Briefs: Wednesday, Sept. 19 |

Briefs: Wednesday, Sept. 19

Community partners to host child care providers recruitment

The Colorado Department of Human Services’ Division of Child Care, in collaboration with other community partners, is hosting an early childhood providers recruitment meeting in Meeker.

Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Meeker Town Hall, downstairs meeting room, 345 Market Street. Community members interested in becoming licensed to provide child care are invited and encouraged to attend to learn about licensing requirements and the process to become a licensed provider. Parents are also welcome to attend. For more information, call Sharon Kelley at 879-1948.

Preserving the Last Frontier Meeting

Preserving the Last Frontier will conduct it’s monthly meeting Saturday, Sept. 29, at Sunset Meadows I in the second floor library at 1:30 p.m. The program will be about homesteading around the Craig area, given by Doris Zimmerman. Meeting is open to the public. For more information call 824-6761.

Tai Chi for Health

The Northwest Colorado VNA hosts Aging Well Tai Chi for Health every Monday, at the Journey of First Baptist at 1:15 p.m. There is a $3 requested donation per class. Call 871-7676 for more information.

Korn Kountry

If you miss the TV show “Hee Haw” then don’t miss out on the Korn Kountry dinner & show! Bella Voce Chorus is going to bring the hilarity to the Pavilion this Saturday. The evening promises lots of korny jokes, laughter, singing and dancing with a great dinner too.

Don’t miss your chance to get your tickets to reserve your seat for this Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Pavilion. Tickets are only $25. Get your tickets from any Bella Voce member or the Craig Chamber of Commerce. For more information, call Heidi Jensen at (970) 824-2738 or Brenda Hershiser at (970) 620-2025.

Bella Voce Chorus, formerly Sweet Adelines, is raising money to take the choir to the International Competition.

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