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Several Sandy Girl Scouts recently earned the top awards at their level and were honored at the Girl Scouts of Utah awards recognition on Oct. 24, 2015.
A delegation from the Elbland Philharmonie Sachsen, an Orchestra from Riesa, Saxony in Germany, finished up their weeklong visit to Sandy on Oct. 19, as they are one of Sandy City’s two sister cities.
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Several schools gave a salute to veterans and current military servicemen and servicewomen through songs, words and photographs — and a simple word of thanks.
Circle the Wagons was founded by its executive director, Vickie Walker, after she tragically lost her husband and her son was critically injured in the Trolley Square Shooting in 2007.
“In order to qualify for the grant, you need to fill out an application with the demographics of the city. For example, what percent is urban, residential, commercial and how it is protected.
The Sandy Amphitheater, located at 1245 East 9400 South, made plans to expand its number of chairs by trading current lawn seats for new chairs.
In an effort to help families hold on to their precious pets, Subaru, the Humane Society of Utah and AVID Microchip offered free microchipping for one pet per family on Halloween.
The Sandy Museum is housed in a historic building built in 1890 that showcases two floors of historic items unique to Sandy City.
“When neighbors start talking, good things happen,” Amy Bryant, Sandy City Police crime prevention specialist, said.