Briefs for Feb. 24

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Humane Society offering $30 off spayings, neuterings

The Routt County Humane Society is promoting Tuesday's Spay Day USA with $30 discounts on pet spayings and neuterings. A limited number of slots are available, and the Humane Society encourages pet owners to call their veterinarian to schedule an appointment. People who qualify as low-income can receive additional discounts. Call 879-RCHS.

Registration under way for adult recreation hockey

Registration for the city of Steamboat Springs' spring adult recreation hockey league is under way at Howelsen Ice Arena. The cost is $190, and the registration deadline is March 10. The leagues play from March 20 to May 10.

Free English as a Second Language classes offered

Colorado Mountain College offers free English as a Second Language classes for all levels. Classes meet from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesdays in Room 302 of Willett Hall, 1330 Bob Adams Drive. To enroll, call Jenny le Roux at 870-4534.

'Stars of Tomorrow' talent contest is March 20

The Steamboat Springs Kiwanis Club's "Stars of Tomorrow" talent contest is at 7 p.m. March 20 in the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium. The 39th annual talent show is open to all Routt County school-aged children.

The competition includes three categories: the senior division for high school students, the junior division for children in grades six through eight, and the elementary division for students in grades kindergarten through five.

All contestants will receive a certificate of participation, and the top three contestants in each category will receive medals.

Stars of Tomorrow participation applications are due March 13 to Bob Hall. Applications are available from school music and dance teachers and from Hall, who can be reached at 879-5100. Applications also can be obtained from the RE/MAX Steamboat office, 350 S. Lincoln Ave.

Registration being taken for youth basketball

Registration is under way for the city's youth basketball program. The program is for children in third through sixth grades and runs March through May. The program is designed for youths who want to learn more about the fundamentals of basketball in a noncompetitive atmosphere. Registrations are being accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration forms can be obtained at the Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Department office. Call 879-4300 for more information.

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