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Associated Press Utah Daybook for Saturday, Nov. 19.

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MONDAY

SALT LAKE COUNTY MAYOR SCHEDULE:

Nov. 21.

7:30 a.m. Cabinet Meeting

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11 a.m. Julio Garcia

Mayor's Office

2 p.m. Laura Hansen, Julie Peck-Dabling

Mayor's Office

4:15 p.m. Interview with U of U's Jeremy Ruesch

Mayor's Office

Nov. 22. 7:30 a.m. Salt Lake Chamber Board of Governors

Chamber Offices

9:15 a.m. SLCo Council Committee of the Whole/Budget Workshop

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4 p.m. County Council Meeting

Council Chambers

Nov. 21. 10:30 a.m. TRANSPLANT MILESTONE — Intermountain Medical Center is holding a news conference on Monday with the doctors and patients who were part of the 1,000th living donor transplant to take place there. Physicians and caregivers from the transplant program will reunite with Lee and Pamela Sheppard, a married couple from Provo who became part of the event when Pamela donated a kidney to Lee earlier this month.

Location: Intermountain Medical Center, Main Lobby, 5121 Cottonwood Street, Murray

Contacts: Jess Gomez, 801-507-7455 or Jennifer Barrett, 801-408-2182

Nov. 21. 1 p.m. TSA NEWS CONFERENCE — Representatives from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) will hold a media availability to provide useful tips in advance of the 2011 holiday travel season.

Location: Salt Lake City International Airport, Terminal One Sky Bridge, (Between the escalators, second level)

Contacts: Lorie Dankers, 206.288.7810 ' Mobile: 206.743.1497

Nov. 21. 6:30 p.m. Gov. Herbert to attend Indigenous Day Celebration.

Location: Utah Museum of Natural History, 301 Wakra Way, Salt Lake City

Contacts: Brian Somers, 801.538.1053, 801.228.0150 - cell (call/text)

WEDNESDAY

Nov. 23. 9 a.m. CORROON HEAD START — Mayor Peter Corroon to give remarks at Head Start School Ribbon Cutting.

Location: 8250 West 3500 South, Magna

Contacts: Jim Braden, Mayor Peter Corroon, 801-468-3333, 801-557-6297 mobile

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