Steamboat briefs for July 21

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Tridle earns degree from Loyola in New Orleans

— Steamboat Springs High School graduate Lisa Tridle received a bachelor of science degree from the Loyola University New Orleans' College of Music and Fine Arts on May 10 in the Louisiana Superdome.

Parks department seeks survey responses

The city of Steamboat Springs' Department of Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services is seeking responses to its online survey, which will use community input to develop a master plan for Steamboat's parks, recreation facilities and programs.

Input from residents in unincorporated areas of Routt County and the RE-2 school district also is welcome. Participants will randomly be selected for a prize drawing at the end of August.

Visit www.rrcinfo.com/sbparkrec to take the survey.

Artists, sponsors needed for Bust of Steamboat

Organizers of The Bust of Steamboat are seeking sponsors and artists to create unique bra designs for a live auction during this year's event, which will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 24 at Three Peaks Bar & Grill. To see past entries and auctions, visit www.thebustofsteamboat.org. Sponsorships are a tax-deductible donation of $350 to the Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project, and they include two tickets to the event.

All the money raised stays in Routt and Moffat counties to help uninsured and under-insured women pay for mammograms and annual wellness exams and to assist in breast cancer treatment costs. Bras will be on display in the community during October to raise awareness. For more information, call Debbie Curd at 871-7907.

CMC offering August

hapkido classes

Registration begins Saturday for hapkido classes at Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs. Hapkido is a Korean martial art that emphasizes self-defense from common unskilled attacks. Classes begin Aug. 27. For class information, call Kat Kelly at 846-8148. For registration information, call CMC at 870-4444.

Emerald City Opera looking for helpers

Emerald City Opera is looking for people to serve in a variety of functions at several performances and special events in July and August. Ushers, box office, party volunteers and thank-you note writers are among the opportunities available. Contact Melanie Guerra at (970) 846-2393 or Melanie@DreamBigArts.com.

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