Letters to the Editor, Sept. 10-13, 2016
September 9, 2016
Time to tally reading challenge results
With schools back in session and the summer coming to an end, it is time for the Summit County K-12 youth to turn in their reading forms for Park City Television's 18th Annual "Summer Fun Reading Challenge." We challenge young people during the summer to read 10 books or 1000 pages. We have great prizes waiting for the kids that read during the summer including free Seven Peaks Water Park passes, gift certificates/prizes from Jan's, Crandall Ford, Utah Conservatory, Educational Advantage, Granger School of Music, JW Allen & Sons, Deer Valley Resort & much more. It's not too late to turn in your forms…we have extended our deadline to Monday, September 26th. Just get us your filled out form and you will receive a certificate of achievement and a valuable packet of prizes.
Park City Television's reading challenge forms are available on our website at ParkCity.tv or they can be picked up at PCTV's studio or at the front desk of either Silver Mountain Sports Club. You can also simply write your books down on a sheet of paper and mail it to us (P.O. Box 2877, Park City, UT 84060) along with your name, phone number, address, school name and grade or even email the info to: comments@ParkCity.tv. We will deliver your packet of prizes to your schools in late October.
Park City Television is proud to host this award winning reading program for the terrific young people of Summit County. With the continued support of our sponsors, teachers, schools, library, and parents, we know that this year's challenge will have more readers than ever.
Stanton D. Jones
Park City Television
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