This 8-year-old is undefeated against racers his age and competes against other riders up to age 15 to pursue his passion.
The Moffat County School District Board of Education took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night.
FBLA to attend competition in Vail in April
The DECA team of MCHS attended the state tournament from Feb. 22 to 25 in Colorado Springs, competing in numerous events.
Advocates Crisis Support Services is here to help victims in need. The agency that reaches out to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault started in a Craig basement in 1978. Since then, the nonprofit has expanded their space to offer a shelter for families who need a place to stay during a tough transition. The agency also added to their resources to reach as many people in the community as possible.
There may be some new elements to Northwest Colorado’s Connections 4 Kids, but even with differences in leadership and location, it’s still holding true to the same mission.
The group of men are known for their annual play about the happenings of the town but contribute so much more to the area each year.
Growing up in a small town can often instill boredom in young people, and this lack of activities can likewise lead to drug use among teens. That’s something the organization Grand Futures Prevention Coalition hopes to alleviate. Grand Futures focuses on combating substance abuse in the youth of Northwest Colorado by providing alternatives to and education about using materials that are harmful to their health.
Half of Craig’s children, ages six to 14, will at some point during the year head to the same spot after school: the Boys and Girls Club. That means: nearly 900 children during 2013 used the after-school program.
The Community Budget Center, formed in 1980, functions as a nonprofit business, offering a store’s worth of donated merchandise for the casual shopper as well as a little something extra for those who could use some aid of the monetary kind.
People with developmental disabilities who need a little extra help when it comes to transportation, healthcare and learning life-skills can turn to Horizons for support in all those avenues and more. The non-profit reaches out to adults with developmental disabilities via vocational and residential programs and provides day-to-day guidance to help their clients find success.
For people on the brink of homelessness or just in need of a little extra financial assistant, Love In the Name of Christ (Love INC) is here to help. The organization, in Craig since 2000, pulls resources from the church community to help people in tight financial situations get back on their feet.
The club is able to participate in worldwide projects as well as contributing to important services at home.
Every Moffat County resident likely benefited directly or indirectly from one non-profit or another. If they’ve ever shopped at the Community Budget Center, if their children have ever gone to the Boys and Girls Club, if they’ve ever turned to Craig Mental Health: they’ve used a resource funded by United Way.
The Craig Daily Press will host Coffee and a Newspaper from 7 to 7:45 a.m. Wednesday at the Village Inn.
The Squirt youth game Thursday at Moffat County Ice Arena resulted in a 9-0 defeat for the Cougars.