Sub for Santa
North Summit middle and high schools are collecting donations Dec. 3 – 19 for Sub for Santa, a United Way program that provides gifts for children between 18 months and 14 years of age. They will be delivering the gifts to needy families throughout the school-district area. For more information, call North Summit Middle School at (435) 336-5678 or North Summit High School at (435) 336-5656.
Santa Claus is coming to Wasatch Campus
On Monday, Dec. 10, from 6 to 8 p.m., Utah Valley State College’s Wasatch Campus in Heber City will provide crafts, cookie decorating and caroling in the Wasatch Lobby. At 6:30 p.m., Santa plans to visit the children. The event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Katie Young at (801) 863-6618.
Santa Claus is coming to Park City
For pictures with Santa, face painting, cookie decorating, magic acts and more, visit the Miners Hospital on Dec. 12 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. There will be Christmas caroling, the Jeremy Ranch Elementary School choir will perform, and the community tree will be lit. Be sure to dress warmly and bring an ornament to decorate the tree. For more information, contact Denise at (435) 615-5819.
11th annual Angel Trees for the Peace House
The Soaring Wings Parent-Teacher-Student Organization, in conjunction with the Domestic Peace Task Force, have prepared two Angel Trees in support of the Peace House, a safe haven for women and children of domestic violence. Each angel hanging on the trees has been made by a Soaring Wings Montessori student and describes an item needed for a specific person/family staying at the Peace House. The Angel Trees are conveniently located both the Park City Library and the Summit County Library through Wednesday, Dec. 12. You are invited to "adopt" an angel and purchase the items listed. For more information, contact Holly Young at (435) 940-0453.
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