Habitat for Humanity for Summit and Wasatch Counties will hold a dedication ceremony for two 2005 twin homes in Heber City today at 4 p.m. at 400 South and 156 West.
The keys will be passed over to the two partner families after months of work and volunteer participation. Local resume writer to be published Angie Maizlish, a certified resume writer, certified employment interview professional and president of First Impressions, Inc. in Park City, has been selected to have her resumes published in the 3rd Edition of Barron’s "Designing the Perfect Rsum." Submission of rsums and cover letters for Barron’s "Designing the Perfect Rsum" was opened to members of the National Rsum Writers Association for the first time. Thousands of samples were submitted for publication, yet 100 rsums were selected from these writers. Angie Maizlish’s examples are the only ones selected in the State of Utah. Angie Maizlish, President of First Impressions, provides communication enhancement services to executives and students, including resume writing and interview coaching. Maizlish also offers national customized communication workshops, classes and seminars that teach how to make a great first impression. Maizlish recently relocated with her family to Park City from Plantation Fla., and has been helping students and professionals achieve their career goals since 1994. Law firm opens new office in Park City In the latest move to broaden its service area, Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough, a 130-year-old law firm in Salt Lake City, opened a new office in the BelleAire Building, 1960 Sidewinder, Suite 213 in Park City. Initially, the Park City office will staff a group of professionals whose legal expertise include family, real estate, employment, criminal defense, environmental and estate planning law. Jones Waldo is one of Utah’s oldest and largest law firms, tracing its roots to 1875 when the firm was founded by Utah’s U.S. Senator, Joseph L. Rawlins.
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