Steamboat Briefs for Feb. 23
February 23, 2008
Hayden student receives Boettcher scholarship
Steamboat Springs — Hayden High School senior Janna Hoza has received a 2008 Boettcher Foundation Scholarship, given to only 40 Colorado students annually. The scholarship is given to students who exhibit scholarship, leadership and achievement, and provides full tuition, fees, a book allowance and a stipend for living expenses at any four-year college or university in Colorado. More than 1,100 students applied for the scholarship in 2007-08.
Hoza, 17, has been on the high school’s high honor roll in each year of her high school career. She has received numerous awards, including the Scholar Athlete Award, the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Outstanding Junior Award and the Colorado School of Mines Medal of Achievement in Math and Science. She is the Optimist Club’s Teen of the Month for January.
Opportunity for art exhibit in Hayden
The Hayden Heritage Museum has an opening for an exhibit for this upcoming summer season. Whether it is baby bottles or vintage aprons, pocket knives or mining tools, call the museum to see if your special collection could earn you bragging rights this summer. The featured collection will be on display from mid-May through the end of September and will be the museum’s highlighted exhibit for the season.
Applications for the display space are due by March 31. Call 276-4380.
Youth lacrosse sign ups under way
Spring lacrosse registration for boys in grades five through eight continues through March 7. Call Steamboat Youth Lacrosse at 871-6100 for more information.