Did you see the rainbow is Salina yesterday? Salina is the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow.
On Tuesday November 25th, 2014 Mayor Deaton along with the North Sevier High School Cheerleaders welcomed Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores into Salina, Utah. Love’s presented a donation check to the NSHS Cheer Team. The Cheerleaders thanked Love’s with a special cheer. (see short video clip in this post) A special thanks to Tanya Harward for the great photos and video clip.
In the spring the Salina Lions Club started a new project of providing food for those in need. We contacted the Senior Citizens group and churches. They provided us with a number and we handed out 17 baskets. We just completed our fall food basket project, November 24, and delivered 28 baskets. We hope to continue this project with more baskets each time. We do this project twice a year.
Earlier this fall we handed out 96 student dictionaries to third grade students at the Salina Elementary School.
We participated in the Peace Poster contest again this year with the North Sevier Middle School. We awarded three winners with cash awards of $ 75.00 for 1st place, $ 50.00 for 2nd place and $ 25.00 for 3rd place.
The big project the Club has spearheaded is the Salina Veterans Memorial Park. This has been a three year project. We just had the dedication of the Memorial on Saturday, November 15.
In January we are scheduled to hand out copies of the Constitution to the 8th grade students at the North Sevier Middle School.
Salina is featured on a blog about great things to do in our area. There is also a $500 adventure giveaway featuring 14 other blogs. For the full article go to this link: Utah Valley Moms
Thank you Utah Valley Moms for featuring our great little city!