Briefs for Oct. 31
United Way is accepting funding applications for three programs.
Applications for the programs are available at 651 Yampa Ave. Groups should call 824-6222 to request applications by mail or e-mail.
The deadline to deliver applications to the United Way office is 5 p.m. Jan. 13.
Moffat County United Way funding applications are available to nonprofit health and human service agencies and organizations providing services in Moffat County.
Human Resource Council funding applications are available to nonprofit agencies and organizations providing services in Moffat County.
Moffat County High School students’ El Pomar Youth in Community Service funding applications are available. Organizations providing services or programs for education, youth and family services on the Western Slope of Colorado are eligible to apply for funding. The organization must be a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
High school offers
driver education class
Driver education classes begin Tuesday in Room 310 at Moffat County High School. Participants must be age 15 by January. Classes meet 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. A sign up sheet is available in the Moffat County High School office.
The class costs $150, payable to the Moffat County High School. Payment includes driver education instruction and behind-the-wheel lessons. For more information, call Brad Moore, 824-7036, ext. 1220.
Public employee group will meet Thursday
Members of the Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association on Thursday will discuss the group’s investments, finances and legislative issues at a shareholder’s meeting in Craig.
The group will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the School Administration Building Board Room, 775 Yampa Ave.
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