Briefs for Sept. 12, 2003
Coed volleyball league sign-up ends Wednesday
The registration deadline for the city of Steamboat Springs’ fall coed volleyball league is Wednesday. Six people are needed to form each team, or individuals may join existing teams. Games will be played Wednesday evenings through mid-December. Call 879-4300.
for Colorado Cog Rally
The third annual Colorado Cog Rally needs volunteers for timing, course and spectator control for the rally on Sept. 20. All volunteers will receive a free T-shirt, lunch and admission to the event, as well as free admission to the welcome party and awards ceremony. A training session will take place from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Knoll parking lot. Volunteers can also sign up from 2 to 8 p.m. Sept. 19 at Howelsen Hill.
Convertibles, drivers needed for Sailors parade
Steamboat Springs High School is looking for owners of convertibles who are willing to drive them during the homecoming parade, to be held the first week of October. Call Lucianne Myhre at 871-3656.
Museum looking for
historical wedding photos
The Tread of Pioneers is creating a Routt County wedding album to add to its wedding exhibit. People with copies of photos or stories about historic weddings that they would like to share with the museum and the public are asked to call Candice at 879-2214. The submissions will be added to the archive after the exhibit.
Registration under way for Moose is Loose
The annual Moose Is Loose Golf Tournament, hosted by Jim “Moose” Barrows and benefiting the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, will tee off at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort Golf Course. Five-member teams can enter by calling 879-4645.
Tickets on sale
for Madness de Vine
Tickets are on sale for the eighth annual Madness de Vine, to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 20 at the top of the Steamboat Gondola. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at All That Jazz, The Bottleneck, Central Park Liquor, Off the Beaten Path Bookstore and Perry-Mansfield’s office. All proceeds benefit Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp. Call 879-7125.
Humble Ranch Trail-a-thon to take place Saturday
The Humble Ranch Trail-a-thon is Saturday at Emerald Mountain.
Hikers and horseback riders (bring your own horses) can spend the day exploring Emerald Mountain while raising funds to help support the operation of the nonprofit Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center. The ranch is across the Yampa River from Haymaker Golf Course on Routt County Road 14. The goal is to raise $10,000.
The Trail-a-thon includes 12- or four-mile horseback rides, a seven-mile hike up and over Emerald Mountain, a Family Fun walk to the Yampa River, a riding demonstration, a barbecue lunch provided by the Routt County CattleWomen and live music.
The minimum pledge amounts needed to participate in the Trail-a-thon events are $100 for the 12-mile horseback ride and $50 for the four-mile ride or seven-mile hike. The Family Fun walk is free, but pledges are encouraged. Money must be handed in on the day of the event. Participants will depart from Humble Ranch. Call Humble Ranch at 879-3443.
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