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vwexeevt “THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 5 February 1, 2005 Tickets on Sale to Raise Money for Snowcrest Music Program The Snowcrest Music Program has been given an opportunity to earn money for music, accessories, and repair of instruments. Marie Ogden, principle violist for the West Valley Symphony, is selling tickets for the symphony’s Valentine Concert that is being held February 19 at 8:00 p.m The concert will be held at Granger High School, 3690 S. 3600 W., Granger. Marie is also the 5th and 6th grade orchestra teacher at Valley Elementary. Tickets for the concert are $5.00 per onal For every ticket sold through Mrs. Ogden, $2.00 will benefit the Snowcrest Music Prograr For more information, or to purchase deksts, call Marie at 745-2081. Jacob Lewis Wins Jacob Lewis, a second grader in Mrs. Facer’s class at Valley Elementary won First Place Saturday, January 22 at the Barefoot gymnastics Invitational in St. George, Utah. peted in six categories, including parallel bars, pommel horse, vault, floor routine, rings, and high bar. He earned the highest combined score thus placing him in the first place position in the 7 to 8 year old category. “Tm not used to how these meets are scored, so I was totally caught by surprise when they announced Jacob’s name. I screamed and jumped up cheering,” said his mom, Melissa Lewis. “There were only three boys from our gym out of over 50 competitors so I think our family’s surprised and First Place Title enthusiastic cheers Cc: around us. We are all so proud.” Jacob has been taking gymnastics Elite Gymnastics n Ogden since he was three years old and joined the campetven team ovember. Jacob Lewis ives a This was his third salute after being meet. awarded ribbons. Jacob is son of John and Melissa Lewis of Eden. Through the Fire: The Pottery of Monica Linford @ the Ogden Valley Branch Library é A new exhibition featuring the pottery of Monica Linford will open on Friday, January 29 at the Weber County Library’s Ogden Valley Branch, 131 S. 7400 E.Huntsville. Monica Linford| and has been working in clay since 1984. She has studied art at the University of Utah, Cerro Coso Community College in California, and Weber State University. Linford is a very busy mother of five boys and four girls, ranging from 18 eee to 20 years old. She has been married22 years, and lives and has her studio in a century-old Victorian house in Ogden, Utah. Though managing the affairs of a large family keeps Linford extraordinarily busy, she is mitted to making time for artistic aeaeinity She says it is an anchor for her sense of identity in a life where it would be easy to lose touch with herself. “Working with clay gives me an opportunity to explore beauty and c ativity in profound ways. In the creative process, and in the daily use of favorite objects made with my own hands, I feel a sense of peace and contentment. As I begin to create, by centering clay on the wheel, I experience a calming centeredness of spirit that is invaluable to me in this fast-paced, often difficult, human Working with clay on the wheel experience. gives me time to meditate, clear my mind, and draw near to God. enjoy sharing my creations with “people; it ives me a sense of community and connectedness to other human beings.” Linford creates wheel-thrown and slab-built stoneware and porcelain pieces. Each piece takes about three weeks to go through the entire creative process. Making many of her own glazes, and firing each piece twice to about 2,100 degrees Fahrenheit, Monica makes beautiful, lead-free, microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe pieces designed for every-day use. Through the Fire: The Pottery of Monica Linford will be on display in the Lorna Wattis Swason Gallery of the Ogden yey Branch from January 29 through March| more information about ti upcoming exhibition please contact Sarah at 745-2220. Local Art Gallery in the Spotlight at the Weber County Library’s Ogden Valley Branch A representational collection of pieces from Gallery 25 will be on display in the Lorna Wattis Swanson Gallery of the Ogden Valley Branch Library in Huntsvil In September of 2002, nine Utah artists who shared a need for a place to show and sell their work, as well as a passion for art in general, pooled their resources and opened Gallery 25 in the 100 block of Ogden’s Historic 25th Street. Besides being a place where art can be purchased directly from the artist, Gallery 25 has become a gathering place for artists and members of the community interested in art. Gallery 25 is a cooperative venture among several northern Utah Artists, both GALLERY Mr. Dick Andrew from Lagoon Marketing Speaks at Valley Elementary’s Science Fair! Sixth Grade Student Reporter Valley Elementary’s guest speaker Mr. Andrew exclaimed, “These projects are so impressive! Each presentation is practical, interesting, and very professional! The students are inquiring about things that all of us want to know about. I have always worried about the effects on my body of certain carbonated beverages. One display helps me rest easier. After all, if a plant will thrive on that soda pop, Congratulations to those students whose science fair projects were selected to go on to the Weber School District Science and Engineering Fair at Weber State University, February 10. All The students conversed so a. about their projects. This was just outstanding. Mr. Andrew with students. Mr Dick Andrew Mr. Andrew went on to tell the students about how Lagoon’s attractions are replete with science concepts. Lagoon tests water in the water park every hour. Science through physics, engineering, technology, and many other avenues is very importantat Lagoon. And the newest ride, The Bat? You have to ride it to experience the G forces! of the 6th grade did an awesome job! These students are going on to the fair: Heidi Satterthwaite, Zack Markham, Shaun Pladas, Sam Nobles, Shannon Fallon, Alaina Hunter, Tyler Ingram, Rachel Kilgore, Claire Tanner, Curtis Child, Tyson Chambers, Jarrett Iverson, Nathan Palmer, Katie Weight, Starr Lewis, Taylor Smith, Allie LaSalle, Nicole Tisdale, Hunter Karling, Connor Judge, Ryan Lund, Kelsey James, Cass Bindrup, Stephen Baker, Mike McColley, Meagan Truett, Jaine Montgomery, Paige Montgomery, Rose Storey, Emilie Palmer, Ben Palmer, Shannon Drysdale, Marne’ Pack, Amber Brady, Mack Jenkins, Preston Holley, James Maurer, Allon Echols, Audrey Compas, Shandy Rigby, Cory Hart, Allen Dickson, Cara Basset, Victoria Tawzer, Jesee Ferguson, Aubree Jones, and Gage Taylor. Dick Andrew from Lagoon Marketing talks to students at Valley Elementary’s Science Fair. Celeste C. 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