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Niños On Skis is looking for sponsor families. Niños On Skis is a 10-year-old program that pairs English-speaking families in the Park City area with Hispanic children who don’t have the resources to take advantage of Utah’s mountains. Sponsor families must have a ski pass at Park City Mountain Resort. PCMR donates a ski pass and ski lessons to each participating child. The program meets together the first three Saturdays of December for organized lessons, and families are encouraged to ski with their niños as often as possible after that. For more information, call or email Ernest Oriente at 615-8486, ernest@powerhour.com.

Guest to speak about boarding schools

Hal Lynch from the Admission Office at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N. H., will give a presentation to students and parents interested in boarding schools. Lynch will talk about selective boarding schools, including Exeter, and their admission process and summer enrichment program. The event will be held Monday, Oct. 6, in the Park City Academy library, 3120 Pinebrook Road. For more information call Susan Radtke at 649-2791.

CHANNELED premiere

CHANNELED, a movie produced by JL Topkis, 2008 PCHS alumnus, will premiere Monday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. at the Eccles Center at PCHS. Organizers will be asking for a $10 donation. Proceeds will be given to the Chris Yeates Scholarship Fund, which will help a PCHS student who wants to pursue a career in film.

Fall celebration at McPolin

McPolin Elementary PTO is holding a fall festival this Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. Admission is $10 and includes a magic show, and a variety of games. Also, a dunk booth will be set up, with principal Bob Edmiston, and a number of teachers taking turns sitting on the hot seat. Also, a cookie walk will take place and food will be served. The festival is open to all, not just McPolin families. For more information, call the school at 645-5630.


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