Letters to the Editor
I am amazed at the story of the bicycle rider who was pulled over for "a violation of a little known traffic law". I am not defending the bicyclist; I just can’t believe the PCPD actually has the time to pull a bicyclist over.
Driving infractions in this town are totally out of control. On just one trip to town, you can witness multiple running of red lights and stop signs, speeding, and generally stupid driving, yet, in a month’s time, chances are you will not see one car being pulled over by the PCPD.
Perhaps that officer had just picked up the unmanned "speed control" car on S.R. 224 and happened upon the bicyclist.
NAC Open House a big success
We, at the National Ability Center, would like to thank the entire community for making our Open House event on July 15 such an enormous success. The volunteers and the community members who came out to support the center for the fourth annual Open House helped make the growing event successful.
Those who attended were treated to pony rides, a challenge course, hand cycles, "jumping house," face painting and use of our climbing wall. Thanks to extremely generous donations from companies such as Ben & Jerry’s, CookieTree Bakery, Morgan Marketing and Swire Coca-Cola, we able to serve ice cream, hot dogs, pizza, cookies and beverages to everyone.
We would like to thank our presenting sponsor, Park City Television, for their continued support of our Community Open House. In addition, we need to thank all the volunteers who worked hard to ensure all participants had a great time. Events like this aren’t possible without the help of volunteers, so on behalf of the National Ability Center and the individuals we serve, thank you for your unselfish gift of time.
We were very pleased that so many community members came out to learn about what we do and support the National Ability Center. We look forward to opening our doors again next summer.
Chief executive officer
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