Steamboat briefs: Partners plans events for National Mentoring Month

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Partners in Routt County, a local nonprofit organization that pairs adult mentors with area youths, is celebrating National Mentoring Month in January with a variety of events.

Thank Your Mentor Day is Thursday and is intended to be an occasion to thank or honor the people who encouraged and guided you while having a lasting, positive impact on your life.

On Saturday, Partners will honor its current adult-youth partnerships as well as bring together the youths in the community still waiting to be matched with an adult mentor for an afternoon of snow tubing at Saddleback Ranch. Members of the Steamboat Young Professionals Network also will participate.

Then, on Jan. 29, Partners will screen “Show Me the Way,” a documentary that explores the impacts mentors can have on a young person’s life. The movie begins at 6:30 p.m. in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library. A panel discussion will follow. Anyone interested in learning more about mentoring and Partners in Routt County is invited to attend.

For more information about Partners, call 970-879-6141 or visit www.partnersrouttcounty.org.

Soroco High School names honor roll for 1st semester

The following students were named to Soroco High School’s honor roll for the first semester. Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to make the honor roll.

Seniors

Billie Bratton, Cole Carnahan, Mackenzie Carnahan, Amber Garrity, Zoe Hart, Abigail Horn, Dillon Koler, Nicholas Paxton, Brittney Romero, Josie Rossi, Cassandra Schmid, Natalie Smith, Jaelyn Whaley

Juniors

Cody Constine, Marley Hammer, Aaron Herzog, Ryan Jeep, Jacey Schlegel

Sophomores

Hannah Allen, Alexandrea Bryant, Kellen Garrity, Micah Gibbons, Brooke Green, Izabel Horn, Hayley Johnson, Michelle Ondrejka, Jessica Rossi, Tia Rozell, Brittney Schrader, Destini Wixom

Freshmen

Katlyn Archer, Lucinda Carlson, Kali Constine, Cala McCollum, Shannon Ragan, Shiloh Rozell, Storm Veilleux

7-week Parent-Tot skating class starts Thursday; $49

The city of Steamboat Springs Park, Open Space and Recreational Services Department is holding a seven-week Parent-Tot Playgroup Skating Class. The class is from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays, beginning Thursday and ending March 7. The cost is $49 and includes skate rentals for the child and both parents. The class is held at Howelsen Ice Arena. For more information, call Courtney Gill at 970-879-4300, ext. 340.

Tobacco cessation kits are available in Steamboat

The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is offering a free QuitKits and information about how to quit smoking or using smokeless tobacco. The kits are available in the lobby of the Steamboat VNA office at 940 Central Park Drive, Suite 101. The Colorado QuitLine is available at 800-QUIT-NOW.

Atmos reminds customers how to prevent poisoning

Atmos Energy is reminding customers to take steps to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. If you or your family members experience these symptoms, call 911, stop using the suspected gas appliance until it has been inspected, and call Atmos Energy at 1-866-322-8667.

To help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning:

■ Install carbon monoxide detectors on all floors where bedrooms are located.

■ Do not idle a car in an attached garage.

■ Remove clutter from around gas furnaces and water heaters, and change furnace filters regularly.

■ Do not use natural gas ovens as a heating source.

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