The Park City School Board will not meet for regular or work sessions during the month of July. The next school board meeting is on Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Sebastian Gobba of Park City recently earned his associate of arts from Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana.
Park City Library summer programs
On Wednesday, June 28 the Park City Library is hosting Joel Reese, a Nashville recording artist, in the Jim Santy Auditorium. His guitar picking performance for all ages will be held at 11 a.m.
Summer reading programs for youth are now underway and will continue until August 27.
The child’s program, Paws, Claws, Scales and Tales is for those from birth to age 11. Those who are interested may pick up a packet from the library that includes games and helps track the hours children read.
To complete the program children must read five hours and will then be eligible for a drawing. For each hour students read they will earn a puzzle piece to put on the library wall to help complete a giant puzzle.
Teenagers 12 years old and up may participate in Creature Feature. They must read five books and complete three free choice items such as a DVD, tape or video. Creature Feature members earn puzzle pieces for each book completed and for finishing the program they may enter in a drawing for a gift certificate to Orion’s Music.
Kid’s reading activities are held every Tuesday at 2 p.m. for all ages and include writing, poetry, crafts, puppetry and more.
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