Steamboat briefs: Oak Creek Town Board adds member, seeks 1 more
In May, the Oak Creek Town Board welcomed Robin Livingston, and according to the town’s newsletter, she “dove right into the ongoing annexation and land use applications.”
But the Town Board still has a vacancy remaining. The deadline to submit a letter of interest for the position is Friday, and the Town Board will conduct interviews at its next meeting, June 12.
Only those who have lived in Oak Creek for at least 12 consecutive months will be considered, and the appointed member will serve until the April 2016 election.
Holistic practitioners open house on Oak Street today
In Steamboat, there is a growing niche of wellness practitioners evolving on Oak Street between Third and Fifth streets. Several of the homes along Oak Street have become commercial transitional properties housing massage therapists, mental health professionals, chiropractors, animal massage and healing professionals, and others.
These practitioners, with the assistance of Mainstreet Steamboat Springs, have organized a holistic health fair open house to introduce the community to this wellness niche. From 5 to 7 p.m. today, the community is invited to meet the practitioners in their offices in a mixer-style event, opening their offices so the public can see the facilities, ask questions and get free screenings.
Participating businesses will be identified by clusters of balloons outside their doors. Don’t miss the practitioners beyond Fifth Street on Oak Street, also identified with balloons.
The mixer-style format will include the opportunity to sign up for door prizes and treats available in many of the offices. One winner will take home a new e-reader.
For more information, call Kristen Van De Carr at 970-879-4604 or Tracy Barnett at 970-846-1800.
Community forum will introduce organizations
Northwest Colorado Center for Independence, Routt County Council on Aging and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation are holding a Routt County Community Forum at 5:30 p.m. June 12 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center.
The purpose of the forum is to inform the public about organizations in the community. Agencies and programs such as the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, Bridges Out of Poverty, Horizons Specialized Services, Mind Springs Health and Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports will speak at the forum and host resource tables.
All are welcome to attend. RSVP by Friday is preferred but not required. Call Jerry Van Voorst, with Northwest Colorado Center for Independence, at 970-620-3897.
Ciar R. Colgan makes dean’s list for spring semester
Ciar R. Colgan, of Steamboat Springs, has been selected for the dean’s list during the spring 2014 semester at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. Colgan is a member of the Class of 2016 at St. Lawrence and is majoring in biology. Colgan graduated from Steamboat Springs High School.
Caitlyn N. Berry named to dean’s list at Mesa State
Caitlyn N. Berry, a 2011 graduate of Soroco High School, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Mesa State College in Grand Junction.
Berry is pursuing a career in nursing while working at Walmart in the pharmacy three days per week. Berry was the salutatorian of her graduating class and received numerous scholarships for her continued education. She will graduate from nursing school in spring 2016.
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