Welcome to Community Events & the Bulletin Board
Central Utah Business & Technology Conference
The Central Utah Business and Technology Conference will be held in Delta at the fair building on Thursday, April 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Speakers will be from the Utah Broadband project and Utah State University. Lunch will be provided by Ashton Meats and is included in the registration cost.
Producers of the popular "The County Seat" television news program will be filming at the conference. There will also be a chance to win an ipod.
Registration is $15 before April 17 and $25 after that date. Online registration is available at www.centralutahtechnology.com
Contact: Linda at 435-864-1407
Opinions wanted for ATV Trail system
The Sevier County Commission is wanting public input and opinions concerning the ATV Trail System in the area. There will be a meeting on Thursday, April 24th@7pm to discuss the widening of some of the trails. The meeting will be in the downstairs auditorium of the Sevier County Administration Building.
Everyone is invited. If you can’t attend send your suggestions to the Sevier County Commissioners, 250 North Main, Richfield, UT, 84701
Contact: Gary Mason at 979-7799
"Let it Be - 50 years of the Beatles"
Let it Be – 50 Years of the Beatles" Snow Dance Ensemble With Special Guests: Cadence, Wind Ensemble, Commercial Music Ensemble April 24-25, 2014, 7:30pm Eccles Center Theater Admission: $8/Adults, $5/Seniors & youth The "Fab Four" have had an impact on pop culture that is almost unrivaled. Join the Snow Dance Ensemble for an evening of wide-ranging contemporary movement, featuring live music from the Snow College Music Department
Contact: sherry Nielson at 283-7472
Manti Stake Family History Fair
The Manti Family History Fair will be Saturday, April 26th from 9am-5pm at The Manti Stake Center located at 555 East Union. It is not necessary to register, if you have trouble using a computer. If you do register, go to lds.org/familyhistoryday. You will need an e-mail. Classes for ages 12+ will be offered. This event is free.
Contact: Charlene Fjerstad at 435-835-4852
Manti/Sterling Old Folks Party
The annual event will be on Saturday, April 26th at 12pm. Everyone 65+ is invited. Lunch and entertainment provided, bring your own silverware.
event will be at the Manti red church on Main Street.
Contact: ------- at -----
American Legion Spring Convention
AMERICAN LEGION SPRING CONVENTION
TO BE HELD AT: MONROE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER, 240 NORTH 1ST EAST, MONROE, UTAH
ON: SATURDAY APRIL, 26TH 2014, 10:30 AM
YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THE PROGRAM AND SPECIAL SPEAKER
ENCOURAGE "ALL" VETERANS TO COME AND MINGLE AND ENJOY THE DAY
OPEN TO EVERYONE
FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AT THE CONVENTION
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SENIOR CENTER
Contact: Marvin Prince at ---
Refuse To Be a Victim seminar
You must register by March 22nd. I need to order seminar student packets. Seminar date is April 26th, in Richfield at Days Inn, 8:00am-12:00pm Fee is 15.00. Bring a family member or friend and the fee is 25.00
Through a four-hour seminar called Refuse To Be A Victim®, you can learn the personal safety tips and techniques you need to avoid dangerous situations and avoid becoming a victim.
The topics presented in the Refuse To Be A Victim® seminar include:
Mental preparedness, How to make your home more secure, Improving your physical security in various environments, Safety precautions when driving, Safeguarding yourself and items when traveling, Technological Security, identity theft, cyber stalking, cyber bullying. What to consider when choosing physical self-defense training, Personal protection devices.
The following optional topic areas can be added upon request in advance. These will also be covered in future seminars.
Workplace Safety, Safety for Parents and Children (Pre-school through High School), Safety for College Students, Safety for Seniors and Persons with Physical Disabilities. This is not a firearms course. This is also not a self defense course.
Firearms, other personal protection devices, and self defense are briefly discussed for consideration. However, most of the course is about lifestyle practices and changes in mindset that can enhance you and your families personal safety.
Contact: Chris Mietchen at 896-7744
Fallen Hero's 5k and Yard Sale!
5K RACE/WALK/RUN- Price: $10 per participant. Where: Manti City Park When: Saturday April 26th, 7:00am for registration, race will start at 8:00 am. - There will be fun prizes for winners! -
YARD SALE- Where: Manti City Park When: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
CAUSE- All proceeds will be donated to Fallen Hero’s Dream Ride Come help us raise awareness of our Heroes, and support to the children of our Fallen Heroes!
-Fallen Hero’s Dream Ride was formed after the death of LCpl Phillip Vinnedge who was killed in action while serving in Afghanistan. Phillip was a member of the Weapons Company of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, and was killed in action on October 13th, 2010. Fallen Hero’s Dream Ride was formed in honor of Phillip and they are an organization who raises awareness of the sacrifices our fallen troops have made. To learn more about Fallen Hero’s Dream Ride and their mission, projects, what they do to honor our fallen, and how they offer fun experiences for the children of the fallen, visit fallenherosdreamride.org
-Julie Vinnedge, the mother of Phillip, will be at the finish line of the race, giving out hugs! Come show your support and appreciation!
-The purpose of this 5k and yard sale is to raise awareness about the sacrifices our troops and their families make everyday. If you support our military men and women, and their families, and want to act upon your appreciation help us raise money by participating in our 5k and yard sale!
CONTACT: If you have any questions call Jaycie or Shayliese Nordell
SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!!!! INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!!!!!!
Contact: Jaycie or Shayliese Nordell at 851-7351
The U.S.U Extension and Horseshoe Mtn. Home Center Garden Workshops will be on the following Saturdays at 10am at Horsseshoe.
Feb. 15th – Landscape Design and Yard Master Planning
Feb. 22nd – Soils and Fertilizers
Mar. 1st – Residential Irrigation – Filration, Drainage.
Mar. 8th – Yard Ideas for Cutting Edge Landscapes.
Mar. 15th – Plant Selection – Sanpete Gardening
Mar. 22nd- Pest Control
Apr. 12 – Tree Pruning
Apr. 26th – Drip Irrigation -Water Conservation.
Contact: Horseshoe Mtn. Home Center at 462-0100
6 Stake Regional Singles Spring Fling
Social will be Saturday, April 26th @1pm at the Richfield Stake Center (159 North 400 West). Mexican food, entertainment, and a special guest speaker.
Bring a Friend! Spanish attire is encouraged.
Contact: MaryLee Harrison at 435-896-6733
Arise and Women’s chorus Spring concert. " I believe in Christ" will be held on Saturday, April 26th at 7pm at the Eccles Center on the Ephraim Snow College Campus. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Contact: ---- at ----
Gunnison City spring clean-up
It’s time for the Gunnison City spring clean-up. The clean-up will take place Monday, April 21 through Monday, April 28. White’s Sanitation will place dumpsters at 200 East Center and 200 West 50 North for your convenience. Please no household waste.
Contact: Gunnison City at 528-7969
Top Notch Archers 3-D Archery Shoot
Top Notch Archers Host 3-D Archery Shoot at the mouth of Mt. Pleasant Canyon on April 26, 27 and 28. 20 target fun round $10 and 10 target competition smoker round $10. We will give a new bow away. Come find out how you can win! Camping available for families who want to have fun all weekend.
Contact: Blake Johnson at 262-1892
April Ephraim Senior Activities
Wednesday, April 2,9,16,23,30th – Quilting at noon
Thurs, 3rd – Lions Club
Monday, 14th – DUP
Thursday, 17th Monthly potluck luncheon at noon.
Monday, 28th – potato bar, bingo, roulette, toss across at noon. $4/potatoe bar.
Contact: Ephraim Senior Center at 283-6310
April Schedule for Mt. Pleasant Seniors
Monday’s (7,14,21,28) – Quilting 9am
Tuesdays ( 1,8,15,22,29)- Quilting 9am, Bingo 1pm,
Tuesdays, (1,15,29) -Hand and Foot Club 6:30pm.
Wednesday,2nd – Monthly dinner at 6pm, membership dues due.
Wednesday, 16th – Potluck @6
Thursday ,(3,10) Exercise at 10am Thursday, (17) Health and Foot Clinic @1
Contact: Mt. Pleasant Senior center at 462-0249
Manti Music and Dance Spring Show
Manti Music and Dance presents "It’s Possible"
- Wednesday, April 30 at 7:00 pm
- Manti High School Auditorium
- $1.00 per person
- All proceeds go to the drama department at Manti High School
Performances will include numbers from Seussical, Peter Pan, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Urinetown, and Annie. Help build the performing arts here in Sanpete. Come on out and have a fun night together with friends and family!
Contact: Brittani Terry at 435-835-4786
Mental Health First Aid
Someone you know could be experiencing a mental illness or crisis. You can help them. Sanpete Valley Hospital is holding a class on mental health first aid training on Wednesday, April 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the hospital in Mt. Pleasant. This is a free class, but you must register to attend. You can register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 462-4185.
Sponsored by Intermountain Healthcare Community Benefit
Contact: Marian Johansen at 462-4185
Gunnison Valley Senior Citizens
Gunnison Valley Senior Citizens Thursday, April 3 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Hearing Specialist. You don’t need an appointment. 10 a.m. Shopping trip to Richfield. Call Lorna to reserve your spot, 528-3781.
Wednesday, April 16 10 a.m. Shopping trip to Ephraim. Call Lorna to reserve your spots, 528-3781. 11 a.m. – noon. Blood pressure and blood sugar screening.
Monday, April 21 6 p.m. Monthly potluck dinner. Bring a pot luck dish to share. Contact: 528-3781
Quilts for sale. Quilting on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at City Hall. Call Judy (528-5848) or Phylis (528-5848) to find out when.
Contact: Lorna at 528-3781
Manti City Creek Water Users
Attention Manti residents: Please make sure that your main irrigation valve is closed. Water will be available on Tuesday, April 15th. If you have any leaks please call.
Snow college's anniversary Celebration
The final 125th anniversary celebration for Snow College will be an Evening of Innovation. Friday, May 2nd at 7:30pm at the Eccles Center for the performing arts in Ephraim. Featuring Kurt Bestor and Dan Hill with the Snow College Orchestra, special receptions and presentation.
Tickets -$10 with proceeds going toward student scholarships.
Contact: www.snow.edu/125 at -----
Wildfire Community Preparedness Day
The National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Wildfire Community Preparedness Day is scheduled for May 3, 2014.
This day provides an opportunity to reduce risk and create safer communities.
To find out how you can participate, go to www.wildfireprepday.org.
Contact: NFPA at 1234567
Free Soccer Clinic for Kids-May 8th
A member of Challenger Sports’ British Soccer Camp staff will be at Manti City Park on Thursday May 8th running some FREE Skills Clinic sessions. They will also be on hand to tell our players and parents more about the popular British Soccer Camp program that has proved to be a great hit here in Manti over the past few years.
The FREE Skills Clinic will be running as follows: 5pm-6pm: 3-6 year old kids 6pm-7pm: 7 years and older
The British Soccer Camp this year will be talking place July 7th-11th, 2014 at Manti City Park
Sign your child up for this summer’s camp on Thursday May 8th and they can get their FREE British Soccer Jersey there and then! At the camp you will also recieve a soccer ball and t-shirt.
Contact: Loren or MaryAnn Thompson at 435-835-4132
Fountain Green Trap Shoot
50 Bird Shoot and fun shoots!!!! Starts at 10 am!!! Lunch will be available to purchase!!! Come have some fun!!!, this is Saturday May 10
Contact: Don Perry at 851-9298
Sevier County Youth Fair Board
The Sevier County Fair is starting a Junior Fair Board. Youth ages 13-19 who would like to volunteer can apply online at seviercountyfair.net. There will be scholarships for seniors available. Deadline for application is May 15.
Contact: Paula Martin at 435-893-0458
4th annual Templar Classic 3 v 3 Soccer Tournament
Tournament will be held on May 17th.
Six divisions: Mens 19+, Womens 19+, High School Boys, High School Girls, Middle School Boys, Middle School Girls,
Teams of up to 5 players. $40/team if you sign up by May 12th. $50/team after that. All teams guaranteed 3 games. Play on Utah Summer games regulation fields with Utah Summer Games rules.
Contact: Eleshia Steinfeldt, or Mike Tanner at 435-813-2758, 435-340-0171
BLM public meetings
3 public meetings will be this week to answer questions, provide information and accept comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the 412 mile Energy Gateway South Transmission Project that would carry power from south-central Wyoming to Central Utah.
Meetings will be held at 4pm to 7pm at the following locations and times.
-Tuesday, March 18th: Carbon County Fairgrounds, 450 S. Fairgrounds Road, Room 130 Price, Utah
-Wednesday, March 19th: North Sanpete High School, 390 E. 700 S. Mt. Pleasant
- Thursday, March 20th: Juab High School 802 N 650 E, Nephi, Utah
The public has until May 22 to review and comment on the draft EIS.
Contact: ------- at ------
May Fairview Seniors
Monday’s ( 5th,12,19,26)Quilting – at 9am. also, Tuesday’s ( 6th, 20th, 27th)
Tuesdays ( 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th)Bingo- @ 1pm
Tuesday, May 20th- Hand and Foot- @ 6:30pm
Wednesday May 7th, Monthly dinner @6 bring a bowl. May 14th- board meeting, May 21st – potluck dinner @6pm Thursday- May 1st & 15th – Laicos May 22nd, 29th – Exercise class at 10am
Contact: Fairview Senior Center at ------
North Sevier Senior Actives
The North Sevier Seniors have a "Olhausen" 7 foot Pool Table for sale. Its has new felt, good slate, and good leather pockets. Overall condition of table is very very good". We are asking $700.00 This is a grate table for a family room. We want to sell this table and put the money towards an 8 foot regulation table If interested contact Sharon Bullard at the Senior Office (435)529-3901.
We are also having a Yard Sale this comming June 7th and are looking for donated Items if you have Items that you would like to donate you can drop them off at the Community Center in Salina or Call the Center (435)529-3901 and someone will pick them up. This is our main fund raiser of the year.
There will be a Dance Friday April 25th from 7-9pm the Band is the Back Roads. Cost is $3.00 per person for the band. Come and injoy the music even if you dont dance come anyway and listen to some good music.
Contact: Vicki Phoenix at 893-1455
Sanpete Gives Back
The 5th Annual Sanpete Gives Back all night co-ed softball tournament will be held in Ephraim on June 13th and 14th. Please get your team together and come have some fun for a good case. Details for donations and support can be found on the Sanpete Give’s back facebook page. Kynlee Kjar of Gunnison is this year’s focus. She fighting with Leukemia and could use all the support our great communities can give her.
Contact: Brandon Olson at 851-4154
Come celebrate Olympic Day at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City. Event takes place on Saturday, June 21st and lasts from 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm. An evening celebrating Olympians, Paralympians, and the Olympic spirit! This special evening will include a Big Air show, athlete appearances/autograph area, food, music, and activities.
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
British Soccer Camp 2014
Sanpete Soccer is excited to announce this years British Soccer Camp. July 7th-11th at Manti City Park.
Camp includes a free ball and T-shirt (A free soccer jersey is also available if players are signed up by May 23rd.)
11am-12pm First Kicks Age 3 $78 9am-10:30am Mini Soccer Ages 4-5 $90 9am-12pm Half Day Ages 6-14 $120 1pm-3pm Golden Goal* Ages 6-14 $45
*Golden Goal is an add on session specifically for those registered for the Half Day program that runs Monday through Thursday. The players will be supervised over lunch by the British Soccer coaching staff.
If you sign up less than 10 days prior to camp, add a $10 late fee.
More information available at www.challengersports.com
Contact: Loren or MaryAnn Thompson at 835-4132
Come celebrate Western Day at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City. Event takes Place Saturday, July 19th from noon until 4:00. An afternoon full of BBQ, cowboy hats, and country fun. Activities, for children and adults, including face painting, country music, and bounce house will take place in the Olympic Plaza. In addition to the free activities, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy homemade BBQ and boiled peanuts. Cold drinks, ice cream, and popsicles will also be available to help visitors beat the summer heat.
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
Saturday Flying Ace All-Stars Aerial Show
Catch the high-flying action every Saturdat in July at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show presented by Montage Deer Valley. The event takes place at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City at 11:00 am. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s 750,000 gallon Aerials Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
Adults-$10 Youth-$5 Kids 2 & under-free
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
Johansen Construction offering mobile ferdeal certified testing and collecting.
Dear Business Owner: In an effort to become a safer and drug free work place we have appointed Kurt Newland as our safety manager. He has been trained and certified as a drug testing representative and we would like to offer his services to local business owners. Kurt has been trained in DOT and non-DOT drug testing and is available to perform pre-employment, random, post-accident, etc drug tests. Johansen Construction has a convenient trailer that has all the facilities for performing on site drug testing, he will come to you. J.C.I. also has software that will put your employees into a pool and draw names for your company randomly. Below is a price list for our services. Non- DOT drug test…………………………. $ 42.50 / per test DOT drug test……………………………….. $ 50.00 / per test Random Draw……………………………….. $ 2.00 / each draw Mileage Outside Sanpete County…….……… $ 0.55 / per mile Note: If customer comes to JCI’s office to be tested they will only be charged the price of the test. If you are interested in our services feel free to call our office at (435) 462-2815. Thank you, Johansen Construction, Inc.
Contact: Kurt Newland at 262-2461
Sunday Flying Ace All-Stars Aerial Show
Catch the high-flying action every Sunday starting June 8th – August 31st at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show presented by Montage Deer Valley. The event takes place at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City at 1:00 pm. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s 750,000 gallon Aerials Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
Adults-$10 Youth-$5 Kids 2 & under-free
Contact: Melanie Welch at 658-4200
CUCF Wild Horse Adoption
Adoptions are held on the first Tuesday of each month: Halter and saddle started horses available. Halter horses are firt come , first served for $125, adopt a buddy horse for $25 with the adoption of a full fee horse. Saddle started horses are available using silent bid with opening bids of $250.
Gates Open: 10am – 2pm and vehicles will be searched upon entering and exiting.
Adoption dates: May 6, June 3, July 1, August 5, September 2,
FYI- tobacco and pepper spray are considered contraband inside the prison. alcohol, explosive items, poisons, weapons, dogs and controlled substances are also not allowed inside prison gates..People 16 yrs and older will be asked to provide photo ID.
for more information get online at ut.blm.gov
Contact: Dona Bastian at 435-287-7591
Delta BLM Horse adoptions
The Delta wild horse and burro facility will have adoptions from 9am to 4pm on the following dates: May 16-17, July 18-19, September 19-20,
for more info get online at ut.blm.gov
Contact: Heath Weber at 435-864-4068
Crown Fighting Championships
Crown Fighting Championships
Saturday September 28
1835 Convention Center Drive, St. George
general admission: $20, VIP tickets, $35, VIP tables, $400-$500 (please check for availability)
please note that on September 28, all ticket prices will be increased by $5
Contact: Scott Ford or Aaron Reiss at 705-8428 (Scott) or 632-9832 (Aaron)
Limited use at Huntington Canyon
Huntington Canyon recreation sites will be available on a limited basis this summer because of the threat of flooding. day-use within the forks of huntington campground and overnight camping below forks of Huntington are open. other areas are closed, and a few day-use parking areas will also be available. You can get more detailed information online by searching Manti-La Sal National Forest. or calling
Contact: Bill Broadbear at 435-636-3516
New Rec. sites on the Manti-La Sal
Visitors may now use a new campground at the Miller Flat Reservoir and two rental cabins at Orange Olsen Administrative Site in Joes Valley.
sites can be reserved by visiting www.recreation.gov
for more info call the: Ferron/Price Ranger District 435-384-2372 or
Contact: Forest Supervisor in Price at 435-637-2817
Manti City Recycling Area
The Manti City recycling area, located north of the city limits, is open:
Monday-Thursday 12-6 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
The recycling center will accept organics such as tree limbs, bush and shrub trimmings, leaves, garden waste, and grass.
All other materials must go to the Sanpete County Landfill.
This service is for Manti citizens.
Contact: JoAnn at 835-2401
Sevier County Music Players Jam Dancers
Every Tuesday at the Richfield Senior Center 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Open to all ages. Because this event is Non-profit, Donations are accepted but not required, just to keep the Jam going.
Call 201-7868 for more information.
Sanpete County food pantry rules
Some of the rules and regulations have changed at the Sanpete County Food Pantry in Mt. Pleasant for 2014. Visits are by appointment only. You must meet the Income criteria, bring a photo I.D, proof of income, proof of address (utility bill) or a workforce services statement. Appointments can be made every 30 days.
Contact: Food Pantry at 462-3006
Cedar City Hand Bell Choir
The Cedar City Hand Bell Choir are looking for new ringers and all are welcome to chime in. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 5:30 pm at:
Community Presbyterian Church 2279 N. Wedgewood Ln Cedar City, UT 84721
Please contact Harry Taylor, music director at 702.601.2833 or email@example.com
Contact: Harry Taylor at 1-702-601-2833
IRS Tax Provisions
IRS Tax Provisions info is available at irs.gov/aca to educate individuals/businesses on how the health care law may affect them.
There are three pages on three sections:
explanation of tax benefits, responsibilities for individuals/families, employers and other organizations, featuring links and information for each group.
Visit the Web site for more info.
Mental health assistance
Mental health services for unfunded or underfunded patients is available. If you know someone who has a mental health issue, or if you need to talk to someone, contact Marian Johansen, Patient Access Manager at Sanpete Valley Hospital, to see if you qualify for a voucher for mental health services. Services available may include outpatient counseling, medication assistance and medication management.
Call Marian at 462-4185 or 851-5206.
Contact: Marian Johansen at 462-4185
Career Badger is Snow College’s one-stop source for Hire Learning and the central employee recruiting option for students and employers.
for more info on what Career Badger can do for you, please visit
myinterfase.com/snow/employer to create an employer account, post jobs, search students and make a job or internship connection.
Contact: Lisa Laird at 893-2221 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DAV Volunteers are needed to drive veterans who are living far away from VA hospitals in your area.
For more information on how you can be of assistance, please call the Salt Lake City VA.
Contact: 1-800-613-4012 ext.2003
DANCE at the Richfield Senior Center
Everyone is invited to come to the Dance on the first and third Friday of Each month from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Richfield Senior Center, 890 North 300 West. Live music by Dale Barney’s band, “Middle of the Road Band,”. And admission is $3 a person. For more information contact Jenavie Ricksecker at 896-5744.
Contact: Jenavie at 896-5744