Business Briefs for Sept. 8 through Sept. 11
Park Meadows "Best Course in Utah"
Park Meadows Country Club in Park City was named the best private course in Utah by Salt Lake Magazine. Park Meadows Country Club offers golfing and swimming from spring until fall, plus cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on-site during the ski season, according to a press release. "We could award this one ‘best looking’ with its waterways, wooden bridges and refurbished greens," Salt Lake Magazine wrote about the course. The country club also hosts a full calendar of dining events and social activities, and it has partnered with Blue Sky Adventures to offer even more activities to members, including horseback riding, fly fishing, mountain biking, clay target shooting, archery, wildlife tours and kayaking. For more information about PMCC, visit http://www.parkmeadowscc.com.
PCWBN Woman of the Year Nominations
The Park City Women’s Business Network is accepting nominations for the PCWBN Business Woman of the Year Award now through Sept. 17. The annual award was created in memory of Candy Erickson, a Park City Councilwoman who died of colon cancer complications in 2011. PCWBN asks those submitting nominees to visit the website and fill out an online application. To submit a nominees for the Woman of the Year Award, visit http://www.parkcitywomensbusinessnetwork.net for the submission form.
State accepting applications for science and technology award
The Utah State Advisory Council on Science and Technology is accepting nominations for the 25th annual Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology awards, an annual award presented to Utahns and businesses. Nominations can be made in one of five categories academic, science education, industrial-individual, industry-company and government. To nominate an individual or business, applicants must fill out a one-page form to initiate the process. The form can be accessed at http://business.utah.gov/governors-medals. Nominations should be addressed to Tami Goetz, the Science Advisor for the Governor’s Office of Econmic Development. Nominees must meet specific requirements detailed in the "Procedures and Criteria for Selection" document found at http://business.utah.gov/Procedure-Criteria and must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Sept. 17.
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