Briefs Feb. 16-19, 2008 | ParkRecord.com

Briefs Feb. 16-19, 2008

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Recreation RAP Tax applications accepted this month

Organizations in Summit County wishing to be considered for the 2008 RAP Recreation Tax grant can start applying, a press release states. The Recreation RAP Tax application will be available February 1-29. Applications may be can be downloaded online at http://www.summitcounty.org or by contacting Susan Ovard at Summit County (435) 336-3025, (435) 783-4351 ext. 3025 or (435) 615-3025.

The deadline for submitting applications is 5 p.m. on Feb. 29 at the Summit County Library at the Richins Building, 6505 N. Landmark Drive in Park City; at the Commission Administrative Office at 60 North Main in Coalville; at the Kamas Library, 110 N Main in Kamas; or by mail, postmarked by Feb. 29, 2008.

The application provides an outline of the specific criteria and eligibility requirements the Advisory Committee uses in the selection process.

The committee is chaired by Tim Douglas of Park City; Kurt Daenitz of Snyderville; Kathy Sorenson of Oakley; Kathy Apostlakos of Snyderville; Julie Simonds of Park City; Marla Garfield of Henefer and Meg Steele of Park City.

New sales associates join Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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Brett Ammon, Carol Coleman, Bob Donaldson, Patti Jury, Steve Jury and Colleen Kullk recently joined the Park City office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.. Ammon, Jury and Kullk are experienced agents from Snow Peak Realty. Coleman is a graduate of Stringham Real Estate School. Donaldson is an experienced agent from Keller Williams Realty.

Coldwell Banker offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services. For more information, visit http://www.UtahHomes.com .

Wild Oats to offer HealthyBaby cooking classes for parents

Wild Oats is offering locals the opportunity to learn how to make nutritious, tasty and easy meals for their babies and also to prepare fun, healthy recipes for the whole family, a press release states.

Participants will first learn how to make some of HappyBaby’s most popular baby meals, and, using those same meals, will discover how to create a delicious and nutritious dinner the whole family can enjoy. In addition to a hands-on cooking class instructed by Chef Robert Perkins, sous-chef at the four-star restaurant Franck’s, Rose Maizner, community marketing specialist for HappyBaby, will provide a brief nutritional presentation and will give away HappyBaby Nutrition Manuals, written and endorsed by pediatrician Dr. Sears.

The Wild Oats Cooking Class is on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 6:30 p.m. All interested parents and children are invited to attend. Park City Wild Oats is located at 1736 Redstone Center Drive at the Redstone Towne Center. Admission is free and participants will receive a coupon valid at any Wild Oats store. For more information about HappyBaby’s, visit http://www.happybabyfood.com.

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