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.
There’s a small, football-shaped gland in the center of the brain that makes people go temporarily insane.
A new and unique park on a 64-acre parcel of land has begun to take shape in southeast Draper.
“This show will be a lot of fun,” director Phaidra Atkinson said. “The cast is great, and we have a lot of community support and involvement.”
“We are extremely fortunate to have the team we have here at Juan Diego,” new head coach Myriah Fankhauser said. “Our girls are committed to their goals and to each other.”
The Friends of the Madsens gathered donations and set about to create a symbolic memorial in Susan Madsen’s honor.
Draper Youth Councilmember James Gardner along with friends and family, raised $600 to use toward bathroom and lobby repairs as part of his Eagle Scout project.
Draper Park Middle School took both girls’ and boys’ titles home
“It’s place-based education where our students investigated soil samples from different communities, studied mountain ranges and glacier lakes, learned about plants and animals and made connections,” Fries said.
“We are very lucky to have such a great group of young people who want to do… something different that benefits our community. I want to tell you parents what a fine group of young people you have… (with)...a strong desire to serve the community. That’s impressive,” Walker said.