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Girls to Women in Steamboat looks to inspire career choices

Steamboat Springs Middle School student Meaghan Maitre listens to Cosmo’s heart Tuesday during a presentation by veterinarian Kim Radway, right, at the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to agriculture. Radway got a helping hand with Cosmo from Veterinary Assistant Alexia Len.
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Steamboat Springs Middle School Zoe Leach checks out a horse fetus Tuesday during a Animals … Our Best Friends presentation by veterinarian Kim Radway at the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to ranching. Radway got a helping hand with Cosmo from Veterinary Assistant Alexia Len.
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Cosmo waits for his ultrasound during a presentation by veterinarian Kim Radway at the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to ranching. Radway introduced the students at her session to veterinary science and the possible career choices available.
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Steamboat Springs Middle School students, from left, Andie Koly and Alexa Brabec and South Routt students Kaylee Coleman and Katlyn Wisecup look over their plans for a home during the Build Your Dreams session on architecture presented by Chancie Keenan during the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to ranching.
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Session leader Emily Dudley helps Steamboat Springs Middle School eighth-grader Stella Davies with a print during her session — Create, Make, Thrive — at the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to ranching.
John F. Russell
Alicia McCarthy, with Brio Salon and Spa, leads the LIFEstyles breakout session on a career in the salon business during the Girls to Women Conference that took place at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs. The annual conference for eighth-grade girls included 26 breakout sessions presented by local experts in fields ranging from medicine to motivations and restaurants to ranching.
John F. Russell

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