Thursday, September 23, 2004
Man trapped in car, injured in accident
A man was injured Thursday afternoon when his car went off Colorado Highway 131 and rolled over, trapping him inside.
The accident happened on a straightaway south of the intersection with Routt County Road 35. The driver suffered bumps, bruises and facial lacerations after his car went down an embankment next to the road.
The man was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center via ambulance for treatment of his injuries.
Capacity-building grant applications due
Routt County Museum and Heritage Fund capacity-building grant applications are due Oct. 1 in the office of the Routt County Commissioners. Applications also can be mailed to Dee Bolton, P.O. Box 773598, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477. Call Bolton at 879-0108 with questions.
Bust of Steamboat
Sponsorships for the 2004 Bust of Steamboat are available. Artists and designers are invited to sponsor and decorate a bra for the Bust of Steamboat. Bras will be sold at a live auction Oct. 22 at The Depot Art Center. Sponsorships are a tax-deductible donation of $250 to Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project. All funds benefit uninsured or underinsured women of the Yampa Valley who are in need of mammograms or financial assistance for breast cancer treatment. Call Debbie Curd at 871-7907 or 879-2373.
Tickets on sale for
Oct. 2 Soup Bowl Supper
Tickets for the third annual Soup Bowl Supper sponsored by the Steamboat Clay Artisans are on sale at All That Jazz, Blue Sky Pottery, City Hall and the Depot Art Center.
The event will be held Oct. 2 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center with seatings at 5 and 7 p.m. The cost is $18 in advance or $20 at the door, if tickets are available. Proceeds will benefit Yampa Valley Recycles, which will use the money to purchase a recycle bin and newspaper stand for Lincoln Avenue.
Diners get a hand-made ceramic soup bowl filled with delicious soup donated by top Steamboat restaurants, bread, beverage and dessert. Call Deb Babcock of Steamboat Clay Artisans at 846-9349.
Registration open for after-school programs
Registration for the city's Afterschool Action and School Days Off programs is open through the end of November. The programs, which are open to children in kindergarten through fifth grade, provide transportation from Soda Creek and Strawberry Park elementaries, snacks, activities and homework tutoring. Stop by the Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation office or call 879-4300.
Corsages on sale
for high school dance
The Steamboat Springs High School EPYCS club is selling homecoming corsages for $8 each. Proceeds from the sales will help the EPYCS club raise the $500 it needs to receive a $7,500 matching grant from the El Pomar Foundation that the club can then regrant to nonprofit agencies in the community. To order a corsage, call 879-5605 and leave a message.