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Men's Health Discussion

Nurse practitioner Maggie Jahries and pharmacist Karin Carestia will lead a discussion about male menopause on Wednesday, April 17, at the Jess Reid Building, 750 Kearns Blvd., from 6:15 p.m. until 7:15 p.m. Men have a hormonal milieu just as complex as women, and influenced by a wide variety of factors including diet, lifestyle habits, environment and age. The two will discuss how men can optimize health by making these factors work in their favor, or mitigating harmful effects. Women are also welcome to attend. Light, healthful snacks will be provided. For more information, email

Winter Sports School Informational Meeting

The Winter Winter Sports School will hold an informational meeting on Thursday, April 18, at the Day Lodge, located on the second floor of the Utah Olympic Park, 3419 Olympic Parkway at Kimball Junction, from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. The discussion will regard the school’s transition to becoming a charter school in 2014. For more info, visit or call (435) 649-8760.

Spiro Arts Residency Deadline

The deadline to apply to the Spiro Arts Artists in Residency program that will run from May 13 until June 24 is Friday, April 19. Applications can be found by visiting . Founded in 2007, Spiro Arts Artist in Residence program features a diverse community of visual artists, composers and writers from around the world. The program grants residents the opportunity to live and work as a part of a creative and supportive community, in a beautiful historic setting. Criteria of selection includes overall quality of work, originality, and potential for growth. For more information, visit or by emailing or calling (435) 649-6258 .

South Summit Debate Garage Sale

South Summit High School debate class will hold a garage sale at the high school, 45 S. 300 East in Kamas, on Saturday, April 20, from 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. The event is a fundraiser for the debate team to participate in a national competition.

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