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High West Distillery

According to a press release, High West Distillery was recently named "Pioneer of the Year" in Malt Advocate Magazine’s annual Whiskey Awards. As America’s leading whiskey publication, Malt Advocate’s award recognizes High West’s innovative approach to developing unique and highly rated whiskies.

In addition to the Malt Advocate award, High West received two other awards last week. In its annual dining awards, Salt Lake Magazine awarded High West Distillery and Saloon with "Best Design," recognizing the exceptional design and ambiance that High West created when it renovated the historic National Garage. Finally, High West’s Executive Chef James Dumas won the top honor, called "Judge’s Choice", at the 7th annual Arts-Kids culinary cook-off and fundraising campaign for the local youth development non-profit. Dumas used all local ingredients in his Whiskey Barbeque Pulled Pork Parmesan Biscuit appetizer.

Bowling For Life

Image Reborn Foundation will hold Bowling for Life, a charity fundraiser on Sunday, April 3 to support women with breast cancer. The event will take place at Jupiter Bowl at Redstone Center in Park City from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Image Reborn Foundation is a non-profit that organizes no-cost weekend healing retreats for women with breast cancer. Community members can register and purchase tickets online for $25. For more information about Reborn or the Bowling for Life fundraiser please visit http://imagerebornfoundation.org .

American Red Cross Utah

The American Red Cross Association in Utah joins in relief efforts to support Japan. Currently, 390,000 people are housed in approximately 2,500 shelters. Necessities include food, drinking water and toilets. Homeless survivors are also in need of fuel to sustain fires for the remainder of the winter. To make a donation visit the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami fund at http://www.utahredcross.org . Donors can also text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

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