Briefs for Sept. 26
LIFT-UP not accepting donations until Oct. 3
LIFT-UP will not be accepting donations at the Donation Center this week because donations have exceeded the space. The Donation Center will reopen with the usual schedule, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., starting Oct. 3. Donations are limited to two bags or boxes of items per donor per day. LIFT-UP can always use volunteers for the Donation Center. If interested, call 879-3374.
Old telephone books accepted for recycling
Recycle old telephone books at City Market, Central Park Plaza, from Sunday through Oct. 7. Cardboard bins will be available outside the store.
Convertibles needed for homecoming parade
Steamboat Springs High School needs convertibles for its homecoming parade. Donors will be in the parade and will drive royalty from the school. If interested, please call Luccianne Mhyre at (970) 871-3623.
Soup Bowl Supper tickets now on sale
Tickets for the fifth annual Soup Bowl Supper sponsored by the Steamboat Clay Artisans are on sale at All That Jazz. The cost is $18 in advance ($20 at door) and entitles the ticket-holder to a handmade ceramic bowl created by a local clay artist, soup donated by local restaurants, bread, beverage, dessert, and a chance at a door prize. This year’s fundraiser benefits Historic Routt County.
The supper is Oct. 4 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. There are 5:30 and 7 p.m. seatings. Each seating also will feature a silent auction of locally made pottery.
In addition to local clay artists who have created 300 bowls and auction items for the event, local businesses and restaurants have donated soups, breads, desserts, beverages and other supplies and services.
During the four years of the event, the Steamboat Clay Artisans has raised $24,893 for local nonprofit organizations. For more information about the Soup Bowl Supper, call Deb Babcock at 846-9349.
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