Craig briefs: Wedding Expo at Centennial Mall; Teacher of the Year nominations sought |

Craig briefs: Wedding Expo at Centennial Mall; Teacher of the Year nominations sought

Daily Press staff

The Wedding Expo, sponsored by Centennial Mall and the Craig Daily Press, is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Centennial Mall, 1111 W. Victory Way.

"If you're looking for wedding or prom or planning a party — any of those things — hopefully you'll find some of the resources to make your event a smash," Centennial Mall property manager Vicki Hall said.

The event includes about 15 area vendors who provide services for weddings and other events. Services represented include tuxedo rentals, photographers, caterers, hotels, party rentals, cakes, jewelry, makeup, home décor and more.

There will be a Maurice's fashion show at 2 p.m. at the west end of the mall.

Attendees also can enter to win valuable prizes, including a free engagement session and 16-by-20-inch mounted print from A Moment's Focus and a two-night getaway from Creekside Guest Cabin.

For more information, call the mall office at 824-7011.

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Teacher of the Year nominations sought

The Craig Daily Press is seeking nominations for its 2010 Teacher of the Year.

This is the fifth year the Daily Press will honor an area teacher for his or her commitment to students and for encouraging them to think outside the box.

Past recipients are Amy Pottinger, Rosie Crosthwaite, Sylvia Duncan and Deb Frazier.

To nominate a teacher, click here and locate the 2010 Teacher of the Year Nomination Form or pick one up at the Daily Press office, 466 Yampa Ave.

The deadline to submit entries is 5 p.m. April 30.

The winner will be notified in mid-May.

Call Michelle Balleck at 970-875-1790 or e-mail her at mballeck@craigdaily for more information.

Moffat County EMS to conduct drill

Moffat County EMS personnel will be conducting their annual emergency and mass casualty drill Saturday.

The exercise will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. at Craig Middle School and Yampa Valley Bank.

They advised residents to not be alarmed if noticing unusually high police, fire, and ambulance activities in the areas of the middle school and bank.

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