Volume XV Issue XIII The Ogden Valley news Page 5 June 15, 2008 Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo Ticket Sales & National Kid’s Safety Poster Contest Winners Announced On May 28, 2008, safety message, illustrating the impor“Muttin Bustin” Registration Begins June 21 the National Ski Areas tance of having a planned strategy before The 74 th Annual Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo, nominated “Best Rodeo in America,” will begin five nights of festivities on Saturday, July 19. Tickets for all nights will be available for purchase starting at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 21. general admission tickets can be purchased online at smithstix.com; the Ogden Pioneer Days Office at 1810 Washington Blvd, Ogden; Smith and Edwards at 3936 N. Highway 126, Farr West; Reams at 1040 N. Main, Layton; and Hill AFB Ticket and Tours office at 5731 East Avenue Bldg. 460, HAFB. Prices vary from $10/general admission to $30/ reserved box seating on July 24. Reserved box seats must be purchased at the Ogden Pioneer Day Offices. “Muttin Bustin”, steer riding, and mini bareback riding sign ups also start June 21 at 9:00 a.m. at the Ogden Pioneer Days Office, and Smith and Edwards. The Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo is being held July 19, 21, 22, 23 and 24, and will host the top 15 cowboys and top 32 animals in this year’s events. July 24 will be an especially exciting night with fireworks and the crowning of Miss Rodeo Utah. The Ogden Pioneer Day Rodeo is also proud to feature the number one Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association “Clown of the Year” Keith Isley to entertain the audience. Returning once again to announce the events will be Roger Mooney. Mooney announces over 45 rodeos per year and has been nominated as “Professional Rodeo Announcer of the Year.” Pre-Rodeo Entertainment will include live music, “muttin bustin”, steer riding, mini bareback riding, and sky diving. Join in celebrating Utah’s History at this year’s Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo. Valley Resident Jennifer Burns Hosts “Cooking Delight” Show on KJZZ Starting June 28 KJZZ-TV will air “Cooking Delight,” a television show with host Jennifer Burns. The show concept is “a party in the kitchen,” a high-energy original program featuring a variety of themes, original recipes, celebrity guests, live musicians, and different artists. The program promotes cooking in a fun atmosphere, encouraging viewers to “To Be an Artist in Their Kitchen!” Jennifer Burns, an Ogden Valley resident, enjoys sharing her love of cooking without living by the “rules” of a recipe. Jennifer has been doing cooking demonstrations across Utah and California with the “Cooking Delight” concept. Additionally, she has written a cookbook featuring all original recipes, including 40 original pieces of art and a music CD keeping with the theme, encouraging people to “make the recipes their own.” “The essence of “Cooking Delight” is to inspire others to become more creative while cooking with their family and friends, and to have more fun in their kitchens,” said Burns. “Everyone can relate to food, music, and art on some level and by having those elements in the “Cooking Delight” kitchen, I hope people view preparing a dish more as an art form. I want everyone that cooks to leave the kitchen being more creatively fulfilled. We will also have a variety of guests that will entertain both men and women.” The “Cooking Delight” show will air weekends on KJZZ-14 and will tape weekly at the KJZZ studio in Salt Lake City. The show airs Saturday afternoon at 4:00 and Sunday afternoon at 2:00. It will include a live studio audience Jennifer Burns and celebrity guests from sports, TV, film, and music. For more information, visit www.KJZZ.com or <www.CookingDelight.tv> You can view a 3-minute video of the show online. “Jennifer’s knowledge and enthusiasm for food, art, and music, along with her vivacious personality, is contagious,” said Dean Paynter, Director of Program Development, KJZZ-TV. “We recognized immediately that our viewers would really connect with her and enjoy her style of cooking demonstration and her ability to relate to people. Her energy is non-stop and you have fun watching and listening to her.” Jennifer will also make regular guest appearances on KJZZ-TV’s morning shows, including KJZZ Café and the soon to air women’s morning show the “Home Team.” “Cooking Delight” will cross-promote in Megaplex Theaters pre-feature entertainment content. The inaugural “Cooking Delight” show is set to air Saturday, June 28. Association (NSAA) using terrain park features. Lynzi, who announced the winners of the ninth annual learned to ski when she was five, now National Kid’s Safety Poster Contest. The skis about ten days each season, and she 2007/08 winners were Lynzi Deeter, 11, says next season, she wants to learn how representing Snowbasin, Utah; and Larkin to snowboard. Meanwhile Larkin, who Armbruster, 9, reprereceived the award for senting Vail Mountain, “Most Creative Safety Colorado. For their Message” for her poster efforts, Lynzi and featuring the message Larkin each received a “Have Faith, Ski Safe” Pro-Tec helmet. has been skiing since The annual contest is she was 18 months old, part of NSAA’s HEADS and is a member of Ski UP safety initiative. The and Snowboard Club contest targets fourth, Vail. She says that she fifth, and sixth graders, loves skiing moguls, but any elementary-age and averages 45 days on Lynzi Deeter’s winning poster. child can participate. the slopes each season. This year hundreds of children created posters Both winning posters were on disat ski areas across the country. The students play at the NSAA National Convention are asked to create a poster related to any one and Tradeshow held at the Hilton in San of the seven points of the Your Responsibility Francisco, California, and will be published Code, or one of the three points of the Smart in the August issue of the NSAA Journal. Style terrain park safety initiative. For more information on the Kids’ Lynzi’s poster was recognized as the Safety Poster Contest or other NSAA safe“Best Overall Safety Message.” Her poster ty initiatives and resources, visit the Safety emphasized the Make a Plan Smart Style & Education section of <www.nsaa.org> A health fair sponsored by Wolf Creek Utah and Intermountain Health Care was held on May 29 in the Pineview Lodge. Pictured left to right are Nate Zeleznick of MP USA, Cindy Beger of Wolf Mountain, Heather Campbell, Amory Iverson, and Ashley Chugg of Wolf Creek Resort, Lorrie Harper of Zenergy Bodyworks, and Mike Zeleznick of MP USA. Snowbasin Summer for Kids wOrking parents -- Provide your child with a TGIF treat to have a change of pace and fun in the mountains, in fact, schedule them every Friday! recreating parents -- Take part in the outdoor activities and ensure your kids are taking part too! Enjoy the Sunday afternoon concerts while your kids are making their own concerts. Creative activities for children to explore and discover nature in a beautiful mountain environment. Enjoy your day in the ourdoors knowing that your child is in a beautiful, caring, state licensed facility offering organized activities along with fun play time. 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