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Steamboat briefs: Hayden Activity Center has foosball, pingpong and pool

The Hayden Activity Center is open 6 to 11 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 4 to 11 p.m. Saturdays. Activities include pool, foosball, pingpong, video games and basketball. Call 846-9083 for more information.

Adopt a highway in Routt County miles are available

There are more than 25 miles of highway available within Routt County for adoption. Call Karen Schulman at 879-2244 for more information.

Volunteers who speak French are being sought

French-speaking volunteers are needed for assistance to non-English-speaking residents of Steamboat Springs. Call Anna at 870-3069.

Steamboat Education Fund Board seeking volunteers

The Steamboat Springs Education Fund is seeking people to serve on the Education Fund Board, the Educational Excellence Commission and the Capital/Technology Commission. Terms are for two years. The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board is a nonprofit, independent corporation that administers proceeds of the half-cent city sales tax to expand resources and enhance student achievement in the three Routt County school districts. To apply, or for more information, e-mail Mark at

Children's book club kits are available at library

Local children can start their own Kids' Book Clubs with Bud Werner Memorial Library's Book Buzz Kits. Each kit contains eight paperback copies of books and discussion questions for a variety of beloved titles for boys and girls ages 7 to 12. Kits can be checked out for six weeks. They can be reserved three months in advance by calling the library at 879-0240, ext. 314.

Library has 'Dog Days of Summer' children's program

Bud Werner Memorial Library invites users to be part of the "Dog Days of Summer," the new Read to Dogs Program at the library. Beginning readers ages 5 to 10 can drop in to the library's Story-time Room from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Aug. 2 to practice reading out loud to a trained Heeling Friends therapy dog. Do not bring your own dog. For more information, e-mail Barb Clark

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