Soccer Ball Give-AwayThe Carbondale Soccer Club is accepting player registrations for boys and girls in divisions U6 through U14 for the spring season. League seasons begin on April 4. Information and registration forms are available at the Recreation Department in City Hall, at local schools, and from the Carbondale Soccer Club, 704-1838 or http://www.carbondalesoccerclub.org.Completed registration forms with fees received by Jan. 1 for U10-U14 and Feb. 15 for U6 and U8 will be eligible for inclusion in the club’s spring registration raffle (full-year sign-ups are automatically eligible for next season’s raffle). Prizes will include two scholarships up to $80 and soccer balls for each boys and girls age division. All players are encouraged to register as soon as possible to be included in the raffle and to avoid wait lists as team rosters fill up. Contra Dance DATE rescheduled The monthly Community Contra Dance has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, at the Masonic Lodge in Glenwood Springs. Beginners are always welcome. All dances are walked through and partners are not required. Cost: $7 per adult. Information: Don, 945-0350.Music on New Year’s EveMelody Hartman plays folk and blues from 6-9 p.m. New Year’s Eve at Creekbend Cafe in Rifle. CLASSES at the CLAY CENTERCarbondale Clay Center classes begin Monday, Jan.10. The next six-week session includes adult classes for all levels of experience, kids classes … something for everyone. All are welcome. Kids classes are $90, adults $144 plus firing fee for six weeks. Information: 963-2529, visit 135 Main St. or http://www.carbondaleclay.org. Sign up now, space is limited.Contact usThe Community pages are your pages in the Post Independent. We rely on readers to contribute news and photos to make these pages lively. They appear Tuesday through Sunday. “Postings” is the place for news of events, meetings and programs that people should know about.”Mountain Mailbag” is the place for news about people: births, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, retirements, military and academic honors, vacations, pets and goofy stuff. Kay Vasilakis edits Community pages submissions.E-mail your Postings or Mailbag item to email@example.com, mail or deliver a crisp copy to the newsroom at 2014 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, or fax it to 945-4487.E-mail your Postings or Mailbag item to firstname.lastname@example.org, mail or deliver a crisp copy to the newsroom at 2014 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, or fax it to 945-4487.
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