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Briefs for Feb. 8

Second Penguin Plunge to raise funds for health care

The Second Annual Penguin Plunge is March 19 at Lake Catamount.

Proceeds will benefit the purchase of an Infant Human Patient Simulator for health-care provider training.

Volunteers are needed to take the plunge. Call the Healthcare Foundation at 871-2501 for information on participating as a Penguin, sponsor or volunteer.

Volunteers sought for after-school Study Club

Volunteers are needed for Steamboat Springs Middle School’s after-school Study Club. The program runs from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Any help is appreciated. Call 879-1058 for information.

High school Knowledge Bowl team places fifth

The Steamboat Springs High School Knowledge Bowl team placed fifth at its home tournament last weekend. The team competed against squads from Moffat County, Rangely, North Park and Middle Park high schools in the five-round tournament.

The Sailors led after the opening round of written questions but fell behind during the four rounds of oral questions. Knowledge Bowl questions typically cover subjects including math, history, science, English, current events and obscure trivia. The Sailors who competed Saturday are Sarah Bockelman, Austin Anderson, Aaron Selch, Andrew Riley and Kristin Toy. Team member Austin Pivarnik didn’t compete. The Knowledge Bowl team’s next tournament is in March at Middle Park High School. Team coach Barb Tuchlinsky, the high school’s circulation manager, said the team continues to improve with tournament experience.

‘Music with a Mission’

talent show on Monday

“Music With a Mission,” a free fund-raising talent show and dessert, is at 7 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church. Donations will help pay for the Methodist Church Youth Group’s summer mission trip to Brooklyn, N.Y. Call 879-1290.

Newborn Network needs volunteers to visit homes

Newborn Network is in search of volunteers.

On request from the family, a volunteer provides a home visit, which includes a gift bag and information about community resources and child development. The home visiting program is available at no cost to all parents in Routt County. Volunteer training will be held March 12. Call 879-0977 for more information.

Community Foundation taking grant applications

Yampa Valley Community Foundation is accepting grant applications for the Mellam Foundations Teachers Fund. The Teachers Fund provides funding, support and encouragement to kindergarten through eighth-grade public school teachers in Routt County. The short grant applications are due Feb. 15, and forms can be found on the Community Foundation’s Web site at http://www.yvcf.org. Call Lynne Myers with the Routt County schools at 871-3140 for information.


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