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Area briefs for May 8

SSHS freshmen host environmental open house

Steamboat Springs High School freshmen invite anyone interested in environmental issues to come to an open house in the high school commons from 4 to 6 p.m. today. Students have taken an interdisciplinary approach to the current and future state of the world, focusing primarily on the environment and what will happen in the future. All are welcome.

Register for Yampatika’s summer programs



Enrollment is open for Yampatika’s summer programs for children ages 3 to 11. Register your child online at http://www.yampatika.org or call 871-9151. Yampatika also offers programs for families and adults.

HPV virus available for girls ages 9 to 18



The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is now available through the Colorado Vaccines for Children program for eligible girls ages 9 to 18. The vaccine protects against four major types of HPV, including the types that cause about 70 percent of cervical cancer cases and 90 percent of genital warts. HPV is spread through sexual contact. Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association provides vaccinations for children under age 19 years on a sliding scale of free to $14.50 a shot. No child will be refused a vaccine due to an inability to pay. Additionally, VNA can provide the vaccine to eligible low-income women ages 19 to 26 who have no insurance under Merck’s Patient Assistance Program. For more information, call the VNA at 879-1632.

Member enrollment open for Routt County 4-H

Membership enrollment is ongoing for Routt County 4-H. Routt County 4-H membership is open to any youth in Routt County. Participants must be between the ages of 5 and 18 as of Jan. 1. Stop by the Routt County Extension Service Office in the Courthouse Annex or call 879-0825.


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