Pleasant View December Update

Friday, December 8, 2017 - 11:15am
Dawn Scothern / newsletters

Mayor Toby Mileski wrote a short note to the Pleasant View Citizens, “Hello, I would like to thank everyone who voted in this last election.  I hope you continue to support your elected officials and the City as you have done for me.  I have truly enjoyed my civic service.  There are many projects that need to be completed within the City. Here is a list:

•        Construction of Rulon White Bl.   

•        Construction of the Sports Complex and road/file for an additional grant.     

•        Development of the Commercial Development Area.    

•        Construction of the reservoir for the water connection.    

•        Funding/engineering/construction of Skyline Dr.    

•         Continued maintenance of the roads.     

•         Sewer system repairs.     

•         Central Weber Sewer Improvement District removal of contaminants/cost.   

•          Storm water solution and management.  

•          Water rate study and possible rate increase.     

•        Little Missouri Spring protection zone.    

Thank you again for the opportunity to serve you! Sincerely, Mayor Toby Mileski  tmileski@pleasantviewcity.com

Students of the month are:

Brookell Kimose serves the community at Maria Montessori Academy as a 9th grade Student Council Officer and member of the school's HOPE Squad.

Skyy Spaw is a 9th grade student at Orion Jr. High, and was chosen as student of the month for November. Her personal hobbies include photography, drawing, and painting, playing with her dog, and spending time with her family

Travis Franklin North Ogden Junior High School. Travis is always so friendly to others around him which is a great quality to have.  He is attentive, cooperative, and is responsible for his learning. Anytime I ask him to help he is always so willing to do what he can.

Makai Taggart Weber High School, most students here at Weber read an average of one or two books a quarter, most due to teacher required reading.  This is not the case with Makai.  She is an avid reader.  So far this school year Makai has read 31 books (and this is just what I know from her library checkouts)!  Her library checkout history contains 20 pages of history dating back from 2011.  At 25 books per page, that adds up to a whopping 500 books! 

WINTER FAMILY FUN EVENTS

Nov 18 - Dec 26 Gardner Village Elves Displays & Elf Scavenger Hunt (West Jordan)

Dec 1 - 23 North Pole Express (Heber)

Dec 15-16 Live Nativity (Fountain Green) - 6-8 PM. Free and refreshments served

Dec 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 15 & 16 Burger Stop Hayrides (Layton) from 6-8:30 PM

Dec 7-9 Dickens Christmas Festival (Salt Lake City 10 AM - 9 PM

Dec 9 Hardware Ranch (Hyrum) - Elk Festival - Many fun and free family activities 10 AM - 2 PM Sleigh Rides, Fish printing, Wildlife Christmas Ornament crafting and more

Community Calendar: Schools

Dec 9 Weber - Winterball - 8 PM - 10:30 PM

Dec 12 Weber - Band Holiday Concert with Orion Jr. High - 7 PM - 9 PM Weber - Girls Basketball @ Ridgeline - 7 PM - 9 PM Weber - Boys Basketball @ Jordan - 7 PM - 9 PM

Dec 13 Weber - Wrestling - Syracuse @ Weber - 6 PM - 8 PM

Dec 14 Weber - Swimming - Clearfield/ Northridge @ Weber - 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM Weber - Holiday Orchestra Concert - 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Dec 15 Weber - Wrestling - Jody Warren Duels - 3 PM - 8 PM Weber - Boys Basketball @ Mt. Crest - 7 PM - 9 PM Weber - Girls Basketball @ Box Elder - 7 PM - 9 PM NOJH - Christmas Dance - 6 PM - 8 PM

Dec 18 Weber - Boys Basketball - Mountain View @ Weber - 7 PM - 9 PM

Dec 19 Weber - Girls Basketball - Mt. Crest @ Weber - 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM

December 20 Weber - Wrestling at Northridge @ 6 PM - 8 PM

Weber - Holiday Choir Concert @ 7 PM - 9 PM

Dec 21 NOJH - Early Out 12:15 PM Orion - Early Out 12:15 PM Weber - Early Out @ 1:15 PM Weber - Girls Basketball - Weber @ Davis - 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM

Dec 22 - Jan 2 Weber - No School - Winter Break NOJH - No School - Winter Break Orion Jr. High - No School - Winter Break MMA - No School - Winter Break

SENIOR EVENTS:

 Monday 8:30 Ceramics 10:00 Line Dance 12:30 Pinochle 2:00 Tap Dancing

Tuesday 9:30 Art 10:00 Line Dancing 12:30 Weight Lifting (Strength Exercises) 12:30 Pinochle 12:30 Mah Jong

Wednesday 9:00 Wood Carving 9:00 Bridge 10:00 Line Dancing 12:30 Pinochle

Thursday 1:00 Center Opens 1:00 Tap Dancing 5:00 Dinner 5:30 Entertainment

Friday 8:30 Ceramics 9:00 Bridge 10:00 Yoga (bring own mat) 10:00 Alzheimer’s/group 12:30 Pinochle

Dec 13 Foot Clinic by appt. - 10 AM

Dec 14 Free Legal Advice at 4:00 - Call Zella to sign up 801-782-6211 Entertainment - Gary Toyn - 5:30 PM

Gift Wrapping - 2:30 PM

Dec 16 Gary Romer Christmas Dance & Potluck - 7 PM 

Dec 20 Foot Clinic by appt. - 10 AM

Dec 21 Entertainment - Pam Cannon (Christmas Dinner) - 5:30 PM

Dec 25 Closed

Dec 28 Entertainment - Karen Knoroles - 5:30 PM

Lunch 11:50 AM - Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri.

Dinner 5:00 PM - Thurs. (Opens at 1 PM) Senior over age 60 - $3 Senior under age 60 - $6

Hours   Mon. Tues. Wed. 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Thurs. 1:00 PM - 7:30 PM Fri. 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

 

 

Monday 8:30 Ceramics 10:00 Line Dance 12:30 Pinochle 2:00 Tap Dancing

Tuesday 9:30 Art 10:00 Line Dancing 12:30 Weight Lifting (Strength Exercises) 12:30 Pinochle 12:30 Mah Jong

Wednesday 9:00 Wood Carving 9:00 Bridge 10:00 Line Dancing 12:30 Pinochle

Thursday 1:00 Center Opens 1:00 Tap Dancing 5:00 Dinner 5:30 Entertainment