Steamboat briefs: Routt County school lunch menus for week of May 21


— ■ Steamboat Springs

Elementary and middle schools:

Monday: Caribbean pork roast with a mango sauce, black beans and rice

Tuesday: pasta Tuscan style, roasted asparagus salad

Wednesday: Dallas Dandy BBQ brisket with smoked onion sauce, Southern-style cheese grits

Thursday: Thai chicken curry over Jasmine rice

Friday: homemade pizza

High school:

All meals are chef’s choice

■ South Routt

Monday: French toast, sausage links

Tuesday: Yampa Valley Beef hamburgers, spicy fries

Wednesday: pepperoni pizza, broccoli

Thursday: taco salad, corn

Friday: ham pocket, pasta salad

*All meals served with salad and fruit bar and milk

Council on Aging lunch menus for week of May 21

■ Steamboat

Monday: lasagna

Tuesday: beef tacos

Thursday: fish creole

Friday: meat calzone

■ Hayden

Monday: lasagna

Tuesday: beef tacos

Thursday: fish creole

■ Oak Creek

Monday: barbecue beef sandwich

Wednesday: beef tacos

Friday: fish creole

For detailed menus, visit the Routt County Council on Aging website at Call 970-879-0633 to make a lunch reservation, request Meals on Wheels or to arrange for a van pick-up. There is a recommended donation of $3 per lunch for those 60 and older. Those younger than 60 are welcome to come for lunch, and the fee is $6.

Yampatika has added new members to group’s board

Susan Mead and Chris Taylor are the two newest members of Yampatika’s board of directors. Mead is a certified medical herbalist and yoga instructor. She has operated a private Steamboat Springs practice since 1996 and is the author of “Take Back Your Body.” Taylor is the head of school at The Lowell Whiteman School. He has degrees from the University of Rochester, Wesleyan University and Harvard University. Taylor was the national director of youth services for the Sierra Club in San Francisco and is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs.

“Chris and Susan have very different backgrounds but both mesh nicely with Yampatika’s history and our current focus,” Board President Sherry Benson said. “As an education organization, we continue to make connections with other eduational institutions in our area.”

Yampatika is a nonprofit organization dedicated to environmental education outreach and programming in the Yampa Valley.


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