STOCK FOR AMERICAN SKIING COMPANY BREAKS $1 A SHARE THIS MONTH
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe stock price of American Skiing Compnay (parent of the Steamboat Ski Area) has struggled to break $1 a share in August.
American skiing’s stock, which was priced at $17 a share after the initial public offering in autumn 1998, was priced at 96 cents a share at the closing bell on Wall Street Friday. The stock seemed stuck at that level all week.
American Skiing, which trades as SKI, saw its stock break a dollar frequently in July and the stock rose to $1.12 on July 16, the day company officials announced they had completed restructuring its debt.
The final piece in ASC’s financial restructuring remains selling the Steamboat Ski Area.
Interested suitors were expected to visit Steamboat during the past two weeks, with the names of finalists expected to emerge in late August.
OPEN HOUSE SET T UNVEIL NEW PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY IN HAYDEN
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSHayden is hosting an open house to unveil its new Public Works facility.
The public is invited to attend the open house, which is set for 6 p.m. Wednesday, and tour the facility.
The town will provide barbecue beef, side dishes and beverages.
Construction of the $500,000 facility started last fall. The town is funding half of the project’s cost.
A grant paid the other half of the cost.
Anyone planning to attend the open house should call Hayden Town Hall at 276-3741.
STEAMBOAT ARTS COUNCIL ACCEPTING ENTRIES FOR SHOW
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Steamboat Springs Arts Council is accepting entries for The Fine Craft show Oct. 12 to Nov. 25. The show is open to clay, fiber, metal, glass, wood and other mixed media. The show judge is Donna Banning, California Art Education Association president. Entry deadline is Aug. 31.
Entry fees for Steamboat Springs Arts Council members are $9 per piece, $25 up to three pieces; and $12 for non-members, $30 up to three pieces.
All work must be for sale with a 25 percent commission.
All exhibits offer cash awards.
Contact 970-879-9008 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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