Steamboat briefs: Success Steps luncheon to start at 11:30 a.m. Thursday
February 8, 2012
A Success Steps luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at Steamboat Smokehouse is titled "Human Resources Basics for Entrepreneurs."
The luncheon costs $15, which includes the seminar and a buffet lunch. Topics that will be covered include: hiring and termination practices, orientation and training concepts, performance evaluations, legal issues, important policies and where to find resources and human resource tools online.
The program will be led by Randy Rudasics, manager of Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus Small Business Resource Center. Register by calling 970-870-4491.
Volunteers, sponsors for horse show series needed
The Yampa Valley Horse Show Association is in need of volunteers and sponsors for its annual horse show series. Those interested should attend an organizational meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Contact Christina with questions at 970-871-4567 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers sought for dual slalom bike race on Friday
Volunteers are needed for the dual slalom bike race Friday at Howelsen Hill. Call Chris Johns at Wheels Bike Shop at 970-870-1974 or the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club at 970-879-0695, ext. 100.
Organizers seek help with Telemark World Cup event
The Telemark World Cup is from Monday to Feb. 18 in Steamboat Springs. Event organizers are seeking volunteers to help with gate judging, timing, course work and more. Volunteers will earn Steamboat lift tickets. Contact email@example.com or 970-879-0695, ext. 108.
Steamboat nurse releases a book about alcoholism
Christie L. Appel, a nurse at Yampa Valley Medical Associates in Steamboat Springs, recently released a book called "Christian's Story: Our Family's Triumph Over Alcohol." The book is about Appel's son struggle with alcoholism through interventions, rehab and jail, according to a news release. The Appel family hopes "Christian's Story" brings faith and encouragement to children who have been affected by alcoholism.
"Addiction has been a generational problem with my family and it became time to draw a line in the sand," Appel said in the release. "It was a devastating time in all our lives, but we are recovering one day at a time."
Anti-tobacco poster contest held for Steamboat students
The Non-Cigarette Retailer Licensing Coalition is sponsoring a poster contest for students. The theme is "What I can do to make the world tobacco-free.” Students can get their poster template in the Steamboat Springs elementary, middle or high school offices. Completed posters should be turned in to the Kick Butts Day box in each school's office by March 14. Prizes will be awarded in each school on March 21, and winning posters will be published. Kick Butts Day is a national day for youths across the U.S. to speak out against tobacco. Call Vicki Barron at 970-875-1883 with questions. Learn more about Kick Butts Day at http://www.facebook.com/supportnctrl.