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Got Boredom? Here’s 100 + Summer Ideas to Keep It Away!

·         Pick a PARK and have a PICNIC!  Locally or otherwise

·         Visit the fire station in North Ogden and take a tour

·         Go to the North Shore Aquatic Center 245 E. 2550 N. North Ogden

·         Play at the Splash Pad in the Harrisville Park

·         Go for a hike at Jump Off Canyon (along Mountain Road)

·         Takea hike anywhere!  But go with a friend!

·         Go to Willow Park and Zoo at 419 W. 700 S. in Logan

·         Visit Gossner Cheese Factory for yummy ice-cream cones and CHEESE!

Happy Mother’s Day to All

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, one of the 12 apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, said, “To all our mothers everywhere, past, present, or future, I say, ‘thank you.’  Thank you for giving birth, for shaping souls, for forming character, and for demonstrating the pure love of Christ…to all mothers in every circumstance…believe in God and yourself.  You are doing better than you think you are.”

Before You Hit the Trails— 5 tips to Stay Safe and 4 Places to Go!

Spring is one of the greatest times to get outdoors and dust off those hiking shoes! Everything is looking fresh and green, and the air smells clean. Plus, the best part is—there are dozens of easy, moderate, and difficult hiking trails nearby—depending on your skill level and your overall interest.

But first, here are 5 tips for staying safe on the trails:

1.Be Prepared!

US National Weather Service Salt Lake City Utah

Spring runoff will begin in earnest this weekend; no flooding is anticipated, but please use caution near waterways!

An Interfaith Event for a National Day of Prayer

Please come share in the beautiful interfaith Event celebrating National Day of Prayer. For the third, consecutive year a group of local, diverse people compromised of the Religious Liberty Council will come together for a multi-faith service at the Ogden LDS Tabernacle.

Those included on the Religious Liberty Council are as follows: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Stake President Paul Mackley, Pastor Dave Duncan, Dorothy Sjoblom, Stacey Giatras, Chris Battrick and John Reynolds.

APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

Renovation of North Branch Library set to Begin

During the summer months I used to take my kids to the surrounding libraries in Weber County for “field trips.” It was so fun! We would explore the different branches from North Ogden to Huntsville and in between.  Each library had its own personality and feel to it.  Each was a new experience to visit! 

Scrolling through the thousands of books, going to “story time,” playing in the kid’s area and being a part of the Summer reading programs have all been such a highlight for me and my kids. 

Is Willard About to Become the Pits??

Just heard from the county that Blue Ox has withdrawn their application for the zoning amendment to MG-EX. So at this point any new application for a zoning change would need to start at square one.

Willard, UT- One of the best parts of Willard is the beautiful scenic mountains. However, many citizens are concerned that Willard’s beauty will soon be a thing of the past and they will be living in the pits. The gravel pits to be exact.

Weber United Community Night: Suicide Prevention

Weber High School hosted a family event in March to look for ways to help prevent suicide in our community. Representatives from various community providers were present to give valuable resources. 

First off, Ammon Fawson, from Endeavor Clinic, spoke with students and families in the auditorium regarding loss and grief from suicide. He said, “There is a lot of anger that these losses are still happening. There are feelings of fear and hopelessness, doubt, and worry.” 

Kindy 500: A Kindergarten Program as Unique as the Kids!

Start your engines! Rev those motors!  Get your license ready! But watch out for the other cars and no crashing! The “Kindy 500” is about to start!

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