News in brief for Oct. 28
Candidates signs being vandalized, stolen
City Council candidate signs are being vandalized and stolen, the Steamboat Springs Police Department reported.
Assistant Police Chief Art Fiebing said more than 20 signs have been damaged. One candidate in particular has been targeted, but more than one candidates’ signs have been harmed.
Fiebing urged anyone who has information or sees anyone vandalizing the signs to contact the police department. The crime could come with charges of criminal mischief, theft and trespassing.
“For one, the signs are not cheap. None of these people are independently wealthy. Also it is disruptive to the political process,” Fiebing said.
Steamboat’s Over-the-Hill Gang is once again offering scholarships of up to $1,000 to athletes for their education and/or skill improvement in their area of competence. Only athletes involved in winter sports are eligible.
Applicants should be attending or be a graduate of a Routt County school or be a Routt County resident. Applications are available at all Routt County high schools, Whiteman and Christian Heritage schools, Colorado Mountain College and the Winter Sports Club. Applications must be completed and submitted by Nov. 15. Awards will be announced in December. Call 870-2912 or e-mail email@example.com.’
Sound of Music’ family
to perform in Steamboat
The von Trapp children, third generation descendants of the family featured in “The Sound of Music” will perform at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6 in the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium. Tickets are $25 for reserved seating, $15 for general admission and $8 for youth and are available at All That Jazz, Off the Beaten Path Bookstore and through Strings at 879-5056, Ext. 104.
Health and Rec offers
Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation is offering lifeguard training, cardiopulmonary resuscitation/first aid, and automatic electronic defibrillator/oxygen training classes Nov. 2-12. The minimum age is 15 and maximum class size is 12 people. The deadline to register is noon Sunday at the recreation center. An $85 deposit is required upon registration. Call 879-1828, Ext. 22.
Registration open for after-school workshop
Kaleidoscope Art Exploration for Kids is accepting registration for after-school and school-break art workshops for children ages 6 to 12. Call the Steamboat Springs Arts Council for dates, times and information at 879-9008.
County begins accepting LEAP applications Nov. 3
The Routt County Department of Human Services Low-income Energy Assistance Program will accept applications Nov. 3 through April 30. LEAP helps low-income households meet winter home heating costs; it does not pay the entire cost of home heating. The maximum monthly income for a one-person household is $1,384; for four people it is $2,837. For more on LEAP eligibility requirements or other information, call 879-1540.
begin at 7 p.m. Nov. 11
The first rehearsal for the Dec. 14 community performance of “Messiah” is at 7 p.m. Nov. 11.
Because of the limited rehearsal time it will be necessary to attend at least three rehearsals to sing in the performance.
The event is sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Arts Council in cooperation with members of the Steamboat Springs Chamber Orchestra. There is no fee to participate, and auditions for the chorus are not required.
Call Dr. Robert Ritschel at 870-4414.
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