Letters to the Editor
First I want to wish Coaches Nagel, Potts, Murphy and Andrus the best of luck for the remainder of this year’s boys basketball season. Bringing a positive attitude to the team and teaching the boys to play as a team will be a welcome change.
I want to wish the boys the best of luck, and ask them to take the direction provided by their new coaches and finish the season on a positive note. I also want to ask the players who would not play over the past couple of years (we all know why) to support the team and the new coaches.
I would, however, like to address one key point: Keith Coughlan is the individual who has worked and sacrificed his time to develop the younger players and the program in this community. We need to give credit where credit is due.
I’d like to publicly thank Tom Sly and his staff at Legacy Dodge, Park City, for their incredible generosity. Responding to their annual holiday "wish" list program, I wrote a letter on behalf of 12 ELL (English Language Learner) students at Park City High School who were in need of warm clothing, boots and other basic necessities. Legacy Dodge purchased these items, additional clothing and a turkey dinner for each. The staff then personally delivered the gifts to the students’ homes. Thank you, Mr. Sly, for your kindness and support.
Estamos muy agradecidos.
Anna M. Williams
ELL teacher, Park City High School
Shop With A Cop
On behalf of the Park City/RS3 Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, I want to thank the community for the support they extended to us in sponsoring our annual "Shop With A Cop." We simply could not hold this event without the overwhelming assistance we receive from many sources.
Our major sponsors were Wal-Mart, U.S. Bank and The Yarrow Hotel and their employees. Equally important were the many volunteers who wrapped gifts, played Santa and raised funds. A sincere thank you to each and every person who helped make Christmas brighter for these children.
Steve Hirzel, president
Fraternal Order of Police
Park City/RS 3 Lodge
Young rancher says thanks
Thank you to Craig Construction for buying my steer at the 2006 Summit County Fair. Your support is greatly appreciated. I hope to see you again next year. Thanks again.
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“So, gone is the mountain lion, the fox, the beavers, the grouse and so many others. We have made Park City into the city left behind,” writes Ann Kruse in a letter to the editor. “No wildlife, only empty mansions.”