Steamboat briefs: Registration for summer semester at CMC underway

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Registration for the summer semester at Colorado Mountain College is underway with classes beginning May 13, according to a news release. More information and registration is available at www.coloradomtn.edu/register or by visiting the Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs, 1275 Crawford Ave.

■ New students: Those who have not taken a credit class within the past year can go to the college’s website to complete an application. After the application has been processed, students can complete their registration online. Students also can drop off their application and registration form on campus, fax them to 970-870-0485 or send by mail.

■ Returning students: Register online, by fax, by mail or in person.

■ Noncredit students: Go to http://webadvisor.coloradomtn.edu and click on “Continuing Education/Noncredit” to begin the registration process online.

For more information, call 970-870-4444 or 1-800-621-8559.

Seminars on business plan development Thursday, July 18

Free business plan development seminars will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday and July 18 at the Entrepreneurship Center.

The city of Steamboat Springs is offering $10,000 for the creators of the winning business plan and $5,000 to the second-place plan. The winner also will receive three months of office space in the Entrepreneurship Center as well as other business education opportunities.

Plans are due by Sept. 16 to Randy Rudasics before they are presented in early October to a panel of judges including Yampa Valley SCORE business counselors and a regional business consultant. Guidelines, rules and judging criteria are available at www.coloradomtn.edu/yvec or by calling Rudasics at 970-870-4491.

Registration for adult rec sports leagues extended

Registration for adult sports leagues — including softball, soccer and volleyball — has been extended to May 9. Find more information at www.steamboatsprings.net/adultsports.

Participate in survey about the next 7 years at CMC

Colorado Mountain College is developing a plan to guide the college during the next seven years, including the selection of a new president. Share your thoughts through Friday by participating in a survey by going to www.coloradomtn.edu and clicking on “survey.”

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“Have it All: You Can Balance Work and Family" by Jenny Lewis

Oak Creek resident’s book focuses on work, family

Oak Creek resident Jenny Lewis recently published the e-book “Have it All: You Can Balance Work and Family.”

In the book, Lewis shares her experiences with balancing work and family, according to a news release.

In the book, she writes, “Though my coaching (and this e-book) is dedicated to helping working parents find balance, it’s important to realize that this does not mean a clean 50/50 split for work and family. It ebbs and flows, and that’s natural and OK. … What’s important is to be able to … find the split that works for whatever phase of life you and your family are currently experiencing.”

Each chapter is followed by self-coaching exercises that guide working parents to achieve their own work-family balance, according to the release.

Lewis is a master certified professional coach, instructional coach, educator and mother of two. She owns New Frontiers Life Coaching and New Frontiers Education Coaching in Oak Creek.

Steamboat library hosting theater reading workshops

Bud Werner Memorial Library is hosting two theater reading workshops led by actor and Piknik Theatre Festival Producer Stuart Handloff, according to a news release. The interactive reading group will discuss and read Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize–winning “Death of a Salesman” on May 22 and William Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” on June 26.

Each session is at 6 p.m. in Library Hall and is limited to 25 participants, who must read the plays before the workshops. To sign up, contact Adult Programs Coordinator Jennie Lay at jlay@steamboatlibrary.org or 970-879-0240, ext. 317. More information is available at www.steamboatlibrary.org/events.

Steamboat Weight Loss Challenge ends July 16

The Steamboat Weight Loss Challenge began Tuesday at Sundance Health Zone, 425 Anglers Drive, Suite E, and continues at noon on Tuesdays through July 16. The 12-week program costs $39 and advises proper nutrition and food choices and encourages exercise. Participants can join anytime during the program and will receive personalized coaching. For more information, call 970-871-0605.

Life coach Erik Landvik to hold forgiveness workshop

Life coach Erik Landvik will present a workshop on forgiveness from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Steamboat Christian Center. The program will focus on letting go of anger and hurt from past events. The cost is $10, and participants are asked to bring a lunch.

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