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Vote for Business Woman of Year

The Park City Women’s Business Network is looking for interested parties to join the committee for the Business Women of the Year Award.

The 2007 Businesswoman of the Year award was Julie Wilson, the director of food and beverages at Deer Valley Resort for the past 23 years.

The award is presented at the business network’s annual fall fashion fundraiser.

Money raised at the event helps fund academic scholarships for a handful of women each year.

The committee will establish criteria for the award recipient, develop and distribute the nomination form, create a marketing strategy, review nominations and deliver finalists to the executive board.

To be part of the process, contact the Committee Chair, Shirin Spagenberg, at .

Merchant Mixer Thursday

The Historic Main Street Business Alliance will host its annual Merchant Mixer on Thursday, May 8 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Kimball Art Center. All merchants and business license holders in the Historic District are encouraged to attend. The HMBA will be presenting its new branding campaign and information on other programs that the group has been managing.

RSVPs to will be helpful but are not required. Refreshments will be served, courtesy of Irie Restaurant & Grill and Wasatch Brew Pub.

Questions can be directed to Sandy Geldhof at 658-9612.

Help Recycle Utah take out the trash

Summit County volunteers plan to pick up litter during a community clean-up day Saturday, May 10.

Recycle Utah’s "Pride in Your Park" runs from 9 a.m. to noon in Park City, according to a press release.

Volunteers should meet at City Park for continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m.

Organizers advise volunteers to bring work gloves and wear orange for safety. Bags will be provided.

Recycle Utah provides free lunch for trash collectors at noon in City Park.

For more information, call Recycle Utah at 649-9698.

To learn more about cleanup events on May 10 in Coalville, Henefer, and Kamas, contact Anita Lewis at 336-3200.

Motorcoach Company passes EPA test

A Salt Lake City based tour and charter motorcoach company recently added four low-emission diesel Setra S-417 buses to its fleet. "It is very important for us to be at the forefront of this technology," said Dick Maben, Park City resident and president of Utah Trailways.

Utah Trailways is one of the first motorcoach travel companies to meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s emissions standards.

The company

has been providing local and nationwide charter bus services as well as daily tours to The Wendover Nugget Casino, for more than 26 years, according to a press release.

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