Salina is nestled into some pretty great mountain scenery and terrain. With such great forestry nearby you can always find some great wildlife. Local wildlife photographer, Kreig Rasmussen, has a knack for locating elk, deer, moose and many other creatures right around the Salina area.
Take a look at this great shot.
This month we are going to feature a few of the great things to do in and around Salina.
We are going to start off with one of the great ATV trail systems in our area. The Gooseberry Trail System is just a short distance from Salina. You can drive your ATV right from Salina or pull it just a few miles up Salina Canyon to unload. Either way, you are in for a great day of ATV riding.
Training will be provided at no cost if you are accepted to the program and commit to shifts on the ambulance in your area.
Part time/on call EMT s are needed in Salina, Monroe, Koosharem and day help is needed in Richfield. Training will begin in January and will be 13 weeks long on Friday nights and Saturdays.
Classes will be held at the Richfield EMS building at 50 Westview Drive.
Come in for an application and help us save some lives!
Sevier County EMS
Salina Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary will be holding their
12th Annual Election Day Dinner on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.
Dinner will be held at the Salina Fire Department (80 North 100 West – Salina)
Traditional Turkey Dinner will be served from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
$7.00 for adults and $6.00 for children
Take outs and deliveries are available for 50 cents a meal
To order, please call Mary Velasquez at 435-979-7359 or 435-529-1201
Please leave a message if no answer.
Day of Event, call Salina Fire House 435-529-3677
All proceeds got to the Fire Departments Annual Sub for Santa Program
We appreciate the support we receive from our Community