Briefs for Aug. 2
City starting 2004 paving projects Tuesday in town
Roadwork on Central Park Drive and Mount Werner Circle is expected to delay traffic.
The city is staring its 2004 paving projects Tuesday, City Public Information Officer Lauren Mooney said.
Streets scheduled to be repaved are Central Park Drive from Mount Werner Road to Pine Grove Road, Mount Werner Circle and AprÃs Ski Way from Longthong Road to Alpenglow Way.
Parents Night Out funds go toward Horizons Home
A Parents Night Out will be offered from 6 to 10 p.m. Aug. 13 at Christian Heritage School as a fund-raiser for the Horizons Home.
The cost of the Parents Night Out, which is for children 3 to 12, is $20 for the first child and $5 for each additional child. The funds raised will go toward the purchase of an elevator at the home that can be used to accommodate clients such as Jon Allee.
Contact Chris Teeters, youth pastor at Euzoa Bible Church, at email@example.com or call Kim Lambart at 291-9124.
Hunter education class
at CMC starts Tuesday
Colorado Mountain College offers a hunter education class this week in Bogue Hall, Room 300. The class is Tuesday through Saturday and is required for all hunters born after Jan 1, 1949. Participants must be at least 9 years old to participate. Attendance in all class sessions is required. The cost is $10. Call 870-4444 to enroll.
Registration under way for youth football programs
The city of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registrations for youth football on a first-come, first-served basis.
The program is for children in third through sixth grades and will run from late August through mid-October. Children entering third and fourth grades play NFL flag while those in fifth and sixth grades play tackle. The NFL flag program has a $45 registration fee, and tackle registration fee is $65. Stop by Parks and Recreation to complete a registration form or call 879-4300.
Reel read Passes need
to be turned in by Aug. 13
Participants should remember to turn in their completed Reel read Passes to the Bud Werner Memorial Library by Aug. 13 to claim a $10 gift certificate to Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, the Potter’s Wheel or Silver Lining.
All completed passes will be entered in the grand prize drawing for a $50 gift certificate to the Steamboat Chamber of Commerce, donated by the Wells Fargo Bank. Call the library at 879-0240, ext. 312.
Ore House Tournament and Auction this weekend
The Steamboat Tennis Association sponsors its annual Ore House Tournament and Auction from Friday to Sunday. A silent auction will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Tennis Center, and a live auction will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Ore House. Proceeds benefit STA, high school and junior development teams.
Art On The Mountain in Gondola Square on Sept. 11
The Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. is hosting the third annual Art On The Mountain in Gondola Square. The remaining date is Sept. 11. Anyone interested in participating may call 871-5382.
Drop-in reading program at Soda Creek ending
A drop-in summer reading program for elementary students is from 9:30 a.m. to noon and 4:45 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at Soda Creek Elementary.
for Art Car Stampede
Art Cars are sought to join the second annual Steamboat Art Car Stampede, which will be held Thursday to Saturday. Cash prizes, parties and gas allowances are offered. Call Lynne Masters at 870-6323 or visit http://www.steamboatspringsarts.com.
Free ultrasounds offered to pregnant women
Planned Parenthood is offering free ultrasounds for pregnant women. Call 879-2212.
Young Life Golf Tourney
at Sheraton on Aug. 28
Entries are being accepted for the Steamboat Young Life Golf Tourney, which begins at 12:30 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Sheraton Golf Club. The 18-hole, four-player scramble is a best-ball event. The entry fee is $125 a player and covers green fees, lunch, cart and gifts. All proceeds benefit Young Life. Call 871-4822 for an entry form.
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