The monthly meeting for all professionals working with senior citizens in Summit and Wasatch counties will be held at the Road Island Diner in Oakley at noon on Aug. 27.
Volunteers sought for Family Festival
The Third Annual Fall Family Festival, supported by the Youth Winter Sports Alliance in conjunction with the Park City Ice Arena, will take place on Sept. 13.
The event will be held at the Park City Ice Arena & Sports Complex from noon to 4 p.m.
Volunteer opportunities are available in the following areas: Gates, hospitality, concessions, kids area and set-up/tear-down. For questions or to sign up to volunteer, please contact Ginger Ries at 435.640.1168 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Deer Valley introduces new mustard
Deer Valley Resort’s food and beverage operation is now offering their Fireside Fig Mustard, a popular condiment with visitors, through the company’s Signatures stores. The mustard was introduced last winter and was an instant hit. Four-ounce bottles sell for $5.75.
Livestock appraisal seminar in Twin Falls
The American Society of Agricultural Appraisers will offer a four and a half day Personal Property Appraisal seminar in Twin Falls, Idaho, on Sept. 24 to 28.
The seminar is approved by the Appraiser Qualifications Board in Washington, D.C., and meets 35 hours of the core education requirements of the board.
The seminar is targeted to those doing agricultural, personal property appraisals as well as those interested in entering the livestock, farm equipment and/or horse appraisal field.
Call 1-800-488-7570 or visit http://www.amagappraisers.com for more information.
66 North in Park City has new head
Justin Zak, an Alaskan-trained professional backcountry guide and avid outdoorsman, was named Western regional sales manager for the Iceland-based company.
Zak is a resident of Park City and moved to 66 North from Backcountry.com.
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Votes pour into the Summit County Clerk’s Office, with ballots from 57% of active voters already processed on Thursday before election
The system is working smoothly, an official said, and with the number of early returns, election night results might well reveal winners in local races even as some votes remain uncounted.