Briefs for Aug. 6, 2004
Women’s self-defense class from 9 to noon Aug. 28
A women’s self-defense seminar will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 28 in the Hayden High School wrestling room. The cost is $32. Class size is limited to 20. To register or for more information, call instructor J.D. Paul at 276-7242.
Senior Summer Picnic
at Hayden Town Park
The second annual Senior Summer Picnic will be held at noon Aug. 21 at Hayden Town Park pavilion after the Routt County Fair parade. Sign up by Aug. 17 by calling Lindsay at 276-3741. Entertainment will be provided by Loretta Earle. The event is sponsored by town of Hayden Recreation and The Haven.
Defensive driving class offered for students
An Alive-at-25 defensive driving class will be offered Aug. 16 to 25 for Steamboat Springs High School students who wish to purchase on-campus parking permits. Applications and a list of class dates and times can be picked up at the Steamboat Springs High School office.
Parents Night Out will benefit the 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kim Lambart at 291-9124.
Registration under way
for youth football program
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. 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.
RDOGS has scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 18
RDOGS stands for Responsible Dog Ownership Group of Steamboat, and was formed out of a strong response to recent renewed enforcement of the leash laws on trails and parks in Steamboat. The group has scheduled a meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 18 in Centennial Hall, Room 113.
RDOGS is committed to researching and implementing off-leash areas in a select few places in and around town and is seeking volunteers and new members. Volunteers may be asked to help with online research, formulating guidelines and criteria for success, fund raising and talking with people about our program. E-mail questions to email@example.com or call chairwoman Sarah Katherman at 879-4939.
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