Cathi Locati is the new Director of Spy Art at 632 Main located inside the Silver Queen Hotel building corner of Main and Heber Ave in Park City. Locati is a practicing, professional artist and brings over 15 years experience in sales and marketing to the position along with a BA in Communications and Art minor from EWU in Cheney, Wash. Locati has spent the past year as Founder/Executive Director of Burnt Purple Corporation in Holladay, Utah an artist’s non-profit educational facility and retail gallery specializing in teaching artists the business of art: sales, marketing and accounting. She is owner of Locati Artisan, Inc., which provides custom made fine art to high-end clientele. She is a realism oil portrait and figurative painter for custom made fine art, large format paintings and murals. Spirit of Excellence program donates funds to nonprofits
Seventeen Utah nonprofit agencies received gifts early this holiday season, adding up to a total of $61,000 from the PacificCorp Foundation for Learning, the charitable arm of Utah Power. The organizations were chosen to receive donations by Utah Power employees and project teams, as part of the company’s annual Spirit of Excellence employee recognition program.
Fifty community agencies across six Western states are receiving a total of $114,000, thanks to the 2004-05 Spirit of Excellence Award recipients. The majority of this funding will go toward serving children’s needs, and providing assistance for medical organizations and social service agencies.
In Utah this year, the largest donation went to Primary Children’s Medical Center, which was chosen by six Spirit of Excellence award-winning teams to receive a combined $14,500. Three other Utah agencies also received more than $5,000, including the Huntsman Cancer Institute-$6,000, Prevent Child Abuse Utah-$6,000 and Emery County Care and Rehabilitation Center-$9,000. Other organizations across the state to receive funding through the Spirit of Excellence program were The Road Home, YMCA of Salt Lake/Battered Women’s Center, National Federation of the Blind of Utah, Junior Achievement of Utah, LDS Humanitarian Aid, Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes, Crossroads Urban Center, Motheread/Fatheread Utah, Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake, Boys and Girld Clubs of Brigham City/Box Elder County, Boys and Girls Clubs of Cache County, Castle Valley Center, Wasatch and Summit County Children’s Justice Center.
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