Briefs for Sept. 21
The grand opening celebration of the Loudy-Simpson Park Disc Golf Course will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday just west of the covered picnic shelter. The new nine-hole course provides a free place in Northwest Colorado for residents to exercise, hang out with friends, enjoy the great outdoors, and learn or better their game of disc golf.
The new disc golf course is sponsored by The Colorado Trust through the Healthy People 2010 grant initiative, Moffat County On The Move, Boy Scouts, the Moffat County Parks and Recreation Department, and the following Northwest Colorado businesses: Samuelson True Value, Sign Source, Craig Daily Press, The Memorial Hospital, Radio Shack, Northwest Pawn Shop, KOA Campground, American Northwest Realty, Instant Replay Sports and Draper Insurance Group.
Free discs and bottled water will be given to the first 75 attendees. Experienced players will be providing demonstrations and sharing tips for learning the sport and/or improving your game.
For more information, contact Elisa at the CSU Moffat County Cooperative Extension Office, 539 Barclay St., 824-9180.
Entries sought for homecoming parade
All Craig businesses and organizations that would like to show their support of Moffat County High School during homecoming are invited to enter the homecoming parade to be held Oct. 7. Call Susie Lord at 824-7036 for more information or to register.
Veterans help veterans who lost their homes
The American Legion was founded after World War I by veterans with the mission of helping veterans. This tradition of helping veterans continues today.
The American Legion posts, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion in Craig, Hayden and Steamboat Springs and Yampa and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Steamboat Springs Post and Steamboat Springs VFW Auxiliary are raising money to provide emergency housing assistance to veterans who have lost their homes as a result of hurricane Katrina.
This fundraising effort will run through Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
Donations may be made to the American Legion National Emergency Fund at any of the American Legion posts, First National Bank of Steamboat Springs or Moffat County National Bank. Donations should be made to the American Legion National Emergency Fund.
One hundred percent of all donations received will go to veterans who have lost their homes. All donations are tax deductible.
For more information, call Jim Stanko at 879-3936 or Gar Williams at 879-3732.
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