November 2, 2010
Summit County offers Alive at 25 driving course
The Summit County Health Department in partnership with the Summit County Sheriff’s Department is offering the "Alive at 25" course to help teens improve their driving skills. The 4.5 hour course is designed to reduce the number of Utah traffic crashes and fatalities for 15-24 year-old drivers. The National Safety Council reported that students who complete the "Alive at 25" course are 96% less likely to be killed in a car crash than those who have not. The class will be held at the South Summit High School in Kamas Wednesday, Nov. 10 from 3 to 7 p.m. Call 800-933-5943 or visit http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org to register.
Basin Recreation is recycling sports equipment
Basin Recreation is accepting used, sports equipment donations for members of the community who would benefit from slightly used equipment.
Equipment will be collected at the Fieldhouse. No clothing donations will be accepted. People seeking used equipment can contact Brian Hanton at email@example.com , or 655-0999.
Ecker Hill Drama Club announces fall play
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Ecker Hill Drama Club will be performing "Scenes from a Dance" from Friday, Nov. 12, through Monday, Nov. 15. Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for students or $15 for a family of four.