A newly established AA meeting will be held every Monday night from 7-8 p.m. at the Huntington Senior Center, 176 West 100 North.
Desert Edge Christian Chapel in Huntington is hosting a new website, www.desertedgecc.com. Information about services, current events, comments, prayer requests, sermons and Bible studies times are available on line.
Everyone is welcome to meet with the Senator and question him about what is going on in Washington, DC. March 7 at 9 a.m. at Barnes Grill, in Castle Dale. RSVP by March 5, to 381-5411 or 748-2488.
Castle Dale City dog licenses are delinquent after March 1. A rabies clinic will be held Feb. 25, from 3-5 p.m. at the fire station. Licenses may be purchased from animal control officer Windy Larsen by calling 381-5204 or at the city hall during normal working hours.
Evening adult art classes with Michael Royall, Emery High art teacher. Painting and ceramics classes will begin March 10 for ceramics and March 11 for painting. Classes meet weekly for two hours, 7-9 p.m. and will last for eight weeks. Sign up for one or both. Pre-pay tuition at Emery High School office 435-381-2689. $80 for each class (materials are included.) Tuition must be paid before the start of class. Bring your creativity and have some fun. Hurry class sizes are limited.
The Emery County Community Theatre is presenting the musical "Nunsense", a musical comedy by Dan Goggin. This hilarious play is sure to bring delight to the teen and older audience. It will be presented March 12, 13, and 14 at 7 p.m. at the Emery High School auditorium. Tickets are $5 per person. Don't miss it.
The Emery County Historical Society welcomes you to join them to learn about Emery County during the prohibition era. Bootlegging, stills, and saloons, Feb. 26, 6:30 p.m., at the Museum of the San Rafael. They are encouraging everyone to come and share their knowledge of what went on in Emery County during this "spiritual" time of our history. You won't want to miss this evening. See you there Don't forget - dues $5.
A St. Patricks Day dance featuring "Music of the Heart" will be held on March 13 from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Price Senior Citizens Center. The public of all ages is welcome. There will be refreshments and door prizes. Donations are suggested. For more information contact Annette at 637-0161.
The tournament will be held March 21 at 9 a.m. at the Emery County Recreation Building, 75 South 400 East Castle Dale. Get your teams together and register at the Emery County Recreation Building before March 13. Teams must have six (or more) persons and can be made up of school business or family teams. Teams will be bracketed based on levels of players. The entry fee is $5 per person.
A weed and pesticide workshop will be held on Feb 26 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., in the Tamarisk Restaurant located at 1710 East Main Street in Green River. The workshop is sponsored and taught by the Green River Conservation District and USU Extension Service. Lunch will be provided. The cost for this workshop will be $12 per person. Those interested in attending, RSVP by Feb. 23, to the Utah Association of Conservation Districts at (435) 381-2300 ext. 101.
Come listen to Dennis Worwood from the Utah State Extension Service at the Ferron Library March 25 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. He will be discussing small family gardens. Now is the time to start preparing for the growing season. Stop by the library and see what Dennis has to say or ask a question or two.
Volunteers of American, Retired Senior Volunteers and the Foster Grandparent Volunteers are sponsoring another walk for seniors in our county. The kick-off party for West Emery County will be March 17-18 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the RSVP office in Castle Dale. For Green River, the kick-off party will be March 24 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 1:30-3 p.m. at the Community Center in the Senior Center. If you don't have a pedometer, they will be available at the kick-off parties. It is 5,548 miles to Moscow. For more information call Betty or Gerry at 381-2765 or 609-1254 or visit the RSVP office at 52 West Main, Castle Dale.
Utah cowboys representing all 29 counties in the State will be honored on July 2 during the 75th Anniversary celebration of the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo. Anyone is welcome to nominate a deserving cowboy or cowgirl from within the county in which they reside to receive this prestigious honor. The nominee shall have made an outstanding contribution to the western heritage lifestyle and to the preservation of Utah's western and cowboy culture for future generations. Nominee should personify courage, hard work honesty, integrity, and patriotism. Nominee' may include working cowboy, rodeo cowboy, rancher, cattleman, cowboy entertainer, cowboy artist, cowboy musician, cowboy author, and others who have contributed to Utah's Cowboy and Western culture. Email for more information. email@example.com.
Dr. Harch is looking for veterans of either the Iraq war or the war in Afghanistan who have suffered traumatic brain injury or post traumatic stress disorder to participate in a free pilot trial of treatment that so far has had 100 percent beneficial results. Veterans who qualify will be flown to the clinic (and home later) free, and sponsors are making lodging, meals and transportation available at vastly reduced rates. Interested veterans are asked to call Dr. Harch's office in New Orleans for an interview at (504) 309-4948.
A class which teaches self sufficiency and using home food storage is being taught at the Courthouse in Castle Dale on March 6 at noon. Everyone is welcome to attend and be sure to bring a pot luck dish.
The purpose of this award is to recognize youth who excel at giving back to their communities and to inspire more youth to service. This award program which is in its fifth year, offers a $5,000 college scholarship and is open to all secondary and undergraduate college students in Utah, who are American citizens. Funding for the program is provided by Chase bank and Xmission internet services. Application packets have been mailed to scholarship counselors and service club leaders throughout the State. The application and guidelines can be found online at www.youthlinc.org. Deadline for application is March 7.
Students who believe TV dramas such as "Law and Order," are an accurate depiction of how the courts operate can judge for themselves as part of the fourth annual Judge for a Day program offered by the Utah State Courts. Schools are asked to submit an application form by March 6 to the Utah State Court's public information officer, Nancy Volmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. An application form for Law Day is available on the court's Web site at www.utcourts.gov (http://www.utcourts.gov/). More information on the Law Day theme is available at www.lawday.org ( http://www.lawday.org/ ).