Longview’s annual Amazing American presentation attracted dozens of families and other students April 16 as they asked fifth-grade students about their choices of amazing Americans they presented on tri-fold boards, through creative representations and reports.
“We purposely try to keep prices low to allow families to participate,” said Mary Ann Kirk, Murray City cultural arts director. Kirk’s history with Arts in the Park goes all the way back to its inaugural season in 1990, and she anticipates another season of strong performances.
Murray residents packed an April 22 open house to find out what might go into the revised General Plan, as well as to provide their input.
“It was a pleasure to have him in the room. It’s one of those things where a kid like that, with that kind of attitude, are few and far between,” Weibel said.
It’s more than a lesson about supply and demand. The sixth-grade Liberty economics fair introduces business principles from advertising to price mixing, and real-life issues from boycotts and strikes to depression and recession.
“I love Murray and the community events that are held, from the children’s series in the park to the 4th of July parade,” said Acadamh Rince owner and instructor Amy Stanfield, who has been teaching Irish dance in Sandy since 2004.
“My business partner and I looked at Brown Floral and quickly decided to step into history and become part of a nearly 100-year-old legacy,” said Drage of the decision to purchase the company. “The business had benefited from the Brown family and two other owners, and we were excited to take the torch and run with it.”
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Being a full-time mom is exhausting. People who’ve never spent 24 hours with small children Have No Idea how listening to the opening notes of “Sesame Street” for the billionth time can make your ear drums bleed.
“Missy has a great reputation around the state for her contributions in raising student and educator achievement in schools where she has worked,” he said. “We look forward to having her become part of our school district.”