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Additional names recognized by Park City Board of Realtors

The Park City Board of Realtors recognized top members of the profession on Friday night at an awards ceremony in Newpark Hotel. The article in the April 3 issue of The Park Record neglected to mention the names of eight people recognized with the board’s status as "Sustaining Masters." Those people are Barb Sanford, Carlyle Morris, Matthew Sidford, Nancy Erni, Mark Seltenrich, Jess Reid, Tevy Vetter and Maire Rosol.

Hand therapy officially part of Park City TOSH

TOSH’s physical therapy clinic in Park City has added hand therapy to its comprehensive and specialized list of orthopedic, musculoskeletal, and sports injury rehabilitation. TOSH’s certified hand therapists also specialize in the fabrication of customized hand and upper extremity splints and braces to help protect patients from injury while they’re healing, which often allow patients to return to work or sport.

Christy Sports celebrates 50 years

Christy Sports, a Colorado-based ski and snowboard retailer with several locations in Utah including Park City, marked its 50th anniversary last week with a celebration at Copper Mountain Ski Resort in Colorado.

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Hospital has new spokesperson

Amy Roberts was recently selected as the public relations officer for the Intermountain Park City Medical Center. She can be contacted at 659-1164.

U of U students in prestigious biz competition

A team from the Lassonde New Venture Development Center at the University of Utah was chosen from 339 business plan teams from around the world to compete in this year’s Rice Business Plan Competition. Charity Williams, graduating in May with juris doctorate; Sean Mills, graduating with an MBA and Justin Baker, a second year bioengineering Ph.D. candidate, make up the three-student team competing with a business plan they developed for ElutInc, a start-up orthopedic device company.