Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. in the Community Center. Licensing requires a copy of current rabies certificate. $10 altered dog, $20 unaltered dog, $60 kennel license. All licenses due by March 1.
There will be food handler's classes for all persons working in restaurants bars, nursing homes, school cafeterias, convenience stores or deli's. Classes will be taught in Price at Southeastern Utah District Health Department located at 28 S. 100 E. at 9 a.m. 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 19, Feb. 16 and March 16. In Castle Dale at 25 W. Main at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 20, Feb. 17 and March 17.
Emery County 4-H family photos on March 5, 6, and 7 at the Emery County building, upstairs at 75 Main Street in Castle Dale. For a 16x20 $10, other sizes will be available. This is a great 4-H fundraiser. Support 4-H, learn how you can get your entire picture packet free. Call the extension office at 381-2381 for an appointment.
Ferron Library will be having a swap party Jan 27 from 4:15-5:15 p.m. Bring five items, clean and in good condition, to the library and you can choose five items to take home. If multiple people want the same item, a draw will be done. Items left over will be donated to charity. Set up time at 4 p.m. Any questions call the library at 384-2637.
The Huntington City 2010 dog licenses are now due. Proof of current rabies vaccination must be presented before license can be issued. Deadline for dog licenses is March 1. Dog licenses may be purchased at the Huntington City Fire Station on the following dates: Jan. 23 - 10 a.m. - noon (Glen Jensen D.V.M.). Feb. 27 - 9:30 a.m. to noon (Brett Griggs D.V.M.).
Clawson Town will hold its rabies and licensing clinics on Jan. 30. at the town hall 200 S. Main from 10 a.m. -noon. Dog tags are available at that time also. You must have the dogs rabies information when licensing your dog. $5 for altered dogs and $15 for unaltered dogs. All dogs need to be licensed in the town, house dogs and outside dogs, by Feb. 27.
The Salt Lake Children's Choir is now in its 30th year and is planning a 30th anniversary gala concert for May 15 in Abravanel Hall. They are in the process of forming an alumni choir and don't have current contact information for all choir alumni and are hopeful that through this announcement they can reach as many former choir members as possible. All those interested should reply to firstname.lastname@example.org (indicating preferred vocal parts) or call (801) 566-0922.
The 2010 American Cancer Society Relay for Life will be June 11-12 at the Emery High School track. Now is the time to sign up your team and save 50 percent on the entrance fee. Regularly $100, now $50. Volunteers are welcome to join on our committees. For more detail contacts Amanda Bjarnson at 749-1516.
"A Castle Country Christmas", featuring the choirs and bands from Carbon and Emery County Schools, is available for purchase. The CD will be available in Price at the Eagles Nest, 8 East Main; Breinholt Music, 67 East Main; and in Huntington at Earl's Furniture and Appliance, 390 North Main. Profits from the CD sales will benefit the music departments of the participating schools. To make a bulk order, and receive free delievery to your school please call 435-637-1080 and ask for Diane or Scott.
Jan. 13 from 5:30-8 p.m. at Emery High School. Family Night is an evening dedicated to your family, full of information booths with free items, activities and free dinner. Keynote Speaker Les Harris will be presenting "Parenting with Purpose".Childcare is provided.
The Rocky Mountain School of Baseball will hold its 16th Annual Winter Ball Camp on Jan. 16, 17, and 18 in Mesquite, Nev. The camp is for individual players or teams from 7-18, who will be divided into age groups. The camp staff will include professional and college coaches and players. For more information or to registar visit www.rmsb.com or call, toll free, at 1-877-272-0862.
Orangeville City Rabies and Licensing Clinic will be held on Jan. 16 and Feb. 27 at the New Fire Station 10 a.m. -12 noon. 2010 dog tags are avaiable at the City Hall. Bring in your rabies information when licensing your dog. $8 for altered dogs and $25 for unaltered dog. All dogs need to be licensed in the city, house dogs and outside dogs by March 1.
Cal Ripkin and Babe Ruth Baseball elections will be held Jan. 18 at the Emery County Recreation Center at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in running for the office of president, vice president or treasurer, contact Emery County Recreation at 381-2108.
My name is Elmer Mirza, and I am a 27 years old male from Salt Lake City. I have been seraching for a kidney donor for almost two years and don't seem to find any. I was diagnosed with a kidney failure two years ago. I would really appreciate if someone would be willing to give the gift of life, I would be very grateful if they could contact my transplant coordinator Barbara Middlemiss at 801-879-2318.
Come and check out our pans and things. We also have parchment paper. Emery County School District, 120 No. Main, Huntington. Open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. See you there.
Would you like to help make a story on a page come to life on the stage? Then Community Theatre needs you. We need: directors, costumers, make-up helpers, construction crews, backstage helpers, musicians, choreographers. We are looking at doing fun shows such as "Newsies", "Jungle Book", and "Honk." If you are interested in helping out in any of these areas please call Tricia Erickson 381-2019 leave a message if no answer.
Youth City Council has a new advisor, Carmen Humphrey. The council is open to youth in Orangeville 7 through 12 grades.
Applications are available at the city hall, library and at Emery High School. Please come and join in for the fun and opportunities that are available to the youth. You can contact Carmen at 748-5674 or call city hall 748-2651.
Utah State History announces the 2010 Utah Prehistory Week Poster Contest. The winning poster will be professionally printed anddistributed nationwide to promote Utah's unique past. Every year during the first full week of May, Prehistory Week celebrates Utah's rich archaeological, paleontological, and cultural resources. Events all over the state include lectures, programs, activities, demonstrations, and tours.
The poster contest is open to all ages. Entrants may choose any material, design, or medium, but the principal elements of the design should depict aspects of Utah archaeology, and entries should be less than 16" wide and 24" long. Winners in three categories will receive cash prizes: grand prize winner: $250; secondary school winner: $100; elementary school winner: $100.
Posters should be submitted no later than January 7, 2010, to:
Antiquities Section, State History, 300 S. Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101.
For an entry form or to see past winners, visit the
Prehistory Week web page at http://history.utah.gov/archaeology, or contact Renae Weder at email@example.com or 801/533-3529 or Ron Rood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801/533-3564.
Come join the Huntington Youth City Council. Great opportunities to serve your community and learn leadership skills. You can even qualify for college scholarships. For more information contact Julie Jones at (435) 687-9744.
6 year old Xander Archuleta is in need of a bone marrow transplant. This family is in need of your assistance for treatment which will take place at Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah and for associated expenses such as travel to treatments.
A donation account has been set up at Zion's Bank under the name of Xander Archuleta. You can donate at any Zion's Bank Branch by simply telling them Xander's name.
Are you looking for employment?
Are you considering changing careers?
Do you want to know what skills employers are looking for?
Need help preparing a resume?
Do you want to practice your interview skills?
Then the Department of Workforce Services in Castle Dale is the place to come!
Free workshops are offered every Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m. beginning Aug. 12 that cover these and other topics critical to your job search and career advancement.
Call 435-381-6116 for more information
550 West Hwy 29, Castle Dale
Exercise - Mon.-Fri.
Lunch - Every Wednesday
Blood Pressure - Every
Shopping bus Jan. 13- 2nd Wednesday - 1 p.m.
Bingo- Jan. 20 - 3rd Wednesday
Band plays - Jan. 27 - 4th Wednesday
Empty Nesters - last Monday- Jan. 25 - 4:30
Castle Dale Center:
Blood Pressure- Jan. 5 & 19 - 1st & 3rd Tuesday
Lunch/Bingo - Every Tuesday
Line Dancing - Every Thursday - 10 a.m.
1st/3rd/4th Monday - 2 p.m.
DUP - 2nd Monday - Jan. 11
Art Class - Every Tuesday - 2:30 p.m.
Phase 10 games - Every Thursday
Rook Club - Every Thursday - 1:30 p.m.
Shopping Bus - Call for reservation
Blood Pressure- Jan. 11 & 25 - 2nd & 4th Monday
Lunch/Bingo - Every Monday
Line Dancing - Jan. 11 - 2nd Monday - 2 p.m.
Excercise - Mon. - Fri. - 6:30 a.m.
Shopping bus - Call for reservation.
Blood Pressure- Jan. 4 & 18 - 1st & 3rd Monday
Lunch - Monday/Tuesday
Excercise - Every Thursday 1 p.m.
Green River Center:
Nurse Clinic- Jan. 6 - 1st Wednesday
Lunch - Tuesday/Wednesday
Bingo - Jan. 20 - 3rd Wednesday
Ceramics and/or Shopping - Call for dates.
Rachel Peterson's songs can be heard online now at http://www.iheartradio.com/new2/artists/missleah Her stage name is Leah.
Self-guided presentation walks students through the sometimes-confusing financial aid application process. The Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority is very pleased to announce "Navigating the FAFSA," a much-needed new resource to help students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (commonly called the "FAFSA"). This tool is a self-directed presentation that guides students through topics explaining the purpose of the FAFSA, how to obtain a PIN to sign their FAFSA securely online, what information should be gathered, how to complete the FAFSA, and how to submit it. Easily found on the front page of the UHEAA website, this presentation gives high school counselors and financial aid professionals another tool to help their students. To access the presentation go to http://www.uheaa.org/ and click on the "Navigating the FAFSA" button. The presentation can also be found through UHEAA's Facebook page.
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.
Do you have a friend or a loved one who is serving in the military in a combat zone? If so, Operation Home Support would like to add their names to their list. Once on the list, the ladies of Operation Home Support take it upon themselves to send these soldiers care packages and letters to let them know they are appreciated and loved. So if you have someone in mind, or know of someone who is serving in a combat zone in any branch of the military, please contact Jan Hess or Dixie Swasey to add their name to the list. Thank you for all of your help and support. American Legion Auxilary Unit 42 Jan Hess 435-384-2753 or Dixie Swasey 435-384-3172.
A New Orleans doctor 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.
Narconon reminds parents that abuse of addictive pharmaceutical drugs with youth is on the rise. Learn to recognize the signs of drug abuse and get your kids help if they need it. Call Narconon for a free brochure on the signs of addiction for all classes of drugs. Narconon also offers free addiction counseling, assessments and referrals to rehabilitation centers. 877-413-3073 or www.drugsno.com
Seeking officers, enlisted men, WACs, cadets, Britons, civilians and /or their families and friends who were stationed at Cochran Field, or lived in Macon, Ga. during WWII, who would be willing to contribute artifacts, photos, articles and stories pertaining to their experience with the men and women working there. If so, contact: Mike Rowland, Archivist, WR-LC/MU, 1942 Heritage Blvd., Robins AFB GA 31098-2442.
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.
Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange is looking for host families in the local area to host a foreign exchange student. These young ambassadors are between 15 and 18 years of age and all speak English. Student's profiles will start arriving for students from various countries. Students come with their own spending money and medical insurance. Call Anne Ring, 1-866-462-3423 if you are interested in opening your hearts and homes to one of these individuals.
Academic Foundation for International Cultural Exchange is looking for community representatives to assist in finding host families and work with the students and their families during the school year. Individuals must enjoy teenagers and have good communication skills. Call Anne Ring, 1-866-462-3243 if you are interested in learning more about becoming a community representative.
Problems with a drug or alcohol addiction in a loved one? Don't know whom to turn to for help? Contact Drug Rehab Resource for a free confidential consultation to find the help you need. Call today 1-866-649-1594 or find out more at www.drugrehabresource.net.
ASSE is seeking local families to host high school boys and girls from diverse countries around the world. Call 1-800-733-2773.
Open your heart and home to an international exchange student. P.I.E. urgently needs host families and area representatives. Call 1-800-828-9001.
Foreign high school students are scheduled to arrive soon for academic semester and year home-stay programs, and the sponsoring organization needs a few more local host families. If you are interested call 1-866-546-1402.
The DCSD legal service is designed to help seniors and disabled people who cannot afford to hire an attorney to file for bankruptcy, but need legal representation to get collectors to stop harassing them, Call 1-800-992-3275 Ext. 1304 with any questions.
Utah families with children in need of medical services or medical equipment needs not fully covered by health insurance can