Steamboat briefs: Biking the Boat charity ride registration still open

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STARS and Routt County Riders present Biking the Boat on Saturday. The ride includes 26-, 46- and 55-miles rides through the scenic roads of Routt County as well as a five-mile all abilities and unicycle ride. Registration fees are $60 for the 55-mile ride, $50 for the 46-mile ride, $25 for the 26-mile ride and $15 for the five-mile ride. Youths younger than 10 are free. The registration fee includes food, New Belgium Brewing Co. beer and live music. Proceeds benefit recreational programs for people with disabilities. Register or donate at www.steamboatstars.com. Those who would like to volunteer are asked to call Craig at 970-846-9859.

Volunteers needed through Saturday at Old Ranch

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Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

The tear down and salvage of the Old Ranch on 13th behind the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps location.

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Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

The tear down and salvage of the Old Ranch on 13th behind the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps location.

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Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

The tear down and salvage of the Old Ranch on 13th behind the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps location.

Volunteers are needed this week to help tear down and salvage the Old Ranch on 13th Street. Head past the Steamboat Springs Transit bus depot on 13th Street, and turn into the Precision Repair entrance. Continue driving, and you’ll see workers tearing down the old structure so the Autism Foundation Greenhouse can be built in its place. The wood is aged two-by-four wood flooring, and organizers are hoping to keep materials from going to the landfill. Call John Fielding at 970-846-3012 with questions.

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