Briefs for 9-20
Tread of Pioneers Museum seeking nominations
The Tread of Pioneers Museum is seeking nominations for the annual Leckenby and Larson awards. The awards will be presented by the museum at a special awards dinner in October.
The Leckenby Pioneer Award is given to a living pioneer in Routt County. The nominee must have a total of 30 years residency in Routt County. The recipient must be involved with the community; responsive to community needs; and contributing to the future. He or she also must be a representative of the history of the community as well as an inspiration to the county’s youths.
The Stanley L. Larson Award is bestowed on someone who has made a major contribution to Routt County while living here, and has since passed away.
Nominations may be submitted to the Tread of Pioneers Museum at 8th and Oak streets, P.O. Box 772372, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477. Submissions may be faxed to 879-6109 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call Candice Lombardo, museum director, at 879-2214. Deadline for nominations is Oct. 6.
Division of Wildlife seeks people who want meat
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is taking names for big game meat donation. Interested recipients must be able to accept the entire animal unprocessed. Call 871-2870 and leave your name and phone contacts.
Yampavalley.info needs volunteers to help site
Yampavalley.info is seeking volunteers to oversee major sections of the Web site. Yampavalley.info officials are looking for center managers for the Arts & Culture, Communications, Employment, History, Natural Resources & Environment, and Religion sections of the site. Center managers maintain links, add new information, answer online questions and serve as expert resources for information about the community. Interested people can call Alysa Selby at 879-0240, ext. 305, or e-mail email@example.com.
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