Steamboat briefs: Boys & Girls Club to host open house, lifestyle event
The Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs will host an open house and healthy lifestyles event from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the club’s gym on Eighth Street between Pine and Aspen streets. Special programs will include Internet safety, bully-free BGC, fitness matters, a Red Ribbon Awareness drug-free pledge, a teen-only party with Rise Above Colorado and an exciting reveal of a new mural. All are welcome to attend the event. For more information, call 970-871-3160.
Teens on Tour registration to close at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday
Registration for the Teens on Tour overnight trip to Denver closes at 5:30 p.m. Thursday or once spots are filled. The program is for teens in sixth, seventh and eighth grades and is offered during school days off on Nov. 6 and 7. The trip includes the following activities: shopping at Cherry Creek Shopping Center, swimming at Staybridge Suites in Cherry Creek, three games of laser tag at Laser Quest and go-carts, bumper boats, putt-putt golf, laser tag and arcade games at Boondocks Fun Center.
The registration fee is $125 and covers transportation, activity fees, dinner Thursday, breakfast and lunch Friday and hotel accommodations. Participants must bring a sack lunch for Thursday. Go to http://www.steamboatsprings.net/teen to register online or stop by the city of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation office to complete a registration form. Call 970-871-7054 for more information. Spots are limited.
During December kids can use food to pay library fines
During the month of December, kids can “pay-off” their library fines while helping local families in need by participating in the Bud Werner Memorial Library’s annual Food for Fines program. For every can or box of food kids bring to the Kids’ Desk, the library will waive $1 of their overdue fines.
The following high-need food items are worth $2 in fines waived: Hamburger or Chicken Helper (in a box), re-fried beans, taco or enchilada sauce, taco shells in a box, gluten-free products and new toothbrushes or deodorant. All food will be donated to the local LIFT-UP food bank. This program is for kids 17 and younger only, during December only, and it is not valid for replacement fees. For more information, visit http://www.steamboatlibrary.org/services/kids/food-for-fines-december.
Voting for 2 SSWSC board positions starts Wednesday
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has two elected positions open on its board of directors. These board positions are three-year terms. Eligible voters will receive an email from the SSWSC with instructions and a link to cast their votes. Voting begins at 6 a.m. Wednesday and closes at 3 p.m. Nov. 10.
Girls on the Run 5K is Saturday, registration open
The Girls on the Run 5K will be held Saturday and registration for the community run is now open. It begins at 11 a.m. at the Steamboat Springs Middle School, 39610 Amethyst Dr. The cost is $35 on race day. The first 250 registered community runners will receive a GOTR 5K long-sleeved shirt. Visit http://www.gotrwesterncolorado.org to register or for more information.
County Clerk, Recorder’s Office to close Election Day
The Routt County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be closed on Tuesday for Election Day. The office will reopen with normal business hours on Wednesday.
Old Town Hot Springs to host lifeguarding classes
Old Town Hot Springs fall lifeguarding class is scheduled for Nov. 15, 16, 22 and 23. The sessions run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Those who complete the class will receive Red Cross certification in lifeguarding, CPR/AED and first aid. The cost is $125 and registration and payment can be completed at the Old Town Hot Springs front desk.
Participants must be 15 by Nov. 23 to take the course. Contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-879-1828, ext. 316, for more information.
Website to help veterans find jobs in transportation
A website has been designed to help military veterans find jobs in the transportation industry. According to a news release, the site allows former members of the armed forces to enter their specific military work experience and see how it translates to civilian jobs in five categories: aviation pilot, aviation maintenance technician, air traffic controller, commercial motor vehicle driver and emergency medical services. Job seekers can find what training and certification is needed for civilian jobs, determine what career fits best with their backgrounds and search for available jobs in their field. Learn more at http://www.dot.gov/veteranstransportationcareers.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — There is a chill in the air, and snow covers the ground outside a farmhouse west of Hayden as Noah Price and Sydney Ellbogen talk about the operations of Mountain Bluebird Farm.