Nominations for Philanthropist of the Year being accepted |

Nominations for Philanthropist of the Year being accepted

The Philanthropist of the Year Award was established in 1998 by the Yampa Valley Community Foundation to heighten the visibility of philanthropy and giving in the Yampa Valley.
Each year, this award honors the individual, business and youth who have exhibited significant charitable giving, insightful leadership and volunteerism and who have encouraged others to contribute by example.
Nominations are now being accepted for 2018 recipients of this honor. Visit for the form and instructions on how to submit your nomination. A list of previous award recipients is also available on the website. Deadline to submit nominations is Friday, April 13. For additional information, call 970-879-8632.

Free screenings offered to children from area

The 2018 Child Find program, which offers free developmental screenings for children birth to 5, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 and Wednesday, March 7 at the Steamboat Springs School District Administrative Building, 325 Seventh St. The screenings are for children who will be 3 by Oct. 1 as well as children birth to 2½ years old.
The screenings are offered through a collaboration of the Steamboat Springs School District, Northwest Colorado BOCES and Horizons Specialized Services. Children will be screened in the areas of vision, hearing, concepts, social, motor skills and speech/language. Information and applications for the Colorado Preschool Program will be also be available at this time.
To make a screening appointment, call 970-871-3198.

Doc about Malheur standoff to debut today

Bud Werner Memorial Library in Steamboat Springs presents a free screening of “No Man’s Land,” a documentary about the 40-day occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 in Library Hall.
With unfettered access, filmmaker David Byars gives a detailed, on-the-ground account of the 2016 standoff between protestors occupying Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and federal authorities. “No Man’s Land” documents the occupation from inception to its dramatic demise and tells the story of those on the inside of this movement — the ideologues, the disenfranchised and the dangerously quixotic, attempting to uncover what draws Americans to the edge of revolution.
Visit for more information.

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