Business briefs for July 3 6
Liquor Store hours change slightly
All three of Park City’s liquor stores now comply with new state store hours that began Thursday as part of a cost-saving measure. New hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. That means the Snow Creek Drive location will be open an hour later.
July 4 buy lunch from Sunrise Rotary
The Park City Sunrise Rotary Club will continue its July 4 tradition of selling pulled pork sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, cold water, beer, soft drinks and more at City Park. All workers are volunteers and proceeds help fund the club’s charitable activities. Sponsors this year include Coalition Title; IGES, Inc.; Loughlin Water Associates and US Bank.
Delta attendants may soon vote on unionizing
The National Mediation Board an agency that resolves conflicts between unions and companies recently ruled that effective, last Thursday, companies may no longer assign "no" votes to workers who do not participate in elections over unionizing. That decision opens the door for flight attendants with Delta Airlines to vote on whether to join the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA.
No Park City Career Network meeting
The Park City Career Network is not meeting Monday, July 5 or July 12. Contact Ellen Silver with questions at email@example.com@ajlrenewal.com.
Rotary Club has new officers
New officers for The Park City Rotary Club were selected Wednesday evening. The list of new leaders is as follows:
President, Rich Fine
Past President, Linda Tillson
Membership Chair and President Elect, Jim Hier
Secretary, Guillermo Zelaya
Treasurer, Alex Butwinski
International Chair, Judy Tukuafu
Club Service, Diane Foster
Public Relations, Robbie Beck
Community Service, Mike Ruzek
Vocational Services and Miners Day Parade, Joe Rametta
Fundraising, Kimberly Kuehn and Meeche White
Paul Harris/Foundation, Joe Cronley
Interact/RYLA Jess Reid and Mike Florence
Dictionary project, Larry Warren
Reality Town, Melissa Garland
Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto "Service above self." The Park City Rotary Club is comprised of local leaders and professionals that have banded together to make a difference.
Mac MacQuoid was presented with Park City Club Rotarian of the Year Award. Mac organized the International Skiing Fellowship of Rotarians annual ski week held in Park City this past season. He also organized the donation of an ambulance for a village in Mexico.
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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.