Briefs for Dec. 26, 2011: FFA fundraiser scheduled for Wednesday and Jan. 4
Moffat County FFA alumni will pick up and dispose of discarded Christmas trees Wednesday and Jan. 4 for a $5 fee.
Residents must call to schedule a pickup time. Proceeds will go toward a scholarship for graduating Moffat County High School seniors who are members of FFA.
For more information or to schedule a pickup time, call Dave Summers at 819-2915, Sarah Wiseman at 629-5039 or Paula Duzik at 326-8049.
Parenting class to begin in January
Registration is being accepted for a free parenting class scheduled to begin in January.
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The class takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays from Jan. 10 through March 27 at the Moffat County School District administration building, 775 Yampa Ave.
Dinner will be served during the weekly event, and activities will be provided for children. Classes are also open to grandparents raising children.
Participants must register for the class, and space is limited. The registration deadline is Jan. 6.
For more information or to get a registration form, call Sandy Beran at 871-7682.
Horizons offering free developmental screenings
Horizons Specialized Services, 439 Breeze St., is offering free developmental screenings for children from birth to age 3.
The screenings will address questions about when children should be walking and speaking as well as concerns about hearing and vision.
To make an appointment for a screening, call Judy at 824-7381.
MCHS Class of 1992 schedules 20-year reunion
The Moffat County High School Class of 1992 has set the date for its 20-year class reunion.
The reunion is scheduled for June 14 to 17, 2012.
The organizing committee scheduled the reunion for the same weekend as Whittle the Wood Rendezvous to provide classmates and their families a broad range of activities.
Details for the schedule of reunion events will be released at a later date.
For more information, or to help organize the reunion, call Chris Jones at 620-4155.
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