DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS VIGIL PLANEED FOR OCT.25
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSOctober is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a local agency is hosting an event. Advocates Against Battering and Abuse are having a walk and candlelight vigil at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 25.
The walk will start at the Steamboat Springs Police Department, 840 Yampa Ave., and conclude at the Routt County Courthouse.
The vigil will honor those victims who have died, celebrate those who have survived and bring attention to the fact that many women, children and men continue to experience violence in their home.
For more information on volunteering or services, please call 879-2034.
CATTLEWOMEN SEEK BRANDS FOR DOOR AT CENTENNIAL HALL
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Routt County CattleWomen needs brands for the brand door at Centennial Hall.
The door was branded on one side with brands from local ranches.
Now the other side has to be branded and the CattleWomen are looking for people in the community who didn’t participate before, said CattleWoman Julie Green.
“We have room for 25 more brands,” Green said.
The doors will be branded from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Centennial Hall on 10th Street in Steamboat Springs.
Anyone interested in branding should call Green at 276-3323 or Mary Kay Monger at
879-1603 to register, or show up on Wednesday for first-come, first serve branding.
CMC TO HOST WOOD CARVING WORKSHOP WITH NORA HALL
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Alpine Enrichment Program presents an open workshop, on wood carving with Nora Hall from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Bogue Hall room 206 at the Colorado Mountain College Alpine Campus.
Hall will swirl, design and teach the essence of her craft that she learned from her father in Europe more than six decades ago.
Visit Hall’s Web site at http://www.norahall.com for more information.
To register for the $20 class, call Janie Swartz at CMC at 870-4432.
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