Speech team seeks tourney judges

Area briefs for Feb. 1


The Moffat County High School Speech and Debate Team seeks judges for the district tournament it will host later this month.

The tournament runs from 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 16 and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 17 at the high school, 900 Finley Lane.

Judge training is from 7 to 8 p.m. Feb. 15 at the high school.

For more information or to volunteer, call adviser Eric Hansen at the high school at 824-7036, ext. 7319, or email him at eric.hansen@moffatsd.org.

Beefmobile to visit meeting in Meeker

Beef producers attending the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers Association annual meeting on Saturday, Feb. 3, will be treated to a visit by the Beefmobile as it displays results of the Beef Check-off Program. The display shows how dollars are spent when contributed to the Beef Check-off program, which includes research and promotional efforts in the beef industry. Producers are invited to ask questions and give input as to how check-off dollars should be invested. The Beefmobile project is conducted on behalf of America's beef producers and the Cattlemen's Beef Board, by the National Livestock Producers Association.

Send romantic stories to Craig Daily Press

Do you have a great love story? How you met? How you've stayed together? A special date? Send a brief story (150 word limit) to the Craig Daily Press about your romantic tale as we count down to Valentine's Day. Photos are encouraged. At least one story will be turned into a feature. Email stories to jraehal@craigdailypress.com, or send or drop off stories at the Daily Press office, 466 Yampa Ave.

Kiwanis Play tickets

go on sale Friday

Tickets for the 61st annual Craig Kiwanis Play go on sale Friday evening.

Doors at the Veterans of Foreign Wars, 419 E. Victory Way, open at 5 p.m. Friday. Tickets go on sale at 6 p.m.

T-shirts with a custom design for this year's play are $15 each and are available in the VFW basement. Hooded sweatshirts, available in large and extra large, are $35 each.

Proceeds from shirts benefit the Kiwanis' scholarship fund. All sales are cash or check.

WFCO seeks 'Be Bold' nominations

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

Breaking new ground in male-dominated fields

Serving 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.

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