The Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team is selling flowers as a fundraiser. Flats of pansies, petunias, lobularia and snapdragons as well as hanging baskets of assorted flowers for $32. Pick up an order form at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. All orders are due by April 1. For more information, contact Mary Labor at 970-846-8982 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doughnut fundraiser helps fund youth mission trip
Hayden Congregation Church is selling Krispy Kreme Donuts as a fundraiser for its upcoming youth mission trip to Venezuela. Orders will be taken through April 1, with doughnut pickup April 6 in Craig and Steamboat Springs. Call the church at 970-276-3510 to place an order or for more information.
Steamboat Kiwanis club is in search of new members
Steamboat Springs’ Kiwanis club is looking for new members who would be interested in providing service to the community as well as attending weekly meetings on Tuesdays at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Annual dues are $125. Kiwanis was chartered in 1948 and is Steamboat’s oldest service club. For more information, call Bud at 970-879-0064 or Johanna at 970-879-0211.
Fall big game hunting applications available
Big game hunting applications for fall are available, according to a news release from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The big game brochure is available at www.bit.ly/coloradobiggame. Those who need help planning their hunt can call 303-291-7526 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. A list of upcoming hunter education classes can be found at wildlife.state.co.us/hunting/huntereducation/coursecalendar. License applications for deer, elk, pronghorn, moose, sheep, goat and bear are due April 2.
Part of Spring Creek Trail to be closed until April 15
A large portion of the Spring Creek Trail is closed to public access as part of the annual seasonal wildlife closure. The seasonal closure is done in cooperation with the Colorado Parks and Wildlife to provide winter habitat for the local elk herd. The trail will remain closed until April 15. The closure begins about 1 1/2 miles up the trail from Amethyst Drive, and access is blocked by a gate. For more information about wildlife closures, call area wildlife manager Jim Haskins at 970-871-2842.