Last Updated: Jan 27, 2017 09:52AM •
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"If I’d married an unfeeling psychopath that wouldn’t be a problem, but my husband could be the spokesperson for the Hallmark channel."
"We would carefully tear along the dotted lines, so as not to rip them, then stuff each envelope with pink and yellow hearts, that when combined, made a secret message? Then we would run around the neighborhood leaving our creations on the doorsteps of our friends and those we had a childhood crush on."
Many organizations and events around Sandy are in need of volunteers from the community in different areas like conservation, working with children and ensuring safety during emergencies.
SCERA’s Acting Up Youth Theater program brings the story of Aladdin to a whole new generation of children at the Sandy Library.
Dozens of kids are enjoying the new building location for the Sandy Club, A Safe Place for Boys and Girls.
The Salt Lake County Library Services is launching United We Read, a program encouraging everyone in the county to read the same book.
The Sandy Visual Arts Show received 220 submissions this year and gave out prizes ranging from $50 to $700.
The Sandy Auxiliary is using their annual No Shave November fundraiser to help Officer Ryan Metcalf’s family with expenses after the death of his son.
The Sandy Museum celebrated its 29th year with an open house celebration.
Life & Laughter - Now that Facebook has become a year-round newsletter, packed with enough posts to make us feel miserable all year long, can we finally call it quits on those dreadful holiday letters?