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PARK CITY, Utah (July 11, 2017) - The Park City Rotary Club, which has been serving the community since 1980, is drawing attention to the needs of youth in the Park City community. On Tuesday (July 11) the club announced significant financial grants to three relatively new local non-profits, all of which have a focus on kids. The club will present $125,000 in grants to Community for Children’s Justice, Bright Futures (a program of the Park City Education Foundation) and PC Tots in a ceremony in the Blair Education Center at the Park City Hospital.

The online Rotary Grant application is now available, for 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations with annual operating budgets under $500k and projects/scholarships serving Summit County.
For better or worse, the Miner's Day parade is on a few 'best of' lists. As a resort, we fully engage with the media, with the help of Rotarians, the Chamber Bureau, and people like you spreading the word socially.  You'll need to click here to get to the full story and links, but here is a taste of the action.
Thanks for your contribution to the community. The Park City Rotary Club is proud to help support your valuable work. We’re also happy to help you tell the story of your non-profits work and the benefits provided by our grant. Following is a link to photographs from today’s presentation. You are welcome to use in any way you wish. Simply find your image and click on it. You can then download it in any resolution. These images will be great for your website, Facebook or other social media.
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