Steamboat briefs: Yampa Street closures to be lifted for 4th of July weekend
Steamboat Springs — Beginning Friday, July 1, all closures related to the Yampa Street Construction project will be lifted for the Fourth of July weekend. The roadway will be available for the traveling public and the parade through July 4.
Duckels Construction voluntarily offered to remove all barricades and closures for the busy holiday weekend. Additionally, Duckels and Connell Resources were able to coordinate with the planned paving of 910 Yampa St. to repave portions of Yampa Street six weeks earlier than originally scheduled.
Though Yampa Street will be open, there will still be limited areas where material storage and construction staging will remain through the weekend. Those areas are located in the parking spaces on Yampa Street near the 10th Street intersection and at the vacant lot near the intersection of Yampa and Seventh streets.
Construction activities will resume July 5.
Local Young Professionals Network to host bowl-a-thon
The Young Professionals Network will sponsor a Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 18 at Snow Bowl. JA’s goal is to create generations of young people who are financially literate, workforce ready and entrepreneurial in their thinking. All of the money raised from the bowl-a-thon event will benefit JA programs in K-12 classrooms in Routt County.
Teams of five can sign up for three hours of bowling, which includes lane fee, shoe rental, pizza and fun prizes. The cost per team is $500, and bowlers are encouraged to fund raise at least $150 each.
YPN is also seeking sponsors for the event. For more information, contact Sally Messinger at email@example.com.
The Haven Assisted Living Facility celebrates 20 years
The community is invited to celebrate the Haven Assisted Living Facility’s 20th birthday with cake and ice cream from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Haven Community Center, 300 South Shelton Lane in Hayden. For more information, call Camilla at 970-875-1887.
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Construction on Sleeping Giant School has moved mostly inside as the roughly 100-person crew continues the push to complete the building by the end of summer.