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Local News Hour - November 3, 2021

The Local News Hour guests today include: Live Like Sam Founder Ron Jackenthal who has details on the launch of scholarships for local students to fund youth service projects,  Park City Manager Matt Dias with a preview of Thursday's meeting, a debrief of the Park Silly Sunday Market, Kimball Arts Festival update and details about the Bonanza Art park and then Summit Community Gardens Executive Director Sloane Johnson has details about the past season and a reminder for current plot owners that they have until the end of the month to renew their plot for next season.

( 3:01) Summit and Wasatch County preliminary election results
( 6:51) Park City says 10,000-11,000 people gathered on Main Street for Halloween
( 9:21) Live Like Sam Founder Ron Jackenthal
( 18:36) By Proclamation: November 12, 2021 is Rick Brough Day
( 21:00) Park City Manager Matt Dias
( 39:08) Summit Community Gardens Executive Director Sloane Johnson

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