Briefs

Sheriff's office hosts weekend golf tourney

The Moffat County Sheriff's Office 17th annual Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday at Yampa Valley Golf Course.

There will be a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. The tournament will be a scramble format with a three-quarter team handicap.

Contests to include: closest to pin, longest drive, hole in one and more.

A hole in one wins $2,500. Tournament fees are $40 per player or $160 per team. Fees include a golf cart. All proceeds go to the scholarship fund, which has awarded more than $45,000 to Moffat County High School seniors.

All fees must be paid before the tournament. Call Rick Holford, 826-2308 or K.C. Hume, 826-2310.

Vacation Bible school offered for families

A vacation Bible school presented by the Alpha & Omega Creation Institute will be presented from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday through June 11 at First Baptist Church, 1150 W. Ninth St., in Craig. There will be classes for all ages, including adults. Call 824-5926 for more information, or e-mail fbcoffice2@juno.com.

Hot lunches available

for senior citizens

Sunset Meadows provides a hot lunch to senior citizens 62 or older. The lunches can be delivered to homes, or seniors can come to the dining room and eat lunch with other seniors from the community. The lunch is $2.50 if delivered or $2.25 if eaten in the dining room of Sunset Meadows 1. Call 824-3911 for more information.

Calvary Baptist Church hosts Bible school

Travel across the spectacular islands of Japan on a challenging race to win the ultimate prize. Racing teams will need more than good fortune to complete this race at Calvary Baptist Church's Vacation Bible School.

Calvary Baptist Church, at 1050 Yampa Ave., in Craig, invites children 4 years old through sixth-graders to the annual Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through June 11. A registration party, The Far-Out Far East Cool-de-Sac Classic, will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday. The Cool-de-Sac Classic will be a fun-filled hour of games, food and prizes. The whole family is invited to attend. Call (970) 824-5222 for more information.

Junior golf clinic will be held June 7 through 10

The Yampa River Junior Golf Association will conduct a golf clinic Monday through June 10. Children between the ages of 5 and 17 are welcome. The cost of the clinic is $20. Start times will be different for different ages. Enroll as soon as possible to be ensured a spot. For more information or to enroll, call Yampa Valley Golf Shop at 824-3673.

Summer reading

programs begin June 14

Moffat County Library's Summer Reading Club for ages 8 and older begins June 14 and runs through July 29. The Summer Reading Club will meet from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Participants will choose a book by authors Ronald Dahl, Gary Paulsen or Lynne Banks.

Moffat County Library Summer Reading Program begins June 14 and ends July 30. Registration starts June 14. Children can read 10 books or complete five hours of reading to finish each of the three levels. Prizes will be awarded for all three levels. If participants continue to read past the third level, they may enter a prize drawing.

Activity sheets will be available for children to take home. The popular treasure hunt will be offered again this year.

The program will conclude with a festival at the library from 2 to 4 p.m. August 5. Come in and sign up early for the reading program in June.

British soccer camp

coming to Craig

Craig Youth Soccer Association is sponsoring the Challenger British Soccer Camps in Craig from Monday through June 11.

The camps will be from 9 a.m. to noon for ages 5 through 8, and from 1 to 4 p.m. for ages 9 through 15.

The United Way is offering scholarships for children who may need help with funding. To register, contact Ray Dubois at (970) 826-6101 or (970) 824-1085 or at ray@trappermine.com.

Craig Elks challenge

others to help team

The Craig Elks Club is challenging organizations and businesses to help 23 Moffat County High School football players rent a bus to attend football camp in Wyoming.

This camp helps players fine-tune their skills for next season. The cost to rent the bus is $1,700, which includes the driver and gasoline. Craig Elks are putting $500 into the pot and challenge others to toss in what they can.

The Elks need the money turned in by Monday. Without the bus, the players will be forced to drive themselves and caravan to Laramie, creating a safety issue.

For more information, call Robin at 824-0323 or 859-4975 and arrange for checks to be picked up.

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