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Donations continue to roll in for community playground

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Leonard Miller, Price Lions Club bulletin chairman hands Susan Polster, one of the principals in initiating the construction of the Dino-Mine Adventure Park, a check for $5,000. Other Lions Club members are Charlie Bezyack, secretary, Barry P. Cook, projects chairman and Bill Engle, the Lions Club president. Jeanne McEvoy, who is standing at the end of the line, said that this contribution helps put the project into an advance phase and that construction will begin Sept. 11.

Jim Weaver presents Jeanne McEvoy with a check for $10,000 from ConocoPhillips. Donations for the park were handled by Carbon County Economic Development, headed by Delynn Fielding, who said that thousands of dollars in unsolicited donations arrive at his office each week.

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