It took only a few moments to complete, but when done, three Corner Canyon lacrosse players made history Nov. 17.
As the old saying goes: you can’t just hope for the best, you must also prepare for the worst. That’s what several Draper entities came together to do the first week of November for the Vigilant Guard Drill, a statewide exercise.
Students at several Draper schools thanked veterans Nov. 11 for their dedication to their country through programs this Veterans Day.
“This year went really well,” first-year coach Myriah Fankhauser said. “I love these girls and am super proud of them. They legitimately had to work for everything, and that’s a great way to train and play.”
“I didn’t realize the sheer magnitude of what I had sent out to accomplish,” Greg said. “I got to learn about and experience many different areas above those commonly known in scouting.”
There’s a ton of great family fun planned in the Draper community. The Draper City Journal has tried to round up information on as many as we can below.
As part of the Technology Education And Literacy in Schools program, Microsoft started and is funding these experts who share their real-job experience with Corner Canyon students as they teach them.
“I scored in the first 12 minutes of the game,” Roundy said. “It was a way for me to say goodbye to my school.”
It is a wonderful way to serve the public and to brush up on your own knowledge of the history of Draper and the residents.
Salt Lake County is in the midst of an unprecedented transformation. We’re at a point in time where we can either shape the future that we choose, or sit back and let the future shape us.