Steamboat briefs for July 18
July 18, 2007
Bradford Legal Forms available online
The Bud Werner Memorial Library has restored its online access to Bradford Legal Forms. Bradford Publishing provides more than 1,000 up-to-date, professional legal forms. Unlike generic forms found on other Web sites, all Bradford forms are specific to Colorado law. The forms are easy to fill out and can be printed on standard paper. The database also provides many legal guides that can be read online. Library card holders can access this resource from home or from inside the library by visiting http://www.steamboatlibrary.org/refconsumerinfo.html. For more information, contact Alysa Selby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 879-0240, ext. 305.
Students graduate from Stanford University
Jordan Erich Shackelford, son of Belinda Hart of Steamboat Springs and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Shackelford of Semora, N.C., graduated from Stanford University with a master’s degree in environmental engineering. Jordan was awarded a fellowship and began his six-month internship with Winrock International on July 1 in Washington, D.C.
Emerald City Opera looking for volunteers
The Emerald City Opera needs volunteers for its 2007 season. Opportunities for short-term volunteering and longer-term commitments are available. Volunteers are needed in August to help with party planning, production ushering, costuming, concessions and more. Our production dates are Aug. 17 and 19. Volunteers also are invited to help in an ongoing capacity with administrative tasks in our downtown office, to help with the children’s opera troupe and to help plan events and meetings for Guild members. If you would like to get involved, call 879-4744 or e-mail email@example.com. Emerald City Opera also is looking for donated housing for world-class artists coming to perform “Madama Butterfly” from Aug. 8 to Aug. 20. Call 846-7547.
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