Keller Williams donates food
The Keller Williams Real Estate’s local market center’s charitable organization donated $2,000 to the 7th Annual Park City Turkey Drive. The event took place on Nov. 20 and 21 at the Market at Park City. In addition to financial donations, canned goods were also collected. It is estimated that the Keller Williams financial and canned goods donations will help feed over 1,000 people.
Alpine Sports Medicine opens new office
Alpine Sports Medicine of Park City has a new office in Salt Lake City to better serve clients commuting between the two cities. The first office opened in 1999 and the original partners have been working together in the Park City area for over 15 years. The new location is at the mouth of Parley’s Canyon at 2645 E. Parley’s Way. Appointments can be made through the Park City office at 645-9095.
Alta now open
Alta ski resort had a "sneak preview" limited opening Nov. 15 and 16, but officially opened for the season Friday Nov. 21. There are now four resorts open: Alta, Snowbird, Brighton and Solitude. Park City Mountain Resort is planning to open this Friday, Nov. 28.
Canyon Sports Offers Ski and Snowboard delivery service
Canyon Sports has announced ski and snowboard rental delivery service to the Utah ski industry. Ski Rental Delivery by Canyon Sports now allows skiers and snowboarders to have their skis, snowboards, discount lift tickets, and other equipment delivered to the comforts of their home, condo, or hotel. For skiers and snowboarders this means no more standing in line or having to haul everyone to the ski shop. This new service is available in the Salt Lake Valley, Park City, Deer Valley and The Canyons. Canyon Sports is currently looking for partners (hotels, condos, etc.) to offer this service to their clients. For more information about the delivery service go to http://www.canyonsports.com
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A longtime Park City activist expressed worries that another Winter Olympics could exacerbate some of the issues the community as of today struggles to address. Rich Wyman’s comments were some of the only public statements in recent months addressing concerns about the efforts to stage a second Games.