Letters to the editor, May 5, 2010
Thank you to the Park City Medical Center and The Silver King Cafe for a delicious luncheon last Friday to celebrate "National Volunteer Week." We, as volunteers, are proud to be part of an organization that strives to provide excellent health care services to our community. A special "Thank You" to Jo Duff, Volunteer Coordinator; Stephanie Zrelak, Guest Services Manager; Jason Keiffer, Silver King Café Executive Chef, and his awesome staff for providing a wonderful luncheon.
Chris and Norm Fournier
Good Samaritans reunite owner with wallet
I just wanted to thank the random people that helped me find my wallet. I lost my wallet by placing it on the back of my bumper while loading groceries in the back of my truck. I drove off while it was on the bumper and it wasn’t until I got to my driveway that I noticed it was not with me and remembered where I put it. This is a thank you to the Smith’s employee named Gabe, the woman in the parking lot, Officer Hemingway and to the woman who found it, Laura who lives in Oakley, for taking action in the most kind way. I am truly thankful for all of you! This is another reason why living in Park City surrounded by nice people. It makes me feel good for living here!
My name is Caleb. I am a fifth grade student at Westside Elementary School in Payette, Idaho. On May 20 my class will be having a state fair. I have chosen the great state of Utah for my project. I would like to ask your readers to send anything from your state that I could display as I give my presentation. I would especially like an old license plate to show off. We are hoping to get a license plate from each state being represented. Thank you so much for any help your readers can provide. Along with the items please send your name and address so I can mail a thank you note and a picture of the display.
Send to: Westside Elementary School, Attn. Caleb in Mrs. Bains Class, 609 No. 5th Street, Payette, Idaho 83661
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A crash between a pickup truck and passenger vehicle on Wednesday sent a woman to the hospital and shut down S.R. 32 for about an hour.