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A group of fifth graders from Parley's Park Elementary School attended Thursday's Park City Council meeting, asking the Mayor and Caouncil to proclaim today "Park City's Official Day of Giving". Lynn Ware Peek has more.


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Community scholarship fund open house 7:30-3:30 in the Counseling office at the high school. Learn more about our important program to supplement college costs. This 26-year old program helps our high school seniors realize their dream of going to college. 

The Utah 1033 Foundation is celebrating Live PC Give PC, the Park City Community Foundation-organized day of community giving, by honoring the Park City Police Department. Residents are invited to stop by the Police Station between 7 and 10:00 AM to enjoy light breakfast items with coffee with Park City’s finest. 

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust (MCHT) has provided Transitional Housing since 2003. This housing program is the first of its kind in Summit and Wasatch Counties and currently consist of 10 apartments reserved for families and individuals in need. Eligible participants are provided with a place to live and are connected with available resources, case management and mentorship.  MCHT’s commitment to these families and individuals is to create a bridge to independence, enhanced life skills, and affinity within our community. 

  On Friday, November 8th Summit County will come together with for one purpose… to help fund our area non-profit organizations.  It is our hope that you will consider donating to KPCW on this community day of giving, Live PC Give PC on Friday, November 8th.

Deer Valley Music Festival is the summer home of the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera producing a five-week Festival of classical and pops performances at the Deer Valley Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, chamber concerts at St. Mary's Church, and exclusive salon events in private homes.

The annual "Live PC Give PC" day of giving, set for Friday November 8th, has a new twist this year, thanks to the generosity of a local resident. Rick Brough has more.