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Education Briefs

James Fleming and John Mark Krenkel of Park City High School are organizing a special around-the-world tour for the summer of 2007.

The itinerary will include Tokyo, Vietnam, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, India, Istanbul, Moscow, St. Petersberg, Berlin and Ireland. This tour will be available to students in grades 8-12, ex-students, parents and grandparents.

There will be an organizational meeting on Mon. Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the lecture hall at PCHS (room 149). Interested parties are encouraged to attend."

PCHS graduate earns college diploma

In December, 2002 Park City High School graduate Joey Maloney earned his diploma from Los Angeles Film School where he earned his degree in Cinematography. He minored in directing and editing. After a brief visit home for the Sundance Film Festival, Maloney will return to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film.

Summit County Library classes

The Summit County Library is offering free computer classes.

Topics include using the Internet and email, learning Microsoft Word, E-bay basics and Spanish computer classes. Times and locations can be found at: at the bottom of the Upcoming Events area. If you have any questions call Chelsa Walker at 435-513-0826.

Spanish for landcapers

Utah Valley State College is offering Spanish for Nurseries, Landscaping and Groundskeeping beginning Thursdays, Feb. 9 to March 9 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Liberal Arts building (LA) room 009 on the UVSC Orem campus.

The course is designed for non-Spanish speaking supervisors in the "green industry" to learn work-specific Spanish.

This course also fulfills Utah’s new continuing education requirement for contractor license renewal.

Registration is $149 per student for a 12.5 hour class and includes practice CDs and a course-specific textbook. Call (801) 863-8012 or visit their website at .

Compiled by Dale Thompson

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