Steamboat briefs: Curtis Church leaves city, Planning Commission

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— Curtis Church confirmed Monday that he has moved from the area and resigned his seat on the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission. Church took a job as director of customer service and retention for a telecommunications firm in Toledo, Ohio.

“I’ve essentially left the valley for a lack of professional work in Steamboat Springs,” he said.

Planning Commissioner Karen Dixon also is planning to resign her seat and leave the area in the coming weeks. She also cited a lack of local jobs for professionals as a reason for her family’s move.

Relay For Life preparations continue for July 23 and 24

This year’s Relay For Life of Steamboat will be held at Steamboat Springs High School track July 23 and 24. Individuals and teams gather at the high school track with the goal of keeping at least one team member on the track at all times throughout the evening.  

The event includes a Lumi­naria Ceremony, held this year at 9:30 p.m. July 23. This is an opportunity for community members to buy luminarias to honor or memorialize someone who is battling or has battled cancer. The luminarias will light up the track in a moving memorial to friends and family. Luminarias can be bought online at www.steamboatrelayforlife.com and the donation can be credited to a specific team, or they can be purchased by contacting Clare Tarcha at 819-8390 or Phyllis Harrelson at 870-9283.

Public meeting to address Youth Corps building plan

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps will hold a public meeting for anyone interested in learning more about the purchase and renovation of the property and buildings at 1705 13th St. The meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday at Library Hall in Bud Werner Memorial Library on 13th Street in Steamboat Springs. All are invited. Call Gretchen at 970-879-2135 with questions.

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