Steamboat briefs: Kid’s Night Out program is Nov. 15 at Igloo at Howelsen
The next Kid’s Night Out program is from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 15 at the Igloo at Howelsen Hill. Registration is available by calling the Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Department at 970-879-4300 or at http://www.steamboatsprings.net/youth. The cost is $15 per child in advance or $20 drop-in.
Singles and doubles tennis registration closes Tuesday
Registration closes Tuesday for the city’s singles and doubles tennis championships Friday and Saturday at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Registration information is available at http://www.10s.com.
Ribbon cutting for new medians is on Thursday
Due to the snowy weather in Tuesday’s forecast, the city of Steamboat Springs has rescheduled the ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly renovated highway medians.
The event now will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. Attendees should meet at the Rotary Park parking lot near the U.S. Highway 40 overpass. The eastbound lanes at the overpass will be closed, and traffic will be diverted to the off- and on-ramps for about 20 minutes.
2 Steamboat bartenders are part of online survey
Two of Steamboat Springs’ most popular bartenders are in the running for best Colorado mountain town bartender in an online survey. Voters can choose Sunpie’s Bistro’s Dick “Gooch” Shine or Laundry’s Tod “JJ” Johnson among 27 Colorado bartenders. Voting ends Thursday.
Howelsen Hill Ski Area to start selling passes Tuesday
The Howelsen Hill Ski Area will begin selling season passes Tuesday at the Howelsen Hill concession stand, according to a city of Steamboat Springs news release.
Concession stand hours during the month of November will be as follows: 3:30 to 6 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from Nov. 5 to Nov. 14; 3 to 7 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, Nov. 18 through Nov. 22; 3 to 7 p.m. Nov. 25 and 26; 1 to 6 p.m. Nov. 29.
Howelsen Hill and the Nordic trails will open Nov. 30 conditions permitting.
The concession stand will continue to sell passes during normal operating hours during the season. Prices go up Dec. 2.
The new pass structure this year includes an Alpine pass, a Nordic pass and the third option of a combined pass, which offers access to both the lifts and the Nordic trails. Price breakdowns can be found online at http://www.steamboatsprings.net/ski.
For more information, call 970-879-8499.
Heritage Christian grad Rogers receives doctorate
Megan Rogers, a 2002 graduate of Heritage Christian School, received May 23 her doctorate of philosophy in psychology from the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in La Mirada, Calif., according to a news release. Rogers interned in Hersey, Pa., and is doing her residency in Las Vegas. She hopes to finish her licensing hours and return to Colorado within two years.
Yoga Center to temporarily relocate to Perry-Mansfield
Beginning Sunday, the Yoga Center of Steamboat will relocate for six to eight weeks to the Steinberg Pavilion at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp during construction at its current location. During the construction, class fees have been reduced to $10 per class. Find a class schedule at http://www.soulsparkjourneys.com.
Steamboat students named to honor roll
The following Steamboat Springs High School students were named to the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2013-14 school year. Students must have a 3.5 or better GPA to be named to the list.
■ Ninth grade: Margaret Anderson, Savanna Atkins, Alexis Balgenorth, Brooke Banning, Evan Barbier, Dane Bessette, Madeline Boucher, Kyle Boyer, Brooke Buchanan, Anna Burkholder, Jessica Colombo, Channing Conner, Gillian Cook, Colton Creamer, Ellen Crouch, Esther DelliQuadri, Patrick Dillon, Raya Duryea, Isabel Feldmann, Mea Fisher, Lyta Foulk, Keala Fraioli, Carolina Garcia Armendariz, Bryan Gilbertson, Maura Glynn, Sierra Good, Lucas Gumbiner, Liam Hahn, Matthew Hansen, Charles Harrington, Mary Henry, Jacob Huselton, Grant Janka, Ellie Kavanaugh, Zoe Kirchner, Sedona Lewis, Tucker Limberg, Daniela Lujano, Elizabeth Lukens, Max Lynch, Andrew McCawley, William McConnell, Hadley McGee, Jack McNamara, Colwyn Morgan, Caitlin Musselman, Colin Musselman, Hallie Myhre, Emma Nelson, Colton Pasternak, Sean Portman, Quincey Pugh, Trevor Pyle, Elizabeth Rohde, Leah Rowse, Frank Ruppel, Kelly Ryan, Jessica Sandvik, Nolan Sankey, Auria Saxton, Nicolette Seifert, Jett Seymour, Jessica Simon, Everett Simonsen, Charles Smith, Kellyn Stanhope, Samantha Stevenson, Dustin Sullins, Erik Summers, Jacob Taulman, Tyler Terranova, Emily Thompson, Madeleine Thompson, Riley Toye, Alexandra Tracy, Sage Turek, Abigail Vandergraaff, Michael VanHara, Absael Villa Parra, Keyla Villa Parra, Porfirio Villa Parra, Ethan Walker, Bailey Wallisch, Mackenzie Ward, Emily Wertz, Peter Wharton, Julia Wong and Ellie Zwak.
■ 10th grade: Grant Andrews, Hayleigh Aurin, Spencer Belton, Sabina Berend, Charles Beurskens, Grace Bevier, Joseph Borgerding, Sydney Boyd, Scott Brown, Allison Casey, Jack Craig, David Cropper, Jacob Crouch, Joseph DeLine, Tait Dixson, Taylor Elliott, William Firestone, Tristan Fischer, Jordan Floyd, Connor Frasier, Max Gamber, Sawyer Gander, Mackenzie Gansmann, Nicholas Gibbs, Erica Good, Caleigh Greene, Callie Heil, Mary Heil, Isabel Jones, Taylor Kortas, Jenna Kramer, Markella Kyprios, Madeline Labor, Sofia Lange, Margaret Lichtenfels, River Ludwick, Ellese Lupori, Annie Martin, Jenna Miller, Finn O Connell, Kathleen O Connell, Annie Osbourn, Robi Powers, Melissa Requist, Tess Richey, Zachary Rosa, Peter Rosenthal, Rylan Russell, Logan Sankey, Nicholas Simon, Larkspur Skov, Anna Skubiz, Zachary Skubiz, Alison Speer, Kelsey Spognardi, John Starkey, Brittney Starks, Tanner Stover, Temsup Techarukpong, Samantha Terranova, Mikayla Totman, Alexandra Tumminello, Jack Vanderbeek, Brittain Walton, Kassidey Watson, Matthew White, Abigail Wiedel, Maritza Wiedel, Taylor Wiese, Riley Wilkinson, Andrew Williamson, Harry Wilson and Simon Zink.
■ 11th grade: Lindsey Adler, Carissa Anderson, Lauren Anderson, Nathan Anderson, Logan Bankard, Laura Barron, Jaquelin Boudreaux, Catherine Brodie, Margaret Carrigan, Bruce Darcy, Devin de Jong, Kimberly Dorr, Danielle Flax, Jordan Frye, Colleen Garrecht-Connelly, Meghan Garrecht-Connelly, Olivia Graham, William Gunn, Abbey Habermehl, Arden Habermehl, Lars Hannah, Seana Harker, Taylor Harrington, Mariah Hoots, Kaelyn Kauffmann, Kasey Kirkendall, Eliza Leeson, Lacey Lewis, Elijah Maier, Nicholas Martin, McKendrey McGown, McKenzie Millard, Thania Nunez, Shannon Parks, Spencer Petersen, Foster Ramirez, Daniel Rhoades, Shannon Ross, Preston Stuart, Norma Techarukpong, Charles Tisch, Alexandra Waldschmidt, Dylan Wallace, Carolyn Walters and Jennifer Wilber.
■ 12th grade: Hunter Anderson, Dustin Andres, Lena Barker, Ellie Becker, Baylee Bell, Delaney Bensler, Kelly Borgerding, Mary Buckley, Gretchen Burkholder, Quinn Cain, Ty Coghlan, Joshua Corbin, Emily Cowan, Margaret Crouch, Theresa Dickey, Corbin Diehl, Michael Dillard, Joseph Dobell, Sam Dossogne, Shelby Downey, Zachary Dunklin, Amaris Duryea, Robert Elliott, Chandler Erskine, Andreas Foulk, Malia Fraioli, Aidan Gibbs, Connor Glynn, Ariel Gorham, Kayla Guettich, Carly Hanley, Gabrielle Heron, Andrew Hitchcock, Mackenzie Holmberg, Alice Holmquist, Kathryn Huselton, Jili Jennerjahn, Kestral Johnston, Alexandra Josfan, Jaelin Kauf, Berin Klawiter, Kadie Kolberg, Kristian Kolvereid, Carter Kounovsky, Daniel Kramer, Calvin Kunst, Alexis Len, Kelly Limberg, Alexandra Look, Marley Loomis, Kira Lorenzen, Savannah McKendrick, Sofia Mercado Uribe, Elizabeth Mumm, Hope Nelson, Duong Nguyen, Connor O Brien, Margaret O Connell, Julian Osborne, Hanna Pagliaro, Kaitlin Parker, Patrick Paulsen, Jackson Perry, Rachel Pierce, Cara Piske, Celeste Portillo Ortega, Emily Puffett, Bailey Pugh, Madeline Robertson, Kelbi Rogers, Jack Rosenthal, Madison Ruppel, Emma Schmidt, Heather Seams, Jessie Selby, Elexia Seng, Harrison Smith, Erik Sobeck, Anala Sokolowski, Zachary Sperry, Ashley Spitellie, Melina Stennert, Sara Stout, Eric Tolliver, Charles Toye, Kaleb VanArsdale, Grant Verploeg, Tanner Visnick, Kayla Voeltzel, Ryan Walker, Richard Walters, Evan Weinman, Courtnee Weiss, James Weltzheimer, Casey Weston, Benjamin Wharton, Mary White, Peter White, Emma Wilson, Lesley Wilson, Michael Wong and Taylor Zabel.
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