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Summit Community Power Works Energy Challenge

Calling all Leadership Teams!

Summit Community Power Works has just launched a new community resource to help us meet our community’s climate goals, and Park City wants to challenge YOU to take the #SCPWChallenge

Use this handy tool to guide you through seventy actions to take at home to save energy and money, and that all adds up to benefit our community’s carbon footprint. Actions cover many lifestyle choices, and range from easy to challenging. There’s even a sorting option for renters, so even if you don’t own your own home, you can still benefit and win.

Win? An exciting part of this platform is that it’s geared for teams to compete and win prizes by saving carbon. Please sign up today (www.scpwchallenge.org), form a team for your Leadership class (or join your cohort if someone beat you to it), invite your classmates, and start logging actions. The winning team will be recognized and rewarded with glory and prizes. Be fast, the first awards will be given during the first week of October! For more information, contact energy@parkcity.org

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MegaMind PubQuiz at Versante Hearth & Bar June 12,…

On Tuesday June 12th, Leadership classes from over the past 23 years came together for a night of trivia at Versante Hearth & Bar.  Hosted by MegaMind PubQuiz, Park City’s local trivia night, the evening was full of learning, laughter, and fun.  But as expected, the competition was fierce with over twelve teams competing for the nightly prize. After six rounds of topics ranging from “Famous Leaders” to “Park City History”, Team Yanni composed of Beth Armstrong (20), Diego Zegarra (20), and Steve Spaulding (21) came out on top and took home a $50 gift certificate to Versante…and all the glory.  Can’t wait for next year’s battle of the brains!

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Art Pianos For All Is Looking For Artists

Artist Kylie Millward painting the piano at the Kimball Junction Transit Center last summer.

 

Art Pianos For All (born on City Tour 2011 to Ft. Collins, Colorado), in cooperation with the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board, is actively looking for artists to hire and pianos to decorate. We’re going to be placing a piano at one of the new Summit County Fairgrounds buildings and at the new County Services Building in Kamas this summer. Looking for donations of full-size upright pianos in good working order (needing a tune is OK) and we’ll arrange to have it picked up. We also need talented artists to decorate the pianos. The artist gig pays $1000 and the applications are due in June.
Get an artist application at https://www.facebook.com/artpianosforall/
or contact mark@maziarz.com or call Mark at 435-649-0002 for more information.
Art Pianos For All is a local non-profit group seeking to bring back the piano as a centerpiece of music, community, art and fun in Park City and Summit County, Utah. Artist decorated pianos are placed in public areas to be played and enjoyed by all.
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July 9th- Alumni Picnic at Rotary Park

Looking for an energizing way to spend and summer evening, join your fellow alumni and current class members on July 9th at Rotary Park 6-9pm for a potluck picnic and social hour. Spencer’s BBQ will be providing a delicious main dish. Please bring an item to add to the spread and your drink of preference, then kick back and catch up with your leadership connections. The event is open to all alumni, current class members and family.