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EHS Students Donate to Children's Justice Center

Shanae Butler, Alexis Swasey, Katie Reynolds, Shontelle Weaver, Shari Tuttle, Shala Pitchforth, Matt Mogensen, Jasha Hinkins, Shelley Wright, Kizzy Ellington, and Kristy Fredrickson gather with the items for the Children's Justice Center.

The Emery High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Sterling Scholars appreciates all those who participated in the 2005 Christmas Extravaganza fund raiser for the Children's Justice Center. They appreciate the following businesses for their participation and donations:

Trees and wreaths

BK's/Jone's Ace

UP & L Credit Union

Boyd's/Variety Video/RSVP/Health Dept.

Desertview Federal Credit Union (4)

McElprang/Clyde Magnuson Family

Emery High Food Service

Nielson Construction

Magnuson Lumber

Emery High Sterling Scholars

Orangeville Youth City Council

Castle Dale Elementary (2)

All Aspect

Heidi Van Wagoner/Brittany Ungerman

Tyler Jeffs Farm Bureau Financial Service

Food Ranch

Department of Workforce Services

Emery High Food Service

Carbon Emery Insurance

Classic Club/Tyler Jeffs Farm Bureau

Elmo Post Office

Affordable Flooring

Headed and organized by Business Sterling Scholar Alexis Swasey, the Extravaganza was a successful event for the Emery County community. The donated trees and wreaths were auctioned off and over $2,000 was raised on behalf of the Children's Justice Center (CJC). The FBLA and Sterling Scholars donated the locally purchased items to Shelley Wright (Director), Kristy Fredricksen (Office Manager), and Kizzy Ellington (CJC Coordinator) of the CJC.

Those purchasing trees and wreaths at the auction are much appreciated. These include: Todd Hinkins, Stacie Decker, Darcy Powell, Shari Tuttle, Gary Arrington, Darlene Magnuson, Stacie McElprang, Sandra Swasey, Brian Bernard (Nielson Construction), Shala Pitchforth, Neal Peacock, Diane Carter, Julie Wilson (BK's), Joe Begay, Jodi Magnuson, and Darlene Stevens.

Also, a special tribute to all those volunteers who made it possible. We appreciate you for your hard work and dedication; it was truly appreciated. A special mention to those who displayed personal Christmas trees, donated time and equipment, set up booths, and provided entertainment. A appreciation to the members of the community who supported the fundraiser for the children at the Justice Center.





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