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Datebook for July 15

Friday, July 15

Noon. Northwest Colorado Cares, an opposition group to the proposed nuclear waste disposal site, will meet at the Golden Cavvy. Call Terry Barrie at 824-2260 if you plan to attend.

4 to 9 p.m. A Colorado Cares project is at Moffat County’s first Habitat for Humanity home restoration at 745 Yampa Ave. The project is sponsored by the Craig Second Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Luther Church of Grace and First Congregational Church of Craig. Other community members are welcome to help with the project. Bring a main dish, dessert, hammers, crowbars, brooms and garbage bags. Drinks will be provided. Call Melinda Bobo at 826-2679 or Susan Croteau at 824-7377.



7 p.m. There will be a Class of 1985 reunion at the OP Bar and Grill. Call Rodney at 824-2325.

7 p.m. A Teen Poker Night, featuring Texas hold ’em, will be held at the Boys & Girls Club of Craig. There is a $5 admission charge.



7 p.m. The Ride-N-Tie Rodeo is at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

Saturday, July 16

7 a.m. The Yampa Valley Landlord Association will hold a training session in the Red Cross Building. Call 824-7120.

2 p.m. The Craig Branch of the Moffat County Libraries will host a Harry Potter gathering to celebrate the newest release in the series, “The Half Blood Prince.” Refreshments will be served. Call 824-5116, ext. 405.

2 p.m. The Caregiver Support Group meets at Sandrock Ridge Care and Rehabilitation Center. Call Regina Grinolds at 824-3985.

2 p.m. There will be a Class of 1985 reunion barbecue at the Shadow Mountain Clubhouse. Call Rodney at 824-2325.

5 p.m. The Ride-N-Tie Rodeo is at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

Monday, July 18

5:30 p.m. The monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees for the Moffat County Libraries is at the Craig branch. Call 824-5116.

6 p.m. The Bears Ears Sportsman Club will hold a bowling pin shoot. Call Doug at 824-5190.

Tuesday, July 19

8:30 a.m. The Moffat County commissioners meet at the courthouse.

Wednesday, July 20

10 a.m. The Conservation Districts of the North Platte/White River/Yampa Watershed hosts a watershed workgroup at the Routt Community Building, 1255 Lincoln Ave. in Steamboat Springs. Call Jean Ray at 879-3225.

Thursday, July 21

5:30 p.m. Hayden’s Colorado Days celebration features a bratwurst picnic at the park in Hayden.

6 p.m. The Yampa Valley Landlord Association hosts its summer picnic at the Columbine Pool.

6:30 p.m. The Moffat County School District Board of Directors meets in the boardroom of the School Admin–istration Building.

7 p.m. The Craig/Rural Fire Protection District board of directors meets at the fire station.

Friday, July 22

10 a.m. Shriners’ 16th annual fund-raising golf tournament starts with registration at Yampa Valley Golf Course. The tournament starts at 11 a.m.

4 p.m. A Colorado Cares project at Moffat County’s first Habitat for Humanity home restoration at 745 Yampa Ave. is from 4 to 9 p.m. The project is sponsored by the Craig Second Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Luther Church of Grace and First Congregational Church of Craig. Other community members are welcome to help with the project.Call Melinda Bobo at 826-2679 or Susan Croteau at 824-7377.

5 p.m. Hon. John Kane, senior judge of the U.S. District Court in Denver and member of numerous commissions on drug laws, will speak about the war on drugs and its effects on the criminal justice system as part of the free Seminars at Steamboat series at Centennial Hall in Steamboat.

Saturday, July 23

9 a.m. Register for the Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center’s second annual Walk for Life fund-raiser, which begins at 10 a.m., starts at The Center of Craig. There will be a five-kilometer walk and run followed by a barbecue at the Moffat County Fairgrounds covered picnic area. Call Sandy at 824-5204.


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