With the holiday season fast approaching, Sandy City employees are getting ready to decorate City Hall, which includes dusting off and setting up an elaborate, miniature train and village display.
“Our front door is from the 1970s, but we are not! We are a young, energetic family and would love a front door to match who we are - more welcoming and light.”
“We do it because we serve threefold: we give dancers an opportunity to perform; we give the community affordable ballet that they can go see; and then we give opportunities for choreographers.”
There’s lots of great family fun planned in Sandy. The Sandy Journal has tried to round up information on as many events as we can below.
“Stories change people’s lives, and they are meant to be shared,” said Jones, who teaches junior high and high school, but fell into storytelling after taking some of his own eight kids to a storytelling workshop.
It’s not uncommon for high school athletes to compete in more than one sport throughout the year. But what sets Jordan’s Hannah Dutson apart from others is that she competed in two sports during the same season, and excelled in both.
“The band definitely exceeded my expectations,” said first-year marching band director Caleb Shabestari. “They worked so amazingly hard, rehearsing more than 300 hours this fall, and that doesn’t count their individual, section and group practices.”
Eastmont Middle School students welcomed about 50 veterans in the community at its first Veterans Day breakfast.
“It was an amazing place to race,” George said. “To see all the people running the race and all the fans who came out to cheer made it a very special day.”