Steamboat briefs: Free tickets now required for Seminars at Steamboat
Steamboat Springs — Because the attendance at the first two Seminars at Steamboat this summer exceeded expectations and seating at the Strings Music Pavilion, free tickets now are required.
The tickets will be distributed at the Pavilion after 3:30 the day of each seminar. Tickets are required for entry. Doors open at 4:15, and when seating capacity (569) is filled, the doors will be closed. There will be no standing.
Friends of the Seminars — those who contribute $100 or more — can reserve as many as four tickets by e-mailing email@example.com by Tuesday afternoon before the
Thursday seminar. Those tickets can be picked up at the Pavilion the afternoon of the seminar. The next seminar is at 5 p.m. Thursday and features Paul Peterson talking about Saving the American School.
10th Mountain Division celebration this month
Members of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the 10th Mountain Infantry Divisions Descendants will host a gathering of veterans, descendants and friends of the 10th from Aug. 20 to 22 in Steamboat Springs. The purpose of the gathering is to celebrate and honor the brave men of the WWII 10th Mountain Division and the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) for their service and to celebrate family as descendants honor their fathers. The gathering will feature two main events: a welcome party Aug. 20 at the home of Nancy and Lynn Kramer, and a barbecue dinner at the Hogue Ranch on Aug. 21. For more information, call Nancy Kramer at 970-879-2739 or attend a pre-gathering at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Kramers’ home, 1020 Crawford Ave. in Steamboat.
Invitations to known vets and descendants have been sent out, but organizer are seeking help to identify veterans, soldiers in service, descendants and friends of the divisions. Call Nancy Kramer with any information. For more information on the 10th Mountain Division Association and Descendant program, visit http://www.10thmtndivassoc.org and http://www.10thmtndivdesc.org.
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