Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Monday, April 7

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Good morning Steamboat Today readers.

• Sunday marked the 12th year of North Routt's annual Chili Cookoff, where dozens of county residents packed Hahn's Peak Roadhouse to sample chili and appetizers to raise money for Clark schools. Community makes 12th annual North Routt Chili Cookoff a success

• Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports is rolling out a new mentorship program this summer, pairing up high school students with clients living with autism to recreate and engage in outdoor activities. STARS launching new junior mentor program for autistic youths

• The season went out with a huge bang for Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders, who tallied seven championship finishes, 26 total podiums and 24 more top-10 showings last week at the USASA National Championships at Copper Mountain. Steamboat snowboarders reap big rewards at nationals

• The process continued Saturday for the Steamboat Springs High School girls lacrosse team. The Sailors traveled to play at Durango and came away with a lopsided loss, 16-2. Steamboat girls lacrosse falls at Durango

Monday Medical: Cancer is not pretty

Healthy Eating: Carrot-Cashew Soup

LiveWell Northwest Colorado: Key to choosing healthier foods is reading the labels

Health briefs: Community Blood Drive is Thursday at YVMC

Steamboat briefs: Applications for Ski Town Lions Club scholarship due

The Record for Saturday, April 5, 2014

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