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Ben Ramsey, Park Record

The Park City Running club is training for its first track season, and founder Rachel Taylor said the idea of the relay is looming large in little runners' minds. The club's enthusiasm for passing the baton made adding the ninth annual Running with Ed race, a 38-mile costumed race around Park City, a natural fit among the seven other USA Track and Field races the club will participate in this year.

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Photo by Tanzi Propst/Park Record

 

NOTE: Running With Ed is a fund-raising event for PCEF.

 

 

 

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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

Max Ward-Nanney watched the award screen, reading each name carefully to see if it was his. He saw the names of those who won honorable mentions, then fourth, then third. When he read the name of the second-place winner, he thought that there must have been a mistake. He could not have won first. But he did.

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Jaspar Ruegemer, a sophomore at Park City High School, won the NASA Earth System Science Award
with his project at the University of Utah Science and Engineering Fair. There were 19 individuals
and teams who took home awards from the event last month.( Photo by Cindy Nordstrom)

 

NOTE: PCEF donors support the PCSD Science Fair.

 

 

 

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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

Rebeca Gonzalez grew up attending the Holy Cross Ministries after-school program in the Park City School District. Now, the Park City resident and University of Utah student is gathering data to show the effect of educational programs on the community. And she is being honored for it.

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 Rebeca Gonzalez, director of the Park City School District's Bright Futures program
and a senior at the University of Utah, was recently recognized for the
research that she is doing in collaboration with Holy Cross Ministries.
(Photo by Caroly Webber/Park Record)

 

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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

A year and a half ago, a number of dads in Park City looked around and noticed plenty of women involved in nonprofits for education, but not a lot of men. From there, they took it upon themselves to start Men4Ed.

Now, the group is planning on giving its very first grant.

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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

The Robominers, Park City High School's top robotics team, won the FIRST Tech Challenge West Super Regional Championship last weekend. The top 72 teams from 12 Western states competed in Spokane, Washington, said Laura Monty, co-coach of the robotics club.

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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

When Angel Lopez set pen to paper to apply for the Latinos in Action senior scholarship a few months ago, he was hopeful that he would be selected. He did the paperwork and wrote the essays, then waited until the results were announced.

A few weeks ago, his teacher told him. He was named a finalist and would receive a scholarship to use at the college of his choice.

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Angel Lopez, co-president of Latinos in Action at Park City High School,
was selected as one of four scholarship winners in the state.
(Photo by Carolyn Webber/Park Record)

 

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