November 4, 2015
Election results are on parkrecord.com
The results of Tuesday’s election, including the fate of the Park City School District’s controversial $56 million bond, won’t be in when the Nov. 4-6 edition of The Park Record is sent to the presses. But that doesn’t mean subscribers must wait until Saturday’s edition to find out what happened on Election Day. Parkrecord.com will be updated with the results of the bond, as well as the municipal races throughout the county.
Jeremy Ranch to host Veterans Day performance
Fifth-graders at Jeremy Ranch Elementary School will be holding two performances in honor of Veterans Day. According to a press release, all veterans or active members of the military are invited to attend. The release states: "We would consider it a great privilege to have the opportunity to share our appreciation for our veterans!" The performances will be held Nov. 11 in the Jeremy Ranch gymnasium. The first is scheduled for 2:10 p.m., with the second scheduled for 6 p.m.
Charity League accepting applications
Summit County’s expansion chapter of the National Charity League, a mother-daughter service and leadership, organization, is accepting applications for new members. According to a press release, applicants should be girls in grades six through 11. Applicants must be sponsored and submit their application by Jan. 7. According to the group’s website, summitcounty.nationalcharityleague.org, the chapter was founded in 2013 and has a goal of getting to 50 members by June 2016 to become a full-fledged National Charity League member. The group currently has members who live in Park City, Heber, Midway, Kamas and Coalville. Prospective members are invited to visit the website for more information or call Mary McCulloch at 435-729-9846.
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