News in brief for Jan. 3
United Way accepting tsunami-relief donations
The United Way South Asia Response Fund has been activated to support the long-term recovery efforts in the region effected by the earthquakes and tsunamis and will be administered by United Way International. Individuals and corporations interested in donating funds for long-term recovery can make an online contribution by visiting: http://www.unitedway.org/ tsunamiresponse
in search of volunteers
On request from families, volunteers provide home visits, which include gift bags and information about community resources and child development. Volunteer training will be held Jan. 29. Call 879-0977 for more information.
Volunteers needed for Disabled World Cup
Volunteers are needed for the 2005 Disabled World Cup. Strong, hardworking people are needed for outdoor positions helping to prepare for the event, which will be from Jan. 10 to 13. Volunteers can earn vouchers for one-day ski passes to the Steamboat Ski Area. Call 879-0880, ext. 209 and leave a message.
Volunteers, ski teams needed for events Jan. 22
Volunteers and ski teams are needed for the Jimmie Heuga Snow Express for multiple sclerosis and the fourth annual Music Jam and silent auction to be held Jan. 22 at the Depot Art Center. Call Wes Dearborn at 846-2333.
needed for Class of 1995
A reunion is being planned for the Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1995. Members of the class or people with contact information for members of the class, are asked to e-mail email@example.com with a current address, phone number or e-mail address.
Fairgrounds indoor arena open for horseback riding
The Routt County Fairgrounds indoor arena is available for open horseback riding. Open-riding schedules can be picked up at Soda Creek Western Mercantile, Elk River Farm and Feed, Horses Etc. in Craig, or the feed store in Hayden.
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