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Briefs for June 2

Marathon volunteers needed for Sunday race

Volunteers are needed for the 24th annual Steamboat Marathon Saturday and Sunday. Volunteers will receive an event T-shirt and lunch on race day. For more information, call 879-0882, ext. 208, or stop by the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association office at 1255 S. Lincoln Ave.

Kiddie Kuddler, Doak Walker seek volunteers

Yampa Valley Medical Center is looking for volunteers to help with its Kiddie Kuddler program and to help residents in the Doak Walker Care Center. Call volunteer coordinator Mindy Fontaine at 870-1146.

Subaru owners invited to ‘Park-n-Boogie’

Local Subaru owners are invited to attend Steamboat’s free “Park-n-Boogie” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 18 at the Colorado Mountain College parking lot overlooking town. Call 870-4479.

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4-H Club to host 10th charity horseback ride

The Steamboat 4-H Club will host the 10th annual charity horseback ride to benefit the St. Jude Research Hospital at 9 a.m. June 18. The ride travels from the Red Dirt Trailhead on Rout County Road 129 to Strawberry Park Hot Springs, where lunch is served and discounted admission to the pools is available. The ride then returns to C.R. 129. Call 879-2968.

Artists needed for summer Torian Plum Art Walks

Artists are being sought to participate in Torian Plum’s summer Art Walks, which will take place July 15 and 29 and the weekend of Aug. 12 to 14. Call Shawn Donnelly at 879-6296.

Vendors asked to partake in Hayden Summerfest

The Town of Hayden Rec–re–ation Board is seeking vendors of crafts, children’s items and garden items for the fourth annual Hayden Valley Summerfest, to be held July 2. Vendors must have or apply for a Colorado state sales tax license and a Hayden sales tax license. If interested, call Lindsay at 276-3741.

Volunteers sought for medical botany program

Volunteers are sought to help with research in a medical botany program that is part of a nature conservation restoration project. World Park Educational Institute, a Steamboat Springs-based nonprofit, will host the program. Call 879-8179.

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