Congratulations to Riverton Senior Center, Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services and Riverton City for providing a place where any adult over 60 years of age can be supported,
You would be hard pressed to find anyone who knows more about how the city of Bluffdale functions than City Recorder Teddie Bell. Bell was the first employee hired after Bluffdale City offices moved into their old building on Redwood Road in 1990.
“This event is something that the Lions Club does for the community, so there’s no charge for it. We buy all the eggs and candy for it . . . We invite anyone who wants to come to come out,” Bluffdale Lions Club member Dean Compher said.
It’s an unusual sight: a structure with a dome atop rising out of the currently-under-reconstruction Riverton Park with the words ‘The Old Dome Meeting House’ emblazoned across its front. And it has many Riverton residents and motorists who drive by wondering just what it is and what it’s for.
Sixteen years, 13,000 kids, 241 graduations, and he’s still smiling. That’s DARE Officer Jeff West.
The inaugural boys and girls basketball season for Providence Hall High School has not been without its bumps and bruises. But the girls and boys coaches both believe the program is beginning to be established and headed in the right direction.
“I am optimistic for our team. We have some wrestlers that have done very well,” head coach Russ Crump said.
Sometimes we believe that our voice doesn’t matter in politics; that our elected officials are somehow beyond our reach. This is especially true for high school students who lack connections and the money to attend expensive big-ticket fundraising events.
“Every year, it just gets a little bit bigger. Every year, we set a new participation record. Last year we had just over 800 runners, and this year we’re hoping to beat that."
Thanks to the kindness of two Herriman High clubs, patients recuperating from surgery or illness at Riverton’s Rocky Mountain Care will now have music to help them heal.