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Dumpsters will be located at the city maintenance sheds south of the cemetery.
Dumpsters will be located at the city park.
Council members and citizens are encouraged to meet at the town hall on May 11 to assist in planting flowers for the town and park beautification project.
Dumpsters will be located at the rodeo grounds.
The Salina Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30 beginning at 9:00 a.m. sharp at the Salina City Park. Everyone is invited to attend.
North Sevier area schools will not be in session Thursday, March 28-Monday, April 1 for spring break. School will resume on Tuesday, April 2 at the regular time. Happy Easter!
Salina Business License Applications and Renewals are due by March 31, 2013. Please make sure you have submitted this information to the Salina City offices. Forms can be obtained at the Salina City Office at 90 West Main Street, Salina.
Salina City Cleanup will be held April 15-22, 2013. Dumpsters will be located at the rodeo grounds and everyone is invited to participate in cleaning up their own properties.
9 to vie for Miss North Sevier Crown Saturday, March 16
“We’re Really Gonna Rock Tonight,” will be the theme for this year’s Miss North Sevier Scholarship Pageant. The title will be sought out by 9 contestants on Saturday, March 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the North Sevier High School Auditorium.
You may purchase $6 reserved tickets prior to the pageant at Burns Saddlery in Salina or $5 general admission tickets the night of the pageant at the door.
The contestants and their parents are featured in this week’s Salina Sun. Get your copy at the following vendor locations: JJWD Hardware, Barretts Foodtown, Holly’s Pantry, Maverik, or Premium Oil. To subscribe, call 529-NEWS
Audrey Aders, the reigning Miss North Sevier of 2012, will be relinquishing her crown on March 16 at 7:00 in the North Sevier High School auditorium. She is the daughter of Cory Aders of West Valley City and Gina Williamson of Ephraim.
Jan. 24 webinar to provide techniques and tools for making financial goals stick
The road to a successful budget in the new year might begin online.
An upcoming Zions Bank webinar can help viewers accomplish what a recent Journal of Clinical Psychology study dubbed the nation’s third most popular resolution for 2013: “spend less, save more.”
Zions Bank Financial Literacy Manager Don Milne will host the Jan. 24 webinar, “Making Your Resolutions Stick: Budgeting For Your 2013 Goals.” The webinar, to be held from 12:15 to 1 p.m., is accessible by registering online at www.zionsbank.com. Participants can submit questions to Milne, and those unable to watch live can view a recording of the webinar.
Milne will show viewers how to balance the sample income of a couple who spend more than they earn. To implement Milne’s techniques at home, participants will receive a budgeting spreadsheet and may also use the Zions Bank eZ Budget tool online at https://www.zionsbankezbudget.com.
Those inspired by the webinar can continue the momentum by attending budgeting guru Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, hosted by Zions Bank. Classes begin in February at locations throughout Utah. To locate a class or sign up for the course through Zions Bank’s Eliminate Needless Debt program, email email@example.com or visit www.endprogram.com.
Financial Peace University was founded by national radio talk show host and New York Times best-selling author Dave Ramsey. By age 26, Ramsey had accumulated over $4 million in real estate, had a net worth of over $1 million, and made $250,000 a year. By age 30, he had lost it all. Ramsey rebuilt his financial life based on solid principals of common-sense money management, and now teaches others the lessons he learned the hard way.
The first lesson of the 9-week course, called “Super Saving,” is free to those who want to learn more about the class. Tuition for the full course is $99 per household and includes a comprehensive workbook, an envelope system for organizing cash, access to lessons online, and lifetime membership to repeat the course in the future.
Zions Bank provides scholarship opportunities for single mothers and those with military spouses serving overseas.
Zions Bank is Utah’s oldest financial institution and is the only local bank with a statewide distribution of branches, operating 106 full-service offices. Zions Bank also operates 27 full-service branches in Idaho. In addition to offering a wide range of traditional banking services, Zions Bank is also a leader in small business lending and has ranked as the No. 1 lender of U.S. Small Business Administration 7(a) loans in Utah for the past 19 consecutive years. Founded in 1873, Zions Bank has been serving the communities of Utah for nearly 140 years. Additional information is available at www.zionsbank.com.
The North Sevier, Richfield, and South Sevier Senior centers will be serving a Christmas meal on Thursday December 13th at 12:00. If you are over 60 there is a suggested donation of $2.50. If you are under 60 the meal cost is $5.25.
We would really like to get more of our seniors to come to lunch. So come enjoy the good food, socializing and celebrate the Christmas Season!
If you would like to come please call the centers in your area to make a reservation by 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Dec 12, North Sevier center at 529-3901, Richfield Center at 896-6807, or South Sevier Center at 527-4061.
PARENTS & GRANDPARENTS… Looking for the perfect gift for your middle schooler? Why not get them a gift certificate for a North Sevier Middle School 2013 Yearbook? Gift certificates are available at North Sevier Middle School in the office. It is just $25 for a gift that will give a lifetime of memories.
NSHS and NSMS bands and choirs will present their Christmas Concert on Wednesday, December 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the NSHS Auditorium. Admission is free and everyone is invited to enjoy milk and cookies with Santa after the concert!
North Sevier High School students begin Share Week (December 4-7). Throughout the week students raise money for those in need and provide service in the area.
As part of share week, NSHS is sponsoring a magic show. “The Amazing Magic Show” will be held at North Sevier’s Auditorium on Thursday, December 6. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show starting at 7:00. Cost is $5 for adults and $3.00 for students and children.
Baked items and a door prize will be raffled at 6:50 with all ticket purchases resulting in a chance to win. Canned food items will also be accepted, with all proceeds of the show used to pay for coats and other clothes items for those in need.
For more information contact NSHS at 529-3717.
Students at Salina Elementary will participate in the annual “Lights On” program at Zions Bank on Thursday December 8; each grade level will sing a song and help decorate the tree. Times are as follows: 9:30 – 3rd grade; 10:00 – Kindergarten AM; 10:30 – 1st Grade; 12:30 – 4th Grade; 1:00 – 2nd Grade; 1:30 – 5th Grade; 2:00 – Kindergarten PM.