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Tooele County Chamber of Commerce

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Volume 9, Number 4

Calendar of Events For a complete list of upcoming Chamber and community events, please check out our website

Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 12pm-1pm Sponsored by: Ace Disposal Chamber Building 154 South Main Street $10 members/$15 for nonmembers RSVP by: Monday April 16th, 2012 Business After Hours Thursday, April 26 5:30pm-7pm Deseret Computer Solutions 225 East Main Ste. D Grantsville Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 7, 2012 Deseret Peak Complex 2930 West High 112 Starts at . . . . . 10:00am 0-2 . . . . . . . . . . will get bags 3-4 ages . . . . . . 10:00am 5-6 ages . . . . . . 10:15am 7-8 ages . . . . . . 10:30am 9-11 ages . . . . . 10:45am Save the Date: July 9th-Aug. 4th, 2012 Tooele County Corporate Games Build Employee Teamwork For more information Call Jan at 801-349-9000

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*RD Yates & Sons, LLC *Tate Mortuary *Debra K. Harris (Harris Insurance) *Bobs Garage *Commissioner Colleen Johnson



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Save the Date: Tooele County Chamber Annual “Quality Cup” Golf Tournament Friday, June 15, 2012 8am at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course in Tooele

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April 2012

- Maurices - Costa Vida - Cold Stone - Modish Place - Diana Martin - Birch Family Pharmacy - Tooele Dental Associates - EZ Loans


- Roni’s Signs - Rosewood Dental - Dance Sensations - Burg Pediatric Dental - Curves - Ellie Jeans - Children’s Justice Center

T H O S E - Boys and Girls Club of Tooele - Maceys - Home Depot - Deseret Industries - Little Caesars - Herbalife IndependentMarcie Fuwell



- Tooele City Library Staff - Fassio Egg Farms - Applebee’s - State Farm-Mathew Yack - Students from Tooele High, Stansbury High, Clark Johnson Jr. High and Tooele Jr High

- Starry Night Books - McDonalds TooeleLakepoint - Real Deals - Kiwanis Club of Tooele - All Star Lanes


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April 2012

County Commission Update: Youth Services By Wade Mathews, Public Information Officer; with contributions from Nicole Cline, Economic Development Director


s part of their commitment to the citizens of Tooele County, our Commissioners are always looking for ways to fill needs in the community. One need they identified as a result of the extensive growth in the county was a youth support network. The Commissioners created the Tooele County Youth Services to meet that need. The program was a result of the efforts of a collective group of organizations and individuals who met for approximately 15 years to address the increase in harmful and detrimental behavior exhibited

County Commissioners from left to right, Bruce Clegg, Colleen Johnson and Jerry Hurst.

by many youth in Tooele County. One study conducted with our youth population concluded that there was a lack of rewards for positive social involvement. The results were youth participating in rebellious actions, interaction with anti-social peers, high family conflict, low attachment to community and school, and a family history of approval of antisocial behavior. Tooele County worked




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with Valley Mental Health and the Tooele County School District to secure Title V funding for a safe place where troubled youth can receive assistance. Services include licensed counseling through Valley Mental Health, educational tutoring through Tooele County School District, and court ordered intervention through law enforcement officers. Counselors work with the youth and their families to teach communication and stress management skills and methods. There is no charge for the services. Parents and guardians, and the youth themselves, can request assistance from Youth Services. Commissioner Colleen Johnson was instrumental in establishing Tooele County Youth Services, and has oversight of the program. “I think it’s a wonderful service for the youth of Tooele County. It is fulfilling its intended purpose of providing much needed assistance for some of our troubled youth. It is a resource for parents who are struggling with these issues and don’t know where else to go for help,” she said. “We are always looking for ways to continue funding this valuable program.”

Youth in the program realize that learning is fun and have shown dramatic improvement in grades and an increased interest in learning. The program also helps youth look into specific careers, and the education and skills they require. Youth Services also works with local business owners to allow the youth to participate in a job shadow opportunity of their choice. The best time to help young people who are engaged in inappropriate activity is before they get to the Juvenile Justice System. That approach increases the chance of success and saves a large cost. The state spends $5.7 billion each year on youth imprisonment, according to a 2009 Justice Policy Institute report. It also stated that incarcerated youth have higher recidivism rates than youth who remain in their communities. “Youth Services is a good, safe place for the youth to be, rather than a holding cell, while they are getting the help they need. It is a great benefit to the community,” said Commissioner Bruce Clegg. “Youth Services as been a much needed addition to our county. I am proud of the great services they provide and the successes they have accomplished. It’s been an absolute labor of dedication and cooperation. One entity could not have made this come together without the help of all the others,” said Commissioner Johnson. Unfortunately there will still be youth that go into the Juvenile system, but hopefully through Youth Services, that number is less. Since Youth Services opened on May 4, 2009, 576 youth have benefited from the opportunities there. Tooele Youth Services provides the stability in the lives of the youth that can be a foundation for a better future.

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April 2012

Chamber Business Renewals

The Tooele County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following members for their continued support and for renewing their membership during the past month. A list of all Chamber members can be found at Sustaining Membership Zions Bank Tooele Army Depot Corporate Membership All Star Lanes Tooele Richie Brothers Montego Bay Casino-Resort Business Membership La Frontera Restaurant Stowe Family Music Tooele Floral Real Property Management Advantage Big O Tires The UPS Store Security National Mortgage Canton City Restaurant Small Business ManCave

William Lintner Tax Service SLS Real Estate/Equity Real EstateSolid Mountain West Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Ultimate Catering Common Cents Casino Parties Love ‘em and Leave ‘em Pet Sitting Predator Sports Skydive Utah Casey Walker Investment Services Individual James Gowans Non-Profit TC United Soccer Tooele Arts Festival Excelsior Academy DDI Vantage Stansbury Park Baptist Church

New Chamber Members The Tooele County Chamber of Commerce extends a warm welcome to our newest members: Small Business My Best Friend’s Closet Jill McIntyre 134 West 1180 North, Suite #10 Tooele, Utah 84074 801-815-4683 Designer consignment, new & gently used name brand clothing, accessories & home furnishings for teens & young adults Member Wealth Management Patrick Latimer 562 North Main Street Tooele, Utah 84074 435-833-7220 Insurance (Life, Health, Disability) & Investment Services Non-Profit The Curtis Foundation Frank Nelson 4901 South State #K Murray, Utah 84107 P.O. Box 57363 Murray, Utah 84157 801-904-3601 Store Raising money for Camp Kostopulos Collectibles, Furniture, Books, Dishes

Corporate Comfort Inn & Suites Samantha Osterud 8580 Highway 36 Tooele, Utah 84074 801-250-3600 69 Room Hotel w/complimentary hot breakfast, Indoor pool & hot tub Mountain West Industries 405 South Kira Drive Bldg. 602 Tooele, Utah 84074 435-843-4536 Manufacture water vacuum tankards for oil industries Business Main Street Garage Joe Miller 278 N Main Street Tooele, UT 84074 435-882-2077 Auto Repair State Farm Insurance Matthew Yack 220 Millpond, Ste #108 Stansbury Park, Utah 84074 435-882-0551 Insurance & Financial Services



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April 2012

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hat began with a love of food and studying culinary arts at the Art Institute in Draper, Chef Justin Stone opened Good Fork Catering Co. in January 2012. With outstanding service and high quality ingredients we cater everything from business luncheons, private dinner parties, fundraisers, corporate events to baby showers and graduations. My goal is to make your event personal and unforgettable. Please call us today at (435)830-3557, visit our website www.goodforkcatering. com or check us out on our Facebook page. We are looking forward to catering your next event. In our never ending goal to support our community and local businesses, through buying local and supporting community functions, we joined the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce. We

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April 2012

Clerks Insider

ongratulations to all of you who attended your caucus meetings! Tooele County had almost 3,000 people attend caucus meetings this month! By Mail Voting At those caucus meetings a number Marilyn Gillette of attendees signed up to be By-Mail Voters. For clarification purposes Absentee Ballots and By-Mail Ballots are the same thing. For this article I will just refer to them as “Vote By-Mail” forms. The Republican Party pre-filled out a Vote By-Mail form for each person who was registered as a Republican. All you had to do was sign the form and it was returned to the Clerks Office. I understand that some of you did not accurately understand what the forms were for. If you signed a form indicating that you wanted to become a By-Mail Voter and have changed your mind since, please call the Clerks Office at 435-843-3148 to cancel. By the same token, if you wanted to be a ByMail Voter and did not get the opportunity to fill out a form, please call. The reason By-Mail Voting is being pushed is not to keep anyone away from the polls, rather it is to increase voting participation. By-Mail Voting has been proven to increase voter turnout. The ballot comes directly to the voter’s home where they vote (at their leisure), place the ballot in an envelope, sign the affidavit on the back of the envelope, put

postage on the envelope and put it in the mail. All done! There are no parking problems, worrying about getting to the polls on time or weather worries. By-Mail Voting is wonderful, if that’s what you want....but if not, the polls are always open on election day and Early Voting days. If you have been sent a By-Mail Ballot and you decide to vote at the polls, when you present your identification to the poll worker, she will ask for your By-Mail Ballot. The computer will have indicated that you have already received a ballot. The judges are then required to get your ballot before they can let you vote. It’s not their fault, it’s the law..... Election Workers - In years past there has always been a form for you to fill out at the caucus meetings if you were interested in being an election worker. This year, however, you were suppose to indicate your interest in working the election when you signed the roster by putting a check in the appropriate square next to your name. I apologize for not being aware of the change. I have requested copies of all of the rosters from the parties and will make sure to mark those who have worked elections before as having attended your caucus meeting. If you have not worked elections before and are interested in being an election worker, please email me at Thanks for Voting! Marilyn K. Gillette, Tooele County Clerk




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Chamber Planning Annual “Quality Cup” Golf Tournament


he time has arrived to mark your calendars for the 2012 Annual Tooele County Chamber of Commerce “Quality Cup” Golf Tournament. Each year we strive to outdo ourselves and this year will be no exception. Oquirrh Hills Golf Course in Tooele will be the site for this year’s tournament, to be held on Friday June 15, 2012; beginning at 8:00 am. Our platinum sponsor is Quality Automotive Group. Gold Sponsors include Tooele City Corp, Tooele County and Mountain West Medical Center. The 4 person scramble format will begin with a hot breakfast (sponsored by Denny’s), lunch (sponsorships still available), an embroidered hat, 2 drinks, a goody bag and many fun prizes! Mulligan’s will be sold for $5 each with a limit of 8 per team at registration or pre-paid. To make the day more enjoyable for our players, we are limiting the tournament to 36 teams. As you are all aware, this tournament cannot be successful without the support of our chamber members and friends. We are asking for your help in ensuring the continued success of this tournament by helping us out in a variety of ways. The ways you can help us be successful include: • Becoming a tournament or hole sponsor • Sponsoring a Team • Donating prizes for our “hard working” golfers • Donate gift items with your logo for the goody bags to be given to each golfer The following sponsorships are still available: Silver Sponsor $1,000 Bronze Sponsor $750 Luncheon Sponsor (2 available) $750

2011 Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament 1st Place winning team- Tooele Valley Spine Center

“Exclusive” Hole Sponsor $400 (2) Hole Sponsor $300 Hole Sponsor $200 Drink Cart Sponsor (4 available) $200 Closest to the Hole /Longest Drive $50 Sponsor donations of $750 or more will be have their logos included on a large banner to be displayed at the golf course the day of the event. Sponsorship details are on the chamber website; Thanks for all your support in the past and we look forward to working with you this year. For more information call the Chamber office at (435)882-0690. Registration forms and additional information is included on the chamber website at

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April 2012

Ribbon Cutting: Hometown Plumbing


.P and Kim Hansen, owners of Hometown Plumbing; along with their beautiful children, celebrate their new membership with the Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Joining in the celebration were Kathy Boltz, HeritageWest Credit Union; Debbie Winn, Chamber Executive Director; Diana Martin, Air Expresso Heating & Air; Sandy Critchlow, Kiwanis Club of Tooele; Todd Castagno, Willow Creek Lending; Allison Vokac, Fretless Violin; Kevin John, Royal Wholesale Electric; Jack Bell, Quality Automotive Group; Bill Mullins, Mullins Lock & Key; Tye Hoffmann, Edward Jones Investments; Tooele County Commissioner Colleen Johnson; Mel Sweat, Modern Woodmen of America; Dr. Jed Winder, Tooele Vision Center; Bill Upton, Tooele First Assembly of God and Mike Jensen, Tooele County Auditor. Give JP a call at 435-830-8748 for all your plumbing needs!

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uly will be here before we know it. In July this year, changes to federal efficacy standards for fluorescent lamps and ballasts go into effect. If your business is considering fluorescent lighting upgrades, these changes may help you decide to act sooner rather than later. What changes mean The new federal standards will limit the availability of replacement parts for T12 lighting systems as manufacturers cease production of most T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts. Upgrading to T8 or T5 light-

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April 2012

The Results Are In By Hilary Makris


raduate students from Westminster College have compiled statistics from the Tobacco Use in the Workplace Survey that was completed for the Tooele County Health Department (TCHD) and the Tooele Chamber of Commerce. The TCHD will be hosting a luncheon on May 23, 2012 to share the results but here are some early results. TCHD was excited for the Tooele Chamber of Commerce to help battle tobacco use which is one of the issues that affects the health of Tooele County residents. The county’s smoking rate of 13.5% is higher than the state’s rate of 8.8%. TCHD and the chamber met and decided that they wanted to help workplaces. Studies have shown that a strong and enforced workplace tobacco policy does indeed affect the tobacco use. The survey was distributed and 13 companies participated with a total of 1063 surveys completed. The survey showed that the tobacco use rate in the Tooele County workforce population is 20%. The survey also showed that education is a significant factor that does affect tobacco use; of the tobacco

Figure 1: Education was a significant factor with a p value of .028. N=1063, Tooele County, Utah, 2011.

users in Tooele County represented by this survey, only 14% have a college degree or further education. The distribution of education is presented in Figure1. The annual cost burden of employees’ use of tobacco products in the

workplace is approximately $699,900 which takes place in health care costs, lost workdays, and loss of productivity for smoke breaks. It is important for workplaces to examine and update their current workplace policy.

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April 2012

Ribbon Cutting: My Best Friends Closet


ill McIntyre, owner of My Best Friends Closet, cuts the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of her new business located at 134 West 1180 North, Suite 10, Tooele. Friends and family attending the event to support Jill includes; Front Row: Melissa Hardman, Sharon Bryan, Mitchell McIntyre, Matt McIntyre, Karlene Whitehouse Second Row: Tonya Haddon, Raegan Ricks, Bob McIntyre, Jackie Jolly, Martianne White, JoAnn McIntyre. Several Chamber members also attended the event to welcome Jill as a member of the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce. My Best Friend’s Closet is open Monday – Saturday from 10am to 7pm.

Abby McIntyre and her mom Jill, opened the consignment clothing store which features new and gently used brand name clothing and accessories for teens and young adults.

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TOOELE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE “Quality Cup” ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Friday, June 15, 2012 @ Oquirrh Hills Golf Course in Tooele

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76 Teens + 3 Adults = 79 extraordinary egg-stuffers! T eens from Tooele High, Stansbury High, Tooele Jr. High, Clarke N Johnson Jr High and Boys and Girls Club Tooele; who are involved in several different organizations from Student Government, Key Club, Band, Cheer, National Honors’ Society, Counselors’ Assistance Team; stuffed 10,000 plastic eggs for the upcoming Chamber Easter Egg Hunt. There were also several who came to gain their “community experience” service hours for

an individual program at TJHS. 10,000 eggs stuffed, taped and assigned to age groups in only 2 hours! (total of 160 service hours) Everyone had a great time. The teens in Tooele County are quite remarkable people as well as the staff at the Tooele City Library! Thanks so much to all of the helpers and especially Jami Carter, Director of Tooele City Library, who organized this awesome event!

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