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About 12 years ago, Shelby Ansted put on a bike helmet before heading out with her Liberty sixth-grade class to bike to Riverview Park.
Any good hiker planning a backpacking trip will tell you: if you take care of the ounces, the pounds will take care of themselves. The same could be said for Utah’s water supply.
In an unassuming home off Winchester Street in Murray lives a spunky young woman in a 97-year-old body.
Murray Public Services officials don’t want to be the bottleneck as Murray grows.
Among the visitors was Allison Cheshire Day. Day grew up the youngest of nine and attended Hillcrest from 1990-1993.
It’s an election year for the Murray City Council, and five Murray residents have declared their candidacy for three available spots.
“This is a tradition that students come back to say it’s one of their favorite things they did and loved,” Wayman said. “It has been so fun even though it is so much work. Next year, I’ll be working part-time in the high school, so this was a great year for the last one. I have a lot of great memories from the Dutch oven cook-offs.”
Like the varying patterns of snowflakes that make one beautiful storm, or the billions of stars in our galaxy, there are many separate worlds of community life found knit together inside a night at Murray City Park.
“The great benefit about NeighborWorks is that they match us dollar for dollar so that funding we put in through the city or redevelopment agency, they match those dollars by raising private and federal grant [funding],” said Tingey.