Each spring the Park City High School along with the PTSO holds a docu-drama for the senior class concerning drinking and driving risks. Student and parent actors, alongside local rescue crews will create life-like scenarios of drunken driving wrecks. Two wrecked cars are needed from the community to perform the mock accident, which takes place May 23. Towing is arranged by the school. It is preferable if the fire department can use the jaws-of-life to remove the door and extract the victims/actors from one of the vehicles.
Swaner EcoCenter seeks counselors
The Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is seeking the responsible teens to be summer camp counselors. Counselors lead campers in activities and help with set up and clean up. Being counselors, according to the camp, is a good way to gain leadership and teaching experience, build resumes and earn money during the summer months. There are two different positions available: counselor in training and teen camp counselor. Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. April 22 at the Swaner Preserve during business hours. Applications can be found by visiting http://www.sanerecocenter.org.
South Summit High School Debate garage sale
South Summit High School Debate Club is holding a family garage sale to raise funds for students who have qualified for the National Forensics League tournament in Birmingham, Ala. in June. The sale will begin at 6 a.m. Saturday, at the bus garage across from South Summit High School.
The three students became the first SSHS debaters to ever qualify for the national competition at two qualifying tournaments in Salt Lake City earlier this year. Sean Lambert, senior, and Hunter Tapp, junior, both qualified in Congressional Debate and Nicholas Jacobs, junior, qualified in Lincoln Douglas Debate. The three defeated students from programs around the state.
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