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Summit Academy Celebrates Reading, Writing At Literacy Night

“Our theme is ‘I can be the one who…’ and in a writing contest, we asked them how they could make the world better,” literacy facilitator Colli Lucas said. “With reading, we’re encouraging each grade to meet a goal for three weeks and learn how they can be the one who changes the world through reading.”

Students Show Community They Care

As part of the new Valentines for Veterans program, an initiative that had volunteers deliver 160,000 valentines to veterans living along the Wasatch Front. Sarah Ahlberg’s first-graders made cards expressing their gratitude for veterans.

Trio Of Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

It’s official for three Corner Canyon athletes who have committed to taking their games to the next level.

Juan Diego Girls Basketball Program Headed In Right Direction With New Coach

“I’m excited going forward,” Archuleta said. “I’m thrilled with the amazing people and facilities here.”

Charger Cheer Takes State Title

“Both teams worked hard all year on the routine we presented for the state competition,” cheer coach Whitney Lunt said. “They put in long hours for months, and their hard work has paid off.”

Draper Neighbors Make Royal Pair

“Connor said, ‘I’m going to be the king,’ and I’m not sure what he meant by that,” Connor’s mother, Nevah Stevenson said. “So I asked him, and he said ‘I’m going to be the king of the dance, and Chloe is going to be queen.’”

New TRSSD Board Is Formally Appointed

“I personally am grateful for each one being willing to put their good names forward, as a way for residents who pay that extra money to have a say in how it’s spent,” Mayor Troy Walker said to those who were appointed to represent residents of the TRSSD.

Passing On The Legacy Of Fishing To The Young

Tucked away in a Draper neighborhood sits Mehraban Wetlands Park (898 East Riparian Drive) and within it is Sunset Pond. The pond was man-made for the purpose of offering a connection to nature and an opportunity for urban fishing.

Hit The High Seas With Desert Star’s Pirate Parody

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Desert Star Playhouse sets sail with “Pirates of the Scaribbean: Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun!”

Family Making A Difference In The Community One Foot At A Time

“With four kids in sports we have a lot of shoes everywhere — I was frustrated,” Danielle George said. “People donated to DJ when he was growing up, allowing him to stay in sports, which kept him out of trouble. We knew there was a need.”

 

 

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