27th Annual Leadership Community Lecture & Panel

Amazing Women Olympians Talk About Life & Leadership

Keynote speaker Amber Neben, 3x World Cycling Champion, and oldest female cyclist in history to compete in an Olympic Games, will be joined by local women Olympians in a panel moderated by KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher, including:

Catherine Raney Norman: Chair, Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation & 4X Olympic Speed Skater

Holly Flanders: Hall of Fame Olympic Downhill Skier, author & motivational speaker

Tracy Evans: 3X Olympic Free Style Skier, National Champion & CEO, Kids Play International

Megan McJames: 3X Olympic Alpine Skier, member of the World Championship Team

Shannon Bahrke: 2X Olympic Medalist in Moguls, entrepreneur, motivational speaker

Join us as these amazing women share their thoughts on life, leadership, and the future of the Olympic Movement.

Monday, March 21st, 7:00 PM, at the Santy Auditorium and on Zoom
(Zoom link provided on the Park City website one week prior to the event). This program is free and open to the public.





June 12th- LPCA Megamind Trivia @ Versante Hearth and Bar

Think you know it all? Well then the Alumni Association challenges YOU to a night of trivia hosted by MegaMind PubQuiz! Please join us at Versante Hearth and Bar on Tuesday June 12th from 7:00-9:00pm as we discover how smart we really are. Trivia will begin at 7:30, but come early to socialize and strategize team formation. We are “Quizzing for a Cause” so it’s $5 for teams up to five people. $2 of every $5 collected goes to the overall winner’s charity of choice. Winning team will take home a $50 gift certificate to Versante (alcohol not included). Fun for all ages and IQs.

Versante will also be offering a 20% Leadership Discount for everyone who participates so don’t miss out on your chance to learn something new while trying out Park City’s favorite Italian restaurant!

Please RSVP to Colleen McGinn (23) by Friday June 8th:



June 3rd Class 24 Food Waste Table at Park Silly Market

Come find out what Class 24 is doing for their class project. They will have a booth at the PC Silly Market to educate the public about  food waste and what residents can do to reduce their contribution to waste. They plan to have the booth near the farmer’s market.

(Liz Martin/SourceMedia Group News)


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