to know folks from Summit County. Admission is a $5 donation for members, $10 for nonmembers.

For information call (970) 668-2051. All Summit Chamber Mixers are sponsored by the Summit Daily News, Krystal 93, KSMT, the Summit Independent and Quality Quick Print.


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