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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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JUNE 9, PAGE 2 1995 As a member of Accounting. the Alpha Chi Honor Society, she wore blue and green cords which are given to scholars who hold academic standing in the top 10 of upper e students. division, She and husband, Kerry Sherwood, are both employed by The are Circle Four Farms. expecting their first child in August. Parents are Richard and Phyllis Mayer. Grandparents are Russell & Mary Mayer and Ken & Maxine Barton. Congratulations, S.U.C. Grads! Melissa Domae Rose received a HS in Elementary Education with a Kindergarten Endorsement. She also has a Minor in Business. Melissa plans to work locally. Leanne Y. ". Skougaard graduated u ' t' , - A. . i honors Management. She is currently employed as Animal Health and Home and Garden Specialist at Intermountain Farmers in St. George. Mary Lea Thomas received a BS in Mathematical ScienceScience. Geana (Kelly) Rose Davis received a BS in Klementary liducation with an Jiarly Childhtxid Development Endorsement. to receive an Associate IX'gree in Nursing from Weber State University, S. U. U. and Dixie College. A. Mitchell Bealer earned a Master The closing meeting was Degree in Secondary liducation. Belinda Sue Jaggi and Sham Jaggihlh received Degrees from S. II. W. She graduated Sum ma Cum I.wide with a BS in Elementary liducation. He graduated Manna Cum Imule with a BS in Physical liducation. mmmJt fir Heather Marie Sherwood Heather received Outstanding Student Award in Accounting from the College of Business, presented at the Souther Utah University Academic Awards Convocation May 25, 1995. This award is given to the student who performs at the highest level of their academic abilities, demonstrating superior scholarship and remarkable potential in a particular academic , discipline. She completed schooling in the winter quarter and graduated "Summa Cum Uude" with a BS in l Budget 11 held June 5, 1995 attheE.MT. Trailer. After a pot luck dinner, vc instilled next year's officers. The 1995-9- 6 officers will be: President - Wilna Swain . V. P. - Mary Wiseman Sec. - Mary Sower Treas. Debbie Wunderlich Historian - Pat Rimpau A short meeting followed to plan the calendar for next year. Those in attendance were Wilna Swain, Man Wiseman, Arlcnc Malchus, Pat Rimpau, Betty Jimenez, Veda Cox, Debbie Wunderlich, Sherri Yardley and Mary Sower. We would like to thank our past officers for the great job they did this past year, Window Cleaning Hard Water Removal r Commercial & Residential Call TED At 387-21- for fret Estimate One Need Extra Cash For Summertime Expenses? fIall Tl f . ,SlS3tfe f The Agent is All specific can provide code or rule reference, good and cost estimates, specific recornrnendations as to how to solve the problems created, the feedback will be most helpful. ; If you have any questions, or would like to submit mandates for UACIR's consideration but An insurance piotaioiul who vow family. One agent to handle your total insurance projram-A- uio. Home, farm. Crop. Bwinew and life. ram about ' Mark S. Whitney v Agent . - Southern Utah Federal Credit Union lntergovernmentel Relations,' 116 State Capitol Salt Lake City, Utah 84114(801)538-135- ' 538-154- MILFORD CEDAR CITY nfiTlsriRL PRRrnEns union v on Hearings for Local Officials: Tuesday, June 27, 7:00-9:0- 0 p m. Cedar City Council Room, HON. Main Street Mandates HI Fax (801) 6. 7. Regional (801)387-242- 2 HURRICANE If you cannot attend a Tiearing. please write or call: Wayne Parker, Executive Director, Council Utah Advisory on Don't delay. We have money available and ST. GEORGE more feedback, the better. ofTer fast, friendly and confidential service. Milford, Utah 84751 Or governments. Last UACIR year. conducted tw o public meetings in Salt Lake City, inviting local officials from around the state to submit specific state and federal mandates for the council's consideration. This year, in an effort to more participation in even promote the process, the Council will be holding a series of seven such meetings around the state during the months of May and June. Each meeting will involve UACIR members, staff, legislators, and representatives of the Governor's Office, in an effort to get feedback from local officials on mandates that are particularly difficult or expensive to meet and administer. You Really Need Vacations Car Expenses Medical Bills Help for Friends or Relatives Home Improvements New Furniture Sports Equipment School Expenses i JHJORJLOFFICE Off budget, manpower and time? Well, someone is listening. The Utah Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Relations (UAC1R) is holding a series of meetings around the state on the topic of state and federal mandates. And UACIR wants to hear from you. UACIR is a state advisory council with representatives from cities and counties, the state legislature, the executive branch of state government and the general public. The council is charged with the studying and improving relationships between and among local, state and federal governments in Utah. Governor Leavitt has given UACIR a challenge to take the lead in the effort to identify and, where possible, eliminate state and mandates on local federal By Mary Sower . Expenses can grow during the summer and if you can use extra cash, please call or stop in. Let us know how much you need, give us a short time to complete the details and, upon approval, the money will be waiting when you stop in. M As a local official, have you always wished someone was listening wnen you "sounded off' about the demands of the state and federal on your governments BPW of Accountancy Mike Swanson earned a Masters Kathleen Hanley Rose earned a BS in Sociology . She is employed as a drug and alcohol councilor at SouthWest Mental Health. Robert Lynn Langston received a BSm Physical Eiducalion. Me w ill be the football coach at Milford High School next year. Angela Michelle Hardy received a BS in Physical Education. To full-tim- w ith a US in Elementary Education. Rebecca Baxter graduated with Kristen .. Kaufman Kristcn graduated from Southern Utah University with a of Bachelors Interdisciplinary Studies, majoring in Agricultural Science and Industries with an emphasis in Agribusiness. She has an Associate Degree in Applied Office Business and Science How's Your Chance.