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Craig briefs: Raffle to benefit injured Craig man

— Tickets now are available for a raffle drawing to support the family of Ricky Bustad, a local man injured in a May motorcycle accident west of Hayden.

Bustad is hospitalized in Denver.

Tickets cost $10, and the prize is a one-quarter processed beef.

All proceeds will go to Bustad and his family.

Raffle tickets are available at Cook Chevrolet, where Bustad worked, Masterworks Mechanical, Natural Healthcare Center, Cornerstone Realty, Golden Cavvy, Bear Valley Dental or by calling 826-0100 or 701-9023.

The deadline for purchasing a ticket is Aug. 1.

There is also a donation account set up in Bustad’s name at Bank of the West, 139 E. Victory Way.

Geocaching Saturday at Loudy-Simpson

The Brown Bag Meet and Greet will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Loudy-Simpson Park. Bring GPS, your family and a sense of adventure. There will be raffle gifts, as well as a grand prize. The event is free. For more information, visit http://www.geocaching.com or call 824-5105.

Wild Horse art show includes state artists

The seventh annual Wild Horse and Western Art Show and Sale will take place today and Saturday at the SCM Parish Center, 624 Bridger Ave., in Rock Springs, Wyo.

The Wild Horse and Western Art Show and Sale aspires to help “preserve our Western heritage by exposing the public to fine art images of the history and nature of the West,” according to a news release from event organizers.

This is accomplished by providing an opportunity for artists to showcase their works to the public and for the public to purchase those works.

This year, 33 artists were juried into the competition, which is one-third more than past years. Artists are from the Rocky Mountain region and as far away as Virginia, Florida and California.

The opening reception and awards presentations will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Tickets are available at the Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce, Community Fine Arts Center and High Desert Art Galleries.

The show continues at 9 a.m. Saturday with the competition exhibition and the artist booths available to see throughout the day until 6 p.m. Admission on Saturday is free.

Started in 2003, the art show was organized as part of the Wild Horse and Burro Show sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and the Sweetwater Events Complex.

Registration ongoing for springboard classes

Craig Parks and Recreation now is taking registration for springboard diving classes.

The course is open to ages 12 to 17, and will meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Craig Swimming Pool Complex, 605 Washington St.

Classes start Tuesday and will run through Aug. 6 at a cost of $35. For more information, call 826-2029, or sign up at Craig City Hall.

Caregiver support group meets Thursday

The next meeting of the Hayden/Craig Caregiver Support Group is scheduled for 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association office in Craig, 745 Russell St.

The meetings alternate monthly between Craig and Hayden. Respite Care is the focus of the Thursday meeting. For more information, call Karen at 875-1888 or Diane at 875-1891.

CNCC to promote industrial programs

Colorado Northwestern Community College will host an open house later this month to promote its industrial programs.

The open house is scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Craig campus’ Industrial Sciences Building, 305 Mack Lane. The visit will focus on CNCC’s automotive technology, industrial electrician and power plant technology programs.

Visitors will have an opportunity to meet program instructors, tour the Industrial Sciences Building and learn more information about enrollment.

For more information, call 824-1111.


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