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Eyes to the Sky Balloon Festival

In Salina, Utah June 15- 17th.  Hot air balloons taking to the sky along with a concert from the Wayne Hoskins Band.

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Fairview Senior Citizens Spring Calendar

Pot Luck Dinners will be held on the second and fourt Wednesday of each month at 6pm.  Bring your own dishes and a dish to share.  Dates will be Apr. 25, May 9th and 23rd, June 13th and 27th.


Bingo will be the 3rd Monday of each month at 2pm.


There will also be a yard sale on June 9th from 8:30am – 2pm.


If you have any questions call Erma at 427-9349

Post expires at 7:18pm on Wednesday June 27th, 2018

Veterans Memorial in Spring City

The Spring City Veterans Memorial Association is collecting information and donations to build a veterans memorial and monument on the city block. Get more info or find out how to help by getting on Facebook on the Spring City Veterans Memorial Association Page

Post expires at 3:19pm on Sunday July 1st, 2018

North Sanpete Volleyball Camps

Youth Skills Volleyball Camp  – July 18 & 19 10 AM – Noon. $25 per player.  Grades 1-8.   North Sanpete High School.  Register online., go the volleyball page.

NSHS Individual Volleyball Camp, featuring BYU Women’s volleyball staff and current players.   – May 29-31.  9 AM – 4 PM $85 per player.  Grades 5-12.   North Sanpete High School.  Register online., go the volleyball page.

Post expires at 11:25am on Wednesday July 18th, 2018

Food truck Roundups

The food trucks are back every Wednesday , starting March 28th at 100 S. State St. in Mt. Pleasant or in Ephraim at the Tractor Supply parking lot.  The trucks start serving at 5:30pm.  They will rotate around different types of food trucks.  Get on twitter , instagram or on Facebook under Mt. Pleasant or Ephraim Roundup to get more information or to tell them what type of food trucks you would like to have come visit.

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Wednesday night Bible Study

Join us at First Southern Baptist Church Mt. Pleasant For Bible Study at 6pm.  New Local pastor Preaching the Good News of Jesus Christ.

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New smiles for Veterans

New Smiles for Veterans is an organization to help veterans receive basic dental care since it is not provided through the Office of Veteran Affairs.

Dentists are also needed to provide services.

For more information go to Donations are also accepted.

You can also email

Post expires at 3:06pm on Sunday December 30th, 2018

Grief Support Group

Intermountain Sanpete Valley Hospital offers a grief support group for anyone needing help coping with the loss of a loved one. The group meets once a month on the third Thursday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the basement conference room at Intermountain Sanpete Valley Hospital.

Post expires at 3:12pm on Sunday December 30th, 2018

Sanpete Food Pantry

The Sanpete Pantry needs volunteers Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Family, church and Scout groups can call to arrange a time to volunteer.

The Sanpete Pantry is located at 1080 S. Blackhawk Boulevard in Mt. Pleasant and is open to the public for donations from 10-5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Friday.

Cash donations can be made online at

Post expires at 3:12pm on Monday December 31st, 2018

Click for Babies fundraiser

CLICK for Babies:
Period of PURPLE Crying Caps Campaign
CLICK for Babies is a grassroots public education campaign organized by the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (NCSBS) in partnership with hospitals, public health, and child abuse prevention groups to create awareness of the leading trigger for infant abuse, frustration with infant crying.

During the campaign, communities all across North America donate handmade caps stitched in all shades of purple. Along with these caps, new parents receive a video, booklet, and bedside information describing the Period of PURPLE Crying (a period of time when infant crying increases; beginning when babies are about two weeks old, peaking in the second month and ending around the third to fifth month).

The collaboration and coordination it takes to make the caps, distribute them to hospitals, and deliver them to parents provides a fantastic opportunity to bring the whole community together in an effort to raise awareness about this important issue.

What’s in a Name – Why “CLICK” for Babies?
The name comes from the well known “clicking” sound that knitters and crafters make with their needles as they create their works of art. Also, much of the campaign’s excitement and awareness is generated through social media when people “click” the keys on their computers to gain and share information.

The goal of the CLICK for Babies campaign is to increase awareness and educate others about the Period of PURPLE Crying that all infants go through, how to respond to prolonged crying, and the importance of never shaking your child – all in an effort to prevent the shaking and abuse of infants.

Go to

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