On July 21st the Beehive Drive will be coming to Salina with their exotic cars!
The Beehive Drive is a 100% volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We provide charitable contributions to:
• The Utah Highway Patrol’s Honoring Heroes Foundation
• Local community projects that improve the lives of our citizens
• Utah’s students who wouldn’t otherwise have additional educational opportunities
On the 21st there will be a display of the cars at the North Sevier Community Center from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm. Free lunch will be catered by Moms Cafe & provided for the first 300 visitors at 12:00 noon.
Intermountain Healthcare is another sponsor of the event in Salina and they will have a LifeFlight helicopter on display.
Salina City feels fortunate that the Beehive Drive picked our community as one of three places to visit this summer, and hope that you can take the opportunity to enjoy this rare event.
Salina City is accepting applications for a part time police/court secretary. This job will be up to 30 hours a week and applicants must pass an extensive background check. Applicant must have good knowledge of computers, be customer friendly and work with confidentiality. Resumes and at least three (3) letters of reference are required. Applications can be obtained at the Salina City Office at 90 West Main, by calling 529-7304, or on the web at www.salinacity.org., go to Salina City Forms and click on Salina Employment Applications. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on July 28, 2016. Salina City Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
/s/ Sherri Westbrook, City Recorder
Published in the Salina Sun on July 13 & 27, 2016
Published in the Richfield Reaper on July 13 & 27, 2016
While checking his family into a Salina hotel, Dustin Welch from Nashville Tennessee was told by a friendly desk clerk that their family will want to get up early and experience the Eyes to the Sky Balloon Festival just west of Salina. Dustin shares his experience of what happened to him.
We would like to thank all of the friendly clerks who assist people traveling through Salina. We express gratitude to you for taking a few moments to help people feel like they are visiting a wonderful destination. You are making Salina spectacular.
A few years ago a couple of friends wrote about there favorite holiday in their home town of Salina, Utah. Tweeb Gladwell and Cody Braithwaite wrote about the parade, the rodeo, the games and all of the other things that made Salina’s Fourth of July celebration memorable. Listen to the words of this song and just see if it doesn’t remind you of home. And enjoy a little bit of last year’s parade to get you in the mood for this year’s celebration.
If you enjoy this song, head on over to iTunes or Amazon to purchase.