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Briefs for Feb. 20

Educational

seminar planned

Chase Oriental Rug Company is sponsoring an educational seminar, “Iran to China to Iran: The Evolution Production” from 7 to 9 p.m. March 5 in the Chase showroom. The featured speaker will be Tom Atiyeh, third generation carpet importer and wholesaler from Oregon. His presentation will be accompanied by a slide show. The event is free and open to the public. RSVP to 879-5667.

New exhibits at museum

The exhibits “A Century of Valley Vows: A Community Exhibit” and “Foundations of Steamboat: The Gossard Family” are on display at the Tread of Pioneers Museum.

Riverhouse Editions open

Riverhouse Editions, a fine art print workshop and gallery, is open by appointment, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Call 871-1559 or 870-8944.

Choosing

beneficiary

Steamboat Clay Artisans’ Soup Bowl Supper Committee is seeking a nonprofit organization to be the beneficiary of its 2004 fund-raiser.

For the past two years, members of the Steamboat Clay Artisans have created handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramic bowls that are given away to ticket holders at the event, as well as other ceramic items that are auctioned during the fund-raiser. The fund-raiser is expected to net at least $5,000 for the beneficiary.

For the fund-raiser, SCA creates the ceramic wares, handles publicity and provides member-volunteers at the event to distribute the bowls, take tickets and coordinate the silent auction. The group requests that the beneficiary organization help sell tickets, procure food donations and manage the food service at the event (including table settings, serving trays/pots, serving food, clean-up).

The deadline to be this year’s beneficiary has closed. The selection of the beneficiary will be made and announced no later than March 31. Call Deb Babcock at 846-9349.


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