Pizza for a good cause
Trailside Elementary and Papa John’s, located at 6400 Newpark Boulevard in Kimball Junction, are teaming up to hold a fundraiser today. In order to raise money for the schools Parent Teacher Organization, Papa John’s will be donating 15-percent of the night’s proceeds to the group.
Interact car wash fundraiser
The Interact Club from Park City High School will host its annual car wash fundraiser on May 19 in front of Domino’s Pizza at the intersection of Kearns Boulevard and State Road 224 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The money raised will help fund the group’s humanitarian trip to Guatemala next winter.
Mother’s Day Sandy Hook fundraiser
The Park City Foundation is asking parents and students to consider donating $10 to help 26 Newtown families who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy earlier this year. Children will be taking home Mother’s Day cards to parents, not as gifts, but in hopes of returning them to Park City schools with donations. The foundation’s mission is to provide a respite trip for families to relax and enjoy Park City later this year. The Park City Newtown Respite Effort is a Park City Community Foundation project; therefore all donations are tax deductible. For more information visit http://www.pcnewtown.com .
Early Registration for The Compass Summer 2013 classes
Park City School District Community Education has partnered with ed2go to offer a new program that provides hundreds of online, high-quality, instructor-facilitated classes. Registration for the Compass summer adult and youth classes are now available. The new sessions of each course run every month. The classes last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly. The courses are entirely web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A professional instructor facilitates every course. A variety of classes are available for all interests. Visit http://www.ed2go.com/pcschools for a complete course listing and to register or call Jane Toly at 615-0215.
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