Free garden manure at the Carbon County Sheriff's Posse station on 1000 North 1100 East next to the Toy Atwood ball fields. Come and get a load on May 3 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. A loader will be available and someone will load your truck or trailer. First come-first served.
Huntington Heritage Days will be accepting bids for the rodeo concessions June 27-28. Concessions will include the concession building as well as the Coke wagon comparable on the chute side of the arena. Minimum bid will start at $250. Send bids to Tory Killian, Box 1248, Huntington, UT 84528.
Huntington Heritage Days rodeo queen contest will be held June 7 at 9 a.m. at the rodeo arena. For information contact Tammy Oviatt at 687-2655 or 687-2264.
Huntington Heritage Days is looking for contests for the Miss Huntington Heritage Days Pageant. Huntington and Lawrence girls ages 6-24 are encouraged to participate. The pageant will be held on June 4. Entry forms will be available at Huntington City Hall. Deadline to enter will be May 28. For more information call Stacy Gordon at 687-2252 or 749-9929.
Huntington Heritage Days is looking for food vendors for July 4. Vendor forms are available at Wards 4x4 or Huntington City Hall. For more information call Tory Killian at 687-9458 or 687-9060.
Huntington Heritage Days parade would like to have your float in our parade. The cash prize for the best float is $100. Parade entry forms are available at Wards 4x4 or Huntington City Hall. For more information contact Rose at 687-2864.
A benefit dinner and auction will be held for Vonda Lofley on May 3 from 5-9 p.m. at the Huntington Senior Center. Dinner will begin at 5 p.m. and the auction will follow.
Huntington parents if you have a kindergarten student that has not registered, come in or call 687-9954 Huntington Elementary
For those that live on or near pipeline rights-of-way. The pipeline group will be holding a public awareness meeting open to landowners and farmers who are located or work near a pipeline right of way. The meeting will be held at the Carbon County fairgrounds event center, 393 South Fairgrounds Road, Price, on May 20 at 6:30 p.m. A free buffet dinner will be served for all the attendees from Carbon and Emery counties. To attend this meeting you must register by calling 1-877-933-7370 or online at www.pipelinegroup.com. Pipeline companies sponsoring the meeting are: Questar and XTO Energy Inc.
The first annual Cougar Arts Festival is to be held on May 1, from 6-8 p.m. The festival is informal and students, parents and other guests are welcome to stop by the school at any point during the two-hour time slot. The festival will feature student readings, musical performances, and a presentation by the Canyon View Drama Club of the short play Thelma Goes Psychic.
Residents living in and around Huntington are invited to come in for a free screening. The complete screening package now includes a new Heart Rhythm screening which checks for irregular heartbeat, a major risk factor for stroke. The screening will be on May 13 at 11 a.m. from 176 West 100 North in Huntington. Appointments will begin at 11 a.m. Call 1-800-643-6188 for an appointment.
Artistic recreations of American Indian rock art that are masterpieces in their own right. The show can be seen at the museum art gallery through June 2008. General admission charges apply.
Moab's first annual antique mart will be held on June 28 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. This event will be held in Swanny Park. For more information contact Janie at 1-719-671-1164.
The Bookcliff Muzzleloaders will hold their annual spring shoot at Pinnacle Peak on May 3 beginning at 9 a.m. Call Doc Atwood for info. 637-2923.
Special meetings at First Baptist Church in Ferron with Evangelist Mike Pelletier through May 2 at 7 p.m. nightly. Come for soul stirring music and life changing preaching from the Bible.
Anyone interested to participate a baseball tournament to be held on May 2 at 6 p.m. at the Huntington Ball Complex call Cheryl at 687-2403. There will be mens and womens divisions. Registration fee is $130 and all proceeds will be donated to the EHS Girls Softball team.
Emery County Recreation is registering teams for womens slow pitch softball and mens slow pitch softball. The mens league will be a metal bat league. All forms must be returned to the Recreation office no later than May 16. Full registration fee must accompany the form. You may pick up a form at the Recreation office, 75 South 400 East, Castle Dale, or go to www.emerycounty.com/rec to download a form. For more information, contact the Recreation office at 381-2108.
Come to the reflection day on May 3 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Home Place in Orangeville. During this day the search for "finding my true self" will begin. For more information and reservations call Paula at 435-748-2230.
Wanted, lady golfers of all ages to attend the opening social May 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Millsite Restaurant. A light dinner will be served, RSVP to Donna Sorensen, 384-2800, before May 2. See ya there.
Nominations will be accepted for Utah's outstanding older worker for 2008 until June 1. An online nomination form or a printed nomination form can be accessed at www.experienceworks.org. Nominees or applicants must be 65 years of age or older, a resident of Utah, currently employed, and working at least 20 hours each week for pay. The search for America's oldest worker for 2008 is also under way, as is the search for outstanding employers of older workers. For more information about Home Instead's services visit www.homeinstead.com.
To donate DVDs to veterans who otherwise do not have access to them, visit www.dvds4vets.org. For more information call Laurance at 1-914-835-3673.
The Senior Wheels USA Program makes available power wheelchairs to senior citizens and the permanently disabled at no cost to the recipient, if they qualify. The power wheelchairs are provided to those who can no longer walk safely, nor self propel a manual wheelchair and who meet the additional guidelines of the program. If the patient's need is for use in the home, call for more information to see if they qualify. Call toll free 1-800-246-6010.
CEU Archaeological Field School will be held this July 14 to Aug. 1 in Range Creek Utah. Cost for the class is tuition for 3 credit hours plus $270 fee. Class instructor will be K. Renee Barlow Ph.D. For more information call 435-613-5290,
Come join the Cinco de'Mayo celebration will be held on May 10 at the East Carbon Viking park, in East Carbon. Lots of games, lots of good food, and lots of entertainment. Most of all lots of fun.
Bible talks are being held at the Log Place in Price at 150 North Hospital Drive on Sunday from 5-6 p.m. and Thursday from 7:30-8 :30 p.m.-. No collections being taken. For more information call 435-668-6113.
Festive Fridays, sponsored by Utah State University Extension will be held May 9-Family Reunions and Picnics. Note, the May date is a change from May 2. All classes begin at noon upstairs in the courthouse on Main Street in Castle Dale. RSVP to the extension office at 381-2381. Each class will cost $2 for lunch and handouts. Lots of ideas for spring and summer fun.
June 18 from 2-4 p.m. at The Star Grill and Fun Center in Huntington. There will be free popcorn and the Star Grill will have a special for the children. J.B. is the author and illustrator of Camp Were Wolf. If you have a copy, bring it in and get it autographed. The Star Grill will have copies of both Camp Were Wolf and Franky Frankinstain. The official release date of Franky Frankinstain, is June 17.
Emery All-star Cheerleading Elite competition team tryouts will be held May 13, 14, 16, 17 at LaRae's Dance Studio. This is for ages 10-18. If you are not able to attend, you may schedule a private audition. Register and receive a tryout packet, some fees are due upon making the team. No auditions necessary for regular cheer classes ages 4-14. For more information contact Becky at 749-1582 or 687-2632.