Briefs for May 24

Show us your ink

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— Do you have a tattoo and want to show it off? 4 Points is looking for anyone interested in having a picture of their ink featured in an upcoming edition of the weekly arts and entertainment section.

What we need: a color photo of the tattoo (appropriate body areas only, please) and a short description identifying what the tattoo is, why you got it, when you got it and where you got it. E-mail submissions to aplean@steamboatpilot.com. For more information, call Allison Plean at 871-4204.

Fairway Face-Off

golf tournament

The Fairway Face-Off golf tournament, a benefit for the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association, is June 11 at the Catamount Ranch & Club. The format is four-person scramble, $125 a player (which includes golf, lunch and goodie bag). Check-in and barbecue lunch is at 11 a.m., and the golf begins at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start. Awards and a silent auction will follow golf. Individual players are welcome. Celebrity guests include hockey player Ryan Dingle and George Gwazdecky, head coach of the University of Denver hockey team. Sponsorships are available. To register, call 879-8977 or e-mail info@yvcf.org.

Meeting offers businesses disability information

Businesses interested in employing those with disabilities or those who already work with or employ people with disabilities are encouraged to attend a Business Advisory Council meeting held by Vocational Rehabilitation and Horizons Specialized Services.

The meeting is open to anyone in the public who is interested in learning more about raising awareness of people with disabilities in a job setting. The goal of the meeting also is to provide more information to those who have hired people with disabilities by offering a forum for questions, success stories, etc.

The meeting is from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Centennial Hall's Crawford Room on 10th Street.

Wild Edible Feast raises funds for Yampatika

The eighth annual Wild Edible Feast, a fundraiser for Yampatika, is from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at Catamount Ranch and Club. The cost is $75 a person. Seating is limited; RSVP to 871-9151 or register online at www.yampatika.org.

The Wild Edible Feast is a gourmet dining experience featuring foods made from ingredients native to the Yampa Valley. The event also includes a silent auction. Yampatika is a nonprofit environmental organization that provides educational and interpretive services for the better understanding of the natural and cultural resources of Northwest Colorado.

Rio 24 Hours of Steamboat in need of volunteers

Volunteers are needed for the fourth annual Rio 24 Hours of Steamboat bike race from noon June 9 to noon June 10. Volunteers are needed for aid stations, the post-ride barbecue and registration. E-mail 24steamboat@springsips.com or call 879-0480.

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