Trapper Fitness hosting agility course during Moffat County Fair: Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 9, 2017
August 8, 2017
Trapper Fitness hosting agility course during Moffat County Fair
Trapper Fitness Center will partner with Craig Fire/Rescue for the Firefighter-Like Agility Course and Fun Run at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.
Teams of three to five people will test their physical capabilities on a special course. All ages and experience levels are welcome, with anyone under 18 required to be on a team with their parent or guardian.
All participants will receive a free hat from the event, with prizes going to the winners.
The cost is $20 per team with proceeds benefitting local charitable causes.
Registration must be completed by 8:30 a.m. near the grandstands, or teams can register at Trapper Fitness, 261 Commerce St.
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For more information, call 970-824-6932 or visit Trapper's Facebook page.
Family Cast 'N Blast returns to Wyman Museum Aug. 19
Colorado Parks and Wildlife, in cooperation with the Wyman Museum, Northwest Colorado Outfitters Chapter, Mule Deer Foundation, Nine Mile Guest Ranch and Northwest Pawn, will host a free Family Cast 'N Blast, from 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 19 at Wyman Living History Museum, 94350 E. Highway 40.
CPW officers and volunteers will help anyone interested in learning the basics of shooting, archery and fishing in a fun, family environment.
"This event has been very popular in the past, and we expect another great turnout," said District Wildlife Manager Jeffrey Goncalves of Maybell, in a release for the event. "Especially for kids, nothing beats learning along with parents, brothers or sisters, or guardians. It will create some great memories for everyone."
All angling equipment will be available free of charge, however participants can bring their own fishing equipment if they prefer. CPW will provide all firearms and archery equipment. No personal firearms or bows are allowed.
Participants can enjoy a free dinner and everyone should bring sunscreen and appropriate clothing to protect from the elements.
Anglers 16 and older must have a current fishing license to participate in any fishing event.
For more information, contact CPW's Meeker Service Center at 970-878-6090.
Shoot Saturday in Sheriff's Office golf event
The Moffat County Sheriff's Office Golf Tournament takes place Aug. 12 as officials and community members alike join to apprehend a dimpled suspect on the links of Yampa Valley Golf Course.
The tourney features a 9 a.m. shotgun start with a registration fee of $60 per person or $240 per team for the range, green fees and carts.
The event is limited to 36 team with gross and net payouts. Door prizes and a silent auction will be offered.
Proceeds will go toward the agency's high school scholarship fund.
Registration is available at Moffat County Public Safety or at YVGC.
For more information, contact 970-826-2302.
Rally for the Cause golf tourney Aug. 16
Rally for the Cause Ladies Golf Tournament will tee off Aug. 16 at Yampa Valley Golf Course as a fundraiser for Moffat County Cancer Society, sponsored by Memorial Regional Health.
The event is a four-person scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. All experience levels are welcome and no handicap information is required to register.
The cost is $40 for entry — not including greens fees and carts — and lunch.
Players are encouraged to wear pink.
Also included this year is a silent auction for a golf package for four at Steamboat Springs' Catamount Ranch. Bids start at $400.
Registration is available at YVGC with a deadline of noon Aug. 14.
For more information, contact 970-824-9656 or email@example.com.
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