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The Wildlife Protection Society has established an "Adopt an Animal" fundraising program to help support their efforts. All gifts will be tax deductible. The society is also searching for volunteers for several different events. For more information, visit http://www.wildlifeprotectionsociety.com , or call 615-8309.

Bike registration

The Park City Police Department will soon begin a bicycle registration program to assign license decals to local bikes. The program will be offered to Parkites free of cost and registration will be available on paper and on line. Registration should open within the next few weeks. For more information, contact the Park City Police Department at 615-5505.

Shake your green building

The Swaner EcoCenter could be the greenest building in Utah and the technology used for the building will be on display at the Park Silly Sunday Market on lower Main Street on August 24. Volunteers and staff will present sustainable items like bamboo flooring and denim insulation as Swaner will be the featured Sustainable Issue Group at the market. For more information, call the Swaner Nature Preserve at 649-1767.

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