If you’ve ever been near the area of 9800 South and 3100 East, you certainly could not help but notice the breathtakingly beautiful white chapel rising proudly up above everything else in the area.
The vision of one resident here has turned the hearts of an entire congregation to a small African nation.
Nancy Camacho (with trophy), age 5 has been voted Sandy Club “Member of the Month” for April, 2015.
Sports are truly a universal language: with a wealth of experiences to be enjoyed by all. Whether it’s playing catch in your yard, watching someone achieve their Olympic goal, cheering on your daughter’s high school volleyball team or attending a Real Salt Lake or Jazz game, sports provides the backdrop for memories to be made and characters to be formed.
Peruvian Park Elementary has changed during the 37 years Simonds has taught at the school, and, to celebrate its 50 years, a birthday bash will take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21.
The Council feels strongly that something does need to be done to keep the small dogs safe at play, which may mean providing separated areas for dogs of different sizes.
“This trail will run north and south through the city, and Dimple Dell Park has a trail that runs east and west through the city,” Earl said. “Eventually, we’ll have that go all the way down into the city center, and it’ll connect to South Jordan.”
Bright sunshine and happily chirping birds have probably had you spending a lot more time looking up at the sky these days. But, what if one day you looked up and the entire skyline had completely changed? That’s exactly what a new expansion project has in store for Sandy city.
We’re nearing decision time for an important collaboration on the future of the Wasatch Front and Wasatch Back mountains and canyons.