Alamosa Dems party caucus is March 3
ALAMOSA – Alamosa Democrats will hold an all-precincts party caucus on Thursday, March 3, at the Manzanilla Barn on Highway 17. The caucus meeting will begin at 6 p.m. Local Democrats will hear from primary election candidates and discuss their party platform.
The Alamosa County Democratic Party Assembly will be held on Saturday, March 19. It will begin at 10 a.m.
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Adult basketball rec leagues
in Monte Vista gear up
MONTE VISTA – Monte Vista Parks and Recreation is looking for sign-ups to its Adult Basketball Recreation League for men and women. The league is open to players 15 and older, and runs from March to May. Team fees are $350 and player fees are $35.
If you got game, sign up and play. Follow this link and hit the “Sports” tab.
Youth basketball camp in Monte Vista
A youth basketball camp for boys and girls in grades 7 through 12 will be held Aug. 2-4 at Monte Vista High School. Monte Vista Parks and Recreation is offering a 20 percent Early Bird discount through April 17. The shooting and ball handling camp is put on by Breakthrough Basketball. You can get more information on the camp here.
Smartphone app allows purchase
of state hunting and fishing licenses
DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife launched a new smartphone application this week that will make purchasing hunting and fishing licenses and state park passes easier. My CPW is the official mobile application for CPW’s license and pass purchasing system, IPAWS.
My CPW currently includes all CPW licenses without a carcass tag and non-vehicle park passes (individual and dog-off leash passes). Future phases could include OHV, snowmobile and boat registrations, interactive maps, weather alerts and other enhancements.
“The addition of the My CPW application will give our customers the ability to carry and display some of their licenses and passes digitally, and it’s another exciting step in making it more convenient for our customers to easily buy their hunting and fishing licenses and state parks passes,” said CPW Director Dan Prenzlow. “We’ll continue to explore options for making purchasing a license or pass even easier.”
Check out the My CPW FAQ document for more information or visit the My CPW section of the CPW website.
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