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THE Page 4 OGDEN VALLEY NEWS December that time. dance. helsea is a sixth grader at St. Joseph’s Catholic School and is the daughter of Cynthia and Tom Keefer. Abbie Rasmussen of Eden will perform in Ballet West’s The Nutcracker at the Capitol Theater in Salt Lake City December 9 through December 14. She is the trumpeter, which is the lead role of the blue sole trumpeter spends most of the time on stage beside the nutcracker as the soldiers fight the mice. Abbie’s parents state, “Abbie loves to perform and her goal is to be a professional ballerina someday. She has been dancing since she was three years old.” Chelsea Keefer 1, 2004 Coldwell Banker is accepting donations of nonperishable food for the Utah Food Bank. They are also accepting donations of new unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots. You can drop off donations at the Coldwell Banker office in Eden anytime before December 20. In appreciation or our clients, friends, and neighbors, we are also hosting an open house December 14. Please stop by so we can express our thanks with drinks and hors d’ oeuvres. Thank you for your contributions. or more information call 745-8800. Wolf Creek Resort to Host Winter Fashion Show Connie Kenny, Merchandise Coordinator and “Queen of Fun” for Wolf Creek Resort is excited to announce a “Sneak Peeks & Sweet Treats” event to be held on Saturday, December 11 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Locals and visitors are invited to come on up to the Wolf Creek Golf and Gift Shoppe for the Apres Ski Fashion Show and “Food Fest.” Local models will be decked out in all the hottest new winter fashions and accessories, including Obermeye’s distinctive line o reversible ski sweaters, Sporthill fashions, and beautiful Icelandic sweaters for the whole family. Complimentary desserts prepared by Chef Christy Brand will be offered, and patrons will have the opportunity to browse through the many unique gift items available in the Golf and Gift Shoppe. Connie commented, “This line of winter clothing is amazing, and we want to give the local community a chance to do their holiday shopping before the skiers arrive and snatch up the inventory. e are Obermeyer’s Northern Utah dealer, and the reversible sweaters in this year’s line are an incredible value. Free gift-wrapping will be also be offered so don’t miss this great chance to do some holiday shopping and to have some fun!” Connie Kenny, Wolf Creek's Merchandise Coordinator, poses with 'Marvin the Moose.' Wolf Creek Resort is located at 3900 N. Wolf Creek Drive on the road to Powder Mountain. For more information, call (801) 745-3737 or visit <www.wolfcreekresort.com> “Movers and Shakers” Music Program Announced @ Your Library Abbie Rasmussen bbie now devotes four days per week to 1% hour ballet classes at the Ballet West Academy in Salt Lake City in addition to rehearsal time for the Christmas ballet, which began shortly after auditions in September. Abbie says, “I don’t mind. I just love to ance!” Abbie is a seventh grader at Snowcest Junior High, and is the daughter of Peter and Lisa Rasmussen. Tickets can be purchased for Ogden’s performances of The Nutcracker through the Ogden Symphony Ballet or by calling 1800355-ARTS for performances at the Capitol Theater. Qa. helsea’s mother states, “As you can imagine, this year’s audition was met with much anticipation, her third year auditioning for the coveted role of Clara. She gave the audition her best yet and she walked out with a self-assured smile—she’d finally done it she would be Clara. She never a such wonderful things would come her way. . . it is truly a dream come true.” Ballet West also selected Chelsea for promotional work, including a photo shoot for press releases, a commercial airing on Channel 5, and her pichure « on several UTA busses—perseverance pays Chelsea will perform a the Browning Center in d November 26 and November 27 along with the Opening Weekend performances at the Capitol Theater December 3 and December 4. Additionally, on December 4, the Capitol Theater will host a Sugar Plum Party where cast members come out on stage after the matinee and visit with the audience, which is great experience for the children in atten- Issue IV Coldwell Banker Collecting Food and Toy Donations Area Students to Perform in Ballet West’s “The Nutcracker” Chelsea Keefer of Huntsville will perform the role of Clara in the Ballet West 2004 production of The Nutcracker. This is Chelsea’s fourth year in the Nutcracker. She has previously been cast as the Tumbling Buffoon, Party Girl, and Soldier. In 2002 and 2003, Chelsea was selected to audition for the role of Clara although was not selected at Volume XI very Monday the Ogden Valley Branch en will be offering a new pilot music program in seven-week intervals in conjunction with its current “Discovery Time.” “Movers and Shakers” will be held Monday mornings at 11:30a Movers and Shakers i is designed to introduce infants and toddlers to the amazing world of music. All children from infancy through five years old and their caregivers are invited to participate in lively singalongs, and jam out on instruments—all while learning the basics of rhythm, pitch, tempo, and good old movin’ and shakin’ Burton recently received cettification and training through the nationally acclaimed Music Together rogram, andis looking forward to sharing her knowledge, and instilling a love of music in all patrons involve All Movers and Shakers programs are mornings after Discovery Time craft/activity sessions at 11:30 a.m For more information call 745- 2220. Eur as in Europe; where the tradition is that of better design, engineering, fabrication, and craftsmanship. Omni as in Omniscient: having infinite awareness, understanding, and insights. (Encompass design, construction, finish.) 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