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THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 2 Volume II, Issue XIX October 1, 2000 The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Staff: Shanna Francis Tel: 745-2688 Fax: 745-0062 Cell: 941-1957 E-Mail: email@example.com Jeannie Wendell Tel: 745-2879 Fax: 745-2879 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Barbie Sunderland Opinions expressed by advertisers, columnists or letters to the editor are not necessarily the opinions of the owners and staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS. Guidelines for Letters to the Editor Letters should be 300 words or less. Letters must be signed and the address of the writer submitted. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS reserves the right to edit or decline printing of any submissions. Announcements Sought As a community service, The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS will print local birth, wedding, obituary, anniversary and missionary farewell and homecoming Eagle Scout announcements free of charge. We invite residents to send their announcements to: The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS PO BOX 130 EDEN UT 84310 If you would like your submitted items returned, please send a stamped, selfaddressed envelope. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS, while respecting all property received, will take no responsibility for lost or misplaced items. Please remember to keep a copy for yourself. Invitation for Articles The staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS welcomes the submission of articles by our readership. We invite you to submit local historical accounts or biographies, articles pertaining to contemporary issues, and/or other material that may be of interest to our readers. We also invite you to submit to the paper, or notify the staff of local events. Awards that have been earned by the reader, family members, neighbors or friends are also sought. While the staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS invites the submittal of information and articles, we reserve the right to select which material will be considered for publication. All material, to be considered, must be submitted with the full name, address and telephone nember of the person submitting the material. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS’ liability on account of errors in, or omissions of,advertising shall in no event exceed the amount of charges for the advertising omitted or the space occupied by the error. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS does not endorse, promote or encourage the purchase or sale of any product or service advertised in this newspaper. Letters to the Editor Is it Mischief or Vandalism? Sometime on Friday night, September 1, our property in Nordic Valley was toilet papered along with several other not so mischievous acts. I was away from home at the time and was spared the mess. I am grateful to my friend Terry, and two neighborhood boys for cleaning up. Terry said that no expense was spared on the quantity and quality of products used to do this job. The little darlings used shaving creme, toothpaste and deodorant to write on the door, wall, windows and sidewalk. They also egged the walkway and scattered several other products around the yard. Needless to say, these products are extremely difficult to cleanup, and they stain—especially eggs. I am still trying to remove stains and graffiti. An act such as this is more than mischief. It is vandalism. The girls who did this know who they are. It does not pay to brag. Would you like it if your property had been defaced and you had to clean it? It might be appropriate for the sheriff to come to Snowcrest and give a little lecture on the difference between mischief and vandalism. Of course most parents teach their children that it is not acceptable to participate in such activities, but a little reminder does no harm. Beverly Villata Eden, Utah Ve Vant Eyore Blood! Sixth grade students at Valley Elementary School are once again sponsoring the annual blood drive— originally the Katie Spainhower Blood Drive. Blood donations make it possible for any child in Ogden Valley to receive free blood donations should the need occur. Save your blood for a fun night where sixth grade witches and vampires entertain you with poems, magic tricks, and jokes while you save a precious life through your donation. Enjoy a blood and guts treat! Ogden Regional Mobile Unit will be at the school. Blood type finger testing will also be available. Where? Valley Elementary media center. When? Monday, October 30 from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Who? Any eligible donor. Must weigh at least 110 pounds; be at least 17 years old—minors must have parental permission; 18 or older, it must have been six weeks since your last donation. Information on other health factors is available from a sixth grader at Valley. Remember, one pint of blood is 3,500 calories. Donate a pound by giving a pint on October 30! Thank you for your unselfish help! The deadline for material for the Oct. 15th issue is Oct. 4th, 2000. Valley Chordettes Announce Date of Community Christmas Concert The Valley Chordettes are pleased to announce the date of their annual community Christmas Concert. The musical event will be held Sunday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m. at the Huntsville LDS Church in the cultural hall, 277 S. 7400 E., Huntsville. The musical group wishes to emphasize that the event is nondenominational, and is intended for the entire community. Admission to the concert is free. Please mark your calendars early, and plan to bring the family and attend this favorite festive annual event. Huntsville Resident Receives Injuries By Shanna Francis Ogden Valley News Staff On August 20, at about 2:30 p.m. a 69-year-old Huntsville resident was accidentally shot in the back with a shotgun near Ant Flats on Monte Cristo off of Highway 39. The accident occurred during a bird-hunting trip after a member of the hunting party stepped outside of the party’s vehicle, then climbed back into the rear seat to determine why the gun had not discharged after trying to hit a target. The gun then discharged accidentally, with the steel shot traveling through the front seat into the victim’s lower right back area. A member of the party was able to call for help on a cell phone. Dispatch contacted Sergeant Ryon Hadley, who happened to be only about a mile from the scene of the accident. Sergeant Hadley arrived within minutes. An Air Med transport helicopter was called in. Emergency personnel from the Eden Fire Station also arrived at the scene. The victim was transported to McKay Dee Hospital via helicopter. As of September 21, the victim was in stable condition. AT T EN T I ON ALL M OTORI ST S who drive the North Ogden Divide!! Due to numerous complaints and safety concerns, Deputies will be patrolling the Divide. “Especially before and after school.” Remember the speed limit is 30 mph and there is no passing on the Divide. FOR R COM MMISSIONER R Paid for by Robert Fuller Campaign.