Welcome to Community Events & the Bulletin Board
Ephraim Seniors June Calendar
June 2 – Lyons Club. June 13 – DUP summer break. June 16 – Board Meeting at 9am. Potluck at noon ( $2.50 if not a committee member). June 27th – pizza party with dessert and free Bingo. $2.50 for the meal.
call for information about day rental for the building, info on Quilt tying or renting the Senior van.
Contact: ----- at 283-6310
Gunnison Valley Hospital reduced Lab Clinics
3 different reduced lab clinics. Gunnison Home Care Building ( 45 East 100 north) – June 21st at 10am to 12pm.
South Sevier Senior Center ( 140 West 100 south.)- June 28th from 10am to 12pm.
Mt. Pleasant Senior Center ( 101 East 100 North) – June 30th from 10am to 12pm.
Labs offered: A1C for $15, lipid profile for $10(must fast for at least 8 hours)
Contact: Heidi Ison at 435-528-3955
Manti Girls Basketball Summer Camps
Manti High School is excited to offer a Girls Basketball skills camp on June 27th-June 30th. This is an excellent opportunity for athletes interested in improving their skills as a basketball player. MHS Girls Head Basketball Coach Roger Watson, coaching staff and players will conduct the camp. The objectives of the camp are to improve basketball skills and confidence with. Each participating camper will receive a T-shirt & basketball.
Cost:$30.00 before May 26th $35.00 after May 26th Elementary Girl’s (3rd-5th grade) @ Ephraim Elementary June 27th & June 29th 1:00-3:30pm.
@ Manti Elementary June28th &June 30th 1:00-3:30pm
Middle School Girls (6th-8th grade) @ Manti High School June 27th-June 29th 9:30am-Noon
Contact: Coach Watson at 851-0527
Resume writing, interview skills workshops
The Department of Workforce Services in Manti is offering free resume writing and interview skills workshops. Starting in January, resume writing workshops will be every Tuesday, and interview skills workshops will be on Wednesdays. Contact the DWS office for times.
Contact: Department of Workforce Services at 835-0720
Community Business Education
Come sharpen your BUSINESS SKILLS at no charge. May 18, 19- QuickBooks for Business June 8,9- Investing: How and where to start June 29,30- Utilizing Technology in Business
Register at: hallowscompany.com or 283-2015
Training Location: 11 W 700 S, Ephraim
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Contact: Ladd Hallows at 283-2015
Moroni Turkey Slam Softball Tournament
Registrations are being accepted for Moroni City’s annual Turkey Slam Softball Tournament to be held on Saturday, July 2nd.
Registration can be done in person at City Hall or by calling the office at 436-8359 ext 2. Sign up by June 30th.
Contact: JoAnne Christensen at 436-8359 ext. 2
Mount Pleasant hub city days fun night
Friday, July 1 at 7:00 p.m. There will be Barrel Racing, Hide Race, Musical tires, Stick Horse Race & Calf ribbon pull. $10 entry fee. Sign ups begin at 6:00 p.m. Free Admission for spectators!
Contact: Molly Brotherson at 469-0174
Cattle on the move in Manti
Manti Residents beginning Thursday June 30th till July 2nd cattle drives through the city will occur as cattle are herded to summer range on the mountain. To keep cattle off your property you may want to erect a temporary barrier.
Contact: Manti City at 835-2401
Basin Drive-In Car Show
Bring your vintage, Classics, Muscle, Mopar, 4×4, hotrods and ratrods alike to our 1st annual "Basin Drive-In Car Show" Hosted by Basin Drive-In and Arrowhead Upholstery. Saturday, July 2nd @ 4:00pm 680 N State Street in Mt.Pleasant. Come enjoy a Show burger and local classics as we raise money for our local Veterans Register your car right before the show at 3pm. The movie "American Graffiti will be shown at dark.
Contact: Megan Dimmick with Arrowhead Upholstery at 1-801-609-8744
Mt. Pleasant City Hub city days Rodeo July 2 & 4
Don’t miss out tickets are being sold online this year at www.hubcityrodeo.com Premium reserved tickets are $12.00 for Adults and $8.00 for kids 12 & under. Standard Reserved tickets are $10.00 for Adults and $6.00 for Kids 12 and under.
Contact: www.hubcityrodeo.com at 469-0174
Salina Riding Club Independence Day Rodeo
The Salina Riding Club presents their Independence Day rodeo on Saturday and Monday, July 2 and 4, with fireworks after the rodeo on July 4. Stock will be provided by RMPRA Broken Heart Rodeo Company.
Tickets are $10 for adults (13 and up), $5/child (6-12), five and under are free.
Place: Salina outdoor arena.
Time: 7:45 p.m.
There will also be a street dance on Main Street July 2 at 9 p.m. Admission is $5.
Contact: Salina Riding Club at ---
Fillmore City 4th of July
Independence Day the Fillmore way!
Saturday, July 2
6:30 p.m. – Children’s bike parade.
7:30 p.m. – Run for freedom (5k color run)
8 p.m. – Free pioneer dance at Statehouse Legislative Hall. Everyone is welcome, 8 p.m. families, 9 p.m. youth.
Monday, July 4
6:30 a.m. – Tri for Freedom (triathlon). Register at millardcounty.org or at the pool that morning.
7-9 a.m. – American Legion breakfast.
9 a.m. – Freedom Mile registration and run.
10 a.m. – Parade
11 a.m. – Food and children’s games.
1-4 P.m. – Free swimming/splash pad at the pool.
1:15 p.m. – Pie eating contest.
2 p.m. Rounders baseball
Contact: Fillmore City at 435-743-7010
Gunnison 4th of July activities
Celebrate Independence Day 2016 in Gunnison!
Friday, July 1 BMX races (Track located behind cemetery). 7:30 p.m. registration, races begin at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 2 8-10 a.m. – Frisbee golf tournament. 6-10 p.m. – Food in the park. 6-7 p.m. – Local band "Melting Rain" 7 p.m. – DSA Youth awards and grand marshal. 7:15-8:45 p.m. – Lion’s Club auction. 8:45 p.m. – Free concert by Eclipse 6. 10:15 p.m. – Fireworks by GVFD.
Sunday, July 3 7 p.m. – Patriotic fireside, Gunnison Stake Center.
Monday, July 4 6:30 a.m. – Flag ceremony. 6:30-8:30 a.m. – American Legion breakfast. 9 a.m. – Parade. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. – Games at the park, volley ball tournament, horseshoes, DUP cabin will be open. Lunch by the Lion’s Club. 12-4 p.m. – Open swim at the pool.
Contact: Gunnison City at 528-7969
Mt. Pleasant benefit 10k/5k/1k runs
Mt. Pleasant is having a 10k and 5k run, July 4. The race will start and end in the parking lot of the El Mexicano Restaurant on the south end of Mt. Pleasant on Highway 89. Registration in the parking lot is between 7 and 7:25 a.m. with the race beginning at 7:30 a.m.. The 10k is $20.00 and the 5k is $10.00. We also have a 1k for kids for $5.00. All the proceeds will go to the Sanpete County Food Pantry. There will be medals, shirts and fun for all!. Come and join us!
Contact: --- at ---
Moroni 4th of July
Moroni City 4th of July activities
Saturday, July 2
Turkey slam co-ed softball tournament. Registration $225, guaranteed four games, max of 14 players on a team. Contact Heidi Roper, 208-227-3140. 5:30-8:30 p.m. – Famous bbq turkey dinner, sponsored by Norbest. Moroni City Hall Park. Pre-registration for fun run. 6-9 p.m. – Trap Shoot, Mudd Bogg area. Dusk – Movie in the Park, free.
Monday, July 4
7 a.m. – Fun Run, 5k and youth 1 mile run. Registration from 6-6:45 a.m., Moroni City Tennis Courts. 7-9 a.m. – Breakfast, City Hall Park. 8 a.m. – Flag Ceremony, City Hall Park. 9:45 a.m. – Airplane ping pong ball drop. 10 a.m. – Mammoth parade, contact Tyler Bailey, 851-0568. 10:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. – Carnival at Center Street Ball Park. 11 a.m. – Car show, Center Street Ball Park. 11:30 a.m. – Relay races. Noon – Basketball shootout, activity center. 7:30 p.m. – Pre-fireworks show, featuring JD Fox, Center Street Ball Park. 8:30 p.m. – Colored chalk throw. 10 p.m. Spectacular fireworks show presented by the Moroni City Fire Department and Chief Paul Anderson.
Contact: Moroni City at 436-8359
Salina Independence Day Rodeo
Salina Riding Club. Independence Day Rodeo. Saturday July 2nd & Monday 4th starting at 7:45 Nightly: Salina Outdoor Arena $8000.00 in added money. Contestants Hospitality Tent. Registrations June 23 Noon to 6:00pm 1-719-486-0599.Home town entries June 22,6:00pm Junior Barrels June 22,15& under # 1-435-287-9488. Largest FIRE WORKS in Central UTAH By Salina Fire Dept, after the rodeo on the 4th. Annual Street Dance July 2nd after the Rodeo, with Borderline…live music. Family fun and a hole lot more. Salina Riding club is a nonprofit organization, family friendly and always looking for new members. Meeting are First Saturday of the month at 7:00 pm at the club House.
Contact: Wessley Andreason at 979-0161
4th of July Celebration in Aurora
Everyone come to Aurora for this year’s 4th of July celebration! The events begin on Saturday July 2nd with the fireman’s dinner at 6:00 p.m. followed by the community talent show at 8:00 p.m. The best event of the night will be the fireworks starting at dark and presented by the Aurora City Fire Department. On Monday July 4th there will be games and lunch at the city park from 10:00 am until 2:00 p.m. with kids races starting at 2:00 p.m. There is nothing like a great 4th of July celebration in Aurora!
Contact: Clint Johnson at 529-7643
Rotating Art Gallery
Fairview Museum will host the art of Kris Mills and Faye Watson May 13th 2016 to July 6, 2016. A reception to honor the artists will be held at the fairview museum on Friday, May 13th from 6:30 to 8pm.
Contact: Fairview Museum at --
5th Annual Boone Brothers Football Camp
Saturday July 9th, 2016 Millard High School Football Field 200 W Eagle Drive, Fillmore, Utah 8:30 am – 2:00 pm Grades 5-8 Early registration is only $29!
Register now at www.boonebrothersfootball.com
Includes lunch, Tshirt, wristband, personal autographed framed photo with the Boone brothers.
Aaron, Jesse and Jason graduated from Millard High, Snow College, University of Utah and University of Kentucky. They played professionally in the NFL, CFL, UFL, AFL and NFL Europa.
This is a non-profit event and we welcome great sponsors. Sponsors will have their name/logo on camp Tshirts and receive autographed photos and Tshirts.
What’s in it for the Kids!
- Have FUN!!!
- Learn proper fundamentals and skills of football from the Pros, Boone Brothers Aaron, Jesse & Jason.
- Listen to motivational talks and the importance of goal setting and perseverance in overcoming life’s obstacles, in a caring and supportive atmosphere.
- Boone Brothers Football Camp T-Shirt
- Every participant will learn skills and drills for all positions, offense and defense. They will practice throwing, receiving, kicking, blocking, running, tackling, and scoring! They will also be taught the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship.
- Each athlete will have their individual photo taken with the Boone Brothers. They will recieve an autographed, framed copy.
- Prizes and Awards for top performers in a number of different challenges and competitions.
- Random drawings will be held for additional prizes.
Contact: Jonathan Boone at 1-801-376-1883
Butch Cassidy Festival
16th Annual Butch Cassidy Festival, Beaver UT.
When: July 8 and 9
Where: Beaver UT, birthplace of Robert Leroy Parker, aka Butch Cassidy.
Jay Pitcher hypnotist show Friday and Saturday, free ATV trail rides, Crusher in the Tushar road and dirt bike race, pie eating contests, craft, Mountain Man Camp, concessions. Also the Town & Country amusement show and aerial assault extreme entertainment.
For more information, visit beavercountytravel.com.
Contact: Beaver Valley Chamber of Commerce at 435-438-5081
Windsor Chair Workshop
In this class students will build a Windsor chair using traditional tools and methods. This five day workshop will be taught by Marcus Reed with some assistance from Jock jones. Each student will build a hoop back Windsor chair that they will take home with them.
When: July 11-15 8 am to 5 pm Where: Snow College Building Construction Facility at West Campus 325 West 100 North, Ephraim, Utah (approx. 2 hours south of Salt Lake) Workshop cost: $500.00 To register call the Snow College cashier at 435-283-7295 between 10am and 4 pm . For more information contact Don Saltzman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-851-3968
Contact: Snow College Cashier at 283-7670
British Soccer Camp
Sanpete’s British Soccer Camp will be held July 11th-15th at Manti City Park. This camp is for players age 3 to 12. Register at www.challengersports.com There are a variety of options available. First Kicks – Age 3 – 11am – 12 pm daily $82. Mini Soccer – Age 4-5 – 9am – 10:30 am daily $96. Half day – Age 6-12 – 9am – 12 pm daily $127. Golden Goal – Age 8-12 – 1 pm – 3 pm Mon-Thur $47. (You have to be enrolled in 1/2 day in order to do Golden Goal.) $10 late fee if you sign up after July 1st. Sign up by May 27th to get a free jersey. Camp costs include a soccer ball and t-shirt.
Contact: Loren Thompson at 364-0077
Summer Food Service Program
from June 6 – July 15th , Monday through Friday. No lunches on June 13-17th or July 4th.
Free for 18 year olds and younger.
12:00 to 12:30 at the following locations: Gunnison Park, Manti Park and Ephraim Heritage Park.
Contact: Analee at 835-2261
Job Openings at Skyline Mountain Resort
Openings for certified lifeguards & Golf Course Grounds, Maintenance & Pro Shop. Please call for details or drop resume off and fill out applications at the front Office, 22130 N. 11750 E., Fairview UT 84629.
Skyline Mountain Resort (435)427-9590
Golf Course Call (435)427-9575.
Contact: Skyline Mountain Resort at 427-9590
High School Health Care Career Camp
Health Career Exploration Camp is three days of activities designed to help students better understand careers in health care. Freshman through seniors are invited to attend. Students must have minimum 2.5 GPA. The camp will be held on July 18, 19 & 20 in Blanding at the USU Eastern-Blanding Campus. Cost for camp is $100.00. Applications can be downloaded from the website www.suu.edu/ahec.
Contact: ---- at ---
July Calendar for Ephraim Seniors
July 21st – Board Meeting at 9am. Potluck Dinner at Noon, Cost is $2.50 for non-committee members.
July 25th – Soup and Bread with dessert, followed by free bingo. Cost for the meal is $2.50.
The building is available for day rental, Seniors can tie quilts for a small fee, or you can rent the quilt room. The van can also be rented for use.
Contact: 283-6310, 283-6666
4-H Summer Camps
Sanpete County 4-H Summer Camps are finally here! There are 6 different camps (for a variety of ages and interests) that will be offered at each of 7 different locations throughout the county. All camps will begin at 10:00 am except those held at Moroni Elementary. They will start at 9:00 to coincide with their migrant summer school hours. For a full schedule and camp descriptions please visit our website, www.extension.usu.edu/sanpete/4-H/index under the "4-H Online Information" heading.
Contact: Cheryl Bartholomew at 283-3472
CAMP FLOYD STATE PARK TO HOST HISTORY CAMPS FOR KIDS
Camp Floyd History Camps for kids are a fun-filled educational experience about how soldiers lived at Camp Floyd between 1858 – 1861, and how the Utah War served pre-Civil War objectives. Campers meet costumed interpreters, play 19th century games, drill, march and set up a soldier’s camp, fire an 1860s period firearm, make and take home soldier craft activities. Other activities include conducting a full-scale military exercise; and observing muskets and a cannon fired.
Participants will receive a 2016 History Camp t-shirt, Union or Confederate kepi, replica rifle, canteen, haversack, wooden yo-yo and more. Campers return home each day with furlough papers. The park may be able to provide carpooling information with others in your area. These programs are for both boys and girls, eight to 11 years of age. Each camp is limited to 26 participants and runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Reservations and a $95 camp fee are required. Choose from 5 different camp dates.
Applications for the camp can be made online beginning March 10, 2016 at campfloyd.utah.gov Look for the EVENTS tab
Contact: campfloyd.utah.go at 801-768-8932
Summer run training
The cross country teams at North Sanpete High School and Wasatch Academy will offer three morning runs a week at 6:45 am starting June 13 to the start of the school year:
Mondays at the track at North Sanpete HS Wednesdays at the Fairview Ball Fields (100 N 200 W) Fridays at Terrel’s parking lot in Mt. Pleasant
These runs are for high school athletes who want to get in shape for the fall but are also open to any and all community members, from beginners to experienced. Call Coach Bill Bedford (435 262-7350) for details or questions.
Contact: Bill Bedford at 262-7350
Exhibit Bldg. 2016 Fair Schedule
Saturday, Aug 20th – entries accepted from 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Monday, August 22nd – 3-6pm baked goods and vegetables accepted, (items on plate and covered with wrap).
Tuesday, August 23rd – closed for judging
Wednesday, August 24th – 9-11am accepting open class florals—2pm exhibit building open until 8pm.
Thursday, August 25th – 11am – 8pm exhibit building open.
Friday, August 26th – open 11am – 8pm
Saturday, August 27th – open 11am to 8pm
Monday, August 29th – 3-6pm pick up entries from exhibit building
Contact: Sandi Schoppe at 851-4322
Sanpete County Fair
Items will be received for the Exhibit Building on August 20th from 1pm to 5pm. We have hanging frames for the quilts this year to protect them and display them better. Two Hand made quilts per person, hand stitched or machine stitched, that have not been entered in our fair will be accepted. We discourage tied quilts. Please bring your other talents! Baked goods, bottled fruits and vegetables, fine arts, sewing, leather, wood, all sorts of hand made items. We hope to be filled to the brim with items of your talent this year. You will need to pick up your items on Monday August 29th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm… If there are any time changes I will post it. Any questions please give me a call.
Contact: Sandi Schoppe at 851-4322
Community Garden opportunity
There is an opportunity for families, 4-H youth and Eagle Scouts to have an educational garden experience at the community garden. This is a free opportunity, but will require:
1 day per week minimum commitment, although you may do more.
The amount of work done determines the share of the garden and the harvest.
Families are required to help one weekend during the farmer’s market.
If you are interested, call Pete at 283-3472.
Contact: Pete at 283-3472
Manti Irrigation notice
Notice to all residents of Manti. Summer water conservation practices have started. No outside watering between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Also reduce your total water consumption by at least half. We are worse off than last year.
Contact: Manti Irrigation at 435-851-3283
Hoodoo Hill Flea Market
1515 South Highway 117 Mt. Pleasant
The flea market will be open 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on June 17 & 18, July 15 & 16, August 19 & 20, September 16 & 17.
Admission is free. We are planning a bigger and better year with vintage & antiques, old books, handcrafted keepsakes & gifts, repurposed & upcycled, country & shabby chic. Find your next DIY project!
Seller spaces are $5 & $15 each day.
Contact: Colleen Lusk at 406-2469
Water Conservation Guidelines
The Utah Division of Water Resources has launched a campaign to encourage residents to use less water this summer. A weekly lawn watering guide with recommended levels of water lawns need each week is available for each county in the state. The guide can be found at conservewater.utah.gov.
Contact: conservewater.utah.gov at ---
New Find your Park Website
The National Park services is having a hundred year celebration.
As part of the centennial celebration, the National Park Service has kicked off a movement called Find Your Park to inspire people to connect with, enjoy, and support America’s national parks. At FindYourPark.com visitors can virtually explore Utah’s (and other states’) national parks and find out about special events .
FindYourPark.com is just one of the many ways the National Parks Service is celebrating its centennial. Visit www.nps.gov to find out more.
Contact: --- at ---
Free National Park Days in 2016
January 18: Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
April 16 through 24: National Park Week.
August 25 through 28: National Park Service Birthday.
September 24: National Public Lands Day.
November 11: Veterans Day.
Contact: --- at ---
Blood Pressure Clinics
free blood pressure clinics sponsored by Gunnison Valley Home Care are monthly at the following locations: Manti Senior Center the second Wednesday of every month from 11:15 to 12:15. Gunnison Senior Center the third Thursday of every month from 11:30 to 12:30. Salina Senior Center on the third Thursday of every month from 11:00 to 12:00. The Richfield Senior Center on the third Wednesday of every month from 11am to 12:00. The Monroe Senior Center on the Third Thursday of every month from 11am to 12.
Contact: Krista at 435-528-3955
Diabetic Support Group
The Diabetic Support group is offered by Gunnison Valley Hospital. They meet the third Tuesday of each month from 3-4pm in the Homecare Building across from the hospital. They are free of charge and everyone is welcome.
Contact: Heidi at 435-528-3955
Bereavement Support Group
Gunnison Valley Hospital hosts a grief support group on the first Tuesday of each month. They meet in the conference room at 7pm in the Homecare building at 45 East 100 North in Gunnison. Anyone is welcome
Contact: Carl Cox at 435-528-3955
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered 12-step program for those dealing with addictions. It is held at the Sevier Valley Southern Baptist Church, 501 North Main, Richfield, at 6 p.m. on Thursdays.
For more information, contact Pastor Bobby Gore, 893-5928
Contact: Bobby Gore at 435-893-5928
Mt. Pleasant Library New Schedule
Mt. Pleasant Public Library’s New Schedule
Mondays and Fridays: 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays-Thursdays: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Veterans help line
If you are a veteran in emotional crisis and need help RIGHT NOW, call this toll free number 24 hours a day 7 days a week: 1-800-273-8255. Veterans should press "1" after being connected. You will likely be asked for your Social Security Number if you are seeking further VA benefits or services.
You can also visit utvet.com on the Internet.
Contact: Veterans Help Line at 1-800-273-8255
World War II Veterans stories
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs and the Utah State History are teaming up to collect stories of Utah’s World War II veterans.
Veterans and their families are encouraged to go to mymilitarystory.utah.gov to share their stories.
Donations of artifacts, such as diaries, photos and memoirs to state or local historical agencies is also encouraged.
Contact: mymilitarystory.utah.gov at ---
NAMI Connections Recovery Support Group
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Connections is a recovery support group for people living with mental illness, in which people learn from each others’ experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement and understanding.
Through the NAMI Connections, participants will find a casual and relaxed approach to sharing the challenges and successes of coping with mental illness. Groups are confidential – participants can share as much or as little personal information as they wish. It’s a chance to share your experience and learn from others who have been there.
Monthly meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at 125 S. State Street, #2 in Mt. Pleasant. For information on the Connections recovery group, please call Jen at 435-660-6055.
For more information on NAMI Sanpete County, please call 435-851-0220.
Contact: Vickie Anderson at 435-851-0220
NAMI Family Support Group
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Sanpete County is offering a free family support group. Family support groups are an important free resource for families who have a loved one with mental illness. Learning that others have been able to work out some common issues can inspire hope.
Through the NAMI family support group, you will find a network of friends who care and understand, ideas that help you take care of yourself and your family, and a chance to share your experience and learn from other who have been there. You will also receive information about brain disorders, treatment and services.
Monthly meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the South Sanpete School District, 39 S. Main St., Manti.
There will be no meeting September 17, and the meetings in October will be October 8 and 22.
If you have questions about NAMI Sanpete County, please call 435-851-0220
Contact: Vickie Anderson at 435-851-0220
Come join us on the 3rd Friday of each month from 7-9pm at the Ephraim Stake Center (400 E. Center, Ephraim) for an exciting evening filled with great music, awesome dancing, and lots of fun! Whether you want to listen to sweet tunes or to learn or improve your traditional dance skills, there will be a little something for everyone. The focus will be on more traditional dances (waltz, cha-cha, tango, swing, etc.). No experience is required, and all are welcome to attend (children under 16 must be supervised by their parents or guardians).
For more info, contact Steve Zollinger (email: email@example.com,
Contact: Steven Zollinger or Renae Anderson at 813-2671 (Steven) or 851-0387 (Renae)