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Routt County in photos: March 22, 2014

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Keith Fortune was one of the stars of Horizons’ Milestones Idol karaoke contest Feb. 27 at the Chief Theater. Fortune performed Madonna’s “Borderline.” The event is emblematic of the many community organizations that collaborate with Horizons on events that enrich the lives of its clients. Photo by Tom Ross

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Horizons’ new transitional independent living project, Soda Creek Apartments, was built with the help of a $1.27 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Photo by Tom Ross

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Horizons Board President Bob Grover, left, future resident Don Pearce, thumbs up, and Horizons Adult Services Coordinator Tatum Heath stopped by the new Soda Creek Apartments on Eighth Street Apartments this week to check on furniture deliveries. All seven of the Horizons clients set to move in should be in their homes within two weeks. Photo by Tom Ross

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Horizons counselor Scott Larson, left, and Alyessa Yeagher, twist and shout at the Horizons Valentine’s Dance. Photo by Tom Ross

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Horizons Special Services client Mark Leftwich (left) and Colorado Mountain College student Tiffany Russell, right, enjoyed the Valentine’s Dance at CMC on Feb. 11. Photo by Tom Ross

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Colorado Mountain College student Brayson Pope, left, and Horizons client Bruce Rule, center, were dancing up a storm at a Valentine’s party hosted by CMC on Feb. 11. Photo by Tom Ross

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Colorado Mountain College students Tiffany Russell (left) and Abby Hayashida joined the conga line with Horizons client Bruce Rule during a wild Valentines Dan hosted by CMC’s residence association. Photo by Tom Ross

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Steamboat Moon Shadows. Submitted by Matt Helm.

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Around the corner. Submitted by Mark Ruckman

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Steamboat skier River King skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit skier Alden Hilden skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Kenzie Radway spins off a jump Saturday during a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. She ended up as the overall girls champion from the event. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Riley Jacobs skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's David Schlicht skis spins off a jump Saturday during a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Elizabeth Lemley skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Vail's Rory Swimm flies off a jump Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Anna Whittier skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Alexa Mordini skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Vail skier John Leseur skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit's Cole Campbell flies high Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit skier Max Duxbury skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Bryce Greive skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Freddy Rawles of Purgatory skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Sam Chasin of Winter Park skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat skier Riley Hodges skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat Springs skier Owen Petersen gets all twisted Saturday during a moguls competition on VooDoo Run at Steamboat Ski Area. The event drew nearly 100 aspiring freestyle skiers and challenged them with one of their biggest tests of the season. Steamboat J5 skier Kenzie Radway was the overall girls champion, ahead of Winter Park's J3 skier Anna Whittier in second and J3 Team Summit skier Alexis Langer in third. J4 skier Frankie Giaccio of Vail was the boys champ. His J3 teammate Ezra Cope was second and J4 Summit skier Max Duxbury finished third. Other age group champs included Sage Michel of Winter Park in the girls J4 division and Steamboat's Elizabeth Lemley in the girls J6 age group. On the boy side, Cole Alexus from Purgatory was first in the J5 division and teammate Freddie Mickel was first in the J6 group. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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River Radamus, of the United States Training Academy, has deep Steamboat roots and returned to Howelsen on Saturday for the SmartWool Championships slalom race. Radamus slid in his first run, finishing 25th despite having one of the best second-run times of the day. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Aspen's Tristan Lane was the boys' top finisher Saturday at the SmartWool Championships slalom race. Lane used a two-run time of 1:23.61 for gold. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Jack Keane finished third overall in Saturday's slalom race as par of the SmartWool Championships at Howelsen Hill. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Steamboat's Sara Gezon was the top local finisher in Saturday's SmartWool Championships slalom race on Saturday at Howelsen Hill, placing second. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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The KRAI & 55 Country Spring Expo had local businesses showing off their products, especially what's new in 2014, to members of the community at Centennial Mall on Saturday. The annual event attracted a crowd throughout the day. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Steamboat's Madeline Boucher slices down Howelsen's face in her second run of the SmartWool Championships on Saturday. Boucher finished 17th. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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The Madonnas perform during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Participants warm up in the hot tub during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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HIS Minions team members perform during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Spectators watch as a team jumps into the pool during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Members of the Manic Training team jump into the frigid waters at Lake Catamount during the Penguin Plunge. About 90 people on 15 teams participated in the event. Photo by Matt Stensland

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The Yampa Valley Medical Center SportsMed team takes the plunge during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Melissa Welu hurries to the other side of the pool during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Judge Ron Spangler scores a team during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Alpine Bank employees, from left, Adam Alspach, David High and Tom Krabacher re-enact a scene from "Three Amigos" during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Healthcare Foundation for the Yampa Valley Executive Director Liz Finegan provides a little pep while dressed in a penguin suit during the Penguin Plunge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Team Spirit members, from left, Mary Gills, Carol Sitlington and Laura Tomcek jump into the frigid waters at the Lake Catamount clubhouse Saturday during the annual Penguin Plunge fundraiser put on for the Healthcare Foundation for the Yampa Valley. The event raised $85,000 for a planned breast health center at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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From left, Ryan Peck, Skyler Chalmers, Connor Chalmers, Kale Beckett, Micheal Profuma, Olivia Profuma and Mackenzie Cuevas, the members of the Speerdogs, practice working together for Destination Imagination. DI is an educational program for kids elementary ages and up with activities in a variety of school subjects encouraging teamwork to create a competitive presentation. The Speerdogs and Cool 6 will be representing Craig and Moffat County at a state event April 12. Courtesy Photo/Michele Chalmers

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Summer Dorr was in goal for the second half of Steamboat Springs' lacrosse match against Eagle Valley on Friday. Submitted by William James Dorr.

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Summer Dorr got an assist during Steamboat Springs' game against Eagle Valley on Friday, when she had a short pass to Lexi Look, who took it coast to coast, drew a penalty and got the penalty shot. The girls team won, 10-9; Lexi Look came back from a wrist injury to carry the gals to their first home win. Submitted by William James Dorr.

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Clockwise from bottom left, Sunset Elementary School students Emaleigh Papierski, Allison Jacobson, Abbe Adams, Alexa Neton and Emma Jones flash the Cool 6 team symbol, while Hannah Kilpatrick, center, holds high her medal and the symbol for No. 1 following their first place victory at the Destination Imagination Western Slope Regional Tournament. Eight teams from Moffat County participated in the event March 15, with three qualifying for a state-level competition April 12 in Denver. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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