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Wilderness Club

The Wilderness Club at Park City High School is encouraging students to celebrate Earth Day by riding their bikes to school on Friday, March 21.

Honor Roll

Erin Kaufman, a freshman at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington received academic distinction for the fall 2005 semester. Daughter of Roger and Lou Kaufman, she earned a 3.5 g.p.a. or higher during the fall 2005 semester

McPolin PTO event

The Parent Teacher Organization at McPolin Elementary is holding a spring carnival at the school on Saturday, April 22 from noon to 4 p.m.

Wristbands for the event will go on sale this Thursday and Friday after school. Presale prices are $20 per wristband and 5 tickets for $1. At the door wristbands will cost $25 and tickets will be $.25 a piece.

A wristband gives you access to games, blowups, a magic show, story time and food.

Finding feathered friends

Park City Community Education is offering a new class for children in third through fifth grade titled Finding Feathered Friends. In the first class kids will learn the importance of birds, how to identify, attract, feed and provide appropriate housing for Utah birds, and will receive a bird identification book. They will also assemble a wooden bird feeder to fill with food and take home. Teacher JB Leonard is certified in birding biology from Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Friday April 21 and 28 from 2-4 p.m. To register go to http://www.pcschools.us or call Jane at 615-0215.


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