Briefs for Jan. 22
Aspen woman’s purse, manuscript recovered
A purse that was reported stolen from an unlocked car in the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Center parking lot the day after Thanksgiving was found Wednesday.
An employee of the downtown post office found the purse while cleaning out a small, fenced area next to the post office, by the bridge crossing to the fitness center parking lot. The enclosure is used to house snow-melting equipment.
The post office employee found the owner’s identification card in the purse, then called her and called police.
The purse, which was reported stolen Nov. 26, included a laptop computer, a book manuscript, wallet and other personal belongings. It appears that all items listed on the initial lost-property report were recovered, Steamboat Springs police Capt. Joel Rae said. However, the owner of the purse has not yet come to the police office to confirm that.
Volunteers needed for Winter Carnival events
Volunteers are needed for the 92nd annual Winter Carnival street events, to be held from 8 a.m. to noon Feb. 12 and 13. Call Jody Anagnos at 879-0882, ext. 203.
program in February
Creating Lasting Family Connections, a four-week, research-validated family enrichment program geared toward parents and middle-school-age children is being offered from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 3 to 24. The program covers building better relationships, making better decisions and creating a stronger family. The cost is $50 per family and includes dinner each night of class. Register by calling Grand Futures Prevention Coalition at 879-6188.
Class of 1985 asked
to call Lori Arce
A 20-year class reunion is being planned for the Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1985. Members of the class or people who know how out-of-town class members can be contacted are asked to call Lori Arce at 879-4498 or e-mail email@example.com. The reunion will be held July 29 to 31.
Library continues ‘It’s
a Girl Thing’ in spring
Bud Werner Memorial Library will continue its popular book discussion series for girls and women called “It’s a Girl Thing” this spring. This free program is open to girls ages 10 to 12 and a woman partner. Pairs may sign up for one or two discussions.
Program dates are Feb. 4, March 4 and April 8. Programs run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the library. The library will give each pair a copy of the discussion book to keep.
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