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Briefs for July 26

Hess awarded certificate for music education

Steamboat Springs’ Michelle Hess was awarded the Kodaly Certificate for professional music educators from Silver Lake College in Manitowoc, Wis.

The Kodaly certificate program is a part of Silver Lake College’s Master of Music in Music Education Program and is available to graduate-level students who want to conduct an in-depth study of the philosophy of music education, methodology and musicianship of the folk song-based Kodaly concept of teaching.



Rocky Mountain Youth Corps needs volunteers

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is searching for professionals willing to share life stories and lessons to teens and young adults. Interested adults, who are called Field-Based Workshop Volunteers, meet RMYC crews in an outdoor setting for a fireside chat of sorts. The crews will develop questions for the volunteers, so workshop presenters should be prepared to provide answers on how he or she came to be an expert in a particular field and what education choices were made in the process. Volunteers also should come prepared to be outdoors by bringing appropriate clothing, gear and water.



To volunteer or for more information, call Sheila Wright at 879-2135 or visit http://www.rockymountainyouthcorps.org.

Partners sponsors “Adopt a Scarecrow” project

Partners in Routt County, a youth mentoring organization, is sponsoring an “Adopt a Scarecrow” project. The scarecrows, made by six junior partners and local artist and school counselor Suzy Holloran, are part of an ongoing silent auction at the Depot Art Center. Bids will be accepted until Aug. 1. Each scarecrow is unique and comes with his or her own story. Stop by to say hello. The scarecrows are outside of the art center and a bid sheet is attached to each scarecrow. Proceeds from the silent auction will be used to fund next year’s project. For more information, call Partners at 879-6141.


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