Steamboat briefs for Nov. 1
November 1, 2008
Healthier Living class to be offered in Craig
Steamboat Springs — A free, six-session Healthier Living class begins at Sunset Meadows I in Craig on Nov. 10 and runs from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Mondays through Dec. 15. The class will teach new ways to cope with ongoing conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, arthritis, asthma and more. Space is limited, and preregistration is required.
Call Mary Morris at 970-824-1135 for details.
Teen of the Month applications accepted
The Steamboat Springs Optimist Club is accepting applications for its Teen of the Month program. Area high school students and those interested can pick up applications from their school counselors, or by calling Rob MacCarthy at 871-7179. The program culminates in a May recognition dinner for all the recognized teens and a scholarship for the Teen of the Year.
Community Foundation to host free Webinar
The Yampa Valley Community Foundation hosts a free Webinar for nonprofit organizations about the revised IRS form 990 from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Yampa Valley Community Foundation offices on Anglers Drive. The revised IRS Form 990 sets a new standard for reporting by nonprofit groups. Steven Clarke, Form 990 Redesign Project Manager, will lead the presentation and answer questions. Call 879-8632 or e-mail email@example.com for details and to register.
Museum displaying wildlife photographs
The Tracks and Trails Museum, 129 E. Main Street in Oak Creek, is featuring Daniel Ellertson’s wildlife photographs on display on the Artist’s Wall. This exciting exhibit is free and open to the public for two months. All are welcome. With questions, call 736-8245 from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
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