Briefs for Feb. 10-13, 2007
Discovery Properties announces new agent
Discovery Properties welcomes Rebecca Felton as the newest agent joining the team. Felton has been a resident of Kamas in Summit County for the past 10 years and her relatives have owned property and lived in the Peoa area since the early 1970s. Previously, Felton was the vice chairman of the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition for 10 years and was appointed to the Summit County Library Board as a Trustee for six years. She remains an avid advocate of the library system. She was also awarded a scholarship to the Park City Leadership Class IX in 2002-03. She was an administrator and teacher for the Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center for seven years and served as the director of its summer youth program for two years. Contact Rebecca at Discovery Properties – 85 So. Main Street in Kamas at (435) 783-3400, (435) 640-4123, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mexico needs eyeglasses
Dr. Robert S. Briggs, in conjunction with VOSH (Volunteer Optometric
Services to Humanity) and Park City Lions, is going to Mexico for a humanitarian mission in order to do short visual exams and deliver used glasses to the needy of Nuevas Casas Grandes. The people can always use glasses, especially reading glasses. If you have glasses please drop them off at any Lions collection box or directly to Dr. Briggs’ office at 1920 Prospector Ave., parking lot K.
Legal issues seminar
A free legal issues seminar for small and large businesses, presented by Lynn Richardson, will take place Feb. 21 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Department of Workforce Servicese at 1385 South State Street in Salt Lake City. The seminar will discuss what questions can be asked on an application and in an interview that do not create conflicts with EEOC regulations regarding fair treatment of job applicants. People attending will learn how to formulate questions that provide relevant information for making a selection decision. To attend, R.S.V.P. with Misty Barry at (801) 468-0245 or e-mail email@example.com.
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