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Briefs: Aug. 29

Youth hockey registration open for boys and girls

Youth hockey registration open for boys and girls

Registration for Steamboat Youth Hockey has begun for boys and girls ages 6 through 18. Pre-season registration discounts as well as scholarships are being offered through Sept. 11. Register online at http://www.steamboatyouthhockey.com. For more information, call 871-0063.

Agriculture alliance to host Cayuse Classic



The Community Agriculture Alliance is hosting the Cayuse Classic Sunday at Sidney Peak Ranch. The day will start with three different horse events: Cross Country Pair Pace, Gymkhana and Dressage, plus a trail ride led by local historians. A barbecue dinner, entertainment and benefit auction will follow. You may purchase tickets for the horse events and barbecue dinner or you may purchase tickets to the dinner and auction only. For more information and tickets call 879-4370. Proceeds will benefit the Community Agriculture Alliance.

Six-week pottery classes begin next week



Trigg Gerber is teaching a six-week pottery class focusing on creativity, handbuilding and surface decoration. Class is offered on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Classes begin Sept. 6 and Sept. 7. Beginners are welcome. To register call 846-9772.

Local veterans encouraged to apply for VA health

The Routt County Veterans Affairs Office is encouraging local vets to apply for the VA health system. Local veterans affairs officers Michael Condie said a community-based outpatient clinic for vets could be built in Craig if sufficient use is proven.

To sign up for the VA health system, stop by the Veterans Workforce offices in the Sundance at Fish Creek shopping center in Steamboat Springs or the location in Craig. Call 879-5489 or 824-3246.


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