The Park City Women’s Athenaeum will host Summit County Clerk Kent Jones, who will discuss issues on the Nov. 6 ballot, including Referendum 1, school vouchers. The presentation will take place at the Miners Hospital on Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. For more information call Lynda at (801) 910-0300
Student Activist Scholarship Program
The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah is offering its Student Activist Scholarship Program recognizing three Utah high school seniors for civil-liberties activism. Applicants must be high school seniors who will be entering an accredited college or university as full-time students in the next academic year. Applications are due by Nov. 1. For an application and for additional information, visit http://www.acluutah.org
"Niños on Skis"
Each year Father Bob Bussen and Saint Mary’s Catholic Church host a
ski program called "Niños on Skis". The program pairs Hispanic children in grades 2 to 5 with sponsoring families from the community. Park City Mountain Resort provides season ski passes for the Niños. Sponsors ski with their partnered children during the three Saturdays of the program. PCMR provides lift tickets for sponsors for the three days. It is helpful for sponsors to have ski passes at Park City Mountain Resort as it allows them to take their partners skiing as often as desired. The Niños speak English. The first meeting connecting the Niños and sponsors will be on Thursday, Oct. 25. For more information on becoming a sponsor, call Ernest Oriente at 615-8486 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Building your resume for scholarships and college admissions
Dana Ardovino, community scholarship advisor for Park City High School, will present "Building your Resume for Scholarships and College Admissions Success." Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. in the PCHS library. Ardovino will discuss the tools needed for college admission and scholarship success. Middle school and high school students and their parents are encouraged to attend. The presentation is offered by the Park City High School Scholarship Club. For more information, contact Dana Ardovino at 645-5650, ext 2085
Park City Rotary Club’s Community Service Opportunity Fair
Non-profit organizations in Summit and Wasatch Counties are invited to the Community Service Opportunity Fair at Ecker Hill International School auditorium foyer on Oct. 25 from noon to 4 p.m. This is an opportunity to introduce middle school students to local organizations and present information on how the students can spend their service hours. The requirement for service hours is an integral part of Park City’s International Baccalaureate Program in the middle schools. Student time commitments:
6th graders: training session 1 hour; service hours at your organization 6 hours
7th graders: training session 1 hour; service hours at your organization 8 hours
8th graders: training session 1 hour; service hours at your organization 10+ hours
9th graders: service project which might be based on what they learned during the previous three years.
Ecker Hill will provide local nonprofits an eight-foot table with the organization’s name on it and two chairs. Please come prepared with contact information written clearly for students to jot down, or printed for students to take. Please have a couple of examples of work you would like students to perform. New this year is the one-hour (or less) training session prior to starting the actual service hours. Please RSVP to Insa Riepen, executive director of Recycle Utah and a member of the Park City Rotary Club at 649-9698 or 640-4000.
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