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" " , V Lehi Living "'"wn" '"VV,"1 . , n " 1 tr Jayson Harvey, Canda Christiansen , "V I T" T "w"'m Z K I 1 V s .T Utah! (Lehi Edition) - Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1998 - Page 5 mmmm . . Kristy Fox, Larry Kirk Candyce Fox, Jason Franklin Canda Christiansen to be Kristy Fox, Larry Kirk to wed to Jayson Harvey marry in temple rites Candyce Fox to marry Jason Franklin Saturday Canda Christiansen and Jayson Harvey have chosen to marry on Saturday, Aug. 15 at 2 p.m., in the Water Gardens at Thanksgiving Point. A party for close friends and family will be held immediately following the Calvin and Kathy Fox, of are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Candyce, to Jason Franklin, son of Larry and Carolyn Franklin of Vidor, Texas. The couple will be married Saturday, Aug 15, in the Mount Timpanogos LDS Temple. A garden reception will be held that evening from 6 to 8 at the home of Brent and Nikki Larsen, 217 S. 540 East., Lehi. Family and friends are invited. . ceremony. All friends and family are cordially invited to attend a reception held in their honor that same evening from 7 to 9. e is the daughThe ter of Cherry Dean Smith and Jay and Joan Christiansen, all of Lehi. She is currently worke home health ing as a aide for Applegate. She also e works as a secretary for The DMH Real Estate Group of Lehi. bride-to-b- part-tim- part-tim- The prospective groom is the son of Jerry and Jenette Harvey of Lehi. Jayson is currently working towards his electrical apprenticeship with G.W. Electric of Salt Lake City. Attending the bride will be Alyson Jonsson, with Jennifer Christiansen and Dana Harvey as bridesmaids. The best man duties will be performed by Jake Harvey, with Jacy Christiansen and JD Luke serving as groomsmen. Flower, girls will be Jocelyn and Meagan Christiansen. Brock and Brodi Smith will be the ring bearers. On this day they will be remembering Canda's grandpa, Ned Christiansen. Calvin and Kathy Fox, of Lehi, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kristy, to Larry Kirk, son of Charles and Doris Kirk of ate of Lehi High School and LDS She is Seminary. employed at Greenwood's Elderly Care in Lehi. The groom graduated from Gainesville High School and LDS Seminary in Gainesville, MO. He served in the Buenos Aires Argentina North and the Provo, Utah LDS Missions. He is attending Lemar University in Beaumont, Texas, studying Vidor, Texas. The couple will be married Saturday, Aug 15, in the Mount Timpanogos LDS Temple. A garden reception will be held that evening from 6 to 8 at the home of Brent and Nikki Larsen, 217 S. 540 East., Lehi. psychology. The couple will make their first home in Vidor, Texas. Family and friends are invited. e is a gradu The bride-to-b- The bride is a graduate of Lehi High School and LDS Seminary. She is employed at Larsen's Nursing Home in Lehi. The prospective groom graduated from Vidor High School and LDS Seminary in Vidor, Texas.. He served in the Rome Italy LDS Mission. He graduated from BYU in chemistry and is continuing his education at Texas A & M University. They will make their first home in Byran, Texas. Day trip to Wendover planned Friday, Aug. 14 Wendover trip A day trip to Wendover is scheduled for Friday, 14. The bus will depart the center at 7:30 a.m. and will leave Wendover at 5:30 p.m. Because this is a senior center trip, on the bus, there will be no charge. However, no free amenities at the casinos will be offered. Bingo and treats on the bus. announces registration, fee payment schedule" Aug. LHS the trip will be $135 per double-- - son, per- occupancy. Call . the center to make reservations. city-own- With the first day of school All fees must be paid in full approaching, Lehi no later than Dec. 1, 1998. Back to School Night will be High School officials have made the following announceheld on Wednesday, Aug. 19 ments regarding registration from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and school and fee payments. will being Monday, Aug. 24 at . 7:45 a.m. Registration for new students will be held this week Students must present proof from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Class of having had a second MMR changes may also be made dur- immunization prior to being ing this time, provided the stu- allowed to register or pay fees dent brings a parental permis- for school. sion slip and $5 for each Any student who has not received the booster shot may change. Class changes may also be receive one at the Utah County made on the first two days of clinic, which is held at 321 E. school, Monday and Tuesday, 300 North, 1, American Fork Aug. 24 and 25; all changes on Mondays from 5 to 7 p.m., or after that time will, be made Friday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Yearbook pictures will be only by approval of the princitaken at the same time as fees pal. Students or parents may are collected. There is no pay the fees for the school year charge for the taking of the picon Tuesday, Aug. 18 from 7:30 ture, which will be used in the a.m. until 2 p.m.; on yearbook and on the activity Wednesday, Aug. 19 from noon card. until 8 p.m.; and on Thursday, Any property unclaimed Aug. 20 from 7:30 a.m. until 2 from the previous school year must be claimed no later than p.m. Fees may be paid by check, Sept. 1, 1998; all items left cash or credit card. For those unclaimed will then become the property of Alpine School who need special payment arrangements, parents should District. Next year, property will only consult with assistant princibe kept until Aug. 1, 1999. pal Richard Schuif. rapidly South Dakota trip six night trip A seven-dato the Black Hills to see the famous Passion Play is scheduled for Aug. Cost for the trip is $508 per person, based on double occupancy. Seats are filling fast, so anyone interested in participating should make reservations as soon as possible. Money must be in ASAP. y, 22-2- 8. Vernal Temple trip Seniors may participate in an excursion to complete a session at the Vernal LDS Temple on Friday, Sept. 11. There is no charge except for lunch on your own. The buss will leave the Senior Center at 7 a.m., and return at 5 p.m. Tuacahn trip Seniors can enjoy a three-- 4 to trip Mesquite, Nev. and Southern Utah as part of a trip to Tuacahn on Oct. where they will enjoy the show "How the West Was Won." Cost for day, two-nig- ht 7-- 9, Hearing clinic The free monthly hearing clinic, administered by audiol-ogiBrent Fox, will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 26 from 1 1 a.m. until 1 p.m. No appoint- st ment is necessary. Volunteers needed Two volunteers are needed at the center, one on Monday and one on Tuesday. For more information, call Cookie at the center, 768-716- The popular dishrags available for $1 each. Menus week: Tuesday, Aug. 18: Lasagna, Scandinavian blend vegetables, orange, white roll and sugar cookies. 19:. Wednesday, Aug. Country fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, green peas, canned pears, white roll and tapioca pudding. The Lehi Senior Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and offers activities and programs for those 60 years of age and older. Cedar Fort residents are invited to participate in the programs and meals. A nutritious meal is provided by the Mountainland Association of Governments at a suggested donation of $1.75 per person and is served daily at noon. Reservations should be made by calling the center, one day prior to attending. Transportation is available to and from the center for 50 cents. To make arrangements to be picked up, call the center, or Miryam, at least one day prior to needing a ride. The center has a treadmill and a stationary bicycle for exercise, a piano and an organ and two pool tables. Seniors may participate in cars, newspaper reading and socializing. Craft time is offered each Friday at noon. 768-716- 5, 768-716- 5, 371-929- 2, are the coming for Thursday, Aug. 13: Baked ham, au gratin potatoes, green peas, canned peaches, whole wheat roll and pumpkin cook- VIUII1 ie. REPORT reveals what the Insurance Companies do not want you to know. Is your car injured? YOU may be, too. It may be weeks, months, or even years until you experience pain, headaches, even arthritis. 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