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Business Briefs for May 19-21

Christian Center schedules open house

For 10 years the Christian Center served our community from its location on Iron Horse Drive. This January it moved to 1283 Deer Valley Drive. After extensive renovations the Center is proud to invite the public to its Open House celebration Thursday, May 20, from 4 to 7 p.m. Tours of the building, live music, door prizes, and refreshments will be provided. Call Terry at 435-649-2260 ext 11 for more information.

Clarification: Trinity Academy is independent

Trinity Academy, a classical school in the Roman Catholic Tradition, was profiled in the May 12 issue of The Park Record. Even though the article said the school was independent, the founders say there has been confusion and would like to clarify its relationship with the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City: "Although the diocese wishes Trinity Academy well in its educational endeavors, the school, which is run independently by Catholic laypersons, is not affiliated with the diocese and uses the National Association of Private, Catholic and Independent Schools as its guide in determining curriculum and policies."

Correction: Maw has experience in health care

Attorney Barbara Maw was the featured "Marketplace" article in the May 12 issue of The Park Record. The following correction about her services was submitted: "Ms. Maw has both personal and professional experience addressing issues involving health care. This includes advocating health care issues on behalf of the policyholder (patient) as well as addressing issues involving the insurance contract i.e determining whether there is coverage. She has represented both patients and insurance companies making her uniquely qualified to advocate on behalf of the patient. Having a technical background (as a biochemist) allows her to understand the medical aspects of illness, to further assist the patient."


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