Briefs for Feb. 19
February 18, 2005
Salazar to hold planning workshop in Steamboat
U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar will visit Steamboat Springs next week to hold one in a series of regional issues workshops that he is organizing throughout Colorado to develop an agenda for action on projects and issues vital to Colorado’s communities. He has invited local elected officials to brief him about the top priorities for the regions they represent. The senator has divided the state into 10 planning regions, and by holding meetings in each region, it will enable him to identify concerns and priorities for every part of Colorado.
Information gathered at these workshops will be compiled, and Salazar will use it to develop his legislative agenda in Washington, D.C.
“Coloradans know best what they need in order to improve their lives, their communities and their land,” Salazar said in a prepared statement.
The Steamboat Springs meeting will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Olympian Hall.
Daffodils will be sold
to benefit Hospice
Daffodils will be sold March 16 to support Hospice and the care it gives to terminally ill patients in the Yampa Valley. Daffodil bunches are $5 and will be sold at City Market, Safeway and Off the Beaten Path Bookstore. Call 879-1632.
Children invited to design logo for soccer tournament
Children are invited to enter a logo design contest for next summer’s Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament. The logo will be used for the 2005 soccer tournament on all print materials and T-shirts. Logo contest entry forms are available at The UPS Store in Central Park Plaza and must be returned by March 31.