Friday, April 4, 2008

News Briefs

Bank is fan of Hemingway

    For the fourth consecutive year, Zions Bank of the Wood River Valley will be a title sponsor of the Sun Valley Ernest Hemingway Festival.
    The Sun Valley-Ketchum Chamber & Visitors Bureau will present the festival Sept. 25-28.  Events will occur in and around Ketchum and will feature keynote speaker Hilary Hemingway, niece of Ernest. She and her husband, Jeff Lindsay, will present a documentary, “Hemingway in Cuba.”
    Thanks to Zions Bank, “we are able to continue to expand our vision for this event and create another important cultural event of the valley,” said Carrie Westergard, marketing director for the chamber.

Build a child’s self-esteem

    St. Thomas Parents of Preschoolers will host therapist Lizbeth Giglio for a lecture from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 12, at the Wood River Community YMCA in Ketchum.
    Her topic will be “Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem.” 
    “At every stage of a child’s life, his or her self-esteem determines the degree to which she can use the personal resources and potential he or she was born with,” Giglio said.
    A child, adolescent and family therapist, Giglio has been in private practice in the Seattle area for 17 years, and in the Sun Valley area for the past three years.
    Childcare is available. Contact Anna Johnson at 726-5349, ext. 13, to reserve your child’s space.
    The presentation is free of charge. Childcare is free for YMCA members and $5 per child for non-members.

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