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Steamboat Briefs for Dec. 18

West Slope FM off the air as it works to adjust dish

Steamboat Springs — The West Slope FM committee reports that classical music station WWFM in Steamboat Springs has been off the air for about a week as it works to adjust its satellite dish on Mount Werner to pick up a new signal. Jan Vail said the source of the satellite signal, Mercer College in Trenton, N.J., recently shifted its outgoing signal to a different satellite, which is expected to send a stronger signal. The local dish will be oriented to the new satellite as soon as possible. — The West Slope FM committee reports that classical music station WWFM in Steamboat Springs has been off the air for about a week as it works to adjust its satellite dish on Mount Werner to pick up a new signal. Jan Vail said the source of the satellite signal, Mercer College in Trenton, N.J., recently shifted its outgoing signal to a different satellite, which is expected to send a stronger signal. The local dish will be oriented to the new satellite as soon as possible.

— The West Slope FM committee reports that classical music station WWFM in Steamboat Springs has been off the air for about a week as it works to adjust its satellite dish on Mount Werner to pick up a new signal. Jan Vail said the source of the satellite signal, Mercer College in Trenton, N.J., recently shifted its outgoing signal to a different satellite, which is expected to send a stronger signal. The local dish will be oriented to the new satellite as soon as possible.

Art Museum presents E.W. Gollings art exhibit

The Steamboat Art Museum presents the E.W. (Bill) Gollings exhibit through April 13, 2008. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The museum is at 807 Lincoln Ave. Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for students and $10 per family. Entry is free to members. Call 870-1755.

Secret Shoppers sought for Main Street program

Main Street Steamboat Springs is recruiting shoppers for its Secret Shopper program. Shoppers will be compensated $25 per shop in Main Street Downtown Dollars for two to three hours of work, including time spent shopping or dining plus some compensation for meals. Shoppers will be asked to prepare in advance and then complete a questionnaire and write-up of the shopping/dining experience within 24 hours of the shop. If you have an eye toward detail and customer service and like to shop and/or eat, contact Kim Dye at 218-3100 or kimdye@frii.com. This is an opportunity to earn a little extra spending money and make a contribution to local downtown businesses.

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