Briefs for March 10-13, 2007
International President’s award
Kathy Mears, director for the Park City Board of Realtors and sales associate for Coldwell Banker was honored with the International President’s Club award for 2006. This distinguished membership is limited to the top 4 percent of more than 126,000 sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker Real Estate System. For more information, call 901-9964 or e-mail http://email@example.com .
Women grant applications
The Zions Bank Women’s Financial Group announces the availability of applications for a series of micro-grants for women. The "Smart Women Grants" total $20,000 and will be provided to female candidates who excel in a variety of categories. It’s open to female residents of Utah and Idaho, applications are available online at
http://www.smartwomen.zionsbank.com or by calling (801) 594-8245. Applications are due June 29. Community peer review panels will select the grant recipients, to be announced in conjunction with Zions Bank’s fourth annual "Smart Women, Smart Money" financial conference slated for Sept. 27 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Last year’s grant winners included a shoe donation charity, a rural mental health agency, a voice coach, a Native American craftswoman, a child care center, sexual assault nurses, mentoring programs, and an arts academy. In order to receive business-related grants, female applicants must be business owners and the primary manager of the company’s day-to-day activities, or associated with a non-profit organization that directly benefits women.
St. Patrick’s Day menu
The Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant, announced its St. Patrick’s Day menu, which will be served March 16-17.
The Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant, which was recognized for Utah’s top European dining by Best of State the past three years, will feature such traditional Irish recipes as corned beef and cabbage, chicken and ham pie, beef stew with Guiness, pot roast pheasant, roast leg of lamb, watercress soup with Irish soda bread, steamed mussels and cockles with bacon, and poached salmon. Guests can finish off the evening with a chocolate whiskey cake or caramel apple cake, among other desserts. The Blue Boar Inn will feature their a la carte St. Patrick’s Day menu March 16-17 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 888-650-1400.
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