Briefs Oct. 27-30, 2007
Deer Valley hosts Halloween blood drive
Employees of Deer Valley
Resort will host their fourth annual
"Transylvania Tea Party" blood drive
on Halloween. The Transylvania
Tea Party Blood Drive is the creation
of Deer Valley staffers who wanted to
help local health care facilities augment their
blood supplies. Members of the
public are also invited to donate blood.
The blood drive will take
place Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. in the 2002 Room, located on
the main level of Snow Park Lodge.
Walk-ins will be accepted, but
because of the popularity of the event,
Deer Valley organizers encourage
donors to make an appointment. Light
refreshments will be provided. Donors
must come to the blood drive with
a photo ID, be 18 or older and weigh
at least 110 pounds. To find out if you
are eligible to give blood, visit
the ARUP Blood Services Website at utahblood.org. For more
to schedule an appointment,
contact Erin Grady at 1-800-424-
3337, 645-6522 or visit
Powdr Corp. hires Kenny Lentz
Powdr Corp. recently named Kenny Lentz the new director of information technology and services. Lentz will assume his corporate role immediately. He continues to direct technology services at the company’s flagship ski resort, Park City Mountain Resort.
Senior Vice President and CFO for Powdr Corp., Richard DesVaux, says Lentz "has proven himself to be a leader in the information technology arena, not only through his work at our existing properties, but most recently during the acquisition of Killington." DesVaux says, in his new assignment, Lentz will manage Powdr’s technology partnerships and assist in defining Powdr Corp.’s strategic technology initiatives, including enterprise infrastructure, eCommerce development, information technology operations and network management.
Recycle Utah sponsors bilingual
Recycle Utah and the Park
City Lodging Association will sponsor
a training program for customer service, housekeeping, restaurant and
maintenance staff on Tuesday,
Oct. 30, at the Park City Peaks Hotel.
The training will explain the proper disposal of hazardous materials and recyclables. The sessions are less than 60 minutes long and are designed for the service staff of hotels, property-management companies, restaurants, resorts and other businesses in Park City.
Session I will be held in English at 9 a.m.; Session II will be held in Spanish at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per employee. Those attendees not sponsored by an employer are welcome to attend free of charge.
Utah Women’s Democratic Club luncheon
The Utah Women’s Democratic Club luncheon will present guest speaker Rebecca Walsh, columnist for The
Salt Lake Tribune, on Saturday,
Nov. 3, at 11:30 a.m.
The luncheon will be held at Olio’s Restaurant at the Sheraton City Centre, 150 West 500 South in Salt Lake City.
The cost is $17 at the door.
The Utah Women’s Democratic Club
was established in 1896 and is the oldest Women’s Democratic Club
in the United States.
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Tourism revenue increased month over month this summer, the Park City Chamber/Bureau reported, but lodging numbers are still off 22% for December. Officials reported a recent uptick in bookings, though, pointing to a modicum of certainty after ski resorts announced their COVID-related opening policies.