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- V Vv7vt .) g , M J v 'J v v V 7 i 4 ' " Page A6 Thursday, March 24, 1983 Park City News 1 fi Why not treat yourself to the best skiing in the Rockies? Ski Snowbird FREE for a day simply by learning about Twin Peaks Lodge, Snowbird's finest and final shared-ownership condominium opportunity. Now is the best time to buy for widest selection of unit location and lowest price. Here's how to benefit from this great offer: 1. Make your reservation with Snowbird Realty for a presentation of the fully furnished furn-ished livingbedroom models now on display in the lower level of the skier's bridge. 2. The full price of your lift ticket will be refunded in cash at the end of your presentation tour. 3. You must be of legal age and a currently registered guest at a Park City area accomodation. Limit of 2 pass refunds per presentation. For transportation from Park City, call Lewis Brothers Stages, 649-2256. Make your reservation today! Call 1-521-6040 and ask for Snowbird Realty. ' H w I . av v- f ; ? J p"""' " ' : 1 ' ,y;'1 . -V- Parley's Park students wrapped up program with races last Friday There were winners galore at Parley's Park ski day Experience Unique Dining Join us in the Patio Greenhouse for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Featuring Park City 's Most Original Menu. Enjoy homemade soups, sandwich creations and our famous breakfast specialties, as well as reasonably priced steak, chicken and seafood entrees that include our fresh salad bar. Open every day 8:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. Dinner Entrees available 5:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. THE ESTABLlSHMET ' 317 MAIN STREET PARK CITY VISA & MASTER CHARGE 649-8284 The ski sale of the season starts March 31 To celebrate our best season ever, we're holding our best sale ever ... with many prices below wholesale .on oiif remaining selection of higHilhy5si equipment, apparel " and accessories. Now's your chance fJ5 enj&"y JANS uhGomnton ? l quality and service at prices even the mass merchants can't match. Doors open Thursday, March 31 at 8:00 a.m. It's sure to be a ski-for-all! DOOR CRASHERS Special selection of new and trade-back boots. Values to $250. High-performance trade-back skis, some with bindings. Values to $450. Selection of goggles and sun glasses, Values to $70.00. $28 $48 $10 iAJ Lie Decf Veil? ij-6-C770 The eight-week Parley's Park Ski program ended last Friday with a series of races on Clementine at the Park City Ski Area. One-hundred ninety-three youngsters in grades one through four participated in the program and, at the end of the day Friday, most of them had won trophies or NASTAR pins to show their parents. Martha Cook and Betsy Bacon were responsible for organizing the program this year. But, according to Bacon, the program wouldn't have been possible without the Park City Ski Area's generous cooperation and lots of help from parent volunteers. "The folks in the race department were especially es-pecially patient and kind," she said. Duane Vigos from the Ski School arranged a special eight-week program for the Parley's Park participants and offered the students a special instruction rate.-'We really appreciated that," Bacon added. There were over 50 winners win-ners Fridav in eieht classes ranging in experience from never-skied-at-all to experienced ex-perienced racers. Among the first timers, Kathryn Nelson and Alan Fon Duke won their class. The next group consisted of youngsters who had been essentially nonskiers at the outset of the program but all managed to come through the gates on the race course. Mindy Bailey and Casey O'Hara topped this class. Among the more experi-ienced experi-ienced stem Christie set Kayleen Baltz and Danny Morgan earned first-place trophies. Rachel Solomon and Bryan Stephens topped the beginning parallel class. Jessica Thompson and Spencer Daines took first in the learn-to-race class. Jason Ja-son Maasberg and Josh Hunter won the more advanced ad-vanced classes. Jason also won the obstacle race. The overall winners of the day were Kayleen Baltz and Jason Maasberg. But if you were to ask the kids, they would tell you they were all winners. raw bm KmmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKimimmmmmmmm ...., ... J The 2nd Annual KPCW Talent Show is accepting applications for Awesomely talented people. Categories Prizes Date Cash prize in each category and a Grand Prize of $150. Tuesday, April 1 2 at the Egyptian Theatre, 7:30 p.m. 1. Musical Vocal 2. Musical Instrumental 3. Variety The deadline for entries is March 3 1st. Please limit acts to 3 to 5 minutes. To enter contact Glen or George at 649 9004.