Steamboat Briefs: Steamboat Moms accepts clothing swap donations
Steamboat Moms is now accepting donations for the group’s spring clothing swap and exchange. Official drop-off will be today at the Steamboat Grand. Items being accepted include boys and girls clothing for any age, baby gear, shoes and maternity wear. Clothes must must be stain free and in decent condition. Those who cannot make the drop-off should contact Lori Biagi at 970-846-5833.
Scholarships to be awarded to Routt County students
The Steamboat Springs Board of REALTORS is again awarding scholarships to Routt County high school students wishing to continue their education. For application guidelines, contact local high school guidance counselors or visit ssbr.org. Call Jody at the Board of REALTORS at 970-879-4663 for additional information or assistance. The application deadline is today.
Deadline for the LIFT-UP scholarship is today
The deadline to apply for LIFT-UP’s Hope for the Future Scholarship is today. The following candidates are encouraged to apply.
■ Graduating high school seniors
■ Students enrolled in college, trade or vocational school
■ Adults interested in increasing their self-sufficiency by enrolling in college, trade or vocational school
Priority consideration will be given to applicants whose family incomes meet the guidelines outlined on the application. Each scholarship LIFT-UP awards will be a minimum of $1,000. Scholarships are renewable if a student maintains a 3.0 GPA. Please e-mail a PDF of completed scholarship application to officemanager@liftup
ofrouttcounty.org by April 3. Scholarship applications can be downloaded from the LIFT-UP website at liftupofrouttcounty.org/scholarships.
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