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Share 10 minutes

of silence Thursday

Residents are encouraged to share 10 minutes of silence Thursday in memory of those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.



Those wishing to participate should gather at 5:30 p.m. at Yampa River Botanic Park. Music will be offered. Call 879-8079.

Back-to-School Open House is Wednesday



Steamboat Springs High School will hold a Back-to-School Open House on Wednesday for parents and students. Parents should arrive at 6:30 p.m. for a brief introduction and then follow their children’s schedules to meet the teachers. Call 879-1562.

Verizon cell phone service back up and running

Verizon cell phone users experienced a temporary reduction of service Sunday, but all service is now running.

A problem in the connection between the cell site and switch was reported and fixed Sunday, said Georgia Taylor, public relations manager for Verizon Wireless.

Because of the problem, some calls were not being received while in digital mode.

All users could make outgoing calls on their phones, Taylor said. “People could dial out fine, it was just a portion of calls that could not be received,” she said.

The service reduction affected downtown Denver, Grand Junction, Cortez and Farmington and the northwest corner of the state, Taylor said.

Rubber Ducky Race

is Sept. 20 at bridge

The Yampa Valley Medical Center Auxiliary’s 16th annual Rubber Ducky Race is at 10 a.m. Sept. 20.

The race begins at the Fifth Street Bridge and ends at the Depot/13th Street Bridge. Prizes will be presented, including a Steamboat Springs Ski Area ski pass for the 2003-04 season. Ducks can be adopted through Yampa Valley Medical Center Auxiliary members, who are selling tickets at Safeway and City Market. Call Pat at 870-0783.

Teen Style meeting to talk about Hayden drug testing

Steamboat Pilot & Today’s Teen Style meets at 6 p.m. on Wednesday for a “Hot Topic” discussion about Hayden High’s recent decision to require random drug testing of students who leave campus for lunch and the Colorado Legislature’s recent vote to require recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in all schools.

If you are high school age and have an opinion to share, you are invited to attend the meeting. Call Autumn Phillips at 871-4210 or e-mail aphillips@steamboatpilot.com

Group formed for families

of children with ADD/HD

Parent Connection, a new support group for families of children with ADD/HD, bipolar and similar behavioral conditions, has been formed.

Parent Connection is for parents and aims to provide support and understanding. Parents can share information and explore solutions to common problems. The group will offer speakers, workshops, and other resources designed to educate the community and to help families help themselves. Child care is provided for meetings. Call Susan at 871-1678.

Support group formed

covering ADD/HD

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Orchestra is seeking new musicians. The orchestra started rehearsals at 7:15 p.m. Monday in the Steamboat Springs Middle School Band Room. The volunteer group of musicians is conducted by Richard Niezen. Call Jayne Austin at the Depot, 879-9008.


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