'Be Bold' nominations sought


The Women's Foundation of Colorado, or WFCO, is seeking nominations to honor 20 Colorado women leaders with the 20th Anniversary "Be Bold" Awards.

These awards will recognize the leadership of women who are positively impacting women and girls' economic self-sufficiency across the state. The WFCO needs your help identifying women leaders who are:

  • Change agents for women's and girls' interests
  • Who are breaking new ground in male-dominated fields
  • Who serve as an inspiration to others in this arena

To nominate a bold leader, download a form at www.wfco.org. The deadline for nominations is March 16. The WFCO will announce and honor the winners at The WFCO's 20th Anniversary Luncheon, to be held in Denver this fall.

Love & Logic in February

The Love & Logic Parenting class takes place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Moffat County Department of Social Services, 595 Breeze St. Love and Logic is seven two-hour classes designed to help parents develop strategies and skills. It costs $20 for the class and $10 for the Love & Logic Parenting workbook. Call Brenda at 824-8282, ext. 16, for more information or to enroll.

Snake in an apartment

A Braveson Manor Apartments resident stumbled onto baby python inside his residence Thursday night.

The snake got into the apartment from another residence inside Braverson Manor, police said. The owner was later located.

The resident was told that neither the Craig Police Department nor the animal control officers were responding to calls for service until February.

The python was turned over to apartment management.

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