- Utah Boys Ranch Roundup:
The Utah Boys Ranch will sponsor "The Ranch Roundup: A Tribute to Dr. Lowell L. Bennion," founder of the organization, Saturday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m. at Little America.
Gov. Norm Bangerter will serves as master of ceremonies.
- For corporate or individual tables, call 969-3252.
- Kansas Club:
The 1991 Kansas Club of Utah annual meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 29, 6:30 p.m., at Chuck-A-Rama Buffet, 2960 S. Highland Drive.
The cost will be $9 per person. For advance reservations, call 277-1746 or 277-9412.
- Adult high school:
Students interested in earning their high school diploma may enroll in G.E.D. Preparation or beginning accounting classes that start the week of January 28 in the Jordan School District.
All classes are held in the evenings and students do not need to reside within the boundaries of the Jordan District.
Registration will take place until Jan. 25, from 8 a.m. until noon and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Jordan District Office, 9361 S. 400 East, Sandy. Call 561-7100, ext. 180 for more information.
- Turning Point:
A program to assist single parents and displaced homemakers at Salt Lake Community College, "Turning Point," is sponsoring a series of free brown bag discussions in the College Center, Redwood Road Campus, 4600 S. Redwood Road.
The public is invited and participants should bring lunches to eat during the noon-time presentations. The next, "Domestic Violence," is planned for Thursday, Jan. 24.
The Jan. 31 presentation will be "How to Choose Quality Child Care."
- Back to Work Program:
Salt Lake Community College's "Back to Work" program is now under way and continues through March 15.
Students train on WordPerfect, office machines, secretarial procedures, etc. in this program, aimed at helping students find better jobs.
Call 967-4148 for more information.
- Professional Republican Women:
The Utah Professional Republican Women will meet Feb. 7, noon, at the Utah State Capitol for a luncheon and a report from women currently serving in the Utah Legislature.
Chaired by Representative Afton Bradshaw, the discussions will center on current issues before the legislature.
The event is open to members and guests. For reservations, call Michelle Mitchell, 531-8900, or 359-5108; or contact Mary Callahan, 251-1113, or 467-6298.
- Sugar House Park Authority:
The Sugar House Park Authority Board of Trustees will hold their next meeting on Thursday, Jan. 24, 3 p.m., in room 4017 of the Salt Lake County Complex, 2001 South State Street.
Items to be discussed include proposed capital improvements, the fee schedule and the maintenance contract with Salt Lake County.
- Westminster "Campus Preview Day":
Prospective students and their parents will visit Westminster College of Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, for a day of preview activities.
Students will take campus tours and attend sessions on financial aid, scholarships and career planning. They will also participate in college classes and talk with faculty members and current Westminster students.
"Choosing a college is a big decision. It is important for high school students who are considering Westminster College to come to the campus, talk with Westminster students and professors, and sit in on classes," Betsy McKean, associate director of Westminster admissions said.
Registration begins at 8:15 a.m. The next scheduled "Campus Preview Day" is Friday, March 8.
- More information is available by calling 488-4200.