Willow Creek Pet Center’s Donation to the Judge Memorial Annual Gala helps in the effort to raise funds that are necessary to maintain and enhance the excellent education provided to students.
Judge Memorial Catholic High School has been providing an outstanding educational experience for almost 100 years. The building was originally a hospital established for the Catholic coal miners working in Park City who suffered Black Lung.
When the coal mining declined in the area, Mary Judge, a benefactor of the hospital went to the bishop of the Diocese of Salt Lake to reopen the facility as a school. It was opened as a school in 1921.
The school continues to build upon the legacy of Catholic education started by Mary Judge.