Craig briefs for Aug. 23
Wyman hosts fun-filled day today
Craig — Come out to Wyman Museum today for a fun-filled day for the whole family. There will be cars, ATV’s, snowmobiles, motorcycles, antiques, kids clothes, toys, crafts, parts, racing gear and tools. Food will be served all day. There will be swapping and selling until 3 p.m.
There also will be children’s games, face painting, a craft table for the children and wagon rides. The Mountain Men will be set up with displays and available to answer your questions. There will be a Flap Jack feed from 6 to 10 a.m. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served for lunch. Come out and register to win a Arctic Cat 700 or 650 2008 ATV. Early Birds are welcome.
For more information, call Teresa Stoffel at 824-7848 or Nicky Boulger at 824-6346.
Annual seatbelt safety reward program starts
Local teenage drivers may get the shock of their lives in coming weeks when an officer pulls them over for doing something right: wearing their seatbelts.
This year marks the 14th anniversary of the Craig Police Department’s safety belt awareness program, which is aimed at rewarding good, legal behavior. Teen drivers who are pulled over by on-duty CPD officers and are wearing their seatbelts will receive a prize donated by more than 40 local businesses. And with between 200 and 300 prizes to give out, CPD will be busy looking for safe drivers – and their passengers, who also can receive prizes for being buckled up.
The program is aimed at being a “purely positive contact,” according to CPD officer Bryan Gonzales, and even if the teen drivers are pulled over and found to not be wearing a seatbelt or to have passengers not wearing a seatbelt, tickets will not be issued. Those breaking the law just won’t get a reward, he said.
For more information about the safety belt awareness program, call Gonzales at 826-2360.
VNA holding annual meeting Wednesday
The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association and The Haven will hold their annual meeting, “Creating Aging Linkages for Healthier Communities,” at the Steamboat VNA office, 940 Central Park Drive, Suite 101, in Steamboat Springs on Wednesday with events starting at 4 p.m.
A business meeting and employee recognition will take place from 4 to 5 p.m., and Chris Katzenmeyer of the Consortium for Older Adult Wellness and Penny Studebaker of the Healthy Aging Unit at CDPHE will speak at 5 p.m. about the aging in today’s society from a local, state and national perspective.
Refreshments will be provided. This is an open meeting, and the public is welcome to attend.
For more information, call Suzi Mariano at the VNA at 879-1632.
Social Security planner visits Craig Monday
Do you have questions about your Social Security benefits? David Nelson, a Social Security Benefits planner will be at the Independent Life Center, 483 Yampa Ave., on Monday beginning at 9 a.m. to answer questions about your Social Security retirement, SSI, or SSDI benefits; and to help you solve benefits problems.
To make an appointment, call Nelson at 970-256-2457 during regular business hours. There is no charge for this service.
For more information, call Evelyn at 826-0833.
Pictures sought for memorial golf tourney
Organizers are seeking pictures of Jack Kelly for the Jack Kelly Memorial Golf Tournament on Sept. 28. For sponsorship or tournament information, call Stephanie at 326-6578.
School sport physicals offered Sept. 5
The Northwest Colorado Community Health Center, located at 745 Russell St. will offer school and sport physicals starting at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 5. Physicals are by appointment only and cost $30. The Community Health Center is unable to bill private insurances. A discount may apply in certain cases. For more information or to make an appointment, call 824-8233.
A veteran in Moffat County is facing a handful of felony charges after police say he broke into a family member’s gun safe while on drugs when they confronted him for pawning an expensive tool.