With a dedication to nature preservation, Talisker Mountain Incorporated donated $10,000 to the Mountain Trails Foundation. Much of the $10,000 donation will go toward expenditures for the annual Mid Mountain Marathon, including the Mountain Trails Foundation vehicle and cairn signs marking the marathon path. The Mid Mountain Marathon is an 8,000-foot elevation traverse across Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, The Colony and The Canyons. With property spanning from Deer Valley Resort to the Jordanelle Reservoir, Talisker Mountain Incorporated has worked to maintain the land’s natural setting by only developing a portion of its 10,000 acres for its communities and membership facilities. For more information, visit Talisker’s web site at http://www.taliskerclub.com .
Softball season is coming soon. Get into the excitement with Park City Recreation’s Adult Softball Leagues. Co-ed leagues play Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Men’s leagues play Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The season runs from May 6-Aug. 17. Registration is now open, but space is limited. To register, call the Park City Racquet Club at 615-5401 or online at: parkcityrecreation.org
Basin Recreation will be holding a February Break Camp, Feb. 20-23 at Ecker Hill International Middle School for youth ages 6-12. The cost is $100 for four days or $30 per day. The camp will run from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., with an early drop-off at 8 a.m. and a late pick-up at 5 p.m. The camp will feature team games, sledding, arts and crafts, board games and swimming. Sign up by calling 655-0999 ext. 11 or visit http://www.basinrecreation.com . For specific questions, please contact 655-0999 ext. 15 or email@example.com .
In the Wednesday, Feb. 14 edition, the Park City High School basketball player pictured next to the story "Park City ends season at Judge," was incorrectly identified. The correct player is Tony Epperson, a sophomore, who was playing in his first varsity game.
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