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Letters to the Editor, November 20-23, 2010

Coaches, parents made it possible

Editor:

On behalf of the Continental Mity Mite team, I would like to thank all of our coaches: Cal Coleman, Dave Loyens, Ryan Tibbitts, Todd Keizer, and my Dad, Rey Butcher. I have been playing football for the last four years and this is my second championship. Every year I learn something new from our coaches. I know some parents think football might be dangerous or take too much of your time, but I didn’t just learn about the plays and the formations. I think that the whole team has learned a lot about sportsmanship and teamwork. Sure we hit the other team hard, but we help them up every time too! We didn’t just have a smile on our face for completing the play, but so did the kid that just got tackled. As team co-captain, I learned to be a leader and motivate our players. I know the coaches on every team spent a lot of their time and they spent a lot of money on pizza. All of our coaches have taught us so much that I finally want to say thanks. If you know any of these fantastic coaches, make sure you say Hi and congratulations. And to all of the parents that came out to watch us, thanks. We also want to thank the board. I am sure I speak for every kid in the league and can say we know that without our coaches and parents we can’t play. Thanks for being a volunteer and making it possible for all of us to be champions. Park City rocks! Thank you for printing this letter.

Ben Butcher

Co-Captain, 2010 Mity Mites Continental Champions

A great deal and a great cause

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Editor:

The local community is invited to participate in a great deal and a great cause! The great deal is that you can buy Park City Mountain Resort tickets for $25. The cause is Peace House.

Peace House thanks Park City Mountain Resort for their very generous support! The $25 tickets are valid from Opening Day to December 19. There is a limited quantity of lift tickets and they are going fast. You can purchase the tickets at the following locations: Cole Sports, Jans, Zions Bank at both Park City locations and The Sports Den located on Foothill Drive in Salt Lake City. Peace House thanks these businesses for their help in selling the tickets. All the proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit Peace House.

Peace House is a charitable organization dedicated to ending family violence and abuse in Summit and Wasatch counties through education, outreach, support services and shelter. The need for Peace House services has increased by 32% in the past year. Through education programs, Peace House has reached 5,000 students in the past year. We have helped 135 women and children through shelter services for a total of 2,594 nights. Peace House has provided outreach and support services to 800 women and children in the past year.

With the help of the community in supporting this fundraiser, we can provide even more services to empower women to break the cycle of family violence in their own lives and the lives of their children. So buy a ticket, have a great day of skiing and know that you are supporting a great cause!

Jane Marantz

Peace House board member

Park City: your support is amazing

Editor:

The People’s Health Clinic celebrated its 10th birthday in style last Monday night thanks to the generosity of Temple Har Shalom, Right at Home, Good Karma Catering, the Music Taxi, Smith’s Food & Drug, and the 14 bakers who donated birthday cakes.

The evening was a wonderful reminder of how our community has worked together for 10 years to make healthcare a reality for our uninsured neighbors. Thank you Park City for your amazing, continued support of our work. We can’t do it without you!

Nann Worel

Executive director, People’s Health Clinic

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