Business briefs, March 18-21
March 17, 2017
CCofPC seeks Easter basket donations
The Christian Center of Park City, a nonprofit aimed at serving people in need, is seeking donations of Easter baskets to give to children in the community. According to a newsletter from the Christian Center, people are asked to donate completed baskets, featuring items like crayons, small toys, books and individually wrapped candy. The nonprofit is hoping to gather 100 baskets by the April 6 deadline. Donations can be dropped off at the lobby of the Christian Center, at 1283 Deer Valley Drive. For more information, visit ccofpc.org.
Chamber/Bureau seeks survey feedback
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is asking members to fill out an annual survey about how the organization's events, communication and operation can better serve its membership. According to a newsletter from the Chamber/Bureau, the surveys were recently emailed the primary contacts on file for members. The survey will be available until 5 p.m. on March 22. For more information, or to confirm the primary contact in the Chamber/Bureau database, members are encouraged to call 435-658-9600. The organization's website is visitparkcity.com.
Summit County Scouts seek food donations
Boy Scouts in Summit County will be gathering food donations Saturday, March 18. According to a press release, Scouts have been delivering door hangers throughout the area in recent weeks — homes that have received one are asked to place food donations in a visible place outside of their homes by 9 a.m. In Park City, food will be donated to the Christian Center of Park City, while food gathered in places such as Coalville and Kamas will be given to the Community Action Agencies. In addition to food, disposable diapers, hygiene products and cleaning products are also needed.
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