Ethel Preston

Office Manager

Ethel Preston is KPCW's Chief Officer of First Impressions, and handles KPCW's public service announcements, lost & found, donor databases and volunteer coordination.

Ways To Connect

The Park City Cooperative Preschool, a not-for-profit school administered by the parents, is enrolling now for summer camp and the 2015/2016 school year. Parents who choose the Co-op are committed to personal involvement in their child’s education. The school is located in the brand new library on Park Ave or visit parkcitycoop.com for more registration information.

Volunteers are needed for The Christian Center's annual Back 2 School Basics event next Friday, August 7. Sign up to volunteer online at www.ccofpc.org. Volunteers are needed to shop with families at the Outlets as they shop for new school clothes & shoes from about 7:15 AM -- 10:30 AM. 

Park City Transit hours will be extended during Arts Festival weekend, Friday July 31 & Saturday August 1. Service will operate from 7:30 A.M. to Midnight, with the exception of Silver Lake and Empire Pass.

Routes will be modified, please ask a driver if you have questions.

Sunday, August 2, at approximately. 8:00 PM, transit will resume normal operations. For more information please log on to www.parkcitytransit.org. View the buses online with the Real-Time bus tracker. 

Team Sugar - an all women mountain bike group - offers guided bike rides every Tuesday night through September 1st. This is a program by women for women offering five different riding ability levels from beginners to experts. Rides leave promptly from White Pine Touring at 6 PM and return at 8. Please come prepared with a bike in good condition, helmet, water, sunglasses and gloves. For updates see the Team Sugar Mountain Biking Facebook Page.

The 31st Annual Arts Festival Doubles Volleyball Tournament will be held on August 1. Adult divisions are offered from Novice to Open, and the Juniors division is for ages 14 to 17. Matches are held at City Park beginning at 9 a.m. All registration is taken online at active.com, deadline is July 31 at noon. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400. 

How to Save Energy

Jul 20, 2015

In just six months, Summit Community Power Works has educated and energized the Summit County community about energy efficiency and winning the $5-million Georgetown University Energy Prize. To find out more how SCPW can help you reduce your power and gas bills, go online to SCPW.org.

Beginner Golf Clinic

Jul 17, 2015

Park City Golf Club is offering a Beginner Golf Clinic,  August 3 and August 5, from 5:30 to 7 pm. The clinic is limited to 15 students. For more info or to sign up contact the PCGC Pro Shop at 435-615-5800.

Come support cyclists of all abilities at the National Ability Center's 2015 Summit Challenge, Saturday, August 22. Volunteers make this event possible, so you are needed! Summit Challenge cyclists are riders of all ages and abilities and are invited to join NAC for this 102-, 52-, or 18-mile cycling event in support of the National Ability Center’s mission. Please contact Heidi at the National Ability Center to sign up to volunteer. 

 

Back 2 School Basics

Jul 15, 2015

During the 'Back 2 School Basics' event, the Christian Center of Park City will take 500 local students shopping for school clothes, shoes, and supplies at the Tanger Outlets, providing each child with a gift card to use shopping. By donating $100 you can support one local child in the program. The event will take place at the Tanger Outlets on August 7th. You can fill out a "Sponsor a Child" form on the website at CCofPC.org. If you have any questions please email jenny@ccofpc.org.

 

Make it a brilliant summer with Park City School District Community Education. Classes are offered all summer for kids ages 3 through high school. Science, math, art, cooking, and much more combine learning with fun. Classes fill up fast so register early. See www.pcschools.us under Community or call Jane at 615-0215. 

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