Briefs for Nov. 2
Donations being sought for ‘Support the Troops’
Monetary and tangible donations are being sought for the “Support the Troops” holiday drive. Tax-deductible donations may be sent to the Yampa Valley Community Foundation, P.O. Box 774965, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477; write “Support the Troops” on your memo line. Tangible donations may be dropped off at Steamboat Real Estate Inc. or Prudential Steamboat Realty. For more information or to submit an address of a military person serving, call Marci at 879-5000 or Molly at 879-8100.
W. Routt Library District has opening on board
The West Routt Library District has one opening on its board of trustees. Hayden residents interested in serving on the seven-member board are asked to stop by the Hayden Public Library and pick up an application form. This is a voluntary position, and the term will begin Jan. 1. Call the library at 276-3777.
Visiting Nurse Association offering flu shots to kids
The Visiting Nurse Association is providing flu shots on a sliding scale, from free to $15, for infants 6 to 23 months old and other high-risk children. For an appointment, call 879-1632.
Historical society seeks restoration projects
The Hahn’s Peak Area Historical Society is soliciting proposals for restoration projects in historic Hahn’s Peak Village. Proposals are due Nov. 30. For details call Brian Watterson at 871-1979 or e-mail email@example.com.
Snowboard Outreach Society needs volunteers
The Snowboard Outreach Society is a nonprofit organization that is seeking volunteers for the upcoming season and current fund-raising events. Call Jodi Link at 845-7040 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for volunteering information. To learn more about the organization, visit http://www.sosoutreach.org.
Trying to quit smoking: Sign up for VNA program
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is asking people trying to quit smoking to participate in an effort by the American Cancer Society to conduct “the largest Web-based trial of smoking cessation programs ever held in the United States.” Smokers can sign up at http://www.cancer.org/quittobacco.
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