Steamboat briefs: Over The Hill Gang gives out $10,000 from fund
Steamboat’s Over The Hill Gang recently awarded $10,000 from its community fund to help scholar athletes as well as programs aimed at senior members of the community. The club’s members designate their preference between the two fund recipients when they pay their annual dues.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club was the recipient of $5,500 in the form of scholarships for the following student-athletes: Finn O’Connell, Kathleen O’Connell, Garrett Denney, Pelle Seiler, Dori McNeill, Will McConnell, Logan Banning, Lennon Vaughan, Spencer Vaughan, Marnie Buckley, Billy Winters and Evan Weinman. Sarah Floyd, director of athletics at the Winter Sports Club, said the money primarily will be used to offset expenses related to travel and event entry fees for the athletes.
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association was the recipient of $4,500 from Over The Hill Gang’s community fund. Of that total, $3,500 will be used for the senior health foot care program that is essential to the health and well-being of people with diabetes as well as other members of the senior community. An additional $1,000 was awarded to subsidize the Aging Well exercise programs, which are made available countywide to all seniors.
For more information about the Over The Hill Gang, email Frank Dolman at email@example.com.
Free admission at museum while under construction
Tread of Pioneers Museum is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission now is free for all patrons because some exhibits are under construction. The new ski exhibit, “Ski Town USA,” will open Feb. 6 for Winter Carnival. Grand opening events featuring the entire new museum facility are scheduled for Feb. 28 to Mar. 2. Call 970-879-2214 for more information.
Koleman Williams makes the fall 2012 dean’s list
Koleman Williams, a 2010 Hayden High School graduate, made the fall 2012 dean’s list at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison.
Library, project are seeking art pieces for fundraiser
Bud Werner Memorial Library and the Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project are seeking bust art pieces that have been purchased during the past 11 years of Bust of Steamboat events. Busts are needed for loan to a Best of the Busts art show from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 1 in Library Hall. If you have purchased a bust and are willing to loan it to the library for an evening, contact Adult Programs Coordinator Jennie Lay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-367-4917 before Jan. 30.
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