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Festival of Service

The Community Volunteer Center is hosting the second annual Festival of Service at the Castle Dale Senior Center on Jan. 20 from 6-9 p.m. The Smoke Pit Barbecue will be selling food with profits benefiting the local food bank. There will be a local country band providing music. They will also be highlighting several nonprofit agencies like BACA, United Way, Early Intervention, Community Nursing Services, Citizen Emergency Response Team (CERT), American Cancer Society, Desert Edge Soup Kitchen, Emery Care and Rehab, the local Food Bank and others. They are asking folks to bring canned or non perishables to help the local food bank. Funds raised will go to both the local volunteer center and food bank.

Volunteers Needed

Behind the Reef Trail Maintenance Project

The Bureau of Land Management, Price Field Office, in cooperation with the Utah Division of Natural Resources Off-Highway Vehicle Program, is conducting a trail maintenance project Jan. 20 and 21, at the Behind the Reef Trail.? They will be meeting at the South Temple Mountain Wash camp area, (which is between Goblin Valley and the Temple Mountain Town Site, about six miles West off of Highway 24) at 9 a.m. both days.

Project work consists of trail maintenance and enhancement, as well as repairing the camping areas. Here's how you can help. Contact Jaydon Mead in the Price Field Office at, (435) 636-3646, if you have an interest in volunteering.?

Together we can make a difference.

Emery County Recreation Office Hours

The Emery County Recreation Special Service District board members have changed the time the Recreation office is open. The office will be open to the public from 12-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, call 381-2108.

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