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Thursday, April 10th, 2014

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What’s a comin’? “THE WELLS FARGO WAGON” and it’s making its way to the North Sevier Middle School with a loadful of songs, dances and entertainment presented to you by the North Sevier Middle School Students as they present Meredith Willson’s “THE MUSIC MAN”. So come join in the fun on Thursday April 10, Friday April 11, and Saturday April 12 at 7:00 P.M. in the North Sevier Middle School Cafetorium. After all it isn’t every day you get to see a Wells Fargo Wagon deliver its goods to such an enthusiastic crowd of people!!!

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Salina City will be turning water into the Pressurized Irrigation System on Saturday, April 5, 2014.

    “Please make sure your PI taps are turned off, and monitor your system for any leaks,” said Salina City Mayor Dustin Deaton.

In addition, due to the mild winter, the city is starting the water year with restrictions.  The 2014 watering schedule is as follows: If your address (house number) is Odd you will water on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If your address (house number) is Even you will water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  There is to be no watering on Sunday, and no watering any day between the hours of 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

“We thank everyone in advance for their cooperation,” said Deaton.

Friday, March 28th, 2014

Michelle Holt FamilyJay Holt has been fighting cancer for several years. He has done everything possible to attain a cure but in the end he is losing his fight with cancer. His wife and family are rallying around him and are doing everything they can to help and comfort each other. This is a time the family will never forget and it needs to be a time when they are together and not worrying about anything but being together. Michelle is a teacher at the NorthSevierMiddle School and has had to take a lot of personal time off and has used up most of her leave days. She needs our help to be able to stay home and not worry about what she will do to pay the bills tomorrow.

There is an account set up at Zions bank in Salina and Richfield where you can make donations to help assure that Jay and Michelle’s last few days together are more peaceful and worry free.

They appreciate your kindness and generosity and will forever be grateful.

Friends of Jay and Michelle Holt

Friday, March 28th, 2014

A parent/student meeting for dancers interested in trying out for the NSHS Uniques Drill Team will be held Thursday, April 3 at 8:00 p.m. at the NSHS.  For more information or with questions, contact Natalie Porter.

Kindergarten registration will be held on Friday, April 4 in the Salina Elementary Multi-purpose room.  All children that will be five years old by September 1, 2014 need to register.

There will be one session held at 10:00 a.m. for all parents.  Pre-kindergarten students do not need to attend this registration meeting.  The school will give parents valuable information about what they can do to help get their child ready for school.

Parents will be given a brown registration folder to be completed at home.  The completed folder needs to be returned to the school office as soon as possible.

Testing will take place when school begins.  Parents will be notified by mail of their appointment.

Call the Salina Elementary School office for more information  (435-529-7462).

“Frozen,” 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 29 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.

 

 

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Utah Food Bank and Central Utah Food Sharing partner with Boy Scouts of America to Collect Food for local Families

 

 

Utah Food Bank and its partner agencies across the state are working with the Boy Scouts of America to help Fight Hunger Statewide during the 28th annual Scouting for Food, scheduled for Saturday, March 22.

This food drive comes at a critical time when supplies at emergency food pantries are beginning to thin following the holiday season.

“It is so rewarding to see the Boy Scouts of America, the Utah National Parks Council, the Trapper Trails Council, the Great Salt Lake Council, and the Utah National Guard all working together to help fight hunger within their own communities,” said Ginette Bott, Utah Food Bank chief development officer. “The food gathered across the state will have a great impact on the one in five Utah kids at risk of missing a meal today.”

Scouts will be delivering food donation bags to homes statewide during the week of March 17. Residents statewide are encouraged to leave food donations on their doorstep by 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 22, using either the bag provided or any other bag or box. Local Boy Scouts will be going door-to-door collecting the donations that will then be delivered to Central Utah Food Sharing.

Donated food should be commercially packaged and non-perishable items. Most needed food items include beef stew, chili, peanut butter, boxed and canned meals, canned meats, and canned fruits and vegetables, soups, and macaroni and cheese.

“The food donations received from our community will be used to help neighbors and friends in our own community,” said Roene Shaw of Central Utah Food Sharing. “Families who go without food look a lot like you and me. They are our neighbors, co-workers and friends, and they need our help.”

 

 

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

The annual Adult Recognition Banquet of the southern area (SevierCounty) of the Arapeen District of the Boy Scouts of America will be held Thursday, March 6th at 6:30 p.m. at the Richfield Youth Center in place of the monthly roundtable. This banquet is to honor some of the local scout leaders for service they have given to the boys and leaders in the scouting program during the past year. Awards will be given this year for 2nd Miler and District Awards of Merit. The meal is a potluck dinner by wards and all scout leaders are encouraged to attend.

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

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Thursday, January 16th, 2014

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Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

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Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

The NSHS Lady Wolves volleyball team would like to invite everyone to their last home game tonight, Wednesday, October 23.  This is Senior Night, and the senior teammates, Brynn Okerlund, Lainey Edwards, Devyn Sorensen, and Megan Johnson have decided to make this a ‘PINK’ game- giving light to Breast Cancer Awareness and Early Detection.  Players will be wearing pink, and encourage fans to do so as well.  Pink tee’s will be available for $10 with all profits being donated to Breast Cancer Awareness.

These seniors will be paying special tribute to local cancer survivors and are excited to play ball after the first ‘honorary serve’ is attacked by a special local cancer survivor—you’ll want to attend to find out who!!

The senior girls are encouraging all women to “get a mammo scheduled for our mommas’ and to call either theGunnisonValleyHospital(435-528-2125) or theSevierValleyMedicalCenter(893-0262) to schedule mammograms.

“We want everyone to keep in mind that early detection saves lives,” said Brynn Okerlund,” one of the event’s organizers.

In addition, if you mention “Mammo for Momma” when calling in October to schedule your appointment between now and the end of the year, you will receive a special gift at the time of your appointment.

Freshmen will start playing at 3:30 p.m. with JV to follow, and Varsity is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.

“You won’t want to miss this PINK game,” said Okerlund. “Come out and support your Lady Wolves as they take on Emery!”