Partners in Routt County, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to providing meaningful mentorships between adults and youths in our community, is seeking caring, committed volunteers to serve on its board of directors. The board meets monthly and is tasked, among other things, with helping to organize and meet Partners’ fundraising needs, including its annual Java & Jazz fundraiser. If you care about kids in the community and are willing to put in the time and effort to help Partners continue to succeed, email or call Executive Director Libby Foster at email@example.com or 970-879-6141.
9th mountain film festival now accepting submissions
The ninth annual Steamboat Mountain Film Festival is accepting film submissions until Oct. 25. All submissions must have been completed after Sept. 1, 2010.
The Reel Open category is for adventure-themed films of any length. The category will be broken down into professional — a budget of more than $10,000 — and independent classifications.
The Reel People category is for action sports films and includes awards for Best Powder, Best Line/Performance and People’s Choice. Filmmakers must submit three- to five-minute clips in addition to their full-length films to be considered for these categories.
Entries can be delivered to the drop box in front of Bogue Hall Room 205 at Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus or mailed to Steamboat Mountain Film Festival, c/o festival organizer Michael Martin, P.O. Box 882322, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488.
Call 970-870-9676 for more information.