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April 16 - April 18


-TONITE(Wed) – the Logan-area Car Cruise Night will be held at Rumbi Island Grill.  Bring out your classic car, hot rod, specialty vehicle, etc and join the fun!  The time will be from 630p.m. until dark (or whenever the last car leaves).  Everyone is welcome to attend.  If you don’t have a vehicle you are welcome to come and take a look.

 

-think ability not disability.  A Wheelchair Basketball Game featuring the “Wheeling Wildcats” a professional wheelchair basketball team playing heroes from the community and special guests – TONITE(Wed) at 630p.m. at Mount Logan Middle School. Admission is one can of food for the food bank.

 

-in order to keep the Utah State University Dance Company viable the troupe’s 18 student members conduct fundraisers during the school year and the largest one is TONITE (Wednesday).   It’s the group’s year-end concert “For the Love of Dance”, reflecting the team’s passion for the art form.  It begins at 7p.m. in the Kent Concert Hall (Chase Fine Arts Center).  Tickets, purchased in advance are $10 for adults and $5 for USU students and children.  They are available at the Chase Fine Arts Center box office or online at arts.usu.edu  Cost is slightly higher if purchased at the door.
-it’s National Healthcare Decision Day – TODAY(Wed) from 1p.m. to 3p.m. at the Cache Valley Adult Day Care Center (1488 N 200 West) in Logan.  Sponsored by Cache Valley Senior Consulting.

 

-the Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information organization at USU  is holding the 10th annual “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” TODAY (Wed) at 1130a.m. and 1230p.m. starting in the hallway in front of the TSC Bookstore. Male participants will walk one-mile in high heels to show they are doing their part to end rape and sexual abuse is unacceptable.  Participants ask friends and family to sponsor their walk and collect donations before the event.  Prizes will be given out to particpants.  Walk-a-mile raises money for the USU SAAVI office to support their violence prevention and education efforts on campus.  Women are invited to walk alongside male participants to show support.  For more information: USU Student health Services (435-797-1510).

 

-Logan Library presents, Learning @the Library; classes showing how to get the most from your e-reader device, computer or tablet, using the free resources available at the library. Class Schedule for April 13-19th.   Tablets & the Library will be offered Thursday  at 10:30 am.eAudiobooks & the Library will be taught Saturday at 10:30 am. All classes are held at the Logan Library.You can use the library’s devices or bring your own. Sign up in person at the Information desk at the Logan Library or call 716-9120.

 

-LADIES!  Are you looking for a fun, competitive sport to keep you in shape while creating camaraderie?   “Logan Derby Damez” is looking for committed skaters to join their roller derby league.  Practice is Thursdays and Tuesdays at 615p.m. at the Cache Valley Fun Park (255 E 1770 N)in North Logan.  Must be 18 years or older.  To learn more visit www.facebook.com/logancityladies.
More street sheet (April 16 – 17)

 

-the Fashion class at Bridgerland Applied Technology Center is putting on their annual Spring Fashion show, "What's New", featuring all the hot trends for the spring season.  The show will be held on Thurs and Friday at 730p.m. at the BATC (1301 N 600 West)in Logan.  Tickets are available for $5/person at the BATC bookstore or at the door.  The Fashion Merchandising students select and coordinate clothing from local retailers.  They will also be constructing one of the sets that will appear in the show.  Come and enjoy refreshments and the hot spring fashions.  For more info: Colette Pulsipher (435-750-3236).

 

-Cache County Emergency Management Encourages Residents to Participate in the Great Utah Shake-Out! scheduled for Thursday- at 10:15 am  Drop! Cover! Hold On! Those are the instructions that federal, state, and local emergency management experts all agree are the appropriate actions to take in order to reduce injury and death during an earthquake. DROP to the ground, Take COVER by getting under a sturdy desk or table, and HOLD ON to your shelter and be prepared to move with it until the shaking stops. For more information:  www.dropcoverholdon.org.  The last major earthquake to hit Cache County happened in 1962. The epicenter was near Richmond, Utah, and measured 5.7 on the Richter scale. In the last two years, there have been two other earthquakes in Cache County; one in Trenton in 2012 measuring a magnitude of 3.5 and one in Hyrum in October 2013 measuring 3.6. Although these were minor earthquakes, their tremors were felt throughout the valley. Are you prepared for the next earthquake?   Businesses and individuals are encouraged to participate. Drills are a great way to assess your level of preparation in the face of a natural disaster. The Cache County Office of Emergency Management has registered the county to participate in the ShakeOut, and encourages Cache County residents and businesses to take part in this exercise. For more information on the Great Utah ShakeOut, visit www.beready.utah.gov.

 

-After School Activity at the Logan Library: it’s National Library week (the week of April 14th) with the theme, “Lives Change at your Library”. Along this theme Logan Library will be hosting two special after-school story times featuring people who change others lives.  On Friday - Sergeant Louise Speth, with the Logan Police Department will share experiences and stories about being a law enforcement officer. Her presentation will be in the Jim Bridger Room  at 3:30 p.m.  For more info:  Becky Smith at (435-716-9135).    

 

-Bear River High School's "Dancing With The Bear River Stars" is coming up on Friday at the Bear River High School Gym in Tremonton.  Students will compete to raise funds for the BRHS Student Council.  There will be a "Meet and Greet" at 6p.m. followed by the competition at 7p.m.  Celebrity judges include: From Season 10 of the TV show "So You Think You Can Dance", Malece Miller....Q92.9 Radio personality, David Fannin and Miss Bear River Valley 2013, Kassidy Williams.  Tickets available at the door, or online at ShowTix4u.com
 

-Downtown Logan wishes your family a wonderful Easter Season and invites you to participate in their downtown Easter Celebration!  They are sponsoring an Easter Walk.
Not all excited about the chaos of the traditional madhouse Easter Egg Hunt?  Then make plans to bring your children downtown on Friday and enjoy a wonderful time as downtown businesses open their doors and welcome you with Easter candy for children…and moms and dads!  If you are a fan of the downtown Halloween Walk, then this is an event for you!  Many establishments will open their doors and welcome families downtown between 10am and 4pm.  Enjoy a fun and relaxing outing with the family in downtown Logan!  Just look for the Easter Walk poster (above) in participating doors and windows.  Plenty of FREE parking.  Businesses participating are between 500 North and 300 South, and along Center Street, 100 North, 400 North, between 100 West and 100 East.

 

-the Sky High Players will be presenting their annual Spring plays, which will be a series of five different dinner theatre murder-mysteries.  Each murder mystery will be  presented at 7p.m. each night in the Little Theatre at Sky View High School.  Each production, with dinner, costs $17 (if purchased online) and $25 at the door.  The schedule is  That’s the Way the Fortune Cookie Crumbles (set in the American Embassy in China during WWII)this Friday and Saturday…..on Monday & Tuesday nights the production is Showdown at Gambler’s Gulch (for Wild West enthusiasts). Tickets can be purchased at www.skyviewtix.org

 

-Bridger Folk Music Society Exhibit:  35 Years of Live Music and Dance in Cache Valley – Friday night from 530p.m. to 7p.m. at Merrill-Cazier Library on the USU campus with live music by New Folk Revival.  Twelve original posters by award-winning graphic artist Bob Bissland are the core of the exhibit among other pieces. (It will be displayed during regular library hours thru June 6th).

 

-come put your survival skills to the test through this overnight expedition on Friday and Saturday evenings from 530p.m. to 830a.m.   No survival experience?  No Problem!  Join USU students to learn basic techniques from a survival specialist.  Gain skills in fire building, hunting/gathering, shelter building and more.  Get ready for a challenge and a fun night! Must be 18+ to register.  Dinner and breakfast provided.  For more info and registration visit:  www.stokessurvivalnight.eventbrite.com  or call (435-755-3239)

 

-the Heritage Theatre in Perry presents the hilarious farce “One For the Pot” beginning Friday and continuing Saturdays and Mondays (thru May 10th) at 730p.m.  The theatre is at 2505 S. Hwy 89.  For reservations: (435-723-8392) or www.heritagetheatreutah.com

 

-the Bridgerland High School Rodeo Club would like to announce their High School Rodeo happening Saturday starting at 12 noon at the Cache County Fairgrounds.  They would like to invite everybody to come watch and support the local high school rodeo students. Tickets available at the gate.
More street sheet/ page 4 (April 16 – 17)

 

-If you ever wanted to earn your amateur radio license but never had the time, now is your opportunity!  The Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club is hosting a one day licensing class, Saturday from 8 to 5.  The class will cover all the material you need to know to take your multiple-choice license exam.  The class will be held at the USU Engineering Building, room 302.  Visit the website barconline.org for more information. 

 

-a Free pre-schooler Easter egg hunt will be held Saturday (for ages 1 – 4) from 530p.m. to 6p.m. at Altius Gymnastics Academy (917 W 600 N, Suite 113, Logan).  For more information: (435-754-7289).

 

-New Life Fellowship (2045 N 800 East)in North Logan, will be sponsoring a community Easter Egg Hunt and Fun activity day on Saturday from 1030a.m. to 12 noon.  They will have Easter egg hunts for ages 3 – 5, 6-8 and 9 to 12.  In addition they will have a program with singing and puppets, face painting, balloons and inflatables.  It’s fun and free!  So bring the kids for a great time.  For more information: (435-753-5312).

 

-fight for the Child & Family Support Center at the Cache Valley Martial Arts Tournament – Saturday at the Riverwoods Conference Center (615 Riverwoods Parkway) in Logan(Springhill Suites Marriot – in the ballrooms). Registration is at 9a.m. the Event begins at 10a.m.  All schools invited.  Participation fee $30 first event/ Spectator fee: $2 per person ($5 family). For more info: Vanessa (435-764-3128)

 

-Cache Valley Assisted (233 N Main St, Providence) is sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday at 130p.m.  There will be 3 hunts for children ages 0 – 12.

 

-the Bear River Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be holding their April meeting this Saturday morning at 1030a.m. at the Logan Library.  This meeting has geneologists on hand to explain new features of Family Search and Family Tree programs and answer any questions.  Refreshments will be served.  Anyone may attend.  Come and learn more about genealogy and the DAR.

 

-almost every year, since 2000, the Cache Valley Easter Cantata Choir and Orchestra (all volunteer, non auditioned) have presented "Love's Greatest Gift-A Cantata Celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ" in the Logan Tabernacle on Easter Weekend.
This year, we will again be presenting this Easter Cantata in the Logan Tabernacle on Saturday  and Easter Sunday  at 7pm.  The performance is free an open to all.

 

-‘Take a Breath Give a Breath’ is a Family Night and Fun Run to be held Monday evening at 5p.m. until the party’s over at Ryan’s Place Park in River Heights.  Proceeds go toward Jerusa Daines’ lung transplant, after-care and related medical expenses.  Register at Runners North in Providence Thursday, Friday and Saturday or at Ryan’s Place Park the day of the event:  430 – 545p.m.  Race begins at 6p.m.

 

-the Old Barn Community Theatre announces auditions for its summer show “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”.  Auditions will be held Tuesday and April 25th from 630p.m. to 9p.m. at the theater.  Please prepare 16 measures of a Broadway-style song and come ready to learn a short dance routine.  For more info: www.oldbarn.org

 

-Celebrate Earth Day with the Girl Scouts in Cache Valley!   You are invited to an Open House on Tuesday from 4p.m. to 7p.m. to learn more about volunteering and joining Girl Scouts.  Location is Merlin Olsen South Pavillion (300 E Center, Logan).  every girl must be accompanied by an adult.  Girls will discover the fun through activities, songs, stories and crafts.  Parents will earn more about Girl Scout programs and volunteer opportunities.

 

-the Towne Singers, Logan’s longest-running mixed-voice choir, will present its spring concert on Wed,April 23rd in the Logan Tabernacle at 7p.m.  Directed by Gary Poore and accompanied by Teri Duncombe on the piano and Brandon Clayton on the organ, the choir will sing its traditionally wide variety of choral numbers, from religious, to patriotic, to popular ballads.  Dallas Heaton will also present several numbers on the accordion.  Everyone is invited to this FREE concert.

 

-Mountain Crest High School Drama Department presents “You're a Good Man Charlie Brown!”. Based on the Comic Strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz/Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner  April 25 & 26, 2014 @7 pm in the Auditorium.  Tickets: $7 Adults/$5 Students & Seniors.  Limited Seating available.

 

-the Preston Community Center presents comedian Todd Johnson on April 25th and 26th at 7p.m. at the community center (64 W 1st South, Preston).  Tickets: $10 in advance/ $15 at the door.  Doors open and food can be purchased starting at 5p.m….(for 18 & older).  For tickets: Jackie (208-339-6693) or purchase at the Community Center.

 

-Golden West Winds will be performing on Friday, April 25, 2014, 7:00pm in the
Logan Tabernacle.  The Golden West Winds is a woodwind quintet of the United States Air Force Band of the Golden West from Travis Air Force Base, California. This ensemble of flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, and bass clarinet supports a wide variety of musical events ranging from military ceremonies and patriotic shows to educational programs and recitals of original works for woodwind quintet. The Golden West Winds plays music of all styles including marches, jazz and classical music.  Their “Americana” show is suitable for any audience while the educational show is specialized young students.  The members of the Golden West Winds are all professional Air Force musicians working in support of Air Force and Air Mobility Command official military recruiting and community relations objectives.  FREE for all ages

 

-Take Back the Night, the 6th annual CAPSA 5k & 1 mile Family Walk will be held Friday, April 25th at 630p.m. at the Logan Aquatic Center Parking Lot (400 S 500 W) in Logan.  For more information: www.capsa.org or https://www.facebook.com/CAPSAservices

 

-mark your calendars for Saturday, April 26th for a “Meet and Greet Princess Party” Fundraiser for Miss Cache Valley Karlie Major.  She is preparing to compete in the Miss Utah Pageant in June, and is working to raise the required fees and donation for the Children’s Miracle Network.  The party will be held a Dance Illusion, 36 S Main in Logan from 1p.m. to 4p.m.  Come dressed in princess attire for pictures, cupcakes, activities and meet the Miss Cache Valley Royalty.  The minimum donation is $10 a participant and $5 for each additional family member with no charge for adults.

 

-Common Ground Outdoor Adventures is launching a new innovative program for youth with disabilities.  The Youth Adventure Leadership Program (YALP) is a program designed to introduce  the educational and vocational opportunities of the outdoors to young adults with disabilities by combining the fun of outdoor adventure and nature-based learning.  Learn more at an upcoming ‘Base Camp’ - April 26th at 10a.m. at the City of Logan’s First Dam park.  Youth with disabilities between the ages of 17 – 24 are encouraged to attend.  Visit www.cgadventures.org  or call (435-713-0288) for more information and to register.

 

-the Utah Safety Council is offering another four-hour defensive driving course for individuals in the Logan area. The next April course will take place on Saturday, April 26th at the Utah State University Education  Building, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Featuring classroom instruction and focuses on collision prevention, driving confidence, awareness of hazards and improving driving skills.  Drivers may complete the course for a 50-point reduction from their Utah driving record, once every three years. Individuals 55 years of age and older, may qualify for insurance discounts after completing the course. This course also satisfies requirements for emergency vehicle violations, also known as the Slow Down, Move Over law. Registration is $40 per person, or $10 for those  age 55 and over that are only seeking a reduction in their insurance rate. For more info or to register, call (800-933-5943) or visit www.utahsafetycouncil.org.

 

-the 3rd annual Christian Prayer breakfast commemorating America’s 63rd National Day of Prayer will be held Thursday, May 1st from 7a.m. to 9a.m. at the Coppermill Restaurant in downtown Logan.  Tickets must be purchased in advance and are $12 each.  This event is open to anyone wanting to join them in praying for our nation and community.  For more info: (Bill and Joan Miller 435-787-1245).

 

-a road closure is currently in place on Canyon Road from the USU Water Lab parking lot to the parking lot at First Dam/Canyon Entrance Park which is at U.S. 89 and Canyon Road. The closure is to facilitate trail construction work occurring in this area of Canyon Road. Traffic intending to access Logan Canyon from Canyon Road must detour at 200 East or 600 East and use 400 North(U.S. 89) to access Logan Canyon. Local and business traffic traveling east and west bound on Canyon Road will have access up to the USU Water Lab parking lot. Construction and road closure signs are posted for traffic safety and the safety of construction crews working in the area. The road closure will be in effect until May 5. For information about the trail project, please contact Danny Macfarlane at Civil Solutions Group at danny@civilsolutionsgroup.com or 435-213-3762 extension 1. For more information concerning this or other Logan Parks and Recreation Department programs.                     

 

-Aggies Sending Smiles is a humanitarian group aiding children of Guatemala with quality dental care by helping to provide a fully-equipped dental station at an orphanage in that country.  They are gathering equipment, supplies and shipping cost coverage to help create a permanent clinic.  They are looking for all dental supplies as well as lighting, compressors, vacuum pumps, delivery systems with hoses, high and low speed hand systems and any small disposable items.  For more information: Alex Daines @ alexpdaines@gmail.com, Erica Nelson at Erica.m.nelson@aggiemail.usu.edu or call Jennifer Maughan @ (435-770-4721) or Doug Maughan at www.ldsworldtravel.com

 

-the Cache Humane Society is seeking volunteer foster parents to help care for the influx of kittens the shelter sees each spring.   (Kittens younger than 4 weeks old need around-the-clock bottle feeding) The only way to save these young kittens is to get them into foster care as soon as they arrive.  When the kittens reach 8-weeks old, the volunteer foster parents return them to the shelter for adoption.  Shelter staff also remind  Cache Valley residents to be careful when gathering up a litter of kittens that  appears to have been abandoned by the mother.  Often, the mother is simply out feeding herself or taking a break.  Watch the kittens for an extended period for signs the mother is still caring for them before attempting to save them.  For more information on volunteering at CHS call (435-792-3920) or stop in at 2370 W 200 North in Logan or visit www.cachehumane.org

 

-the Logan City Environmental Department is pleased to announce the beginning of the 2014 green waste drop site and curbside green waste collection season. Community green waste drop site containers have been delivered.  Curbside green waste collection (green can) has started.  To sign-up to have a green can at your home for an extra $4 a month, please call (435-716-9755).  They would like to remind residents that green waste cans and bins are designed for green waste materials only, including:  grass, leaves, small branches and general yard waste less than 4-feet in length.  No garbage, rocks, dirt or pet waste is allowed.  Also, green waste can be taken to the Logan City Green Waste Facility (1450 N 1000 W) year round for no charge.  For more information: www.loganutah.org or call (435-716-9755).

 

-Edith Bowen Laboratory School located on the USU campus, is holding open enrollment and accepting applications for  grades first through fifth, applications will be accepted through April 30th. A lottery will  then be conducted to fill openings for the upcoming year.  Applications for the 2014-15 year are available online at www.edithbowen.usu.edu or by calling (435-797-3085).

 

-Nicole’s Color Me Orange Fun Run – a charity 5K/10K Walk or Run will be held May 3rd from 10a.m. to 2p.m. in Hyrum.  Little Nicole was born July 18, 2011 and was later diagnosed with AML and ALL Leukemia.  Proceeds will be used to help with the cost of her treatments. Online registration is ongoing until April 14th(Late registration forms may be submitted by mail or turned in the day of the event).  Email Becky Merrill @ colormeorangerun@gmail.com.  For more information : www.colormeorangefunrun.blogspot.com or call Cynthia Wright(435-232-3690)

 

-the Utah Dept of Public Safety and the Utah Dept of Transportation (UDOT) present the Cache Valley Law Enforcement Safety forum – Thursday, May 15th from 12 noon to 2p.m. at 290 N 100 West in Logan.  Law Enforcement Officers and the general public are invited to this forum to learn and discuss the most current codes and laws regarding drivers and cyclists.  They will be providing a light lunch.  Please RSVP (on or before April 30th) to logandowntown@gmail.com or call Gary Saxton (435-374-8076).

-the Logan City Environmental Department is pleased to announce the beginning of the 2014 green waste drop site and curbside green waste collection season. Community green waste drop site containers have been delivered.  Curbside green waste collection (green can) has started.  To sign-up to have a green can at your home for an extra $4 a month, please call (435-716-9755).  They would like to remind residents that green waste cans and bins are designed for green waste materials only, including:  grass, leaves, small branches and general yard waste less than 4-feet in length.  No garbage, rocks, dirt or pet waste is allowed.  Also, green waste can be taken to the Logan City Green Waste Facility (1450 N 1000 W) year round for no charge.  For more information: www.loganutah.org or call (435-716-9755).


-the Cache Humane Society has announced that it will expand its Pet Food Pantry in order to serve more families in need.  The goal of the Pet Food Pantry program is to keep as many companion animals with their families in spite of economic hardship.  Applications and information can be found on the Humane Society web page: www.cachehumane.org, picked up at the Humane Society (2370 W 200 North, Logan) or the Cache Food Pantry.  For more information: Roland Bringhurst (435-792-3920).

 

-the Logan School District can now help you get your GED for only $20.  They have licensed teachers who will ensure your success.  They are also now registering for Adult Education Classes  that will allow you to receive your high school diploma.  They can accommodate your schedule and provide the credits necessary to graduate.   Contact Tanya today at (435-750-8050) or visit South Campus at 325 W 400 South in Logan.

 

-the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge is being built in Salt Lake City(the first lodge west of the Mississippi River).  The Hope Lodge is a warm and supportive place where cancer patients and their caregivers can stay together – at no cost- while undergoing cancer treatments far away from home.  Cache Valley For Hope Cancer Foundation would like to raise $50-thousand dollars to dedicate one of the 41 rooms in the lodge to “Cache Valley”  A room that families from Cache Valley can stay in and be reminded of the generosity of the donors.  The room will be decorated with furnishings that will remind them of their home in Cache Valley.  The foundation is seeking your commitment to the project and to the room.  Please let them know if you or your business would like to be involved and how much you can donate to this project online at www.cachevalleyforhope.org   Your name will be on a recognition plaque in the room and they will keep a journal of those who stayed there and they’ll try to keep you updated on the impact on their lives.  For more info:   Roger Welsh (435-755-3003).

 

-the Logan City Environmental Department reminds the public of their  recycling reminder program.  If you frequently forget which week to set out your recycling, this program is for you.  Simply fill out a little bit of information on the www.loganutah.org website and you will be signed up to receive an email and/or text reminder of your recycling week.   For more information: (435-716-9755).

 

-the H.E.A.T. (Home Energy Assistance Target) program has funds available through April 30th.  those who have not already applied for HEAT funds this program year are welcome to apply.  This program year started on Nov 1, 2013 and goes through April 30, 2014 or until federal funds are exhausted.  HEAT benefits are a one-time payment and will not cover your entire winter heating costs.  The amt paid is based on type of fuel used, household size, family income and your energy burden.  To schedule an appointment call the HEAT office at the Bear River Association of Governments located at 170 N Main in Logan (call 435-713-1444).  If you are elderly or disabled and unable to come into our office we have someone who can come to your home.  If you live in Box elder County please call (435-723-1116).  In Rich County call 1-877-772-7242 and ask
for Laura or Jodi.

 

- Logan City Environmental Department would like to remind Cache County residents that, as part of their waste  reduction program, they operate a Landfill Mall at the Logan Landfill (1400 W 200 N)in Logan during regular landfill hours of 8a.m to 530p.m.  Reusable items in good condition, including lumber and other building supplies, are sold at low costs.  This operates with the Reuse Shed which offers free paint, cleaning products, and other items to individuals 18 years and older.  For more info(716-9755)

 

-Bridgerland Literacy has extended their hours at their location at BATC(1301 N 600 West, room 610).  They are now open Monday to Thursday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. and Friday from 8a.m. to 12 noon. For over 25 years, Bridgerland Literacy has been improving the reading, writing and communication skills of individuals in Cache Valley by offering them free literacy classes and tutoring.  Classes provide students with the knowledge and confidence they need to gain better employment, further their education, obtain a drivers’ license, participate in community events, and read with their families. Their phone number is (435-750-3262) or www.bridgerlandliteracy.org

 

-Logan City Environmental Department would like to remind residents that the following items should NOT be placed in your blue recycling can or dumpster:   Glass, Plastic Bags, Garbage, Food Waste, Pizza Boxes, Clothing or Syringes/Needles.  Contamination creates hazardous working conditions for the individuals who sort your recycling, complicates the recycling process, and can ruin some recyclable items.    For more info( 435-716-9755) or check www.loganutah.org 

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