Business Briefs for July 14-16
Stein Eriksen Lodge chef cooks for charity
Stein Eriksen Lodge’s decorated executive chef Zane Holmquist is scheduled to participate in a lineup of charitable and community-outreach programs over the next several months. Holmquist will go to Ohio July 17 to participate in a program the chef helped launch with renowned food vendor Chef’s Garden: the 8th Annual Chef’s Garden Food & Wine Celebration to benefit the Veggie U Children’s Program. On Aug. 1, Holmquist will gather with more than 40 other Utah chefs at Solitude for the annual Taste of the Nation to support Share Our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger. On Nov. 13, he will volunteer for the March of Dimes Signature Chefs of Utah auction in Salt Lake City.
KeyBank hosts food drive
KeyBank is inviting clients, employees and community members to bring food and monetary donations to any of its 38 Utah branches until Aug. 31 in support of its sponsorship of Utah Food Bank’s Summer Business Food Drive. Participating Park City area branches include 1555 Snow Creek Dr. and the Kamas branch at 80 N. Main St.
Utah Food Bank always experiences extra need during the summer months as food and cash donations typically taper off during June, July and August.
Correction on Vein Center telephone number
The July 10 Marketplace story on Mountain Medical Vein Center and Medspa incorrectly listed the telephone number. It is 435-649-VEIN (8346).
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Gov. Cox announced that the state’s mask mandate in schools would end for the last week of classes. Park City School District officials strongly recommended that students continue to wear masks. South Summit officials anticipated they would not require masks for the final week.