On Saturday, May 10, the Park City High School National Honor Society will host its 5th annual tournament at the Homestead Golf Course in Midway. This will be an 18-hole, two-man scramble format with prizes for the winning teams and a few additional winners for: longest drive(men/women) and closest to the pin on all four par 3’s. Tee times will be "shotgun" at 9 a.m. One-hundred percent of the money raised will be awarded as community scholarships to students in need for college next year. For more information, email George Murphy at email@example.com or call 435-657-0999.
Trailside Elementary School talent show
The application deadline to try out for Trailside Elementary School Talent Show is May 9 and the auditions will be held the week of May 12. The show itself is scheduled for May 22 during school hours. For more information, email Anita Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bee bug
The final rounds of the Park Record Spelling Bee will take place at the Egyptian Theater on May 16 beginning at 3 p.m.
Stay Prom safe
As the school year comes to a close, parents and students are reminded to keep safety in mind during celebrations and dances. The Teacher’s Insurance Plan suggests that parents should text students once during prom night, set reasonable curfews and offer their services as a chauffeur in a rented car if necessary. The Plan also suggests that teens should buckle up and never leave their beverages unattended.
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Park City on Tuesday hosted an open house designed to provide information about a wide range of municipal projects and programs, but the event took on greater meaning with the gathering becoming among the largest City Hall-organized events held in person in the more than a year.