Park cleanup starts today at 8:30 a.m., Hilton wins international speech contest, Savor the Summit on June 25 |

Park cleanup starts today at 8:30 a.m., Hilton wins international speech contest, Savor the Summit on June 25


According to a press release, Recycle Utah and Park City Municipal Corporation will co-sponsor the eighth annual "Pride in Your Park" community cleanup event today. Volunteers should meet at City Park at 8:30 a.m. for a free breakfast before they join a crew to pick up trash and recyclables in Park City’s parks, waterways, roadsides and fields. New this year, will be a special "Bottle Cash Back" Program for all volunteers. Everyone will receive a paper bag to collect all types of beverage containers everything from glass and plastic bottles to aluminum cans. Redeem these important recyclables at the end of the day and get five cents for each item.


Missy Hilton, of the Park City, won first place in the third tier of Toastmaster International’s speech contest on April 30 in Salt Lake City. Hilton’s poignant seven-minute speech captivated the audience and judges as she told stories about how just a few spoken words of discouragement or encouragement have meant success, failure and even led to death in her family. Hilton competed against four other Salt Lake area contestants who had also won at their club and area-level competition to compete at the division-level.


According to a press release, The Park City Area Restaurant Association is taking over Park City’s historic Main Street for a one-night only mountain dining experience the fourth annual Savor the Summit on June 25. Savor the Summit combines the city’s unique and diverse dining options and celebrated community atmosphere with an incredible culinary and visual experience. It is a unique celebration of food, drink and live music. The Grande Table, a nearly mile-long continuous table staged in the middle of the street, will provide exquisite dining to more than 2,000 diners.

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