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Amanda Hartley accepted at aeronautical university

Amanda Hartley, 19, of Park City, has been accepted to Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach, Fla. Hartley, a Park City High graduate, plans to enter the 2007 freshman class and pursue a degree in aeronautical science. She is the daughter of Deb and Joe Hartley. Embry-Riddle is the world’s largest university specializing in aviation and aerospace.

Park City High School mailings revised

Park City High School fee-payment packets will be mailed the first week in August and should arrive between Aug. 6-10. This year, lunch-account information will be included in the packets, with the exception of sophomore packets, which were mailed separately. This year, picture day has been changed to Aug. 21-22. Seniors will register Aug. 14, juniors on Aug. 15 and sophomores on Aug 16. Fee payments will be accepted in the computer-lab trailer by the main office, the same as last year.

Mathilde Williams graduates from Choate Rosemary Hall

Park City resident Mathilde Williams graduated cum laude from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn. She was given the Sally Green Hart and Larry Hart citations, awarded to students who have given the school unusual flavor, performed services in unique undertakings and have won respect of their peers. Williams will attend Yale University in the fall. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Williams Jr.