Thursday, August 25, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Linda Price graduated from
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Thanks to Mark Rosenthal the Fire Management Officer for the BLM Arizona Strip District, for his presentation this morning.
The snowpack in our area has been almost 400% of normal which has allowed a great amount of grasses and growth in the area, which is what fires need to thrive. Weather projections show hotter than normal temps and low humidity for this summer. These conditions would be similar to what we experienced in 2005, which was an extreme fire season.Small fires have already been popping up in our area almost daily, with the conditions forecasted those fires could easily become large very quickly.
It's vitally important that all residents in our area clean up all the dry growth around their homes in order to keep your home safe from fires.
Most of the equipment used to fight fires in this area are stationed in our local area. Planes and helicopters are stationed in Cedar City and Mesquite. The ability to bring additional resources from outside our area can and will be done when needed. Much of what is dropped by the planes and copters are suppressants that slows the growth of the fire.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Dr Harris shared with us the vision of the Dinosaur Discovery Site and their goal of adding additional exhibits. They achieved a major milestone with the addition of Scelidosaurus (known by only a handful of people as the Jinksosaurus).
Friday, May 6, 2011
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
While PAX has a global vision, the organization works one student at a time. Committed to a quality program that is small and personal, PAX works exclusively with high school exchange. All PAX programs feature a homestay experience with a family abroad.
For more information call Laurel at 435-251-8212 or visit their website: PAX website
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Bill Hudson, Club President
Kristina Stewart, Snow Canyon High School, daughter of Chuck & Cindy
Kelsee Broadhead, Desert Hills High School, daughter of Mr & Mrs Paul Broadhead
Brooke Snow, Dixie High School, daughter of Courtney & Kalynn Snow
Adrianna Guerrero, Millcreek High School, daughter of Carlos & Veronica
Karli Rasmussen, Tuacahn High School, daughter of Kirk & LaRea Rasmussen
Madison Fackler, Pine View High School, daughter of Keven & Cindy
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
- Was a musician for 18 years in a rock and roll band and recorded an album in the 70s when they were made out of vinyl.
- Lived in the interior of
for 5 years where she studied silver smithing. Mexico
- Adopted two ethnic children before little babies of color were considered a Hollywood Fashion Accessory.
- Worked for 3 years in South Central Los Angeles as a home visitor for infants and toddlers with special needs and only got shot at once (but got massive amounts of parking tickets).
- Was at
On second thought, maybe we should stick with the boring pompous stuff.
Debbie presented information about the TLC Forever Home. It will cost $2.2 million and they are asking for room sponsors ranging from $20,000 up to $110,000. They are also selling namesake bricks for $250. A fundraising Valentine's Day dinner is scheduled at the Abbey Inn at $50 per plate. For more information see their website: www.tlc4families.org
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Bill Hudson, St. George Exchange Club President
Kyla Mercier, Dixie High School, daughter of Amy Fletcher
Lauren Cook*, Snow Canyon High School, daughter of Karen & Alan Cook
Brandy Phillips, Snow Canyon High School, daughter of Roy & Karen Phillips
Libertee Valenzuela, Tuacahn High School, daughter of Tamee Valenzuela
Andrew Justvig, Desert Hills High School, son of Stacy Justvig
Morgan Wood, Pine View High School, son of Conn & Carol Wood
Ian Crawford, Millcreek High School, son of John Crawford
*Lauren is the Student of the Month from November, and the rest are from
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Today's meeting was a presentation from Mari Smith, Director of Operations at the Southern Utah Home Builders Association (SUHBA).
Mari Smith has been employed by SUHBA for 10 years. She oversees the daily SUHBA operations, coordinates the annual St. George Area Parade of Homes, Ultimate Home Expo, Scholarship Golf Tournament, and handles public and community relations for the Association. Mari has contributed countless hours to Habitat for Humanity and has served on their Board of Directors. She enjoys volunteering for her church and has served in many positions. Mari was on the planning committee for the building of the Doctors Volunteer Clinic and coordinated many aspects including fundraising, building construction, and opening ceremonies. Mari will also assist with coordination of the Doctors Volunteer Clinic expansion that will occur in the spring of 2011. Mari has been married for 23 years and has three sons (triplets). They are the joy of her life.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
is the adopted daughter of Roy Rogers and his first , Arline, who died when Cheryl was six years old. While on a personal appearance tour in
Cheryl's professional life has included banking and finance in the entertainment industry, property management for a food service company with holdings throughout the U.S. and Mexico, and managing the offices of a legal firm and a civil engineering company. She is currently on the Advisory Board of the Western Music Association. She has also contributed her time and talent to many worthwhile charitable groups. Along with Dale, Cheryl was a charter member of the parent organization of Childhelp
Today, Cheryl keeps busy promoting her recently released book, The All-American Cowboy Grill, which she wrote with Ken Beck and Jim Clark. It contains new pictures and grilling recipes from “reel and real” cowboys, along with interesting facts about the old West. She also promotes her autobiography Cowboy Princess; Life with my Parents Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Golden Boot Awards benefitting the Motion Picture and Television Foundation, and is on the board of directors of the Beverly and Jim Rogers Museum of Lone Pine Film History which opened June, 2006 in Lone Pine,