News in brief for June 25

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Conservation district, weed board holding meeting

The Routt County Conservation District, in conjunction with the Routt County Weed Advisory Board, will hold its annual meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Yampa River State Park. Many changes are in store for the 2005 meeting. This year, RCCD will conduct Conservation Tours in conjunction with the traditional meeting and barbecue. The tours, which will leave the park at 1 p.m. and return at 4 p.m., will focus on water and will highlight RCCD/Natural Resources Conservation Service conservation projects in the Yampa River Basin, including the Frentress stream bank protection project and the Cary Ditch irrigation project. The cost is $10 at the door for the barbecue. RSVP to the Routt County Conservation District at 879-3225, ext. 3.

Breast cancer benefit

golf tournament is July 19

The Rally for a Cure golf tournament, a benefit for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and the Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project, is scheduled for July 19 at Sheraton Steamboat Golf Club. The cost is $90 a person, which includes greens fees, cart rentals and lunch. People who can't golf are welcome to come for lunch only, which costs $10, to support Rally for a Cure. Tournament registration forms are available at all area golf courses. Men and women are invited to play. Call Linda at 879-7114.

Yampa Valley gardening book now available

A new book about gardening in the Yampa Valley is now available. "59 Days, 39°F at 6,770 Feet ..." was written by local master gardeners and can be purchased for $13.99 at the Routt County Cooperative Extension Office, Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, Epilogue Book Co., Safeway, Sweet Pea Produce, Windemere Landscape & Garden Center, Ace at the Curve, Elk River Farm & Feed, Steamboat Floral, Alpine Floral and Blue Sky Pottery. All proceeds from book sales benefit the Routt County Master Gardener program.

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