Briefs for Dec. 11, 2003
Youth group selling Christmas trees at church
The United Methodist Church youth group is selling Christmas trees from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday at the church. Proceeds will support a youth mission trip to Puerto Rico in July.
Elk Mountain Lodge
members bell ringing
Members of Elk Mountain Lodge No. 118 are volunteering to assist the Salvation Army as bell-ringers this holiday season at City Market and Wal-Mart. More volunteers are needed; money raised stays in Routt County to support needy residents. Call Debbie at 879-8192 to volunteer.
The Elk Mountain Lodge meets at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the lodge at Eighth Street and Lincoln Avenue. Call 879-0062.
for spring fitness classes
Registration is under way for spring fitness classes at Colorado Mountain College. A range of aerobic and weight-training classes will be offered throughout the week, beginning Jan. 12 and running through May. In-district cost is $41 per class. Call 870-4444.
Volunteers needed for
FIS races in December
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club needs volunteers for FIS races scheduled for Dec. 21 and 22 and Dec. 30 and 31. Volunteers earn a lift ticket. Call 871-6210.
to serve on focus group
Parks and Recreation youth programs are looking for people to serve in a youth programs focus group. The group will gather viewpoints and ideas to enhance the quality of programs. Participants will meet twice before the end of the school year to discuss program content, registration and concerns. Call Jennifer at 879-4300, ext. 352.
Two Realtors collecting donations for soldiers
Two Steamboat Springs Realtors, Molly Hibbard and Marci Valicenti, are collecting monetary and tangible donations to support soldiers from Routt County and their families. Monetary donations can be made payable to The Yampa Valley Community Foundation. Write “Support the Troops Fund” on the memo line. Donations can be mailed to the Yampa Valley Community Foundation, P.O. Box 774965, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477.
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