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f The Newspaper Thursday, March 12, 1981 Page A13 IBMHettnim 4uB Crafts Session On Tuesday, March 17 the Rec. Dept. will sponsor a "green crafts day-to celebrate St. Ptrick's Day. The crafts will be edible-so come prepared with the good 'ol Irish Spirit! For all ages. Starts at A p.m. Kindergym fitness session Due to the overwhelming response to the Kimdergym clinic last Friday, ttie Recreation Dept. will be sponsoring a continuous con-tinuous program for mothers, fathers, and toddlers every Friday morning from 9:30-10:30 a.m. for ages 0-18 months, and from 10:30-12 noon for ages 18 months to 5 years. Stimulate your child's awareness, sensory perception, and coordination and at the same time participate with your child, cost is $.50, additional children $.25. Coffee and refreshments. Ladies giant slalom run closed The Park City Resort announced that the Ladies Giant Slalom run will be closed until March 14 for the NCAA men's skiing championships, which will be held March 1 1-14. Mental health counseling Derek Timms, a clinical psychologist from Timpanogos Mental Health Center, is available for mental health counseling coun-seling on Wednesdays at the Meadowview Medical Clinic. Call 649-4002 for an appointment or call The Prevention Center Cen-ter at 649-8347 for more information. Protective services The Protective Services worker for Summit County, Blaine Webster, will be at the Prevention Center Mondays and Thursdays. If you have any questions regarding child abuse andor neglect, please call him at 649-8347. On other days ' Webster can be reached at Zenith 2020 ( toll free ) , or 654-1273. Pay now or pay later The Park City Water Department will shut off water to users who are two or more months delinquent in paying their water bills. In order to get water reconnected there will be a charge of $25, in addition to the payment of the past due account. Adequate notice of water shut-offs is provided to each delinquent user. Water bills include a clearly-marked notice of when service will be terminated unless payment is received, and homes and commercial establishments are posted with a warning of when the water will be shut off. In order to avoid the inconvenience of loss of service, and the payment of a $25 reconnection fee, all Park City water users with delinquent accounts are urged to pay their water bills immediately. Rabies and licensing clinic Attention dog and cat owners: Mark your calendars for a last-chance opportunity to have your dog or cat licensed or vaccinated against rabies before the legal deadline of March 31st. Residents of Summit County, bring your pet to the south entrance of the Memorial Bldg., 427 Main Street, March 28 from noon to 3 p.m. For further information, call the Recreation Dept. at 649-9461. 649-9461. Please bring your animal in a carrier. There will be low-cost fees for Summit County residents. Five cents for life Please give five cents for each year of combined ages of your family. The Utah Heart Association Five Center for Life ' campaign is the new name for the residential drive to be held March 1 through March 14 in the Park City area. Nan Mc-Polin Mc-Polin is the chairwoman. Community clinic The Park City Community Clinic has scheduled another clinic on Wednesday, March 18. The services offered include PAP tests, pelvic and breast exams, blood and urine tests, blood pressure check, medical histories, venereal disease screening, diagnosis and treatment of vaginal infections, and pregnancy testing. In addition to the above services, the clinic also provides counseling and education regarding infertility, reproductive anatomy and physiology, current and effective contraceptive methods, rubella immunity, and sterilization. Most of the clinics services are at a minimal charge, while other services are based on your ability to pay (according to your income and how many people live on that income). The clinic will not refuse service to anyone and all services are completely confidential. The clinic operates by appointment only! For further information in-formation call 649-5989. Mt. Metro changes Effective immediately, Park City's Mt. Metro will cut back its regularly scheduled bus service. Buses will leave the top of Main Street, going to the resort on the hour, 20 min. after, and 40 min. after each hour, until 10 a.m. Then it will go city wide only going to the resort. It will leave Prospector Square , 16 min. attr, 36 min. after, and 56 min. after each hour for Klain Street and the resort. It will leave the Racquet Club at 1 min. after, 21 min. after, and 41 min. after each hour for Main Street and the resort. It will leave The Yarrow 12 min. after, 32 min. after, and 52 min. after each hour. All buses go to Main Street and will be operating on a city-wide basis throughout the remainder of the winter season. The night service for Sunday and Monday has been shortened to 10 p.m. The bus will leave the top of Main Street outbound at 10 p.m. on those nights only. Tuesday through Thursday 12 p.m., Friday and Saturday nights 12:30 p.m. Open volleyball The Recreation Dept. will provide the Memorial Bldg. gym for all of the hard core volleyball fanatics every Wednesday evening from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., and every Saturday afternoon after-noon from 2 p.m. to ? Bring your knee pads. CUSTOM PARK MEADOWS HOME 3 bedrooms, 2a baths, den, Jenn-Aire, greenhouse, dining room, 2 car garage, large lot, hugh master bedroom, $159,500 with $82,000 assumable at low interest. By owner 649-8375 Recipe book coming The Park City Women are publishing a Park City Cookbook. We need ideas and recipes from Park City residents. If you have a favorite recipe (or several) that you would like included, in-cluded, please send it to Park City Women, P.O. Box 2161. Personalize the recipe by including such information as where it came from, why you like it, how you've used it, etc. Also please include your name, phone number, and P.O. Box. Here's to good cooking. Animal control help available Summit County Animal Control is available to respond to all complaints regarding animal laws and ordinances. Emergency calls, (dogs attacking persons, or livestock, and injured animals), are handled 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the Sheriffs Dispatch. All other calls, including stray dogs, barking dogs, and dead animals will be handled during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call Park City at 649-9072, Coalville at 336-2503, or the dispatcher at 336-5561 . Silver Creek owners meeting There will be a Silver Creek home and landowners meeting Friday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Bill Puchett, president. The purpose of the meeting will be to elect officers Well-child clinic The Summit County Health Department will be having a Well-Child Clinic March 18. The children will be seen by appointment ap-pointment only. We would appreciate it if you would call for an appointment before March 13. The number to call is 649- 91172. Sweden and Brazil presented At the Kimball Art Center Thursday. March 12th from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Park City's AFS foreign exchange students present their countries to our community. Everyone welcome. No charge. Childbirth classes Lamaze classes are again being held in Park City, beginning the second week in March. The classes cover mechanics of labor and delivery, breathing and relaxation, options of the laboring couple, infant care, contraception, and changes during pregnancy. The first six classes will be held at the Park City Community Clinic i in the basement). The seventh class will be in Salt Lake City. The instructor is Margy Batson. R.N. and a certified cer-tified Lamaze Instructor. For information regarding this class, please contact Mary Ann Graff at 942-3240 or the Park City Community Clinic at 649-5989. ELMJUMPEH and a water board. Any questions, call Bill at 649-7595. Community Church The Park City Community Church will hold Sunday morning services from 10-11 a.m., with a pot luck dinner at 6 p Speech development meeting There will be a meeting Tuesday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Coalville High School Library. The speaker is Katy Miiller, tri-county speech therapist. She will talk about "Differences between Normal and Abnormal Speech: Three-to-five-year-olds." The discussion will include: normal speech of the preschool child; articulation problems; what speech is abnormal; ab-normal; stuttering; auditory perception; and what parents can do about their children's speech. All interested persons are invited to attend and learn more about speech development. There is no charge. For more information in-formation call Cyndi Mounts 649-8131 mornings. Shay Clegg 649-9684 or Kathy Deakin 649-8661 evenings. Art Festival at Parley's We need teachers for mini-classes! Come and teach first thmnah fmirth uraHnrc Hanpp mucin artwnrlc rrnft fir vnlir "Xipecialty. Four Thursday afternoons, March 26, April 2, 9, and 16. Art Festival the evening of April 23rd at Parley s Park Elementary School. If interested call Parley's at 649-9142. Claimjumper Restaurant 7 DAYS A WEEK 6 10 WEEKDAYS 6-11 WEEKENDS Main Street G49-8051 A St. Patrick's Day On Tuesday, March 17, the Recreation Dept. will have an "edible" crafts day. Come prepared with an Irish spirit. For all ages, starts at 4:00 p.m. in the Memorial Bldg. Spring into shape! The Park City Recreation Dept. will be offering lessons in Modern Dance and Belly Dancing at the Memorial Bldg. For more information, call 649-9461. Sunday WEB mmm Sunday Reserve your copy at: The Main Street Deli, 525 Main Street; The Village Store, Park City Resort; 7-11, 1500 Park Avenue; Alpha Beta, 1800 Park Avenue. For "Doorbell Service" call 649-4545 leave message. Next Town Race Thursday, March 19th Make up Town Race: Thursday, March 26th 4"M?jWfe etU rilMllil ItflOU llrtl.ll I.. til Dili. Team points will be awarded in this race! im s are' - - s -itiSKw- .- -. Pj ... Jf J 1 Registratio. Park City race department registration window. Tues. Feb. 10, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wed. Feb. 11.9 a.m. -12 p.m. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED1 Teams A maximum o( 5 racers and a minimum ot 3. The 2 fastest men s and the fastest womn's OR the 2 fastest women's and the fastest man's time will be combined for a total team time in each class Individuals Fee Party Individuals are eligible $5 OO per person. 4-6 p.m.. awards party, for individual awards in each class. Classes 3-PIN CROSS COUNTRY All skis must be 3-pin, C- beginner; B-advanced. C CLASS Any team who has skiers with no racing experience and would be classified as novice and or intermediate skiers. B ClASS Any team who has competitors who have had some racing experience on a Nastar or town race level, but do not qualify for the "A" class. ' ' I A CLASS Any team who has competitors with race experience, but have not held an amateur card, raced on a professional level or currently are involved in race instruction. Jody s Private Club. VETERAN CLASS A new class this year. We are attempting to form a class ot past top notch racers who have settled here in Park City. To qualify, racers must be 35 or older male and 30 or older female. They will compete in the afternoon duel format. OPEN PRO CLASS Any team who has competitors who are racing on an amateur, professional or semi-professional level. Any person who belongs to a sanctioned racing organization must compete in this class. For more information call 649-81 1 1 , ext. 246 or ext. 247.