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Education Fifth re-crea- "Learn what's right, always choose what's right, then do what's right," is the motto of Melinda Norman, this week's Pioneer Profile. She is the daughter of Laurie and Steven Norman of Lehi. te pioneer trek By Julie Loveridge A paved city street may have substituted for a dirt trail choked with weeds, and comfortable athletic shoes took the place e of thin leather boots, but students at Lehi's Sego lily Elementary still got a small taste last Wednesday of what life was like nearly 150 years ago for settler's pushing west. As part of their United States Social Studies unit on Westward Expansion, students of Marianne Dubois and Jan Rymer donned home sewn bonnets and pulled handcarts nearly three miles uphill to an outdoor ren- I fifth-grad- Melinda is an organized, per- sonable, and senior. She currently serves as vice president of the National Honor Society, is an active member of Encore Choir, volunteers as a student aide at Meadow Elementary, and serves as a member of the seminary council. She has also been a member of the drill team and the junior goal-oriente- dezvous. When they arrived would have played. Students learned square dancing from Kay Stone, and under the direction of Allen Parker, were treated to Dutch Oven cooking. According to teacher Mary Photo by Julie Loveridge Henrie, there were over 20 parents who volunteered time and talents in assisting the rendezvous. Mother's cut out and sewed bonnets, and parents helped with the cooking. Unlike the original settlers, Fifth grade students at Lehi Elementary teacher David For the Reflections contest this year, Lehi Junior High School students have an oppor- tunity to participate in three new categories. As part of a pilot program just in Utah, local students in judged on the national level, enter may choreographydance, filmvideo but may go on to the state and theater, as well as the level. literaThe theme for this year is standard categories ture, musical composition, pho- "Suddenly You Turn Around tography and visual arts. The. and..." Entry forms and official new categories will not be rules may be picked up at the office of Lehi Junior High Zachary Cooper promoted to lance corporal with Marines Marine Lance Cpl. Zachary S. Cooper, son of Richard L. and Raylynne Cooper of American Fork, recently was promoted to his present rank while serving with Marine Aviation Logistics Station, Miramar, San Diego. Cooper was promoted based on sustained superior job performance and proficiency in his designated specialty. The 1996 graduate of Lehi School. on Nov. 2. Statistics show that students who studied the arts for more than four years scored 9 points higher on the SAT scores than students who had no arts instruction. 44-5- We're the ) ( rti ilium Rich Davis ' ... hi 1 rjhfv I , ' If ' n Choir concert to feature music, dance The music department of Lehi High School will present a concert on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Music will be furnished by the Lehi Concert Choir, Lehi Singers, Madrigals, and Encore Show Choir, under the direction of Manu Harris, as well as the Eaglecrest Elementary Choir, directed by Rebecca and Jim Carter. For those participating in the Junior Encore choir, rehearsals will be held on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 15 and 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. each day, and on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 9 a.m. until noon. Farley-Jone- s, i - .. . Deer Widows Weekend Friday 10 - 10 Surprise Sales Saturday 10-- 6 All Paper 10 OFF already low prices Over 1,000 different papers including KMA Next to Gold's Gym in South Town Lindon 139 S. 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WIIJU1WUUI1J Locally Owned With over $140 million : study insects, plants, crystals, cloth and paper. At right, students examine the d family physician, has joined the medical staff at k ' Zina. Mrs.Traver and Mr. Knutsen assisted the students with microscopes to American Fork Hospital. Her practice focuses on primary $0 Down programs Jumbo loans Mobile & manufactured Quick Turn Around sx mother, Kay, and rocks from his wife, board-certifie- Purchase or refinance New construction Emporium Gift Shop. Melinda's future ambitions are to graduate from college with a degree in elementary education, marry in the temple, and have a loving and caring family. the Garden about native plants and grasses from his Dianne Mortgage Banker in Utah County Ul v 4 ftfsjrX: intrdducin Let First Colony Take You Home :: Cox, Sax-to- n Entries are due by 3:30 p.m. tW where they learned about trees and leaves from him, "I announces Reflections contest English Merit awards and has been listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students for the past three years. She has taken several advanced classes, including A. P. English Language and Composition, while maintaining a 4.0 grade point average. Active in the Lehi 14th Ward, Melinda currently serves as Laurel class president. She has also participated in ward service projects and she has earned the Young Women's Recognition award. Leisure time activities for Melinda include, playing piano and violin, dancing, reading singing, traveling, collecting porcelain dolls, and participating in sports. She also works part time at Thanksgiving Point in went to the home of non-cred- it 222-897- 1. Melinda has received the Hope of America and National in back yard.. off-si- te Non-cred- it high newspaper staff your own however, the student trekers received a police escort from the Lehi Police Department, assuring their safety. It was a great opportunity, said Henrie, for students to learn first hand what it would have been like to cross the plains Utah Valley State College to make it convenient for every has hired Wayne Mangelson to person who wishes to receive a direct the school's college degree, take college instructional services. degree required courses, or who The post includes credit and want to enroll in professional or course schedules, life enrichment learning expeand riences. professional meetings other services at the North Val"The Education Centers are ley Education Center in Americonveniently located, easily can Fork, along with the Uni- accessible, offer flexible schedversity Mall, Orem High ules and relaxed learning enviSchool, and Spanish Fork High ronments." School sites. Credit courses are offered am pleased to become a year around at the centers and administration and are taught by faculty from or parijf the faculty team at Utah Valley approved by Utah Valley State state Csllege and its School of College. Continuing Education," said They teach them on site or Wayne Mangelson Mangelson. through interactive videoTV "One of my goals will be to from the main UVSC campus. catalog of fall community eduinsure that every adult in Utah courses provide cation courses to area resiValley is aware of Utah Valley learning opportunities for life dents. Those who wish a copy of EduState College's enrichment and professional the catalog or a list of the credcation Centers and the services development. it courses may call the center at The college recently mailed a they offer. We are determined d Science Graders get a taste of what it may have felt like Sego to be one of the West's early settlers in an all day activity last Wednesday that included a handcart trek, mountain man demonstrations, dancing and pioneer-typ- e games. Lily Fifth Wayne Mangelson to head programs for Utah Valley State College Jr. High Free Press New Utah! - Page 7 Wednesday, October 14, 1998 Melinda Norman: learn, choose, do right' graders at their destination, they were greeted by mountain man enthusiast Jerald Wardle who taught them about explorers, trappers, and mountain men. 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