Class Notes for Jan. 13


Partners in Routt County decals

Steamboat Springs-based Partners in Routt County is teaming up with Routt County merchants to sell Partners decals to raise money for the nonprofit organization's one-to-one mentorship program.

The decals, which are available for $1 or $5, may be purchased at Bonfiglio Drug, The Mugshot, Select Super and First National Bank of the Rockies, all in Oak Creek; Gigi's Coffee Shop, Hayden Mercantile, Wolf Mountain Pizza, Mountain Valley Bank and Kum and Go in Hayden; and Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, Azteca Tacqueria, The Click and Lyon's Corner Drug and Soda Foundation in Steamboat.

Food Drive for LIFT-UP a success

Bud Werner Memorial Library has announced that during its Food For Fines Program in December, 77 children and teens donated nearly 400 items of food to the LIFT-UP Food Bank.

"Big thanks to all the kids and parents who participated in this annual library program," Youth Services Librarian Currie Meyer said.

Sidinger graduates from Northern Colorado

Amelia Sidinger, a 2005 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, graduated from the University of Northern Colorado on Dec. 15, 2007, with a bachelor of the arts degree from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. She majored in applied sociology and minored in anthropology. During her time at UNC, Sidinger was on the Dean's Honor Roll and also was inducted into the international honors sociological fraternity, Alpha Kappa Delta. She volunteered as an advocate for UNC's Assault Survivors Advocacy Program and did an internship at Turning Point, a residential treatment facility for adolescents. Her future plans include work, travel, AmeriCorps and the eventual pursuit of a master's degree in social work.


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