North Branch Library (www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/visit for more activities) Feb 13 – Adult Sewing: Felt Phone Cases at 6:30 PM – Register 801-337-2605. Feb 18- Weber County Libraries will be open on Presidents Day Feb 19 – DIY ART: Mandalas at 7 PM call 801-337-2605 Children Programs (look on website for all the available programs) Mondays – Youth Chess Club – ages 4-18. All supplies provided, all … Continue reading Library Activities
Senior Events North View Senior Center 485 E. 2550 N. • North Ogden, Utah 801-782-6211 Volunteers are needed at the senior center. Lunch: 11:50 AM – Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri. Dinner: 5:00 PM – Thurs. (Opens at 1 PM) Seniors over age 60 – $3.00 Seniors under age 60 – $6.00 *Meals include a main dish, fruit, vegetable, and … Continue reading Senior Citizen Events
Feb 6 – Tracy Aviary – Admission $1. The dollar will go toward conservation initiatives. Feb 6 & 16 – Utah Museum of Fine Arts – Free admission Day – Military families get in free any day of the year. Feb 27 – Free Hogle Zoo Day for everyone Feb 4, 11, 18, 25 – Loveland Living Planet Aquarium – $5 off Monday Family Night Continue reading Fun Things to Do
Weber High School Feb 1 – Wrestling 6A Divisional Tournament, Girls Basketball BYE Week, Boys Basketball BYE Week Feb 2 – Wrestling 6A Divisional Tournament Feb 4 – Senior Spirit Week Feb 5 – Girls Basketball Weber @ Syracuse 5:15 PM to 7:15 PM, Boys Basketball Weber @ Syracuse 7 PM to 9 PM Feb 6 – Weber Early out Feb 7 – Swimming 6A … Continue reading School Calendar of Events
WHS Sterling Scholars Thirteen students are selected for their achievement in a specific subject, and will compete for scholarships. Each year at Weber High, a chunk of seniors are selected as Sterling Scholars for exceptional achievement in a specific subject. After compiling a portfolio of their work, the students are interviewed and judged based on proficiency and performance. According to their website, “The Sterling Scholar … Continue reading WHS Sterling Scholars
Students of the Month Shannon Hunstman Weber High Shannon started a group called Faces Not Phones at our school which she asked me to advise. The goal of the group is to get students more involved with personal connections as opposed to being on their phones all the time. As president of the group, Shannon compiled several sanitation and food kits for Syrian refugees who … Continue reading Students of the Month
Kyland Schow Weber High School Every time Kyland Schow sees teachers (even if he has never been in their class) he is so kind and asks how we are doing. He acts like everyone he meets is his best friend, he is kind to everyone he meets. We all just love him, he has made an impact on all of us and we appreciate what … Continue reading Students of the Month
As the New Year approaches a sense of renewal comes with it. New Year’s always feels as if life is just a clean slate that we can start on again. We can continue with how our lives are going, or we can wipe everything clear and do things the way we want. For many of us, the New Year makes us stop for a second … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
Thank you to those who contributed to my Eagle Scout Project. I completed the installation of two benches on the south side of Shady Lane Park where they have been much used and enjoyed in the last year. I recently received my Eagle Scout Award in August of this year. Thank you for your support, it means a lot to me and our community! -Andy Bolingbroke Continue reading THANK YOU
Sheril Thompson who works at Bates Elementary and Marc Naylor owner of Valley Glass had their heart go out to the Taylor family who lost their father last month and wanted to do something for them. Sometimes it is difficult to know what to do. They got together and decided that it would be best to give them a side of beef from Thompson Ranches … Continue reading Doing Community Good
The time to prepare is now… and we can help!Pleasant View City sponsors a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program twice each year to prepare our residents for potential emergencies or disasters that we may encounter in our area. This free course is designed for anyone wanting to gain some basic training, as well as for current CERT team members who wish to refresh … Continue reading Can Your Family Rely on You in a Disaster?
Don’t Be Almost, Decide to Be! I used to have a serious problem with goals. I have always been a bit of a perfectionist and that can be painful when you set goals. Because if you set goals that stretch you, you are bound to fail sometimes, if not often. That does not sit well in the over-particular brain of a perfectionist. I became so … Continue reading Don’t Be Almost, Decide to Be!
I don’t know about your family, but on those cold days, especially if we don’t have snow, we find ourselves spending way too much time in front of electronics. Coming up with ideas to keep the kiddos entertained on those days can be quite challenging. Pinterest has loads of ideas. Crafts, games, sewing projects and baking ideas to choose from and I usually go there … Continue reading Monday Funday: How to Have Fun When it’s Too Cold Outside
Weber High School Dec 1 – Swimming County Meet @ Ogden – 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Dec 5 – Boys Basketball Logan @ Weber – 7 PM to 9 PM Dec 6 – Swimming Weber @ Clearfield – 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Boys Basketball Cyprus @ Weber – 7 PM to 9 PM Dec 8 – ACT … Continue reading School Events!!
Like many of you, the shock of our friend and Mayor Maj. Brent Taylor’s death was followed by much sorrow and a strong desire to do something for his family; anything to help, convey our sympathy, and also our appreciation for the freedoms we enjoy each day. I contemplated on these thoughts through the weekend and into Monday. I knew my friend Kirk Chugg felt … Continue reading Hanging Big Betsy