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.
“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.”
“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.”
Shopping local is a great idea, but unless word of mouth reaches you or you stumble upon a store, you may resort to a national chain. Enter Merco Local.
“It was an exciting game to watch,” Alta coach Janine Petersen said. “Hekking only lost one match this season, but Petersen was playing at her best and handled the No. 1 seed quite well.”
Her award presentation by Canyons School District said Dahl-Houlihan greets each student by name with a radiant smile, encourages parent and community engagement and constantly looks for ways to connect diverse students and their families with opportunities for growth.
As with hundreds of other cities across the United States, Sandy City has found great value in developing sister city relationships, with benefits that can be cultural, economic or humanitarian.
It’s just kind of a skills demonstration for these people; the guys that work the hardest and know how to do it the best,” said Mike Marett, Sandy City’s community forester and a judge at this year’s competition.
The 13-episode-long series focuses on Lucy Angel, a country-crooning trio comprised of daughters Lindsay and Emily, along with their mother Kate Anderton, who are all former Sandy residents.