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Briefs for Feb. 5, 2013

The band Beyond the Wreckage will perform a concert at 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, at the Fairgrounds Pavilion in Craig. Other bands also performing are Biological Meltdown, Alcaeus, Decretum, and ICO. Cost is $5/person.

The Annual Meeting for Colorado First Conservation District and Mineral and Surface Rights Workshop will be at 6 p.m. on Tues, Feb. 19th at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion. All landowners are encouraged to attend. The meal will be potluck with the district providing table service, meat and drinks. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share. There will be awards and drawings for prizes. We will have Dan Davison address mineral rights issues and Jeff Comstock will speak about surface rights. RSVP to the district at (970) 824-3476 or at 145 Commerce St.

The Colorado First Conservation District is taking orders for seedling trees. The trees will arrive the last week of April. The average cost of each tree or shrub is less than $1. A wide variety of plants are available to plant this spring but species are limited. Residents are encouraged to order early. Residents must own an acre or more of land to participate. Order forms are available at the BLM, CSU Ext. Office or the district office at 145 Commerce St. For more information, call 824-3476×101



The Craig Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors invite you and your staff to a Business After-Hours mixer from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, February 15, at Craig Powersports, 2607 E. Hwy 40. This event is hosted by Wyman’s Winter Festival and Craig Powersports. Bring the family and kick off the weekend at this mixer where everyone will have the chance to meet Justin Hoyer, three time X Games medalist, and get his autograph. Attendees will stay busy chatting with Lou Wyman, checking out the new inventory at Craig Powersports and eating dinner all while having the chance to win tickets to the Winter Festival. RSVP by calling (970) 824-5689


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