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Thursday, May 1, 2014 • Issue # 1046
Utah Symphony to Perform Free Concerts at Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks in August SALT LAKE CITY - The Utah Symphony led by Music Director Thierry Fischer will tour Utah’s red rock country, home to the state’s five iconic national parks, in August 2014 with free outdoor performances surrounded by the landscape of Capitol Reef, Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks. Presented by the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, The Mighty 5 Tour represents a collaboration between two of Utah’s great treasures, the state’s leading arts organization, Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, and the unparalleled natural beauty of Utah’s red rock country preserved within the five national parks, collectively known as “The Mighty 5.” The tour is also made possible with major support from the Utah State Legislature and the Sorenson Legacy Foundation, in addition to funding from O.C. Tanner, Zions Bank, Questar, and Chevron. Concerts will take place in outdoor venues throughout the communities of southern Utah against the natural backdrop of arches, spires and canyons, and brilliant red rocks set afire by the setting summer sun. Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry
Fischer will lead the 75-piece orchestra in symphonic works that complement the beauty of the environment including Shostakovich’s “Festive Overture”, movements from Dvořák’s “New World Symphony,” Bizet’s Orchestral Suite from “Carmen”, and Gershwin’s “An American in Paris”, as well as vocal selections featuring Utah native, soprano soloist Celena Shafer performing Johann Strauss’s “Frühlingsstimmen”, Puccini’s “Quando me’n vo” from “La Bohème” and Gershwin’s “Summertime” from “Porgy and Bess”. Thierry Fischer said, “When I first visited Utah’s national parks, I was awestruck by the pristine natural beauty of the landscape. One could almost imagine an accompaniment of classical music echoing off the red rocks and canyons. The Mighty 5 Tour is a great opportunity to combine the beauty of nature and transcendent energy of sound, and I am excited to celebrate both by performing a program of illustrious works for park visitors and members of the local communities.” Additional free concerts and events inside the national Utah Symphony Cont’d on page 10
This historic Boulder - Escalante area photo is estimated to have been taken around 1910 on a spur of what later became the Cream Cellar Route of the Old Boulder Road. Haws family descendants have speculated the person driving the wagon on the Old Boulder Route is Frank Haws from Boulder who homesteaded the now Redwing Ranch on Boulder Creek. “He nearly always wore a white shirt,” they said.
"History in Your Attic" Project to Launch May 23 Digitize historical photos, documents and family histories
ESCALANTE - Area residents and attendees to this year’s Escalante Heritage Festival can have historic photographs professionally scanned free of charge courtesy of History in Your Attic, an initiative to provide world-wide access to the photographic and cultural heritage of the Intermountain West. Event location and hours are: Friday, May 23: Escalante Community Center, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday, May 24: Es-
calante High School, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM To make an appointment to have your photographs scanned, contact SusAnn McLemore at 435-463-4812. Walk-ins will be accommodated as scheduling permits. Local residents and guests are invited to bring historic (pre-1950’s) Escalante and Boulder-area photographs and documents, including slides and negatives. The materials will be scanned on-site and returned immediately. Owners
State 4-H Leadermete a Booming Success
will receive digital copies of the scanned materials. Scanned photos will be available on the Mountain West Digital Library website, www.mwdl.org, and family histories will be at FamilySearch.org. Local organizations supporting this scanning event include: Escalante Heritage Center, Boulder Heritage Foundation, Sons of the Utah Pioneers, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, Escalante Utah Stake Family Heritage Center, Escalante Heritage Days, and
the Escalante River Watershed Partnership. "The History in Your Attic: Preserving the Legacy of the Intermountain West" is a project of the Utah Academic Library Consortium (“the Consortium”) and Mountain West Digital Library. They have partnered to create an online collection of original manuscripts that reflect social, political, military, business, and religious life of the area. —Escalante River Watershed Partnership
Best Friends Community Cat Fix Returns to Escalante
"Purrsilla" is a resident of Escalante and a rescue cat, and is a graduate of Best Friends' TNR program.
West Taylor and his under-saddle friend greeted "Waynes" and "Waynettes" during registration at Wayne County's 4-H Leadermete last week. Leadermete was a great success thanks to many sponsors, organizers and volunteers. WAYNE CO. - If you actually had to wait for cars to go by as you stopped at a stop sign this weekend, it may have been because of the two hundred forty registrants plus their families that were in Wayne County for the State 4-H Leadermete. One hundred forty four events were offered including rappelling, ATV tours, hiking, game night, sewing bees, bon fire and classes on topics from Mexican Cooking
to Raising Responsible Kids and everything in between. Many participants commented on the friendly, helpful people in Wayne County. Events like this could not be held without the help and support of the community, businesses, and amazing volunteers. A special thanks goes out to the Committee Members: Larry Johnson, Annette Lamb, RaeLynn Cooper, Brooke
REGIONAL Weather forecast for some but not all regions represented in our newspaper coverage area
Thurs. MAy 1 - wed. May 7 SUNNY AND WARMER though the wind will still be with us. Forecast is for warming by about 10 degrees on Thursday with a high in the mid 60s, and remaining in mid 60s - 70s through the week with Saturday being warmest and sunniest. Some clouds moving in early next week. Lows mid 30s to low 40s and possible winds 10-20 mph alll week. Keep hanging on to your hat.
Jeffs, Magon Bowling, Connie Foutz, Tonya Syume, Lori Chappell, Heather Welch, Melissa Robins, Tina Anderson, Fina Faddis, Sharmi Crowther, Jenny Peterson, JaNae Winder, Leslie Oyler, Kami and West Taylor. Thanks also to our sponsors: Royals Market, Brown Brothers Construction, Brian Farm Service, Harward and Rees, Stevens Meat Locker,
Radio Shack, Richfield Reaper, Fresh Market, Jorgensen’s Inc. Richfield , Intermountain Computer, Larsens Ace Hardware, Home Depot, Robbers Roost Book Store, The Sport Keeper, Grundy Gals Honey Taffy, Grundy Concrete, Cache Valley Bank, Torgerson Timber, Shirt Stop, Charlotte Williams (quilt), and Kami Taylor (art). —GaeLynn Peterson
ESCALANTE - With the support of Best Friends Animal Society, located in Kanab, the Escalante cat fixing crew is getting set for the next Trap, Neuter, Release season for all feral and pet cats. The first date is set for Monday, May 12th. Cats will be safely trapped, transported to Kanab for spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations, and released back to their location. Feral cats have priority, but some spots may be available for pet cats. Did you know? • A female cat can give birth to kittens every four months. The gestation period is about nine weeks. During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens. • Kittens can become pregnant as early as 4 months old, puppies as early as six
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months old. • A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years. There is something you can do to help! By helping to identify cats and potential trapping locations, or by sending a pet cat through the program, you can help to significantly reduce the numbers of feral cats in the community. This Trap, Neuter and Release service is free. Donations to Best Friends are encouraged. If you are feeding community cats that need to be fixed or know about those in your neighborhood, please contact Cindy Calbaum at 826-4452 or Paulette Ksiezak at 826-4961. Remember to "Fix at Four!" —Debbie Savage
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PRE-SORT STANDARD PAID RICHFIELD, UTAH PERMIT No. 122
The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
Notice of Prescribed Fire
Eagle Scout Honor Awarded
May 1, 2014
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Mothers eat for 1/2 price on all menu items, all day PANGUITCH - The Powell Ranger District of the Dixie National Forest is set to begin its spring prescribed burn program. Start Date: April 2014 through November 2014. Locations: Ahlstrom Hollow (400 acres): The legal description includes all or part of sections 16-20, 26 and 35, township (T) 36 south (S), range (R) 4 west (W); sections 13 and 24, T.36S., R.4 ½ W., SLC meridian. Sunset North (200 acres): The legal description includes all or part of sections 14-9, 17, and 18 township (T) 35 south (S), range (R) 3 west (W); sections 31 and 32, T.34S. R.3 W., SLC meridian. Dave’s Hollow (300 acres): The legal description includes all or part of sections 16-20, 26 and 35, township (T) 36 south (S), range (R) 4 west (W); sections 13 and 24, T.36S., R.4 ½ W., SLC meridian. Prescribed fire Goals: The purpose of these projects is to improve forest health. The long-term vegetation goal is to move toward the properly functioning condition and return fire to its natural role in this area. Fire return intervals for this vegetation type vary from 5-15 years however much of the area has not been burned for over 100 years. The goal is to restore fire back into the stands, and improve the pine forest as well as brush (manzanita and bitterbrush) understory to improve overall forest health.
Fire Crews/Resources: Will be on scene to prepare, ignite, and hold the Prescribed Fire in predetermined locations. Once ignition has been completed, firefighting personnel will continue to patrol and monitor as necessary based on risk these burns until declared out. Summary: The Dixie National Forest is a fire dependent ecosystem. Prescribed fire is an essential tool in maintaining healthy forest ecosystems. Prescribed fire is applied to maintain these forest ecosystems by providing healthier trees, watersheds, forage and habitat for wildlife and livestock, while reducing the threat of a large destructive wildfire from occurring in the future. Years of planning goes into each specific prescribed fire project, with priority emphasis on safety for the general public and firefighters. Care and forethought is taken to reduce the amount of the public’s exposure to smoke from prescribed fire projects. Strict guidelines regarding smoke, set forth by the Utah Division of Air Quality, must be met and followed before any ignition can begin. Large portions of these prescribed fire projects have been completed with a high level of success. We appreciate the public’s patience, questions, and comments concerning any of these projects. Contact: Chet Hatch: (435)-676-9373 or Lyndsay Fonger: (435)-676-9371 —U.S. Forest Service
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ESCALANTE - Jared Noyes of Escalante, Utah was recently awarded the Boy Scouts of America highest award, the Eagle Scout. Jared’s eagle project was to construct a new cover at the Escalante Shooting Range. Jared is a 2013 graduate of Escalante High School where he was active in basketball and high school rodeo. His favorite events were bull riding and trap shooting. He placed 1st in the state of Utah and 8th in the nation in trap shooting at the 2013 High School National Finals Rodeo held in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Jared has worked the past two summers as a trail rider at Bryce Canyon and is currently preparing to serve an LDS Mission. Congratulations, Jared from the Escalante Scout Committee. You have brought honor to yourself, family, church, school and community! —Kathie Griffin
Henrieville Scouter Receives Influential Women in Scouting Award HENRIEVILLE - Gayle Moore is being honored by the Utah National Parks Council for serving more than 22 years in scouting leadership. She has served as a Committee Chair, Den Leader, and Merit Badge Counselor as well as assisting with Eagle Projects. This award was initiated in 2010 to pay tribute to women whose lives and activities have benefited the cause of scouting. Friends and family are invited to attend the fifth annual Influential Women in Scouting ceremony being held May 2nd in Orem, Utah. To register, please go to: www.utahscouts.org/womeninscouting. —Ruth Riley
Sherwin Exhibit Opens at Frontier Homestead
Replacement Members Soufht for Dixie National Forest Resource Advisory Committee (RAC)
CEDAR CITY - The U.S. Forest Service is seeking to fill vacant positions (Categories, A, B, and C) on the Dixie Resource Advisory Committee (RAC). Application forms (hard copy only) must be received at the Dixie National Forest office, by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 9th, 2014. The RAC consists of 15 members representing a wide range of interests. There are currently six vacant positions. The Dixie RAC is seeking replacement members in each of the following areas: Category A: (i) represent organized labor or non-timber forest product harvester groups; (ii) represent developed outdoor recreation, off highway vehicle users, or commercial recreation activities; (iii) represent-(I) energy and mineral development interests; or (II) commercial or recreational fishing interests; (iv) represent the commercial timber industry; or (v) hold Federal grazing or other land use permits, or represent nonindustrial private forest land owners, within the area for which the committee is organized. Category B: (i) nationally recognized environmental organizations; (ii) regionally or locally recognized environmental organizations; (iii) dispersed recreational
activities; (iv) archaeological and historical interests; or (v) nationally or regionally recognized wild horse and burro interest groups, wildlife or hunting organizations, or watershed associations. Category C: (i) hold State elected office (or a designee); (ii) hold county or local elected office; (iii) represent American Indian tribes within or adjacent to the area for which the committee is organized; (iv) are school officials or teachers; or (v) represent the affected public at large. The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture will make the appointments to the RAC based on the applications received, striving to appoint a diverse membership. Special attention will be given to those who have demonstrated the ability to work collaboratively with others of different viewpoints. Citizens interested in applying for RAC membership are encouraged to retrieve an application form (AD 755) on-line at www. fs.fed.us/r4/dixie or from any local Forest Service office. Applications must be received at the Dixie National Forest, ATTN: Janice Minarik, RAC Coordinator, 1789 North Wedgewood Lane, Cedar City, Utah 84721, 5:00 p.m. May 9th, 2014. —U.S. Forest Service
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CEDAR CITY - Frontier Homestead State Park Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a special art exhibit featuring the work of Bill Sherwin. An opening reception will be held Saturday May 3, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. The opening reception is free to the public. Thereafter the regular museum fee will apply to see the exhibit. Exhibited works will feature watercolor landscapes of southern Utah, as well as portraits. Raised in Salt Lake City, Sherwin majored in Fine Art at the University of Utah, and completed a commercial art degree at Salt Lake Community College. Following a career in sales, he returned to his passion for art, doing portraits and working in wood, eventually expanding into watercolors. While he enjoys the process of creating art, Sherwin says, “Coming up with images that are just the right amount of shadow, light and color is the most satisfying of all.” Sherwin is a frequent figure at regional art festivals, including two shows in Cedar City, Groovefest and Art in the Park (formerly the Cedar City Fall Arts Festival). The exhibit will continue at Frontier Homestead through June 26. The Museum is located at 635 North Main in Cedar City. Museum hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $3/person. For more
information call the Museum at 435-586-9290. —Frontier Homestead State Park
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The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
May 1, 2014
Sports PHS Sports Sidelines by Mack Oetting
Milford Invitational Track Results Panguitch participated in two track meets this week. Traveling to Kanab on Wednesday and to Richfield on Saturday. Scores from Kanab: (9 schools participated) Boys : Panguitch 176 Kanab 119 Enterprise 118 Girls: Panguitch 140 Kanab 98 Enterprise 108 Top finishers: Caitlyn Brinkerhoff 3rd 100 m. & 400 m and 2nd 200 m.; Josiah Sarles 1st 400M.; Darri Frandsen 1st Discus, 2nd 800; Uriel Zubia 1st Shot put; Whittni Orton 1st. 1600 M; Dason Houston 3rd hurd. & javelin; Catania Holman 1st 3200 ;
Kyler Norris 3rd 110 hurd. & 300 hurd. Chesney Campbell 3rd 100 hurd.; Keldon Norris 1st 110 hurd., 300 hurd. 2nd 1600; Brianne Bremner 3rd Javelin & 3200; Marlee Torgersen 3rd Discus Tyce Barney 1st. discus, hhigh jump and javelin; Brenna Mooney 1st shot put. Rowdy Josie 3rd discus, 2nd shot put; Shantae Miller 3rd Discus ; Chance Campbell 2nd long jump & 3rd high jump; Top 8th places: Chance Campbell 5th long jump; Whittni Orton 1st 1600 M. 5:27; Uriel Zubia 8th shot put; Catania Holman 1st 3200 M 11:56; Tyce Barney 3rd javelin; Jonee Holman 3rd Discus;
Keldon Norris 5th 300 m. hurd. & 110 hurd. 4th 1600 M.; Taylor Bennett 7th Discus; Kler Norris 6th 3200 M; ShantaeMiller 6th 100 Hurd.; 7th 300 hurd.; Ian Anderson 7th 3200; Marlee Torgersen 2nd discus.; Connor Anderson 8th 3200; Chesney Campbell 100 hurd. 3rd high jump; 1st place in the Medley Relay: Shantae Miller, Chesney Campbell, Whittnie Orton and Cantania Holman.
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Trac Norris competed in the Mt. Sac. Relays (one of the top track meets in the US) this past weekend and took 2nd place in the 3000 m. Steeple chase with a time of 9.02. It seems that Trac is back to his old form, after serving a mission and red shirting a year.
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Wayne Sports This Week by Maggie Ellett
Nyle Norris Invitational
Last Saturday, the 26th, the track team competed in the Nyle Norris Invitational in Richfield. The girls' team did very well! They had several individuals place in the top ten. Here are the results for the girls: In the 3200, Carlie Chappell finished in 6th place, Tessa Simmons finished in 7th place, and Breanna Brown finished in 9th place. Bethany Lamb finished 7th in the 100 meter hurdles and 9th in the high jump; Clarissa Johnson finished 2nd in the 100, 400, and 200; Maggie Ellett finished 9th in the 100, 4th in the 400, and 8th in the 200; Hannah Ellett finished 10th in the 100, 5th in the 400, and 6th in the 800; Catrina Johnson finished 7th in the 400, 8th in the 800, and 10th in the 200; Sarah Taylor finished 10th in the 300 meter hurdles and 6th in the high jump. As for the throwers, Larissa finished in 3rd place in the javelin throw. The 4x100 relay team took 1st, consisting of Maggie Ellett, Hannah Ellett, Catrina Johnson, and Clarissa Johnson. The boys team did very well too! Marc Simmons finished in 9th place in the discus. Good job track team! This Tuesday, the 29th, they will compete in the Richfield Relays. Then, on Friday and Saturday, they will compete in the BYU Invitational in Provo, Utah. Good luck Badgers! Maggie Ellett is a senior at Wayne High School.
Bryce Valley Sports
Compiled by Crystal Mortensen The Bryce Valley High School track team had busy week attending two track meets in Kanab on Wednesday and the rainy and wet Norris Nyle Meet in Richfield on Saturday. With State FFA, Junior Prom, and State Music and Ensemble our numbers were down for each of the meets, but those that were able to compete did well and continued to qualify for BYU Invitational this coming weekend in Provo and improve on their marks and times. The following placed in Kanab on Wednesday: Samantha Chynoweth 4th 100 M Hurdles, 3rd Long Jump Emilee Courtright 4th High Jump, 6th 100 M Danielle Brinkerhoff 5th 400 M Brittney Shakespear 6th 400 M, 4th Long Jump Lizzy Platt 1st High Jump, 1st Long Jump Edith Garcia 4th Discus Alyssa Smith 5th Long Jump Adam Platt 2nd 800 M, 6th 1600 M Roman Platt 5th Long Jump, 5th High Jump Hayden Adkins 8th Discus Girls 4x400 placed 2nd Alyssa Smith, Brittney Shakespear, Tyreah Tebbs, Danielle Brinkerhoff In Richfield on Saturday: Emilee Courtright 2nd High Jump, 8th Javelin Codi Mangum 8th Discus Taryn Syrett 7th 1600 M, 6th Javelin
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CDC: Numbers of Kids with Autism Surge in Latest Study
SALT LAKE CITY - The numbers of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders have surged, according to the latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Advocates for these children said they are not surprised. Those new numbers show that one in 68 children tested has autism, a 29 percent increase since 2008. Brett Spitale, executive director of Autism Speaks, said while his organization would like to see those numbers going the other way, there is an upside. "The earlier that we can intervene with services, behavioral services and any kinds of therapies that are available to our families, the better off that child is going to be down the road," he advised. "So intervention and early intervention is definitely a big thing right now, inside of our community." The CDC studied 8-yearolds at 11 clinics across the country to come up with the new numbers. Spitale said the ultimate goal for groups such as Autism Speaks is being involved in finding a cure. In the meantime, he added, tracing the origins of autism is a top priority. "Whether it's environmental is certainly something we are still looking into," he said. "Whether it's biomedical is something that we're still looking into, as well. We know it's happening in the womb now, which is extremely important for us to identify." —Troy Wilde, Utah News Connection
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The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
By Cynthia Kimball
Today I Will
This week Cynthia Kimball is continuing to take a break to complete her PhD, so we are offering a reprise column from May 2013. Notice people. I will assume not only the best in them, but give them the benefit of doubt. I will find their good and not their stains. I will tell them what they’re doing right, not wrong. I will build them up not tear them down. I will only pass along positive gossip. I will be loyal to people in their absence and presence. I will say hello and ask, “How are you?” to everyone I meet? (and do so sincerely and genuinely). I will celebrate my challenges and trials and see them as opportunities (even ones’ in disguise). I will stop thinking of only of me and, “Forget myself and get to work.” I will thank God for keeping me alive another day to serve Him. And I will actually thank Him for all my blessings including the roof over my head, the food I eat, the clothes on my back, the family and friends in my life, the daughter (or son) I’m becoming, for forgiveness, repentance, .actually I will make a list and not stop until I’m exhausted as I know
my blessings are countless. I will help someone in need whether through a personal visit, a phone call, email or text. I will give away the most important possession of mine and do so anonymously. I will stop doing, thinking and saying anything that takes me away from doing God’s work and ask myself, “What really takes up my heart, the world or God?” I will forgive my enemies. And I will love and pray for them. I will walk, think and talk with confidence and faith. I will love regardlessly. I will not let mistakes break me, but make me. I will focus on faith not fear. I will stand up for someone. I will never give up and endure to the end (no matter what). I will, “Change the way I look at things so the things I look at change.” I will be a cheerleader for someone as well as be my own saying, “You can do this, you are doing this, you will do
this!” I will learn someone’s name and something about them. Then do this with everyone I meet and each time I see them use their name and talk about what it is I know about them all for the sake of making them feel important, loved and valued. I will be fair, treat people equally and not have favorites. I will ask, before I think, say and do, “Is this good or useful?” Even if something is true. I will respect my and others time. I will be more authentic instead of fictional. I will write one thank you note or letter a day. I will find gratitude in everything. I will lead by example. I will take responsibility for my choices. I will focus on what I’ve done right. I will have the spirit of Christmas love every day. I won’t be sarcastic, mock, bully, judge, label or ignore. I will be an extraordinary being because I am. Cynthia Kimball is a speaker and trainer through her company Every1Counts, LLC, and a doctoral student in Workforce Education Leadership.
Standing in line at the grocery-store checkout, my dad was pleased to hear bits of classical music. Unfortunately, the music would begin to play, only to quickly stop. The store's sound system did not seem to be working properly. Turning to the woman standing behind him in line, Dad commented on how lovely the music was and how he hoped the store would get their system fixed. As the music started up again. Dad smiled at the lady and said, "There it is again! Isn't it lovely?" "Sir, it is indeed lovely, but it's not from the store," the woman replied with a smile. "Your cellphone is ringing!"
My friend, a mechanic, does work for the Air Force Academy. One day, a guard asked, "Mind if our new guard dog practices sniffing your truck?" He obliged and the dog went to work. Almost immediately, it latched onto a scent and jumped into the truck bed sniffing furiously. My friend became nervous. There were no drugs or weapons. What could the dog be after? A few minutes later, the guard approached. "Sorry," he said sheepishly, "our dog ate your lunch."
May 1, 2014
tHe lAuGhiNg pOiNt!! Cuisine
Stationed with the Army near Tokyo, I taught a conversational English class to a group of Japanese businessmen. Wishing to acquaint me with their cuisine, my class took me to dinner at a local restaurant. I've never enjoyed seafood, and my hosts noticed my lack of enthusiasm when the odd assortment of raw and cooked fish was served. Intent on saving the evening, one man asked if I'd like a pizza. I accepted with delight. Soon a smiling waitress came to our table and placed before me a large, hot pizza piled high with squid.
College student: "Hey, Dad! I've got some great news for you!" Father: "What, son?" College student: "Remember that $500 you promised me if I made the Dean's list?" Father: "I certainly do." College student: "Well, you get to keep it."
Wills, Trusts, and More
Attorneys and Real Estate Contracts by Jeffery J. McKenna See an attorney before signing any contract for selling or buying real estate. A quick - and often inexpensive - consultation with an attorney can save buyers and sellers heartache, worry, time, and money. Problems typically arise when an individual, after entering into a contract without the benefit of counsel, realizes, only too late, that something is not right but that it is too late to undo or change it. In many instances the direction of the transaction was determined the moment the client signed the contract without having had an attorney review it first. Is working with a real estate agent sufficient to protect your interests? Quite honestly, there are certain legal aspects of real estate sales that real estate agents are not trained or educated to deal with. Real estate agents serve very valid roles in the buy-sell process. One thing to remember, however, is that if the sale does not go through, the real estate agent does not get a commission. This is not to mean that the agent is not honest or truly looking out for the buyer’s or seller’s best interests. In fact, all the real estate agents I have worked with are truly dedicated to serving the clients they work for. However, there are legal aspects of every sale that should be reviewed by an attorney, who has no vested interest in whether the sale is completed or not, and who will be looking at different aspects of the contract than the real estate agent’s area of expertise. Buyer and seller predicaments arise from so many various circumstances, it is impossible to address them all. Common mistakes include the failure to adequately de-
fine the inventory of personal property or appliances included in the sale, too little (or excessive) time having been given to accomplish tasks such as due diligence, financing, or inspections. Sometimes too much - or too little - deposit money has been put down, not protecting the interests of one of the parties. At times a buyer will realize that he or she does not have adequate contingencies and can lose a deposit unnecessarily. Or a seller can find that he is bound by the terms of a contract that has overly-liberal contingencies on financing, inspections, time-frames, etc. and wastes time in the process of trying to conclude a sale that actually is never going through, while other, more-qualified buyers may be missed. Quite frankly, it is risky to sign any contract without a brief consultation with an attorney. What if too little deposit money has been put down to encourage the buyer to go through with the sale if he changes his mind? What if there are unreasonable and unnecessary provisions that, having been eliminated, would have better protected your interests? Another important area that sellers should address is the tax implication of the sale. Would it have been better to wait before selling? Will the taxes that the seller has to pay on the proceeds of the sale outweigh the benefit of selling? Is there a way to prevent having to pay excessive tax? Failure to understand either the contract, or the implications of the sale, can lead to unpleasant surprises or disappointment. A buying or selling party should permit the other to add a provision allowing for
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Attorney Jeff McKenna hiking with his son in Zion National Park
getting the advice of an attorney within a brief time (a few days). A well-written provision can clearly state that the contract is subject to the review and approval of the buyer’s (or seller’s) attorney. The job of the attorney should not be to negotiate a better deal for the party or otherwise change the business transaction. The role of the attorney should be to advise the client as to the legal requirements of the contract and advise if there are ambiguities or issues not addressed. The purchase and sale of a home is a major event in one's life. Retaining an experienced real estate attorney in advance of signing a contract for sale or purchase can protect your investment and assist in ensuring that the transaction proceeds smoothly and in accordance with the party’s expectations. Once a contract is signed, however, obligations are defined - whether or not that party understands the details of the contract. The best and most practical advice is simple: See an attorney prior to signing the contract, or make sure that any contract you sign includes the right to seek counsel before it becomes binding on you. Jeffery J. McKenna is a local attorney serving clients in Utah, Arizona and Nevada. He is a shareholder at the law firm of Barney, McKenna, and Olmstead with offices in St. George and Mesquite. He is a past President of the Southern Utah Estate Planning Council. If you have questions you would like addressed in these articles, you can contact him at 435 628-1711 or email@example.com.
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AG MARKET NEWS Producers Livestock Auction, Salina, Utah Tuesday, April 22, 2013 Receipts: 849. Last Week: 586. Last Year: 873. Feeder Steers: mixed, but mostly 5.00-6.00 lower, but 500 lb wts 3.00-4.00 higher on similar kinds. Feeder Heifers: mixed but mostly 5.00-6.00 lower, except 500-600 lb wts 3.00-4.00 higher. Holstein Steers: to few for comparison. Slaughter Cows: firm to 1.00 lower; Slaughter Bulls: 1.00-2.00 lower. Feeder Steers: Medium and Large Frame 2: 200250 lbs scarce; 250-300 lbs 222.00-237.00; 300-350 lbs 225.00-226.00; 350-400 lbs 199.00-214.00; 400-450 lbs 203.00-225.00; 450-500 lbs 203.00-220.00; 500-550 lbs 212.00-230.00; 550-600 lbs 195.00-215.00; 600-650 lbs 189.00-200.00; 650-700 lbs 176.00-193.75; 700-750 lbs 167.50-182.00; 750-800 lbs 153.00-165.00; 800-850 lbs 155.50-162.50; 850-900 lbs scarce; 900-950 lbs 138.00146.25; 950-1000 lbs 141.25144.00. Holsteins Steers: Large Frame 3: Bull Calves: scarce; 200-300 lbs scarce; 300-500 lbs 102.00-131.00; 500-700 lbs 120.50-126.00; 700-900 lbs 87.00-114.00; 900-1100 lbs scarce. Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large Frame 1-2: 200-250 lbs scarce; 250-300 lbs scarce; 300-350 lbs pkg 205.00; 350-400 lbs 187.00-207.00; 400-450 lbs 185.50-200.00; 450-500 lbs 187.00-206.50; 500-550 lbs 191.00-204.00; 550-600 lbs 180.50-198.00; 600-650 lbs 175.00-192.00, pkg 197.00; 650-700 lbs 156.00-170.00; 700-750 lbs 159.50-169.00; 750-800 lbs 150.00-159.00; 800-850 lbs 143.75-158.00; 850-900 lbs scarce; 900-950 lbs 135.00148.50; 950-1000 lbs scarce. Heiferettes: 73.00-139.50. Stock Cows: Few Pairs 1,360.00-1,900.00/pair; Few Old Bred Cows 925.001,475.00. Slaughter Cows: Boning 80-90% Lean: 90.00-100.50, High Dressing 105.00; Breaking 75-80% Lean: 96.00106.25; Cutter 85-90% Lean: 80.00-89.50. Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade 1000-1500 lbs 101.50-103.00; 1500-1805 lbs 113.50-119.25; Yield Grade 2 1000-1500 lbs 87.00-95.50; 1500-1725 lbs 111.00-112.00; Feeder Bulls: 950-1060 lbs scarce. Source: USDA-Utah Dept. Of Agriculture Market News , Salt Lake City, UT (435-230-0402.)
The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
May 1, 2014
THE WAYNE THEATRE
Teacher Salary Scale Changes and Early Retirement Incentive School districts across the State are currently interviewing and recruiting new teachers for the 2014-2015 school year. Garfield School District is no exception; we have been posting vacant teacher positions since March in an attempt to attract teachers to the District before they are hired in other districts. The most difficult positions to fill are secondary math and science teachers. Districts must be competitive on salary scales and benefit packages to attract the best teachers possible to the classrooms. The beginning teacher salary is critical as new graduates enter the teaching profession, try to pay off student loans and begin their careers. They often select districts with higher compensations. The original beginning teacher compensation was $31,732 placing the GCSD well below the State average when compared to other districts. The Garfield County School Board recently approved an increase
in the beginning teacher salary to $33,347. The increase is only for the teachers in their first and second year of employment. It is also common for school districts to offer some type of early retirement incentive to allow veteran teachers who are on the top of the pay scales to retire; thus allowing new teachers to enter at a lower beginning salary. Early retirement incentives can be beneficial for both the retiring teachers and the districts by allowing veteran teachers opportunities to purchase insurance or years of service with the retirement systems. The financial benefit to the District comes when the salaries of the veteran teachers are compared to the salary for the beginning teachers. When the difference in the two salaries is compared with the each other the maximum savings in one year is $29,086 and a minimum savings of $11,312. With the financial savings and benefits
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for both the district and the teacher an early retirement proposal is currently available until May 30, 2014. The incentive requires the teacher to resign and retire to be eligible for a onetime $10,000 financial compensation to the teacher. I understand concerns from people who may ask why the District would offer such an incentive to change the staffing in the schools. These types of incentives are available in other districts and were available in the Garfield District as recently as 2010. Garfield School District received Secure Rural School (SRS) monies that made it possible to offer this onetime incentive. I am providing you with this information in an attempt to increase transparency in the District by keeping everyone informed with accurate information. If I can answer be of any assistance to answer any questions, please contact me at the District office. —Superintendent Ben Dalton
Wayne School District Meeting May 8
ATTENTION ALL WAYNE SCHOOL DISTRICT PARENTS AND PATRONS - There will be an informal information meeting held on Thursday, May 8, 2014, at 7:00 P.M. This meeting will be held in the Auditorium at the Wayne School District Office. The purpose of this meeting will be to provide information and better communication regarding School District issues. The discussion will focus on the implementation of the Utah Common Core, SAGE assessments, instructional curriculum, and other current education issues. We encourage your participation and an open, positive discussion on the direction of education in our community to help our students be more successful. In order to make the meeting positive and productive, we encourage you to mail or email your questions to the District Office or to Superintendent Torgerson. You may send questions/concerns to Wayne School District, P.O. Box 127, Bicknell, Ut. 84715, or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the meeting. —Superintendent Burke Torgerson
Hoofbeats News from Bryce Valley High
by John Cloud Well, the week has flown by! Things have been very good for the people of Bryce Valley, largely because: It has been Spring Break! Wahoo! Theoretically we had school for the first two days of school this year, but realistically, we had our break early. The reason that I say this is that the first two days of this week were spent in various academic activities that were tantamount to playing. :D Monday was spent at and on the way to the Leonardo, a Museum in Salt Lake, to see the dead sea scrolls. The ride was extremely long, quite boring, and none of the student body was fond of the fact that we had to be at the school at roughly 4:45, but most of us enjoyed the chance to see what is apparently the largest single collection of artifacts that has ever been allowed out of Israel. Many students also wrote little "prayer-notes" that will later be sent to the actual west wall of the Temple in Israel! The second day was largely spent in completing the Student Body Election process, and I can now tell you for certain who our presidency is! Shan Thompson managed to Steal the Presidency, along with fellow "Gren" party member Jarom Johnson for vice president. By default Natalie Pollock won the position of Historian, and Elisabeth Ahlstrom won the position of secretary. There were write ins, but apparently not enough to steal the spots. :D Summer jobs are starting early, with Ruby's and Bryce Canyon entering the Busy Season, and there are certainly going to be more tough weeks ahead! John Cloud is a junior at Bryce Valley High School.
New Student Council Since last week was a two day brief before Spring Break, I decided to take a spring break vacation and put the last two weeks into one ( I promise this is the last one of these). Needless to say, this has been a very interesting few weeks. On the Monday before Spring Break, the school enjoyed a Monday Morning/ School Election Assembly. Along with presenting the videos and speeches of the candidates of both the white and blue party, the assembly also gave the Drama team an opportunity to be recognized for their feat in Price that past weekend at their state competition. The team ended up getting 3rd place for their one-act play, and third place overall. Their play “ Almost the Bride of Dracula” was also given the award for best costumes. Lauren Smith and Josiah Sarles won awards for best character actor as well. Tuesday was a truly exciting way to kick of Spring Break at PHS. After weeks of campaigning, catchy slogans, and treat awards, it was finally time to announce the new student body officers. Here is a quick list of your Student Council members for next year. President-Slader Matthew Vice President-Brenna Mooney Secretary- Ashley Schow Historian- Cherish Moore Service Chairperson- Katlynn Julander Activities ChairpersonLauren Smith
This, of course, means that the PHS NOTEBOOK article will be left in the capable hands of Cherish Moore next year. I have no doubts she will do a fantastic job, as will all of the other new student council members. Tuesday wasn't all about elections,though, as the half day provided an easy slot for a great activity to take place, which started off the Spring break of the students and teachers in very high spirits! Now on to this week. Before I get started, I would just like to apologize dearly to the track and golf teams at PHS. I have been severely slacking on the coverage of your great efforts in your seasons. In news of the golf team, they have been enjoying a nice few weeks getting reacquainted with their clubs, and enjoyed the warm weather in St. george this week. The track team has really been working hard this year! After winning the Milford track meet just a few short weeks ago ( once again, my deepest apologies for not formally recognizing this great feat), the defending state champs have shown amazing heart, and talent to boot. A busy week is surely in store for them, as they competed in not only this Wednesday's Kanab Track meet, but also have important competitions to prepare for in Richfield, As the Nyle Norris Invitational and Richfield Relays provide a great day of running, jumping, and throwing for our competitors. With The BYU, Region, and State meets looming in the
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distance, we wish our amazing track team the best of luck! Our FFA students were very busy this week. They ventured North to attend and compete at their state contest. I’d like to congratulate the Panguitch FFA chapter on their impressive work, as they brought many different accolades- including a few gold medals home. Good job guys! On Friday, the students enjoyed the lovely weather of an upcoming summer to perform some great community service. With two busses, gloves, and many trash bags, our students made a short trip to Red Canyon to tidy up the highway. After a few hours, the highway looked much better. Satisfied with their work, the students journeyed back to the high school and finished out the early Friday by watching “The Book Thief”. Senioritis ( a common pandemic among 12th graders in the U.S.) Has been hitting the Seniors of Panguitch a bit hard these past few weeks, as this Friday marks only 16 days until they are to clean out their lockers one final time. As a senior myself, it is definitely a humbling experience to see the senior countdown posted in the office and watch your time as a high school student slowly tick away. Donnie Corwin is a senior at Panguitch High School and serves as high school historian.
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by Gayle Moore On April 24 the Museum on the Move came to the 4th grade of Bryce Valley Elementary. They did a class on Utah Animals and Classification Activities. They are associated with the University of Utah Natural History Museum. Also on the 24th of April the 5th and 6th graders hiked Bulldog Bench and went on a fossil hunt. They found marine fossils. They can legally collect those while not able to collect other fossils. Then Bryce Valley Elementary had Earth Day activities on Friday the 25th. Kaitlin Sculley is the Bryce Canyon National Park Education Specialist and she worked with students in grades K - 6th. She did a presentation on invasive plants and animals. Each student was able to plant some native Utah Wildflower seeds. We welcome her to our community and schools and hope to see her often.
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Ò My name is Jordan Weihing my parents are Kori Hatch, and Fred Weihing we live in Hanksville,Utah. I hope to attend Wyo Tech in Wyoming after this school year. I want to become a Diesel Mechanic or an Automotive mechanic . My parents have both supported an inspired me. They have taught me everything I know and helped me with decisions I couldnÕt make alone. I thank them for everything and they mean a lot to me.ÓÉÉ.JORDAN
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ÒMy name is Sarah Taylor and I live in Bicknell. My parents are Dan and Jeanette Taylor. After high school I plan on getting my associates in Physical Therapist Assistants, and then eventually I would like to become a Registered Nurse. After college I would like to have a successful career and have a family. My parents have always supported me in everything that IÕve done, and they have ! always helped me in achieving my goals.ÓÉÉ..Sarah
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PANGUITCH - Kenneth Ray Miller, 68, died peacefully at his home April 22, 2014 while surrounded by family who loved him. He was born April 11, 1946 at home in Panguitch to LaGean and Edra Richards Miller. He died 68 years later just a half block away. He married Randi Rich January 18, 1969 in Panguitch. The marriage was later solemnized in the St. George Temple. It seems only fitting that for a man who had a nickname for nearly everyone would himself be affectionately known by the community as "Puff". He claims that his nickname was actually tough, but someone overheard it incorrectly and the "Puff" caught on. Those who knew him would wonder if he was ever very serious about anything. He had a quick wit and focused on teasing and/ or harassing everyone old to young. This obituary is according to Ken. Ken had a full and happy life. He was a dedicated and active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loved his Father in Heaven. He is survived by his wife, Randi and children (some of which he loved more than others) Misty (Michael) Jonart, Marnie (John) Blevins, Mitchell (Ashlee) Miller, Mayo (Heather) Miller, Maxi Miller. He has 15 grandchildren and a grand-dog which many would argue was the favorite. His brother, Edward (Glennis) Miller. He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Richard Miller. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 25, 2014 at 12:00 Noon in the Panguitch 2nd Ward Chapel where friends may call Thursday from 6-8 p.m. and Friday 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in the Panguitch Cemetery with military rites by the Panguitch American Legion Post #25 and Utah Honor Guard. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at www.maglebymortuary.com
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by Mack Oetting ~ mackoetting @gmail.com Oh the weather outside is frightful, but don’t you just love it? Now if only the wind will let up, all will be well. I hear they got about 8’ of snow up at the lake where it is needed the most. So April’s promise of showers finally happened, now maybe we can have some May flowers. On Tuesday, May 13th there will be a blood drive and it will be held at the Stake Center and will run from 1:30 to 7:00. This will be a Scout Eagle Project for Jace Eyre and you can contact him for an appointment @ 676-2453. The Red Cross loves our area, because of so many willing donors. Jace’s goal is to get 65 donors, so he needs everyone’s help. PHS teachers received some very impressive awards. Tammy Bennett the FCCLA advisor, at Nationals in San Antonio will receive the Master Instructor Award, the highest award you can get in this field. At the State meet there are 1500 students competing, to go to National. Tammy’s
students won 13 of these coveted spots and Tammy received the Outstanding Instructor Award in the State. At Nationals there are 5,000 competing and in the past the PHS Students fared really well. Frank (the Motivator) Houston received the Award as the Athletic Director of the year. This Award will go along nicely with his Wrestling Coach of the Year trophy. Shawn Caine’s FBLA class is doing a service project as part of Panguitch’s Sesquicentennial Celebration. They will be collecting artificial flowers for the Spry Cemetery. There will be collection boxes at Joe’s Market and the High School. The flowers will be placed during the Memorial Day weekend. As part of the Sesquicentennial, the Spry Cemetery has had a face lift and is looking real good; it might be worth your time to ride out there for a look. The NBA playoffs are here and there will be games for 40 nights in a row, couch potato dreams come true. Go Heat.
Not much going on so I though I would put in this article from a couple of weeks ago in the SLC Tribune. Preacher Fred Phelps has died at age 84; he drew scorn for linking antigay demonstrations to military funerals. He and his congregation would picket military funerals, drawing the ire of veterans and was a much-loathed figure at the fringe of the U.S. religious scene and was denounced across the theologi-
cal and political spectrum for his beliefs, his language and his tactics. His congregation is made up of mostly his family members, (numbered only about 30 members) who spent much of their time going from funeral to funeral. As a vet., in my opinion, this is one man that won’t be missed. Stay healthy my friend. Mack O.
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Leadermete is a yearly event held for adult and youth volunteers and 4-H partners to connect, discover, share ideas and energize their own portions of 4-H. Leadermete presents many workshops and classes every year in categories varying from crafts, to how to work with youth, to technology areas, and much, much more! In the event you were not aware or part of the 2014 Utah 4H Leadermete held in Wayne County over the past weekend you really missed out. It was more fun than a field trip to Lagoon with a hundred Loa elementary fourth and fifth graders. Those 4H folks sure know how to have fun, so much so that when they all left on Saturday those us that live here in Wayne County were left in a vacuum. Anywhere in Wayne County from Loa to Torrey, where there was room for more than a table or two, there were Utah statewide 4-H leaders gathered in groups all willing to share new ideas and learning techniques. Learning methods that are meant to excite the minds of our youth and prepare them to be the future leaders in our communities through experience, confidence and continued education provided by willing and dedicated “community building” individuals. From the feedback I received, GaeLynn Peterson, Mary Sorenson and all the Wayne County volunteers that taught classes and assisted in the three day events made an indelible and long lasting impression on all the 4-H leaders and Leadermete participants.
There were so many activities happening up and down the county that it was hard not to run into a smiling face just about everywhere you went in Wayne County. The 4-H Leadermete was a hard worked-for and special opportunity for Wayne County to showcase what is extraordinary about the people and the area we call home that is Wayne County. Much appreciation is sent out to all the Wayne County volunteers, businesses, and facilities like the L.D.S. Church, Bruce Chappell “The Mill" in Lyman, and the continuing community efforts of the owners and employees of the “Broken Spur” Inn and Restaurant in Torrey, and not to be forgotten is a favorite, Ray Lynn Cooper, and many, many others too many to mention. Another Wayne County event that happened this past week and sometimes gets over looked is Garkane Energy’s annual Co-op member meeting that was held on the 24th of April at Wayne High in Bicknell. A very special event that happened to coincide with the retirement of Garkane Energy’s CEO Carl Albrecht who has served Garkane’s many customers with dedicated service and leadership for an impressive 40 years. As an audience participant of many, and a 26 + year proud member of the Garkane Energy Co-op, I too found myself choked up as Carl Albrecht tearfully relinquished his CEO seat to incoming CEO Dan McClendon. To me Carl Albrecht has always made an effort to personally get to know all of
Garkane’s members and their needs on a individual basis, a leadership quality I find to be highly commendable. Also in attendance was Utah State Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox who praised Carl Albrecht for his longtime friendship and service to the Great State of Utah. One of the more notable events of the Garkane 75th Annual members meeting was Carl Boyd’s 75th anniversary history book that was signed by the author and presented to all member attendees, a sure-to-be-treasured piece of Garkane’s long history that will be a great addition to Karen Ellett’s Garkane’s early history. Don Lindsey and his Band “Borderline” provided the evening's musical entertainment, and much to the delight of everyone and the expert culinary team from the “Broken Spur” owned by Gary and Francine Hallows, Aaron Torey’s crew catered the Garkane meal prior to the Garkane members' meeting as well as the 4H Leadermete Saturday night Banquet. Garkane District #3 Candidate remarks by 20-year veteran member Michael Blackburn and challenging board member Tracy Potter were also presented. Garkane District #3 election results were then reported and election numbers indicated that Tracy Potter would replace Michael Blackburn on the Garkane Board. Congratulations go out to District #3 winner Tracy Potter, make us proud. After the meeting a full house of Garkane Co-op members anxiously remained in
their seats at the Wayne High School auditorium to learn the results of the door prize drawings. No one was more excited about the possibility of winning the big door prize than Rudy Pace, but to Rudy’s visible disappointment Joni Taft was the big “winner” taking home a bedroom sized big screen HD TV, much to Rudy’s dismay. Better luck next year Rudy…. All in all the Wayne County Garkane Energy’s annual Co-op members meeting at Wayne High was very well attended and highly informational. And a well deserved tribute to all the dedicated employees of Garkane Energy that continually provide quality service to all that enjoy their efforts. A big shout out needs to be extended to past and present employees like Carl Albrecht, Dee Hatch, Marion Chappell, Scott Blackburn, Ronnie Reese, Phillip Burr, Dan Taylor, Scott Grundy, Courtney Cropper, Brad Webb, and many others that are willing to precariously hang on power poles in all kinds of inclement weather and provide us with uninterrupted power here in Wayne County, and often offer critically needed assistance during national disasters like hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is springtime in the Rockies and that time of year that you never know what you are going to wake up to. It could be rain, snow, wind or a sunny day, no matter what you just know it is going to be another wonderful day in paradise so enjoy it.
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May 1, 2014
Bryce Valley Area News
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by Vicki D. Syrett 679-8687 or email@example.com John and Ramona Morreale will be going up to Salt Lake to attend the graduation of Raphael Morreale from the University of Utah in the field of Personal Trainer. He will be helping people with how to live a healthy life style. Congratulations to Raphael and we wish him the best of luck in the future. Marshal and Aubrey Thompson had their new little daughter, Esther Lily Thompson, blessed and given a name by her father Marshall. Grandparents in Cannonville are Joe and Trish Thompson and in Alton the Judd's are also grandparents of this adorable little girl. Last week I reported on the new baby girl of Sky and Ciera Syrett and neglected to list Ciera's parents, Loyd and Blythe Black of Blanding, Utah. The Senior Citizen Bus of Bryce Valley is going to be very busy in the coming weeks. They will be attending the Senior Citizen Convention in Cedar City on May 2nd. On June 13th they will be going to Richfield to see the "Beach Boys" concert. The cost is
$25.00 if you would like attend just give a call. There are many trips planned and if you want to be in on them just give Doug & Vicki Ahlstrom a call on 679-8921 or 616-8926 and let them know. On Monday April 14th the Senior Bus went to Richfield to take the folks to see the "Five Browns" piano concert. It was so well done and everyone enjoyed the trip. Going on this trip was Doug & Vicki Ahlstrom, Jerry & Carol Pollock, Anita Fletcher, and Erica Fletcher. Before the concert they all went to dinner at the Sage Brush Grill in Richfield. On Friday the 25th of April the Senior bus took 12 people to St. George for shopping, errands, and a temple trip. It was a delightful day and everyone came home satisfied and happy. Going this time was Doug and Vicki Ahlstrom, Jerry & Carol Pollock, Jeff Carter, Anita Fletcher, Catherine Littlefield, Jacque Slack, Glenna Fletcher, Vicki Syrett and Ramona Morreale. Passing through Cedar City they picked up Cambry Jensen so she could attend the Temple with Grandma Syrett before
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leaving on her mission to Peru. Everyone who uses the senior citizen bus would like to give a great big thank you to Doug and Vicki Ahlstrom for being so willing to drive to these destinations so we can enjoy things with friends and family. They put in a lot of hours for the Senior Citizens and it is appreciated. Donna Chynoweth we thank you too!! Released were Shawn Mortensen and Bryce Syrett as High Councilmen. Called to serve was Eric Syrett and Dan Fagergren as High Councilmen. The visiting speakers were Pres. and Sister Larkin who are newly called to the St. George Temple President and Matron. Special musical numbers were performed by the Youth Choir of the Stake. Ryan Moore and Kasey Shakespear graduated from Southern Utah University Institute on Sunday, 27 April. Congratulations tothem for the dedication and perseverance in obtaining this goal. Ryan is the son of Frankie and Gayle Moore of Henrieville and Kasey is the son of Kevin and Kay Shakespear of Tropic. The D.U.P. ladies will be
going to Escalante on the 17th of May to attend the Company Convention. This is always well attended and done so nicely. D.U.P. is for any ladies that would like to attend and be part of learning about our pioneers. Coming home from Cedar City today we learned that the traffic on I-15 was being held clear back to Paragonah almost. Some had to wait in line for over 2 hours before they could go over State road 20 and up 89 to get up north. It seems there was a hostage situation and some illegal activities going on so they shut down the freeway. We got word before we reached it so Arthur went through Pargonah and Parowan and then up through Brian Head and down to Panguitch. We got home a couple of hours before our kids did so we were grateful that someone notified us in advance. It was a mess. The Highway Patrol was watching our for our safety. The hostage did get rescued and the others were arrested. Have a great week and please call in your news or email it to me. Thanks VS.
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have chosen May 2, 2014 to be married in the St. George Temple. They will celebrate with an Open House from 5:00-7:00pm that evening at the Creekside Cottonwood Village 25 North 300 West, Washington A reception will also be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Escalante Heritage Center from 7:00-9:00pm. Parents of the Bride are Trent and Leslie Feltner Parents of the Groom are Quinn and Doneen Griffin
Korde Clark Chynoweth Graduates from Lineman College HENRIEVILLE - Korde Clark Chynoweth graduated from the Northwest Lineman College in Meridian, Idaho. The college graduated 125 students on April 18th, 2014. Korde has been participating the strenuous course since Jan. 6th, 2014. The Graduation Day activities began with a Lineman Rodeo Competition where the graduates demonstrated their skills for their families. The activities included; Pole Speed Climbing, Pole Top Rescue, Single Arm Cross Arm Change Out, and Heavy Load Lift Pull. Kordeâ€™s 4 man team won the Heavy Load Lift Pull event where they were required to lift a 65 lb pole as many times as they could in 2 minutes. Their winning score was lifting the pole TEN times! The Graduation Ceremony was held in the Kuna High School Auditorium in Meridian, Idaho.. Attending Kordeâ€™s graduation were his parents, Klin and Nancy Chynoweth, and his brothers, Klinton and Kaden Chynoweth all of Henrieville. Korde is also the grandson of Ralph and Lael Chynoweth of Henrieville and Gloria Clark of Cannonville. Korde is currently working with GarKane Energy on the Hatch to Tropic line while he is applying for an Apprentice Lineman position. CONGRATULATIONS KORDE and the best of luck in your lineman career! â€”Vicki Syrett
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Notice of Tax Sale Notice is hereby given that on May 22, 2014 At 10 o'clock am., at the front door of the county courthouse in Wayne County, Utah, I will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash, under the provision of Section 59-2-135 1, the following described real property located in the county and now delinquent and subject to tax sale. Bids for less than the total amount of taxes, interest, penalty and administrative costs which are a charge upon the real estate will not be accepted. Parcel 1: 02-0026-0765/0-765 Avis Diaz & Amanda DiazBEG AT PT WH IS S0Â° 12'56"W 1332.33 FT ALNG SEC LINE & N88Â°54'29"W 1099.36 FT ALNG 16 SEC LINE FROM NE COR SEC 16 T29S R4E SLBM TH N1Â°05'31"E 417.72 FT TH N88Â°54'29"W 208.71 FT TH N1Â°05'31"E 302.00 FT TH S88Â°54'29E 618.12 FT TH SlÂ°05'31"W 616.45 FT TO W'RLY R-W FENCE OF CO RD TH S60Â°06' W 200.00 FT ALNG SD CO RD 10 TO 1/16 SEC LINE TH N88Â°54'29"W 237.96 FT TO BEG CONT 8 AC IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and official seal on April 24, 2014. /s/ Ryan Torgerson Wayne County Auditor Published in The Wayne and Garfield County Insider on MAY 1, 8, 15 & 22, 2014 Call us for your commercial and residential needs, including: septic systems, road building & maintenance, driveways, power trenches, water lines, footings, basements, and more...
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT TRUSTEES FOR WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at its regular meeting on Monday, July 21, 2014, the Wayne County Commission will appoint (or re-appoint) three trustees to the governing board of the Wayne County Water Conservancy District. The trustees will be sworn in on or after July 21, 2014, for a three year term, and will represent the divisions of Lyman and Hanksville and one atlarge position. For additional information, persons may contact the Wayne County Clerk at 435-836-1300. Ryan Torgerson Wayne County Clerk/Auditor Published in The Wayne and Garfield County Insider on APRIL 17 & 24, and MAY 1, 2014
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Six County Association of Governments will hold a public hearing to discuss the project determined to be applied for in the CDBG Small Cities Program Year 2014, Planning and Administration and Housing Rehab. Comments will be solicited on project scope, implementation, and its effects on residents. The hearings will begin at10:00 A.M on May 7, 2014 and will be held at Sevier County Administration Building-B24, 250 North Main, Richfield, Utah. Further information can be obtained by contacting Emery Polelonema at 435-893-0713. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) during these hearings should notify Emery Polelonema at 435893-0713, 250 North Main, Richfield, Utah, at least three days prior to the hearing to be attended. Individuals with speech and/ or hearing impairments may call the Relay Utah by dialing 711, Spanish Relay Utah; 1.888.346.3662. Published in The Wayne and Garfield County Insider on APRIL 24 and MAY 1, 2014
NOTICE TO WATER USERS The applications below were filed with the Division of Water Rights in Wayne County. These are informal proceedings per Rule R655-6-2. Protests concerning an application must be legibly written or typed, contain the name and mailing address of the protesting party, STATE THE APPLICATION NUMBER PROTESTED, CITE REASONS FOR THE PROTEST, and REQUEST A HEARING, if desired. Also, A $15 FEE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR EACH APPLICATION PROTESTED. Protests must be filed with the Division of Water Rights, PO Box146300, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6300, or by hand delivery to a Divisionoffice during normal business hours ON OR BEFORE MAY 21, 2014. Please visit http://waterrights.utah.gov or call (801)-5387240 foradditional information. NEW APPLICATION(S) 97-2389 (A79989): Willis H. jr. and Adalee Muse propose(s) using 1.73 ac-ft. from groundwater (South of Boulder) for IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING; DOMESTIC. CHANGE APPLICATION(S) 95-5324(a39737): Grover Irrigation Company, State of Utah Board of Water Resources, Toni Thiriot propose(s) using 0.59 ac-ft. from the Fish Creek Lake, Fish Creek, and Carcass Creek (15 mile SE of Teasdale) for IRRIGATION; OTHER: Pond for recreation and fire protection (.15 af per year). EXTENSION(S) 97-2202(a24039): William J. Lockhart, Teresa Martin is/ are filing an extension for 0.75 ac-ft. from groundwater (Lot 5 Black Boulder Mesa Prop) for IRRIGATION; DOMESTIC. 97-2203(a24040): Mary Louise Lockhart, William B. Lockhart is/are filing an extension for 0.75 ac-ft. from groundwater (Lot 6 Black Boulder Mesa Prop) for IRRIGATION; DOMESTIC. Kent L. Jones, P.E. STATE ENGINEER Published in The Wayne and Garfield County Insider on APRIL 24 & MAY 1, 2014
The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
May 1, 2014
LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE Sheriff’s Case Number: 13W0035 Date of Sale: May 5, 2014 Time of Sale: 10:00 a.m. Location of Sale: Wayne County Courthouse, 18 South Main Street, Loa, Utah 84747 Media Publications: The Insider IN THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR WAYNE COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH INVESTORS CAPITAL ALLIANCE, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, Plaintiff, vs. GREENTECH MINING INCORPORATED, a Delaware corporation; GREENTECH MINING UTAH, LLC, a Utah limited liability company; WINNING LLC, a California limited liability company; REVERE INVESTMENTS, LLC, a Connecticut limited liability company; FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, a California Corporation; Defendants. Pursuant to that Amended Order of Sale entered by the Sixth Judicial District Court in and for Wayne County on April 1, 2014, case no. 130600017, notice is hereby given of a Sheriff’s Sale to take place at the courthouse steps of the Wayne County Courthouse located at 18 South Main Street, Loa, Utah 84747, on May 5, 2014 at 10:00 a.m., for the sale of the real and personal property identified and described in the attached Exhibit A, in an attempt to satisfy a judgment entered in favor of the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,162,842.32 as of November 1, 2013, plus accrued interest and attorney’s fees and costs incurred by Plaintiff in the above-entitled action and for the sale. The real and personal property to be sold can be viewed at 2330 E. Fairview Ranch Road, Hanksville, Utah 84734, on May 4, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 11 :00 a.m. For questions regarding the property interests to be sold, please contact Platte S. Nielson, Esq., of Kruse Landa Maycock & Ricks, LLC, 136 East South Temple, Twenty-First Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111. Dated this 10th day of April, 2014 /s/ Kurt R. Taylor Sheriff of Wayne County, State of Utah Exhibit A Real and personal property set forth in the Second Commercial Deed of Trust, Security Agreement, Assignment of Leases and Rents and Fixture Filing attached as Exhibit A to the Amended Default Judgment: The real property located in County of Wayne, State of Utah more particularly described as ALL OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, SALT LAKE BASE AND MERIDIAN, IN WAYNE COUNTY, UTAH. TAX PARCEL NO. 02-0066-0948; SERIAL NO. 0-946-2, including all heretofore or hereafter vacated alleys and streets abutting the property, and all easements, rights, appurtenances, tenements, hereditaments, rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and profits, water, water rights, and water stock appurtenant to the property, including without limitation that certain water right more particularly described as Utah Water Right No. 95-5290, in the name of Greentech Inc. (collectively “Premises”); TOGETHER with all of Greentech Mining Incorporated’s estate, right, title and interest, now owned or hereafter acquired, in, under, and to: (a) all buildings, structures, improvements, parking areas, landscaping, equipment, fixtures and articles of property now or hereafter erected on, attached to, or used or adapted for use in the operation of the Premises; including but without being limited to, all heating, air conditioning and incinerating apparatus and equipment; all boilers, engines, motors, dynamos, generating equipment, piping and plumbing fixtures, water heaters, ranges, cooking apparatus and mechanical kitchen equipment, refrigerators, freezers, cooling, ventilating, sprinkling and vacuum cleaning systems, fire extinguishing apparatus, gas and electric fixtures, carpeting, floor coverings, underpadding, elevators, escalators, partitions, mantels, built-in mirrors, window shades, blinds, draperies; screens, storm sash, awnings, signs, furnishings of public spaces, halls and lobbies, and shrubbery and plants, and including also all interest of any owner of the Premises in any of such items hereafter at any time acquired under conditional sale contract, chattel mortgage or other title retaining or security instrument, all of which property mentioned in this clause (a) shall be deemed part of the realty covered by this Instrument and not severable wholly or in part without material injury to the freehold of the Premises (all of the foregoing together with replacements and additions thereto are referred to herein as “Improvements”); and (b) all compensation, awards, damages, rights of action and proceeds, including interest thereon and/or the proceeds of any policies of insurance therefor, arising out of or relating to a (i) taking or damaging of the Premises or Improvements thereon by reason of any public or private improvement, condemnation proceeding (including change of grade), sale or transfer in lieu of condemnation, or fire, earthquake or other casualty, or (ii) any injury to or decrease in the value of the Premises or the Improvements for any reason whatsoever; (c) return premiums or other payments upon any insurance any time provided with respect to the Premises, Improvements, and other collateral described herein for the benefit of or naming Investors Capital Alliance, LLC, and refunds or rebates of taxes or assessments on the Premises; (d) all written and oral leases and rental agreements (including extensions, renewals and subleases; all of the foregoing shall be referred to collectively herein as the “Leases”) now or hereafter affecting the Premises including, without limitation, all rents, issues, income, profits and other revenues and income therefrom and from the renting, leasing or bailment of Improvements and equipment (“Rents”), all guaranties of tenants’ performance under the Leases, and all rights and claims of any kind that Greentech Mining Incorporated may have against any tenant under the Leases or in connection with the termination or rejection of the Leases in a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding; (e) plans, specifications, contracts and agreements relating to the design or construction of the Improvements; Greentech Mining Incorporated’s rights under any payment, performance, or other bond in connection with the design or construction of the Improvements; all landscaping and construction materials, supplies, and equipment used or to be used or consumed in connection with construction of the Improvements, whether stored on the Premises or at some other location; and contracts, agreements, and purchase orders with contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and materialmen incidental to the design or construction of the Improvements; (f) all contracts, accounts, rights, claims or causes of action pertaining to or affecting the Premises or the Improvements, including, without limitation, all options or contracts to acquire other property for use in connection with operation or development of the Premises or Improvements, management contracts, service or supply contracts, deposits, bank accounts, general intangibles (including without limitation trademarks, trade names and symbols), permits, licenses, franchises and certificates, and all commitments or agreements, now or hereafter in existence, intended by the obligor thereof to provide Greentech Mining Incorporated with proceeds to satisfy the loan evidenced hereby or improve the Premises or Improvements, and the right to receive
all proceeds due under such commitments or agreements including refundable deposits and fees; (g) all books, records, surveys, reports and other documents related to the Premises, the Improvements, the Leases, or other items of collateral described herein; and (h) all additions, accessions, replacements, substitutions, proceeds and products of the real and personal property, tangible and intangible, described herein. In addition to the foregoing: (a) all of the personal property on or relating to the Premises now owned or at any time hereafter acquired by Greentech Mining Incorporated or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC or in which Greentech Mining Incorporated or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC now has or at any time in the future may acquire any right, title or interest, including without limitation the assets set forth below: 30 x 120 metal building, insulated, heated, lighting, water Concrete ore storage bins and pads fully lined HDTP water storage pond systems 671 acre perimeter security fence 2 complete water well systems with water rights Truck weight scale concrete assembly Underground piping and electrical systems 1 unit - T-2000 complete Dragon Smelter System-diesel fired industrial semi rotary metallurgical mold capacity of 2000 lbs 7 units - Universal auger transfer units with motors Baldor cat # cem 366it 3 hp w/ 4inch and 14 drive system 5 units - Flux mixing metal bin systems with vibrators/Baldor motor cat # gifl848c-ap17.55 ratio 1 unit - 40ft complete bag house tank assembly 20hp vibrating assembly 1 unit - 20 ton complete batch mixing feed bin assembly mm 3 units - 20 hp ventilation blower assemblies 1 unit - Feeder bin with auger assembly 1 unit - Stutenroth 10 rock crushing mill 1 unit - Simplicity 3’ x 6’ vibrating 2 deck screen plant 1 unit - 4’ x 16’ reverse belt gold concentrator 2 units - 3x2 Galliger slurry pump 1 unit - 4x3 Galliger slurry pump 1 unit -Triple deck Deister table 1 unit - #6 Deister finishing table Misc. electrical panels, switches and cables Misc. plumbing systems - in-ground and in-building Misc. small tools and spare parts 2 units - mobile offices (b) all of Greentech Mining Incorporated’s and Greentech Mining Utah, LLC’s Accounts, Chattel Paper, Commercial Tort Claims, Deposit Accounts, Documents, Equipment, Fixtures, General Intangibles, Goods, Instruments, Intellectual Property, Inventory, Investment Property, Leases, Letter-of-Credit Rights, Money, Supporting Obligations and Identified Claims (each as defined in the Utah Uniform Commercial Code); (c) all books and records pertaining to any of the foregoing; (d) all proceeds and products of any of the foregoing; and (e) all collateral security and guaranties given by any Person with respect to any of the foregoing (the “Collateral”). Personal property set forth in the UCC Financing Statements attached as Exhibit B to the Amended Default Judgment: For purposes hereof, the term “Premises” shall mean that certain parcel of land in Wayne County, Utah described as all of Section 36, Township 29 South, Range 11 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, Wayne County, Utah (a) Plans, specifications, contracts and agreements relating to the design or construction of the improvements on the Premises (the “Improvements”); Greentech Mining Incorporated’s or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC’s rights under any payment, performance, or other bond in connection with the design or construction of the Improvements; all landscaping and construction materials, supplies, and equipment used or to be used or consumed in connection with construction of the Improvements, whether stored on the Premises or at some other location; and contracts, agreements, and purchase orders with contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and materialmen incidental to the design or construction of the Improvements; (b) All contracts, accounts, rights, claims or causes of action pertaining to or affecting the Premises or the Improvements, including, without limitation, all options or contracts to acquire other property for use in connection with operation or development of the Premises or Improvements, management contracts, service or supply contracts, deposits, bank accounts, general intangibles (including without limitation trademarks, trade names and symbols), permits, licenses, franchises and certificates, and all commitments or agreements, now or hereafter in existence, intended by the obligor thereof to provide Greentech Mining Incorporated or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC with proceeds to satisfy the loan evidenced hereby or improve the Premises or Improvements, and the right to receive all proceeds due under such commitments or agreements including refundable deposits and fees; (c) All books, records, surveys, reports and other documents related to the Premises, the Improvements, the leases relating thereto, or other items of collateral described herein; and (d) All of the personal property on or relating to the Premises now owned or at any time hereafter acquired by Greentech Mining Incorporated or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC or in which Greentech Mining Incorporated or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC now has or at any time in the future may acquire any right, title or interest, including without limitation the assets set forth below: 30 x 120 metal building, insulated, heated, lighting, water Concrete ore storage bins and pads fully lined HDTP water storage pond systems 671 acre perimeter security fence 2 complete water well systems with water rights Truck weight scale concrete assembly Underground piping and electrical systems 1 unit - T-2000 complete Dragon Smelter System-diesel fired industrial semi rotary metallurgical mold capacity of 2000 lbs 7 units - Universal auger transfer units with motors Baldor cat # cem 366it 3 hp w/ 4inch and 14 drive system 5 units - Flux mixing metal bin systems with vibrators/Baldor motor cat # gifl848c-ap17.55 ratio 1 unit - 40ft complete bag house tank assembly 20hp vibrating assembly 1 unit - 20 ton complete batch mixing feed bin assembly mm 3 units - 20 hp ventilation blower assemblies 1 unit - Feeder bin with auger assembly 1 unit - Stutenroth 10 rock crushing mill 1 unit - Simplicity 3’ x 6’ vibrating 2 deck screen plant 1 unit - 4’ x 16’ reverse belt gold concentrator 2 units - 3x2 Galliger slurry pump 1 unit - 4 x 3 Galliger slurry pump 1 unit -Triple deck Deister table 1 unit - #6 Deister finishing table Misc. electrical panels, switches and cables Misc plumbing systems - in-ground and in-building Misc small tools and spare parts 2 units - mobile offices (e) All of Greentech Mining Incorporated’s or Greentech Mining Utah, LLC’s Accounts, Chattel Paper, Commercial Tort Claims, Deposit Accounts, Documents, Equipment, Fixtures, General Intangibles, Goods, Instruments, Intellectual Property, Inventory, Investment Property, Leases, Letter-of-Credit Rights, Money, Supporting Obligations and Identified Claims (each as defined in the Utah Uniform Commercial Code);
(f) All collateral security and guaranties given by any person with respect to any of the foregoing; and (g) All additions, accessions, replacements, substitutions, proceeds and products of the real and personal property, tangible and intangible, described herein. Published in The Wayne and Garfield County Insider on APRIL 17 & 24 and MAY 1, 2014
NOTICE OF FINAL TAX SALE Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of May, 2014, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. in the Garfield County Courthouse, 55 South Main Street, Panguitch, Utah, I will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash, under the provisions of Section 59- 2-1351.1, the following described real property located in the county and now delinquent and subject to tax sale. A bid for less than the total amount of taxes, interest, penalty, and administrative costs which are a charge upon the real estate will not be accepted. NOTICE: The Garfield County Recorder’s Office has maps available upon request for a nominal fee. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BIDDER TO DETERMINE THE PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE LAND, ITS GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION, ACCESSIBILITY AND AVAILABILITY OR VALIDITY OF WATER RIGHTS. PARCEL 1. Wendy Adams, 20857 Satinwood Drive, Saugus, California 91350, WR734-1, 16-0081-1426 The East Half of the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 37 South, Range 6 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $1,669.16 PARCEL 2. Wendy Adams, 20857 Satinwood Drive, Saugus, California 91350, WR734-2, 16-0081-1427 The West Half of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 37 South, Range 6 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $1,669.16 PARCEL 3. Albert Arebalo, 1528 Duneville Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89146-1214, MCS2-90, 16-0057-0105 All of Lot 90 Mammoth Creek Subdivision Number 2 Amended and Revised. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $5,941.47 PARCEL 4. Mark L. Ayotte, 2627 South Lamb Blvd #29, Las Vegas, Nevada 891211830, HC-27, 23-0040-0027 All of Lot 27 Haycock Creek Subdivision Unit A. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $536.54 PARCEL 5. B Properties LLC, 4544 West Kiuarney Drive, Highland, Utah 84003, HRE-C-17, 14-0046-0017 All of Lot 17, Block C Hidden River Estates. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $381.71 PARCEL 6. Natalie Buster and Tresa Berry, 10413 Burensburg Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89135-1070, WR737-7, 16-0081-1260 The West Half of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 13, Township 37, South, Range 6 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $2,782.22 PARCEL 7. Geoffrey Carter PO Box 180114, Cannonville, Utah 84718, C-48-2, 03-00150149 Beginning at a Point located North 89E40’57” East along the 1/16th Section Line 143.15 feet and South 22E46’ 27” East 232.43 feet from the Northwest Corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 31 Township 37 South, Range 2 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian and running Thence North 87E54’23” East 507.64 feet to the West Right of Way Line of the Kodachrome Road; Thence South 0E31’05” West along said Right of Way Line 222.42 feet; Thence South 75E24’35” West leaving said Right of Way Line 548.47 feet; Thence North 4E15’47” East 342.98 feet to the Point of Beginning. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $2,861.68
PARCEL 8. Randy and Brenda Catmull, PO Box 1374, Boulder, Utah 84716, BS-4, 02-0013-0004 All of Lot 4 Brooks Subdivision Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $816.36 PARCEL 9. Randy and Brenda Catmull, PO Box 1374, Boulder, Utah 84716, BS-5, 02-0013-0005 All of Lot 5 Brooks Subdivision Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $816.36 PARCEL 10. Randy and Brenda Catmull, PO Box 1374 Boulder, Utah 84716, BS-6, 02-0013-0006 All of Lot 6 Brooks Subdivision Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $816.36 PARCEL 11. Randy and Brenda Catmull, PO Box 1374 Boulder, Utah 84716, BS-7, 02-0013-0007 All of Lot 7 Brooks Subdivision Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $816.36 PARCEL 12. Randy and Brenda Catmull, PO Box 1374 Boulder, Utah 84716, BS-8, 02-0013-0008 All of Lot 8 Brooks Subdivision Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $1,690.35 PARCEL 13. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-23, 080080-0023 All of Lot 23 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $530.21 PARCEL 14. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-26, 080080-0026 All of Lot 26 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $530.21 PARCEL 15. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-35, 080080-0035 All of Lot 35 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $745.32 PARCEL 16. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-36, 080080-0036 All of Lot 36 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $745.32 PARCEL 17. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-38, 080080-0038 All of Lot 38 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $825.89 PARCEL 18. Color Country Community Housing, 139 North 100 West, St. George, Utah 84770, TBMS-39, 080080-0039 All of Lot 39 Bryce Meadows Subdivision Phase 1. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $825.89 PARCEL 19. Findlay Insurance Company, 1050 West Warm Springs Road, Henderson, Nevada 89014, WR-1701, 23-0081-0554 Beginning at a Point 150 feet East of the Northeast Corner of Lot 75, Clear Creek Estates Unit 2, North Section 31, Township 35 South, Range 7 West Salt Lake Base and Meridian, and running Thence East 140.00 feet; Thence South 150.00 feet; Thence West 140.00 feet; Thence North 150.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $854.63 Cont’d on page 9
The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
May 1, 2014
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garfield county school district Panguitch High School Head Wrestling Coach Panguitch High School is seeking applications for a Head Wrestling Coach. QUALIFICATIONS: This position will require adequate knowledge of wrestling rules, skills, schedules, and safety. Applicants must have, or be willing to obtain, coaching, and CPR/ First Aid certificates. Applicant must satisfactorily pass an employment background check. Applicants must work well with children. APPLICATION: Interested individuals should submit a Garfield County School District classified application. Please direct questions to Rod Quarnberg at rod.quarnberg@garfk12. org , 435-272-6849, or 435-676-8805 and applications to: Panguitch High, PO Box 393, 390 East 100 South, Panguitch, UT 84759. Online application available at: www.garfield.k12.ut.us Applications will be screened and the most qualified candidates will be granted interviews. DEADLINE: May 2, 2014 Garfield School District is an equal opportunity employer. Garfield School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all applications. 5/1
garfield county school district Panguitch High School Head Cheer Coach Panguitch High School is seeking applications for a Head Cheer Coach. QUALIFICATIONS: This position will require adequate knowledge of cheer stunting rules, skills, schedules, and safety. Applicants must have, or be willing to obtain, coaching, and CPR/First Aid certificates. Must satisfactorily pass an employment background check and drug test. Applicants must work well with children. APPLICATION: Interested individuals should submit a Garfield County School District classified application. Please direct questions to Rod Quarnberg at firstname.lastname@example.org , 435-272-6849, or 435-676-8805 and applications to: Panguitch High, PO Box 393, 390 East 100 South, Panguitch, UT 84759. Online application available: www.garfield.k12.ut.us Applications will be screened and the most qualified candidates will be granted interviews. DEADLINE: May 2, 2014 Garfield School District is an equal opportunity employer. Garfield School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all applications. 5/1
garfield county school district Panguitch High School Certified English Teacher Garfield School District is hiring a part-time Certified English Teacher for Panguitch High School. This position will be for two periods per day for the 2014-2015 school year. SALARY: Beginning Step and Lane according to the 20132014 Garfield County School District Certified Salary Schedule. This position has no benefits and will be paid from School Land Trust monies. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have a valid Utah Teaching License and a current transcript of credit. Previous teaching experience is preferred, but not required. All applicants must be fingerprinted and satisfactorily pass an employment background check. APPLICATION: Interested individuals should submit a Garfield County School District Certified application, resume, three current letters of recommendation, and a transcript. Please direct questions to Principal Rod Quarnberg, 435272-6849 or email@example.com , and application packets to: Garfield County School District, P.O. Box 398, 145 East Center, Panguitch, Utah 84759. Online applications are available at: (http://www.garfield.k12.ut.us/index.php/do/employment) Applications will be screened and the most qualified candidates will be granted interviews. DEADLINE: May 2, 2014 Garfield School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Affirmative Action and ADA 5/1
wayne county school district Certified Science Teacher Wayne School District is seeking applicants for a certified Science Teacher at Wayne High School. Minimum Qualifications 1. Must possess a valid Utah teacher certificate, or be able to obtain one by August 2014, in Secondary Education with a major in science and a science endorsement and be able to teach Physics, Chemistry, Earth Systems and Biology. 2. Must meet the “Highly Qualified Teacher” standard for an secondary science educator under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). 3. Must possess good communication skills and be proficient working as a member of a team. Applicants must be skilled in classroom management. Minimum Job Responsibilities 1. Plan a program of study that is consistent with Utah State Core. 2. Cultivate and nurture high expectations of students. 3. Create and foster a learning environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interest of all high school level students. 4. Show evidence of good communication and team skills. 5. Committed to providing quality instruction. Application Procedure 1. Applicant must submit a letter of application indicating his/her interest in the position. A university placement file should be sent to Wayne School District, or, if a placement file is unavailable, a current resume, a university transcript showing all course work, a copy of applicant’s teaching certificate, and four letters of recommendation should accompany the application letter. 2. Applicants will be screened based on the documents submitted and interviews will be scheduled with those deemed most qualified. 3. Application materials should be sent to: Superintendent Burke Torgerson Wayne School District PO Box 127 Bicknell, UT 84715 (435)425-3813 An applicant will not be considered for a final hiring decision without an onsite interview. This position will remain open until filled. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with Board policy. Specific questions about job duties may be directed to Principal Mary Bray at Wayne High School, mary.bray@wayne. k12.ut.us 435-425-3411 or Superintendent Burke Torgerson at Wayne School District, firstname.lastname@example.org (435)425-3813. Wayne School District is an equal opportunity employer; however, the District reserves the right to reject any or all applications.
Volunteer Opportunity Red Canyon Visitor Center Powell Ranger District Dixie National Forest
The Powell Ranger District, Dixie National Forest, is seeking couples or individuals to fill at least 4 volunteer positions at the Red Canyon Visitor Center located approximately 3.7 miles east of the junction of U.S. Highway 89/ Utah State Highway 12. Duties of the positions include but are not limited to opening and closing the facilities, greeting visitors and providing public information, selling Bryce Canyon Natural History Association materials, accounting for funds collected, and reading the car counter meter. Additionally, duties may require the cleaning of restroom facilities. Volunteers will be provided subsistence in the amount of $10.00 per person per shift worked. Generally volunteers work 3 to 4 – 4 to 5 hour shifts per week, however, exact scheduling is variable. Volunteers must provide their own travel to and from the Red Canyon Visitor Center and their own housing. If interested please, as soon as possible, contact Richard Costigan or Boyd Smith at the Powell Ranger District office in Panguitch, Utah, or call 435-676-9300. Thank you for your interest in volunteering on the Powell Ranger District, Dixie National Forest.
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PARCEL 20. John Fitzgerald 11105 Pine Greens Court, Las Vegas, Nevada 89144, HU-522, 14-0053-0192 All of Lot 22, Block 5 Hercules Subdivision. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $525.89 PARCEL 21. Jewel Forsyth, 253 South Sunset Point, Cedar City, Utah 84720, CCE2-27, 23-0019-0027 All of Lot 27, Clear Creek Estates Unit 2 Fourth Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $4,736.64 PARCEL 22. Damon Green, 265 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115, HCM102-5, 12-0042-0151 Beginning at the Southwest Corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 36 South, Range 5 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian and running Thence South 89E43’26” East 660.00 feet; Thence North 0E30’59” East 792.00 feet; Thence North 89E43’26” West 660.00 feet; Thence South 0E30’59” West 792.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $7,941.33 PARCEL 23. Peter Matousek 20857 Satinwood Drive, Saugus, California 91350, WR734-3, 16-0081-1428 The East Half of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 37 South, Range 6 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $1,289.02
PARCEL 24. Marisa Meade and Raul Escobar, c/o Kathleen A. Liston, 2967 Pinehurst Drive, Las Vegas,dNevada e 23-008189109, WR-529-M, m e 0769 de at a Half Beginning e Inch RPin which lies South 14E00’53” East 385.69 feet from the Northwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 36 South, Range 7 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian and running Thence North 68E43’20” East 100.14 feet to a Half Inch Pin; Thence South 22E05’21” East 98.99 feet to a 5/8 Inch Pin with Cap Marked RLS 4876; Thence South 67E13’40” West 100.00 feet to a 5/8 Inch Pin with Cap Marked RLS 4876; Thence North 22E09’56” West 101.60 feet to the Point of Beginning. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $2,727.17 PARCEL 25. Robert and Deborah Sidener, 2301 Augusta Drive, Springfield, Illinois 62704, WR-114-1-12, 16-0081-0916 The Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 4, Township 35 South, Range 2 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $862.14 PARCEL 26. Steven and Jirawan Staehr, 17052 Shady Lane Drive, Morgan Hill, California 95037, BDV-B-92, 23-0008-0092 All of Lot 92 Beaver Dam Village Unit B Extension 3 Amended. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $4,721.65
PARCEL 27. Jared Stubbs, c/o Shane Stubbs, PO Box 2640, Colorado City, Arizona 86021, CCD-3, 10-0016-0003 The West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 37 South, Range 3 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $432.21 PARCEL 28. Jared Stubbs, c/o Shane Stubbs, PO Box 2640, Colorado City, Arizona 86021, EWR-683-A, 17-0034-0693 The East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 37 South, Range 3 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, Excepting Therefrom 8.89 Acres deeded to Brent Lyman. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $433.33 PARCEL 29. Jared Stubbs, c/o Shane Stubbs, PO Box 2640, Colorado City, Arizona 86021, EWR-683-A-1, 17-0034-0694 Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 37 South, Range 3 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian and running Thence West 440.00 feet; Thence North 880.00 feet; Thence East 440.00 feet; Thence South 880.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Total Fees and Taxes Due: $431.23 IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 24th day of April, 2014. Camille A. Moore Garfield County Auditor Published in the Wayne and Garfield County Insider on APRIL 24 and MAY 1, 8 & 15, 2014
SUBWAY Full & Part-Time Subway in Torrey Utah is looking for full and part time employees. You can pick up an application at the Subway/ Phillips 66 in Torrey or call 435-425-3302 and ask for Kim or 435-691-2701 and ask for Lee. 5/1 EDWARDS TRUCKING OTR Flatbed Drivers Edwards Trucking is looking for OTR flatbed drivers. We have year-round freight. Clean MVR and CDL required. We offer fuel and safety bonus. We are looking for motivated, honest, reliable and positive employees. Wage is negotiable depending on experience. If a steady year round work is appealing to you call Derik Edwards 435-691-1169. 5/22
The Saddlery Wait Staff & Greeters The Saddlery Cowboy Bar and Steakhouse in Torrey is getting ready to open its doors for the 2014 season and is currently hiring! We are in need of wait staff and greeters. We will be open tuesday through sunday from May 16th until October 31st. All interested please call 435-896-7765 or 435-4252424. 5/8
FOR SALE Lowell Volden
Will be selling at his house in Torrey for most of the month of May. Lots of Antiques, Collectibles and Old Farm Equipment. Everything Goes!! Call
ANTIQUES WANTED Private party wants to buy... Old wind up clocks, oldpocket watches, gold coins & silver dollars, old jewelry, turquoise jewelry, antique glass, antique dolls & toys. ANYTHING THAT IS OLD
CLEAN BEARDLESS BARLEY GRAIN for sale. $30 per hundred weight. 435691-1529 5/15
YARD A-NAY LANDSCAPING Serving all of Garfield County. Sprinkler systems & repair, mowing, trimming, weed spraying, aeration, thatching. Call Alex for a free estimate 435-231-1562 5/1
RENTALS Tropic - Beautiful Large 3 and 4 bedroom homes available in Tropic Utah. 2 baths/ carport /Central Air. Pets welcome ( restrictions) must income qualify. Rents starting at $ 416. Equal Housing. Please give us a call 801-322-2505 or 435-865-1455 5/29 BICKNELL - House for rent, 43 S. 400 W., 3 BR, 1.5 bath, living room, day room, carport, AC & electric heat. $600/mo, 1 year lease, 1st & last month’s rent + $800 deposit to move in. 435-4253723 rtn Tropic - Beautiful Large 3 and 4 bedroom homes available in Tropic Utah. 2 baths/ carport /Central Air. Pets welcome ( restrictions) must income qualify. Rents starting at $ 416. Equal Housing. Please give us a call 801-322-2505 or 435-865-1455 4/24 teasdale - Spacious 2 bedroom 1 Bath, home for rent in Teasdale. Hardwood and tile floors. Recently remodeled. No smoking, No pets. $ 600 plus utilities. For more information call 435-691-0364. 5/8
TORREY - Beautiful house in Torrey, 3BR. 1.5 BA, centrally located, $250 per night plus $100 cleaning fee. Call 801-792-1602 5/15
Shane’s Carpet Cleaning Carpet, Tile and Upholstery Reasonable prices Call Shane at
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Spaces will be available along Main Street & Center Street for $10.00 each. This includes one 6ft table per space (if you need it), for this one day event. You can set up at 8:00 a.m. Sale will be until 3:00 p.m. This Giant Yard Sale attracts a lot of attention as people drive through our city on this busy Memorial Day weekend. This Event Will Be Advertised on Radio, Gateway Banner & Various Newspapers **Reserve your space today ~ Multiple spaces available** Contact Becky Yard 6768060 (Cowboy Collectibles) email@example.com
The Wayne & Garfield County INSIDER
Practical Money Matters
Help Your Mom Get Organized for Mother's Day by Jason Alderman
Mother's Day is May 11. If you're wracking your brain for ways to show your mom appreciation for all the sacrifices she made while raising you, here's a thought: Why not offer to spend some time helping to sort through her financial, legal and medical paperwork to make sure everything is in order? While flowers and candy offer immediate gratification, I'll bet your mom will truly appreciate the long-term value of getting her records in order now so that she – and you – will be able to take appropriate actions later on, should the need arise. Some of the areas you might want to organize include: Retirement income sources. Gather these documents so your mom will have a better idea how much income she'll have available throughout retirement: • Register your mom at mySocialSecurity (www. socialsecurity.gov/myaccount) to gain access to personalized estimates of retirement, disability and survivors benefits, lifetime earnings records and estimated Social Security and Medicare taxes paid. • You'll also need your dad's statement to determine any potential spousal or survivor benefits for which she might be eligible, so sign him up as well. • Annual statements for pension, IRA, 401(k) or other retirement savings plans for which she's eligible. (Check your dad's statements too in case she's eligible for spousal death benefits.) • Bank statements for check-
ing, savings, money market and CD accounts. • Company stock and bond certificates, and statements for other investment accounts. Outstanding debts. Also gather monthly statements and outstanding balances owed for major expenses including: home mortgage or other property loans, home equity loan or line of credit, car loan or lease, credit cards, medical bills and personal loans. Other important documents. Your mom should have documents instructing how she'd like her affairs to be handled, both while she's living and after death. Look for: • Medical, homeowner/renter, auto, life, disability and long-term care insurance policies. • A will (and possibly a trust) outlining how she wants her estate managed after death. • Durable power of attorney and health care proxy specifying who will make her financial and medical decisions if she becomes incapacitated. • Also, a living will tells doctors which medical treatments and life-support procedures she does or doesn't want performed. • Birth certificate, marriage license, Social Security card, funeral plans, safe deposit box information, etc. • Contact information for professional service providers (doctors, pharmacy, lawyer, financial advisor, bank, insurance companies, etc.) Also give these providers your own contact information in case of emergencies.
Review these documents regularly and make updates whenever her situation changes. For example, make sure that designated beneficiaries for your mom's will, life insurance and retirement plans accurately reflect her current wishes. If you need help guiding financial discussions, Social Security has created a special website for women (www.ssa. gov/women) that provides information on retirement, disability and other issues – in English and Spanish. They also have a Retirement Estimator (www.ssa.gov/estimator) that enters her earnings information from their records to estimate her projected Social Security benefits under different scenarios (age at retirement, future earnings projections, etc.) Another good resource is the Women's Saving Initiative, a program jointly developed by Heinz Family Philanthropies, the Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) and Visa Inc. This program features a free book called "What Women Need to Know About Retirement," which you can download as a PDF or audio file at www.practicalmoneyskills.com/resources. If you need professional help, consult a licensed financial planner who can design a personalized retirement strategy. If you don't know one, try the Financial Planning Association (www.plannersearch. org). Jason Alderman directs Visa's financial education programs. To Follow Jason Alderman on Twitter: www.twitter. com/PracticalMoney.
visitors alike. As a long-time board member of the National Parks Foundation, and one who has personally spent many hours exploring these treasured lands within our state, I can't think of a more fantastic experience for all to enjoy than a breathtaking Utah Symphony concert in the extraordinary landscapes in and around our parks." David Green, Senior Vice President and COO of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, said that joining two of Utah’s greatest treasures – the landscape and live orchestral music – is a rare experience that is not to be missed. “Pairing some of the most stunning beauty in Utah with the Utah Symphony will be one of the most unique and most important projects we have planned in the past 20 plus years,” explained Green. “We often tour these special locations for our education outreach programs which reach the entire state, but The Mighty 5 Tour will be a chance to serve the communities that support the parks and the symphony in a different way – the lucky people who are able to see one of these events will have a oncein-a-lifetime experience.” The Mighty 5 Tour is the first event in a series of special initiatives in honor of, and leading up to, the Utah Symphony’s 75th anniversary celebration in 20152016. “Utah is an amazing place to live and to visit, and Utah Symphony | Utah Opera is able to attract some of the best musicians, artists, and staff because of the variety of outdoor activities possible and great natural beauty of our state,” explained Utah Symphony | Utah Opera President and CEO Melia Tourangeau. Each year, more than 6 million people from all over the world visit Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks to explore the iconic arches and spires of Arches, the mysterious hoodoos of Bryce, the slot canyons of Canyonlands, the high, multi-colored gorges of Capitol Reef, and the mono-
liths of Zion. TICKET INFORMATION Tickets for all performances are free. Advance tickets are available starting May 1, 2014 by booking lodging or recreation packages through select partners. Tickets will be available through select Zions Bank outlets in communities surrounding the parks, and online for visitors who will be camping or who have other lodging plans, starting July 1, 2014. Tickets, if still available, will also be distributed at the gate on the evening of the performance. Visit utahsymphony.org/mighty5 for more information on obtaining tickets for performances. —Utah Symphony
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parks include chamber music performances to be held at visitor centers and outdoor amphitheaters along the tour route. Concerts will be supplemented with opportunities to explore the parks during the day with Utah Symphony musicians. As the state’s largest non-profit performing arts organization, Utah Symphony | Utah Opera’s robust education department will host hands-on musical experiences within each park, an extension of the educational experiences and performances the company presents to some 155,000 students and teachers across Utah each year. Members of the general public will be treated to interactive opportunities to explore sound relationships and instruments, and also hear Utah Symphony chamber ensembles play throughout the day leading up to the evenings’ free concerts. By performing in each location, Utah Symphony | Utah Opera hopes to enhance its role as cultural ambassadors to aid in the increase of tourism and economic development in the state of Utah. The Mighty 5 Tour also simultaneously showcases Utah Symphony leading up to its 75th Anniversary, and promotes Utah’s National Parks during the Centennial celebration of the National Park System, both of which take place in 2016. For long-time supporters of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, The Mighty 5 Tour represents an exciting opportunity to enjoy live orchestral music in the unforgettable landscape of southern Utah. Said Spencer F. Eccles, chairman & CEO of the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, "Our foundation is thrilled to sponsor the Utah Symphony's first-ever concert tour in partnership with Utah's national parks, and to ensure that the performances are offered free to our citizens and
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