It’s that time of year again, where we get our children all hopped up on sugar. (Pardon the Easter pun.) The Pleasant View Easter Candy Grab will be held on Saturday, April 11th, at the Pleasant View City Park. This starts PROMPTLY at 10:00 a.m. Don’t be late or you’ll surely miss out on a fun event. If you show up late and miss it, you may possibly scar your child for life. At least, that’s what he or she will tell you for the rest of your life. It is a super fun event for the children as they try to score the most candy, and equally as fun for the parents and grandparents to watch. It does go quickly and is over in a matter of minutes. Please take a short amount of time and come and join us for some fun!
A special thanks to our Recreation Director Allison Christensen for her tireless energy and enthusiasm in setting up these types of events. A big shoutout goes to our Youth City Council, which, by the way, Allison oversees, for their support in helping pull off events such as this. You guys are the best!
Now, here’s somewhat of a disclaimer: I am writing this almost one month before it gets published. That means I have no way of knowing what the future holds. Hopefully, all the fears and problems that the COVID-19 virus has been causing will have subsided by now. The day I am writing this is the day that the LDS Church announced that they will not be allowing attendance at general conference, and the NBA suspended their season. I imagine that a lot of interesting things have probably happened in the world since I wrote this message. If the need still exists, we will evaluate the prudence in cancelling the candy grab and will try to get the message out to everyone. So, if in doubt, please check out our website at pleasantviewcity.com for the latest information concerning this event and other information. I am committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure that Pleasant View remains the best place to not only grow up, but the best place to grow old.