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Public Service Announcements: May 19, 2016

Santa Fe Trail Festival (SFTF) vendor application deadline approaches

TRINIDAD — The TLAC Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the SFTF vendor booths. We already have 23 committed vendors (food and non-food vendors) but we still have plenty of space to fill. This year, we are making an attempt to take things back to the old west days when pioneers traveled the Santa Fe Trail. We hope to see many folks show up in old west costume and get into the theme.

We have some awesome events and bands scheduled as well as carriage rides, horse-shoes, beer garden, chili contest, and lots of other fun things to do for adults and kids.

Interested vendors can email the chamber and I will send you the vendor forms. The fees are as follows: $75 for non-food vendors, $125 for food vendors, $50 for non-profits (non food), and $100 for non-profit (food).

Food vendors must submit a Colorado food license and proof of insurance. Sales tax information from all vendors is also required. The festival starts on Friday June 10 and goes from 5 pm to midnight. Saturday, June 11 it will run from 10 am to midnight. Email: TLAC Chamber of Commerce tlacchamber@outlook.com or call 719.846.9285

Invitation to submit proposals for signage

HUERFANO — Huerfano County Board of County Commissioners are soliciting proposals from Local Artists for Frontage Signage at the Raymond Aguirre Community Center in Gardner. Proposals should conform to sign specifications available at the Huerfano County Administration office, 401 Main Street, Suite 101, Walsenburg, CO 81089. Specifications can also be obtained electronically by request from John Galusha, County Administrator, at john@huerfano.us . Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm on June 20, 2016 at the above address or via e-mail to john@huerfano.us.

Drop City Counterculture Museum seeks donations

TRINIDAD — The Drop City Counterculture Museum is supported by the Trinidad Community Foundation’s Fiscal Sponsorship program, but needs help from the community to meet their goals. This new project will be a “far out, spread out, drop in drop out, pop in and out, drop art, pop-up museum”. Community members can help get the museum rolling by donating today. Please make your tax deductible donation payable to: Trinidad Community Foundation and write DCCM in the memo. Mail checks to Drop City CM, PO Box 418,

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