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News briefs for April 7

The Colorado Wilderness Network and the Trappers Lake Sierra Club will present a slideshow on “Wildlands at Risk” at 7 p.m. Friday at the Center of Craig.
The presentation explores special public lands worthy of protection and how current policies threaten their beauty. The presentation is free. Call Luke at 824-5241.

Students ski for free Saturday and Sunday
Students, faculty, and staff from Steamboat Springs, Craig, Meeker, Hayden, Rangely, Oak Creek, Walden, Yampa, and Maybell are invited to enjoy free skiing Saturday and Sunday, the final weekend of skiing in Steamboat.
Students, faculty and school employees check in at the Main Ticket Office to pick up their tickets. Proof of enrollment is required, so students need to bring copies of their report cards or other appropriate enrollment documentation. Additionally, proof of employment is required for faculty and school employees.
For family members, tickets will be available at the Main Ticket Office for $19 a day. Students and family members must pick up their tickets together.

Homemakers club
hosting open house
The Browns Hole homemakers club is hosting an open house from noon to 4 p.m. April 16 at Lodore Hall in Browns Park. Dinner will be served. Call Dora Watson at 824-2251.



Sunset Meadows seniors preparing for yard sale
Sunset Meadows seniors are preparing for their annual yard sale in mid-May and are looking for donations. Call Bev Lovelady at 824-5811.

Mormons, pregnancy center seek baby items
The Craig 2nd Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center are sponsoring a drive for baby items. Items must be new, homemade or store bought. Donations will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday through April 16 at Kmart, City Market and Safeway.




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