Town hall vouchers meeting
A town hall meeting to debate vouchers will be held Thursday, Nov. 1, at Ecker Hill International Middle School at 7 p.m. Members of UEA and Parents for Choice will be present to speak. After the moderated presentations from both sides, there will be time for questions from the audience. For more information, contact Lisa Kirchenheiter at 435.649.7786.
Visions and Dreams benefit event
The Colby School is celebrating its 10th anniversary this Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley. The evening is a benefit for scholarship students and will feature cocktails, dinner, a live auction and entertainment by Soul Patrol. For more information, contact Amy Fehlberg at 435.655.3966.
Kick off for KUED Reading Marathon
On Monday, Nov. 5, from 5:00 – 5:45 p.m., "Mad Science" will be performing at the Kimball Junction Branch Auditorium to kick-off of the KUED Reading Marathon. This year’s marathon theme is "Be Curious," so what’s more appropriate than being curious about science. For more information, contact Linda Schmida of the Summit County Library at 435.615.3903.
Seminar about college admissions and scholarships
On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Dana Ardovino of Park City High School’s Community Scholarship Club will present a seminar on improving chances for college admissions and scholarship success, held at the high school’s library. Middle and high school students and their parents are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Dana Ardovino at 435.645.5650 ext. 2085.
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