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Business briefs, Oct. 25-28, 2014

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Park City clinic honored

Intermountain Park City Round Valley Clinic is among 46 Utah physician offices to be honored with the 2014 HealthInsight Quality Award. According to a press release, the award is given to clinics that "incorporate patient engagement tools and strategies into their care processes; use care management methods regularly; participate in a data reporting quality initiative; and achieve exemplary performance on nationally-recognized quality measures related to diabetes, cancer screening, and immunizations."

Adopt-A-Native Elder rug show

The Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program is having its annual Navajo Rug Show and Sale Nov. 7 through Nov. 9 at Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Lodge. According to a press release, in addition to the opportunity to buy authentic Navajo rugs and jewelry, the event gives attendees a look into Navajo culture. It will feature demonstrations of weaving and singing, among other traditions. Tickets for the event cost $5 per day, though admission to an auction on Nov. 7 are $30 for adults and $10 for children ages 12 or younger. For more information, visit anelder.org.

Lunatic Fringe Salon Charity Event

Lunatic Fringe Salon, 4343 N. State Road 224, is holding a charity event for breast cancer survivors Oct. 27, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Jared Briggs, the salon’s owner, said the salon will be giving haircuts and styles to several breast cancer survivors, and will also do their makeup. The event will be catered and the salon will also be giving out gift bags. There are a handful of spots still available for survivors to participate in the event. Those interested are encouraged to call the salon at 435-658-0298.


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