The Third and final competition in the Park City Skate Series is coming Saturday, August 26. Competition begins at 11 a.m. Participants can pre-register at The lick or at the Park City Racquet Club for $10 per division, or, register the day of at 10 a.m. for $15. All participants are required to wear a helmet. DJ, concessions and giveaways will be at the event, which is sponsored by The Click, Park City Recreation and Skullcandy. For more information, call 615-5401.
Hockey registration now open
Registration is open for Learn to Play Hockey for adults and youth. The session begins Aug. 27, with class days and times varying. Go to pcice.org for a detailed schedule or stop by the arena and pick up a flyer. Registration is available online or at the rink. The A/B level adult hockey league is 14 weeks from Sept. 12 to Dec. 19. Teams will be drafted Sept. 6. Participants must be USA Hockey registered first. Games will be played on Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The cost is $200. Call 615-5701 for more information.
Local golf instructor nominated for honor
Golf Magazine has nominated Janet LePera, LPGA golf instructor at Jeremy Golf and Country Club and Park Meadows Country Club, as a Top 100 Golf Instructor. Janet, a former LPGA tour player, has already received the honor of being a Top 50 Female Instructor for the past six years. LePera also works at Misson Hills County Club in Palm Springs during the winter months. Her sister is Hall of Fame LPGA member, Donna Caponi.
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